ORCNext – master theses

On this page you can find ORCNext related master theses excecuted during the ORCNext project.
The full papers are available on request, please contact Judith.Ooms@ugent.be

 

  • CFD analysis of a screw expander using real gas models
    By | Lazhar Abdelli | Ghent University, Department of Flow, Heat and Combustion Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics
    Promotor(s) | Prof dr. ir. Jan Vierendeels
    Year | 2013-2014

 

  • Design of a test set-up for experimental investigation of forced convective heat transfer to fluids operating at supercritical conditions
    By
    | Stijn Daelman | Universiteit Gent, Faculteit Ingenieurswetenschappen en Architectuur, Vakgroep Mechanica van Stroming, Warmte en Verbranding, Applied Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
    Promotor(s)
    | Prof. dr. ir. Michel De Paepe
    Year
    | 2013-2014

 

  • Multivariable optimal control in organic rankine cycle (ORC) systems for waste heat recovery
    By
    | Jasper Van Dessel | Master of Science in Electromechanical Engineering | Ghent University, Department of Electrical Energy, Systems and Automation
    Promotor(s) |  Prof. dr. ir. Robain De Keyser
    Year | 2013-2014
    More information | see here
  • Implementatie van een controlesysteem op een experimentele ORC testbank
    By | Marcio Verhulst | Master of Science in de industriële wetenschappen: elektromechanica | Universiteit Gent, Ingenieurswetenschappen en Architectuur, Industrieel Systeem- en Productontwerp
    Promotor(s) |  prof. Martijn van den Broek, Sergei Gusev
    Year |  2013-2014
    More information | see here 

 

  • Modeling of part load behavior of an Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) with a direct evaporator
    By
    | Jonathan Orbie | Universiteit Gent, Faculteit Ingenieurswetenschappen en Architectuur, Vakgroep Mechanica van Stroming, Warmte en Verbranding, Applied Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
    Promotor(s) | Prof. dr. ir. Michel De Paepe
    More information | see here
  • Master thesis Steven Lecompte (UGent-ATHT): Thermo-economic analysis of waste heat recovery technologies using low grade waste heat.
  • Master thesis Nicolas Melotte (ULg): Experimental study and dynamic modeling of a waste heat recovery organic rankine cycle.