Advanced power systems
- Department of Energy Engineering
Aims of the course:
Familiarization with the issues of sustainable power generation.
Content of the course:
Advanced power generation systems and the factors that form them, i.e. theoretical physical limits, technological, ecological and economical potentials and the increased use of new and renewable energy sources.
Basic topics of the course:
Issues of power generation at the early 21st century. Power engineering machines and systems as elemental components of conversion chains for temporal- and spatial- optimal application of potentials conventional and alternative energy sources. Conceptual design of advanced power systems in centralized and distributed power generation. Efficiency of energy sources utilization and its limits.
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- Study materials:
Energy for the 21st Century, IMechE Seminar Publication 1996-3, The Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London, UK, 1996
Borbely A. M. and Kreider J. F.: Distributed Generation, CRC Press, 2001
Nersesian, R. L.: Energy for the 21st Century, 2nd Edition, 2015
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans: