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School of Chemical and Environmental Engineering

Now offering two distinct diplomas: Chemical Engineering and Environmental Engineering

Energy and Environmental Technologies

Course Information:

Course ID:ENVE 303
Type of course:Required course
Teaching Hours:Th=1, E=0, L=3

Instructors: Associate Professor D. Kolokotsa (Faculty member-EnvEng), Professor M. Lazaridis (Faculty member-EnvEng), Professor T. Tsoutsos (Faculty member-EnvEng)

Laboratory Exercises: Th. Glytsos, I. Kanakis, A. Spyridaki

Textbooks (Eudoxus):

  • Book [22787]: Εργαστηριακές εφαρμογές ήπιων μορφών ενέργειας, Καλδέλλης Ιωάννης Κ., Καββαδίας Κοσμάς Α.

Recommended reading:

  • Robert A. Ristinen, Jack P. Kraushaar, Energy and the Environment, 2nd Edition, Wiley February 2006, ©2006


  •  Registration required

Course contents:

  • Introduction to Energy and the Environment
  • Assessment of  climatic and meteorological data
    • Lab exercise 1: Study and evaluation of solar energy potential
    • Lab exercise 2: Study and evaluation of wind energy potential
  • Introduction to Air Pollution
  • Assessment of air pollution emissions
    • Lab exercise 3: Measurement of air pollution emissions from a heating boiler
    • Lab exercise 4:  Indoor air pollution and energy efficiency
  • Τechnologies exploiting solar energy to produce heating and cooling
  • Τechnologies exploiting solar energy to produce electricity
    • Lab exercise 5:  Solar collector-thermosiphon efficiency
    • Lab exercise 6: Study of the photovoltaic frames
  • Supplementary lab exercises 

Laboratory Exercises:

  • Six laboratory exercises -individual reports: 100% of lab grade

Assessment and grading method:

  • Lab work, 100% of lab grade

Last modification: 06-09-2018