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Numerical Analysis of Cold Storage System with Array of Solid-Liquid Phase Change Module
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 Title & Authors
Numerical Analysis of Cold Storage System with Array of Solid-Liquid Phase Change Module
Mun, Soo-Beom;
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 Abstract
This paper is the fundamental study for the application of cold storage system to the transportation equipment by sea and land. This numerical study presents the solid-liquid phase change phenomenon of calcium chloride solution of 30wt %. The governing equations are 1-dimensional unsteady state heat transfer equations of order partial differential equations. This type of latent heat storage material is often usable in fishery vessel for controlling the temperature of container with constant condition. The governing equation was discretized with finite difference method and the program was composed with Mathcad program. The main parameters of this solution were the initial temperature of heat storage material, ambient temperature of cold air and the velocity of cold air. The data of boundary layer thickness becomes thin with the increasing of cold air flowing velocity and also the heat storage completion time become shorten.
 Keywords
Numerical analysis;Cold storage system;Solid-liquid phase change;Finite difference method;1-dimensional unsteady state equation;
 Language
Korean
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