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Caloric cooling: state of the art and perspectives

A recent IJR article reviews the most significant results obtained over the past ten years in the field of magnetocaloric cooling and more recently in the field of electrocaloric, elastocaloric and barocaloric cooling. It also presents the challenges for implementing these caloric cooling technologies.


In their review article (1) recently published in the International Journal of Refrigeration, A. Greco et al stress that since 1976, year of the development of the first room-temperature magnetic refrigerator, up to a few years ago, magnetocaloric cooling was ...

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