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A numerical model with experiment validation for the melting process in a vertical rectangular container subjected to a uniform wall heat flux
conference contributionposted on 12.09.2019, 10:40 by Mohamed Fadl, Philip Eames
Thermal energy storage (TES), specifically heat storage, may have a key role to play in supporting the achievement of the UK’s future decarbonization targets for heat and electricity. TES systems can be designed to collect and store low-quality heat (such as low-temperature industrial process heat), which can either be used directly or at a later time to produce hot water and space heating for buildings.
Small Smart Sustainable Systems for future Domestic Hot Water (4S-DHW)
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- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering
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