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Email this article Login required. About The Authors J. Plagiarism Detection Tool. Journal covered by. Use and distribution license. Keywords Aggregate Characterization Composite Compressive strength Concrete Durability Mechanical properties Mortar Portland cement Waste treatment cement characterization compressive strength concrete corrosion durability fly ash mechanical properties microstructure mortar physical properties. Identification of best available thermal energy storage compounds for low-to-moderate temperature storage applications in buildings. Abstract Over the last 40 years different thermal energy storage materials have been investigated with the aim of enhancing energy efficiency in buildings, improving systems performance, and increasing the share of renewable energies.

However, the main requirements for their efficient implementation are not fully met by most of them. This paper develops a comparative review of thermophysical properties of materials reported in the literature. A group of salt hydrates and inorganic eutectics have been identified as the most promising for the development of competitive thermal storage materials for cooling, heating and comfort applications in the short-term.

In the long-term, thermochemical storage materials seem promising. However, additional research efforts are required. Keywords Thermal energy; Characterization; Thermal energy storage materials; Phase change materials; Thermophysical properties.

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