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標題: 內含相變化微膠囊的溫控材料之熱傳行為
Heat Transfer Behavior of Temperature-Controlled Media with Microencapsulated Phase Change Materials
作者: 林威佐
lin, wei-tso
關鍵字: MPCM;微膠囊相變化材料;phase change materials;microencapsulation;微膠囊;相變化材料
出版社: 精密工程學系所
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Phase Change Materials (PCM) is a material having energy store capability that can be used for temperature-controlled through absorbing or releasing heat. The study on the development of temperature-controlled material with PCM can be characteristic in the selection of PCM, and improvement of PCM, and the blending methods with the base material with respect to its heat transfer behavior in this study, with the use of cladding technology makes it possible to have PCM manufactured Microencapsulated Phase Change Materials (MPCM). This is a novel properties can be used in the application of temperature-controlled industry and construction. The performance experiments show that the temperature-controlled materials which content MPCM having the ability to delay the temperature arising or dropping form outside, moreover it was found that these temperature-controlled materials having different performance in heat transfer behavior due to the scale effects.
其他識別: U0005-2108200822523000
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