Current research projects

Image Low noise and non metallic liquid-helium cryostat
Image Reducing the filling quantity
Image Performance tests of condensing units
Image Software for test rigs
Image Low Temperature Measuring Service
Image Electrochemical decontamination of electrically conducting surfaces „EDeKo II“
Image Preformance measurements of heat exchangers
Image Heat2Power
Image Low Temperature Tribology
Image Testzentrum PLWP at ILK Dresden
Image Certification of efficient air conditioning and ventilation systems through the new "indoor air quality seal" for non-residential buildings
Image Combined building and system simulation
Image Calibration of Low Temperature Sensors
Image Intelligent innovative power supply for superconducting coils
Image Electrical components in refrigeration circuits
Image Air-water heat pumps

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Akustik und Schwingungen

Industrie

Dr.-Ing. Ralph Krause

+49-351-4081-5318

Messung - Beratung - Optimierung

The ILK possesses a reverberation chamber for tests according to current standards and rules. It is used for the investigation of units and systems. Furthermore this chamber can be used too for the development of new products as well as for the recording of measuring data for technical documentations.

  • Measurements and tests are carried out by order of clients
  • Accoustical measurements acc. to accepted standards and rules, DIN EN ISO 3741
  • Machine-dynamical investigations, signal analysis, system analysis as well as modal analysis
  • Accoustical and dynamical investigation of flowing components
  • Sonic measurements of materials, DIN EN ISO 354
  • Determination of sound power level of machines, units and components
  • Determination of sound absorption values of baffles

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Further Projects

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Practical training, diploma, master, bachelor

Student training - Education at ILK

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Test procedures for electrical components

Insulating properties of hermetic compressors

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3D - Air flow sensor

Anemometer for determination of 3d-air flow