Dr. C.M. de Servi
- Supercritical carbon dioxide Brayton cycle power systems
- Organic Rankine cycle power systems
- Waste-to-energy systems
- Dynamic modeling of energy systems
- Integrated process/components design optimisation
- Calculation of Thermo-physical properties of fluids
I graduated in Mechanical Engineer at Politecnico di Milano in 2008 with a thesis on “Control Strategies for an Hybrid Vehicle Drivetrain”. In 2009 I started to work as a research engineer at the Energy Department of the same institution carrying out a study on the assessment of wind resource in the Appennini mountains. From 2010 I attended the PhD course in “Energy and Nuclear Science and Technology” of Politecnico, focusing my research on dynamic modeling of energy conversion systems, in particular of waste to energy plants. In 2014 I received the PhD degree with a dissertation titled “Dynamic Modelling of Complex Energy Systems”. The same year I joined the Power & Propulsion group as Post-doctoral researcher.
My current research activities revolve around modelling techniques and numerical methods for simulation of complex physical systems, design of waste heat recovery units for power generation, and the study of gas dynamics of non-ideal compressible flows.
C. Trapp, C.M. De Servi, F. Casella, P. Colonna, A. Bardow, Dynamic modelling and validation of pre-combustion CO2 absorption based on a pilot plant at the Buggenum IGCC power station, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 36 (5), 2015
N.R. Nannan, C.M. De Servi, T. van der Stelt, P. Colonna, A. Bardow, An equation of state based on PC-SAFT for physical solvents composed of polyethylene glycol dimethylethers, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 12/2013, 52 (51), 18401-18412
C.M. De Servi, A. Tizzanini, R. Bini, C. Pietra, S. Campanari, Enhancement of the Electrical Efficiency of Commercial Fuel Cell Units by Means of an Organic Rankine Cycle: a Case Study. J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power 135(4), 2013, 042309
C.M. De Servi, L. Rigamonti, S. Consonni, Energetic and Environmental Analysis of a New Cogenerative Configuration for the Waste to Energy Plant of Piacenza, Conference paper, 19th Annual North American Waste-to-Energy Conference
- ancillary activities
2020-08-15 - 2022-08-15
Consultancy / research and other