Superior heat transfer capabilities
Customised coolants for each application
Compatibility with liquid cooled systems
Replacing current coolants with nanofluids can be beneficial for a lot of markets
Thermal engineer. She is the technical lead in this project and working closely with TU Delft and potential customers to produce the nanoparticles and develop nanofluids.
Research chemist. Development of different types of nanofluids.
Chemical engineer, MECS, TU Delft
Expertise in developing new methods of nanoparticle production and new materials based on them. He and his group focus on bringing these new approaches to application.
Prof. Ger Koper
Chemical engineer, TNW, TU Delft
Expertise in Colloid and Interface chemistry with emphasis on Aggregation and Adsorption Phenomena.
Prof. Brian Tighe
Mechanical engineer, P&E, TU Delft
Expertise in theoretical and numerical methods to predict deformation and flow in emulsions, suspensions, and other complex fluids with practical applications.
International Business Management, HES
Expertise in business development and market validation.
High Tech Campus
We are always looking for interns. You might be working on one of the projects as stated here.
Nanoparticle synthesis and characterization
Develop methods to produce different shape, size, type of nanoparticles and characterize them based on their thermo-physical properties.CONTACT
Testing nanofluids behavior in two-phase region
Develop heat pipe setup to test the performance and behavior of nanofluids in vapor and liquid forms.CONTACT
Heat transfer enhancement tests
Develop and build test setups to test the cooling effect of nanofluids in turbulent and laminar flow conditions and compare performance with demi-water.CONTACT
Characterisation of nanofluids
Develop stabilization techniques to produce stable nanofluids and study the effect of stabilization on thermo-physical properties of the fluid.CONTACT