Heat Storage Performance of the Prefabricated Hollow Core Concrete Deck Element with Integrated Microencapsulated Phase Change Material

Experimental vs theoretical thermal properties of PCM concrete

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The paper presents the numerically calculated dynamic heat storage capacity of the prefabricated hollow core concrete deck element with and without microencapsulated phase change material (PCM). The reference deck is the ordinary deck made of standard concrete material and that is broadly used in many emerging buildings. The new concrete deck with microencapsulated PCM is the standard deck on which one more layer with PCM concrete was added and at the same time the latent heat storage was introduced to the construction. The challenge to simulate the performance of the new deck with PCM concrete or the building with such a deck is that the thermal properties of such a new material are not yet well defined. The results presented in the paper include models in which PCM concrete material properties such as thermal conductivity and specific heat capacity were theoretically calculated using weight average of thermal properties of standard concrete material and pure PCM. Consequently, the numerical models of the decks were updated with the experimentally determined thermal properties of PCM concrete after these two materials have been combined into one material. Finally, the heat storage of the decks with theoretically and experimentally determined thermal properties of PCM concrete were compared with each other.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelPLEA 2012 Lima Peru - Opportunities, Limits & Needs : Towards an environmentally responsible architecture
Antal sider6
Udgivelses stedLima, Peru
ForlagThe International Conference on Sustainable Architecture + Urban Design
Publikationsdato2012
StatusUdgivet - 2012
BegivenhedPLEA 2012 Lima Peru - Opportunities, Limits & Needs: Towards an environmentally responsible architecture - Lima, Peru
Varighed: 7 nov. 20129 nov. 2012
Konferencens nummer: 28

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KonferencePLEA 2012 Lima Peru - Opportunities, Limits & Needs
Nummer28
LandPeru
ByLima
Periode07/11/201209/11/2012

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Heat storage
Phase change materials
Thermodynamic properties
Concretes
Specific heat
Latent heat
Numerical models
Thermal conductivity
Materials properties

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Published on a usb

Emneord

  • Phase Change Material
  • Dynamic Heat Storage
  • Latent Heat
  • Concrete

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Pomianowski, M. Z., Heiselberg, P., & Jensen, R. L. (2012). Heat Storage Performance of the Prefabricated Hollow Core Concrete Deck Element with Integrated Microencapsulated Phase Change Material: Experimental vs theoretical thermal properties of PCM concrete. I PLEA 2012 Lima Peru - Opportunities, Limits & Needs: Towards an environmentally responsible architecture Lima, Peru: The International Conference on Sustainable Architecture + Urban Design.
Pomianowski, Michal Zbigniew ; Heiselberg, Per ; Jensen, Rasmus Lund. / Heat Storage Performance of the Prefabricated Hollow Core Concrete Deck Element with Integrated Microencapsulated Phase Change Material : Experimental vs theoretical thermal properties of PCM concrete. PLEA 2012 Lima Peru - Opportunities, Limits & Needs: Towards an environmentally responsible architecture. Lima, Peru : The International Conference on Sustainable Architecture + Urban Design, 2012.
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Pomianowski, MZ, Heiselberg, P & Jensen, RL 2012, Heat Storage Performance of the Prefabricated Hollow Core Concrete Deck Element with Integrated Microencapsulated Phase Change Material: Experimental vs theoretical thermal properties of PCM concrete. i PLEA 2012 Lima Peru - Opportunities, Limits & Needs: Towards an environmentally responsible architecture. The International Conference on Sustainable Architecture + Urban Design, Lima, Peru, Lima, Peru, 07/11/2012.

Heat Storage Performance of the Prefabricated Hollow Core Concrete Deck Element with Integrated Microencapsulated Phase Change Material : Experimental vs theoretical thermal properties of PCM concrete. / Pomianowski, Michal Zbigniew; Heiselberg, Per; Jensen, Rasmus Lund.

PLEA 2012 Lima Peru - Opportunities, Limits & Needs: Towards an environmentally responsible architecture. Lima, Peru : The International Conference on Sustainable Architecture + Urban Design, 2012.

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Pomianowski MZ, Heiselberg P, Jensen RL. Heat Storage Performance of the Prefabricated Hollow Core Concrete Deck Element with Integrated Microencapsulated Phase Change Material: Experimental vs theoretical thermal properties of PCM concrete. I PLEA 2012 Lima Peru - Opportunities, Limits & Needs: Towards an environmentally responsible architecture. Lima, Peru: The International Conference on Sustainable Architecture + Urban Design. 2012