TMPP350 Energy and Process Technology Main Topic
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Course responsible: Odd Ivar Lekang
Teachers: Tor Kristian Stevik, Carlos Mauricio Salas Bringas
ECTS credits: 15
Faculty: Department of Mathematical Sciences and Technology
Teaching language: NO
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This course starts in Autumn parallel. This course has teaching/evaluation in Autumn parallel, .
Course frequency: <p>Annually</p><p><br/></p>
First time: 2003H
The main part of the course is an individual assignment where the student shall plan an industrial production plant. Examples of such plants are oil refinery, industrial production of bioethanol, industrial cleaning of gases, district heating systems, etc. In addition some unit operation will be described, particularly units that are relevant for the assignment. Some simulation will be conducted using the simulation tool Aspen Plus from Aspentech. If practical, there will be a visit to a relevant industrial plant.
The course will give the student knowledge on how to put together several unit operations into a production unit. Dimentioning the different units so that they are adapted to each other is central. Additionally the students will gain knowledge in how to simulate a production unit.
The teaching is a combination of lectures/seminars, self-study, group work and exercises. Problem-based learning (PBL) is central. The main part of the course is an assignment where the student determines what the solution looks like. The project report will be in a specified format.
The teacher/s is/are available for extra support and advice during office hours, and can also be reached by telephone and e-mail.
The syllabus is handed out when the course starts.
TMPP251 - Energy and Process, or equivalent
FYS 251 - Heat transfer and energy, FYS210 - Hydrodynamics, TPS210 - Engineering Fluid Mechanics.
The report shall be delivered one week before the exam
Oral examination, approx. 45 minutes, with presentation and discussion of the project work. The project report must be submitted at least one week before the oral examination.
Lectures/seminars: approx. 100 hours. Exercises and excursions: approx. 60 hours. Project assignments: approx. 290 hours.
Special requirements in Science
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Lectures and project guidance: 6 hours per week
The course is tailored to the students which have chosen the Master"s profile in Machinery-, Process- and Product Development (M-MP) and Food Industrial Processes (MIP), but is also suited for other students that have passed the course TMPP251, and have relevant background.
The examiner participates in discussions about the organisation of the oral examination, and he is a co-examiner. The examiner takes part in the yearly revision of the course. The final examination is carried out according to a standardised set of criteria. The criteria used, as well as assessment and the results which are achieved in each field, are made available to the individual student.
Examination details: Oral exam: A - E / Ikke bestått