Cascade thermochemical storage with internal condensation heat recovery for better energy and exergy efficiencies

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Cascade thermochemical storage with internal condensation heat recovery for better energy and exergy efficiencies. / N’Tsoukpoe, Kokouvi Edem; Osterland, Thomas; Opel, Oliver; Ruck, Wolfgang K.L.

in: Applied Energy, Jahrgang 181, 01.11.2016, S. 562-574.

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title = "Cascade thermochemical storage with internal condensation heat recovery for better energy and exergy efficiencies",
abstract = "Thermochemical heat storage processes generally involve significant condensation heat rejection to the environment during charging. This heat rejection is about two thirds of the charging heat of salt hydrates, which are a promising class of materials for heat storage in the low temperature range, i.e. for space heating and domestic hot water production. We showed that internal condensation heat recovery through a new concept of a cascade thermochemical heat storage process leads to an improvement of the energy and exergy efficiencies of the process. To illustrate the potential of this new concept, we compare a classical thermochemical based heat storage with one involving internal condensation heat recovery. In order to have an unbiased comparison basis, the two processes have similar boundary temperature conditions. The energy and exergy efficiencies of the process with internal heat recovery is as much as 1.8 times that of the classical thermochemical heat storage process. The process with heat recovery requires only 55% of the energy input at high temperature during charging of the classical process, for the same discharging heat output.",
keywords = "Cascade thermochemical storage, Condensation heat recovery, Efficacit{\'e} {\'e}nerg{\'e}tique, Efficacit{\'e} exerg{\'e}tique, Energieeffizienz, Energy efficiency, Exergieeffizienz, Exergy efficiency, Kaskadierte thermochemische Speicherung, Kondensationsw{\"a}rmer{\"u}ckgewinnung, Optimisation thermodynamique, R{\'e}cup{\'e}ration de la chaleur de condensation, Stockage thermochimique, Stockage thermochimique en cascade, Thermochemical heat storage, Thermochemische W{\"a}rmespeicherung, Thermodynamic design, Thermodynamische Auslegung, Chemistry",
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AU - N’Tsoukpoe, Kokouvi Edem

AU - Osterland, Thomas

AU - Opel, Oliver

AU - Ruck, Wolfgang K.L.

PY - 2016/11/1

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N2 - Thermochemical heat storage processes generally involve significant condensation heat rejection to the environment during charging. This heat rejection is about two thirds of the charging heat of salt hydrates, which are a promising class of materials for heat storage in the low temperature range, i.e. for space heating and domestic hot water production. We showed that internal condensation heat recovery through a new concept of a cascade thermochemical heat storage process leads to an improvement of the energy and exergy efficiencies of the process. To illustrate the potential of this new concept, we compare a classical thermochemical based heat storage with one involving internal condensation heat recovery. In order to have an unbiased comparison basis, the two processes have similar boundary temperature conditions. The energy and exergy efficiencies of the process with internal heat recovery is as much as 1.8 times that of the classical thermochemical heat storage process. The process with heat recovery requires only 55% of the energy input at high temperature during charging of the classical process, for the same discharging heat output.

AB - Thermochemical heat storage processes generally involve significant condensation heat rejection to the environment during charging. This heat rejection is about two thirds of the charging heat of salt hydrates, which are a promising class of materials for heat storage in the low temperature range, i.e. for space heating and domestic hot water production. We showed that internal condensation heat recovery through a new concept of a cascade thermochemical heat storage process leads to an improvement of the energy and exergy efficiencies of the process. To illustrate the potential of this new concept, we compare a classical thermochemical based heat storage with one involving internal condensation heat recovery. In order to have an unbiased comparison basis, the two processes have similar boundary temperature conditions. The energy and exergy efficiencies of the process with internal heat recovery is as much as 1.8 times that of the classical thermochemical heat storage process. The process with heat recovery requires only 55% of the energy input at high temperature during charging of the classical process, for the same discharging heat output.

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KW - Exergy efficiency

KW - Kaskadierte thermochemische Speicherung

KW - Kondensationswärmerückgewinnung

KW - Optimisation thermodynamique

KW - Récupération de la chaleur de condensation

KW - Stockage thermochimique

KW - Stockage thermochimique en cascade

KW - Thermochemical heat storage

KW - Thermochemische Wärmespeicherung

KW - Thermodynamic design

KW - Thermodynamische Auslegung

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