In recent years, the scientific community has profusely investigated the chance of implementing advanced Thermal Energy Storage (TES) systems within building envelope components. In particular, several contributions have focused on the use of Phase Change Materials as passive TES strategies, to increment the thermal buffer potentiality of the building envelope. In this context, this work is focused on the development of a new experimental methodology for testing PCM-doped concrete composites in thermal-energy dynamic conditions. Such method, coupling controlled environmental forcing and transient plane source analysis, can be considered as an effective procedure for testing composite materials with adaptive thermal performance.
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