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Alois Hoeld

Alois Hoeld was Austrian physicist. Achievements include development of frequency response and transient models for analysis of SWR and PWR noise analysis; development of coupled 3D nuclear kinetics and thermal hydraulics models; development of U-tube steam generators; development of heat transfer and drift-flux correlations; development of coolant channel module CCM.

Background

  • Hoeld, Alois was born on January 19, 1935 in Oslip, Burgenland, Austria. Son of Thomas and Ludmilla Hoeld.

  • Education

    • Matura, Lehrerbildungsanstalt Wien/Strebersdorf, Austria, 1954. Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, University Vienna, Austria, 1960.

    Career

    • Physicist Reaktorzentrum Seibersdorf, Austria, 1961—1963, Organization of European Cooperation and Development Halden-Reactor-Project, Norway, 1963—1964, General Electric Company/KEA Kemehergielanlagen Gr. Welzheim, Germany, 1964—1967, LRA der Technology University, Munich, 1967—1976, Gesellschaft fuer Anlagen-und Reaktorsicherheit (GRS), Germany, 1976—2000. Retired, 2000.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include development of frequency response and transient models for analysis of SWR and PWR noise analysis. Development of coupled 3D nuclear kinetics and thermal hydraulics models. Development of U-tube steam generators.

      Development of heat transfer and drift-flux correlations. Development of coolant channel module CCM.

    Personality

    Interests

    Classical music, films, reading, soccer, tennis.

    Connections

    • Married Erika Maria Bischofferger, February 21, 1976.
    • father: Thomas Hoeld
    • mother: Ludmilla Hoeld
    • spouse: Erika Maria Bischofferger
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    Born January 19, 1935
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    • 1954
      Lehrerbildungsanstalt Wien/Strebersdorf
    • 1960
      University Vienna
    • 1961 - 1963
      Physicist, Reaktorzentrum Seibersdorf
      Austria
    • 1964 - 1967
      Physicist, Reaktorzentrum Seibersdorf
      Germany
    • 1967 - 1976
      Physicist, Reaktorzentrum Seibersdorf
      Munich, Bayern, Germany, Germany
    • 1976
      Physicist, Reaktorzentrum Seibersdorf
      Germany