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Seasonal thermal energy storage with aqueous sodium hydroxide ‒ experimental assessments of the heat and mass exchanger unit

Closed sorption heat storage based on water vapor sorption in aqueous sodium hydroxide (NaOH-H₂O) solution theoretically allows to reach a significantly higher volumetric energy density compared to sensible thermal storage systems. In the present work, the heat and mass exchangers of an absorption/desorption concept will be highlighted and investigated, focusing on the experimental assessment.

SPF Institute for Solar Technology

 

Autorenschaft:
Dr. Xavier Daguenet, Dr. Paul Gantenbein, E. Frank, B. Fumey, R. Weber, K. Goonesekera, 2015
Ort / Verlag:
SHC 2015
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