Geometry and nanoparticle loading effects on the bio-based nano-PCM filled cylindrical thermal energy storage system

Volume: 141, Pages: 724 - 740
Published: Aug 1, 2018
Abstract
Dispersing highly conductive nanoparticles into a Phase Change Material (PCM) is one the effective methods to increase thermal conductivity and decrease the required time for phase change in thermal energy storage systems. The current work reports an experimental effort to investigate the detailed melting process of a nano-PCM inside a Cylindrical Thermal Energy Storage (C-TES) system. The experimental setup consists of two vertical C-TES...
Paper Details
Title
Geometry and nanoparticle loading effects on the bio-based nano-PCM filled cylindrical thermal energy storage system
Published Date
Aug 1, 2018
Volume
141
Pages
724 - 740
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