Advanced measurement techniques in energy technology
Spring Term 2021
About the course
The course is divided into two modules: 1. Theory, 5.0 ECTS 2. Experimental, 2.5 ECTS The course covers theoretical and practical aspects of measurement techniques used in the field of energy technology, both in academia and industry. The focus is on characterization of multi-phase flows in thermochemical energy conversion processes. The course includes measurement methods for temperature, concentration of atoms and molecules in gas phase, aerosols and chemical composition of gases and solids. For gas phase measurements, the emphasis lies on non-invasive online detection with optical methods, such as laser spectroscopy. For solids, the course covers particle sampling and off-line analysis with advanced techniques based on light scattering, electron microscopy and mass spectrometry. An overall presentation of the physical and chemical principles of the measurement techniques is given, as well as an overview and examples of applications. The performance of the methods and devices in practical energy conversion processes and energy systems is discussed. The course consists of both theoretical and experimental elements, and is closely related to current research and development.
Advanced measurement techniques in energy technology, 7.5 hp
Spring Term 2021
24 March 2021
6 June 2021
English (upon request)
Type of studies
Admission to the course requires at least 90 ECTS credits of previous studies including Physical Properties of Measuring Devices, 7.5 ECTS or equivalent, and Engineering Chemistry, 7.5 ECTS or equivalent.
Applicants in some programs at Umeå University have guaranteed admission to this course. The number of places for a single course may therefore be limited.
Application deadline was
15 October 2020.
The application period is closed.
Application and tuition fees
As a citizen of a country outside the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland, you are required to pay application and tuition fees for studies at Umeå University.