Laboratory Exercise in Energy Technology

  • type: Practical course (P)
  • chair: Fakultät für Maschinenbau
  • semester: WS and SS
  • time:

    winter 2021 term

  • start: by arrangement
  • lecturer:

    Prof.Dr.-Ing. Hans-Jörg Bauer
    Dr.-Ing. Robert Schießl
    Prof.Dr. Ulrich Maas

  • sws: 3
  • ects: 4
  • lv-no.: 2171487
  • exam:

    Report of 12 pages and discussion of the results with the supervisor.

  • information:

    Registration procedure is described below.

    Overview of terms:
    Announcement of topics: 18.10.2021
    Registration begin: 18.10.2021
    Registration deadline: 29.10.2021
    Notification date for further instructions: 01.11.2021

     

    The time to process the topic is 120 hours, corresponding to 4 ETCS Credits. The students have to process the topic
    successfully till the beginning of the following semester. Otherwise, the Laboratory Exercise is not passed and the
    student has to process another topic in the following semester. The processing time in the semester is flexible and
    shall be arranged between the supervisor and the student by mutual agreement.

Registration procedure for the course: Laboratory Exercise in Energy Technology [2171487]

The registration and division for the course: Laboratory Exercise in Energy Technology takes place in three steps:

  1. Announcement of topics: 25.04.2022
    Although, the description of the ITS topics is only available in German it is possible to elaborate the topics in English language. Please read the lists carefully. Afterwards, you can specify in the form below two topics for which you are interested.
  2. Selection of topics: 25.04.2022 - 08.05.2022
    Fill in the form completely and name your favorite topic (first choice) and a second topic you would like to elaborate (second choice).
    ITS: If available, please indicate any previous knowledge, which will be helpful for processing the task.
    ITT: The registration is done in ILIAS.
  3. Announcement of final division: 09.05.2022
    ITS: You will be informed by e-mail on 09.05.2022 which topic you are working on.
    ITT: Please coordinate the further procedure with Dr.-Ing. Schießl. You will find Dr.-Ing. Schießl in building 10.91 room 218.

Please note:
Although, the description of the ITS topics is only available in German, it is possible to elaborate the topics in English language. Please note that the registration is binding. In justified exceptional cases, it is possible to return the topic after the announcement of the classification on 09.05.2022. Therefore, send an e-mail to mail-studienberatung∂its.kit.edu

Registration and Selection of Topics

The registration period is expired. (2022-04-25 00:00:00 - 2022-05-08 23:59:00)

Learning goals and contents

Learning Goals:

Attending this course enables the students to:

  • accomplish experimental, numerical, design related as well as analytical or theoretical tasks in a scientific framework
  • perform a correct evaluation of the obtained results
  • document and present their results adequately
Content At the ITS students elaborate topics, which are arranged each semester by the scientific stuff, like the topics for Bachelor’s or Master’s theses. Thus, the topics listed below only have exemplary character:
  • Conceptual design for the precise positioning of a camera using a robot arm
  • Enhanced image processing with Python
  • Investigation of fuel atomization using novel mathematical methods in MATLAB®
  • Development of an evaluation routine for the determination of the wetted surface from SPH particle data
  • Development of a method for quantifying the particle disorder in SPH simulations
  • Modeling and calculation of test bench components for the calculation of heat transfer and temperature profiles using finite element methods
  • Expansion of the simulation model for the investigation of spray evaporation with OpenFOAM®
  • Control the setting of an audible levitator with LabVIEW
At the ITT students can find available topics in ILIAS
Prerequisites: none
Workload: regular attendance: 42h
self-study: 78h