Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceedings – Annual report year: 2011
In building the new DTU B.Eng programme  one of the pilots on the 4’th semester is the Design-build project course in Electric Energy Systems. In this course, which is the last Designbuild course many of the CDIO Syllabus bullets  are addressed starting with problem identification and formulation, experimental inquiry and modelling, finally leading to planning and solution. The goal is to acquire the skills that are needed for an engineer within electric power engineering to analyse a given task, define the necessary steps to solve the task, organize him/her self and others and finally solve the task with success. The concrete work is built up around a miniaturized electric energy system powered by a steam engine. The system mimics an essential sub-section of a real electric power system. The process is realised with a combination of optional lectures, optional exercises, 3 set of self evaluations, weekly supervision and a concluding 3 weeks of intensive lab work. 50+ students are divided in 5 large groups allowing for subsequent sub-organization among 10+ students. The result is well functioning work groups, a robust electric energy system optionally with innovative add-ons such as a solar panel or a cable connection to other similar systems and the acquisition of basic skills within electric power engineering.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the 7th International CDIO Conference|
|Publisher||Technical University of Denmark|
|State||Published - 2011|
|Event||7th International CDIO Conference - Copenhagen, Denmark|
|Conference||7th International CDIO Conference|
|???event.location???||Technical University of Denmark|
|Period||20/06/2011 → 23/06/2011|
- Electric energy system, Self evaluation, Operation, Group work, Innovation, Steam engine
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