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The problems of heat and mass transfer in phase change materials are of great engineering interest. The absorption and storage of energy in the form of latent heat makes it possible to use them in the construction industry to smooth out the effects of temperature transitions in the environment. This work is devoted to the study of heat transfer in a building block with paraffin inserts under unsteady external conditions. The influence of the geometric dimensions of the block and the volumedoi:10.22055/jacm.2020.33496.2237 doaj:9b0bf710c9d4467c91c8fec538fe40cb fatcat:onmauecqfbd5tjnhypsp2hh6gm