Project Summary:

Waste heat is a problem common to high temperature processing industries as a significantly underused resource, often due to challenges in economic heat valorisation. Secondary aluminium recycling and ceramic processing were identified as key examples with economically recoverable waste heat. Several challenges are inherent; these processes are batch-based rather than continuous with corrosive particulate-laden flue gas over a wide temperature range.

The H2020 iWAYS project will be starting soon. @Bruneluni will be the technical director of the project that will see the installation of innovative Heat Pipe Heat Exchangers for wast heat recovery and water recycling systems @brunelengineers @BrunelResearch @Econotherm https://t.co/5DFWIH1JcL

­čîÄSome incredible news on our global reach! Professor @Sam_Jouhara has successfully integrated the #Yerbamate Tea Drying project in #Brazil w/@Bruneluni & @Econotherm to dramatically reduce PAH levels in Brazil's most popular tea, making it safe to drink & efficient production ­čĹĆ

The first paper on our HPHE system has been published! @EU_H2020 @EU_Commission @SPIRE2030 @SPIRE_EU @Elsevier_Eng @ITC_ceramica @AltekGroup @Econotherm

An experimental study and computational validation of waste heat recov... https://t.co/l6k9MhrLQ9

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