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DOI 10.1016/j.apenergy.2014.08.104
Titel (primär) The influence of gas–solid reaction kinetics in models of thermochemical heat storage under monotonic and cyclic loading
Autor Nagel, T.; Shao, H. ORCID logo ; Roßkopf, C.; Linder, M.; Wörner, A.; Kolditz, O. ORCID logo
Quelle Applied Energy
Erscheinungsjahr 2014
Department ENVINF
Band/Volume 136
Seite von 289
Seite bis 302
Sprache englisch
Keywords Thermo-chemical heat storage; Calcium hydroxide/oxide; Porous media; Reaction kinetics; Finite element method; OGS
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Abstract Thermochemical reactions can be employed in heat storage devices. The choice of suitable reactive material pairs involves a thorough kinetic characterisation by, e.g., extensive thermogravimetric measurements. Before testing a material on a reactor level, simulations with models based on the Theory of Porous Media can be used to establish its suitability. The extent to which the accuracy of the kinetic model influences the results of such simulations is unknown yet fundamental to the validity of simulations based on chemical models of differing complexity. In this article we therefore compared simulation results on the reactor level based on an advanced kinetic characterisation of a calcium oxide/hydroxide system to those obtained by a simplified kinetic model. Since energy storage is often used for short term load buffering, the internal reactor behaviour is analysed under cyclic partial loading and unloading in addition to full monotonic charge/discharge operation. It was found that the predictions by both models were very similar qualitatively and quantitatively in terms of thermal power characteristics, conversion profiles, temperature output, reaction duration and pumping powers. Major differences were, however, observed for the reaction rate profiles themselves. We conclude that for systems not limited by kinetics the simplified model seems sufficient to estimate the reactor behaviour. The degree of material usage within the reactor was further shown to strongly vary under cyclic loading conditions and should be considered when designing systems for certain operating regimes
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Nagel, T., Shao, H., Roßkopf, C., Linder, M., Wörner, A., Kolditz, O. (2014):
The influence of gas–solid reaction kinetics in models of thermochemical heat storage under monotonic and cyclic loading
Appl. Energy 136 , 289 - 302 10.1016/j.apenergy.2014.08.104