Advanced Process and Energy Technologies

Faculteit Science and Engineering
Jaar 2019/20
Vakcode WMCH17001
Vaknaam Advanced Process and Energy Technologies
Niveau(s) master
Voertaal Engels
Periode semester II b

Uitgebreide vaknaam Advanced Process and Energy Technologies
Leerdoelen At the end of the course, the student is able to:
1.Describe, discriminate and review important equipment and methods in process intensification, energy conversion and storage.
2.Explain and critically assess the characteristics and performance of typical examples of advanced process and energy technologies.
3.Apply the basic principles of advanced process and energy technologies to (re-)design the process and energy systems towards developing innovative solutions.
4.Work in a group and demonstrate their professional skills towards completing the process and energy system (re-)design in both writing and oral presentation formats.
Omschrijving In this course, the following subjects about advanced process and energy technologies will be treated:
- Fundamental concepts of process intensification
- Compact heat exchangers
- Structured catalysts and reactors
- Microreactor technology
- Chemical processing under high gravity field
- Reactive separation
- Industrial practice of process intensification
- Energy storage: reactor and process systems for power-
to-X conversion
- Reactor and process systems for hydrothermal conversion
of biomass to generate energy carriers
- Elements of advanced power plant engineering
Uren per week
Onderwijsvorm Hoorcollege (LC)
(Lectures: 26 hours, self study: 114 hours)
Toetsvorm Presentatie (P), Verslag (R)
(Final report: 70%, final presentation: 30%. Each part (report or presentation) should have a grade of at least 5.5 in order to pass.)
Vaksoort master
Coördinator Prof. Dr. J. Yue
Docent(en) prof. dr. ir. W. de Jong
Verplichte literatuur
Titel Auteur ISBN Prijs
Lecture slides and other materials (mainly key literature references) on the Nestor.
Entreevoorwaarden The course unit assumes prior knowledge acquired from the Bachelor degree programme in Chemical Engineering, especially those courses related to reactor engineering, catalysis, energy conversion and storage (e.g., the courses <Introduction to process and product technology>, <Technical thermodynamics>, <Physical transport phenomena 2>, <Single-phase reactors>, <Multiphase reactors>, <Separation technology>, <Catalysis for engineers>).
Opmerkingen Criteria for marking the final report:
- Content: 60%
- Structure: 10 %
- Clarity and completeness of description: 15 %
- Language: 15 %

Criteria for marking the final oral presentation (may differ for group members):
- Content (broadness and depth): 40%
- Structure: 20 %
- Clarity: 20 %
- Language: 20 %
Each part (report or presentation) should have a grade of at least 5.5 in order to pass.

To practice, two minor home assignments are handed over to the students during the course.These are compulsory but not graded. General feedback on the minor home assignments is given during the lectures and individual feedback is given on request.
Opgenomen in
Opleiding Jaar Periode Type
MSc Chemical Engineering  ( Advanced Process Technology) - semester II b verplicht
MSc Industrial Engineering and Management: Product and Process Technology  (Optional technical PPT modules) - semester II b Elective CE