Conference of the German Society of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (DKV), 16 - 18 November 2016

05. September 2016

The 43rd conference of the German Society of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (DKV) took place on 16 to 18 November 2016 at the Congress Palais in Kassel, Germany. Celeroton presented the challenges in the development of miniaturised turbo compressors.

The conference offers a platform for the knowledge transfer in the area of refrigeration and air conditioning technology. Various topics have been presented in series of lectures in special fields such as cryogenics and refrigeration and heat pump technology: basic research, latest system developments, application of newest materials as well as commercialisation.

When:
17 November 2016

Where:

Conference of the German Society of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (DKV)
Congress Palais Kassel
Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse 152
34119 Kassel
Germany

Title:
Advantages and challenges of the operation of miniaturised and oil-free turbo compressors with gas bearings

Speaker:
Dr. Fabian Dietmann





Publication: "Vorteile und Herausforderungen von miniaturisierten, gasgelagerten, ölfreien Turbo Kompressoren für Wärme- & Kälteanlagen"


Maschinenmarkt-Article: "Berührungslos auf kleinstem Raum"

More information on the conference can be found under www.dkv.org.

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