Supporting data - Impact of hysteresis on cooling performance of caloric materials
datasetposted on 08.06.2020 by Marvin Masche, Lucia Ianniciello, Kurt Engelbrecht, Jaka Tušek
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Supporting data for publication 'Impact of hysteresis on caloric cooling performance". The paper is submitted to the International Journal of Refrigeration. The authors are awaiting link/DOI to the article.
The data comprise:
1) An Excel file presenting the modeling results from the 1D regenerator model with hysteresis term (Qhys) to predict how modeled materials with a range of hysteresis values affect the cooling performance, including COP and cooling performance (Pcool). The Excel file presents the results for the six model materials, which have different physical (and thermodynamic) properties, i.e., specific heat capacity at zero field (c) and isothermal entropy change (s). For example, the material 'LoCLoS' has both a low specific heat capacitiy and a low isothermal entropy change.
2) An MS Word document with the additional Figs. S1 and S2 showing the modeled COPs for five model materials for a design cooling power of 50 W as a function of cycle frequency for different hysteresis values. The document also comprises a Table S1 presenting the modeled COPs for a design cooling power of 300 W as a function of cycle frequency for different hysteresis values.