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RSS FeedSun, 26 Feb 2012 07:17:26 GMT2012-02-26T07:17:26Z3D simulations of self-propelled, video reconstructed jellyfish using vortex methods
http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/3d-simulations-of-selfpropelled-video-reconstructed-jellyfish-using-vortex-methods(ff90c083-9c17-45af-9d3a-576823378eb0).html
<div style='font-size: 9px;'><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_short rendering_conferenceparticipation rendering_short rendering_conferenceparticipation_short"><h2 class="title"><a rel="ConferenceParticipation" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/3d-simulations-of-selfpropelled-video-reconstructed-jellyfish-using-vortex-methods(ff90c083-9c17-45af-9d3a-576823378eb0).html" class="link"><span>3D simulations of self-propelled, video reconstructed jellyfish using vortex methods</span></a></h2><a rel="Person" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/persons/francesca-storti(533aa91e-a0d8-44ab-a950-073119b53e11).html" class="link person"><span>Francesca Storti</span></a> (PhD. Student), <span class="date">22 Nov 2009</span> → <span class="date">24 Nov 2009</span><p class="type"><span class="type_family">Activity<span class="type_family_sep">: </span></span><span class="type_classification_parent">Participation in conference/workshop/course/seminar<span class="type_parent_sep"> › </span></span><span class="type_classification">Organisation of and participation in conference</span></p></div><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_detailsportal rendering_conferenceparticipation rendering_detailsportal rendering_conferenceparticipation_detailsportal"><h3 class="subheader">Conference</h3><table class="properties"><tbody><tr><th>Conference</th><td>3D simulations of self-propelled, video reconstructed jellyfish using vortex methods</td></tr><tr><th>City</th><td>American Physical Society, 62nd Annual Meeting of the Division of Fluid Dynamics</td></tr><tr class="period"><th>Period</th><td><span class="date">22/11/2009</span> → <span class="date">24/11/2009</span></td></tr><tr><th>Other</th><td>We present the simulation of the swimming medusa by capturing the outline of the motion from video taped experiments. A three dimensional body with constant mass distribution and divergence solid velocity field is ensured under the assumption of a rotationally symmetric medusa.
The simulations are carried out using the vortex-in-cell algorithm in three dimensions with one-way coupling from the medusa motion. The boundaries of the deforming solid body are enforced using Brinkmann penalization. The flow is discretized by 67M vortex particles and the computations carried out on 256 cores with a 80% parallel efficiency. The simulation is visualized in a fluid dynamics video.
To different strokes, A and B, are captured, simulated and studied. Stroke A produces a starting vortex ring as fluid is being expelled from the bell and produces yet a vortex ring of opposite sign when the bell opens and recovers its shape. Stroke B is more brisk and differs from A by producing two vortex rings during the recovery stroke. Both strokes propel the medusa but stroke B produces a higher velocity. The crusing velocity scales with the square root of the Reynolds number.</td></tr></tbody></table></div></div>Sun, 26 Feb 2012 07:17:26 GMThttp://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/3d-simulations-of-selfpropelled-video-reconstructed-jellyfish-using-vortex-methods(ff90c083-9c17-45af-9d3a-576823378eb0).html2012-02-26T07:17:26ZTalk about "3D Pick-and-Place of carbon Nanotubes Using Shape-optimized Grippers" Presented at MRS Spring Meeting
http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/talk-about-3d-pickandplace-of-carbon-nanotubes-using-shapeoptimized-grippers-presented-at-mrs-spring-meeting(b9e532cd-e753-4235-89aa-614298827085).html
