The compulsory selective laboratory module "Renewable Energy Sources II (Theory)" is offered in the 6th semester of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, as part of the courses on RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES and ENVIRONMENT module.
This module is related to the "Renewable Energy Sources II (Laboratory)", "Renewable Energy Sources I(Theory and Laboratory)" and "Energy Mechanics and Natural Resources Management" courses, with strong links in terms of knowledge of the subject. In this course, students are provided with a chance to deal with practical and real problems of Renewable Energy Applications in our country, gaining valuable experience in market and legislative framework issues, but mainly in technical problems encountering when attempting to install and operate renewable energy plants.
The following subjects are included in this module:
- Design and Evaluation of Wind Turbines actual behavior
- Design of Stand-Alone Wind Installation
- Study of complete Wind Energy installation for Individuals
- Determination of Optimal position of Wind Farms and Wind Turbines in Wind Farms
- Reversible Hydroelectric Operation
- Agricultural Solar Geothermal Greenhouse
- Desing of Stand-Alone PV Installation
- PV and Small Hydro Hybrid Plants
- Passive Cooling of Buildings, Energy Audit and Accreditation Building
- Biomass Utilization of Wastewater Treatment Using Geothermal and Solar Energy