Magnetic Room Temperature Cooling Using Stacks of Gadolinium Plates

Kasper Wigh Lipsø, Luise Theil Kuhn, Christian Bahl & Nielsen
Magnetic refrigeration is an alternative to conventional refrigeration. Where conventional refrigeration uses vapor compression cycles, magnetic refrigeration is based on the magnetocaloric effect, i.e. the property of magnetic materials to change temperature when exposed to a changing magnetic field. The technology is currently used for low temperature cooling (<10K). By implementing stacks of magnetic plates instead of powder, it can be optimized to yield a more energy efficient room temperature cooling than conventional refrigeration. This...
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