Suchergebnis: Katalogdaten im Herbstsemester 2018

Integrated Building Systems Master Information
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NummerTitelTypECTSUmfangDozierende
529-0010-00LChemieW3 KP2V + 1UC. Mondelli, A. de Mello
KurzbeschreibungDas ist ein allgemeiner Chemiekurs für 1. Semester Bachelor-Studierende des Departements Maschinenbau und Verfahrenstechnik (D-MAVT).
LernzielDer Kurs hat folgende Ziele:
1) Ein genaues Verständnis der Grundprinzipien der Chemie und ihrer Anwendung zu bilden.
2) Ein Verständnis der atomaren und molekularen Natur von Materie und den chemischen Reaktionen, die ihre Transformationen beschreiben, zu entwickeln.
3) Jene Bereiche zu betonen, welche für einen Ingenieurskontext am relevantesten sind.
InhaltElektronische Struktur von Atomen, chemische Bindungen, Molekülgeometrie und Bindungstheorien, Gase, Thermodynamik, chemische Thermodynamik, chemische Kinetik, Gleichgewichte, Säure und Basen, Lösungen und intermolekulare Kräfte, Redox- und Elektrochemie.
SkriptFolien sind vor jeder Vorlesung erhältlich und können unter Link gefunden werden.
LiteraturDiese Lehrveranstaltung basiert auf "Chemie: Die zentrale Wissenschaft " von Brown, LeMay, Bursten, Murphy and Woodward. Pearson, 12. Ausgabe (internationale Ausgabe).
151-1633-00LEnergy Conversion
This course is intended for students outside of D-MAVT.
W4 KP3GI. Karlin, G. Sansavini
KurzbeschreibungThis course is tailored to provide the students with a common introduction on thermodynamics and heat transfer. Students can gain a basic understanding of energy, energy interactions, and various mechanisms of heat transfer as well as their linkage to energy conversion technologies.
LernzielStudents will be able analyze and evaluate energy conversion and heat exchange processes from the thermodynamic perspective.

1. They will be able to describe a thermodynamic system and its state in the using phase diagrams for pure substances and to apply the first law of thermodynamics, energy balances, and mechanisms of energy transfer to or from a system.

2. Students will be able to describe processes/changes of state in the phase diagrams and evaluate start and end states and the exchange of heat and power in the process.

3. They will be able to introduce and apply the entropy and exergy balance to closed and open systems.

4. They will be able to apply the second law of thermodynamics to power cycles and processes, and determine the expressions for the thermal efficiencies and coefficients of performance for heat engines, heat pumps, and refrigerators. They will be able to evaluate the thermodynamic performance of cycles using phase diagrams and critically analyze the different parts of cycles and propose improvements to their efficiency.

5. Students will be able to apply energy balances to reacting systems for both steady-flow control volumes and fixed mass systems.

6. At the end of the course, they will be able to apply the basic mechanisms of heat transfer (conduction, convection, and radiation), and Fourier's law of heat conduction, Newton's law of cooling, and the Stefan–Boltzmann law of radiation. Finally, students will be able to solve various heat transfer problems encountered in practice.
Inhalt1. Thermodynamic systems, states and state variables
2. Properties of substances: Water, air and ideal gas
3. Energy conservation in closed and open systems: work, internal energy, heat and enthalpy
4. Second law of thermodynamics and entropy
5. Energy analysis of steam power cycles
6. Energy analysis of gas power cycles
7. Refrigeration and heat pump cycles
8. Maximal work and exergy analysis
9. Mixtures and psychrometry
10. Chemical reactions and combustion systems
11. Heat transfer
SkriptLecture slides and supplementary documentation will be available online.
LiteraturThermodynamics: An Engineering Approach, by Cengel, Y. A. and Boles, M. A., McGraw Hill
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesThis course is intended for students outside of D-MAVT.

