Special Issue "Advances in Thermal Energy Storage Systems"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (28 February 2021).
Interests: energy conservation; advanced energy systems; solar energy; exergy analysis; Biomass Combustion and Gasification
Interests: Vortex generator; fin; exergy; biodiesel; artificial intelligence
Interests: Heat pump; energy efficiency; system integration; waste heat recovery; renewable energy; thermal energy storage; DSM
The drive towards a low-carbon society has seen a significant increase in renewable energy share from the production to the consumer side in most countries. However, the increased share of renewable energy resources poses some challenges from the grid scale to the consumer scale in different sectors, mainly due to intermittent supply and energy demand mismatch. Thermal energy storage (TES) has significant potential to increase renewable energy share by tackling issues of supply and demand mismatch. TES systems can be installed across the scale from grid to consumer and in various end-use sectors, such as domestic, commercial, industrial, transport, agricultural, and power generation. TES systems can also be easily integrated with renewables such as solar, wind, ocean/waves, biogas/biomass and waste heat, etc., in various combinations. TES can be applied in heating, cooling, and power generation applications based on temperature range, storage medium, scale, and application. The primary challenges of TES-assisted devices are to obtain higher overall efficiency with better reliability, to reduce investment and running costs, and to lower environmental pollution. This Special Issue aims to address the latest advances in key technologies in the field of TES, integration, and utilization of such stored energy considering technological and metrological constraints. This Special Issue mainly covers original and unpublished research and review articles in areas including but not limited to: Sensible heat storage systems; latent heat storage systems; thermochemical heat storage systems; energy storage systems for heating and hot water in residential buildings; district heating and cooling systems; waste heat recovery systems; thermal energy storage (TES) systems for cogeneration, regeneration, solar energy, etc.; thermal energy storage (TES) systems for greenhouse heating and cooling; and modeling and optimization of the thermal energy system.
Dr. Bale Reddy
Dr. Biplab Das
Dr. Nikhil Shah
Dr. Mehdi Ali Ehyaei
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- thermal system
- energy storage
- sensible heat
- latent heat
- thermochemical heat
- waste heat