The State of the Art of Thermo-Chemical Heat Storage
Vasta, Salvatore (editor)
The heat storage based on thermochemical technology is associated with higher amounts of energy stored with respect to systems based on sensible heat. This interesting feature is stimulating the interest of the scientific community, among energy providers and grid managers, since it can effectively support the operation and integration of renewable high-efficiency systems and local smart grids. Research in this field is achieving unprecedented goals thanks to the profitable exploitation of results obtained in the field of heat pumps and thermally driven systems. The present issue offers the reader a sensational window to this rapidly evolving world.
Keywordssolar DWH; adsorption; heat storage; energy efficiency; climate conditions; numerical simulation; chemical sorption; system efficiency; reaction enthalpy; theoretical limits; cold storage; mobile refrigeration; FAM Z02; SAPO-34; zeolite; thermochemical storage; sorption heat storage; power-to-heat; power grid support; thermal storage; solar systems; experimental campaign; numerical modelling; SAPO34; foam
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Research & information: general
Technology: general issues