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Research Progress of Self-Healing Solid-Solid Phase Change Materials

DOI: 10.12677/NAT.2022.124032, PP. 311-329

Keywords: 固–固相变材料,热能储存,自修复性能
Solid-Solid Phase Change Materials
, Thermal Energy Storage, Self-Healing Property

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Solid-Solid Phase Change Materials (SSPCMs) have been widely applied because of their excellent heat storage capacity and thermal cycle stabil-ity. However, they are often damaged by external stimuli during processing and use, reducing ser-vice life and even causing safety hazards. In combination with the problems in the research and use of Solid-Solid Phase Change Materials, many researchers have tried to introduce the concept of self-repair into Solid-Solid Phase Change Materials, endow the materials with self-diagnosis and re-pair functions, and extend the service life of phase change materials. In this paper, the preparation methods of Solid-Solid Phase Change Materials are reviewed, the main mechanisms of self-healing technology are introduced, and the relevant research progress of constructing self-healing retracta-ble Solid-Solid Phase Change Materials with different self-healing mechanisms is summarized. Meanwhile, future research prospects of repairable Solid-Solid Phase Change Materials are pro-posed.


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