Thermal performance of CaCl2·6H2O/expanded perlite composite phase change boards embedded in aluminous gusset plates for building energy conservation

@article{Lulu2017ThermalPO,
  title={Thermal performance of CaCl2·6H2O/expanded perlite composite phase change boards embedded in aluminous gusset plates for building energy conservation},
  author={Fu Lulu and Ziye Ling and Xiaoming Fang and Zhengguo Zhang},
  journal={Energy and Buildings},
  year={2017},
  volume={155},
  pages={484-491}
}
Abstract A simple and flexible way for integrating phase change materials (PCMs) with buildings was presented, which involved forming a PCM into a board and then embedding the board into an aluminous gusset plate that has been widely used in roofs and walls of buildings for decorating. Specifically, a CaCl2·6H2O/expanded perlite (EP) composite PCM with a melting point of 27.38 °C and a latent heat value of 87.44 J/g was employed to fabricate several boards through vacuum compression. The board… Expand
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