<div style='font-size: 9px;'><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_short rendering_lecture rendering_short rendering_lecture_short"><h2 class="title"><a rel="Lecture" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/talk-about-3d-pickandplace-of-carbon-nanotubes-using-shapeoptimized-grippers-presented-at-mrs-spring-meeting(b9e532cd-e753-4235-89aa-614298827085).html" class="link"><span>Talk about "3D Pick-and-Place of carbon Nanotubes Using Shape-optimized Grippers" Presented at MRS Spring Meeting</span></a></h2><a rel="Person" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/persons/ole-sigmund(cefe1d93-608f-4ebc-823e-e776210cc1e1).html" class="link person"><span>Ole Sigmund</span></a> (Representative), <span class="date">24 Mar 2008</span> → <span class="date">28 Mar 2008</span><p class="type"><span class="type_family">Activity<span class="type_family_sep">: </span></span><span class="type_classification_parent">Lecture and oral contribution</span></p></div><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_detailsportal rendering_lecture rendering_detailsportal rendering_lecture_detailsportal"><div class="textblock">Place: San Fransisco, USA</div><table class="properties"><tbody></tbody></table></div></div>Sun, 26 Feb 2012 07:17:28 GMThttp://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/talk-about-3d-pickandplace-of-carbon-nanotubes-using-shapeoptimized-grippers-presented-at-mrs-spring-meeting(b9e532cd-e753-4235-89aa-614298827085).html2012-02-26T07:17:28ZIsogeometric Shape Optimization for Fluids
http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/isogeometric-shape-optimization-for-fluids(b3aaa0ed-b46e-4984-8340-1f68a3a9e409).html
<div style='font-size: 9px;'><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_short rendering_lecture rendering_short rendering_lecture_short"><h2 class="title"><a rel="Lecture" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/isogeometric-shape-optimization-for-fluids(b3aaa0ed-b46e-4984-8340-1f68a3a9e409).html" class="link"><span>Isogeometric Shape Optimization for Fluids: Talk given at the workshop "Isogeometric Analysis 2011: Integrating Design and Analysis"</span></a></h2><a rel="Person" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/persons/niels-leergaard-pedersen(e21a6065-e719-4ef8-ad66-a777acae6885).html" class="link person"><span>Niels Leergaard Pedersen</span></a> (Participant), <span class="date">14 Jan 2011</span><p class="type"><span class="type_family">Activity<span class="type_family_sep">: </span></span><span class="type_classification_parent">Lecture and oral contribution</span></p></div><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_detailsportal rendering_lecture rendering_detailsportal rendering_lecture_detailsportal"><div class="textblock">The aim of this work is to use the unification of finite element methods (FEM) and computer aided design (CAD) embedded in isogeometric analysis to solve shape optimization problems within fluid mechanics. The flow problems considered are governed by the 2-dimensional steady-state, incompressible Navier-Stokes equations. These partial differential equations are solved for fluid velocity and pressure using B-spline based isogeometric analysis. The accurate geometry representation and high degree of continuity of the flow fields are some of the method's advantages. To ensure stable discretizations, though, care has to taken in the choice of polynomial degrees and knots vectors for the velocity and pressure approximations. In shape optimization for fluids we search for an optimal design of the flow domain that minimizes a prescribed objective, while satisfying suitable constraints. With the ability to represent complex shapes in few design variables, and the unification of the analysis and geometry models, isogeometric analysis is highly suited for shape optimization purposes. The design variables are the coordinates of control points that define the boundary of the domain. As the optimizer moves the control points around, though, control points are sometimes seen to coallesce and the control net might even fold over severely, causing an improper design and the analysis to break down. Regularization methods to ensure a good boundary representation are therefore often needed. The methodology is presented through a simple example in which a pipe bend is designed to minimize the drag with a constraint on the area of the pipe. The basics of the analysis of the Navier-Stokes equations are briefly covered, some regularization methods to ensure good boundary parametrisations during optimization are discussed, and different design results for a range of Reynolds numbers are presented.<br />
Place: Austin, Texas, USA</div><table class="properties"><tbody></tbody></table></div></div>Sun, 26 Feb 2012 07:17:34 GMThttp://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/isogeometric-shape-optimization-for-fluids(b3aaa0ed-b46e-4984-8340-1f68a3a9e409).html2012-02-26T07:17:34ZIsogeometric Shape Optimization for Fluids
http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/isogeometric-shape-optimization-for-fluids(39465f00-3957-4863-99c1-6b48d1781ace).html
