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Analysis on the Improvement of Thermal Performance of Phase Change Material Ba (OH)2·8H2O
Benefitting from the characteristics of a high latent heat capacity and stable phase change behavior, phase change materials have widely received concerns in the field of thermodynamic management. Ba(OH)2·8H2O is an ideal phase change material (PCM) in the mid-to-low temperature range, but its large-scale application is still limited by severe supercooling during the nucleation process. In this paper, the experimental analysis and comparison are performed via an Edisonian approach, wheredoi:10.3390/en14227761 fatcat:qbi3q6kyhvau5nfjpsyvyaotiu