This short book provides an update on various methods for incorporating phase changing materials (PCMs) into building structures. ...
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This short book provides an update on various methods for incorporating phase changing materials (PCMs) into building structures. It discusses previous research into optimizing the integration of PCMs into surrounding walls (gypsum board and interior plaster products), trombe walls, ceramic floor tiles, concrete elements (walls and pavements), windows, concrete and brick masonry, underfloor heating, ceilings, thermal insulation and furniture an indoor appliances. Based on the phase change state, PCMs fall into three groups: solidsolid PCMs, solidliquid PCMs and liquidgas PCMs. Of these the solidliquid PCMs, which include organic PCMs, inorganic PCMs and eutectics, are suitable for thermal energy storage. The process of selecting an appropriate PCM is extremely complex, but crucial for thermal energy storage. The potential PCM should have a suitable melting temperature, and the desirable heat of fusion and thermal conductivity specified by the practical application. Thus, the methods of measuring the thermal properties of PCMs are key. With suitable PCMs and the correct incorporation method, latent heat thermal energy storage (LHTES) can be economically efficient for heating and cooling buildings. However, several problems need to be tackled before LHTES can reliably and practically be applied.
Provides an update on various methods of incorporating phase changing materials (PCMs) into building structures Inhalt Introduction.- Impregnation of PCMs in Building Materials.- PCM Current Applications and Thermal Performance.- Conclusions.
Thermal Energy Storage with Phase Change Materials
A Literature Review of Applications for Buildings Materials