Aluminium fumarate and CPO-27(Ni) MOFs: characterization and thermodynamic analysis for adsorption heat pump applications

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@article{89154156d6e24604a05d90c7b1645299,
title = "Aluminium fumarate and CPO-27(Ni) MOFs: characterization and thermodynamic analysis for adsorption heat pump applications",
abstract = "Metal-Organic Framework (MOF) materials are new porous materials with high surface area, pore size and volume, and tunable pore geometry thus providing high adsorption capacity. Currently, limited MOF materials with high water adsorption capabilities and hydrothermal stability are available on a large scale. Two MOF materials namely CPO-27(Ni) and aluminium fumarate have been identified to have a high hydrothermal stability, high water uptake of 0.47 gH2O.gads-1 and 0.53 gH2O.gads-1 at a relative pressure of 0.9 and are commercially available. This work aims to measure the water adsorption characteristics of these two MOF materials in terms of isotherms, kinetics and cyclic stability. Also the thermodynamic cycle performance of such materials based on their equilibrium adsorption data was investigated under different operating conditions for various adsorption applications such as heating, cooling and water desalination. Results showed that the CPO-27(Ni)/water pair outperformed the aluminium fumarate/water pair at low evaporation temperatures (5oC) and high desorption temperatures (≥ 90oC), while the aluminium fumarate/water pair was more suitable for applications requiring high evaporation temperature (20oC) and/or low desorption temperature (70oC).",
keywords = "Metal-Organic Framework, Characterisation, Adsorption, Heat Pump, Refrigeration, Desalination",
author = "Eman Hussein and Raya Al-Dadah and Saad Mahmoud and {Elsayed Ali Hussin}, Ahmed and Paul Anderson",
year = "2016",
doi = "10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2016.01.129",
language = "English",
journal = "Applied Thermal Engineering",
issn = "1359-4311",
publisher = "Elsevier Korea",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Aluminium fumarate and CPO-27(Ni) MOFs: characterization and thermodynamic analysis for adsorption heat pump applications

AU - Hussein, Eman

AU - Al-Dadah, Raya

AU - Mahmoud, Saad

AU - Elsayed Ali Hussin, Ahmed

AU - Anderson, Paul

PY - 2016

Y1 - 2016

N2 - Metal-Organic Framework (MOF) materials are new porous materials with high surface area, pore size and volume, and tunable pore geometry thus providing high adsorption capacity. Currently, limited MOF materials with high water adsorption capabilities and hydrothermal stability are available on a large scale. Two MOF materials namely CPO-27(Ni) and aluminium fumarate have been identified to have a high hydrothermal stability, high water uptake of 0.47 gH2O.gads-1 and 0.53 gH2O.gads-1 at a relative pressure of 0.9 and are commercially available. This work aims to measure the water adsorption characteristics of these two MOF materials in terms of isotherms, kinetics and cyclic stability. Also the thermodynamic cycle performance of such materials based on their equilibrium adsorption data was investigated under different operating conditions for various adsorption applications such as heating, cooling and water desalination. Results showed that the CPO-27(Ni)/water pair outperformed the aluminium fumarate/water pair at low evaporation temperatures (5oC) and high desorption temperatures (≥ 90oC), while the aluminium fumarate/water pair was more suitable for applications requiring high evaporation temperature (20oC) and/or low desorption temperature (70oC).

AB - Metal-Organic Framework (MOF) materials are new porous materials with high surface area, pore size and volume, and tunable pore geometry thus providing high adsorption capacity. Currently, limited MOF materials with high water adsorption capabilities and hydrothermal stability are available on a large scale. Two MOF materials namely CPO-27(Ni) and aluminium fumarate have been identified to have a high hydrothermal stability, high water uptake of 0.47 gH2O.gads-1 and 0.53 gH2O.gads-1 at a relative pressure of 0.9 and are commercially available. This work aims to measure the water adsorption characteristics of these two MOF materials in terms of isotherms, kinetics and cyclic stability. Also the thermodynamic cycle performance of such materials based on their equilibrium adsorption data was investigated under different operating conditions for various adsorption applications such as heating, cooling and water desalination. Results showed that the CPO-27(Ni)/water pair outperformed the aluminium fumarate/water pair at low evaporation temperatures (5oC) and high desorption temperatures (≥ 90oC), while the aluminium fumarate/water pair was more suitable for applications requiring high evaporation temperature (20oC) and/or low desorption temperature (70oC).

KW - Metal-Organic Framework

KW - Characterisation

KW - Adsorption

KW - Heat Pump

KW - Refrigeration

KW - Desalination

U2 - 10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2016.01.129

DO - 10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2016.01.129

M3 - Article

JO - Applied Thermal Engineering

JF - Applied Thermal Engineering

SN - 1359-4311

ER -