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Research roundup: Composite of wood-plastic and microencapsulated PCM; heat transfer characteristics of alloys; more

Ben Welter - Thursday, October 13, 2016

Composite of Wood-Plastic and Micro-Encapsulated Phase Change Material (MEPCM) Used for Thermal Energy Storage [Applied Thermal Engineering]

Experimental study on phase change heat transfer characteristics of alloys [International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer]

Renewable Night Cooled Chill Water Source for Energy Efficient Indoor Radiant Cooling [International Journal of Engineering Research in Africa ]

Applied Machine Learning: Forecasting Heat Load in District Heating System [Energy and Buildings]

Melting inside a horizontal cylindrical capsule [Case Studies in Thermal Engineering]

Synthesis and thermal properties of novel sodium nitrate microcapsules for high-temperature thermal energy storage [Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells]

Natural convection in high temperature flat plate latent heat thermal energy storage systems [Applied Energy]

Experimental investigation of paraffin wax with graphene enhancement as thermal management materials for batteries [International Conference on Electronic Packaging Technology]

Conception and experimental investigation of a hybrid temperature control method using phase change material for permanent magnet synchronous motors [Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science]

Formulation of Nano and Micro-Encapsulated Phase Change Materials with a Solar-Absorbing Metamaterial Shell [Journal of Nanoelectronics and Optoelectronics]

Experimental investigations on heat content of supercooled sodium acetate trihydrate by a simple heat loss method [Solar Energy]

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