Consul Serracanta, Ricard
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  • Numerical model for the calculation of integrated heat pump and solar thermal systems for combined heating and domestic hot water applications

     Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Piedra Van Dommelen, Lissette; Montserrat Jorda, Jose
    Congreso Ibérico de Ciencias y Técnicas del Frío
    Presentation's date: 2014-06-18
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  • Dynamic modelling of flat plate solar collectors: analysis and validation under thermosyphon conditions

     Carbonell Sánchez, Daniel; Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard
    Solar energy
    Date of publication: 2013-03-01
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    Two collector models were analyzed under thermosyphon solar thermal system conditions: an extension of the physical model described by Duffie and Beckman (1991) and a modified correlation model based on the test efficiency curve obtained from European Standards. Special attention was paid to the body forces term of the momentum equation, a key aspect for thermosyphon system calculations. The models were verified and validated using a virtual test that numerically reproduces efficiency curves according to EN12975 (2006). A virtual test generated to represent thermosyphon unsteady system conditions was used to analyze model response under transient conditions. The Extended Duffie–Beckman model was shown to perform well when submitted to strong unsteady boundary conditions such as inlet fluid temperature, irradiance and mass flow rate. The model based on the efficiency curve was shown to work well for time steps larger than the collector residence time. However, for lower time steps, the model was found to be inaccurate due to the hypothesis of a single control volume for the fluid analysis. For the same reason, besides the assumption of a first order temperature profile in the fluid flow, the model was not capable to predict a physical behavior when submitted to strong variations of the fluid inlet temperature.

  • Numerical model for the calculation of integrated heat pump and solar thermal systems for combined heating and domestic hot water applications

     Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Piedra Van Dommelen, Lissette; Montserrat Jorda, Jose
    ISES Solar World Congress
    Presentation's date: 2013-11
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  • Automatation of solar thermal domestic hot water systems budget preparation

     Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard
    ISES Solar World Congress
    Presentation's date: 2013-11
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  • The OmniluS Project

     Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard; González Valero, Aitor; Ruiz Mansilla, Rafael
    ISES Solar World Congress
    Presentation's date: 2013-11
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  • On-line application for the calculation of shadows on collecting surfaces

     Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Ruiz Mansilla, Rafael
    ISES Solar World Congress
    Presentation's date: 2013-11
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  • Resultats tasca 4 del conveni C08496 al finalitzar la fase 4

     Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi
    Date: 2013-01-21
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    Numerical analysis of heat pumps models: comparative study between equation-fit and refrigerant cycle based models  Open access

     Carbonell Sánchez, Daniel; Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Pärlisch, P.; Consul Serracanta, Ricard
    International Conference on Solar Heating, Cooling and Buildings
    Presentation's date: 2012-09-19
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    An equation-fit (EF) and a refrigerant cycle (RC) based heat pump models have been implemented, validated, analyzed and compared to each other under steady state conditions for a brine to water heat pump. Models validations have been provided through comparisons against experimental data obtained at ISFH. The advantages and disadvantages of the both models have been identified. This work provides significant inputs regarding the selection of a specific model depending on the needs. Analysis of mass flow rates and calculations far from typical catalogue data (non-standard conditions) are provided. The main conclusions can be summarized as: i) the EF model is recommended when the boundary conditions for the estimation and prediction modes are the same and when non-standard conditions are considered; ii) the RC model is the chosen alternative when the mass flow rates are modified from the estimation to the prediction mode.

  • Herramienta online gratuita para el cálculo de sombras en campos de captadores

     Carbonell Sánchez, Daniel; Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard
    Congreso Ibérico y Congreso Iberoamericano de Energía Solar
    Presentation's date: 2012-06-21
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  • Resultats tasca 2 del conveni C08496 al finalitzar la fase 2

     Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi
    Date: 2012-04-02
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  • Resultats tasca 3 del conveni C08496 al finalitzar la fase 3

     Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi
    Date: 2012-09-10
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  • A transient model for radiant heating and cooling terminal heat exchangers applied to radiant floors and ceiling panels

