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Experimental investigation of energy storage properties and thermal conductivity of a novel organic phase change material/MXene as A new class of nanocomposites

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Experimental investigation of energy storage properties and thermal conductivity of a novel organic phase change material/MXene as A new class of nanocomposites. / Aslfattahi, Navid; Saidur, R.; Arifutzzaman, A.; Sadri, R.; Bimbo, Nuno; Sabri, Mohd Faizul Mohd; Maughan, Phil; Bouscarrat, Luc; Dawson, Richard J.; Said, Suhana Mohd; Goh, Boon Tong; Sidik, Nor Azwadi Che.

In: Journal of Energy Storage, Vol. 27, 101115, 29.02.2020.

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Aslfattahi, N., Saidur, R., Arifutzzaman, A., Sadri, R., Bimbo, N., Sabri, M. F. M., Maughan, P., Bouscarrat, L., Dawson, R. J., Said, S. M., Goh, B. T., & Sidik, N. A. C. (2020). Experimental investigation of energy storage properties and thermal conductivity of a novel organic phase change material/MXene as A new class of nanocomposites. Journal of Energy Storage, 27, [101115]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.est.2019.101115

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Aslfattahi, Navid ; Saidur, R. ; Arifutzzaman, A. ; Sadri, R. ; Bimbo, Nuno ; Sabri, Mohd Faizul Mohd ; Maughan, Phil ; Bouscarrat, Luc ; Dawson, Richard J. ; Said, Suhana Mohd ; Goh, Boon Tong ; Sidik, Nor Azwadi Che. / Experimental investigation of energy storage properties and thermal conductivity of a novel organic phase change material/MXene as A new class of nanocomposites. In: Journal of Energy Storage. 2020 ; Vol. 27.

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title = "Experimental investigation of energy storage properties and thermal conductivity of a novel organic phase change material/MXene as A new class of nanocomposites",
abstract = "Energy storage is a global critical issue and important area of research as most of the renewable sources of energy are intermittent. In this research work, recently emerged inorganic nanomaterial (MXene) is used for the first time with paraffin wax as a phase change material (PCM) to improve its thermo-physical properties. This paper focuses on preparation, characterization, thermal properties and thermal stability of new class of nanocomposites induced with MXene nanoparticles in three different concentrations. Acquired absorbance (UV-Vis) for nanocomposite with loading concentration of 0.3 wt.% of MXene achieved ~39% enhancement in comparison with the pure paraffin wax. Thermal conductivity measurement for nanocomposites in a solid state is performed using a KD2 PRO decagon. The specific heat capacity (cp) of PCM based MXene is improved by introducing MXene. The improvement of cp is found to be 43% with 0.3 wt.% of MXene loaded in PCM. The highest thermal conductivity increment is found to be 16% at 0.3 wt.% concentration of MXene in PCM. Decomposition temperature of this new class of nanocomposite with 0.3 wt.% mass fraction is increased by ~6%. This improvement is beneficial in thermal energy storage and heat transfer applications.",
keywords = "MXene, PCM, Thermal energy storage, Thermal conductivity, Thermal stability",
author = "Navid Aslfattahi and R. Saidur and A. Arifutzzaman and R. Sadri and Nuno Bimbo and Sabri, {Mohd Faizul Mohd} and Phil Maughan and Luc Bouscarrat and Dawson, {Richard J.} and Said, {Suhana Mohd} and Goh, {Boon Tong} and Sidik, {Nor Azwadi Che}",
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AU - Aslfattahi, Navid

AU - Saidur, R.

AU - Arifutzzaman, A.

AU - Sadri, R.

AU - Bimbo, Nuno

AU - Sabri, Mohd Faizul Mohd

AU - Maughan, Phil

AU - Bouscarrat, Luc

AU - Dawson, Richard J.

AU - Said, Suhana Mohd

AU - Goh, Boon Tong

AU - Sidik, Nor Azwadi Che

N1 - This is the author’s version of a work that was accepted for publication in Journal of Energy Storage. Changes resulting from the publishing process, such as peer review, editing, corrections, structural formatting, and other quality control mechanisms may not be reflected in this document. Changes may have been made to this work since it was submitted for publication. A definitive version was subsequently published in Journal of Energy Storage, 27, 2020 DOI: 10.1016/j.est.2019.101115

PY - 2020/2/29

Y1 - 2020/2/29

N2 - Energy storage is a global critical issue and important area of research as most of the renewable sources of energy are intermittent. In this research work, recently emerged inorganic nanomaterial (MXene) is used for the first time with paraffin wax as a phase change material (PCM) to improve its thermo-physical properties. This paper focuses on preparation, characterization, thermal properties and thermal stability of new class of nanocomposites induced with MXene nanoparticles in three different concentrations. Acquired absorbance (UV-Vis) for nanocomposite with loading concentration of 0.3 wt.% of MXene achieved ~39% enhancement in comparison with the pure paraffin wax. Thermal conductivity measurement for nanocomposites in a solid state is performed using a KD2 PRO decagon. The specific heat capacity (cp) of PCM based MXene is improved by introducing MXene. The improvement of cp is found to be 43% with 0.3 wt.% of MXene loaded in PCM. The highest thermal conductivity increment is found to be 16% at 0.3 wt.% concentration of MXene in PCM. Decomposition temperature of this new class of nanocomposite with 0.3 wt.% mass fraction is increased by ~6%. This improvement is beneficial in thermal energy storage and heat transfer applications.

AB - Energy storage is a global critical issue and important area of research as most of the renewable sources of energy are intermittent. In this research work, recently emerged inorganic nanomaterial (MXene) is used for the first time with paraffin wax as a phase change material (PCM) to improve its thermo-physical properties. This paper focuses on preparation, characterization, thermal properties and thermal stability of new class of nanocomposites induced with MXene nanoparticles in three different concentrations. Acquired absorbance (UV-Vis) for nanocomposite with loading concentration of 0.3 wt.% of MXene achieved ~39% enhancement in comparison with the pure paraffin wax. Thermal conductivity measurement for nanocomposites in a solid state is performed using a KD2 PRO decagon. The specific heat capacity (cp) of PCM based MXene is improved by introducing MXene. The improvement of cp is found to be 43% with 0.3 wt.% of MXene loaded in PCM. The highest thermal conductivity increment is found to be 16% at 0.3 wt.% concentration of MXene in PCM. Decomposition temperature of this new class of nanocomposite with 0.3 wt.% mass fraction is increased by ~6%. This improvement is beneficial in thermal energy storage and heat transfer applications.

KW - MXene

KW - PCM

KW - Thermal energy storage

KW - Thermal conductivity

KW - Thermal stability

U2 - 10.1016/j.est.2019.101115

DO - 10.1016/j.est.2019.101115

M3 - Journal article

VL - 27

JO - Journal of Energy Storage

JF - Journal of Energy Storage

SN - 2352-152X

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