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KEMV998 RE1: Biogas Technology for Renewable Energy Production and Environmental Benefit (JSS23), 2 ECTS [home page]

Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Department of Chemistry, Department of Physics

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You cannot register for the course because the course has expired.
The registration deadline for this course passed 30.4.13 at 23:59.

General information

Home page: http://www.jyu.fi/summerschool
Begins - ends: 12.8.13 - 16.8.13
Registration period: 1.2.13 at 0:00 - 30.4.13 at 23:59
The registration may be cancelled before 25.6.2013 at 00:00.
Instructor(s): Laxmi-Narasimha Kaparaju
Credits: 2 ECTS cr.
Languages: language(s) of instruction: English; completion language(s): English
Registered: 33
Organisations:Advanced energy systems (UEO), Chemistry (KEM), Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences (BIO), Department of Chemistry (KEM), Department of Physics (FYS), Faculty of Mathematics and Science (SCI), Jyväskylä Summer School (JSS), Master's Degree Programme in Renewable Energy (UEO), Master's Programme in Renewable Energy (UENEU), Physics (FYS)
Current events:

 

  • Lecturers: Prof. Charles Banks and Dr. Yue Zhang (University of Southampton, UK), Dr. Michael Chesshire (Evergreen Gas), Dr. Cristina Cavinato (Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia), Dr. Reinhold Waltenberger (BDI - BioEnergy International AG, Austria) and Dr. Prasad Kaparaju (University of Jyväskylä)
  • The course is a part of the 23rd international Jyväskylä Summer School programme
Contents:

This course presents the fundamentals and most recent developments in biogas technology for sustainable renewable energy production. Anaerobic microbiology, biochemistry and reactor design are described as well as the application of biogas technology in municipal and industrial waste management, and in industrial-scale energy production from agro-wastes and crops. The concept of biogas production from food waste as second generation biofuel source, including collection, pretreatment and process optimisation, is presented with consideration of its energy and mass balance and carbon footprint for sustainability criteria. The different potential uses of the produced biogas and the digestate are also discussed, including environmental impacts and benefits on greenhouse gas emissions and nutrient recycling.

Prerequisites:

Graduate and undergraduate

Modes of study:

Obligatory attendance at lectures and excursion and passing the exam.

Completion mode:

Pass/fail

Course workload:

19 h lectures, 2 h excursion and 2 h exam

[Limit information on study groups]

Lecture [group details and registration]

Lecture [group details and registration]; registered 33, maximum 200
reg.time: 1.2.2013 00:00 - 30.4.2013 23:59
 LocationWeekDayDateAtSupervisorFurther informationURITapahtuman tiedot
1Ag Alfa33Mo12.8.201309:00-12:30KaparajuTapahtuman tiedot
2Ag Alfa33Mo12.8.201313:30-16:00KaparajuTapahtuman tiedot
3Ag Alfa33Tu13.8.201309:00-12:30KaparajuTapahtuman tiedot
4Ag Alfa33Tu13.8.201313:30-16:00KaparajuTapahtuman tiedot
5Ag Alfa33Wed14.8.201309:00-12:30KaparajuTapahtuman tiedot
6Ag Alfa33Wed14.8.201313:30-16:00KaparajuTapahtuman tiedot
7Ag Alfa33Th15.8.201309:00-12:30KaparajuTapahtuman tiedot
8Ag Alfa33Th15.8.201313:30-16:00KaparajuTapahtuman tiedot
9Ag Alfa33Fr16.8.201309:00-12:00KaparajuTapahtuman tiedot

Lecture exam [group details and registration]

Lecture exam [Registration for the exam]; registered 5, maximum 200
reg.time: 1.2.2013 00:00 - 30.4.2013 23:59
 LocationWeekDayDateAtSupervisorFurther informationURITapahtuman tiedot
1Ag Alfa33Fr16.8.201312:00-14:00KaparajuTapahtuman tiedot