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Course, academic year 2021/2022
  
Sustainable Energetics - M218013
Title: Udržitelná energetika
Guaranteed by: Department of Power Engineering (218)
Faculty: Faculty of Environmental Technology
Actual: from 2021 to 2023
Semester: winter
Points: winter s.:3
E-Credits: winter s.:3
Examination process: winter s.:
Hours per week, examination: winter s.:2/0, Ex [HT]
Capacity: 12 / unknown (unknown)
Min. number of students: unlimited
State of the course: taught
Language: Czech
Teaching methods: full-time
Teaching methods: full-time
Level:  
Guarantor: Pohořelý Michael doc. Ing. Ph.D.
Annotation -
As a consequence of Paris climate act (COP 21), a worldwide emphasis will be placed on the prevention of the emissions of greenhouse gasses, above all carbon dioxide (CO2), with the aim to limit global warming well below the 2°C level related to pre-industrial age. Current energetic systems that emit CO2 will have to be partially replaced by sustainable sources and partially to be refurbished with technologies able to capture CO2. This course will familiarize the students with the available and promising technologies for sustainable energetics (energy from biomass, hydroelectricity, geothermal, solar and wind energy) and with the available technologies of CO2 capture from fossil-fuel-based sources together with its transport, storage and utilisation options. Moreover, s significant technology for energy production without CO2 emissions is and probably will be nuclear power plants. Connected to a massive deployment of intermittent renewable energetics, a key role will be played by so-called smart grids and technologies of energy storage.
Last update: Juklíčková Hana (02.01.2024)
Aim of the course -

Aim of the course:

1) Familiarize with today's energy sector and current trends in the heating industry

2) Understand basic principles, technological procedures and limitations of power and thermal energy production and storage

3) Evaluate the potential of different sustainable energy sources and describe their current technological, economic and regional potential

4) Evaluate the possibilities of integrating sustainable energy sources into the current infrastructure and describe the technologies that will enable this integration (smart grids, energy storage, etc.)

5) Know EU strategy for energy and heat production

6) Assess current technologies harvesting power from renewable sources

Last update: Juklíčková Hana (04.01.2024)
Literature - Czech

[1] Godfrey Boyle, Renewable Energy, Oxford University Press, 2004, ISBN: 0-19-926178-4

[2] Libra M., Poulek V.: Zdroje a využití energie, ČZU 2007, ISBN 978-80-213-1647-8

[3] Libra, M.; Poulek, V. Solární energie; Česká zemědělská univerzita: Praha, 2005. ISBN: 80-213-1335-8

[4] Cihelka J.: Solární tepelná technika, Nakl. T.Malina, Praha, 1994, ISBN: 80-900759-5-9

[5] M. D. Aminu, S. A. Nabavi, C. A. Rochelle and V. Manovic, "A review of developments in carbon dioxide storage", Appl. Energy, vol. 208, pp. 1389–1419, 2017.

[6] M. E. Boot-Handford, J. C. Abanades, E. J. Anthony, M. J. Blunt, S. Brandani, N. Mac Dowell, J. R. Fernández, M.-C. Ferrari, R. Gross, J. P. Hallett, R. S. Haszeldine, P. Heptonstall, A. Lyngfelt, Z. Makuch, E. Mangano, R. T. J. Porter, M. Pourkashanian, G. T. Rochelle, N. Shah, J. G. Yao and P. S. Fennell, "Carbon capture and storage update", Energy Environ. Sci., vol. 7, p. 130, 2014.

[7] Dincer, I.; Acar, C. Smart energy systems for a sustainable future. Applied Energy 2017, 194, 225–235.

[8] Kumara, Y.; Ringenberga, J.; Depurua, S. S.; Devabhaktunia, V. K.; Lee, W. J.; Nikolaidis, E.; Andersen, B.; Afjeh, A. Wind energy: Trends and enabling technologies. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 2016, 153, 209–224.

Last update: Juklíčková Hana (02.01.2024)
Learning resources -

Presentations available on the course website

Recommended scientific literature

Last update: Juklíčková Hana (29.01.2018)
Syllabus -

1. Intro: Sustainability of Resources, Primary Energy Resources, Energy Tansformations

2. Biomass I: Physico-Chemical Properties of Biomass, Biomass Combustion

3. Biomass II: Pyrolysis and Gasification

4. Biomass III: Production of Biofuels

5. Hydroelectricity, Oceanic Convertors, Small-Scale Hydro, Turbines

6. Geothermal Energy, Heat Pumps, High-Enthalpy Steam Systems, ORC

7. Solar Photovoltaics, Electrical Characteristic, High-Concentration PV Sources

8. Solar Thermal Energy, Rooftop Water Heaters, Concentrated ST Power

9. Wind Energy, Aerodynamics and Aerofoils, Small-Scale and Offshore Turbines

10. Recovery of Energy from Wastes, Digestion, Combustion, Gasification

11. Integrating Sustainable Electricity, Smart Grid, Energy Storage Technologies

12. Available Technologies for Capture, Transportation and Storage or Utilization of CO2 (CCS + CCU)

13. Sustainability in nuclear power, efficiency of energy transformation in NPP, Gen IV reactors

14. Excursion

Last update: Juklíčková Hana (02.01.2024)
Entry requirements -

Interest in sustainable energetics.

Basic knowledge of the trends in current power engineering.

Last update: Juklíčková Hana (04.01.2024)
Registration requirements -

None

Last update: Juklíčková Hana (04.01.2024)
Course completion requirements -

oral exam

Last update: Juklíčková Hana (04.01.2024)
Teaching methods
Activity Credits Hours
Účast na přednáškách 1 28
Příprava na zkoušku a její absolvování 2 56
3 / 3 84 / 84
 
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