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Renewable Energies

Code: EQ0138     Acronym: ENR

Keywords
Classification Keyword
OFICIAL Technological Sciences

Instance: 2018/2019 - 1S

Active? Yes
Responsible unit: Department of Chemical Engineering
Course/CS Responsible: Master in Chemical Engineering

Cycles of Study/Courses

Acronym No. of Students Study Plan Curricular Years Credits UCN Credits ECTS Contact hours Total Time
MIEA 11 Syllabus since 2006/07 5 - 6 56 162
MI:EF 3 study plan from 2017/18 5 - 6 56 162
MIEQ 16 Syllabus 4 - 6 56 162
5

Teaching Staff - Responsibilities

Teacher Responsibility
Adélio Miguel Magalhães Mendes

Teaching - Hours

Recitations: 4,00
Type Teacher Classes Hour
Recitations Totals 1 4,00
Luísa Manuela Madureira Andrade Silva 1,00
Adélio Miguel Magalhães Mendes 3,00
Mais informaçõesLast updated on 2018-09-17.

Fields changed: Objectives, Componentes de Avaliação e Ocupação, Programa, Resultados de aprendizagem e competências

Teaching language

English

Objectives

The curricular unit Renewable Energies I aims to prepare students to select, acquire, operate and develop technologies and solutions in the field of Renewable Energies.
The subjects studied in this UC are: a) energy and solar radiation; b) solar thermal collectors; c) solar power concentrators; d) solar thermolysis; e) electrochemistry; f) fuel cells; g) electrolysis; h) electroreduction of CO2; i) batteries; j) photoelectrochemistry; k) photovoltaic cells; and m) photoelectrochemical cells.

Learning outcomes and competences

Students who successfully complete the UC of ERI should know the physical and / or chemical principles related to the technologies taught as well as the potential benefits of these technologies. In particular, they should know and apply: a) the astronomical equations relating to sun, its relative position and radiation on a surface b) working principles of a solar thermal collector, technologies and applications; c) working principles of a concentrator solar power unit, technologies and applications; d) electrochemical equilibrium and kinetic equations (equations Nernst and Butler-Volmer and Tafel) e) working principles of a PEMFC, simple phenomenological modeling, electrochemical impedance, electrical analogues, technology and applications; f) working principles of an electrolyzer, technologies and applications; g) electroreduction of CO2; h) working principles of a battery, technologies and applications; i) working principles of a photovoltaic cell, simple phenomenological model, technologies and applications; j) working principles of a photoelectrochemical cell, technologies and applications. Students should also be able to value the social relevance of the sustainable technologies.

It is expected that students develop the following skills: a) use of physical and / or chemical principles taught for selecting, characterizing, operating, optimizing and designing solutions involving technologies lectured b) teamwork c) oral and written communication and public discussion of results.


 

Working method

Presencial

Pre-requirements (prior knowledge) and co-requirements (common knowledge)

Students must have attended CU of mathematical analysis, general chemistry and heat transfer.

 

Program

1 - Renewable energy, why?, How? What contribution can we give? 


2 - Renewable energy sources and utilization technologies 
a) Rate of energy use, energy balance of the Earth 
b) The ecological view of the various sources of renewable / nonrenewable 
c) Contents energy 
d) Comparison of technologies, costs, availability, storage capacity.

 
3 - Solar Energy 
l) Direct and indirect radiation 
m) Black body, radiance, emissivity 
n) Solar spectrum 
a) Declination, hour angle, solar altitude and azimuth angles 
p) Transmittance, reflectance and absorbance 
q) Total radiation on tilted surfaces 
r) Average insolation on tilted surfaces 
s) Solar thermal collectors 
a. Energy balance of a solar collector 
b. Laboratory work 
t) Comparison of solar technologies, costs, availability, storage capacity 
u) Solar power concentrators 
v) Thermolysis 


4 - Technologies electrochemical and photo-electrochemical 
a) Electrochemistry 
b) Fuel Cells 
a. introduction 
b. Equilibrium equations 
c. Kinetic equations 
d. Diagnosis - Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy 
e. laboratory work 
c) Electrolysis of water 
a. introduction 
b. Electrolysis at low and high temperature 
c) Eletroredução do CO2 
a. introduction 
b. Eletroredução do CO2  at low and high temperature 
e) Batteries 
a. introduction 
b. Principle of operation of lead acid batteries and the batteries flow 
c. Redox flow batteries charged using photoelectrochemical cells
f) Photovoltaic cells 
a. Introduction 
b. Principle of operation of silicon cells 
c. Electric analog of silicon cells 
d. DSC photovoltaic cells 
e. Electrochemistry of semiconductors and photo-electrochemical 
f. Similar electrical 
g. Laboratory work

Mandatory literature

David S. Ginley and David Cahen; Fundamentals of Materials for Energy and Environmental Sustainability, Cambridge University Press, 2012
Soteris A. Kalogirou; Solar Energy Engineering, Academic Press, 2009. ISBN: 978-0-12-374501-9
Ryan P. O.Hayre... [et al.]; Fuel cell fundamentals. ISBN: 978-0-470-25843-9
Craig A. Grimes, Oomman K. Varghese, Sudhir Ranjan; Light, water, hydrogen, Springer, 2008. ISBN: 978-0-387-33198-0
Godfrey Boyle; Reweable Energy, Oxford University Press, 2004. ISBN: 0-19-926178-4
Rui Castro; Uma Introdução às Energias Renováveis, IST, 2011. ISBN: 978-972-8469-01-6
Jenny Nelson; The physics of solar cells. ISBN: 978-1-86094-3492

Teaching methods and learning activities

The classes will comprehend of a lecture period, followed by a period of problem solving, discussion/debate and laboratory experiments, including written reports. Students will also be asked to write a review report.

keywords

Technological sciences > Engineering > Chemical engineering

Evaluation Type

Distributed evaluation with final exam

Assessment Components

Designation Weight (%)
Apresentação/discussão de um trabalho científico 12,50
Exame 75,00
Trabalho escrito 12,50
Total: 100,00

Amount of time allocated to each course unit

Designation Time (hours)
Apresentação/discussão de um trabalho científico 10,00
Elaboração de projeto 10,00
Estudo autónomo 50,00
Frequência das aulas 30,00
Total: 100,00

Eligibility for exams

Students have to do the assignments to be admitted to exams.
Students who attended to the course in previous years can other do the assignments and exam or just the final exam.

Calculation formula of final grade

FM- 0.25 x CA + 0.75 x FE

CA - Continuous Assessment

This component covers a written work and its oral presentation followed by discussion .

FE - Final Exam

Students have to reach a minimum grade of 8 out of 20 in the final exam.

Examinations or Special Assignments

Single exam

Special assessment (TE, DA, ...)

Single exam, without weighting the continuous assessment.

Classification improvement

Single exam, without weighting the continuous assessment.

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