This course presents an overview of energy storage and conversion technologies. Since different energy storage technologies have different features (e.g., capacity, energy density, power density, efficiency, charging cycles), selecting a proper technology for a given application is studied by means of analysis and case examples. The course focuses on developing the system level understanding of energy storage and related grid interfaces. After the course, the students can design simple energy storage system.
Annukka Santasalo-Aarnio, Martin Floran
1) A. Rufer, “Energy Storage: Systems and Components”, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2018.
2) Ed. Zhang, Jiujun, Zhang, Lei, Liu, Hansan, “Electrochemical Technologies for Energy
Storage and Conversion”, Wiley-VCH, 2012. (ebook)
3) N.V. Khartchenko, V.M. Kharchenko, “Advanced Energy Systems” 2nd edition, CRC Press, (2014), Boca Raton
Workspace for the course - MyCourses
MyCourses online learning environment is a tool for both students and teachers for communication and managing everyday course work. You need an Aalto User ID to log in to the course's MyCourses workspace and participate in teaching. You can activate your Aalto User ID the day after the registration and you should activate it no later than the day before the start of the course. Instructions for activating your Aalto User ID https://www.aalto.fi/en/aalto-university-open-university/aalto-user-id-student-information-systems-and-student
Course workspace: https://mycourses.aalto.fi/course/view.php?id=35982
More details on completing the course will be available at MyCourses closer to the start of the course.
- Describe operating principles of key energy storage technologies, including their benefits and fundamental limitations
- Select relevant technologies for energy storage, including storage and conversion components
- Design an energy storage interface for a power system or a power train
Lecture (online or video) = 16 h
Personal assingments = 60 h
Registration for Open University courses in Aimo-service. Registration for Aimo-service and course registration: Aimo-service
Registration starts on 12.12.2022 at 9.00
Registration ends on 16.1.2023 at 23.59
The course fee is paid upon registration for each course at a time and it is binding. Familiarize yourself with registration and payment rules as well as other guidelines for students https://www.aalto.fi/en/aalto-university-open-university/registration-payments-and-rules
The number of participants is limited to 15.
This course is organised by Aalto University School of Engineering.
Teaching time and location
The teaching time and the location of the course can be found at Sisu information system here
- The link leads to Completion methods tab of the course page
- From the top of the page (Version drop-down menu), check that academic year 2022-2023 is selected
- From the blue bar, click Lecture and open the Groups and teaching times tab to see the teaching time and the location of the course. Exam times can be seen by clicking Exam.
The coronavirus situation can cause changes. The teaching of the course can change into remote teaching, the course can be taught both remote and contact teaching or only contact teaching. There may also be changes to the teaching time and the classroom information.
Access Token on Aalto University Campus
To be able to enter campus premises and classrooms you need the student access token of Aalto University. You can get the student access token from campus lobby services. The access token need to be activated with your Aalto account and password before you can use it. Please, arrive the campus well in advance before your first class so that you can make the access token work. Please, see here the instructions how to activate the access token.
Otaniemi Campus, Espoo https://www.aalto.fi/en/campus/campus-maps-addresses-and-getting-to-otaniemi
This course is very flexible and suits well students with restrictions in timetables. This course can be directly take remotely (no presence in Otaniemi obligatory), there it neither any time dependent activities (all the lectures can be taken when suitable for the students). Course does have DL for personal tasks.
The course is multidisciplinary and students from different backgrounds are welcomed to the course.
If you need individual study arrangements in order to attend a course, contact the Open University office ([email protected]) in good time, at least 14 days before the start date of the course or the examination date. Further information individual study arrangements https://www.aalto.fi/en/aalto-university-open-university/individual-study-arrangements-at-the-open-university.