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Thermal energy storage : systems and applications

Author: İbrahim Dinçer; Marc Rosen
Publisher: Chichester : Wiley, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2. edView all editions and formats
Publication:Thermal energy storage. Thermal energy storage.

The second edition of this book offers up-to-date coverage of thermal energy storage (TES) systems, a technology that has seen a resurgence in interest recently for its utility in energy savings and  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: İbrahim Dinçer; Marc Rosen
ISBN: 9780470747063 0470747064 9780470970737 0470970731 9780470970751 0470970758
OCLC Number: 706985660
In: Dinçer, Ibrahim.; Dinçer, Ibrahim
Notes: Rev. ed. of: Thermal energy storage systems and applications / [edited by] Ibrahim Dinçer, and Marc Rosen. c2002. - Includes index.
Description: XVIII, 599 S. : ill., graph. Darst.
Contents: About the Authors xv <p>Preface xvii <p>Acknowledgements xix <p>1 General Introductory Aspects for Thermal Engineering1 <p>1.1 Introduction 1 <p>1.2 Systems of Units 2 <p>1.3 Fundamental Properties and Quantities 2 <p>1.4 General Aspects of Thermodynamics 7 <p>1.5 General Aspects of Fluid Flow 20 <p>1.6 General Aspects of Heat Transfer 32 <p>1.7 Concluding Remarks 45 <p>2 Energy Storage Systems 51 <p>2.1 Introduction 51 <p>2.2 Energy Demand 52 <p>2.3 Energy Storage 53 <p>2.4 Energy Storage Methods 54 <p>2.5 Hydrogen for Energy Storage 77 <p>2.6 Comparison of ES Technologies 80 <p>2.7 Concluding Remarks 80 <p>3 Thermal Energy Storage (TES) Methods 83 <p>3.1 Introduction 83 <p>3.2 Thermal Energy 84 <p>3.3 Thermal Energy Storage 85 <p>3.4 Solar Energy and TES 104 <p>3.5 TES Methods 109 <p>3.6 Sensible TES 109 <p>3.7 Latent TES 127 <p>3.8 Cold Thermal Energy Storage (CTES) 142 <p>3.9 Seasonal TES 185 <p>3.10 Concluding Remarks 187 <p>4 Thermal Energy Storage and Environmental Impact 191 <p>4.1 Introduction 191 <p>4.2 Energy and the Environment 192 <p>4.3 Major Environmental Problems 193 <p>4.4 Environmental Impact and TES Systems and Applications198 <p>4.5 Potential Solutions to Environmental Problems 198 <p>4.6 Sustainable Development 199 <p>4.7 Illustrative Examples and Case Studies 204 <p>4.8 Concluding Remarks 207 <p>5 Thermal Energy Storage and Energy Savings 211 <p>5.1 Introduction 211 <p>5.2 TES and Energy Savings 212 <p>5.3 Additional Energy Savings Considerations for TES 215 <p>5.4 Energy Conservation with TES: Planning and Implementation217 <p>5.5 Some Limitations on Increased Efficiency 218 <p>5.6 Energy Savings for Cold TES 219 <p>55.7 Concluding Remarks 230 <p>6 Energy and Exergy Analyses of Thermal Energy StorageSystems 233 <p>6.1 Introduction 233 <p>6.2 Theory: Energy and Exergy Analyses 234 <p>6.3 Thermodynamic Considerations in TES Evaluation 246 <p>6.4 Exergy Evaluation of a Closed TES System 249 <p>6.5 Appropriate Efficiency Measures for Closed TES Systems260 <p>6.6 Importance of Temperature in Performance Evaluations forSensible TES Systems 269 <p>6.7 Exergy Analysis of Aquifer TES Systems 272 <p>6.8 Exergy Analysis of Thermally Stratified Storages 281 <p>6.9 Energy and Exergy Analyses of Cold TES Systems 298 <p>6.10 Exergy-Based Optimal Discharge Periods for Closed TESSystems 309 <p>6.11 Exergy Analysis of Solar Ponds 314 <p>6.12 Concluding Remarks 323 <p>Appendix: Glossary of Selected Exergy-Related Terminology332 <p>7 Numerical Modeling and Simulation of Thermal Energy StorageSystems 335 <p>7.1 Introduction 335 <p>7.2 Approaches and Methods 336 <p>7.3 Selected Applications 337 <p>7.4 Numerical Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis of Sensible TESSystems 340 <p>7.6 Numerical Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis of Latent TESSystems 366 <p>7.8 Illustrative Application for a Complex System: NumericalAssessment of Encapsulated Ice TES with Variable Heat TransferCoefficients 391 <p>7.9 Concluding Remarks 406 <p>8 Thermal Energy Storage Case Studies 413 <p>8.1 Introduction 413 <p>8.2 Ice CTES Case Studies 414 <p>8.3 Ice-Slurry CTES Case Studies 432 <p>8.4 Chilled Water CTES Case Studies 436 <p>8.5 PCM-Based CTES Case Studies 446 <p>8.6 PCM-Based Latent TES for Heating Case Studies 455 <p>8.7 Sensible TES Case Studies 457 <p>8.8 Other Case Studies 459 <p>8.9 Concluding Remarks 479 <p>9 Recent Advances in TES Methods, Technologies, andApplications 483 <p>9.1 Introduction 483 <p>9.2 Recent TES Investigations 483 <p>9.3 Developments in TES Types and Performance 486 <p>9.4 Micro- and Macro-Level Advances in TES Systems andApplications 504 <p>9.5 Micro-Level Advances in TES Systems 504 <p>9.6 Macro-Level Advances in TES Systems and Applications 514 <p>9.7 Performance Enhancement Techniques 530 <p>9.8 Innovative Applications of TES Systems 535 <p>9.9 Advanced Applications of Exergy Methods 542 <p>9.10 Illustrative Examples 545 <p>9.11 Future Outlook for TES 566 <p>Appendix A Conversion Factors 585 <p>Appendix B Thermophysical Properties 587 <p>Appendix C Glossary 593 <p>Index 595
Responsibility: İbrahim Emir Dinçer and Marc A. Rosen.


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