15 Credits SPRING



Aims/Description: This module will introduce students to the rapidly changing landscape of conventional power generation. The course will provide a greater depth and range of specialist knowledge for advanced plant design for the future including carbon capture. This will provide a foundation for leadership and a wider appreciation of future conventional power station design. Students will become knowledgeable in the sources of pollutants and mitigation techniques employed by the industry and a wider appreciation of social and environmental considerations. The course will permit the students to engage in fundamental design of key components in power generation (burners, boilers) as well as in the simulation of carbon capture plant.

Restrictions on availability: Restricted to Level 7 or above students registered on a programme in the Faculty of Engineering.

Staff Contact: NIMMO WILLIAM
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Tutorials, Problem solving, Independent Study
Assessment: Project/ portfolio

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Western Bank, Sheffield, S10 2TN, UK