Organic-based materials capable of radiative cooling have attracted widespread interest in recent years due to their ease of engineering and good adaptability to different application scenarios. As a cooling material for walls, clothing, and electronic devices, these materials can reduce the energy consumption load of air conditioning, improve thermal comfort, and reduce carbon emissions. In this paper, an overview is given of the current fabrication strategies of organic-based radiative cooling materials, and of their properties. The methods and joint thermal management strategies including evaporative cooling, phase-change materials, fluorescence, and light-absorbing materials that have been demonstrated in conjunction with a radiative cooling function are also discussed. This review provides a comprehensive overview of organic-based radiative cooling, exemplifying the emerging application directions in this field and highlighting promising future research directions in the field.

Recent progress in organic-based radiative cooling materials: fabrication methods and thermal management properties / Xin Li; Zhenmin Ding; Linghao Kong; Xueying Fan; Yao Li; Jiupeng Zhao; Lei Pan; Diederik S. Wiersma; Lorenzo Pattelli; Hongbo Xu. - In: MATERIALS ADVANCES. - ISSN 2633-5409. - STAMPA. - 4:(2023), pp. 804-822. [10.1039/d2ma01000c]

Recent progress in organic-based radiative cooling materials: fabrication methods and thermal management properties

Diederik S. Wiersma
Membro del Collaboration Group
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Lorenzo Pattelli
Membro del Collaboration Group
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2023

Abstract

Organic-based materials capable of radiative cooling have attracted widespread interest in recent years due to their ease of engineering and good adaptability to different application scenarios. As a cooling material for walls, clothing, and electronic devices, these materials can reduce the energy consumption load of air conditioning, improve thermal comfort, and reduce carbon emissions. In this paper, an overview is given of the current fabrication strategies of organic-based radiative cooling materials, and of their properties. The methods and joint thermal management strategies including evaporative cooling, phase-change materials, fluorescence, and light-absorbing materials that have been demonstrated in conjunction with a radiative cooling function are also discussed. This review provides a comprehensive overview of organic-based radiative cooling, exemplifying the emerging application directions in this field and highlighting promising future research directions in the field.
2023
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Xin Li; Zhenmin Ding; Linghao Kong; Xueying Fan; Yao Li; Jiupeng Zhao; Lei Pan; Diederik S. Wiersma; Lorenzo Pattelli; Hongbo Xu
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