<div style='font-size: 9px;'><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_short rendering_lecture rendering_short rendering_lecture_short"><h2 class="title"><a rel="Lecture" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/isogeometric-shape-optimization-for-fluids(39465f00-3957-4863-99c1-6b48d1781ace).html" class="link"><span>Isogeometric Shape Optimization for Fluids: Talk given at the workshop "New Trends in Applied Geometry"</span></a></h2><a rel="Person" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/persons/niels-leergaard-pedersen(e21a6065-e719-4ef8-ad66-a777acae6885).html" class="link person"><span>Niels Leergaard Pedersen</span></a> (Participant), <span class="date">20 Feb 2011</span> → <span class="date">25 Feb 2011</span><p class="type"><span class="type_family">Activity<span class="type_family_sep">: </span></span><span class="type_classification_parent">Lecture and oral contribution</span></p></div><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_detailsportal rendering_lecture rendering_detailsportal rendering_lecture_detailsportal"><div class="textblock">The aim of this work is to use isogeometric analysis, a unification of finite element methods (FEM) and computer aided design (CAD), to solve shape optimization problems within fluid mechanics. The flow problems considered are governed by the 2-dimensional steady-state, incompressible Navier-Stokes equations. The crux of isogeometric analysis is to approximate the fluid velocity and pressure fields by B-splines. The accurate geometry representation and high degree of continuity of the flow fields are some of the method's advantages. In shape optimization for fluids we search for an optimal design of the flow domain that minimizes a prescribed objective, while satisfying suitable
constraints. The design variables in the isogeometric pproach are the coordinates of control points that define the boundary of the domain. With the ability to represent complex shapes in few design variables, and the unification of the analysis and geometry models, isogeometric analysis is highly suited for shape optimization purposes. The methodology is firstly presented through a simple example in which a pipe bend is designed to minimize the drag with a constraint on the area of the pipe. The basics of how to apply isogeometric analysis to the Navier-Stokes equations are briefly covered, some regularization methods to ensure good boundary parametrizations during optimization are discussed, and different design results for a range of Reynolds numbers are presented. Lastly, we present results for a simple airfoil optimization, in which an airfoil is designed to minimize the drag with a constraint on the lift and the size of the wing.<br />
Place: Hurdalsjoen, Norway</div><table class="properties"><tbody></tbody></table></div></div>Sun, 26 Feb 2012 07:17:34 GMThttp://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/isogeometric-shape-optimization-for-fluids(39465f00-3957-4863-99c1-6b48d1781ace).html2012-02-26T07:17:34ZIsogeometric Shape Optimization for Fluids
http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/isogeometric-shape-optimization-for-fluids(41f5f597-4805-4046-bc4d-1b05c3119c64).html
<div style='font-size: 9px;'><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_short rendering_lecture rendering_short rendering_lecture_short"><h2 class="title"><a rel="Lecture" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/isogeometric-shape-optimization-for-fluids(41f5f597-4805-4046-bc4d-1b05c3119c64).html" class="link"><span>Isogeometric Shape Optimization for Fluids: Talk given at the workshop "Isogeometric Analysis 2011: Integrating Design and Analysis"</span></a></h2><a rel="Person" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/persons/allan-roulund-gersborg(3951c58c-92c6-42b5-b5c7-7862bc15912c).html" class="link person"><span>Allan Roulund Gersborg</span></a> (Participant), <span class="date">14 Jan 2011</span><p class="type"><span class="type_family">Activity<span class="type_family_sep">: </span></span><span class="type_classification_parent">Lecture and oral contribution</span></p></div><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_detailsportal rendering_lecture rendering_detailsportal rendering_lecture_detailsportal"><div class="textblock">The aim of this work is to use the unification of finite element methods (FEM) and computer aided design (CAD) embedded in isogeometric analysis to solve shape optimization problems within fluid mechanics. The flow problems considered are governed by the 2-dimensional