Energy systems I

The course energy systems goes over the basics of energy conversion, as well as the processes of renewable energy sources.

Contents

The course Energy Systems I covers the foundations of energy conversion, as well as the processes of renewable energy sources. This course also covers the thermodynamic energy conversion processes, which reflect the latest state of technology (coal power plants, gas and steam power plants, nuclear power plants). In addition, the power plant control systems will be carefully observed.

Educational Goals

The goal of the course is to provide students with the foundational information of energy systems, in order to enable an independent, objective evaluation of these systems.

Important Information

In connection with the former courses “Methods of Energy Conversion” and “Thermal Power Plants”, the following definitions apply: Übergang_MdE_auf_ES_I-II

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Moritz Becker, Manuel Würt

Duration2 SWS
TermWintersemester 2017/18
Language of instructionGerman

Dates

Course criteria & registration

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