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Research roundup: Thermally modulated fiber sorbents; metamaterial-based radiative cooling; stearic–capric acid/porous nanoceramics; more

Ben Welter - Friday, January 04, 2019
From Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research:

Development of Phase-Change-Based Thermally Modulated Fiber Sorbents

From ChemistrySelect:

Preparation and Thermal Properties of 1‐Hexadecanol‐Palmitic Acid Eutectic Mixture/Activated Carbon Composite Phase Change Material for Thermal Energy Storage

From Energies:

Thermal Conductivity Enhancement of Phase Change Materials for Low-Temperature Thermal Energy Storage Applications [pdf]
Metamaterial-Based Radiative Cooling: Towards Energy-Free All-Day Cooling [pdf]

From Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews:

A review and evaluation of thermal insulation materials and methods for thermal energy storage systems

From Materials Letters:

Stearic–capric acid/porous nanoceramics as a novel form-stable composite phase change material (FSPCM) for thermal energy storage

From International Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Conference:

Analysis of TES with PCM (Solid/Liquid) Integrated in a Residential System
Experimental Study on Portable Air-Conditioning System with Enhanced PCM Condenser

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