steady-state, incompressible Navier-Stokes equations. These partial differential equations are solved for fluid velocity and pressure using B-spline based isogeometric analysis. The accurate geometry representation and high degree of continuity of the flow fields are some of the method's advantages. To ensure stable discretizations, though, care has to taken in the choice of polynomial degrees and knots vectors for the velocity and pressure approximations. In shape optimization for fluids we search for an optimal design of the flow domain that minimizes a prescribed objective, while satisfying suitable constraints. With the ability to represent complex shapes in few design variables, and the unification of the analysis and geometry models, isogeometric analysis is highly suited for shape optimization purposes. The design variables are the coordinates of control points that define the boundary of the domain. As the optimizer moves the control points around, though, control points are sometimes seen to coallesce and the control net might even fold over severely, causing an improper design and the analysis to break down. Regularization methods to ensure a good boundary representation are therefore often needed. The methodology is presented through a simple example in which a pipe bend is designed to minimize the drag with a constraint on the area of the pipe. The basics of the analysis of the Navier-Stokes equations are briefly covered, some regularization methods to ensure good boundary parametrisations during optimization are discussed, and different design results for a range of Reynolds numbers are presented.<br />
Place: Austin, Texas, USA</div><table class="properties"><tbody></tbody></table></div></div>Sun, 26 Feb 2012 07:17:34 GMThttp://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/isogeometric-shape-optimization-for-fluids(41f5f597-4805-4046-bc4d-1b05c3119c64).html2012-02-26T07:17:34ZIsogeometric Shape Optimization for Fluids
http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/isogeometric-shape-optimization-for-fluids(11a95e4a-eded-4bde-b139-c1ae8590d46c).html
<div style='font-size: 9px;'><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_short rendering_lecture rendering_short rendering_lecture_short"><h2 class="title"><a rel="Lecture" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/isogeometric-shape-optimization-for-fluids(11a95e4a-eded-4bde-b139-c1ae8590d46c).html" class="link"><span>Isogeometric Shape Optimization for Fluids: Talk given at the workshop "New Trends in Applied Geometry"</span></a></h2><a rel="Person" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/persons/allan-roulund-gersborg(3951c58c-92c6-42b5-b5c7-7862bc15912c).html" class="link person"><span>Allan Roulund Gersborg</span></a> (Participant), <span class="date">20 Feb 2011</span> → <span class="date">25 Feb 2011</span><p class="type"><span class="type_family">Activity<span class="type_family_sep">: </span></span><span class="type_classification_parent">Lecture and oral contribution</span></p></div><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_detailsportal rendering_lecture rendering_detailsportal rendering_lecture_detailsportal"><div class="textblock">The aim of this work is to use isogeometric analysis, a unification of finite element methods (FEM) and computer aided design (CAD), to solve shape optimization problems within fluid mechanics. The flow problems considered are governed by the 2-dimensional steady-state, incompressible Navier-Stokes equations. The crux of isogeometric analysis is to approximate the fluid velocity and pressure fields by B-splines. The accurate geometry representation and high degree of continuity of the flow fields are some of the method's advantages. In shape optimization for fluids we search for an optimal design of the flow domain that minimizes a prescribed objective, while satisfying suitable
constraints. The design variables in the isogeometric pproach are the coordinates of control points that define the boundary of the domain. With the ability to represent complex shapes in few design variables, and the unification of the analysis and geometry models, isogeometric analysis is highly suited for shape optimization purposes. The methodology is firstly presented through a simple example in which a pipe bend is designed to minimize the drag with a constraint on the area of the pipe. The basics of how to apply isogeometric analysis to the Navier-Stokes equations are briefly covered, some regularization methods to ensure good boundary parametrizations during optimization are discussed, and different design results for a range of Reynolds numbers are presented. Lastly, we present results for a simple airfoil optimization, in which an airfoil is designed to minimize the drag with a constraint on the lift and the size of the wing.<br />
