University of Technology Sydney

43123 Energy Storage Technologies

6cp;

½ day (1st week), 1 day (2nd week), 1 day (4th week), 1 day (8th week), 1 day (12th week); face-to-face/online hybrid (subject to Covid situation); consultation: 2 hour per week
Requisite(s): 65111 Chemistry 1 OR 60101 Chemistry and Materials Science

Undergraduate and Postgraduate

Description

This subject covers in-depth energy storage technologies such as batteries, supercapacitors, hydrogen storage, compressed air, and hydroelectricity (pumped storage) for climate change mitigation and grid stability. Students learn the key theories underpinning different energy storage technologies, grasp essential interdisciplinary knowledge including materials chemistry, mechanics, electrochemistry, and apply that knowledge to analyse, design, and evaluate energy storage technologies for specific applications.

Typical availability

Autumn session, City campus


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