Students are assumed to have an adequate background in calculus, physics, and engineering mechanics.
401-0203-00LMathematics Information W4 KP3V + 1UC. Busch
KurzbeschreibungThis course gives an introduction to the following subjects:
linear algebra (systems of linear equations, matrices), calculus, multivariable calculus, differential equations.
LernzielBasic mathematical knowledge for engineers. Mathematics as a tool to solve engineering problems.
InhaltThis course gives an introduction to the following subjects:
linear algebra (systems of linear equations, matrices), calculus, multivariable calculus, differential equations.
LiteraturTom M. Apostol, Calculus, Volume 1, One-Variable Calculus with an Introduction to Linear Algebra, 2nd Edition, Wiley
Tom M. Apostol, Multi-Variable Calculus and Linear Algebra with Applications, 2nd Edition, Wiley
Ulrich L. Rohde, Introduction to differential calculus : Systematic studies with engineering applications for beginners, Wiley.
Ulrich L. Rohde, Introduction to integral calculus : Systematic studies with engineering applications for beginners, Wiley.
Serge Lang, Introduction to Linear Algebra, 2nd edition, Springer New York.
Serge Lang, A First Course in Calculus, 5th edition, Springer New York.
066-0427-00LDesign and Building Process MBS Information W2 KP2VA. Paulus, S. Menz
Kurzbeschreibung"Design and Building Process MBS" is a brief manual for prospective architects and engineers covering the competencies and the responsibilities of all involved parties through the design and building process. Lectures on twelve compact aspects gaining importance in a increasingly specialised, complex and international surrounding.
LernzielParticipants will come to understand how they can best navigate the design and building process, especially in relation to understanding their profession, gaining a thorough knowledge of rules and regulations, as well as understanding how involved parties' minds work. They will also have the opportunity to investigate ways in which they can relate to, understand, and best respond to their clients' wants and needs. Finally, course participants will come to appreciate the various tools and instruments, which are available to them when implementing their projects. The course will guide the participants, bringing the individual pieces of knowledge into a superordinate relationship.
Inhalt"Design and Building Process MBS" is a brief manual for prospective architects and engineers covering the competencies and the responsibilities of involved parties through the design and building process. Twelve compact aspects regarding the establishe building culture are gaining importance in an increasingly specialised, complex and international surrounding. Lectures on the topics of profession, service model, organisation, project, design quality, coordination, costing, tendering and construction management, contracts and agreements, life cycle, real estate market, and getting started will guide the participants, bringing the individual pieces of knowledge into a superordinate relationship. The course introduces the key figures, depicts the criteria of the project and highlights the proveded services of the consultants. In addition to discussing the basics, the terminologies and the tendencies, the lecture units will refer to the studios as well as the prctice: Teaching-based case studies will compliment and deepen the understanding of the twelve selected aspects. The course is presented as a moderated seminar to allow students the opportunity for invididual input: active cololaboration between the students and their tutor therefore required.
066-0411-00LIntroduction to Structural Design Information W2 KP2GJ. Schwartz, M. Beckh, P. Block, L. Enrique Monzo
KurzbeschreibungThe course offers an introduction to structural design by the analysis and discussion of the interplay between forces, material and architectural form. The main characteristics of the most important building materials and their influence on the design of load bearing structures will be demonstrated by the analysis of selected contemporary and historical buildings.
LernzielThe objective of the course is to provide students with a fundamental understanding of the relationship between the form of a structure, the loads it needs to carry and the forces in it. The course consists of lectures and group work in the second part of the semester.
InhaltThe course focuses on the design of structures through the analysis of the interplay between the forces, material and architectural form of exemplary contemporary and historical buildings. By tracing the development lines of load bearing structures made of masonry, timber, steel and reinforced concrete, the fundamental characteristics of the main building materials will be discussed. In the second part of the semester, the students will deepen their understanding of the interdependencies between structural behaviour and architectural form by analysing selected buildings. The results of this analysis will be presented and discussed within the group.
Skripton eQuilibrium
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Literatur"Faustformel Tragwerksentwurf"
(Philippe Block, Christoph Gengangel, Stefan Peters,
DVA Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt 2013, ISBN: 978-3-421-03904-0)

