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Thermal Energy Storage


Turnaoglu, T., University of Kansas


Kaur, S., Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

The worldwide increasing energy demand and 2050 net zero carbon target urge the globe to solve the energy challenge. Thermal Energy Storage (TES) is emerging due to enabling storing heat energy, which can be utilized in a range of processes when energy is in demand. This session highlights a comprehensive perspective of Thermal Energy Storage, including sensible, latent, and thermochemical energy storage. The session seeks contributions from materials development to system integration ranging from low-temperature to high-temperature for applications including but not limited to power generation, industrial process heat, and building energy systems. Both applied and fundamental experimental research, as well as numerical and simulation studies, are encouraged.




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