Norbert Kockmann mainly focuses on Microreactor, Mechanics, Process engineering, Heat transfer and Laminar flow. The study incorporates disciplines such as Reaction conditions, Simulation, Transport phenomena and Explosive material in addition to Microreactor. His Mechanics study which covers Mixing that intersects with Micromixing and Analytical chemistry.
His studies in Process engineering integrate themes in fields like Work, Fine chemical, Flow chemistry and Hazard and operability study. His Heat transfer study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hazard and Laboratory safety. His studies deal with areas such as Laminar flow reactor, Volumetric flow rate and Residence time distribution as well as Laminar flow.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mechanics, Microreactor, Process engineering, Mass transfer and Analytical chemistry. His Laminar flow, Reynolds number, Vortex, Flow and Heat transfer study are his primary interests in Mechanics. His research integrates issues of Micromixer, Mixing, Composite material, SCALE-UP and Chemical engineering in his study of Microreactor.
In his research on the topic of Process engineering, Manufacturing engineering is strongly related with Process. The Mass transfer study which covers Mixing that intersects with Nucleation. His research in Analytical chemistry focuses on subjects like Volumetric flow rate, which are connected to Secondary flow.
His primary areas of study are Microreactor, Chemical engineering, Process engineering, Microfluidics and Residence time distribution. His study in Microreactor is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mass transfer, Characterization, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Chloromethane and Process. His Process engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Flow and Extraction.
His work deals with themes such as Capillary action, Chemical reaction engineering and Analytical chemistry, which intersect with Residence time distribution. His work in Mixing tackles topics such as Seed crystal which are related to areas like Flow. His Secondary flow study is related to the wider topic of Mechanics.
Norbert Kockmann mainly investigates Microreactor, Process engineering, Mass transfer, Residence time distribution and Gas liquid reaction. His Microreactor study combines topics in areas such as Resolution and Kinetic energy. His Process engineering research includes themes of Reagent and Laboratory automation.
Norbert Kockmann has included themes like Computational fluid dynamics, Mechanical engineering, Slider, Arduino and Computer simulation in his Mass transfer study. His Residence time distribution research incorporates elements of Flow chemistry, Chemical reaction engineering and Analytical chemistry. His research in Gas liquid reaction tackles topics such as Transport phenomena which are related to areas like Chemical engineering.
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Novel Process Windows for Enabling, Accelerating, and Uplifting Flow Chemistry
Volker Hessel;Dana Kralisch;Norbert Kockmann;Timothy Noël.
Numerical and experimental investigations on liquid mixing in static micromixers
Michael Engler;Norbert Kockmann;Thomas Kiefer;Peter Woias.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2004)
Microreactor Technology and Continuous Processes in the Fine Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry: Is the Revolution Underway?
Dominique M. Roberge;Bertin Zimmermann;Fabio Rainone;Michael Gottsponer.
Organic Process Research & Development (2008)
Transport Phenomena in Micro Process Engineering
Convective mixing and chemical reactions in microchannels with high flow rates
Norbert Kockmann;Thomas Kiefer;Michael Engler;Peter Woias.
Sensors and Actuators B-chemical (2006)
Design and fabrication of MEMS thermoelectric generators with high temperature efficiency
Till Huesgen;Peter Woias;Norbert Kockmann.
Sensors and Actuators A-physical (2008)
Enabling Continuous‐Flow Chemistry in Microstructured Devices for Pharmaceutical and Fine‐Chemical Production
Norbert Kockmann;Michael Gottsponer;Bertin Zimmermann;Dominique M. Roberge.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2008)
Scale-up concept of single-channel microreactors from process development to industrial production
Norbert Kockmann;Michael Gottsponer;Dominique M. Roberge.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2011)
Micro Process Engineering
Characterization of Laminar Transient Flow Regimes and Mixing in T-shaped Micromixers
Simon Dreher;Norbert Kockmann;Peter Woias.
Heat Transfer Engineering (2009)
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