     Carbonell Sánchez, Daniel; Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard
    ISES Solar World Congress
    Presentation's date: 2011-09-01
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    Renewable energy technologies for heating and cooling can be often optimized using low temperatures in the terminal heat exchangers for heating and the opposite for cooling. For example, thermal and electrical driven heat pumps have higher coefficient of performance (COP) for low impulse heating temperature and relatively high cooling temperature. If solar energy is directly used for heating purposes also a low temperature is necessary. Using this range of temperatures, a large exchange area is needed in order to obtain the desired conditions. In this sense, radiant floors and ceilings can be used with the objective to reduce the impulse water temperature in winter and increase it in summer to obtain high energy savings. However, a careful design and optimal control strategy are important to reach expected energy savings. Therefore, a model capable to capture transient effects, system control strategies, and it’s coupling with building energy simulation, is of importance. A transient numerical model for radiant floors and ceilings is presented and validated. The model has been implemented in RDmes online web platform and can solve both steady state and transient situations for sizing and predicting respectively. The radiant floor model has been developed to be used in the framework of the IEA-Task44 and the radiant ceiling has been employed in the FREDSOL project. The model developed is based on the composite fin model for radiant floor described by Kilkis et. al. (1994) coupled with a multi layer model and a step-by-step algorithm. The multi layer model solves the transient one-dimensional conduction behavior of the different layers. The two models are coupled considering the heat flow from the pipe as a sink source term in a typical transient conduction problem. The similar concept was used in the collector model presented by Cadafalch (2009). The step-by-step algorithm solves the fluid flow in one dimension. In the paper, an explanation of the mathematical formulation and numerical algorithm is provided in detail. A validation has been realized by means of experimental data comparisons from other references. Computational results have been analyzed and compared with other models presented in the test cases summarized in.

  • DESARROLLO METODOS SIMPLIFICADOS CALCULO OPTIMO DISEÑO SISTEMAS Y EQUIPOS TERMICOS PARA ENERGIA SOLAR GEOTERMIA...

     Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Bruque Calero, Ivan; Consul Serracanta, Ricard
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  • RDBase: informe final

     Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard
    Date: 2011-01-20
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  • Identificació i estandardització de les configuracions d¿instal¿lacions solars tèrmiques

     Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi
    Date: 2011-12-12
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  • Air conditioning solar plant for a small office located in a mediterranean climate

     Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Carbonell Sánchez, Daniel; Levi, Martin Ivan
    International Conference on Solar Heating, Cooling and Buildings
    Presentation's date: 2010-09-30
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  • Sistema de adquisición de datos y control MAC

     Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Levi, Martin Ivan
    Date: 2010-12-31
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  • Montaje y comprobación de las unidades de adquisición y control MACs

     Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Levi, Martin Ivan
    Date: 2010-12-31
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  • Montaje y comprobación del cableado de los cabezales de medida de temperatura

     Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Levi, Martin Ivan
    Date: 2010-12-31
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  • Cables alargadores para termopares

     Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Levi, Martin Ivan
    Date: 2010-12-31
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  • Montaje, soldadura y comprobación de los cables de alargo de los cabezales PT-100

     Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Levi, Martin Ivan
    Date: 2010-12-31
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  • RDBase: informe de seguimiento 3

     Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard
    Date: 2010-02-02
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  • Montaje, soldadura y comprobación de señales con conectores de tipo microfónico normalizados

     Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Levi, Martin Ivan
    Date: 2010-12-31
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  • Desarrollo de un sistema solar térmico de producción de ACS con fluidos caloportadores de cambio de fase líquido-gas

     Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard; García Valladares, Octavio
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  • Analysis of the flamelet concept in the numerical simulation of laminar partially premixed flames

     Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Oliva Llena, Asensio; Perez Segarra, Carlos David; Carbonell, D; Goey, De Lp H
    Combustion and flame
    Date of publication: 2008-01
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  • Coupled radiation and natural convection: Different approaches of the slw model for a non-gray gas mixture

     COLOMER, G; Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Oliva Llena, Asensio
    Journal of quantitative spectroscopy and radiative transfer
    Date of publication: 2007-09
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  • Analysis of the laminar flamelet concept for non-premixed laminar flames

