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New article on DFT and interfacial properties of hydrogen

Our new paper entitled Classical density functional theory for interfacial properties of hydrogen, helium, deuterium, neon, and their mixtures has been published in The Journal of Chemical Physics. In the article, we present a classical density functional theory (DFT) for fluid mixtures that is ...
New article on DFT and interfacial properties of hydrogen

New article on two-phase flow in capillary tubes

Our new paper entitled Steady-State Two-Phase Flow of Compressible and Incompressible Fluids in a Capillary Tube of Varying Radius has just been published in Transport in Porous Media. In the article, we study immiscible two-phase flow of a compressible and an incompressible ...
New article on two-phase flow in capillary tubes

New article on water evaporation

Our new paper entitled A comparative Study of experiments and theories on Steady-State Evaporation of Water has just been published in Chemical Thermodynamics and Thermal Analysis. A precise description of energy and mass transport across the liquid-vapor interface of water is central in disciplines ...
New article on water evaporation

Michael successfully defends his thesis

Wednesday, 5th of October, Michael Rauter successfully defended his PhD-thesis entitled: “Fluid Transport through Nanoporous Media in the Presence of Phase Transitions”. The opponents of the thesis were Prof. Rainer Helmig from the University of Stuttgart, and Prof. Amparo Galindo from Imperial College ...
Michael successfully defends his thesis

Vilde successfully defends her PhD

Friday, 30th of September, Vilde successfully defended her PhD-thesis entitled: “Fundamental Aspects of Thermodynamics of Small Systems Investigated Through Molecular Simulations and Theoretical Descriptions”. The opponents of the thesis were Ass. Prof. Christelle Miqueu from the University of Pai & Adour, and ...
Vilde successfully defends her PhD

Vegard has joined the group

Vegard Jervell has joined the group to pursue a PhD about the driving forces for flow through porous media. Vegard also wrote his Msc. thesis with the group on kinetic gas theory with real interaction potentials and on a critical analysis of ...
Vegard has joined the group

Tage has joined the group

Tage Malby has joined the group to pursue a PhD about the thermo-physical properties of mixtures between hydrogen, neon and helium that can contribute to improve the energy efficiency and reduce the power demand in hydrogen liquefaction processes. Some advantages of using ...
Tage has joined the group

New paper on ejector modeling and exergy destruction

Our new paper entitled One-dimensional mathematical modeling of two-phase ejectors: Extension to mixtures and mapping of the local exergy destruction has just been published in Applied Thermal Engineering. The ejector is a process equipment frequently used in refrigeration processes. In the paper, we ...
New paper on ejector modeling and exergy destruction

New article on rED for hydrogen production

Our new paper entitled Heat to Hydrogen by Reverse Electrodialysis-Using a Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics Model to Evaluate Hydrogen Production Concepts Utilising Waste Heat has just been published in Energies. In the article, we study reverse electrodialysis heat engines by use of non-equilibrium thermodynamics ...
New article on rED for hydrogen production