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Research roundup: Acrylic PCM microcapsules; paraffin-water nanoemulsion; two-tank molten salt TES; more

Ben Welter - Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Non-linear system identification of a latent heat thermal energy storage system [Applied Thermal Engineering]

Tailoring of bifunctional microencapsulated phase change materials with CdS/SiO2 double-layered shell for solar photocatalysis and solar thermal energy storage [Applied Thermal Engineering]

Preparation of acrylic PCM microcapsules with dual responsivity to temperature and magnetic field changes [European Polymer Journal]

Paraffin wax–water nanoemulsion: A superior thermal energy storage medium providing higher rate of thermal energy storage per unit heat exchanger volume than water and paraffin wax [Energy Conversion and Management]

Preparation and characterization of stearic acid/polyurethane composites as dual phase change material for thermal energy storage [Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry]

Efficiency analyses of high temperature thermal energy storage systems of rocks only and rock-PCM capsule combination [Solar Energy]

Thermal performance analysis of PCM wallboards for building application based on numerical simulation [Solar Energy]

Thermal energy storage in district heating: Centralised storage vs. storage in thermal inertia of buildings [Energy Conversion and Management]

Two-tank molten salts thermal energy storage system for solar power plants at pilot plant scale: lessons learnt and recommendations for its design, start-up and operation [Renewable Energy]

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