Module Title:   Electrical Power Generation

Module Credit:   10

Module Code:   ENG5031M

Academic Year:   2015/6

Teaching Period:   Semester 1

Module Occurrence:   A

Module Level:   FHEQ Level 5

Module Type:   Work-Based Learning

Provider:   Engineering

Related Department/Subject Area:   PI - Engineering: Telecomms, Electromagnetics etc (MDIS) (not in use)

Principal Co-ordinator:   Dr HS Rajamani

Additional Tutor(s):   -

Prerequisite(s):   None

Corequisite(s):   None

Aims:
To provide students with the fundamental principles of electrical power generation.

Learning Teaching & Assessment Strategy:
This module is characterised as `work-based learning` constituting part of a Foundation Degree. The teaching strategy is to provide focused tutorial session. This will allow students to understand and reflect upon work place activities. Supplementary assessment is to repair deficiencies in original submission.

Lectures:   2.00          Directed Study:   60.00           
Seminars/Tutorials:   10.00          Other:   28.00           
Laboratory/Practical:   0.00          Formal Exams:   0.00          Total:   100.00

On successful completion of this module you will be able to...

analyse the underlying concepts of electrical power generation

On successful completion of this module you will be able to...

acquire the skills required based on standard engineering practices for the operation of electrical power generation systems.

On successful completion of this module you will be able to...

demonstrate systematic problem solving and communication skills.

  Coursework   100%
 
  Technical report (2000 words)

Outline Syllabus:
The range of the detailed syllabus will be adjusted to the requirements of the students depending on the material required for their work based practice reflection. However, it would be expected that their study will cover some or all of the material shown below.

Principles of generation - synchronous machine, faults and protection systems, transmission and distribution, economics of power systems, deregulation. Principles of embedded generation, renewable energy sources - solar, biogas, CHP systems.

Students will consider these issues critically with respect to a specific case study.

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