Khalid Hamid is a PhD Candidate at NTNU – Department of Energy and Process Engineering (EPT). His PhD is funded by NTNU Energy, and he is affiliated with the research centre FME HighEFF and the test facility and infrastructure are funded by both the HighEFF Lab and NTNU EPT. For his research, he collaborates with a variety of partners from HighEFF (SINTEF, Mayekawa, Alfa Laval). His supervisor is Trygve M. Eikevik and co-supervisor is Ignat Tolstorebrov.
Written by Khalid Hamid
Some industries require temperatures of between 100 and 180 degrees. A high temperature heat pump is able to deliver this, so it has great commercial potential.