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Research roundup: Crystallization of salt hydrates in polymeric foam; Glauber's salt; cetyl alcohol/HDPE composites; more

Ben Welter - Thursday, May 18, 2017

Numerical study on melt fraction during melting of phase change material inside a sphere [International Journal of Hydrogen Energy]

Crystallization of inorganic salt hydrates in polymeric foam for thermal energy storage application [Journal of Energy Storage]

Evaluating the passive and free cooling application methods of phase change materials in residential buildings: A comparative study [Energy and Buildings]

Microstructure and thermal properties of cetyl alcohol/high density polyethylene composite phase change materials with carbon fiber as shape-stabilized thermal storage materials [Applied Energy]

Screening alternatives for producing paraffinic phase change materials for thermal energy storage in buildings [International Journal of Energy Research]

Various Applications of Phase Change Materials: Thermal Energy Storing Materials [pdf] [International Journal of Emerging Research in Management]

Preparation and thermal properties of Glauber’s salt-based phase-change materials for Qinghai–Tibet Plateau solar greenhouses [International Journal of Modern Physics B]

Numerical analysis on the energy storage efficiency of phase change material embedded in finned metal foam with graded porosity [Applied Thermal Engineering]

Passive cooling potential in buildings under various climatic conditions in India [Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews]

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