Baumansicht ein

Brotkrumen-Navigation

Symbol Kurs

Technologien und Ressourcen für Eneuerbare Energien: Von Wind und Solar zu Chemischen Energieträgern

What are the implications for the power grid and for our energy system caused by increased feed-in of renewable energy? How can we make best use of excess renewable energy with the help of chemical storage processes in an economic, safe and secure way? What are the critical and relevant topics in catalysis, chemical engineering, process engineering, electrical and mechanical engineering? Developing technologies for the expansion of renewable energy is currently a new topic in chemistry, chemical engineering and physics. An important aspect is the distribution and optimal use of excess electrical energy. As reversible chemical reactions can release and consume large amounts of energy, chemicals and batteries are predestinated to serve as unidirectional or bidirectional energy storage systems. However, the fluctuating nature of renewable energies poses not yet mastered challenges. Additionally, collaboration between the different scientific disciplines becomes necessary. This advanced course both for master and PhD students covers both fundamental and practical problems as well as current solution strategies while involving experts from related disciplines.

Allgemeine Informationen

Wichtige Informationen
Der Kursus wird in Englisch angeboten. The course will be given in English.
Kursprogramm
What are the implications for the power grid and for our energy system caused by increased feed-in of renewable energy? How can we make best use of excess renewable energy with the help of chemical storage processes in an economic, safe and secure way? What are the critical and relevant topics in catalysis, chemical engineering, process engineering, electrical and mechanical engineering?

Developing technologies for the expansion of renewable energy is currently a new topic in chemistry, chemical engineering and physics. An important aspect is the distribution and optimal use of excess electrical energy. As reversible chemical reactions can release and consume large amounts of energy, chemicals and batteries are predestinated to serve as unidirectional or bidirectional energy storage systems. However, the fluctuating nature of renewable energies poses not yet mastered challenges. Additionally, collaboration between the different scientific disciplines becomes necessary. This advanced course both for master and PhD students covers both fundamental and practical problems as well as current solution strategies while involving experts from related disciplines.

Zusammenfassung

What are the implications for the power grid and for our energy system caused by increased feed-in of renewable energy? How can we make best use of excess renewable energy with the help of chemical storage processes in an economic, safe and secure way? What are the critical and relevant topics in catalysis, chemical engineering, process engineering, electrical and mechanical engineering?

Developing technologies for the expansion of renewable energy is currently a new topic in chemistry, chemical engineering and physics. An important aspect is the distribution and optimal use of excess electrical energy. As reversible chemical reactions can release and consume large amounts of energy, chemicals and batteries are predestinated to serve as unidirectional or bidirectional energy storage systems. However, the fluctuating nature of renewable energies poses not yet mastered challenges. Additionally, collaboration between the different scientific disciplines becomes necessary. This advanced course both for master and PhD students covers both fundamental and practical problems as well as current solution strategies while involving experts from related disciplines.

Allgemein

Sprache
Deutsch

Verfügbarkeit

Zugriff
Unbegrenzt – wenn online geschaltet
Aufnahmeverfahren
Zur Zeit ist keine Aufnahme möglich.
Veranstaltungszeitraum
02. Nov 2020 - 19. Feb 2021

Für Kursadministratoren freigegebene Daten

Daten des Persönlichen Profils
Benutzername
Vorname
Nachname
E-Mail
Matrikelnummer

Zusätzliche Informationen

Objekt-ID
1544651
Link zu dieser Seite
Erstellt am
03. Apr 2020, 23:08