A Magnetocaloric Booster Unit for Energy-Efficient Air-Conditioning
AbstractA concept for the application of a magnetocaloric device in energy-efficient air conditioners is introduced. In order to evaluate this concept, a test stand has been developed equipped with a magnetic field source providing about a 1.5-T flux density change into which different regenerator geometries can be implemented and evaluated. A processing route for the production of profiled magnetocaloric LaFeSiMn-based composite plates by tape casting is presented. The processed plates show a maximum isothermal entropy change of about 3.8 J kg
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Krautz, M.; Beyer, M.; Jäschke, C.; Schinke, L.; Waske, A.; Seifert, J. A Magnetocaloric Booster Unit for Energy-Efficient Air-Conditioning. Crystals 2019, 9, 76.
Krautz M, Beyer M, Jäschke C, Schinke L, Waske A, Seifert J. A Magnetocaloric Booster Unit for Energy-Efficient Air-Conditioning. Crystals. 2019; 9(2):76.Chicago/Turabian Style
Krautz, Maria; Beyer, Maximilian; Jäschke, Christian; Schinke, Lars; Waske, Anja; Seifert, Joachim. 2019. "A Magnetocaloric Booster Unit for Energy-Efficient Air-Conditioning." Crystals 9, no. 2: 76.
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