Place: Hurdalsjoen, Norway</div><table class="properties"><tbody></tbody></table></div></div>Sun, 26 Feb 2012 07:17:34 GMThttp://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/isogeometric-shape-optimization-for-fluids(11a95e4a-eded-4bde-b139-c1ae8590d46c).html2012-02-26T07:17:34ZTeaching, learning and creativity (UDTU)
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<div style='font-size: 9px;'><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_short rendering_lecture rendering_short rendering_lecture_short"><h2 class="title"><a rel="Lecture" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/teaching-learning-and-creativity-udtu(28a36d7a-7a4e-42b8-aa17-8279e9cbd896).html" class="link"><span>Teaching, learning and creativity (UDTU): Examples from the lecture theatre – and the design studio</span></a></h2><a rel="Person" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/persons/tim-c-mcaloone(9c9317e9-245c-41b0-89ce-c010ea854293).html" class="link person"><span>Tim C. McAloone</span></a> (Speaker), <span class="date">27 May 2012</span><p class="type"><span class="type_family">Activity<span class="type_family_sep">: </span></span><span class="type_classification_parent">Lecture and oral contribution</span></p></div><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_detailsportal rendering_lecture rendering_detailsportal rendering_lecture_detailsportal"><table class="properties"><tbody></tbody></table></div></div>Tue, 01 May 2012 11:18:29 GMThttp://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/teaching-learning-and-creativity-udtu(28a36d7a-7a4e-42b8-aa17-8279e9cbd896).html2012-05-01T11:18:29ZDesign Society Advisory Board
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<div style='font-size: 9px;'><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_short rendering_participation rendering_short rendering_participation_short"><h2 class="title"><a rel="Participation" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/design-society-advisory-board(68513608-d4fa-40ba-a215-dcbcea4a0852).html" class="link"><span>Design Society Advisory Board</span></a></h2><a rel="Person" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/persons/tim-c-mcaloone(9c9317e9-245c-41b0-89ce-c010ea854293).html" class="link person"><span>Tim C. McAloone</span></a> (Member), <span class="date">Aug 2007</span> → …<p class="type"><span class="type_family">Activity<span class="type_family_sep">: </span></span><span class="type_classification_parent">Participation in council, board, committee and network<span class="type_parent_sep"> › </span></span><span class="type_classification">Membership in committee, council, board</span></p></div><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_detailsportal rendering_participation rendering_detailsportal rendering_participation_detailsportal"><div class="textblock">The Design Society is an international non-governmental, non-profit making organisation whose members share a common interest in design. It strives to contribute to a broad and established understanding of all aspects of development and design, and to promote the use of results and knowledge for the good of humanity.<br /> <br />The Advisory Board advises, guides and supports the Board of Management in developing and furthering the aim and objectives of the Society. It does this by bringing forward for consideration by the Board of Management any item of business or topic pertinent to the Society. Recommendations made by the Advisory Board are not binding on the Board of Management.<br /> <br />The Advisory Board consists of the President or President’s nominee and up to twenty seven members of the Society. The members of the Advisory Board are elected democratically by the members of the Society at the General Meeting, which is called every two years during ICED conferences. The normal term of an Advisory Board member is six (6) years with opportunity for one further term.<br />The Advisory Board is managed by a Chair, who is responsible for organising the annual meeting of the Advisory Board. The Chair is elected by the members of the Advisory Board. The office of the Chair is limited to two terms of two years.</div><table class="properties"><tbody><tr><th>Type</th><td>Research Association</td></tr></tbody></table></div></div>Tue, 01 May 2012 11:26:40 GMThttp://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/design-society-advisory-board(68513608-d4fa-40ba-a215-dcbcea4a0852).html2012-05-01T11:26:40ZThe Future of Eco-Innovation
