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Experimental and computational investigations of phase change thermal energy storage canisters
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Mounir Ibrahim ... [et al.].|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 107382.|
|Contributions||Ibrahim, Mounir., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
(). Numerical Analysis on a Latent Thermal Energy Storage System with Phase Change Materials and Aluminum Foam. Heat Transfer Engineering: Vol. 41, Special Issue: Selected Papers from the AIGE Conference on Energy Conversion, Management, Recovery, Saving, Storage and Renewable Systems, June , , Naples, Italy., pp. Two sets of experimental data were examined in this paper, ground and space experiments, for cylindrical canisters with thermal energy storage applications. A 2-D computational model was developed for unsteady heattransfer (conduction and radiation) with phase-change. The radiation heat transfer employed a finite volume method.
Review on air and water thermal energy storage of buildings with phase change materials. Bayesian inference of a multivariate model in a phase change situation around a cylinder in staggered arrangement. Experimental and numerical investigation of two-phase flow and mass transfer in a self-excited oscillation pulse jet pump. of energy storage, and maximizing the phase-change material thermal charge/discharge rates within the limits posed by the container structure. One key element for achieving these canister development goals is an accurate computational model of canister phase change heat transfer. An .
Experimental Investigation of Encapsulated Phase Change Materials for Thermal Energy Storage by Tanvir E Alam A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Department of Mechanical Engineering College of Engineering University of South Florida Co-Major Professor: D. Yogi Goswami, Ph.D. Thermal energy storage (TES) relates to any form of storage of heat or cold, with the aim of utilizing it at a later point of time. Using phase change materials (PCMs) as storage medium, TES is.
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A computational model of the transient thermal response of a packed bed of spheres containing a phase‐change material (PCM) is presented. A one‐dimensional separate phases formulation is used to develop a numerical analysis of the dynamic response of the bed which is subject to the flow of a heat transfer fluid, for arbitrary initial conditions and inlet fluid temperature temporal by: Two sets of experimental data for cylindrical canisters with thermal energy storage applications were examined in this paper: 1) Ground Experiments and 2) Space Experiments.
A 2-D computational model was developed for unsteady heat transfer (conduction and radiation) with phase-change. The radiation heat transfer employed a finite volume by: Ibrahim M, Kerslake T, Sokolov P, et al. Experimental and computational investigations of phase change thermal energy storage canisters.
ASME Journal of Solar Energy Engineering;(4)  Gui X, Song X, Nie B. Thermal analysis of void cavity for heat pipe receiver under microgravity. Journal of Thermal Science, ; 26(2) Cited by: 1. An experimental and computational investigation of a thermal storage system based on a phase change material: Heat transfer and performance characterization.
This study concerns experimental evaluation of heat transfer during energy storage and release for the phase change of paraffin wax in spherical shells. Measurements are made using air as the heat transfer fluid (HTF), copper spheres with diameters of 2, 3, 4, and 6 by: The heat storage technology can improve the performance of a solar thermal utilization system effectively.
This work studied the effect of phase-change materials (PCMs) on thermal stratification in a heat storage tank. A 60 l sodium acetate trihydrate heat storage tank with K phase-change temperature was designed and fabricated.
A model is developed and experimentally verified to study the heat transfer in a high-temperature packed bed thermal energy storage system utilizing zirconium oxide pellets. The packed bed receives flue gas at elevated temperatures varying with time during the storage. The high-temperature performance of a eutectic salt Phase Change Material (PCM) in a cylindrical Thermal Energy Storage Container (TESC) sample is evaluated by means of an experimental.
1. Introduction. Latent heat storage has allured great attention because it provides the potential to achieve energy savings and effective utilization [, ].The latent heat storage is also known as phase change heat storage, which is accomplished by absorbing and releasing thermal energy during phase transition.
The present work aims at investigating a new challenging use of aluminum oxide (Al 2 O 3) nanoparticles to enhance the thermal properties (thermal conductivity, specific heat, and.
Thermal management of electronics for aeronautics and space exploration appears to be the original intended application, with later extension to storage of thermal energy for solar thermal applications.
The present review will focus on studies that concern with positioning of fixed, stationary high conductivity inserts/structures.
Copper. Dr Steven Tay obtained his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from University of South Australia incentred in the area of off-peak thermal energy storage system for refrigeration systems.
He played a leading role in the development of patented technology leading to inexpensive thermal storage, and conducted research on novel approaches to designing and optimising Phase Change Material.
Low thermal conductivity is the main drawback of phase change materials (PCMs) that is yet to be fully addressed. This paper studies several efficient, cost-effective, and easy-to-use experimental techniques to enhance thermal conductivity of an organic phase change material used for low-temperature thermal energy storage applications.
In such applications, the challenges associated with low. 16 hours ago Phase change materials (PCMs) can be used in phase change energy storage technology to reconcile the contradiction between heat energy supply and demand in time and space [15,16,17].PCMs are widely used in industrial waste heat recovery, building energy saving, power peak cutting and valley filling, solar energy utilization, military engineering, aerospace and other fields [18,19].
Phase change material can be used as heat transfer fluid in the solar water heating system, which is the latest way to improve thermal efficiency. In this paper, graphene composite paraffin emulsion is used as heat transfer fluid in a solar water heating-phase change material (SWH-PCM) system.
By comparing with the traditional solar water heating (SWH) system, the thermal performance. Explore the latest full-text research PDFs, articles, conference papers, preprints and more on COMPUTATIONAL MASS SPECTROMETRY.
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[Mounir B Ibrahim; United States. National Aeronautics and. An experimental investigation on passive cooling system comprising phase change material and two-phase closed thermosyphon for telecom shelters in tropical and desert regions.
A sealed thermal energy storage unit containing a required number of PCM encapsulated balls immersed in water. This storage unit is kept inside the shelter.
The phase change materials (PCMs) used in devices for thermal energy storage (TES) and management are often characterized by low thermal conductivity, a limit for their applicability. Composite PCMs (C-PCM), which combine active phase (proper PCM) with a passive phase with high conductivity and melting temperature have thus been proposed.
Experimental and Computational Multiphase Flow. All Volumes & Issues. Online First Articles. ISSN: (Print) (Online) Articles not assigned to an issue (8 articles) OriginalPaper. Review on air and water thermal energy storage of buildings with phase change materials and numerical investigation of two-phase flow and mass.
Performance investigation of thermal energy storage system with Phase Change Material (PCM) Abstract. In order to harvest solar energy, thermal energy storage (TES) system with Phase Change Material (PCM) has been receiving greater attention because of its large energy storage capacity and isothermal behavior during charging and discharging.Latent heat storage systems are an effective way of storing thermal energy.
Recently, phase change materials were considered also in the thermal control of compact electronic devices. In the present work a numerical and experimental investigation is presented for a solid-liquid phase change process dominated by heat conduction.Downloadable (with restrictions)!
Numerical simulations using the computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software ANSYS Fluent were undertaken to characterize the airflow and temperature distribution in a natural convection thermal energy storage refrigerator. The model compared the household refrigerator temperature stability with different phase change materials (PCM) incorporated into the.