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EFS8AC

Energy Systems

ECTS Credits: 2

Duration: 21 h   + 3 Department h

Semester: S8

Person(s) in charge:

Vincent Schick, assistant professor, vincent.schick@mines-nancy.univ-lorraine.fr

Keywords: Combustion engines - Refrigerating systems - Gas turbine - Steam turbine - Combustion

Prerequisites: Bachelor thermodynamics, open/closed systems thermodynamics

Objective:

The study of energy systems and their industrial applications


  1. Simplified approach to combustion : calculating LHV, HHV, theoretical air, composition of exhaust gas, theoretical combustion temperature, stoichiometry, with excess air, dilution ratios, Ostwald diagrams, fuel comparisons

  2. Gaz turbine : open cycle, closed cycle, electricity production, aeronautical applications

  3. Steam turbine : racking, superheating, resuperheating, classical thermodynamic and supercritical cycles

  4. Combined cycles : cogeneration and trigeneration,

  5. Internal combustion engine : petrol engines, diesel engines (two and four stroke cycles), supercharge with intermediary cooling, EGR systems, Stirling engine

  6. Cold generation : by steam compression, absorption, adsorption, thermoelectricity, heat pumps

  7. An opening on air conditioning

The software Thermoptim is used to model rather precisely some systems.

 

Abilities: 

Levels

Description and operational verbs

Know 

Open/closed systems steady-state thermodynamics

Understand 

The way energy is produced by combustion engines, thermodynamic cycles and different energy systems

Apply 

Pre-size different systems for energy and environment efficiency

Analyse 

Choose an energy system's operating characteristics. Define specifications for an energy production system. Energy system efficiency.

Summarise

 

Assess

 

Evaluations:

  • Written test
  • Continuous Control
  • Oral report
  • Project
  • Written report
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