Appreciation of the delay in the benefits of the thermal energy released by PCM in civil engineering structures

Abstract : To optimize de-icers use in winter on roads and airports, some sustainable solutions were promoted in a global project entitled "Roads of the Future". PCM into pavements were then considered to rely on the released enthalpy to delay the occurrence of black ice or snow accumulation. Coupling a spectroscopic monitoring of the PCM behavior and thermography on pavement surface indicated a significant delay between the phase change and the thermal manifestation of the released energy. Considering an accurate description of PCM according to cooling weather phenomena, these elements might provide valuable information for numerical models.
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Nicolas Le Touz, M Marchetti, Jean Dumoulin, Laurent Peiffer, A. Escal, et al.. Appreciation of the delay in the benefits of the thermal energy released by PCM in civil engineering structures. QIRT 2018 - 14th Quantitative InfraRed Thermography Conference, Jun 2018, Berlin, Germany. pp.1-9. ⟨hal-01891265⟩

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