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Thermal Energy Storage with Phase Change Materials - 
      Mohammed Farid
    
      Amar Auckaili
    
      Gohar Gholamibozanjani

Thermal Energy Storage with Phase Change Materials

Mohammed Farid (Redaktør) ; Amar Auckaili (Redaktør) ; Gohar Gholamibozanjani (Redaktør)

This book focuses on latent heat storage, which is one of the most efficient ways of storing thermal energy. Unlike the sensible heat storage method, the latent heat storage method provides much higher storage density with a smaller difference between storing and releasing temperatures. Les mer
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This book focuses on latent heat storage, which is one of the most efficient ways of storing thermal energy. Unlike the sensible heat storage method, the latent heat storage method provides much higher storage density with a smaller difference between storing and releasing temperatures.





Thermal Energy Storage with Phase Change Materials is structured into four chapters that cover many aspects of thermal energy storage and their practical applications. Chapter 1 reviews selection, performance, and applications of phase change materials. Chapter 2 investigates mathematical analyses of phase change processes. Chapters 3 and 4 present passive and active applications for energy saving, peak load shifting, and price-based control heating using phase change materials.





These chapters explore the hot topic of energy saving in an overarching way, and so they are relevant to all courses. This book is an ideal research reference for students at the postgraduate level. It also serves as a useful reference for electrical, mechanical, and chemical engineers and students throughout their work.





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Explains the technical principles of thermal energy storage, including materials and applications in different classifications







Provides fundamental calculations of heat transfer with phase change







Discusses the benefits and limitations of different types of phase change materials (PCM) in both micro- and macroencapsulations







Reviews the mechanisms and applications of available thermal energy storage systems







Introduces innovative solutions in hot and cold storage applications
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Forlag: CRC Press
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 440
ISBN: 9780367559410
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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1. Phase Change Material Selection and Performance


1.1 A Review on Phase Change Energy Storage: Materials and Applications


Mohammed Farid, Amar M. Khudhair, Siddique Ali K. Razack, and Said Al-Hallaj


1.2 Fire Retardants for Phase Change Materials


Pongphat Sittisart and Mohammed Farid


1.3 Long-Term Thermal Stability of Organic PCMs


Sam Behzadi and Mohammed Farid


1.4 A Novel Calcium Chloride Hexahydrate-Based Deep Eutectic Solvent as a Phase Change Material


K. Shahbaz, I. M. AlNashef, R. J. T. Lin, M. A. Hashim, F. S. Mjalli, and Mohammed Farid


2. Mathematical Analysis of Phase Change Processes


2.1 A New Approach in the Calculation of Heat Transfer with Phase Change


Mohammed Farid


2.2 Effect of Natural Convection on the Process of Melting and Solidification of Paraffin Wax


Mohammed Farid and Ahmed. K. Mohamed


2.3 The Role of Natural Convection during Melting and Solidification of PCM in a Vertical Cylinder


Mohammed Farid, Yongsik Kim, Takuya Honda, and Atsushi Kanzawa


2.4 Thermal Performance of a Heat Storage Module Using PCMs with Different Melting Temperatures: Mathematical Modeling


Mohammed Farid and Atsushi Kanzawa


2.5 Performance of Direct Contact Latent Heat Storage Units with Two Hydrated Salts


Mohammed Farid and Ali Nasser Khalaf


3. Energy Saving, Peak Load Shifting and Price-Based Control Heating: Passive Applications


3.1 A Review on Energy Conservation in Building Applications with Thermal Storage by Latent Heat Using Phase Change Materials


Amar M. Khudhair and Mohammed Farid


3.2 Impact of Energy Storage in Buildings on Electricity Demand Side Management


Waqar A. Qureshi, Nirmal-Kumar C. Nair, and Mohammed M. Farid


3.3 Experimental Validation of a Methodology to Assess PCM Effectiveness in Cooling Building Envelopes Passively


Albert Castell and Mohammed Farid


3.4 Peak Load Shifting with Energy Storage and Price-Based Control System


Reza Barzin, John J. J. Chen, Brent R. Young, and Mohammed Farid


3.5 Application of Weather Forecast in Conjunction with Price-Based Method for PCM Solar Passive Buildings - An Experimental Study


Reza Barzin, John J. J. Chen, Brent R. Young, and Mohammed Farid


3.6 Application of PCM Energy Storage in Combination with Night Ventilation for Space Cooling


Reza Barzin, John J. J. Chen, Brent R. Young, and Mohammed Farid


3.7 Application of PCM Underfloor Heating in Combination with PCM Wallboards for Space Heating Using Price-Based Control System


Reza Barzin, John J. J. Chen, Brent R. Young, and Mohammed Farid


3.8 Analysis of Energy Requirements versus Comfort Levels for the Integration of Phase Change Materials in Buildings


Martin Vautherot, Francois Marechal, and Mohammed Farid


3.9 Benefits of PCM Underfloor Heating with PCM Wallboards for Space Heating in Winter


Paul Devaux and Mohammed Farid


4. Energy-Saving, Peak Load Shifting and Price-Based Control Heating and Cooling: Active Applications


4.1 Application of an Active PCM Storage System into a Building for Heating/Cooling Load Reduction


Gohar Gholamibozanjani and Mohammed Farid


4.2 Peak Load Shifting Using a Price-Based Control in PCM-Enhanced Buildings


Gohar Gholamibozanjani and Mohammed Farid


4.3 Model Predictive Control Strategy Applied to Different Types of Building for Space Heating


Gohar Gholamibozanjani, Joan Tarragona, Alvaro de Gracia, Cesar Fernandez, Luisa F. Cabeza, and Mohammed Farid


4.4 A Comparison between Passive and Active PCM Systems Applied to Buildings


Gohar Gholamibozanjani and Mohammed Farid
Professor Mohammed Mehdi Farid is a full professor (Personal Chair) at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.


Dr Amar Auckaili is a professional teaching fellow at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.


Dr. Gohar Gholambozanjani is a research assistant at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.