Patrick Linke mainly investigates Process engineering, Working fluid, Process design, Organic Rankine cycle and Process. The various areas that he examines in his Process engineering study include Search engine, Heuristic, Extractive distillation and Cluster analysis. His studies in Working fluid integrate themes in fields like Degree Rankine and Component.
His Process design research includes elements of Separator, Stochastic optimization, Control engineering and Mass exchange. Patrick Linke works mostly in the field of Process, limiting it down to topics relating to Computer-aided and, in certain cases, Process optimization and Rankine cycle. His study in Waste heat is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Waste management and Reuse.
Patrick Linke mainly focuses on Process engineering, Process, Process design, Waste management and Reuse. His Process engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Electricity generation, Waste heat, Organic Rankine cycle and Working fluid. His research in Working fluid tackles topics such as Degree Rankine which are related to areas like Sensitivity.
His work deals with themes such as Multi-objective optimization, Design engineer and Selection, which intersect with Process. His Process design study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Control engineering, Cluster analysis, Work in process and Systems engineering. His Reuse research incorporates themes from Wastewater, Environmental engineering and Waste heat recovery unit.
His main research concerns Process engineering, Process integration, Renewable energy, Work and Natural gas. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Electricity generation, Waste heat, Organic Rankine cycle and Working fluid. His Waste heat study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fossil fuel, Heat recovery ventilation and Process.
His Process research includes themes of Control engineering, Work in process and Cluster analysis. His Working fluid study combines topics in areas such as Heat exchanger, Cascade, Work and Sensitivity. His Process integration study incorporates themes from Waste management and Reuse.
Work, Process engineering, Environmental engineering, Process integration and Environmental economics are his primary areas of study. Patrick Linke has included themes like Water treatment and Water recovery in his Process engineering study. Patrick Linke regularly links together related areas like Waste management in his Environmental engineering studies.
His work on Reuse and Industrial wastewater treatment as part of general Waste management research is frequently linked to Water quality, bridging the gap between disciplines. Many of his studies on Process integration apply to Natural resource economics as well. He has researched Environmental economics in several fields, including Social change and Emerging technologies.
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On the systematic design and selection of optimal working fluids for Organic Rankine Cycles
Athanasios I. Papadopoulos;Mirko Stijepovic;Patrick Linke.
Applied Thermal Engineering (2010)
On the role of working fluid properties in Organic Rankine Cycle performance
Mirko Z. Stijepovic;Patrick Linke;Athanasios I. Papadopoulos;Aleksandar S. Grujic.
Applied Thermal Engineering (2012)
Optimal waste heat recovery and reuse in industrial zones
Mirko Z. Stijepovic;Patrick Linke.
Toward Optimum Working Fluid Mixtures for Organic Rankine Cycles using Molecular Design and Sensitivity Analysis
Athanasios I. Papadopoulos;Mirko Stijepovic;Patrick Linke;Panos Seferlis.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2013)
Systematic Methods for Working Fluid Selection and the Design, Integration and Control of Organic Rankine Cycles—A Review
Patrick Linke;Athanasios I. Papadopoulos;Panos Seferlis.
Multiobjective molecular design for integrated process‐solvent systems synthesis
Athanasios I. Papadopoulos;Patrick Linke.
Aiche Journal (2006)
Development of a Kinetic Model for Catalytic Reforming of Naphtha and Parameter Estimation Using Industrial Plant Data
Mirko Z. Stijepovic;Aleksandra Vojvodic-Ostojic;Ivan Milenkovic;Patrick Linke.
Energy & Fuels (2009)
A combined thermo-kinetic analysis of various methane reforming technologies: Comparison with dry reforming
M. S. Challiwala;Minhaj Ghouri;Patrick Linke;M. M. El-Halwagi.
Journal of CO 2 Utilization (2017)
On the robust application of stochastic optimisation technology for the synthesis of reaction/separation systems
Patrick Linke;Antonis C. Kokossis.
Computers & Chemical Engineering (2003)
Attainable reaction and separation processes from a superstructure‐based method
Patrick Linke;Antonis Kokossis.
Aiche Journal (2003)
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