By Luisa F. Cabeza
Thermal strength garage (TES) applied sciences shop thermal strength (both warmth and chilly) for later use as required, instead of on the time of construction. they're for this reason vital opposite numbers to varied intermittent renewable strength iteration equipment and likewise offer a fashion of valorising waste approach warmth and decreasing the power call for of structures. This ebook presents an authoritative evaluate of this key zone. half one studies brilliant warmth garage applied sciences. half covers latent and thermochemical warmth garage respectively. the ultimate part addresses purposes in heating and effort systems.
- Reviews good warmth garage applied sciences, together with using water, molten salts, concrete and boreholes
- Describes latent warmth garage platforms and thermochemical warmth storage
- Includes details at the tracking and keep an eye on of thermal power garage structures, and considers their purposes in residential constructions, energy vegetation and industry
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Although each application requires a specific study for selecting the best material, clues for each TES system are presented in this chapter. ∑ Sensible heat storage: Sensible materials are generally solids and liquids. The ability to store sensible heat for a given material strongly depends on the value of its energy density (r·cp). Thus, high density and heat capacity values are desired. High volumetric thermal capacity, good thermal conductivity, and price are also important when selecting a material.
However, several organic TES materials have disadvantages, including low decomposition temperature, low density, flammability, and high vapor pressure. Molten nitrates are currently the storage fluid used in most of the solar power plants built for commercial purposes so far. The main characteristics they present are a suitable density and specific heat, a low chemical reactivity and vapor pressure, together with a lower cost than other fluids used for storage. 56 kJ/kg K. Due to the outstanding characteristics of this ternary mixture, it was chosen as the storage material in the experimental solar energy plant THEMIS in France in the 1980s.
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Advances in thermal energy storage systems : methods and applications by Luisa F. Cabeza