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PCM-based Ceiling Panels for Passive Building Indoor Cooling: Experimental and Numerical Study

Yang, Shufan


To relieve the upsurge of the energy demand associated to building indoor cooling, passive cooling employing phase change materials (PCMs) has been proposed as a promising technique to stabilise indoor air temperature fluctuation and reduce building energy demand. PCMs can exchange a large amount of latent heat during the melting and solidification processes, which can be utilised in line with the discharging and charging processes of a cooling system. The use of encapsulated PCM ceiling panels...[Show more]

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Date published: 2024
Type: Thesis (MPhil)
DOI: 10.25911/WQVZ-KX03


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