Energy Efficiency in Industry research

TU DELFTEnergy efficiency in industry, e.g.:
• Energy-efficient separation processes
• waste-free and energy-efficient chemical processes
• Andrzej Stankiewicz (3ME)
TU/EControl systems, EE
• Energy management in hybrid trucks
• Model based indus. proc. control
Electromech & Power Electronics, EE
• Electric & hybrid powertrain
• Permanent magnet, reluctance & asynchronous motors
• High speed electrical drives
• High speed & high precision systems
Combustion technology, ME
• Mild/flameless combustion
• Efficient combustion
• Clean & eff. diesel engines
Photonics & semicon nano, AP
• Nanowires and plasmonics for efficient LEDs
Micro flow chemistry & process techn., CE
• Plasma chemistry
• Photo redox catalysis
Separations technology, CE
• Smart separations
• Desalination
• Recovery from diluted streams
Functional organic materials & devices, CE
• ANti fouling coatings
• Responsive IR coatings
Transport in perm. media, AP
• Polymer encapsulation of LED
Photonic integration, EE
• Integrated nanaphotonics
• Paul van den Hof

• Elena Lomonova

• Philip de Goey

• Paul Koenraad

• Volker Hessel

• Maaike Kroon

• Albert Schenning

• Olaf Adan

• Kevin Williams
UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE• Waste combustion in grate furnaces
• Biomass co-firing in powerplants
• Co-combustion of prolysis oil in gas turbines
• Frieder Mugele
TNO• Separation technology (membranes, sorbents), gas and liquid phase.
• Waste heat technoloogies (heat pumps, storage)
• Sigrid Bollwerk
NWO• Fluid dynamics and sustainable process technologies (several IPP programs)
RUGEfficiency of combustion processes and development of new combustion methods - Effects of sustainable fuels (biogas, hydrogen) on efficiencyHoward Levinsky
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