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<div style='font-size: 9px;'><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_short rendering_conferenceparticipation rendering_short rendering_conferenceparticipation_short"><h2 class="title"><a rel="ConferenceParticipation" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/the-future-of-ecoinnovation(1467fce0-4ed5-4a96-be0b-53f815536179).html" class="link"><span>The Future of Eco-Innovation</span></a></h2><a rel="Person" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/persons/tim-c-mcaloone(9c9317e9-245c-41b0-89ce-c010ea854293).html" class="link person"><span>Tim C. McAloone</span></a> (Representative), <span class="date">19 Jan 2012</span> → <span class="date">20 Jan 2012</span><p class="type"><span class="type_family">Activity<span class="type_family_sep">: </span></span><span class="type_classification_parent">Participation in conference/workshop/course/seminar<span class="type_parent_sep"> › </span></span><span class="type_classification">Participation in workshop, seminar, course</span></p></div><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_detailsportal rendering_conferenceparticipation rendering_detailsportal rendering_conferenceparticipation_detailsportal"><h3 class="subheader">Workshop</h3><table class="properties"><tbody><tr><th>Workshop</th><td>The Future of Eco-Innovation</td></tr><tr><th>Country</th><td>Denmark</td></tr><tr><th>City</th><td>Copenhagen</td></tr><tr class="period"><th>Period</th><td><span class="date">19/01/2012</span> → <span class="date">20/01/2012</span></td></tr><tr><th>Internet address</th><td><a href="http://www.oecd.org/sti/innovationinsciencetechnologyandindustry/thefutureofeco-innovationtheroleofbusinessmodelsingreentransformation-summaryandpresentations.htm">http://www.oecd.org/sti/innovationinsciencetechnologyandindustry/thefutureofeco-innovationtheroleofbusinessmodelsingreentransformation-summaryandpresentations.htm</a></td></tr></tbody></table></div></div>Tue, 01 May 2012 13:44:03 GMThttp://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/the-future-of-ecoinnovation(1467fce0-4ed5-4a96-be0b-53f815536179).html2012-05-01T13:44:03Z1st Symposium on Advances in Refrigeration and Heat Pump Technology
http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/1st-symposium-on-advances-in-refrigeration-and-heat-pump-technology(fa23f1d0-72e9-4db4-8715-3e1959c7449f).html
<div style='font-size: 9px;'><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_short rendering_conferenceparticipation rendering_short rendering_conferenceparticipation_short"><h2 class="title"><a rel="ConferenceParticipation" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/1st-symposium-on-advances-in-refrigeration-and-heat-pump-technology(fa23f1d0-72e9-4db4-8715-3e1959c7449f).html" class="link"><span>1<sup>st </sup>Symposium on Advances in Refrigeration and Heat Pump Technology</span></a></h2><a rel="Person" href="http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/persons/jorrit-wronski(396268bd-5a7e-4cec-b068-347ba3f91910).html" class="link person"><span>Jorrit Wronski</span></a> (Organizer), <span class="date">2012</span> → …<p class="type"><span class="type_family">Activity<span class="type_family_sep">: </span></span><span class="type_classification_parent">Participation in conference/workshop/course/seminar<span class="type_parent_sep"> › </span></span><span class="type_classification">Organisation of and participation in conference</span></p></div><div class="rendering rendering_activity rendering_activity_detailsportal rendering_conferenceparticipation rendering_detailsportal rendering_conferenceparticipation_detailsportal"><h3 class="subheader">Conference</h3><table class="properties"><tbody><tr><th>Conference</th><td>1<sup>st </sup>Symposium on Advances in Refrigeration and Heat Pump Technology</td></tr><tr><th>Country</th><td>Denmark</td></tr><tr><th>City</th><td>Kgs. Lyngby</td></tr><tr class="period"><th>Period</th><td><span class="date">15/05/2012</span> → <span class="date">16/05/2012</span></td></tr></tbody></table></div></div>Wed, 06 Jun 2012 12:20:22 GMThttp://orbit.dtu.dk/en/activities/1st-symposium-on-advances-in-refrigeration-and-heat-pump-technology(fa23f1d0-72e9-4db4-8715-3e1959c7449f).html2012-06-06T12:20:22Z