His scientific interests lie mostly in Thermochemical cycle, Solar energy, Hydrogen production, Process engineering and Chemical engineering. His Thermochemical cycle study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Redox, Thermal, Temperature cycling and Water splitting. His research in Solar energy intersects with topics in Energy storage, Steam reforming and Solar power.
His Hydrogen production study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Hydrogen. His study in Process engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mechanical engineering and Primary energy. In his work, Thermal energy storage is strongly intertwined with Oxide, which is a subfield of Chemical engineering.
Christian Sattler focuses on Hydrogen production, Thermochemical cycle, Solar energy, Process engineering and Waste management. His Hydrogen production research incorporates elements of Thermal, Water splitting and Renewable energy. Christian Sattler works mostly in the field of Thermochemical cycle, limiting it down to topics relating to Inorganic chemistry and, in certain cases, Decomposition, as a part of the same area of interest.
The various areas that Christian Sattler examines in his Solar energy study include Nuclear engineering, Heat exchanger, Oxide and Thermal energy storage. His Process engineering research includes elements of Work, Mechanical engineering, Electricity generation, Syngas and High-temperature electrolysis. His Waste management research includes themes of Photocatalysis and Steam reforming.
His primary areas of study are Solar energy, Process engineering, Redox, Hydrogen and Thermochemical cycle. Christian Sattler has researched Solar energy in several fields, including Waste management, Porosity, Heat exchanger and Rotary kiln. He has included themes like Electricity generation and Solar fuel in his Process engineering study.
His Redox study combines topics in areas such as Environmental chemistry, Chemical engineering and Partial pressure, Oxygen. His Hydrogen research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Carbon monoxide and Renewable energy. Christian Sattler interconnects Nuclear engineering, Work and Thermal energy storage in the investigation of issues within Thermochemical cycle.
Christian Sattler spends much of his time researching Partial pressure, Thermochemical cycle, Redox, Oxygen and Process engineering. His Partial pressure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Perovskite and Thermodynamics. His Thermochemical cycle research is included under the broader classification of Hydrogen.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, Analytical chemistry, Oxygen storage, Thermogravimetric analysis and X-ray absorption spectroscopy. His work carried out in the field of Process engineering brings together such families of science as Doping, Work, Cerium, Solar energy and Carbon dioxide. The concepts of his Solar energy study are interwoven with issues in Electricity generation, Porosity, Nuclear engineering and Thermal energy storage.
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Solar water splitting for hydrogen production with monolithic reactors
C. Agrafiotis;M. Roeb;A.G. Konstandopoulos;L. Nalbandian.
Solar Energy (2005)
A review on solar thermal syngas production via redox pair-based water/carbon dioxide splitting thermochemical cycles
Christos Agrafiotis;Martin Roeb;Christian Sattler.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2015)
Solar thermal reforming of methane feedstocks for hydrogen and syngas production—A review
Christos Agrafiotis;Henrik von Storch;Martin Roeb;Christian Sattler.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2014)
Solar Hydrogen Production by a Two-Step Cycle Based on Mixed Iron Oxides
Martin Roeb;Christian Sattler;Ruth Klüser;Nathalie Monnerie.
Journal of Solar Energy Engineering-transactions of The Asme (2006)
Compound parabolic concentrator technology development to commercial solar detoxification applications
J Blanco;S Malato;P Fernández;A Vidal.
Solar Energy (1999)
Prospects of solar thermal hydrogen production processes
Thomas Pregger;Daniela Graf;Wolfram Krewitt;Christian Sattler.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2009)
Solar-heated rotary kiln for thermochemical energy storage
M. Neises;S. Tescari;L. de Oliveira;M. Roeb.
Solar Energy (2012)
HYTHEC: An EC funded search for a long term massive hydrogen production route using solar and nuclear technologies
Alain Le Duigou;Jean-Marc Borgard;Bruno Larousse;Denis Doizi.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2007)
Test operation of a 100 kW pilot plant for solar hydrogen production from water on a solar tower
M. Roeb;J.-P. Säck;P. Rietbrock;C. Prahl.
Solar Energy (2011)
Destruction of the organic matter present in effluent from a cellulose and paper industry using photocatalysis
Antonio Eduardo H. Machado;Jacques A. de Miranda;Renato F. de Freitas;Edward Thomas F.M. Duarte.
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A-chemistry (2003)
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