The course is aimed at Bachelor students in mechanical, business administration and engineering and chemical engineering. The module consists of the two courses Energy Efficiency in Industry and Process Integration and Waste Heat Utilization.
Contents of the course Energy Efficiency in Industry:
In this lecture, topics on energy efficiency, energy supply and load management concepts in industry and the manufacturing sector are dealt with using simple case studies. The focus is on the importance of industrial and commercial energy demand for a successful energy transition, methods for identifying and evaluating energy efficiency potentials, and opportunities for increasing energy efficiency in cross-sectoral technologies.
Contents of the course Process Integration and Waste Heat Utilization:
The course covers the increase of energy efficiency in industrial and process engineering processes by linking thermal energy flows. Methods for quantifying heat recovery potentials, such as pinch analysis, are covered and applied.
|Docent ||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Henning Meschede, Dr.-Ing Florian Schlosser |
|Study program ||B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering, B.Sc. Business administration and Engineering - MB, B.Sc. Chemical Engineering |
|ECTS ||8 CP |
|Workload ||240 h |
|Turnus ||Summer semester |