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Thomas Heeger

PhD student

Driving hydraulic machines from electric motors enables improved system efficiency and
flexibility. My research is on electro-hydraulic pumps and motors for mobile working machinery.



Thomas Heeger, Samuel Kärnell, Liselott Ericson (2024) Challenges for multi-quadrant hydraulic piston machines Energy Conversion and Management: X, Vol. 22, Article 100578 Continue to DOI


Thomas Heeger (2023) Design of Electro-Hydraulic Energy Converters: With Focus on Integrated Designs and Valve Plate Rotation
Thomas Heeger, Martin West, Kim Heybroek, Liselott Ericson (2023) Methodology for Dimensioning of Integrated Electro-Hydraulic Machines SICFP'23 Proceedings: The 18th Scandinavian International Conference on Fluid Power, p. 487-505


Thomas Heeger, Liselott Ericson (2022) Optimization of Pressure Relief Grooves for Multi-Quadrant Hydraulic Machines in Different System Architectures Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on Innovative Engineering for Fluid Power (WIEFP 2022), November 22-23, Sao Paulo, Brazil, p. 57-66 Continue to DOI


Thomas Heeger, Liselott Ericson (2021) A New Degree of Freedom for Variable Axial Piston Pumps with Valve Plate Rotation Proceedings of the 17:th Scandinavian International Conference on Fluid Power, SICFP’21, June 1-2, 2021, Linköping, Sweden, p. 117-133 Continue to DOI