Energy Science and Technology I

Dozent

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Josef Kallo

Tel: +49 (0)731 5025540
Fax: +49 (0)731 5025549

Energy Science and Technology I

Überblick

Dozent:Prof. Dr.-Ing. Josef Kallo
Übungsleiter:M.Sc. Lars Hübner / M. Sc. Debjani Ghosh
Sprache:Englisch
Voraussetzungen:keine
Dauer der Veranstaltung1 Semester
Stunden:

4

Pflichtfach:alle
Leistungspunkte:5
Zeitraum:Wintersemester

Inhalt

The course gives an overview on conventional (electric) power technology:

  • development and status of energy consumption and resources; its limitations and consequences
  • physical basics of mechanical – electrical energy conversion
  • types of electric machines: DC separately excited, parallel and series wound; asynchronous; synchronous, special forms like AC machines, linear drives, electronically commutated machines: their construction, function, characteristics and applications
  • structure and function of the electric power grid and its components
  • electric power generation by means of thermal power plants and their thermodynamical fundamentals: entropy, Carnot -, (Joule) Brayton - and (Clausius) Rankine cycle
  • nuclear power plants, nuclear fusion technology
  • electric power generation from renewable sources: hydro and wind power, photovoltaics, further technologies in the field of renewables

Dozent

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Josef Kallo

Tel: +49 (0)731 5025540
Fax: +49 (0)731 5025549

Übungsleiter

M.Sc. Lars Hübner / M. Sc. Debjani Ghosh

Veranstaltungsorganisation


Termine

Vorlesung:
Mittwoch 12:00 - 14:00
47.2.101

Donnerstag 14:00 - 16:00
43.2.101

Erste Vorlesung am 25.10.2018

Überblick

Dozent:Prof. Dr.-Ing. Josef Kallo
Übungsleiter:M.Sc. Lars Hübner / M. Sc. Debjani Ghosh
Sprache:Englisch
Voraussetzungen:keine
Dauer der Veranstaltung1 Semester
Stunden:

4

Pflichtfach:alle
Leistungspunkte:5
Zeitraum:Wintersemester

Übungsleiter

M.Sc. Lars Hübner / M. Sc. Debjani Ghosh

Inhalt

The course gives an overview on conventional (electric) power technology:

  • development and status of energy consumption and resources; its limitations and consequences
  • physical basics of mechanical – electrical energy conversion
  • types of electric machines: DC separately excited, parallel and series wound; asynchronous; synchronous, special forms like AC machines, linear drives, electronically commutated machines: their construction, function, characteristics and applications
  • structure and function of the electric power grid and its components
  • electric power generation by means of thermal power plants and their thermodynamical fundamentals: entropy, Carnot -, (Joule) Brayton - and (Clausius) Rankine cycle
  • nuclear power plants, nuclear fusion technology
  • electric power generation from renewable sources: hydro and wind power, photovoltaics, further technologies in the field of renewables

Veranstaltungsorganisation


Termine

Vorlesung:
Mittwoch 12:00 - 14:00
47.2.101

Donnerstag 14:00 - 16:00
43.2.101

Erste Vorlesung am 25.10.2018