Power Generation Lab

Module number: EI8037

Duration: 1 Semester

Recurrence: Summer semester

Language: English

Number of ECTS: 5

Staff

Professor in charge: Ulrich Wagner

Amount of work

Class attendance: 90

Private study: 60

Total: 150

Course work and exam formalities

Active participation in the lab course; preparation of experiment reports or colloquia. In the oral or written module exam before and during every experiment, the students demonstrate whether they are able to structure their acquired knowledge and to present the substantial aspects (30%). During the lab, it is evaluated to what extend the studens are able to practically apply the methods they are acquired in theory (40%). With reports and in colloquia, the participants show wether they are able to describe and interpret the acquired information and wether they are able to translate it into other problems (30%).

Description

Process techniques for electricity and heat generation; Measurement and arrangement of energy balances and characteristic curves; Technical criteria for energetic assessment of process control; steam turbine process, lamp measurement, combined heat and power, fuel cell

Learning outcome

At the end of the module, students are able to

- provide an overview of various technologies of power generation

- to capture, evaluate, and describe energetically relevant measurement data

- analyse and assess various generation technologies with resect to their efficiency and their area of application

Prerequisites

Module Energy Systems and Energy Economy

Media

Stutendt can carry out laboratory work at test rigs, blackboard, manuscript for each experiment

Literature

Rudolph M., Wagner U.: Energiewandlungstechnik, VDI Buch, Springer 2008

Teaching and studying methods

Course type: lab course including an excursion

Practise technical and lab technical skills:

- Coproduction of experiment reports

- Team work

- Presentation