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Granitsiotis, G. (author)
The ever growing use of renewable sources of energy led to a need for energy storage. Mainly due to the intermittency nature of applications like solar and wind. In addition, the need for regulation of the greenhouse gases led to the development of carbon capture and storage applications. Thus, the combination of those two factors accelerated...
master thesis 2017
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Schönlein, C.M. (author)
Supercritical water gasi?cation (SCWG) is a conversion process for wet biomass feedstock into synthetic natural gas at conditions above the critical point of water (220.9 bar and 374.15 °C). A high energy and conversion ef?ciency of the process is achieved by using supercritical water as a reaction medium which avoids the necessity of an energy...
master thesis 2016
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Glas, W.A. (author)
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master thesis 2016
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Silvestri, S. (author)
Radiative heat transfer plays an important role in many industrial applications, particularly when high temperature heat transfer is involved. Many theoretical analysis and experimental investigations have shown the occurrence of interactions between radiation quantities and turbulence, mainly due to the non-linearity between radiative heat...
master thesis 2016
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Abul Kalam Azad, T.A. (author)
Spray combustion finds a wide range of application in gas turbines, internal combustion engines, industrial furnaces, etc. In turbulent spray combustion, liquid fuel is injected into the combustion chamber in the form of droplets. In order to improve the combustion efficiency and to reduce the thermal NOx emissions released during combustion,...
master thesis 2015
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Van Biert, L. (author)
Direct Internal Reforming (DIR) on Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) anodes is often considered for fuel cells systems utilising carbon based fuels. Methane Steam Reforming (MSR) is one of the most extensively studied types of DIR. The hydrogen formed by the MSR reaction can be electrochemically oxidised in the fuel cell to produce electricity, while...
master thesis 2014
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Pandey, A. (author)
Two-phase condensing flows are very common in many technical applications, such as rotating machinery operating with steam and nuclear reactors. The occurrence of condensation can lead to a degradation of a component's performance. Thus, the physical understanding and accurate numerical modeling of the condensation process can be of great help...
master thesis 2014
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Gupta, N. (author)
Fatigue damage calculations are conducted as state-of-art design process for wind turbines. Fatigue analysis is performed on spar caps and trailing edge tape (UD material) considering uni-axial stress state. The main objective of the research project is to analyze the effect of various parameters like yaw errors, wind turbine design load cases...
master thesis 2013
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Hosseini, L. (author)
Air conditioning is one of the major consumers of electrical energy in many parts of the world. The demand can be expected to increase because of the changing working times, increased comfort expectations and global warming. With more air conditioning units, the electricity demand has been rising thereby increasing the use of fossil fuels and...
master thesis 2011
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