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Title

Micro-encapsulated PCM in concrete matrix after a decade of the building construction

AuthorsOlivieri, Lorenzo; Tenorio Ríos, José Antonio
KeywordsMicro-encapsulated PCM
Concrete with PCM
Thermal energy storage
Buildings
Issue Date2018
Citation14th International Energy Storage Conference (2018)
AbstractThe reduction of the energy consumed in the building sector is no more a recommendation, but a duty of our society. Thermal energy storage (TES) implementation into buildings envelope has been highlighted as a promising technology to reduce the energy demand in buildings. Last decade, many literature have been dealing with the effect of the inclusion of latent heat storage materials in construction materials to provide higher thermal inertia. Several studies focused on the evaluation of the thermal properties, density, or porosity of these new materials. However, few of them focused on the long stability properties of the materials with embedded PCM when included in a building, since the lifetime of a building last around 50 years. In this study, an evaluation of a house-like cubicle of concrete with micro-encapsulated PCM after a decade of its construction is done. The results of this study were compared to the tests done in 2005 concluding that the thermal performance of this cubicle presented no degradation in the PCM effect.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado a la 14th International Energy Storage Conference (EnerSTOCK), celebrada en la Universidad de Çukurova (Turquía) del 25 al 28 de abril de 2018.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/214782
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