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Evaluation of Solar Heat Gains and Environmental Influence of the Phase Change Material (PCM) Wall

Muthuraman Subbiah, M. Sivaraj

Abstract


Solar powered warm vitality can be viably put away in dividers of a working by joining stage change materials (PCMs) inside them. Plasterboards containing PCM can be utilized to assimilate and store solar based warmth picked up amid daytime and discharge or put away warmth amid evening time. A divider fitted with plasterboards containing PCM is typically called a PCM divider. In this review, south façade of a test room was developed utilizing PCM dividers secured with novel triple glass for warming the test room by methods for solar powered warm vitality. Solar powered warmth picks up and natural effects of the PCM divider were assessed. The PCM divider diminished CO2 discharge from the test room. The diminishment in CO2 on a month to month premise shifted in the scope of 70 to 4% from October to March, and was 14% on a yearly premise.

Keywords: Phase change material (PCM), greenhouse outflows, PCM divider

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Muthuraman Subbiah, Sivaraj M. Evaluation of Solar Heat Gains and Environmental Influence of the Phase Change Material (PCM) Wall. Journal of Thermal Engineering and Applications. 2017; 4(2): 8–17p.



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