Other Learning Materiall:
"Form and Forces: Designing Efficient, Expressive Structures"
(Edward Allen, Waclaw Zalewski, October 2009, ISBN: 978-0-470-17465-4)
Kernfächer
NummerTitelTypECTSUmfangDozierende
066-0413-00LMaterials and Constructions Information
Findet dieses Semester nicht statt.
W3 KP2V + 1UJ. Carmeliet
KurzbeschreibungBuilding materials: properties and performance, building envelope integration and detailing, solutions for energy efficient buildings, sustainable building construction
LernzielThe students will acquire knowledge in the following fields:
Fundamentals of material performance
Fundamentals of building envelope design and construction: roof, walls, basement
Introduction to durability problems of building facades
Materials for the building envelope:
- Overview of structural materials and systems: concrete, steel and wood
- Insulating materials
- Air barrier, vapor barrier and sealants
- Glazing and windows
- Façade systems and veneer materials
- Interior finishing
Assessment of materials and components behavior and performance
Solutions for energy retrofitting of (historical) buildings
Aspects of sustainability and durability
InhaltBuilding materials: properties and performance, building envelope integration and detailing, solutions for energy efficient buildings, sustainable building construction
SkriptHandouts, supporting material and exercises are provided online (Link).
LiteraturAll material is provided online (Link)
066-0415-00LBuilding Physics: Theory and Applications Information Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen W4 KP3V + 1UJ. Carmeliet, A. Kubilay, J. Allegrini, D. Derome, X. Zhou
KurzbeschreibungPrinciples of heat and mass transport, hygro-thermal performance, durability of the building envelope and interaction with indoor and outdoor climates, applications.
LernzielThe students will acquire in the following fields:
- Principles of heat and mass transport and its mathematical description.
- Indoor and outdoor climate and driving forces.
- Hygrothermal properties of building materials.
- Building envelope solutions and their construction.
- Hygrothermal performance and durability.
InhaltPrinciples of heat and mass transport, hygro-thermal performance, durability of the building envelope and interaction with indoor and outdoor climates, applications.
363-0389-00LTechnology and Innovation Management Information W3 KP2GS. Brusoni
KurzbeschreibungThis course focuses on the analysis of innovation as a pervasive process that cut across organizational and functional boundaries. It looks at the sources of innovation, at the tools and techniques that organizations deploy to routinely innovate, and the strategic implications of technical change.
LernzielThis course intends to enable all students to:

- understand the core concepts necessary to analyze how innovation happens

- master the most common methods and tools organizations deploy to innovate

- develop the ability to critically evaluate the innovation process, and act upon the main obstacles to innovation
InhaltThis course looks at technology and innovation management as a process. Continuously, organizations are faced with a fundamental decision: they have to allocate resources between well-known tasks that reliably generate positive results; or explore new ways of doing things, new technologies, products and services. The latter is a high risk choice. Its rewards can be high, but the chances of success are small.
How do firms organize to take these decisions? What kind of management skills are necessary to take them? What kind of tools and methods are deployed to sustain managerial decision-making in highly volatile environments? These are the central questions on which this course focuses, relying on a combination of lectures, case-based discussion, guest speakers, simulations and group work.
SkriptSlides will be available on the Moodle page
LiteraturReadings will be available on the Moodle page
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesThe course content and methods are designed for students with some background in management and/or economics
363-0503-00LPrinciples of Microeconomics
GESS (Science in Perspective): Suitable for Master students.
Bachelor students should take the course ‚Einführung in die Mikroökonomie (363-1109-00L)‘.
W3 KP2GM. Filippini
KurzbeschreibungThe course introduces basic principles, problems and approaches of microeconomics. This provides them with reflective and contextual knowledge on how societies use scarce resources to produce goods and services and distribute them among themselves.
LernzielThe learning objectives of the course are:

(1) Students must be able to discuss basic principles, problems and approaches in microeconomics. (2) Students can analyse and explain simple economic principles in a market using supply and demand graphs. (3) Students can contrast different market structures and describe firm and consumer behaviour. (4) Students can identify market failures such as externalities related to market activities and illustrate how these affect the economy as a whole. (5) Students can also recognize behavioural failures within a market and discuss basic concepts related to behavioural economics. (6) Students can apply simple mathematical treatment of some basic concepts and can solve utility maximisation and cost minimisation problems.
SkriptLecture notes, exercises and reference material can be downloaded from Moodle.
LiteraturN. Gregory Mankiw and Mark P. Taylor (2017), "Economics", 4th edition, South-Western Cengage Learning.
The book can also be used for the course 'Principles of Macroeconomics' (Sturm)

For students taking only the course 'Principles of Microeconomics' there is a shorter version of the same book:
N. Gregory Mankiw and Mark P. Taylor (2017), "Microeconomics", 4th edition, South-Western Cengage Learning.

