Advanced power generation systems
- Department of Energy Engineering
Advanced power systems allow for effective use of fossil, nuclear, renewable and alternative energy resources in feasible combination of centralised and distributed energy systems in order to supply the energy needs.
•Current state and development of modern power generation technologies.
•Modern coal power plants.
•Prediction of the inlet parameters (sub- or super-critical) of steam power plants.
•Combined cycle power and CHP plants.
•Steam boilers for modern power units.
•Advanced methods for fuel drying.
•Current issues in exploitation of nuclear energy.
•Nuclear fussion and its future trends.
•Advanced technologies for distributed energy systems.
•Modern renewable energy systems.
•Most efficient energy systems.
•Energy storage systems.
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- Study materials:
Yan, J. (Editor): Handbook of Clean Energy Systems, 6 Volume Set, ISBN: 978-1-118-38858-7, Wiley, June 2015
Roddy D. (Editor): Advanced Power Plant Materials, Design and Technology. ISBN: 9781845695156, Woodhead, 2010
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans: