The Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) provides practice-oriented degree programs, fosters professional development, carries out applied research and development (R&D), and offers services to third parties. Researchers at the Institute of Energy Systems and Fluid Engineering (IEFE) make important contributions in the fields of thermal and electrical energy systems and renewable energies with respect to energy-efficient systems, procedures, processes and systems. The research of the Distributed Thermal Energy Systems group aims to find appropriate solutions for distributed and CO2-neutral technologies and systems.
Competence relevant to FLEX4H2
The Distributed Thermal Energy Systems research group possesses a broad spectrum of relevant competencies and has many years of industrial experience. Following an interdisciplinary approach, analytical, numerical and experimental methods are combined to find solutions in following topics relevant for FLEX4H2:
- Design and optimization of burner systems for CO2-free fuels
- Development and design of passive and active acoustic damping systems
- Simplification and low-dimensional description of complex systems using network models
- Stability analysis of dynamical systems
- Advanced data analysis and signal processing in the time and frequency domain