1999 - Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK)
1994 - Beilby Medal and Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry (UK)
Hans Müller-Steinhagen mostly deals with Thermodynamics, Heat exchanger, Heat transfer, Fouling and Thermal energy storage. Hans Müller-Steinhagen has included themes like Petroleum reservoir, Dodecane and Mechanics, Bubble in his Thermodynamics study. He interconnects Work, Finite element method, Heat flux and Surface energy in the investigation of issues within Heat exchanger.
His Heat transfer research is mostly focused on the topic Plate heat exchanger. He combines subjects such as Chemical engineering, Deposition, Convective heat transfer and Flow velocity with his study of Fouling. His Thermal energy storage research incorporates themes from Nuclear engineering, Thermal energy, Thermal mass, Solar energy and Shell and tube heat exchanger.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Heat transfer, Fouling, Thermodynamics, Heat exchanger and Heat transfer coefficient. His Heat transfer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Calcium carbonate, Pressure drop and Flow velocity. His Fouling research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dynamic scraped surface heat exchanger, Crystallization, Chemical engineering, Metallurgy and Surface energy.
His Dynamic scraped surface heat exchanger research also works with subjects such as
Hans Müller-Steinhagen focuses on Fouling, Heat exchanger, Heat transfer, Thermal energy storage and Thermodynamics. His Fouling research incorporates elements of Crystallization, Chemical engineering, Metallurgy and Composite material, Surface energy. His work deals with themes such as Waste management, Thermal resistance and Exhaust gas recirculation, which intersect with Heat exchanger.
In his study, Boiling point is strongly linked to Boiling, which falls under the umbrella field of Heat transfer. His Thermal energy storage study incorporates themes from Power station, Thermal energy, Solar energy, Packed bed and Process engineering. In Thermodynamics, he works on issues like Mechanics, which are connected to Plume and Classical mechanics.
Hans Müller-Steinhagen mainly focuses on Heat exchanger, Fouling, Solar energy, Thermal energy storage and Solar power. As a member of one scientific family, Hans Müller-Steinhagen mostly works in the field of Heat exchanger, focusing on Waste management and, on occasion, NOx. His Fouling study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Exhaust gas recirculation.
His studies examine the connections between Exhaust gas recirculation and genetics, as well as such issues in Mechanics, with regards to Thermodynamics. The various areas that he examines in his Solar energy study include Storage heater, Energy development, Meteorology and Seasonal thermal energy storage. His Thermal energy storage research integrates issues from Reliability engineering, Heat transfer and Thermal energy.
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German central solar heating plants with seasonal heat storage
D. Bauer;R. Marx;J. Nußbicker-Lux;F. Ochs.
Solar Energy (2010)
Central solar heating plants with seasonal storage in Germany
T. Schmidt;D. Mangold;H. Müller-Steinhagen.
Solar Energy (2004)
A thermodynamic and kinetic study of the de- and rehydration of Ca(OH)2 at high H2O partial pressures for thermo-chemical heat storage
Franziska Schaube;Lisa Koch;Antje Wörner;Hans Müller-Steinhagen.
Thermochimica Acta (2012)
Thermal resistance and capacity models for borehole heat exchangers
D. Bauer;W Heidemann;Hans Müller-Steinhagen;H.-J. G. Diersch.
International Journal of Energy Research (2011)
Concentrating solar power, - A review of the technology
H. Müller-Steinhagen;F. Trieb.
Graded Ni-P-PTFE coatings and their potential applications
Q. Zhao;Y. Liu;H. Müller-Steinhagen;G. Liu.
Surface & Coatings Technology (2002)
Latent heat storage above 120°C for applications in the industrial process heat sector and solar power generation
Rainer Tamme;Thomas Bauer;Jochen Buschle;Doerte Laing.
International Journal of Energy Research (2008)
Effect of surface free energy on the adhesion of biofouling and crystalline fouling
Q. Zhao;Y. Liu;C. Wang;S. Wang.
Chemical Engineering Science (2005)
Study of Bubble Formation Under Constant Flow Conditions
M. Jamialahmadi;M.R. Zehtaban;H. Müller-Steinhagen;A. Sarrafi.
Chemical Engineering Research & Design (2001)
Problems and Costs due to Heat Exchanger Fouling in New Zealand Industries
Renate Steinhagen;Hans Müller-Steinhagen;Kambiz Maani.
Heat Transfer Engineering (1993)
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