Energy Science and Technology I

Overview

Lecturer:Prof. Dr.-Ing. Josef Kallo
Assist Lecturer:M.Sc. Lars Hübner / M.Sc Debjani Gosh
Language:English
Prerequisites:none
Length of the Module1 semester
Credit Hours:

4

Study Programme:Master degree in Energy Science and Technology
ECTS-Points:5
Date:Winter term

Module Contents

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

Lecturer

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Josef Kallo
Tel: +49 (0)731 5025540
Fax: +49 (0)731 5025549

Assist Lecturer

Lars Hübner

Organisation

The course is organized via the E-Learning Portal of the University of Ulm. Here you can find all the current schedules and also the course materials.

Please login for this course with the password you will receive in the lecture.

Lecture Schedule

Lecture:
Wednesday 12am - 2pm
47.2.101

Exercise:
Thursday 2pm - 4pm
45.2.103

first lecture: 25.10.2018https://elearning.uni-ulm.de/goto.php?target=crs_9288&client_id=Uni_Ulm