The rate-dependent performance and optimization of stratified thermal energy storage devices
Rate dependent performance and optimization of stratified thermal energy storage devices
Keywords and Phrases
Stratified thermal storage
"Thermal energy storage devices are critically important components in systems for which either the instantaneous energy demand exceeds the capacity of an associated energy conversion device or for which an instantaneous energy demand may not coincide with energy supply. Stratified thermal storage is widely used due to its simplicity and cost-effectiveness. In stratified thermal storage systems, the transfer of energy to and from the storage device is accomplished through displacement of the stored fluid volume. The efficiency of the displacement process therefore depends on the extent of the thermal mixing between the hot and cold fluid volumes present in the storage vessel at any particular instant"--Introduction, leaf 1.
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Ph. D. in Mechanical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation
- Simplified models of the rate- and time-dependent performance of stratified thermal storage
- Transition from well-stratified to highly-mixed behavior computed for the turbulent stably-stratified filling of an open enclosure
- Measurements of density profiles and turbulence intensities during the filling of stratified thermal storage
- Performances of multiple inlets for stratified thermal storage
xiii, 133 leaves
© 2004 Ying Ji, All rights reserved.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings
Heat storage devices -- Mathematical models
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Ji, Ying, "The rate-dependent performance and optimization of stratified thermal energy storage devices" (2004). Doctoral Dissertations. 1577.
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