HERMES develops and assesses a highly efficient closed-loop supercritical zero emission energy system. It is based on directly fired supercritical gas turbine engine operating on locally synthesized renewable liquid and gaseous fuels coupled with decentralized carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS). The carrier medium is highly dense supercritical fluid demanding less compression power. Therefore, and because of operating at high pressure conditions, the system achieves significantly higher efficiency than today's gas turbines. By smart capturing bulky flow of exhaust products and reusing them for fuel synthesis, the system produces virtually no pollutants.
The goal of this PhD project is to generate data and knowledge regarding combustion of renewable fuels in supercritical fluids. For that purpose, a prototype of supercritical gas turbine combustor will be designed and manufactured. The experiments focused on investigation of flame ignition, stability conditions and emissions will be the core part of the work. Understanding of the interacting phenomena during the supercritical combustion is a key point of the research. The development of the supercritical combustor will be proceed by detailed numerical simulations.
This position is part of the HERMES project (Highly Efficient SuperCritical ZERO eMission Energy System) funded by EC within HORIZON-CL5-2021-D3-03-02 call. Here, the University of Twente together with academic and industrial partners from 7 European countries join the forces in development of supercritical zero emission energy system.Your profile
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The first (online) job interview will take place in the week of 5 December.About the organization
The Faculty of Engineering Technology (ET) engages in education and research of Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering and Industrial Design Engineering. We enable society and industry to innovate and create value using efficient, solid and sustainable technology. We are part of a ‘people-first' university of technology, taking our place as an internationally leading center for smart production, processes and devices in five domains: Health Technology, Maintenance, Smart Regions, Smart Industry and Sustainable Resources. Our faculty is home to about 2,900 Bachelor's and Master's students, 550 employees and 150 PhD candidates. Our educational and research programmes are closely connected with UT research institutes Mesa+ Institute, TechMed Center and Digital Society Institute.How to apply Step 1
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Associate Professor / Programme Director PDEng Energy & Process TechnologyPozarlik, A.K. (Artur)
Associate Professor / Programme Director PDEng Energy & Process Technology
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