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Gas technology

Individual course

This course makes the students familiar with central processes in gas technology such as gas cooling, heating, storing and combustion.

Learning outcomes

After this course, the student will be able to

  • summarize the most important pathways utilized for gas, biogas and syngas production.
  • recognize the main technologies used for gas fluid processing in energy technology.
  • analyze the main related parameters involved.
  • distinguish and summarize the different routes performed for gas processing.
  • evaluate performances, yields and efficiencies.
  • assess power cycles.
  • analyze and solve problems related to gas utilization for electricity and heat production.

Teaching methods

The course is lectured at Åbo Akademi in Vaasa, but it can also be completed remotely.

Lectures, exercises, guided visits, video-lessons, demonstrations. The course is in streaming for students following remotely. F2F-meetings, readings.

During the course, points are collected in connection to the course activities: course test, homework, report and presentation.

More information in the Åbo Akademi study guide.

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Responsible teacher

Åbo Akademi
Cataldo De Blasio

Contact person for applications

FITech Network University
Monica Sandberg, Student services specialist
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Category:
Energy storages
Topic:
Applications and technologies of energy storages
Course code:
ET00BO25
Credits:
5 ECTS
Price:
0 €
Level:
Teaching period:
1.3.–27.4.2022
Application deadline:
21.2.2022
Host university:
Åbo Akademi University
Study is open for:
Adult learner,
Degree student
Teaching methods:
Online
Place of contact learning:
Vaasa
Language:
English
General prerequisites:
It is assumed that students have passed a bachelor degree.
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