Project

Experiment and simulation on PCM heat storages

Publisher

Supervisor

Location

Greater Copenhagen area

PCM heat storages are a combination of heat storages and Phase Change materials (PCM), which can be used in energy systems for energy storage and supply. PCM heat storages can store higher energy than traditional water storages and undertake for peak shaving of high-energy consumption and load shifting heating demands.

 

This project aims to develop a simulation program of PCM heat storages and verified by experiments.

 

Programming work contains simulation of the PCM thermal behavior and the heat storage. Programming can be implemented in R, Fortran, Matlab or Python.

Experimental work includes heat loss tests, charge and discharge cycle tests for the PCM heat storage.  

 

This is a master thesis project.

Requirements

Basic programming experience is needed

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Contact

Company / Organization

DTU Byg

Name

Weiqiang Kong

Position

Forsker

Mail

weiko@byg.dtu.dk

Supervisor info

MSc in Civil Engineering

Supervisor

Weiqiang Kong

Co-supervisors

Mark Dannemand

ECTS credits

10 - 40

Type

MSc thesis

Must be completed

11128 or 11117

MSc in Computer Science and Engineering

Supervisor

Weiqiang Kong

Co-supervisors

Mark Dannemand

ECTS credits

10 - 40

Type

MSc thesis

Must be completed

11128 or 11117

MSc in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering

Supervisor

Weiqiang Kong

Co-supervisors

Mark Dannemand

ECTS credits

10 - 40

Type

MSc thesis

Must be completed

11128 or 11117

MSc in Mathematical Modelling and Computation

Supervisor

Weiqiang Kong

Co-supervisors

Mark Dannemand

ECTS credits

10 - 40

Type

MSc thesis

Must be completed

11128 or 11117

MSc in Sustainable Energy

Supervisor

Weiqiang Kong

Co-supervisors

Mark Dannemand

ECTS credits

10 - 40

Type

MSc thesis

Must be completed

11128 or 11117

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