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000214875 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.2221/jcsj.50.72
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000214875 245__ $$aComprehensive Consideration on AMR Configuration for Magnetocaloric Heat Pump
000214875 260__ $$c2015
000214875 269__ $$a2015
000214875 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000214875 520__ $$aThis paper discusses the system performance of a magnetic heat pump with an active magnetic regenerator. The heat-transfer coefficient and pressure drop in the AMR are performed analytically. Measurements on the experimental magnetic heat pump test device are performed using distilled water as the working fluid. The coupling of a one-dimensional thermal model is presented. The thermal model takes into consideration the magneto-caloric effect as a source term and the energy conservation between a solid and a fluid. At cyclic steady states, the temperatures of the fluid on both sides of the regenerator are calculated numerically and compared with the measurement results. A reasonable agreement between simulations and experiments confirms the validity of the proposed model.
000214875 6531_ $$amagneto-caloric effect
000214875 6531_ $$aheat pump
000214875 6531_ $$aactive magnetic regenerator
000214875 6531_ $$anumerical simulatio
000214875 700__ $$aKawanami, Tsuyoshi
000214875 700__ $$aHirano, Shigeki
000214875 700__ $$aToba, Atsuya
000214875 700__ $$0249234$$aVuarnoz, Didier$$g263084
000214875 773__ $$j50$$k2$$q72-79$$tTEION KOGAKU (Journal of Cryogenics and Superconductivity Society of Japan)
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