Petter Nekså
Petter Nekså
Chief Scientist at SINTEF and Adjunct Professor at NTNU, Norway
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CO2-heat pump water heater: characteristics, system design and experimental results
P Nekså, H Rekstad, GR Zakeri, PA Schiefloe
International Journal of refrigeration 21 (3), 172-179, 1998
CO2 heat pump systems
P Nekså
International journal of refrigeration 25 (4), 421-427, 2002
Low-temperature CO2 capture technologies–Applications and potential
D Berstad, R Anantharaman, P Nekså
International Journal of Refrigeration 36 (5), 1403-1416, 2013
Modelling and simulation of CO2 (carbon dioxide) bottoming cycles for offshore oil and gas installations at design and off-design conditions
HT Walnum, P Nekså, LO Nord, T Andresen
Energy 59, 513-520, 2013
Low-temperature CO2 removal from natural gas
D Berstad, P Nekså, R Anantharaman
Energy Procedia 26, 41-48, 2012
Comparison criteria for large-scale hydrogen liquefaction processes
DO Berstad, JH Stang, P Nekså
International journal of hydrogen energy 34 (3), 1560-1568, 2009
Review of vapour compression heat pumps for high temperature heating using natural working fluids
O Bamigbetan, TM Eikevik, P Nekså, M Bantle
International Journal of Refrigeration 80, 197-211, 2017
Large-scale hydrogen liquefier utilising mixed-refrigerant pre-cooling
DO Berstad, JH Stang, P Nekså
International journal of hydrogen energy 35 (10), 4512-4523, 2010
Micro technology in heat pumping systems
ST Munkejord, HS Maehlum, GR Zakeri, P Nekså, J Pettersen
International Journal of Refrigeration 25 (4), 471-478, 2002
Development and analysis of a natural gas reliquefaction plant for small gas carriers
P Nekså, E Brendeng, M Drescher, B Norberg
Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 2 (2-3), 143-149, 2010
Investigation of dry ice blockage in an ultra-low temperature cascade refrigeration system using CO2 as a working fluid
H Yamaguchi, XD Niu, K Sekimoto, P Nekså
International Journal of refrigeration 34 (2), 466-475, 2011
CO2-a refrigerant from the past with prospects of being one of the main refrigerants in the future
P Nekså, HT Walnum, A Hafner
9th IIR Gustav Lorentzen conference, 2-14, 2010
Theoretical analysis of suitable fluids for high temperature heat pumps up to 125° C heat delivery
O Bamigbetan, TM Eikevik, P Nekså, M Bantle, C Schlemminger
International Journal of Refrigeration 92, 185-195, 2018
Commercial refrigeration using CO2 as refrigerant: System design and experimental results. Discussion
P Neksa, S Girotto, PA Schiefloe, P RIVET, M HALOZAN
Science et technique du froid, 270-280, 1998
A comparative evaluation of CO2 and R22 residential air-conditioning systems in a Japanese climate
J Pettersen, R Aarlien, P Neksaa, G Skaugen, K Aflekt
IIR/IEA workshop in CO2 technology in refrigeration, heat pumps and air …, 1997
High-purity H2 production with CO2 capture based on coal gasification
K Jordal, R Anantharaman, TA Peters, D Berstad, J Morud, P Nekså, ...
Energy 88, 9-17, 2015
Reversible vapor compression system
K Aflekt, E Brendeng, A Hafner, P Nekså, J Pettersen, H Rekstad, ...
US Patent 7,185,506, 2007
Development of one-dimensional model for initial design and evaluation of oil-free CO2 turbo-compressor
B Kus, P Nekså
International journal of refrigeration 36 (8), 2079-2090, 2013
Method and arrangement for defrosting a vapor compression system
K Aflekt, E Brendeng, A Hafner, P Nekså, J Pettersen, H Rekstad, ...
US Patent 6,931,880, 2005
Energy-efficiency technologies for reduction of offshore CO2 emissions
MJ Mazzetti, P Nekså, HT Walnum, AKT Hemmingsen
Oil and Gas Facilities 3 (01), 89-96, 2014
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