Module learning outcome data:
Code:
M_U061
Category:
Skills
Module:
The water power industry.
Learning outcome:
Student potrafi projektować elektrownie wodne, tak aby w jak najmniejszym stopniu ingerowały w środowisko naturalne
Connections with FLO:
  • EZ1A_W09
    The graduate has knowledge of meteorology, climatology, hydrology, hydrogeology and environmental protection, allowing for analysis of the possible use of available renewable energy sources
  • EZ1A_W10
    The graduate has elementary knowledge of the environmental impact of the energy industry
  • EZ1A_U03
    The graduate can conduct, using basic statistical methods, algorithms and information technologies, a proper analysis of data on the phenomena and processes taking place in nature as regards obtaining energy from renewable sources
  • EZ1A_U13
    The graduate can calculate the ecological and economic effect of investments based on ecological and renewable energy sources
  • EZ1A_K07
    The graduate is aware of the importance of the non-technical aspects and understands the effects of the activity of the engineer (specialist in the field of ecological and renewable energy sources), including its environmental impact and the associated responsibility for the decisions taken
  • IS1A_W12
    The graduate has systematized and theoretically substantiated general knowledge of the key issues in the field of renewable energy
  • IS1A_W26
    The graduate knows the basic principles of business activities, creating and running an individual enterprise using knowledge of environmental engineering
  • IS1A_U12
    The graduate is able to formulate and solve tasks related to such fields as renewable energy, water management and supply, environmental geotechnics, environmental monitoring, waste management, reclamation and revitalization of degraded areas, mineral engineering and sustainable development engineering , to perceive their complexity and/or interdisciplinary nature, as well as the non-technical aspect, especially the environmental impact
  • IS1A_U15
    The graduate is able to perform a critical analysis of reliability and to assess the potential for use of the existing technical solutions, in particular, equipment, facilities, systems and processes in areas such as renewable energy, water management and supply, environmental geotechnics, environmental monitoring, waste management, reclamation and revitalization of degraded areas, mineral engineering, sustainable development engineering and air protection