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Thermodynamics in Energy Conversion (exercise)

Course 0000000180 in WS 2020/1

General Data

Course Type exercise
Semester Weekly Hours 1 SWS
Organisational Unit Chair of Energy Systems (Prof. Spliethoff)
Lecturers Thomas Ferrand
Andreas Hanel
Stephan Herrmann
Christopher Schifflechner
Elija Talebi
Dates Fri, 14:00–18:00

Assignment to Modules

Further Information

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additional remarks This course covers the fundamentals of engineering thermodynamics, with a focus on energy systems. It introduces the basic concepts of thermodynamics and then expands to the application of thermodynamic principles to energy systems and their components. These include gas turbines, steam turbines, steam generators, fuel cells, combustion systems, heat exchangers and refrigeration systems. The concept of exergy, the maximum theoretical net work that can be derived from an amount of energy or an energy flow, is also introduced and applied to the aforementioned systems. Overall, the course should provide the fundamental knowledge for further lectures such as "Thermal Power Plants" and provide an overview of how thermodynamic principles can be applied for the analysis and design of energy systems.
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