     Claramunt, K; Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Carbonell, D; Perez Segarra, Carlos David
    Combustion and flame
    Date of publication: 2006-06
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  • Numerical Techniques for solving the Navier-Stokes Equations on Complex Geometries

     Lifante Navarrete, Concepcio
    Defense's date: 2006-07-28
    Department of Heat Engines, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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  • Numerical methods for radiative heat transfer  Open access

     Colomer Rey, Guillem
    Defense's date: 2006-06-26
    Department of Heat Engines, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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    L'objectiu principal d'aquesta tesi es l'estudi de la transferència d'energia per radiació. Per aquest motiu, s'ha estudiat la fenomenologia bàsica de la transferencia de calor per radiació. Tenint en compte el tipus d'equació que descriu aquesta transferència d'energia, aquesta tesi esta encarada als metodes numèrics que ens permetran incorporar la radiació en els nostres càlculs. Donat que aquest és el primer treball d'aquestes característiques en el grup de recerca CTTC ("Centre Tecnològic de Transferència de Calor"), està limitat a geometries senzilles, cartesianes i cilíndriques. En el capítol 1 s'exposa una breu introducció a la transferència d'energia per radiació, i una explicació de les equacions que la governen. Es tracta de l'equació del transport radiatiu, formulada en termes dels coeficients d'absorció i de dispersió, i l'equació de l'energia. També s'indica quan cal tenir en compte aquest fenòmen, i a més a més, es defineixen totes les magnituds i conceptes que s'han utilitzat en aquesta tesi. També es dóna una breu descripció d'algunes simplificacions que es poden fer a les equacions governants. El mètode de les radiositats s'explica en el capítol 2. També s'hi descriu un procediment numèric que permet calcular els factors de vista en geometries amb simetria cilíndrica, i es presenten resultats obtinguts amb el mètode descrit. Tot i que aquest capítol està una mica deslligat de la resta de la tesi, l'algoritme ideat per tractar geometries tridimensionals amb un temps computacional molt proper al de geometries bidimensionals, sense un increment de memòria apreciable, dóna uns resultats prou bons com per formar part de la tesi. El mètode de les ordenades discretes (DOM) es detalla en el capítol 3. L'aspecte més important d'aquest mètode es l'elecció del conjunt d'ordenades per integrar l'equació del transport radiatiu. S'enumeren quines propietats han d'acomplir aquests conjunts. S'hi explica amb detall la discretització de la equació del transport radiatiu, tant en coordenades cartesianes com en cilíndriques. Es presenten també alguns resultats ilustratius obtinguts amb aquest mètode. En el moment en que es vol resoldre un problema real, cal tenir present que el coeficients d'absorció pot dependre bruscament de la longitud d'ona de la radiació. En aquesta tesi s'ha considerat aquesta dependència amb especial interés, en el capítol 4. Aquest interès ha motivat una recerca bibliogràfica sobre la modelització aquesta forta dependència espectral del coeficient d'absorció. Aquesta recerca s'ha dirigit també a l'estudi dels diferents models numèrics existents capaços d'abordar-la, i de resoldre la equació del transport radiatiu en aquestes condicions. Es descriuen diversos mètodes, i, d'aquests, se n'han implementat dos: el mètode de la suma ponderada de gasos grisos (WSGG), i el mètode de la suma de gasos grisos ponderada per línies espectrals (SLW). S'hi presenten també resultats ilustratius.S'han realitzat multitud de proves en el codi numèric resultant de l'elaboració d'aquesta tesi. Tenint en compte els resultats obtinguts, es pot dir que els objectius proposats a l'inici de la tesi s'han acomplert. Com a demostració de la utilitat del codi resultant, aquest ha estat integrat en un codi de proposit general (DPC), resultat del treball de molts investigadors en els darrers anys. Aquesta esmentada integració permet la resolució de problemes combinats de transferència de calor, analitzats en els capítols 5 i 6, on la radiació s'acobla amb la transferència de calor per convecció. La influència de la radiació en la transferència total de calor s'estudia en el capítol 5, publicat a la International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, volum 47 (núm. 2), pàg. 257-269, 2004. En el capítol 6, s'analitza l'efecte d'alguns paràmetres del mètode SLW en un problema combinat de transferència de calor. Aquest capítol s'ha enviat a la revista Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, per què en consideri la publicació.

