New materials for adsorption heat transformation and storage

Stefan K. Henninger, Sebastian Johannes Ernst, Larisa Gordeeva, Phillip Bendix, Dominik Fröhlich, Alexandra D. Grekova, Lucio Bonaccorsi, Yuri Aristov, Jochen Jaenchen

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Abstract

Great current progress in the materials science offers an enormous choice of novel adsorbents which may be promising for transformation and storage of low temperature heat, e.g. from renewable heat sources. This paper gives an overview of recent trends and achievements in this field. We consider possible optimization of zeolites by dealumination, further development on aluminophosphates, composites “salt in porous host matrice” and metal-organic frameworks which are currently receiving the largest share of scientific attention. The particular attention is focused on the chemical nano-tailoring and tunable adsorption behavior of these materials to satisfy the demands of appropriate heat transformation cycles. We hope that this review will give new impact on target-oriented research on the novel adsorbents for heat transformation and storage.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)59-68
Number of pages10
JournalRenewable Energy
Volume110
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2017

Keywords

  • Adsorption heat storage
  • Aluminophosphates
  • Composite sorbents
  • Metal-organic frameworks
  • Zeolites
  • ENERGY STORAGE
  • IMPREGNATED DESICCANT MATRICES
  • COMPOSITE SORBENTS
  • ADSORBENT COATINGS
  • WATER-VAPOR SORPTION
  • METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS
  • SAPO-34 MOLECULAR-SIEVE
  • CATALYTIC-PROPERTIES
  • ZEOLITES
  • CALCIUM-CHLORIDE

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