Level of Study
Objectives and Content
The course aims understanding of combustion as a physcial phenomena related to safety, energyproduction and enviroment
The course descreibes experimental description of combustion, thermo dynamical foundation, chemical kinetics, flame temperatures, equations and models for mass and energy transport, ignition and quenching, laminar and turbulent combustion in premixed flames and diffusion flames, droplet and dust combustion, creation of pollutants, detonations, modelling of gas explosions and simulation of explosions with the CFD simulator FLACS.
On completion of the course
the student should have the following learning outcomes defined in terms of knowledge, skills and general competence:
- Is able to explain phenomena, concepts and theories related to combustion of gases, liquids and particle
- Is able to descreieb premixed and nonpremixed combustion, with and without turbulence.
- Is able to discuss how pollutants are formed and can be restricted
- Is able to calculate the adiabatic flame temperature of a gas mixture
- Can use transport equatioms to model combustion
- Can apply fundamental mathematical models to decreibe combustion
Required Previous Knowledge
Recommended Previous Knowledge
Basic knowledge of chemical engineering is recommended.
Credit Reduction due to Course Overlap
Access to the Course
Access to the course requires admission to the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Teaching and learning methods
The teaching method is by lectures and exercises
Activity/ 4 hours per week
Activity/ 15 weeks
Compulsory Assignments and Attendance
Compulsory exercises (6 out of 9).
Compulsory assignments are valid in X subsequent semesters.
Forms of Assessment
The forms of assessment are:
- Written mid-term exam ,25 % of total grade.
Oral examination (4 hours), 75 % of total grade.
Examination Support Material
Basic calculator allowed in accordance with the regulations specified by the Faculty.
Approved calculator models include: Casio fx-82ES PLUS and Casio fx-82EX
The grading scale used is A to F. Grade A is the highest passing grade in the grading scale, grade F is a fail.
Autumn semester and spring semester.
The reading list will be available within June 1st.
The course will be evaluated by the students in accordance with the quality control system at UiB and the department.
Contact information for the course coordinator is available at "Mitt UiB", alternatively contact the student advisor.
The faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences and Department of Physics and Technology are administratively responsible for the course.
Contact information student adviser: email@example.com
Tlf: 55 58 28 64
Type of assessment: Oral examination
- 1 hours
- Withdrawal deadline