Trygve M. Eikevik
Background and activities
Energy efficiency in the industry. High temperature heat pumps.
Energy and processing enginering within food processes. More information on the home page.
- TMR4137 - Sustainable Utilization of Marine Resources
- TEP4506 - Sustainable Energy Systems, Specialization Course
- TEP4906 - Sustainable energy systems, master thesis
- TEP4120 - Engineering Thermodynamics 1
- EP8206 - Heat Pumping Systems in Industrial Processes
- TEP4260 - Heat Pumps for Heating and Cooling of Buildings
- TEP4225 - Energy and Environment
- TEP4265 - Sustainable Food Processing
- TEP4255 - Heat Pumping Processes and Systems
- EP8208 - Heat and Mass Transfer in Porous Media
- EP8207 - Advanced Dewatering and Drying Engineering
- TEP4521 - Sustainable Energy Systems, Specialization Project
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2022) Numerical modelling of conjugate heat and mass transfer during hydrofluidisation food freezing in different water solutions. Innovative Food Science & Emerging Technologies. vol. 75.
- (2022) Numerical analysis of hydrofluidisation food freezing with moving products in different aqueous solutions by using CFD and MPM approaches. International journal of refrigeration. vol. 135.
- (2021) Integrated high temperature heat pumps and thermal storage tanks for combined heating and cooling in the industry. Applied Thermal Engineering. vol. 189.
- (2021) Identification of Existing Challenges and Future Trends for the Utilization of Ammonia-Water Absorption–Compression Heat Pumps at High Temperature Operation. Applied Sciences. vol. 11 (10).
- (2021) Comparative analysis of evaporation of isobutane (R600a) and propylene (R1270) in compact smooth and microfinned tubes. Applied Thermal Engineering. vol. 188.
- (2021) Condensation of hydrocarbons in compact smooth and microfinned tubes. Energies. vol. 14 (9).
- (2021) Numerical Study of Hydrocarbon Charge Reduction Methods in HVAC Heat Exchangers. Energies. vol. 14 (15).
- (2021) Experimental analysis of freezing process of stationary food samples inside a hydrofluidisation freezing chamber. International journal of refrigeration. vol. 131.
- (2021) Utilization of fish protein hydrolysates as peptones for microbiological culture medias. Food Bioscience. vol. 42.
- (2021) Numerical modelling of the food freezing process in a quasi-hydrofluidisation system. Innovative Food Science & Emerging Technologies. vol. 74.
- (2021) Ventilation System Heating Demand Forecasting Based on Long Short-Term Memory Network. Journal of Shanghai Jiaotong University (Science).
- (2020) Characteristics of evaporation of propane (R290) in compact smooth and microfinned tubes. Applied Thermal Engineering. vol. 181.
- (2019) Experimental investigation of a prototype R-600 compressor for high temperature heat pump. Energy. vol. 169.
- (2019) The development of a hydrocarbon high temperature heat pump for waste heat recovery. Energy. vol. 173.
- (2019) Preliminary study on CO2 transcritical ejector enhanced compressor refrigeration system for independent space cooling and dehumidification. International journal of refrigeration. vol. 100.
- (2018) Theoretical analysis of suitable fluids for high temperature heat pumps up to 125 °C heat delivery. International journal of refrigeration. vol. 92.
- (2018) Production of fish protein hydrolysates step by step: technological aspects, equipment used, major energy costs and methods of their minimizing. International Aquatic Research. vol. 10 (3).
- (2018) Investigation of annual energy performance of a VWV air Source heat pump system. International journal of refrigeration. vol. 85.
- (2017) Review of Vapour Compression Heat Pumps for High Temperature Heating using Natural Working Fluids. International journal of refrigeration. vol. 80.
- (2017) A steady and quasi-steady state analysis on the CO2 hybrid ground-coupled heat pumping system. International journal of refrigeration. vol. 76.