We wish you happy new year 2020
Last Friday in September was the day of the science in the Czech Republic. Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Laboratory participated on the event "Noc vědců" (= Night of Scientists). The event is focused on introducing the current research to the general public. The research was presented across the Czech Republic since 6 p.m. until the midnight. Meanwhile, 1623 visitors came to Technical Museum in
It is our pleasure to welcome Ondřej Borkovec in our laboratory. He joined our team as a PhD student. His topic of the thesis is 'Heat exchangers with hollow fibres for applications in biologically active surroundings'. The thesis is supervised by prof. Miroslav Raudenský. He will participate on a research of polymeric hollow fibre heat exchangers that are developed in our laboratory. Ondřej has successfully
The bachelor thesis that was created and successfully defended by Jiří Hvožďa in cooperation with Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Laboratory was awarded in ‘Cena Průmyslového podniku 2019’ (Awards of industry companies). The thesis is called ‘Mathematical description of dynamic heat exchanger’ and it was supervised by Dr. Tereza Brožová. It deals with an analysis of a dynamic heat exchanger, with neglect to position, described
Róbert Brachna who cooperates with Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Laboratory was awarded by the dean of Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology for his unique study results. Robert Brachna wrote his bachelor thesis ‘processing of temperature data inverse heat conduction tasks’ under the supervision of Dr. Tomáš Luks. The thesis deals with digital filters and noise removal from temperature measurements. The basic
The final defense of PhD thesis was taken on 25th April in Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Laboratory. Their thesis came to defend Pavel Kejík and Pavel Bulejko. Pavel Kejík focused on ‘Low-Cost Filtration Barriers for Ultrafine Particles Separation’. A lot of applications use inorganic filtering media based on materials that use primary resources and their production is energy-intensive and thus costly and environmentally harmful.
The final defense of PhD thesis was taken on 4th April in Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Laboratory. Their thesis came to defend Helena Votavová and Erik Bartuli. Helena Votavová focused on ‘Development of New Approaches in Descaling in the Continuous Production of Steel Using High-Pressure Water Jet’. The thesis summarizes general and up-to-date knowledge of descaling during the continuous production of the hot-rolled steel
Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Laboratory participated in the puzzlehunt ‘Z patra do patra’ that was held at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. All departments at the faculty had the opportunity to prepare the puzzle for the contestants. The highest building of the faculty has 19 floors. Different puzzle was at each floor. Therefore the name of the game can be translated ‘From Floor to Floor’.
Please accept our invitation to the Doors Open Day in Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Laboratory. It will be held on February 13 2019. For more information, please see our poster EN, CZ.
Petr Kotrbáček finished his habilitation and became associate professor on 28th November. Petr Kotrbáček operates in the field of heat transfer. Mainly, he is specified in optimization of heat transfer processes based on measured boundary conditions. His habilitation is called ‘Optimalizace tepelných procesů na základě experimentálně stanovených okrajových podmínek’. His work is devided in three parts: semi-solid state of steel, cooling of working rolls, and