FYS375 Energy Technology, Laboratory
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Course responsible: Petter Hieronymus Heyerdahl
Teachers: Fredrik Arnesen Stulen, Tom Ringstad
ECTS credits: 10
Faculty: Faculty of Science and Technology
Teaching language: NO
Limits of class size:
Teaching exam periods:
This course starts in Autumn parallel. This course has teaching/evaluation in Autumn parallel, .
Course frequency: Annually
First time: 2012H
1: M-MF, M-LUR energimaster
2: M-IØ energimaster
Perform practical laboratory projects where you for each procjet: study the theory for the process, go through the specific lab, prepare running the lab, do the lab work, analyze the results, and write a report.
All energy must be converted from its source form (sun, biomass, wind, elevated water) into a useful form (light, movement, comfort).
After the course, you will:
- Understand some important energy conversion processes.
- Have been running three real energy converters. Conducted measurements on real converters.
- Acquired a sense of dimensions related to, power, efficiency and environmental impacts of energy conversion.
Laboratory work is central to the course. You will study and elaborate several important and basic processes in energy conversion.
Laboratory engineer. Mentoring meetings with course teachers.
Laboratory reports, selected articles etc. Details will be given at the start of the course.
FYS103, FYS272, FYS230, FYS252
Semiconductors and Enthalpy KJM230
All laboratory work is compulsory.
The execution of and reports on all laboratory tasks must be approved.
All reports are sent to sensor. Sensor selects one report from each group.
At the day of exam, each group presents the selected report in the plenum session.
Special requirements in Science
Type of course:
Lectures: 36 hrs
Laboratory exercises: 84 hrs
This course comprises laboratory and project tasks for topics covered in FYS373, FYS374 and FYS376 and should be taken in conjunction with these courses.
The course is given only if at least five students have signed up.
The examiner will evaluate the course and assess some of the the final reports.
Examination details: Continuous exam: Passed / Failed