An experimental study on the formation behavior of single and binary hydrates of TBAB, TBAF and TBPB for cold storage air conditioning applications
Thermal storage can be applied to air conditioning systems to shift the demand on electricity grids to decrease the peak load. It is also a feasible backup for solar cooling systems to supply on-site loads during solar outages. Although chilled water has been widely used for thermal storage, phase change materials offer greater energy storage density than chilled water. Semi-clathrate hydrates, having large heat of fusion and phase transition temperatures in the range of 5-10°C, are proposed...[Show more]
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