Symposium

P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage

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TopicP: Processing and Synthesis

Efficient usage of energy is the crucial issue for sustainable society in bright future. Since a major part of our energy consumption is in the form of thermal energy and thermal energy is abundantly available (solar and geothermal energy), the importance of innovative materials and processes for thermal energy storage is commonly recognized. Thermochemical energy storage is an emerging technology which has been attracting rapidly increasing attention of scientists and engineers during the last five years as it allow compact loss free storage of energy. Thermochemical materials span a wide range of materials: i.e. salt hydrates, impregnated porous media, zeolites, MOF's, salt ammoniates, hydroxides, etc.  

The symposium is focused on progress in thermochemical energy storage and closely-related fields with the emphasis on materials selection, manipulation and characterization. One of the crucial tasks of the symposium is to bring together chemists, physicists, thermal engineers and other professionals to comprehensively outline achievements and challenges in thermochemical storage of heat.  

The symposium welcomes professionals dedicated to the fields of

  • Materials for thermochemical energy storage
  • Ad- and absorption materials for heat storage and transformation
  • Thermo-physical characterization of materials
  • Chemical and sorption heat pumps
  • Advanced sorption heating and cooling systems
  • Economic and environmental aspects of thermochemical materials

to present their work in oral and poster forms.


Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
WEB Bulk-scale Testing of Pelletized SAPO-34 for Water Adsorption-based Thermal Energy Storage

Curtis Strong Dr. Ye Carrier Prof. Dr. F. Handan Tezel

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
WEB Hydration and dehydration of thermochemical materials

Lian Blijlevens Prof. Dr. Elias Vlieg Dr. Hugo Meekes

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
WEB Solid-gas reactions for thermochemical energy storage

Prof. Dr. Peter Weinberger Dr. Danny Müller Georg Gravogl

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
A study on the effects of particle size and crack formation on the hydration kinetics of K2CO3

Ph.D. Max Beving Dr. Arjan Frijns Dr. Camilo Rindt Prof. Dr. David Smeulders

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Development of salt hydrate based thermochemical energy storage systems for use in building applications

Ruby-Jean Clark Prof. Mohammed Farid Dr. Abbas Mehrabadi

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Identification of new phase change materials in multicomponent systems

Dipl.-Ing. Bruno Reis Prof. Dr. Klaus Hack Dr. Moritz to Baben

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Molecular simulations of salt hydrates for thermochemical energy storage

Koen Heijmans Dr. Silvia Nedea Prof. David Smeulders

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Neutrons for Thermochemical Heat Storage System Modeling

Ph.D. Anastasiia Karabanova Perizat Berdiyeva Prof. Kenneth Dahl Knudsen Prof. Rune E. Johnsen Prof. Michel van der Pal Prof. Stefano Deledda Dr. Saman Nimali Gunasekara Prof. Didier Blanchard

Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Real time visualisation and analysis of nano coated Ca(OH)2 granules for thermochemical storage

Aldo Cosquillo Dr. Matthias Schmidt Dr. Marc Linder

Keynote Lecture P05: Materials and processes for thermochemical energy storage
Unique properties of thermochemical materials and their impact on thermochemical systems

Dr. Marc Linder

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