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Modelling of heat losses for chosen elements of industrial installations applying numerical methods – the topic will be presented by Zbigniew Plutecki, PhD, Paweł Sattler and Krystian Ryszczek.

Zbigniew PLUTECKI,

Graduated from Wroclaw University of Technology (Faculty of Environmental Engineering, major in Climate Control, Heating Technology and Sanitary Installations) and from Opole University of Technology (Faculty of Mechanics, major in Mechanical Engineering and Machinery Exploitation)

Works at Opole University of Technology as associate professor, director of the Department of Innovative Technological Processes.

Professionally interested in: power processes optimization, power efficiency of technological processes, simulation of heat flow processes, shaping of microclimate conditions and comfortable temperature in premises of special purpose.

Is the author of one book, co-author of two books, author and co-author of more than 100 scientific publications published in periodicals and conference papers.

Paweł SATTLER,

Graduated from Opole University of Technology (Faculty of Electronics, Control Systems Engineering and Information Technology, major in Information Technology; Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, major in Environmental Engineering).

Works at Inerio Design Office in Opole, doctoral student at the Faculty of Electrotechnology, Control Systems Engineering and Information Technology, major in Electroechnology

Professionally interested in mathematical modelling, computational fluid dynamics, simulation research of heat flow phenomena.

Is the author of 20 science publications published in monographs, periodicals and conference papers.

Krystian RYSZCZYK,

Graduated from Opole University of Technology (Faculty of Electrotechnology, Control Systems Engineering and Information Technology, major in Information Technology; Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, major in Environmental Engineering.

Works at Inerio Design Office in Opole, doctoral student at the Faculty of Electrotechnology, Control Systems Engineering and Information Technology, major in Electroechnology.

Professionally interested in research and simulation of heat flow phenomena in power installations, computational fluid dynamics, design and building of hydraulic systems.

Is the author of 20 science publications published in monographs, periodicals and conference papers.