Therminol 55 - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. IMSU Post Utme Past Questions and Answers Free Download PDF. Uploaded by. Therminol 55 is a synthetic heat transfer fluid used in moderate temperature applications, for use in non-pressurized/low pressure, indirect heating systems. Therminol 55 is a synthetic heat transfer fluid used in moderate temperature applications. Therminol 55 fluid is designed for use in non-pressurized.
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Different metal cores have been investigated: indium 11 , 16 , 18 , 19 , bismuth 11 — 13 , 16 , 17 , tin 11 , 16 , 20 — 23 , cadmium 11 , lead 11 , 15 , zinc 24 , and their alloys 14 , 17 , Generally speaking, if metal cores are lower than 50 nm, lowering melting temperature and melting and crystallisation enthalpy values than those measured in the bulk material are observed due to the substantial contribution of the metal atoms near the shell 26 , In addition, lower crystallisation temperature values, defined as supercooling, are always found for this small nePCM.
The purity of the materials in the core and their small size prevent heterogeneous crystallisation as there are no nucleation spots inside the nuclei.
Thus, homogeneous nucleation takes place for crystallisation at a lower temperature. One important parameter in shell-type nePCM is the encapsulation ratio, which is defined as the ratio between the phase change enthalpy per unit of mass of nePCM and that of the PCM bulk material. Encapsulation ratios below 1 are due to both the mass contribution of the nePCM shell, which does not melt within the working temperature range of nePCM, and the reduced enthalpy due to size effects only for nePCM whose nuclei are smaller than 50 nm.
In order to maximise the nePCM latent heat contribution, the encapsulation ratio should be as high as possible, assuring shell mechanical integrity.
NePCM offer considerable advantages over conventional nanoparticles, such as major and better controlled heat capacity increments. However, two main drawbacks limit their application in nanofluids.
On one hand, complex chemical synthesis processes are needed to obtain shell-type nePCM, which involve at least four chemical processes: one to produce metal nanoparticles, a second one to grow a polymeric template around them, a third one to grow the silica or TOPO shell on the template, and a final one to eliminate the polymeric template.
Therefore, the difference between HTF charge and discharge temperatures should at least be the same as between the melting and supercooled crystallisation. This way, supercooling limits the impact of the nePCM latent heat contribution to the heat capacity of the base fluid, as the energy absorbed in the charging stage of the process will be released at a lower temperature in the discharge. In this work, two new approaches to overcome the drawbacks of nePCM are proposed and experimentally checked.
It is firstly shown that a metal oxide shell is produced during the metal nanoparticle fabrication process by standard commercial methods, which can be used as self-encapsulation for static and dynamic conditions to avoid complex chemical processes to create shell-type nePCM. It is secondly shown that non-eutectic metal alloy cores can eliminate the supercooling effect by using solid-phase remainders as nucleation spots during the crystallisation process.
This latter approach, along with the proper alloy composition selection and a known value of the maximum working temperature of the HTF, enables a form of thermal management of the nePCM inside HTF with a tunable discharge temperature.
Depicted size distribution shows that the mean diameter of nanoparticles is larger than the value provided by the supplier, especially for the Sn 60—80 nm sample. The presence of the shell covering the metallic nucleus is seen as a slightly paler layer in both images Fig.
Therminol VP-1 is thermally stable and suitable for operation over long periods at bulk temperatures up to C. Vapour freed into the air rapidly cools to below the fire point.
High pressure mists, however, can form an explosive mixture with air. Other samples might exhibit slightly different data. Specifications are subject to change. Write to Solutia for current sales specifications.
K Heat Capacity. K Dynamic mpa. K mpa. As a user s process temperature demands change there is always a Therminol fluid capable of meeting the new requirements. In addition, Therminol fluids are often interchangeable allowing conversion by a simple top-up procedure where this is preferred.
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