Complementary:
1. R. Pindyck and D. Rubinfeld (2018), "Microeconomics", 9th edition, Pearson Education.
2. Varian, H.R. (2014), "Intermediate Microeconomics", 9th edition, Norton & Company
066-0423-00LApplication of CFD in Buildings Information Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Beschränkte Teilnehmerzahl.
Belegung nur in Absprache mit dem Dozenten möglich.
W3 KP3VD. Lakehal
KurzbeschreibungFundamentals, Applications and Project works in the area of CFD in buildings.
LernzielUnderstanding:
- Basic principles of fluid flow & heat transfer
- Basic concepts of CFD
- Validation and verification, practical guidelines

Application and project works of CFD in buildings including the fields of:
- Building aerodynamics
- Steady vs. unsteady wind loads on urban structures
- Air pollution and contaminant dispersion
- Indoor ventilation
- CFD for renewable energy (solar) in the urban physics
InhaltI. Fundamentals
- Basic principles of fluid flow & heat transfer
- Laminar versus turbulent flow
- Forced vs. natural convection
- Basic concepts of CFD (Discretization, schemes, etc.)
- Turbulence modelling
- Near-wall treatment
- Validation and verification, practical guidelines

II. Applications
CFD for:
- Building aerodynamics
- Steady vs. unsteady wind loads on urban structures
- Air pollution and contaminant dispersion
- Indoor ventilation
- CFD for renewable energy in the urban physics: Wind loads on roof-mounted solar photovoltaic arrays, coupled solar-wind energy generation applications, etc.

III. Project work
- Geometry and grid generation (from CAD to domain meshing)
- Exp. wind engineering
- Boundary conditions, solver settings and solution
- Data Post-processing
- Validation and error estimation
- Hands-on-Training
- Presentation
SkriptMaterial will be sent to the students before the start of the course.
LiteraturWe will update the material in due time.
052-0613-00LUrban Physics Information W3 KP3GJ. Carmeliet, J. Allegrini, D. W. Brunner, C. Schär, H. Wernli, J. M. Wunderli
KurzbeschreibungUrban physics: wind, wind comfort, pollutant dispersion, natural ventilation, driving rain, heat islands, climate change and weather conditions, urban acoustics and energy use in the urban context.
Lernziel- Basic knowledge of the global climate and the local microclimate around buildings
- Impact of urban environment on wind, ventilation, rain, pollutants, acoustics and energy, and their relation to comfort, durability, air quality and energy demand
- Application of urban physics concepts in urban design
Inhalt- Climate Change. The Global Picture: global energy balance, global climate models, the IPCC process. Towards regional climate scenarios: role of spatial resolution, overview of approaches, hydrostatic RCMs, cloud-resolving RCMs
- Urban micro climate and comfort: urban heat island effect, wind flow and radiation in the built environment, convective heat transport modelling, heat balance and ventilation of urban spaces - impact of morphology, outdoor wind comfort, outdoor thermal comfort,
- Urban energy and urban design. Energy performance of building quarters and cities, decentralized urban energy production and storage technologies, district heating networks, optimization of energy consumption at district level, effect of the micro climate, urban heat islands, and climate change on the energy performance of buildings and building blocks.
- Wind driving rain (WDR): WDR phenomena, WDR experimental and modeling, wind blocking effect, applications and moisture durability
- Pollutant dispersion. pollutant cycle : emission, transport and deposition, air quality
- Urban acoustics. noise propagation through the urban environment, meteorological effects, urban acoustic modeling, noise reduction measures, urban vegetation
SkriptAll material is provided via the website of the chair:
Link > Education > Documents (NETHZ account)
NETHZ registered user can access the documents after login
Link
LiteraturAll material is provided via the website of the chair All material is provided via the website of the chair:
Link > Education > Documents (NETHZ account)
