a. Total strain, sorption-induced strain and thermal strain evolution for non-isothermal case
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The last 2 graphs compare the adsorption capacity and permeability distribution under the isothermal conditions over a range temperature of 298.15 K, 328.15 K and 358.15 K on the 1000th day. The adsorption capacity at the point of (100,100) under 3 temperatures are 37 kg/m3, 34 kg/m3 and 32 kg/m3 respectively, as shown in Figure 17, suggesting a 2.5 kg/m3 decrease of adsorption amount for every 30 K increase of temperature. The results validate the theory that adsorption capacity decreases with increasing temperature.