Researchers at Texas A&M University Developed 3D Printable Phase-Change Material Composites- Alternatives to Energy-Guzzling HVAC Systems

July 26 2021

Researchers at Texas A&M University have created 3D printable phase-change material (PCM) composites that can regulate ambient temperatures inside buildings using a simpler and cost-effective manufacturing process. Also, this can be used as an alternative to energy guzzling HVAC systems.

They can be added to building materials like paint or 3D printed as decorative home accents to seamlessly integrate into different indoor environments.

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