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Experimental and multi-scale analysis of the thermal properties of Portland cement concretes embedded vith microencapsulated Phase Change Materials (PCMs)

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The present research deals with the investigation of a Portland cement concrete modified with organic microencapsulated Phase Change Materials (PCMs) named Micronal DS 5001 X, using experimental and homogenization approaches. First, a laboratory characterization of the PCM smart materials was performed using different experimental techniques. Second, different PCM-concrete mixtures were manufactured with different amounts of PCM. The specific heat capacity of PCM-concrete was analyzed by differential scanning calorimetry technique whereas the thermal conductivity was measured by hot disk. In addition, PCM-concrete mixes were subjected to artificial ageing then their thermal properties were analyzed. Besides, a homogenization approach was carried in order to predict the thermal conductivity of the PCM-concrete mixes. The results highlighted an improvement of the heat storage capacity of the PCM-concrete with the addition of PCMs. Moreover, a good correlation was noticed between the experience and the homogenization method for the thermal conductivity prediction.
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hal-00951942 , version 1 (25-02-2014)

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Anissa Eddhahak-Ouni, Sarra Drissi, Johan Colin, Jamel Néji, Sabine Caré. Experimental and multi-scale analysis of the thermal properties of Portland cement concretes embedded vith microencapsulated Phase Change Materials (PCMs). Applied Thermal Engineering, 2014, 64, pp.32-39. ⟨10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2013.11.050⟩. ⟨hal-00951942⟩
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