Kai Sundmacher mainly focuses on Thermodynamics, Analytical chemistry, Process engineering, Methanol and Proton exchange membrane fuel cell. His Thermodynamics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Organic chemistry, Phase and Reactive distillation. His Analytical chemistry research includes elements of Membrane and Direct methanol fuel cell, Anode.
His Anode research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cathode and Electrochemistry. Within one scientific family, Kai Sundmacher focuses on topics pertaining to Optimal design under Process engineering, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Chemical reactor and Continuous stirred-tank reactor. His Methanol research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Chemical engineering and Catalysis.
His main research concerns Chemical engineering, Process engineering, Catalysis, Electrochemistry and Reactive distillation. The Chemical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Scientific method and Anode. He works mostly in the field of Anode, limiting it down to concerns involving Electrolyte and, occasionally, Membrane.
His Process engineering study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Methanation. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Inorganic chemistry and Catalysis. His Electrochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Membrane reactor and Analytical chemistry.
Process engineering, Chemical engineering, Catalysis, Methanation and Solvent are his primary areas of study. His work investigates the relationship between Process engineering and topics such as Methane that intersect with problems in Exergy efficiency. Kai Sundmacher combines subjects such as Electrochemistry, Anode and Electrolysis with his study of Chemical engineering.
As part of the same scientific family, Kai Sundmacher usually focuses on Anode, concentrating on Electrolyte and intersecting with Membrane. His Methanation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fixed bed, Control theory, Optimal control and Power to gas. His research in Solvent intersects with topics in Combinatorial chemistry and Selection.
Kai Sundmacher mostly deals with Process engineering, Mathematical optimization, Solvent, Chemical engineering and Methanation. His Process engineering study combines topics in areas such as Scientific method, Computer Aided Design, Flue-gas desulfurization and Process design. His studies in Mathematical optimization integrate themes in fields like Nonlinear programming and Work.
His Solvent research incorporates themes from Heterogeneous catalysis and Selection. His work carried out in the field of Chemical engineering brings together such families of science as Microfluidics and Catalysis. The various areas that he examines in his Proton exchange membrane fuel cell study include Electrolyte, Electrochemistry, Anode and Electrolysis of water.
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Reactive distillation : status and future directions
Kai Sundmacher;Kai Sundmacher;A. Kienle;A. Kienle.
The impact of mass transport and methanol crossover on the direct methanol fuel cell
K. Scott;W. M. Taama;P. Argyropoulos;K. Sundmacher;K. Sundmacher.
Journal of Power Sources (1999)
The use of CO stripping for in situ fuel cell catalyst characterization
Tanja Vidaković;Mihai Christov;Kai Sundmacher;Kai Sundmacher.
Electrochimica Acta (2007)
Dynamics of the direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC): experiments and model-based analysis
Kai Sundmacher;Kai Sundmacher;Thorsten Schultz;S. Zhou;K. Scott.
Chemical Engineering Science (2001)
Current Status of and Recent Developments in the Direct Methanol Fuel Cell
Thorsten Schultz;Su Zhou;Kai Sundmacher;Kai Sundmacher.
Chemical Engineering & Technology (2001)
Recent Advances in Enzymatic Fuel Cells: Experiments and Modeling
Ivan Ivanov;Tanja Vidaković-Koch;Tanja Vidaković-Koch;Kai Sundmacher;Kai Sundmacher.
Towards a Methodology for the Systematic Analysis and Design of Efficient Chemical Processes - Part 1: From Unit Operations to Elementary Process Function-
Hannsjörg Freund;Kai Sundmacher;Kai Sundmacher.
Chemical Engineering and Processing (2008)
Sequential bottom-up assembly of mechanically stabilized synthetic cells by microfluidics
Marian Weiss;Marian Weiss;Johannes Patrick Frohnmayer;Johannes Patrick Frohnmayer;Lucia Theresa Benk;Lucia Theresa Benk;Barbara Haller;Barbara Haller.
Nature Materials (2018)
A model for the liquid feed direct methanol fuel cell
K. Scott;P. Argyropoulos;K. Sundmacher;K. Sundmacher.
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry (1999)
Steady-state multiplicities in reactive distillation columns for the production of fuel ethers MTBE and TAME: theoretical analysis and experimental verification
Klaus-Dieter Mohl;Achim Kienle;Ernst-Dieter Gilles;Patrick Rapmund.
Chemical Engineering Science (1999)
Chemical Engineering Science
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