Research on GAS-EVOLVING ELECTRODES in electrochemical reactors

Prof. em. Dr.-Ing. Helmut Vogt   

                                                  Beuth-Hochschule, Berlin

 

                                                            sci@helmut-vogt.de

Activities
Helmut Vogt (1936) studied process technology at TU Berlin and earned his doctorate degree at TU Stuttgart. After 10 years of industrial activity, he was appointed professor at the Faculty of Process and Environmental Technology at Beuth University of Technology, Berlin, in 1972 and retired in 2001.

Fields of Competence
Electrochemical Engineering

Problems of gas evolution at electrodes
      energy optimization
      mass transfer
      current distribution

      two-phase fluid dynamics
      interelectrode resistance

Application to industrial production of
      chlorate
      hypochlorite
      aluminium

Publications