    The main objective of the present thesis is to study the energy transfer by means of radiation. Therefore, the basic phenomenology of radiative heat transfer has been studied. However, considering the nature of the equation that describes such energy transfer, this work is focussed on the numerical methods which will allow us to take radiation into account, for both transparent and participating media. Being this the first effort within the CTTC ("Centre Tecnològic de Transferència de Calor") research group on this subject, it is limited to simple cartesian and cylindrical geometries.For this purpose, chapter 1 contains an introduction to radiative energy transfer and the basic equations that govern radiative transfer are discussed. These are the radiative transfer equation, formulated in terms of the absorption and scattering coefficients, and the energy equation. It is also given a discussion on when this mode of energy transfer should be considered. In this chapter are also defined all of the magnitudes and concepts used throughout this work. It ends with a brief description of some approximate methods to take radiation into account.The Radiosity Irradiosity Method is introduced in chapter 2. In this chapter it is also described a numerical method to calculate the view factors for axial symmetric geometries. The main results obtained in such geometries are also presented. Although a little disconnected from the rest of the present thesis, the algorithm used to handle "de facto"' three dimensional geometries with computation time just a little longer than two dimensional cases, with no additional memory consumption, is considered worthy enough to be included in this work.In chapter 3, the Discrete Ordinates Method (DOM) is detailed. The fundamental aspect of this method is the choice of an ordinate set to integrate the radiative transfer equation. The characterization of such valuable ordinate sets is laid out properly. The discretization of the radiative transfer equation is explained in etail. The direct solution procedure is also outlined. Finally, illustrative results obtained with the DOM under several conditions are presented.In the moment we wish to solve real problems, we face the fact that the absorption and scattering coefficients depend strongly on radiation wavelength. In the present thesis, special emphasis has been placed on studying the radiative properties of real gases in chapter 4. This interest resulted on a bibliographical research on how the wavenumber dependence of the absorption coefficient is modeled and estimated. Furthermore, this bibliographical research was focussed also on numerical models able to handle such wavenumber dependence. Several methods are discussed, and two of them, namely the Weighted Sum of Gray Gases (WSGG) and the Spectral Line Weighted sum of gray gases (SLW), have been implemented to perform non gray calculations. Some significant results are shown.Plenty of tests have been performed to the numerical code that resulted from the elaboration of this thesis. According to the results obtained, the objectives proposed in this thesis have been satisfied. As a demonstration of the usefulness of the implemented code, it has been succesfully integrated to a general purpose computational fluid dynamics code (DPC), fruit of the effort of many researchers during many years. Results of the above integration lead to the resolution of combined heat transfer problems, that are analyzed in chapters 5 and 6, where radiative heat transfer is coupled to convection heat transfer. The effect of radiation on the total heat transfer is studied in chapter 5, which has been published as International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, volume 47 (issue 2), pages 257--269, year 2004. In chapter 6, the impact of some parameters of the SLW model on a combined heat transfer problem is analyzed. This chapter has been submitted for publication at the Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer.

  • Design and optimisation of hybrid latent/sensible storage devices for combined thermal solar energy applications ("HYDRA", CRAFT-1999-72475)

     Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Oliva Llena, Asensio
    International Conference on Solar Heating, Cooling and Buildings
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  • Detailed model for the virtual prototyping of flat plate solar thermal devices

     Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Oliva Llena, Asensio
    International Conference on Solar Heating, Cooling and Buildings
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  • Numerical Simulation of Non-premixed Laminar and Turbulent Flames by means of Flamelet Modelling Approaches.  Open access

