As we move further into the 21st century and innovation shows there are viable, efficient and sustainable energy resources, Energy Engineering courses provide students with the capacity to design and develop the energy technologies of the future. The energy we use in our homes daily is often supplied by an electrical grid, which needs to be designed, maintained and serviced by specialists who completed higher education Energy Engineering courses. The industrial sector also runs off of the knowledge and expertise students gain in Energy Engineering courses.
Energy Engineering courses focus on topics within a broad field dealing with energy efficiency, facility management, environmental compliance and alternative energy technologies. Nuclear, oil, natural gas, coal, biomass, wind, geothermal, tidal or solar energy are some of the common sources of power that Energy Engineering courses will focus on. Energy Engineering courses may last for a matter of weeks or for several semesters, and will often incorporate lectures, seminars and practical assessments.
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This course gives students an overview of the multidisciplinary aspects of wind turbines without too much detailed study of the literature of all these aspects. It will e
Wind turbines involve many technical aspects: rotor blades, gearboxes, generators, control systems, etc. These are based on many physical disciplines, such as dynamics, statics, aerodynamics, and electricity. Anyone who wants to apply their scientific or engineering skills to wind turbines should have an overview of the technology with which they interact. This course provides such an overview and helps you understand how the various components of a wind energy system act together. This course gives students an overview of the multidisciplinary aspects of wind turbines without too much detailed study of the literature of all these aspects. It will explain the relevant technologies at a similarly accessible level....
“Basics of general geology” – gives the participants an idea about the structure of the Earth, geological processes going
Summer/Winter school “Meet: petroleum geoscience”
Theoretical and practical classes using the resources of big Tyumen oil and gas research centers.
“Basics of general geology” – gives the participants an idea about the structure of the Earth, geological processes going on beneath and above its surface; about the processes leading to the formation of the mineral deposits of the various types; about the search and exploration methods.
“Basics of oil and gas field development” – gives the participants an idea and characteristics of general definition of the discipline: oil and gas reservoir, oil and gas field, characteristics of the wells categories, oil and gas resources and reserves. The module makes participant familiar with the systems of oilfields development, and with production intensification methods....
Tyumen State Oil and Gas University is the only university of its kind in Siberia and Far East. It was established in 1956. Today about 60 thousand students study here in
Summer/winter regional studies school “History of West Siberian oilfields’ development: the stages of the complex path” Format: Summer/winter school includes familiarization with the history of West Siberian oil and gas fields development in XXth century and today. Program: - Review lectures on the history of the Russian North development, meetings with the discoverers of West Siberian oil and gas fields; - Visits to the TSOGU laboratories and scientific centers; - Meetings with SPE and EAGE student chapter members; - Meetings with oil and gas companies experts (including foreign ones); - Visit to The geological and mineralogical museum; - Visit to TSOGU drilling training ground; - Visit to the core storage facility; - The unique minerals collection exposition. Target audience: student of foreign universities/companies specialists School language: depending on the group content (Russian/English) Duration: one week...