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EEE7196 - Sustainable Energy (2021-2022 Fall)

Office Hours by Reservation via e-mail

  • Venue: Room 210, West Wing, Prefab Building

  • Date&Time: Will be announced in response to e-mail reservation

Main Course

  • Venue: Class D101, M2 Building

  • Date&Time: 13:15-16:00 on Fridays

  • Objectives: This course aims to inform students about the vitality and fundamentals of sustainable energy, current policies and trends, design considerations and planning of a variety of sustainable energy systems, basic principles of Power-to-X, feasibility assessment, energy storage, and grid integration along with micro and smart grids.

  • Contents: Definition of Energy Use, Introduction to Sustainable Energy, Energy Policies and Electricity Markets, Solar Photovoltaic Systems, Solar Thermal Electricity, Wind Energy, Power- to-X and Energy Storage, Bioenergy, Cogeneration and Trigeneration Power Plants, Geothermal Energy, Hydraulic Energy, Ocean Energy, Wave Energy, Tidal Energy, Nuclear Energy, Demand Side Management, Grid Integration of Sustainable Energy Systems: Micro and Smart Grids, Applied Power Forecasting, and Final Project.

Assignment (2021-2022 Fall)

  • Students are responsible for preparing a paper in order to benchmark sustainable and renewable energy concepts along with determining the position of nuclear energy within those concepts.

  • Rule 1. IEEE Conference Paper Template for LaTeX will be used within any LaTeX editor.

  • Rule 2. Maximum page limit is 4. A general introduction regarding sections of the paper are discussed in Document 1 and Document 2.

  • Rule 3. After finishing the paper, a portable document file (PDF) of the paper will be uploaded to Academic Plagiarism Detector by creating a student account (Class ID: 32455277 and Enrollment Key: EEE7196 ; Please note that during upload, students must choose single-file upload as submit option). Students will see their similarity reports after the deadline. If a similarity report of a paper shows a percentage which equals to or greater than 30% (after the exclusion of bibliography), that paper will not be admitted for the evaluation.

  • Deadline: 26 November 2021, Friday, 17:00.

Exams

  • Week 9: Midterm Examination

  • Week 16: Final Examination

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