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Graduates are able to identify the legal and technical fundamentals of waste and wastewater management and apply technical-procedural and thermodynamic knowledge and procedures for energetic reciprocal interactions of thermal waste recycling and technical wastewater treatment.
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Introduction to Energy Business, Elctrical Power-Supply Networks
The technical and legal fundamentals of waste and wastewater management are conveyed while taking communal aspects into account.
Students learn about the procedures of aerobic and anaerobic waste treatment. Material and thermal utilization as well as landfilling including previously existing residual waste are explained in regard to associated environmental
impacts. The structure of a wastewater-treatment plant is developed with its mechanical, biological and chemical-physical purification steps and elucidated based on examples.
recommended or required reading
Stern J.: The Transition to Hub-Based Gas Pricing in Continaental Europe, Oxford Institute of Energy Studies, 2011
Ströbele W.; Pfaffenberger W.; Heuterkes M.: Energiewirtschaft: Einführung in Theorie und Politik, 1. Auflage, Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag; 2012
Zenke I.; et al.: Energiehandel in Europa: Öl, Gas, Strom, Derivate, Zertifikate, 3. Auflage, C.H.Beck Verlag, 2012
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