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Technologies for electrochemical energy conversion and storage of electricity

Individual course

Course contents

The course provides the student the ability to analyse battery and mechanical electricity storages and water electrolysis and fuel cell plants at system level. The student will learn how to model the components and systems, and study the energy efficiency and dynamics of the systems.

Learning outcomes

After having passed the course you will be able to

  • identify the main components in electrochemical and mechanical electricity storage and conversion systems
  • dimension the system components in the energy storage and conversion systems
  • analyse the control systems in the energy storage and conversion systems
  • know the basics of relevant regulations, norms, and standards in the energy storage and conversion systems.

Teaching methods

The course is organised online and the lectures are recorded. Project work is done as group work in groups of 3-4 students.

Completion methods

The course includes lectures and project works. Evaluation is based on the project works.

More information in the LUT University study guide.

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Responsible teachers

LUT University
Aki Grönman
LUT University
Pertti Kauranen

Contact person for applications

FITech Network University
Fanny Qvickström, Student services specialist
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Applications and technologies of energy storages,
Energy engineering,
Energy markets and business models
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LUT University
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General prerequisites:
Basic knowledge of the structures and operating principles of Li-ion batteries, water electrolyzers and fuel cells at component level.
Course suitable for:
People interested in Li-battery applications, electricity storage, and hydrogen production and use.
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