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Presentations

Prof. Bob Critoph's presentation 'Evolution of compact sorption generators for ammonia - active carbon heat pumps (A random walk in sorption-space)' in the conference SusTEM2017 in Alkmaar, Netherlands, June 2017.

Dr. Ángeles Rivero Pacho's presentation 'Alternative monolithic/composite carbons for adsorption generators and simulation for optimal performance' in the conference IMPRES 2016 in Taormina, Italy, October 2016.

Prof. Bob Critoph's presentation 'Fuel driven sorption heat pumps - For residential and small scale commercial heating applications' in the IEA National Teams Meeting for the UK Heat Pump Industry, BEIS, London, September 2016.

Prof. Bob Critoph's presentation 'Ammonia - carbon adsorption cycle refrigerators, heat pumps and thermal transformers' in the conference Gustav Lorentzen Natural Working Fluids Conference, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, August 2016.

Prof. Bob Critoph's presentation 'Simulation of adsorption generators for optimal performance' in the conference Heat Powered Cycles, University of Nottingham, June 2016.

Mr. Oluyemi Jegede's presentation 'Modelling and Large Temperature Jump testing of the CaCl2-NH3 reaction' in the conference Heat Powered Cycles, University of Nottingham, June 2016.

Dr. Steven Metcalf's presentation 'Performance map of an ammonia-carbon adsorption heat pump' in the conference Heat Powered Cycles, University of Nottingham, June 2016.

Dr. Angeles Rivero Pacho's presentation 'Alternative monolithic/composite carbons for adsorption generators' in the conference Heat Powered Cycles, University of Nottingham, June 2016.

Dr. Angeles Rivero Pacho's presentation 'Innovation in carbon-ammonia adsorption heat pump technology: a case study' in an IOR and BSRA networking session, University of Birmingham, December 2015.

Dr. Thorsten Spillmann's poster 'Opportunities for industrial heat storage in the UK using Phase Change Materials' in the conference UKES2015, University of Birmingham, November 2015.

Mr. Jake Locke's poster 'Synthesis and evaluation of composite materials for thermochemical energy storage' in the conference UKES2015, University of Birmingham, November 2015.

Prof. Bob Critoph's presentation 'Fuel driven sorption heat pumps - For residential and small scale commercial heating applications' in the IEA National Teams Meeting for the UK Heat Pump Industry, DECC, London, September 2015.

Dr. Angeles Rivero Pacho's presentation 'Ammonia - carbon heat pump development at the University of Warwick' in the Sorption Friends Workshop, Milazzo, Italy, September 2015.

Mr. Oluyemi Jegede's poster 'Extraction of heat transfer parameters in active carbon-ammonia large temperature experiments' in the Sorption Friends Workshop, Milazzo, Italy, September 2015.

Prof. Bob Critoph's presentation 'Heating and cooling to 2020 and beyond' in the SusTem International Conference, Newcastle, July 2015.

Prof. Bob Critoph's presentation 'A perspective on heating technology' in the UKLPG Annual Conference, York, October 2014.

Prof. Bob Critoph presentation 'Introduccion to Annex 43: Fuel driven sorption heat pumps for residential and small scale commercial heating applications' in the IEA National Teams Meeting for the UK Heat Pump Industry, DECC, London, August 2014.

Latest progress

Click here to view the latest update of the work carried out by our research team presented in our last Advisory Board in October 2017 at Loughborough University.

Advances in Heat Exchangers for Heating and Cooling

On the 8th March the SIRACH Network will visit the Kelvion research and development laboratory in Fareham for an event that will focus on advances in heat exchangers for heating and cooling.

The visit will include a tour of the state-of-the-art testing facility which includes testing equipment such as an air flow test rig, an inner calorimeter room, an environmental test chamber, as well as a connected, smaller air flow test chamber to enable testing of heat transfer coefficients.

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