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Field demonstration of the Thermostone III electric thermal storage furnace.

V.D Ferraro

Field demonstration of the Thermostone III electric thermal storage furnace.

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Published by Electric Power Research Institute .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementFerraro, V. D.
ContributionsGibson, G. L., Ishii, R.K.
The Physical Object
Paginationvar. $0.00 C.1.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17589011M

III Review of Select Markets In Western Europe III Germany: Increasing Focus on Renewable Generation to Boost Demand for Energy Storage Technologies III The UK: Evolving Role of Thermal. Abhat, Lorsch et al. and Farid have reported comprehensive lists of possible candidates for latent heat storage covering a wide range of temperatures. Not all PCMs can be used for thermal storage. An ideal PCM candidate should fulfil a number of criteria such as: high heat of fusion and thermal conductivity, high specific heat capacity, small volume change, non-corrosive, non Cited by: There is a critical need to find efficient, cost-effective thermal energy storage solutions to maximize the use of domestic solar and nuclear energy resources. Most utility-scale solar power plants only run at about 25% of their capacity because they can't generate power at night--thermal energy storage makes it possible to increase this.


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