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design for phase change thermal control and energy storage devices

William R. Humphries

design for phase change thermal control and energy storage devices

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Energy storage -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.,
  • Heat -- Transmission -- Mathematical models.,
  • Phase transformations (Statistical physics)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWilliam R. Humphries and Edwin I. Griggs.
    GenreHandbooks, manuals, etc.
    SeriesNASA technical paper ; 1074, NASA technical paper -- 1074.
    ContributionsGriggs, Edwin I., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 237 p. :
    Number of Pages237
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17818496M

    A working fluid, typically water or steam, is used to transfer the heat into and out of the MGA. However, a wick is required when the evaporator is above the condenser on earth. Thermal energy storage using ice makes use of the large heat of fusion of water. This lessened the amount of additive needed to occupy a specific volume and still allowed the mixture to be readily handled and the solids to be relatively fluid.

    This is not desired since it displaces PCM mass. The selection of PCMs with proper phase change temperature and confinement geometry was reported to be significant [ 27 ]. These applications will lead to lower carbon emissions, less dependence on foreign oil, and more energy independence. What materials are used for envelopes, wicks, and working fluids?

    The configuration of that box was from the outside in the HDPE outer container, an insulated liner made up of a vinyl like material and insulation, an electric heating element configured to fit within the system, PT 68 PCM panels, and a corrugated paper box to help hold all the elements in place. Materials for energy efficiency and thermal comfort in buildings critically reviews the advanced building materials applicable for improving the built environment. The section moves on to review thermal insulation materials, materials for heat and moisture control, and heat energy storage and passive cooling technologies. Thermal storage techniques can vary widely between regions that tend to be closer to the tropics vs.


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Design for phase change thermal control and energy storage devices book

Because of these problems and the availability of sensible heat storage systems, latent heat storage systems have not been widely used in high-temperature solar thermal energy systems. The thermal conductivity of the metal impregnated expanded graphite and activated carbon increased significantly.

The energy, exergy and life cycle cost of the system were analysed experimentally under various flow rates. They are also used for thermal control of satellites and spacecraft. Other characteristics that adversely affect design of a latent heat storage system have been summarized by Grodzka and include 1.

This could, in principle, be used to store surplus wind or PV heat due to the ability of electrical heating to reach high temperatures.

The journal publishes high-quality and high-impact Original Research Articles, Review Articles, Short Communications and Letters to the Editor on cutting-edge innovations in research, and recent advances or issues of interest to the thermal engineering community.

This simple example illustrates the reason for interest in thermochemical energy storage systems: 1. Pumped-heat electricity storage[ edit ] In pumped-heat electricity storage PHESa reversible heat-pump system is used to store energy as a temperature difference between two heat stores.

The reverse, the energy-releasing chemical reaction, seldom proceeds at room temperature. Different from the first scenario, the second scenario utilised the PCM TES units as heat exchangers for latent heat storage only.

This method did not generate any nanoparticles that would have been in the pores of the expanded graphite or activated carbon pores. Sensible heat is the type of storage currently in most common use.

Applied Thermal Engineering

Part two details the development of advanced materials and sustainable technologies for application in buildings, beginning with a review of lifecycle assessment and environmental profiling of materials.

The PVT-SAH and PCM-assisted rotary desiccant cooling systems were then further optimised to maximise its energy performance by the same authors [ 36 ] using a multilayer perceptron neural network and a genetic algorithm.

We will want to see if the two particles have any effect on each other. As such, there is very little information concerning the performance of high-temperature systems. Example topics of interest to Applied Thermal Engineering include: Components, devices and equipment such as heat exchangers, heat pipes, power generation plants, heat pumps and refrigeration plants, combined heat and power plants, advanced or alternative cycles, polygeneration, combustion as a thermal energy process and a way to transfer this energy to or within components or systems such as, for example, boilers, furnaces, internal combustion engines or gas turbinesheat transfer enhancement or suppression as applied to the above, and other unit operations involving thermal engineering processes.

Usually, the cost of rock the most common solid medium in a mixed-media storage tank is small compared to that of the oil, and this approximation is acceptable for a preliminary design.

These applications will lead to lower carbon emissions, less dependence on foreign oil, and more energy independence. When the electric heating element was turned down to avoid heating damage then it took over 10 hours to completely melt the PCM.

A series of numerical modelling and experimental studies were carried out to investigate the thermal performance of the PCM TES unit.SAE Engineering Academies provide comprehensive and immersive training experiences, helping new and re-assigned engineers become proficient and productive in a short period of time.

The Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Engineering Academy covers hybrid and electric vehicle engineering concepts, theor. Dec 01,  · His research deals with various aspects of heat and mass transfer and multiphase systems, including phase-change energy storage and thermal management, with the focus on experimental and numerical studies of solid-liquid phase change on fundamental and applied levels.

Heat exchangers are devices that transfer energy between fluids at different temperatures by heat transfer. These devices can be used widely both in daily life and industrial applications such as steam generators in thermal power plants, distillers in chemical industry, evaporators and condensers in HVAC applications and refrigeration process, heat sinks, automobile radiators and regenerators Author: Cüneyt Ezgi.

Apr 22,  · Thermal energy storage using latent heat-based phase change materials (PCM) tends to be the most effective form of thermal energy storage that can be operated for wide range of low- medium- and high-temperature applications. This chapter explains the need, desired characteristics, principle, and classification of thermal energy sylvaindez.com: G.

Raam Dheep, A. Sreekumar. Jun 23,  · Abstract. This chapter provides a comprehensive overview of the most common applications of PCMs. These include thermal management of electronics, concentrating solar power, energy storage in building materials, solar thermal heating systems, space-based applications, textile designs, heat exchangers and packed bed sylvaindez.com by: 4.

Solar energy and photovoltaic systems are growing rapidly in the renewable energy scenario. From large-scale implants to integration into portable electronics, energy from the sun is directly converted into electric power with increasing efficiency and reducing environmental impact.