Article of Review on Computational Analysis on Performance of Solar Pond using Polycrystalline Material


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Title Article of Review on Computational Analysis on Performance of Solar Pond using Polycrystalline Material
Creator Rehman, Sehrish
Arya, Dr Rajeev
Vishwakarma, Shravan
Subject ar pond, PCM, Conductivity, Thermal Energy, Computational Fluid Dynamics
Description The Solar pond is a pool of salt water stratified into 3 different layers, when radiations from the sun heats up the pond this heat energy gets stored in the lower most layers, thus making it as a heat source. Latent heat thermal energy storage is constantly an attractive method to store thermal energy due to because of its capacity to give high energy storage density and it also has a property to store heat at almost constant temperatures equivalent to the phase transition temperature of phase change materials (PCM). The aim of the thesis is to develop a CFD-based simulation analysis model of solar pond to analyze the double-diffusive nature of temperature and the saline concentration distributions, also to form a stable three-layer system of energy storage using computational fluid dynamics. The main objective of this study was to design solar pond modal with three layers in it and also to explore the effects of addition of material with high conductivity on the characteristics of heat transfer of pure PCM.
Date 2021-06-10
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE; Volume 7, Issue 3, March 2021; 57-61
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Sehrish Rehman, Dr Rajeev Arya, Shravan Vishwakarma

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