We focus on experimental research for academic and industrial projects dealing mainly with spray cooling and heat transfer.

We cooperate with scientific laboratories all around the world

Latest News

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03 Jun. 2022

Michal Pohanka won the On-Your-Own-Power Challenge.

Michal Pohanka from the Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Laboratory was the absolute winner of the Employee Challenge On-Your-Own-Power (“Na vlastní pohon”). He cycled an incredible 1,028.6 kilometres to and from work. A total of 48 colleagues from 13 FME institutes and departments took part in the challenge during May. The event aimed to promote the idea of eco-friendly transport by bike, on foot or

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20 Apr. 2022

Battery Thermal Management Systems? We are in!

According to International Energy Agency, the global electric car stock hit the 10 million mark, a 43% increase over 2019, representing a 1% stock share, after a decade of rapid growth. One of the biggest challenges of e-automobility is battery thermal management. Temperature level, profile, and uniformity impact the electrochemical reactions substantially. Therefore, battery system performance, safety, and lifespan. Reliability and longevity are critical factors
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07 Feb. 2022

Open Doors

Please accept our invitation to the Doors Open Day in Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Laboratory. It will be held on February 17 2022. Whom do we seek? Students who are interested in doing scientific research. Graduates of technical disciplines who are interested in creating a topic for doctoral studies and working with us on new projects. Research fields where we keep the world level:

Membrane distillation for heavily polluted and aggressive environments

Fully polymeric membrane micro-distillation based on extremely thin capillaries

Heat exchangers with hollow polymeric fibres for automotive

Membrane distillation based on the polymer hollow fibres

Our Laboratory

When working in the lab, we learnt that the sophisticated measurement technology is essential for getting good results

We develop unconventional heat exchangers made of

polymeric hollow fibres

We have great Experience in design of cooling

for metallurgical industry