ELECTRICAL ENERGY FOR AEROSPACE: STORAGE (MOD.2) C.I.

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ELECTRICAL ENERGY FOR AEROSPACE: STORAGE (MOD.2) C.I.
Teaching
ELECTRICAL ENERGY FOR AEROSPACE: STORAGE (MOD.2) C.I.
Subject area
ING-IND/21
Reference degree course
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING
Course type
Master's Degree
Credits
3.0
Teaching hours
Frontal Hours: 27.0
Academic year
2021/2022
Year taught
2021/2022
Course year
1
Language
ENGLISH
Curriculum
CURRICULUM AEROSPACE SYSTEMS
Reference professor for teaching
LAY EKUAKILLE Aime

Teaching description

A strong background of the below courses is required: Physics, Electrical Engineering, Chemistry, and Metallurgy. A knowledge is Matlab programming environment is desirable and helpful.

Introduction

International norms and standards

Electrical power generation in civil and military systems

Conventional and hybrid electrical power generation

 

Storage systems: batteries and supercapacitors

Solid and liquid state batteries

Supercapacitors

 

Reliability and test of storage systems

Energy saving and haversting

The energy autonomy of aerospace systems is one of the constrained safety criteria for their use. The conversion of different forms of energy in electrical power energy (EPE), along with the EPE within the aerospace systems, is the main objective for the student, in terms of qualitative and quantitative dimensioning. The student will be able to choose the type of device and carry out some simulations regarding the electrochemistry and energy operating mode.

Lessons and exercises

Interview (oral exam) after a mini-project to be submitted and evaluated

Available for Master Degree thesid

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