Volume 1: Heat Transfer in Energy Systems; Thermophysical Properties; Theory and Fundamental Research in Heat Transfer 2013
DOI: 10.1115/ht2013-17472 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Electric vehicle (EV) technology faces a substantial challenge in terms of driving range, especially when the vehicle’s climate control system relies entirely on the onboard electric battery. Therefore, we are developing an advanced adsorption-based thermal battery (ATB) capable of delivering both heating and cooling for electric vehicles with minimal use of the electric battery bank. While adsorption based climate control systems offer the advantage of direct usage of primary thermal energy sources for operat… Show more

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“…Because the adsorbent material is porous, its thermal conductivity is low. Narayanan et al reported the thermal conductivity of the 13X powder as a function of density . The minimum thermal conductivity that was measured by them is 0.05 W/mK when the density of the shaped adsorbent wasbetween 550 and 600 kg/m 3 .…”
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“…Because the adsorbent material is porous, its thermal conductivity is low. Narayanan et al reported the thermal conductivity of the 13X powder as a function of density . The minimum thermal conductivity that was measured by them is 0.05 W/mK when the density of the shaped adsorbent wasbetween 550 and 600 kg/m 3 .…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…Fig. 3 and 4 show that the water sorption of typical zeolite and silica gel [34,36]. The steep uptake of zeolite occurs when relative humidity is low (RH=5%), which means zeolite will not release moisture in room humidity.…”
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“…In Narayanan et al [141], a detailed computational analysis of adsorption kinetics taking place within an adsorption bed capable of delivering large cooling and heating capacities was presented. This so-called advanced adsorption-based thermal battery (ATB) was analyzed by a two-dimensional, transient model to predict the heat and mass transfer during the adsorption of vapour in a bed consisting of an adsorbent/conductive binder composite structure based on the water/zeolite 13X working pair.…”
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