NETHZ registered user can access the documents after login
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Voraussetzungen / BesonderesNo prior knowledge is required.
Vertiefungsfächer
NummerTitelTypECTSUmfangDozierende
151-0235-00LThermodynamics of Novel Energy Conversion Technologies Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Number of participants limited to 75.
W4 KP3GA. Milionis, G. Sansavini
KurzbeschreibungIn the framework of this course we will look at a current electronic thermal and energy management strategies and novel energy conversion processes. The course will focus on component level fundamentals of these process and system level analysis of interactions among various energy conversion components.
LernzielThis course deals with liquid cooling based thermal management of electronics, reuse of waste heat, surface engineering aspects for improving heat transfer, and novel energy conversion and storage systems such as batteries and, fuel cells. The focus of the course is on the physics and basic understanding of those systems as well as their real-world applications. The course will also look at analysis of system level interactions between a range of energy conversion components.
InhaltPart 1: Fundamentals:
- Overview of exergy analysis, Single phase cooling and micro-mixing;
- Thermodynamics of phase equilibrium and Electrochemistry;
- Surface wetting;
Part 2: Applications:
- Basic principles of battery and fuel cells;
-Thermal management and reuse of waste heat from microprocessors
- Condensation heat transfer;
Part3: System-level analysis
- Integration of the components into the system: a case study
- Analysis of the coupled operations, identification of critical states
- Support to system-oriented design
SkriptLecture slides will be made available.
151-0113-00LApplied Fluid DynamicsW4 KP2V + 1UJ.‑P. Kunsch
KurzbeschreibungAngewandte Fluiddynamik
Die Methoden der Fluiddynamik spielen eine wichtige Rolle bei der Beschreibung einer Ereigniskette, welche die Freisetzung, Ausbreitung und Verdünnung gefährlicher Fluide in der Umgebung beinhaltet.
Tunnellüftungssysteme und -strategien werden vorgestellt, welche strengen Anforderungen während des Normalbetriebs und während eines Brandes genügen müssen.
LernzielAllgemein anwendbare Methoden der Strömungslehre und der Gasdynamik sollen hier an ausgewählten, aktuellen Fallbeispielen illustriert und geübt werden.
InhaltBei der Auslegung von umweltgerechten Prozess- und Verbrennungsanlagen sowie der Auswahl von sicheren Transport- und Lagerungsvarianten gefährlicher Stoffe wird häufig auf die Methoden der Fluiddynamik zurückgegriffen. Bei Unfällen, aber auch beim Normalbetrieb, können gefährliche Gase und Flüssigkeiten freigesetzt und durch den Wind oder Wasserströmungen weitertransportiert werden. Zu den vielfältigen möglichen Schadenseinwirkungen gehören z.B. Feuer und Explosionen bei zündfähigen Gemischen. Behandelte Themen sind u.a.: Ausströmen von flüssigen und gasförmigen Stoffen aus Behältern und Leitungen, Verdunstung aus Lachen und Verdampfung bei druckgelagerten Gasen, Ausbreitung und Verdünnung von Abgasfahnen im Windfeld, Deflagrations- und Detonationsvorgänge bei zündfähigen Gasen, Feuerbälle bei druckgelagerten Gasen, Schadstoff- und Rauchgasausbreitung in Tunnels (Tunnelbrände usw.).
Skriptnicht verfügbar
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesVoraussetzungen: Fluiddynamik I und II, Thermodynamik I und II
151-0185-00LRadiation Heat Transfer Information W4 KP2V + 1UA. Steinfeld, P. Pozivil
KurzbeschreibungAdvanced course in radiation heat transfer
LernzielFundamentals of radiative heat transfer and its applications. Examples are combustion and solar thermal/thermochemical processes, and other applications in the field of energy conversion and material processing.
Inhalt1. Introduction to thermal radiation. Definitions. Spectral and directional properties. Electromagnetic spectrum. Blackbody and gray surfaces. Absorptivity, emissivity, reflectivity. Planck's Law, Wien's Displacement Law, Kirchhoff's Law.

