MOL-12206 Materials for Energy Technologies, 5 cr
Ilari Jönkkäri, Erkki Levänen
|Examination from given material, axcepted poster and poster presentation axcepted exercise work (notes)|
After the course the student recognizes principles of processes changing energy from one form to another and identifies material properties to energy. The student can also identify critical material properties limiting the energy efficiency. The student will have knowledge of latest research and development achievements and challenges of renewal energy technologies and material challenges at field of solar energy, fuel cells, bioenergy, wind energy and energy storage systems. The student will also learn some general skills on the course. The course contains a poster presentation that is prepared in groups. The information search needed for the poster forces the student to gather, process, evaluate, analyse and use information in a versatile and critical way. Since the poster is prepared in groups the student also learns to work in communication and interaction situations in working life as required by the task as a member of the project group. Furthermore, the student will master English language at a level that allows him/her to follow the developments in the field and to work in an international environment.
|1.||Energy policy, environmental challenges||Nuclear waste disposal|
|2.||Energy efficiency: light and strong materials, thermal insulation materials.|
|3.||Boiler technology and related materials. Combustion and gasification and related materials. Corrosion and erosion resistant materials and coatings. Challenges of use of biomass||extreme conditions||waste combustion and gasification|
|4.||Renewable energy: materials for solar and wind energy.||Energy efficient windows and related thin film technology|
|5.||Fuel cell (PEM and SOFC) and related material challenges||hydrogen production and storage|
|6.||Materials for storage of electricity, primary and secondary batteries||capacitors|
Ohjeita opiskelijalle osaamisen tasojen saavuttamiseksi
The competence of the student is evaluated by the teacher and by the other students. About half of the course grade forms from the grades of the exam and poster that are graded by the teacher. The other half forms from the peer evaluation done by the other students.
Numerical evaluation scale (0-5)
|MOL-32307 Materials Performance||Advisable|
|MOL-32327 Analysis of Materials Performance||Advisable|
|MOL-12206 Materials for Energy Technologies, 5 cr||MOL-1620 Materials for Energy Technologies, 5 cr|