Adriano Sciacovelli
Adriano Sciacovelli
University of Birmingham
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Maximization of performance of a PCM latent heat storage system with innovative fins
A Sciacovelli, F Gagliardi, V Verda
Applied Energy 137, 707-715, 2015
Liquid air energy storage (LAES) with packed bed cold thermal storage–From component to system level performance through dynamic modelling
A Sciacovelli, A Vecchi, Y Ding
Applied energy 190, 84-98, 2017
Dynamic simulation of Adiabatic Compressed Air Energy Storage (A-CAES) plant with integrated thermal storage–Link between components performance and plant performance
A Sciacovelli, Y Li, H Chen, Y Wu, J Wang, S Garvey, Y Ding
Applied energy 185, 16-28, 2017
Design of effective fins for fast PCM melting and solidification in shell-and-tube latent heat thermal energy storage through topology optimization
A Pizzolato, A Sharma, K Maute, A Sciacovelli, V Verda
Applied Energy 208, 210-227, 2017
Entropy generation analysis as a design tool—A review
A Sciacovelli, V Verda, E Sciubba
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 43, 1167-1181, 2015
Melting of PCM in a thermal energy storage unit: Numerical investigation and effect of nanoparticle enhancement
A Sciacovelli, F Colella, V Verda
International Journal of Energy Research 37 (13), 1610-1623, 2013
Optimal operation of large district heating networks through fast fluid-dynamic simulation
E Guelpa, C Toro, A Sciacovelli, R Melli, E Sciubba, V Verda
Energy 102, 586-595, 2016
Liquid air energy storage (LAES): A review on technology state-of-the-art, integration pathways and future perspectives
A Vecchi, Y Li, Y Ding, P Mancarella, A Sciacovelli
Advances in Applied Energy 3, 100047, 2021
Topology optimization for heat transfer enhancement in latent heat thermal energy storage
A Pizzolato, A Sharma, K Maute, A Sciacovelli, V Verda
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 113, 875-888, 2017
Peak-shaving in district heating systems through optimal management of the thermal request of buildings
E Guelpa, G Barbero, A Sciacovelli, V Verda
Energy 137, 706-714, 2017
Enhanced heat transfer in a parabolic trough solar receiver by inserting rods and using molten salt as heat transfer fluid
C Chang, A Sciacovelli, Z Wu, X Li, Y Li, M Zhao, J Deng, Z Wang, Y Ding
Applied Energy 220, 337-350, 2018
Thermo-fluid dynamic model of large district heating networks for the analysis of primary energy savings
E Guelpa, A Sciacovelli, V Verda
Energy 184, 34-44, 2019
Numerical analysis of a medium scale latent energy storage unit for district heating systems
F Colella, A Sciacovelli, V Verda
Energy 45 (1), 397-406, 2012
Entropy generation analysis for the design improvement of a latent heat storage system
E Guelpa, A Sciacovelli, V Verda
Energy 53, 128-138, 2013
Maximization of performance in multi-tube latent heat storage–Optimization of fins topology, effect of materials selection and flow arrangements
A Pizzolato, A Sharma, R Ge, K Maute, V Verda, A Sciacovelli
Energy 203, 114797, 2020
Key components for Carnot Battery: Technology review, technical barriers and selection criteria
T Liang, A Vecchi, K Knobloch, A Sciacovelli, K Engelbrecht, Y Li, Y Ding
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 163, 112478, 2022
Entropy generation analysis in a monolithic-type solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC)
A Sciacovelli, V Verda
Energy 34 (7), 850-865, 2009
Hybrid strontium bromide-natural graphite composites for low to medium temperature thermochemical energy storage: Formulation, fabrication and performance investigation
A Cammarata, V Verda, A Sciacovelli, Y Ding
Energy conversion and management 166, 233-240, 2018
Carnot Battery development: A review on system performance, applications and commercial state-of-the-art
A Vecchi, K Knobloch, T Liang, H Kildahl, A Sciacovelli, K Engelbrecht, ...
Journal of Energy Storage 55, 105782, 2022
Recent advances on thermal energy storage using metal-organic frameworks (MOFs)
N Makhanya, B Oboirien, J Ren, N Musyoka, A Sciacovelli
Journal of Energy Storage 34, 102179, 2021
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