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Thermal properties of latent heat storage microcapsule-water slurry
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 Title & Authors
Thermal properties of latent heat storage microcapsule-water slurry
Mun, Soo-Beom;
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 Abstract
A microcapsule water slurry is a latent heat-storage material having a low melting point. In this study, the thermal properties of a microcapsule water slurry are measured. The physical properties of the test microcapsule water slurry, i.e., thermal conductivity, specific heat, latent heat, and density, are measured, and the results are discussed for the temperature region of solid and liquid phases of the dispersion material (paraffin). It is clarified that Eucken's equation can be applied to the estimation of the thermal conductivity of the microcapsule water slurry. Useful correlation equations of the thermal properties of the microcapsule water slurry are proposed in terms of the temperature and concentration ratio of the microcapsule water slurry constituents.
 Keywords
Thermophysical property;Cold heat storage;Latent heat;Microcapsule slurry;Paraffin;
 Language
English
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