Heller László was born in Nagyvárad, Hungary back in 1907. He received his mechanical engineering degree in 1931 from the Elgenössische Technische Hochschule in Zrichū. He organized the Department of Energetics at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, where he worked as a professor.
In 1962, he became a full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He died in 1980.
What you may not know about Heller is that he was also an inventor. In the 1940’s the first high-pressure industrial power station was built according to his plans. He invented the Indirect Dry Cooling System, which condense the vacuum steam using an injection of cool water. Using that invention allowed the water to go through a fine-grilled heat exchanger, which cools down the water allowing is to be reused. That system is still in use and is used all over the world.
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