Energy Technology Department (KTH)
The Department of Energy Technology performs research and education for tomorrow's energy society.
General keywords for activities of the department are applied thermodynamics; cycles and technology for conversions between heat and work; heat transfer and fluid flow in engineering applications; power plants (conventional as well as nuclear); gas turbines; refrigeration and heat pump plants; indoor climate and climatisation of buildings.
Environmental aspects of human and engineering activities in our field are also important.
The following divisions are under the Energy Technology Department:
- Applied Thermodynamics and Refrigeration
- Heat and Power Technology (THRUST programme coordinator)
- Energy and Climate Studies
- Energy Systems Analysis
- Heating and Ventilation
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