Dr. Xavier Daguenet

SPFWissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter I

+41 58 257 41 64xavier.daguenet@ost.ch

  • Patrick Persdorf: Design and construction of a 10 kW sorption heat pump prototype,
  • : Seasonal Thermal Energy Storage with Aqueous Sodium Hydroxide – Development and Measurements on the Heat and Mass Exchangers,
  • : Closed Sorption Seasonal Thermal Energy Storage with Aqueous Sodium Hydroxide,
  • F. Bont, P. Persdorf, D. Notter: Cooling power determination by measuring the adsorbed vapor mass variations: comparison of mass adsorption cooling power correlation and external fluid loop power measurement,
  • Y. Moullet, P. Persdorf, D. Notter: Adsorption heat pump upscaling from 1 kW to 10 kW of cooling power: experimental based modelling,
  • J. Müller, B. Fumey, R. Weber: Seasonal thermochemical energy storage: Comparison of the experimental results with the modelling of the falling film tube bundle heat and mass exchanger unit,
  • : Seasonal Thermal Energy Storage with Aqueous Sodium Hydroxide – Experimental Methods for Increasing the Heat and Mass Transfer by Improving Surface Wetting,
  • M. Rommel, B. Fumey, R. Weber, K. Goonesekera, T. Williamson: Seasonal solar thermal energy absorption storage with aqueous sodium hydroxide sorbent and vapour sorbate,
  • E. Frank, B. Fumey, R. Weber: Development of a numerical model for the reaction zone design of an aqueous sodium hydroxide seasonal thermal energy storage,
  • E. Frank, B. Fumey, R. Weber, K. Goonesekera: Seasonal thermal energy storage with aqueous sodium hydroxide ‒ experimental assessments of the heat and mass exchanger unit,
  • M. Rommel, B. Fumey, R. Weber, K. Goonesekera, T. Williamson: Seasonal Solar Thermal Absorption Energy Storage Development,
  • E. Frank, B. Fumey, R. Weber, T. Williamson: Seasonal Thermal Energy Storage with Aqueous Sodium Hydroxide ‒ Reaction Zone Development, Manufacturing and First Experimental Assessments,
  • E. Frank, B. Fumey, R. Weber, T. Williamson: Reaction zone development for an aqueous sodium hydroxide seasonal thermal energy storage,