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Camilo Rindt is an Associate Professor within the Energy Technology group at the department of Mechanical Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Camilo’s main interests are in the fields of PV/T combi-panels, seasonal compact heat storage for the built environment using solid sorption materials and district heating networks. Applications of his research range from material investigations on the hydration/dehydration behavior of solid sorption materials using molecular dynamics simulations and/or TGA/DSC experiments, to the design of a building-integrated PV/T system for the built environment and/or the optimization of a district heating network using distributed energy sources like geothermal heat and heat pumps.
Camilo Rindt received his MSc and PhD from TU/e. In addition to his work as Associate Professor, he is also Program Director of the Master’s programs Sustainable Engineering Technology and Systems & Control. Besides, he is Graduate Program Director of Automotive Systems. As a PhD and postdoc, he has worked in the field of biomedical engineering on experimental and numerical analyses of blood flow in the carotid artery bifurcation.
Characterization of microencapsulated and impregnated porous host materials based on calcium chloride for thermochemical energy storageApplied Energy (2018)
Direct numerical simulation of the thermal dehydration reaction in a TGA experimentApplied Thermal Engineering (2018)
Development of a validated 2D model for flow, moisture and heat transport in a packed bed reactor using MRI experiment and a lab-scale reactor setupInternational Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2017)
Energy density and storage capacity cost comparison of conceptual solid and liquid sorption seasonal heat storage systems for low-temperature space heatingRenewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (2017)
Sorption heat storage for long-term low-temperature applications: A review on the advancements at material and prototype scaleApplied Energy (2017)
- Heat and flow
- Homologation Matlab Simulink
- Heat and flow
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