89 Thermal Energy Storage Systems and Their Applications

Tuesday, April 1, 2014: 1:30 PM
Eglinton Winton (Hilton New Orleans Riverside)
Papers are solicited on any aspect of thermal energy storage (TES) technologies including their applications. Existing TES technologies are based on the storage of sensible heat, latent heat such as in phase change materials, heat due to thermochemical reactions and adsorption/desorption reactions, etc. Low temperature TES systems using ice and ice slurries have been used in air conditioning of buildings, and high temperature TES systems are currently developed for Concentrated Solar Power plants for power production. Additional applications include heating of buildings, hot water supply systems and automotive heating, especially electric vehicles, among others.

Topical Five: Emerging Technologies in Clean Energy for the Twenty-First Century
Transport and Energy Processes (07), Sustainable Engineering Forum (23)

Masahiro Kawaji
Email: kawaji@me.ccny.cuny.edu

Hitesh Bindra
Email: kawaji@me.ccny.cuny.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

2:00 PM
File available
2:30 PM
(89c) SPERΑ Hydrogen Process for Large Scale H2 Storage & Transportation
Masato Shiraga, Hironori Kawai and Tomoyuki Mikuriya

3:00 PM

3:30 PM
(89d) Thermal Energy Storage System for Cold Engine Start up in Automobiles
Masahiro Kawaji, Duke Po-Chen Shih, John Burgers and Matthew Birkett

4:00 PM
(89e) Optimum Operation of Complex Combined Heat and Power Systems of Two Parallel Gas Facilities
Mana Al-Owaidh, Dhaifallah Al-Utaibi, Hussain Al-Dandan and Mahmoud Bahy Noureldin