Course - Energy and Environment - TEP4225
TEP4225 - Energy and Environment
Examination arrangement: Work
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The course is an introduction to further studies in energy and environment, and therefore it will give an overview and a broad understanding of the subject area. It will provide an overview of: -The environment as a framework for energy. Energy resources and energy use. Methods for production and environmental impacts for electricity, heating and cooling. Heating and colding production methods and consequent environmental impacts. Energy conversions in industry and buildings. Energy flexibility and distribution of district heating. Electrical energy, electricity as energy carrier and the infrastructure associated with this. Electricity market and price formation. Planning and sizing of energy supply. Energy balance and environmental accounts.
Knowledge: The course provides the student with knowledge about: - Key challenges and technologies in energy use, utilization of energy resources, energy conversion and environmental conse-quences. The course gives the student insight about: - The environment as a framework for energy use and the exploitation of energy resources - An overview of energy recourses and energy use - Production methods for electric power and heating/cooling, and their consequences on the environment - Energy efficiency in industry and buildings - District heating systems - Technology, distribution and infrastructure in the Nordic electric power system - How the system for electric power transmission are built up - The trade in the Nordic electric power market (Nord Pool) - Heat balance and energy supply for buildings - Drivers for energy use and greenhouse gas emissions - Life cycle thinking and environmental impacts from energy production - Energy and the UN's sustainability goals Skills: The course should enable students to: - use basic knowledge about different forms of production, transport and use of electricity and heating /cooling to solve simple problemes, and to use the knowledge to explain the relationship between the use of energy resources and environmental impacts. General competence: After ended course: - The student should have basic competence regarding environmental impacts arising from different energy carriers and technical solutions - The student should be able to apply this competence in the further study.
Learning methods and activities
Emphasis is placed on the students getting a good overview of the topics dealing with the other courses in Energy and Environment. The course is structured around problem-based exercises and laboratory exercises. These are linked to introductory lectures by teachers and possibly invited professionals. The assessment includes problem-based tasks that are organized as a group work, a presentation for other students, and a group report. To pass the course, all problem-based tasks must be passed with a score of at least 70% at each assignment. In addition, all laboratory exercises/demonstrations must be approved.
- Laboratory exercises
Further on evaluation
Three problem-based assignments, organized as group work and rounded off with the presentation and submission of a report. To pass 70 out of 100 points is required. In addition, laboratory exercises and demonstrations must be approved. For a re-take all assessments during the course must be re-taken.
Compulsory activities from previous semester may be approved by the department.
Recommended previous knowledge
Required previous knowledge
Compendium and literature surveys.
Credits: 7.5 SP
Study level: Foundation courses, level I
Term no.: 1
Teaching semester: AUTUMN 2021
Language of instruction: Norwegian
- Energy and Process Engineering
- Industrial Ecology
- Industrial Economics
- Electrical Power Engineering
- Technological subjects
Examination arrangement: Work
- Term Status code Evaluation Weighting Examination aids Date Time Digital exam Room *
- Autumn ORD Work 100/100
Room Building Number of candidates
- * The location (room) for a written examination is published 3 days before examination date. If more than one room is listed, you will find your room at Studentweb.
For more information regarding registration for examination and examination procedures, see "Innsida - Exams"