Research for advancing the energy transition
One of today’s most prominent societal challenges is the energy transition. Within the upcoming ten years our society will have to meet stringent CO2 emission targets in order to mitigate climate change. We believe that the solution largely lies in improved storage technologies to cope with diurnal and seasonal renewable energy variations.
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Elucidation of the origin of chiral amplification in discrete molecular polyhedraNature Communications (2018)
Discrete fracture analysis using locally refined T-splinesInternational Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (2018)
Swelling-driven crack propagation in large deformation in ionized hydrogelJournal of Applied Mechanics, Transactions ASME (2018)
Fracture behaviour of historic and new oak woodWood Science and Technology (2018)
Improving the Part-Load Performance of Turbines in Rankine Cycle Based Automotive Waste Heat Recovery Systems2018 Annual American Control Conference, (ACC2018) (2018)