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Research roundup: Octadecanol/expanded perlite; PV/T system design; macroencapsulated PCM for pavement; more

Ben Welter - Friday, August 10, 2018
From Renewable Energy:

Experimental investigation on thermal properties and thermal performance enhancement of octadecanol/expanded perlite form stable phase change materials for efficient thermal energy storage
Effect of graphite mass concentrations in a mixture of graphite nanoparticles and paraffin wax as hybrid storage materials on performances of solar still

From Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews:

A review on recent development for the design and packaging of hybrid photovoltaic/thermal (PV/T) solar systems

From Materials:

Mechanical and Thermal Performance of Macro-Encapsulated Phase Change Materials for Pavement Application

From International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer:

Heat transfer behavior of elemental sulfur for low temperature thermal energy storage applications
A novel method for determining the melting point, fusion latent heat, specific heat capacity and thermal conductivity of phase change materials
Effect of microstructure on melting in metal-foam/paraffin composite phase change materials

From Chemical Engineering Journal:

Flexible phase change materials for thermal storage and temperature control

From Construction and Building Materials:

Experimental investigation of thermal and mechanical properties of magnesium oxychloride cement with form-stable phase change material

From Solar Energy:

New insights into the corrosion mechanism between molten nitrate salts and ceramic materials for packed bed thermocline systems: A case study for steel slag and solar salt


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