Principles of refrigeration and industrial low temperature systems
Grundlagen der Kälteerzeugung und Industrielle Tieftemperaturanlagen
Course 0000001819 in SS 2015
|Semester Weekly Hours
|Chair of Plant and Process Technology (Prof. Klein)
Fri, 09:45–11:15, MW 1050
and 5 singular or moved dates
Assignment to Modules
MW1834: Grundlagen der Kälteerzeugung und Industrielle Tieftemperaturanlagen / Principles of Refrigeration and Industrial Low Temperature Systems
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- Catalogue of non-physics elective courses
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|This lecture is focussed on basics of thermodynamics and thermodynamic analysis of large industrial plants, especially low temperature systems. The classic cryogenic processes like Joule-Thomson-, Brayton- or Claude-cycles will be analysed, typical low temperature systems like air separation plants, hydrogen refrigerators as well as helium liquefier based on cycles mentioned above will be analysed.
E-Learning course (e. g. Moodle)