Developed materials for thermal energy storage: synthesis and characterization

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Developed materials for thermal energy storage : synthesis and characterization. / Druske, Mona-Maria; Fopah Lele, Armand ; Korhammer, Kathrin; Rammelberg, Holger; Wegscheider, Nina; Ruck, Wolfgang; Schmidt, Thomas.

in: Energy Procedia, Jahrgang 61, 2014, S. 96-99.

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title = "Developed materials for thermal energy storage: synthesis and characterization",
abstract = "Heat storage or thermal energy storage is one of the key technologies towards an efficient use of renewable energy resources, particulary the thermochemical heat storage looks promising, but the progress has not yet been succeeded. Therefore our research group focuses on the development of a heat storage system called {"}thermal battery{"} for private households and industry applications. On the one hand especially thermochemical reactions have a high potential for high energy density and long term storage. On the other hand the used materials in particular hygroscopic salts are related to disadvantages such as agglomeration, storage capacity loss over cycling or slow reaction kinetics. Those disadvantages are caused by deliquescence and by the occurrence of side reactions, among other effects. We combined the optimization of mixing of salt hydrates and impregnation of carriers to overcome these disadvantages. This paper reports on synthesis of thermochemical materials and comparison of the material properties energy density and effective thermal conductivity.",
keywords = "Chemistry, composites design, thermal characterization, Thermal conductivity, Energy research, Thermal energy storage, Heat and mass transfer enhancement",
author = "Mona-Maria Druske and {Fopah Lele}, Armand and Kathrin Korhammer and Holger Rammelberg and Nina Wegscheider and Wolfgang Ruck and Thomas Schmidt",
note = "Paper in the proceedings of the 6th ICAE in Taiwan, and published in Energy Procedia Journal 2014.",
year = "2014",
doi = "10.1016/j.egypro.2014.11.915",
language = "English",
volume = "61",
pages = "96--99",
journal = "Energy Procedia",
issn = "1876-6102",
publisher = "Elsevier B.V.",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Developed materials for thermal energy storage

T2 - synthesis and characterization

AU - Druske, Mona-Maria

AU - Fopah Lele, Armand

AU - Korhammer, Kathrin

AU - Rammelberg, Holger

AU - Wegscheider, Nina

AU - Ruck, Wolfgang

AU - Schmidt, Thomas

N1 - Paper in the proceedings of the 6th ICAE in Taiwan, and published in Energy Procedia Journal 2014.

PY - 2014

Y1 - 2014

N2 - Heat storage or thermal energy storage is one of the key technologies towards an efficient use of renewable energy resources, particulary the thermochemical heat storage looks promising, but the progress has not yet been succeeded. Therefore our research group focuses on the development of a heat storage system called "thermal battery" for private households and industry applications. On the one hand especially thermochemical reactions have a high potential for high energy density and long term storage. On the other hand the used materials in particular hygroscopic salts are related to disadvantages such as agglomeration, storage capacity loss over cycling or slow reaction kinetics. Those disadvantages are caused by deliquescence and by the occurrence of side reactions, among other effects. We combined the optimization of mixing of salt hydrates and impregnation of carriers to overcome these disadvantages. This paper reports on synthesis of thermochemical materials and comparison of the material properties energy density and effective thermal conductivity.

AB - Heat storage or thermal energy storage is one of the key technologies towards an efficient use of renewable energy resources, particulary the thermochemical heat storage looks promising, but the progress has not yet been succeeded. Therefore our research group focuses on the development of a heat storage system called "thermal battery" for private households and industry applications. On the one hand especially thermochemical reactions have a high potential for high energy density and long term storage. On the other hand the used materials in particular hygroscopic salts are related to disadvantages such as agglomeration, storage capacity loss over cycling or slow reaction kinetics. Those disadvantages are caused by deliquescence and by the occurrence of side reactions, among other effects. We combined the optimization of mixing of salt hydrates and impregnation of carriers to overcome these disadvantages. This paper reports on synthesis of thermochemical materials and comparison of the material properties energy density and effective thermal conductivity.

KW - Chemistry

KW - composites design

KW - thermal characterization

KW - Thermal conductivity

KW - Energy research

KW - Thermal energy storage

KW - Heat and mass transfer enhancement

U2 - 10.1016/j.egypro.2014.11.915

DO - 10.1016/j.egypro.2014.11.915

M3 - Conference article in journal

VL - 61

SP - 96

EP - 99

JO - Energy Procedia

JF - Energy Procedia

SN - 1876-6102

ER -

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