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Thermal Energy Storage (TES) Prototype Based on Geopolymer Concrete for High-Temperature Applications
Thermal energy storage (TES) systems are dependent on materials capable of operating at elevated temperatures for their performance and for prevailing as an integral part of industries. High-temperature TES assists in increasing the dispatchability of present power plants as well as increasing the efficiency in heat industry applications. Ordinary Portland cement (OPC)-based concretes are widely used as a sensible TES material in different applications. However, their performance is limited todoi:10.3390/ma15207086 fatcat:e67svjwrsfgszlyoot4xz4gwp4