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This study investigated the feasibility of creating a phase-change slurry in which a phase-change material is microencapsulated and suspended in a carrier fluid. The heat transportation, pumping power consumption, viscosity, and pressure loss of the flowing slurries were measured in order to determine the most suitable concentration of micro encapsulated phase change material (MCPCM) used in the slurry over the range 5-40%. The effects of repeated use of liquid-solid phase-change particles upondoi:10.2306/scienceasia1513-1874.2008.34.223 fatcat:6b4yvdn5y5fptbdzeuw3vmpj7q