     Claramunt Altimira, Kilian
    Defense's date: 2005-02-18
    Department of Heat Engines, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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    Deep knowledge of combustion phenomena is of great scientific and technological interest. In fact, better design of combustion equipments (furnaces, boilers, engines, etc) can contribute both in the energy efficiency and in the reduction of pollutant formation. One of the limitations to design combustion equipments, or even predict simple flames, is the resolution of the mathematical formulation. Analytical solutions are not feasible, and recently numerical techniques have received enormous interest. Even though the ever-increasing computational capacity, the numerical resolution requires large computational resources due to the inherent complexity of the phenomenon (viz. multidimensional flames, finite rate kinetics, radiation in participating media, turbulence, etc). Thus, development of capable mathematical models reducing the complexity and the stiffness as well as efficient numerical techniques are of great interest.The main contribution of the thesis is the analysis and application of the laminar flamelet concept to the numerical simulation of both laminar and turbulent non-premixed flames. Assuming a one-dimensional behavior of combustion phenomena in the normal direction to the flame front, and considering an appropriate coordinates transformation, flamelet approaches reduce the complexity of the problem.The numerical methodology employed is based on the finite volume technique and a parallel multiblock algorithm is used obtaining an excellent parallel efficiency. A post-processing verification tool is applied to assess the quality of the numerical solutions.Before dealing with flamelet approaches, a co-flow partially premixed methane/air laminar flame is studied for different levels of partial premixing. A comprehensive study is performed considering different mathematical formulations based on the full resolution of the governing equations and their validation against experimental data from the literature. Special attention is paid to the prediction of pollutant formation.After the full resolution of the governing equations, the mathematical formulation of the flamelet equations and a deep study of the hypothesis assumed are presented. The non-premixed methane/air laminar flame is considered to apply the flamelet modelling approach, comparing the results with the simulations obtained with the full resolution of the governing equations. Steady flamelets show a proper performance to predict the main flame features when differential diffusion and radiation are neglected, while unsteady flamelets are more suitable to account for these effects as well as pollutant formation. Assumptions of the flamelet equations, the scalar dissipation rate modelling, and the evaluation of the Lagrangian flamelet time for unsteady flamelets are specially analysed. For the numerical simulation of turbulent flames, the mathematical formulation based on mass-weighted time-averaging techniques, using RANS EVM two-equation models is considered. The laminar flamelet concept with a presumed PDF is taken into account. An extended Eddy Dissipation Concept model is also applied for comparison purposes. A piloted non-premixed methane/air turbulent flame is studied comparing the numerical results with experimental data from the literature. A clear improvement in the prediction of slow processes is shown when the transient term in the flamelet equations is retained. Radiation is a key aspect to properly define the thermal field and, consequently, species such as nitrogen oxides. Finally, the consideration of the round-jet anomaly is of significant importance to estimate the flame front position.In conclusion, flamelet modelling simulations are revealed to be an accurate approach for the numerical simulation of laminar and turbulent non-premixed flames. Detailed chemistry can be taken into account and the stiffness of the chemistry term is solved in a pre-processing task. Pollutant formation can be predicted considering unsteady flamelets.

  • Task 6. Construction of a solar demonstration plant equipped

     Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Oliva Llena, Asensio
    Date: 2005-05
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  • Applied mathematical modeling

     Consul Serracanta, Ricard
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  • Task 4. Combined solar systems optimisation studies

     Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Oliva Llena, Asensio
    Date: 2005-03
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  • Task 5. Prototypes design, construction, testing and results

     Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Oliva Llena, Asensio
    Date: 2005-04
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  • 3rd Management Report

     Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Oliva Llena, Asensio
    Date: 2005-01
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  • Task 3.1. Storage device thermal design.

     Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Oliva Llena, Asensio
    Date: 2005-01
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  • Final Report-Publishable

     Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Oliva Llena, Asensio
    Date: 2005-07
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  • Final Report-Confidential

     Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Oliva Llena, Asensio
    Date: 2005-07
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  • OPICS, CRAFT-1999-70604, E00752: Final Report -Confidential-

     Cadafalch Rabasa, Jordi; Oliva Llena, Asensio; Consul Serracanta, Ricard; Farre Desongles, Carles
    Date: 2005-01
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