Energy technology of power plant TX00DF42-3001 13.01.2020-10.05.2020 5 credits(ENE18, ...)+-
Learning outcomes of the course
The student knows the basic applications of thermodynamics. The student will be able to apply the laws of thermodynamics to heat engines, and understand the limitations of the laws. The student will be able to calculate physical quantities of thermodynamic processes and cycles, such as pressure, volume and temperature. He/she also will also be able to calculate thermal efficiencies of heat engines. The student will understand the thermodynamics of the most important heat engines and devices used in power plants.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
The student knows the laws of thermodynamics and understands the limitations of the laws of thermodynamics. The student can do an energy analysis for the system. The student understands the basics of fluid mechanics and can calculate the pressure loss of pipes. The student knows the basics of electricity and heat production.
Course contents
-Clausius-rankine cycle, reheating and preheating
-Moist air
-Flow machines
-Heat pumps and refrigeration cycles
-Flue gases
Assessment criteria
Satisfactory
The student understand the basics of thermodynamics and can solve simple calculations.
The student knows the basics of heat engines.
Good
The student can solve simple problems and calculations of thermodynamics.
The student is familiar with the basics of heat engines and can solve ideal heat engine calculations.
The student can solve applied thermodynamic calculations and equations for chemical reactions, and specify the composition of the flue gases.
Excellent
The student understands the concepts and laws of thermodynamics and knows how to use them to solve problems.
The student can solve applied thermodynamic calculations and equations.
Name of lecturer(s)
Tomi Hämäläinen
Mode of delivery
Face-to-face
Language of instruction
Tuition in Finnish
Timing
13.01.2020 - 10.05.2020
Enrollment date
13.01.2020 - 14.01.2020
Group(s)
ENE18
TXO18S1
Seats
0 - 100
Unit, in charge
School of Smart and Clean Solutions
Teacher(s)
Tomi Hämäläinen
Degree Programme
Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Technology