P1051130 - A Biomasa como Fonte Enerxética Sustentable (Obrigatorias) - Curso 2011/2012
- Créditos ECTS
- Créditos ECTS: 5.00
- Total: 5.0
- Horas ECTS
- Clase Expositiva: 15.00
- Clase Interactiva Laboratorio: 4.00
- Clase Interactiva Seminario: 16.00
- Horas de Titorías: 5.00
- Total: 40.0
- Tipo: Materia Ordinaria Máster RD 1393/2007
- Departamentos: Edafoloxía e Química Agrícola, Física Aplicada, Produción Vexetal, Bioloxía Celular e Ecoloxía, Departamento Externo
- Áreas: Edafoloxía e Química Agrícola, Física Aplicada, Produción Vexetal, Ecoloxía, Área Externa para o postgrao oficial
- Centro: Facultade de Física
- Convocatoria: 2º Semestre de Titulacións de Grao/Máster
- Docencia e Matrícula: Primeiro Curso (1º 1ª vez)
Existen programas da materia para os seguintes idiomas:CastelánGalegoInglésCourse objectives
Enter the student in one of renewable energy sources more depth and projection. Present the different alternatives for obtaining fuels from different sources of biomass. Review of the pros and cons of the implementation of biomass as energy source. Current knowledge of this alternative energy using models in operation in Spain.
A new raise the student status as a result of the operation of a new energy source until now undervalued and great potential in. Students to raise the possibility of short-term use this energy source as fuel substitute for conventional in much of rural galician geography.Contents
Concepts and classification.
Biomass energy rating.
Technical visit to SOGAMA.Basic and complementary bibliography
Climate change and the forest sector. Possible national and subnational legislation.
Autor: kenneth l. Rosenbaum, dieter schoene and ali mekouar .
Edita: food and agriculture organization of the united nations rome.
La energía de la biomasa .
Autor: francisco jarabo friedrich.
Edita: sapt publicaciones técnicas.
Año: 1999 (2 ed.).
Guía practica para estimar la biomasa forestal .
Autor: s. Brown.
Libro blanco de la energía.
Autor: j. L. Pérez arriaga.
The teacher should be presented in an attractive and dynamic multidisciplinary assuming the agenda of the students and trying to keep between them in providing the best possible balance skills. Arouse students' interest in the subject and discover the huge potential that is offered at the time of its insertion in the labor market in a huge expansion field
The student must presumably have a minimum knowledge to their own degree, and otherwise trying to reach the level of knowledge and training their colleagues using the hours of tutoring from teachers. After completing the course the student should be able to understand the potential of biomass offers today's society.Teaching methodology
The matter will develop in 15 hours of lectures using all the media to be available and make the subject enjoyable and training for the student. The remaining hours, 30 students will work on the topics proposed by Professor attractively. To do this, students will be assisted by the teacher using the tutorials. Within these 30 hours include 15 hours to prepare tutored (13) and exposure (2) a topic that the student must defend orally and shall be agreed in advance with the teacher.
The subject is taught in the virtual USC.Assessment system
The basic criteria followed to assess the student and obtain a final mark, 100 points are:
Compulsory attendance at lectures, 10 points.
Participation in class with contributions in the form of debate on the issues presented by the teacher, 10 points.
Presentation work in the medium chosen by the student 10 points.
Oral presentation of work, which will consider both the originality in choosing the theme and the means used for it, 70 points.
To pass the subject the student must obtain a minimum of 50 points which always must obtain a minimum of 50% in each of paragraphs.Study time and individual work
Corresponding to the assigned ECTS.Recommendations for the study of the subject
Monitoring and active participation in each of the scheduled sessions.
Search and retrieval of recent scientific papers on the subject, after receiving basic orientation and guidance in this regard by teachers.Comments
The student will have available sufficient resources to carry out their work in different schools at which units are taught master. Personal work includes the preparation of examination, examination and teacher mentoring.