CAESCContinuing and Adult Education Standing Committee (Council on Instructional Affairs; Florida Department of Education)
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Thermodynamic and hydrodynamic studies of compressed air energy storage in caverns (CAESC) have been conducted to describe the pressure and temperature variances [6-10].
Compressed air energy storage in aquifers (CAESA), which costs less and has a wider availability, is becoming more attractive compared with CAESC [2,14].
Caption: FIGURE 1: Schematic diagrams of CAESA and CAESC systems.