Ausgewählte Kapitel der Energieanlagen und FlugantriebeCopyright: IKDG
Selected Topics of Turbomachinery
This course deals with current challenges in the field of turbomachinery and energy technologies. The lectures are held by decent speakers of industry, research and politics.
This course is rotationally organized by the Institute of Jet Propulsion and Turbomachinery (IST) and the Institute oft Power Plant Technology, Steam and Gas Turbines (IKDG). According to the rotational schedule, the lecture is given by Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Manfred Wirsum (IKDG) in the winter semester 18/19.
The main course language is German.
Topic of the lecture series in WS 2018/19:
„Hydrogen: A pillar of the energy and mobility transition?“
The lecture series will discuss whether and how hydrogen as an energy carrier can play a role in a future decarbonized energy supply system. These central questions will be examined from the point of view of different actors from industry, academia and politics. The focus of the lecture series is on technologies for the production and storage of hydrogen, the supply of electricity and heat by using hydrogen and the use of hydrogen in industry and mobility.
The lecture series is explicitly not only aimed at students but also at employees of RWTH Aachen University and an interested public. Admission is free of charge.
The introductory lecture will take place on October 24th 2018 from 5:30 pm to 7 pm in the lecture hall HKW 2 (Wüllnerstraße 1). If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact Thomas Bexten at any time. Directions are available in the official flyer.
All interested parties are kindly asked to inform themselves in advance of each lecture on our homepage about possible changes of dates.
|Prof. Manfred Wirsum||IKDG||24.10.2018||Introduction||HKW II|
|Herr Marius Walters||FEV||31.10.2018||Electromobility with hydrogen - A solution to the challenges of tomorrow's mobility?||HKW II|
|Dr. Jens Kanacher||innogy||07.11.2018||Power-based fuels - Global concepts and local implementation||HKW II|
|Dr. Peter Flohr||GE Power||14.11.2018||Gas turbine combustion with hydrogen-containing fuels - state of the art and development trends||HKW II|
|Dr. Arthur Heberle||Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe||21.11.2018||Hydrogen for Power-to-Fuel and CCU - A contribution to sector coupling||HKW II|
|Dr. Frithjof Kublik||Shell||28.11.2018||Integration of electrolytic hydrogen production in the Shell Rheinland refinery as part of the REFHYNE project||HKW II|
Prof. Peter Wasserscheid
|Jülich Research Centre||03.12.2018**||LOHC as energy storage||HKW I**|
|Agnes Herdick||Open Grid Europe||05.12.2018||The natural gas network as hydrogen storage*||HKW II|
|Dr. Nurettin Tekin||Kawasaki Gas Turbine Europe||12.12.2018||Development of innovative hydrogen combustion systems for industrial gas turbines||HKW II|
|Dr. Jens Hannes||RWE Power||19.12.2018||Future of lignite and use of hydrogen*||HKW II|
Dr. Eva Klapdor
Dr. Thomas Neuenhahn
|SIEMENS||09.01.2018||Presentation of the SIEMENS PEM electrolyzer and its associated application scenarios||HKW II|
|Prof. André Thess||DLR||14.01.2018**||Flying without remorse? Why and to where we want to fly electrically.||HKW I**|
Dr. Stephan Laiminger
|GE Power||16.01.2018||Application of hydrogen in large-scale engine drives||HKW II|
|Dr. Michael Weber||EnergieAgentur.NRW||23.01.2018||Hydrogen as energy storage and fuel - system, technology, relations to NRW||HKW II|
|Herr Klaus Behnke||MAN||30.01.2018||Energy conversion technologies in an H2 economy: Technologies, potentials, limits, operating experience||HKW II|
The language of all lectures is german.
* Preliminary title
** As an exception, these lectures will take place on Monday in the lecture hall HKW I.