An Integrated Approach to Assess the Impact of PCM [Phase Change Material] to Reduce the Energy Consumption in Buildings-a Review

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    • Mr. K.Pavan Kumar Reddy
    • Dr. B. Nageswara Rao
    • Dr. M. Srinivasa Reddy
  • The achievable joining of Phase Change Material [PCM] in building materials has pulled in a lot of examination intrigue overall due to the need on a dangerous atmospheric deviation and further more the capacity of PCMs to reduce vitality utilization in structures owing to their warm vitality stockpiling capacities. As a substance with high warmth  of combination, PCM is equipped for putting away and discharging enormous measures of vitality inside the assortment of inert warmt in liquefying and hardening forms at the specific change temperature. For as long as 25 years,critical examination has been attempted on potential utilization of PCMs in concrete. Latent Heat Storage [LHS] aimed a PCM is unbelievably alluring because of its high vitality stockpiling thickness and its isothermal conduct all through the stage change process. Expanding the warm stockpiling ability of a building will upgrade the human solace by diminishing the recurrence of inside air temperature swings all together that the inside air temperature is nearer to the pre defined temperature for a broadened measure of time.

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    Reddy, M. K. K., Rao, D. B. N., & Reddy, D. M. S. (2018). An Integrated Approach to Assess the Impact of PCM [Phase Change Material] to Reduce the Energy Consumption in Buildings-a Review. International Journal of Engineering & Technology, 7(4.24), 100-102.