Gil Georges: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2020

Name Dr. Gil Georges
DepartmentMechanical and Process Engineering

151-0251-00LIC-Engines: Principles, Thermodynamic Optimization and Future Applications4 credits2V + 1UK. Boulouchos, G. Georges, K. Herrmann
AbstractFuture Relevance of IC Engines for Transportation and Power-on-Demand. Characteristic performance parameters and operating maps. Thermodynamic cycles and energetic optimization. Heat transfer and waste heat recovery. Turbocharging methods. Hybrid powertrains and energy storage on board. Decentralized power and heat cogeneration incl. use of renewable fuels.
ObjectiveThe students get familiar with operating characteristics and efficiency maximization methods of IC engines for propulsion and decentralized electricity ( and heat ) generation. For this purpose they learn to use advanced simulation methods and related experimental techniques for performance assessment in a combination of lectures and exercises.
Lecture notesIn English.
LiteratureJ. Heywood, Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals, McGraw-Hill