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     Introduction                                                              H f  H f ,A  X W ,A  H f ,B  XW ,B                   (1)

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                                                                               ln X A,l            T  T                          (2)
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     1.   Experimental
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     2.   Results and Discussion
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                                                                            . Table 1 shows the chloride content.


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    Table 1      Distribution of the MCH … PCM mixture

                                 MCH content [%]
      Height from
                          Solidification     Solidification
      bottom [cm]
                           without X            with X
            0                 1.62               2.27
           100                 0.68               0.56
           200                 9.83               0.22
           300                 8.61               9.22



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Conclusions
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Acknowledgements
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Nomenclature
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Bf        =      latent heat                          [kJ/kg]
cads      =      adsorbed amount of water  [kg-H2O/kg-zeolite]
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Literature Cited
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    Polyalcohols Mixtures for Latent Heat Storage between 80 and
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Hamamoto, Y., S. Murase, J. Okajima, F. Matsuoka, A. Akisawa and
    T. Kashiwagi; “Analysis of Heat and Mass Transfer in a
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Koshijima, T., C. Shibata, T. Toishi, K. Norimoto and S. Yamada;
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    Gijutsu Shusei), p. 9, NTS Inc. (2004)




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