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Master classes for thermal systems simulation with our library TIL and basics of physical modeling with Modelica
"In our research projects, we perform dynamic simulations and optimizations. We work with different operating systems (e.g. Windows, Linux) and often have very specific requirements for the software interfaces. Here, the communication with TLK Energy was always very good: software interfaces were adapted for us in a short time and questions were answered competently."
RWTH Aachen University
"From formulating the task in the proposal phase to the completion of the project, we felt very well looked after. Technical depth was achieved very early on in the close-knit status meetings, which brought interesting discussions and knowledge gains for us. It's wonderful that projects like these exist."
Dr.-Ing. Rüdiger Noack
WAGNER Group GmbH
"The collaboration with TLK Energy was very straightforward and always solution-oriented. Together we have created a web-based ventilation simulator that helps us to communicate the benefits of our Airflow products better.“
AIRFLOW Lufttechnik GmbH
“TLK Energy has been instrumental in developing modeling tools that allow TNO to advance innovative heating and drying solutions for the industry. We appreciate the open communication and the fact the TLK Energy team consistently exceeds our expectations.”
Moisture is important for ventilation and air conditioning applications. Thermodynamicstates and processes with moist air can be graphically represented using the Mollier h-x-diagram. Our powerful interactive version of the hx-diagram helps beginners to understand the basics of hx-diagrams and professionals to speed up common calculations.
The McCabe-Thiele method uses a phase diagram to determine the number of theoretical bottoms in a column required to achieve the desired degree of separation. The method is a very useful tool for understanding the distillation of a binary mixture.