Lecture (Winter Semester, Nr. 73 130 L
1542) NEW! From WiSe 20/21 in English!
|Exam in WiSe 2020/21:||tba|
The supply of energy and the extraction of resources are
worldwide combined with techniques and technologies which are
permanently changing and developing. Thus, the extraction of
ressources requires on the one hand techniques which undergo a
permanent optimization process worldwide, since easily exploitable
deposits are running out. Whereas on the other hand, the rising
standards of environmental compatability of extraction methods demand
a continous improvement of the technology. In this module "Energy
and Resources - Technology and Systems", we work out essential
fundamentals of technical processes and principles of the systems and
technologies for the supply and the use of energy and natural
ressources by using theories and methods of engineering sciences.
These fundamentals will be applied on the processes along the value
chains. The special approach is the holistic consideration of energy
and ressources from the system point of view. Since the supply and
usage of energy is closely linked with the excavation of raw
materials, this approach is especially important to understand the
whole system. Students have to work independently and in a team, on
papers, case studies and presentations. This will qualify them to
solve complex tasks in the energy and raw materiel industry.
This module focuses on teaching the basics of system
technology, technical processes at the extraction, processing,
transformation and the use of energetic and natural raw materials.
Main points: system theory, analysis and evaluation of energy systems,
technical processes at the exploration and promotion of resources,
transport technologies for energy and natural raw materials,
transformation technologies and preparation technologies of natural
raw materials. Energy conversion processes and plants, steam power and
gas turbines, material flow analysis and environmental protection,
storage technology, hydrogen, gas storage facilities, renewable
energies, photovoltaics, wind energy, solarthermics, water, biomass,
fuel cells and innovative systems.
Semester, Nr. 73 130 L 1543)
|Lecturers:||Steven Hotopp, Stephan Seim
and others |
The tutorial complements the lecture ER-T. The focus of the lecture
will be discussed in depth in the tutorial. The participants also will
have to work out a written elaboration in groups.
tutorial dates are offered, of which only one is to be chosen.
The formalities for registration will be announced in the