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Dr.-Ing. Michael Karl Löffler

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Freelancer
in the Engineering Office Löffler
since April 2001.
Senior Research Manager at the European Institute for Energy Research, Thermodynamic Processes, from September 2010 until August 2016, eifer.org
Guest Scientist at Karlsruhe Institute for Technology, KIT (Institute for Technical Thermodynamics and Refrigeration) from 2009 until 2014www.ttk.kit.edu
Reviewer for: "International Journal of Refrigeration", "Energy", "International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer", "Energy Conversion and Technology",
and "Applied Sciences".
Colaboration with EHPA
(European Heat Pump Association, http://www.ehpa.org) and EASE (European Association for Storage of Energy, http://www.ease-storage.eu/), and VDI guideline 4646
Research gate,  Mendeley,  google scholar,  LinkedIn, XING
Simulation tools:
SimulationX, DYMOLA, ProSim; Fluent/Fidap; Quickfield, TRNSYS, Colsim, Labview

Focus of interest: energy and environment 

Academic education: Study of electrical engineering, specialization in system engineering, and studies in the field of building physics at the University of Kaiserslautern.

BSc and MSc at the University of Kaiserslautern in 1992.
Doctorate at the University of Karlsruhe (TH) in 1999 in the field of solar thermal collectors - doctoral thesis supervisor: Professor Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Lehmann.

Projects:

- Research in the field of new refrigeration cycles (trapezoid cycles, batch cycles) since 2001
- Research in the field of solar dessicant cooling since 2001
- Research in the field of new cycles for heat engines (flash cycles) 1999  
Research in the field of noise development in the wheel-rail system since 1997
- Studies and publications on heat recovery from exhaust air using wall-integrated, fixed regenerators since 1996  
- Studies and publications on the prevention of thermal bridges in windows since January 1995   
- Development of a wall-integrated air collector using boundary layer suction since 1992.

Employment: 

Tel: ++49 (0)7271 950184, mobile:  ++49 (0)176 684 72802  

Fax and voicemail:   ++49 (0) 3212 1024475