Optimization of corona protective masks for high and low risk patients thanks to a high degree of separation, low pressure loss and good wearing comfort.
Simulation-based and experimental development of an oil mist filter that increases the degree of separation at a lower pressure loss. Use of non-round, profiled bicomponent fibers with oil ducts and production of a fleece as a filter medium in the newly developed coalescence filter.
Disruptive approach to CFD-supported topology optimization of filters that are additively manufactured and plasma-coated. Generic approach and proof-of-concept based on three key applications: particle filters for interiors, microplastic filters for washing machines, water separation membrane for diesel vehicles.
Reduction of aerosol particle concentration in indoor spaces while observing aspects of energy efficiency through sensor networks, AI-based control, CFD simulation, cloud solutions and technological advancement of stationary and mobile ventilation systems
Definition of test aerosols, their application, characterization and sampling, proof of effectiveness of procedures for the inactivation of SARS-CoV-2 in aerosols as well as determination of the parameters of the devices and rooms that influence the proof of effectiveness.
Determination of concepts to reduce the aerosol particle load in public transport using flow simulations and sensor networks
CFD-based development of energetically highly efficient aerosol mist filters with excellent separation of even the smallest aerosol droplets. Applications: Oil mist filters for production halls and air dryer cartridges for air brakes.
The aim of this study is to examine efficiency of air purifiers as a function of the occupancy of the room, the air exchange rate, as well as the temperature and relative humidity. In addition, the limits of the correlation between aerosol pollution and CO2 concentration is shown.