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Preparation and thermal property analysis of Wood’s alloy/expanded graphite composite as highly conductive form-stable phase change material for electronic thermal management

Using phase change materials (PCMs) for passive cooling is an effective thermal management technique as they absorb and release large amount of latent heat. However, PCMs have low thermal conductivity and liquid leakage often occurs after the solid-liquid phase transitions. In this study, a Wood’...

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Experimental and numerical investigation of form-stable dodecane/hydrophobic fumed silica composite phase change materials for cold energy storage

A new composite phase change material for cold thermal energy storage applications is described in this paper. The authors combined dodecane into hydrophobic fumed silica to create a form stable PCM. Physical characteristics were studied using scanning through electron micrographs and Fourier transformation infrared. A ...

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RT100/expand graphite composite phase change material with excellent structure stability, photo-thermal performance and good thermal reliability

The goal of this work was to produce a new high performance PCM, using a combination of RT 100 (paraffinic hydrocarbons) with expanded graphite (EG). The resulting composite performed extremely well in quality testing. Thermal conductivity was measured using the TPS method, and was found to ...

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Novel slurry containing graphene oxide-grafted microencapsulated phase change material with enhanced thermo-physical properties and photo-thermal performance

This paper focuses on the creation of a new composite phase change material, paraffin-silica (SiO2)/graphene oxide (GO) through a two step process for potential use as a heat transfer fluid in direct absorption solar collectors. The resulting composite is composed of spherical capsules, and ...

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Thermodynamic properties and thermal stability of ionic liquid-based nanofluids containing graphene as advanced heat transfer fluids for medium-to-high-temperature applications

The purpose of this study was to measure the thermodynamic properties of 1-hexyl-3-methylimidazolium tetrafluoroborate ([HMIM]BF4) and its graphene-dispersed ionic liquid based nanofluids (Ionanofluids) from room temperature to 200 °C. A thermal analyzer measured the thermal conductivity of the samples using the transient plane source (...

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