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Professorship Applied Thermodynamics

The professorship Applied Thermodynamics traces back to the Institute of Applied Thermodynamics and Laboratory of Machines founded by Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Haeussler in 1956.

Our research deals with thermodynamic properties of fluids and basic phenomena of heat and mass transfer. We investigate fundamental and application-oriented problems in the fields of rational energy utilisation, thermal energy storage, thermal solar technology, thermotechnical processes and appliances as well as the value chain of (liquefied) natural gas. More about our research topics...

The Applied Thermodynamics group belongs to the basic professorships of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and is responsible for the fundamental lectures in thermodynamics. More about our courses...

Full Professor: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Markus Richter

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