Problem based project organized project work in groups. The project can be a disciplinary project, a cross disciplinary project or a part of a multi-disciplinary project, where several groups from the department do different parts of a larger project. Finally, the project can also be a part of a so-called MEGA project, where several project groups from more departments are participating, each doing their part of the large project to find a total solution. The project should be based upon a simple fluid flow problem. The problem should be investigated using analytical, numerical and experimental methods. The problem can be a process or a typical engineering component which involves single phase fluid flow of a stationary or a transient nature. The project should involve the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation of the simple fluid flow problem. The simulation should be verified by laboratory experiments and the validity of any assumptions made should be checked.
The purpose of the project may be:
The project work must be documented in a scientific way by a summary report, a paper and a poster as described under "Additional Information".
Since it is a 15 ECTS project module, the work load is expected to be 450 hours for the student
|Name of exam||Fluid-Mechanical Analysis Methods|
|Type of exam|
Oral exam based on a project
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||Internal examination|
|Criteria of assessment||The criteria of assessment are stated in the Examination Policies and Procedures|
The exam will be based on the documentation submitted and the rules in "Guidance for the Project of 1st Semester MSc in Sustainable Energy Engineering", see below.
This project module is common for students with a Bachelor’s degree from Aalborg University heading for the specialisations in Thermal Energy and Process Engineering (TEPE), Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Technology (HYTEC) and Process Engineering and Combustion Technology (PECT).
Guidance for the Project of 1st Semester MSc in Energy
(For students with a Bachelor’s degree from Aalborg University) (not INTRO)
1. Demands to the project documentation
The project should fulfil the objectives of the 1st semester project theme and should be documented to an acceptable technical and scientific level. The documentation shall include a scientific paper and a poster, which shall fulfil the standard for an international conference, e.g. the IEEE specifications. Moreover, the documentation shall include a project summary report - see below.
2. Project documentation
The following material must be uploaded to the system “Digital Exam” on the date given for the submission:
3. Conference participation
The paper must be presented, by one or more group members at a conference arranged within the Department of Energy Technology. The conference will be run in the same manner as an international conference. The project poster must also be presented at this conference. All group members must attend the conference and the poster session to be allowed to participate in the project examination.
4. Project summary report
The project summary report should elaborate the project details and conclusions. The maximum length of the summary report (report without appendices) is 50 pages. For more information see semester description in Moodle.
5. Project exam
The project evaluation will take place at a later date than the conference.
At the project examination the project group shall present its project work in accordance to the Examination Policies and Procedures.
The presentation and assessment of the project is conducted in English.
|Danish title||Fluidmekaniske analysemetoder|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Location of the lecture||Campus Aalborg, Campus Esbjerg|
|Responsible for the module|
|Study Board||Study Board of Energy|
|Department||Department of Energy Technology|
|Faculty||Faculty of Engineering and Science|