Dr.-Ing. Wilhelm Tegethoff
Modeling, simulation, and optimization of cyber-physical complex thermal energy systems.
Dr.-Ing. Nicholas Lemke
Experimental and theoretical investigation of energy-efficient thermal systems and components
The working group researches on battery-electric cars, fuel cell trucks, hydrogen storage and refueling systems, dryers, wastewater treatment plants, heat pumps, refrigeration systems and air conditioning systems. In this context, components such as batteries, fuel cells, compressors, heat exchangers, mass transfer devices, thermo-electric modules and ejectors are analyzed. Novel control techniques are emerging. The natural refrigerant R744 is the focus of much research. Modern system and CFD simulation methods as well as novel measurement techniques are used. The working group cooperates nationally and internationally with numerous research institutions and companies.
Analysis of dynamic process engineering systems, modeling of material data, modeling of wastewater treatment plants
Modeling of PEM fuel cell stack and system, thermal management in fuel cell vehicle, H2 fueling station systems.
Fault detection in compression refrigeration circuits with AI, topology and operation strategies of complex refrigeration systems.
Jan Friedrich Hellmuth
Thermal management of electric cars and degradation of battery systems.
Hydrogen-based energy systems,
Liquefaction of hydrogen,
Integration of cryogenic hydrogen storage in mobile fuel cell systems.
Concepts for measuring and optimizing humidifiers for PEM fuel cells, water balance in the fuel cell system
|Carolin Lenz||Volkswagen||Sicherheit von Batteriesystemen|
|Florian Hanslik||Efficient Energy GmbH||Wasser als Kältemittel in Kompressionskältemaschinen||florian.hanslik(at)efficient-energy.de|
|Thimo Hug||Porsche||Thermomanagement von Hochleistungsfahrzeugen|
|Frederik Novotny||Volkswagen||Sicherheit von Batteriesystemen||f.novotny(at)tu-braunschweig.de|
|Sunny Rai||Volkswagen||Thermomanagement von Batteriesystemen|
|Torsten Will||Frauenhofer ISE||Füllmenge in Plattenwärmeübertragern||torsten.will(at)ise.fraunhofer.de|