UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

Applied Energy Course Program

Having in mind topics such as gas hydrates, renewable energy, creating regional decentralized energy systems or energy-saving systems, the aim of this course program is to learn comprehensively about energy engineering closely related to the fields of mechanical, chemical or electrical and electronic engineering and more.

Curriculum

Basic Thermodynamics
Basic Fluid Mechanics
Basic Chemical Energy
Electromagnetics
Fundamentals of Power Circuit
Mechanics of Materials I
Dynamics of Machine Systems I
Computer Programming I
Fourier Analysis
Design and Drawing
Experiments of Energy Engineering I
Integrated Engineering for Applied Energy I
Applied Thermodynamics
Applied Fluid Mechanics
Applied Chemical Energy
Electrical Energy Application
Applied Power Circuit
Fundamentals of Energy Conversion
Transfer of Thermal Energy
Electronic Devices
Power Electronics
Energy and Environmental Engineering
Experiments of Energy Engineering II
Integrated Engineering for Applied Energy II
Applied Energy Conversion
Control Engineering
High Speed Thermal Fluid
Bio-measurement Engineering
Electric Power System Engineering
Basic Electronics
Electrical and Electronics Material Engineering
Aeronautical Fluid Dynamics
Engineering of Automobile Engine
Robotics
Practical English
Bachelor’s Thesis
System Control Theory
Biochemical Engineering
Introduction to Gas Hydrate Research
Electricity Related Laws and Facility Maintenance
Laboratory on Electrical Energy
Design of Electric Machinery

Lecture

Basic Thermodynamics

Students will learn about thermal energy conversion based on thermodynamics. This technology is applied to power generation and heat supply systems.

cogeneration system

A cogeneration system

Basic Chemical Energy

Students will learn about chemical energy conversion based on chemical thermodynamics and electrochemistry. This technology is applied to fuel cells and power storage systems.

cogeneration system