dr.ir. A.J.H. (Arjan) Frijns - Expertise
P.O. Box 513
5600 MB EINDHOVEN
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- D11800 - Numerical analysis
- D12700 - Gases, fluid dynamics, plasma physics
- D14800 - Energy
- Micro- and nanofluidics
- Heat transfer
- thermal comfort modelling
Arjan Frijns studied Mechanical Engineering. In December 2000 he gained his PhD degree at the department of Mathematics at the Eindhoven University of Technology. Since 2002 he has been appointed as assistant professor in the field of microchannel-cooling at the sub department of Energy Technology. His main research interests include fundamental research on heat transfer at the micro-scales, multi-scale modeling (MD, DSMC, hybrid MD-DSMC and CFD) as well as experimental validation (micro-PIV, 3D micro-PTV), (evaporative) micro-channel cooling, AC-electro-osmosis and ferrofluidics.
Next to this he is also interested in heat transfer modeling in the human body, especially in relation with individual thermal sensation and thermal comfort in the built environment.