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Experimental Investigation of Melting Process of Encapsulation Phase Change Material in Spiral Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger
International Journal of Heat and Technology
Phase change materials are potentially able to store significant amounts of heat energy at almost constant temperatures, especially during the melting and freezing process. These materials enable us to design the individual thermal energy storage systems (TESS). However, several methods have been proposed to solve low thermal conductivity of PCMs, one of which is encapsulating the material in a heat-conducting membrane. In this research, non-welded steel capsules with unique sealing have beendoi:10.18280/ijht.390615 fatcat:o27bfxy4wrdz7benh6r2ru7weu