2. Surface radiation exchange. Diffuse and specular surfaces. Gray and selective surfaces. Configuration factors. Radiation exchange. Enclosure theory, radiosity method. Monte Carlo.

3.Absorbing, emitting and scattering media. Extinction, absorption, and scattering coefficients. Scattering phase function. Optical thickness. Equation of radiative transfer. Solution methods: discrete ordinate, zone, Monte-Carlo.

4. Applications. Cavities. Selective surfaces and media. Semi-transparent windows. Combined radiation-conduction-convection heat transfer.
SkriptCopy of the slides presented.
LiteraturR. Siegel, J.R. Howell, Thermal Radiation Heat Transfer, 3rd. ed., Taylor & Francis, New York, 2002.

M. Modest, Radiative Heat Transfer, Academic Press, San Diego, 2003.
151-0103-00LFluiddynamik IIW3 KP2V + 1UP. Jenny
KurzbeschreibungEbene Potentialströmungen: Stromfunktion und Potential, Singularitätenmethode, instationäre Strömung, aerodynamische Begriffe.
Drehungsbehaftete Strömungen: Wirbelstärke und Zirkulation, Wirbeltransportgleichung, Wirbelsätze von Helmholtz und Kelvin.
Kompressible Strömungen: Stromfadentheorie, senkrechter und schiefer Verdichtungsstoss, Laval-Düse, Prandtl-Meyer-Expansion, Reibungseinfluss.
LernzielErweiterung der Grundlagen der Fluiddynamik.
Grundbegriffe, Phänomene und Gesetzmässigkeiten von drehungsfreien, drehungsbehafteten und eindimensionalen kompressiblen Strömungen vermitteln.
InhaltEbene Potentialströmungen: Stromfunktion und Potential, komplexe Darstellung, Singularitätenmethode, instationäre Strömung, aerodynamische Begriffe.
Drehungsbehaftete Strömungen: Wirbelstärke und Zirkulation, Wirbeldynamik und Wirbeltransportgleichung, Wirbelsätze von Helmholtz und Kelvin.
Kompressible Strömungen: Stromfadentheorie, senkrechter und schiefer Verdichtungsstoss, Laval-Düse, Prandtl-Meyer-Expansion, Reibungseinfluss.
Skriptja
(Siehe auch untenstehende Information betreffend der Literatur.)
LiteraturP.K. Kundu, I.M. Cohen, D.R. Dowling: Fluid Mechanics, Academic Press, 5th ed., 2011 (includes a free copy of the DVD "Multimedia Fluid Mechanics")

P.K. Kundu, I.M. Cohen, D.R. Dowling: Fluid Mechanics, Academic Press, 6th ed., 2015 (does NOT include a free copy of the DVD "Multimedia Fluid Mechanics")
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesAnalysis I/II, Fluiddynamik I, Grundbegriffe der Thermodynamik (Thermodynamik I).

Für die Formulierung der Grundlagen der Fluiddynamik werden unabdingbar Begriffe und Ergebnisse aus der Mathematik benötigt. Erfahrungsgemäss haben einige Studierende damit Schwierigkeiten.
Es wird daher dringend empfohlen, insbesondere den Stoff über
- elementare Funktionen (wie sin, cos, tan, exp, deren Umkehrfunktionen, Ableitungen und Integrale) sowie über
- Vektoranalysis (Gradient, Divergenz, Rotation, Linienintegral ("Arbeit"), Integralsätze von Gauss und von Stokes, Potentialfelder als Lösungen der Laplace-Gleichung) zu wiederholen. Ferner wird der Umgang mit
- komplexen Zahlen und Funktionen (siehe Anhang des Skripts Analysis I/II Teil C und Zusammenfassung im Anhang C des Skripts Fluiddynamik) benötigt.

Literatur z.B.: U. Stammbach: Analysis I/II, Skript Teile A, B und C.
401-0647-00LIntroduction to Mathematical OptimizationW5 KP2V + 1UD. Adjiashvili
KurzbeschreibungIntroduction to basic techniques and problems in mathematical optimization, and their applications to a variety of problems in engineering.
LernzielThe goal of the course is to obtain a good understanding of some of the most fundamental mathematical optimization techniques used to solve linear programs and basic combinatorial optimization problems. The students will also practice applying the learned models to problems in engineering.
InhaltTopics covered in this course include:
- Linear programming (simplex method, duality theory, shadow prices, ...).
- Basic combinatorial optimization problems (spanning trees, shortest paths, network flows, ...).
- Modelling with mathematical optimization: applications of mathematical programming in engineering.
LiteraturInformation about relevant literature will be given in the lecture.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesThis course is meant for students who did not already attend the course "Mathematical Optimization", which is a more advance lecture covering similar topics. Compared to "Mathematical Optimization", this course has a stronger focus on modeling and applications.
227-0477-00LAcoustics IW6 KP4GK. Heutschi
KurzbeschreibungIntroduction to the fundamentals of acoustics in the area of sound field calculations, measurement of acoustical events, outdoor sound propagation and room acoustics of large and small enclosures.
LernzielIntroduction to acoustics. Understanding of basic acoustical mechanisms. Survey of the technical literature. Illustration of measurement techniques in the laboratory.
InhaltFundamentals of acoustics, measuring and analyzing of acoustical events, anatomy and properties of the ear. Outdoor sound propagation, absorption and transmission of sound, room acoustics of large and small enclosures, architectural acoustics, noise and noise control, calculation of sound fields.
Skriptyes
101-0577-00LAn Introduction to Sustainable Development in the Built EnvironmentW3 KP2GG. Habert
KurzbeschreibungIn 2015, the UN Conference in Paris shaped future world objectives to tackle climate change.
in 2016, other political bodies made these changes more difficult to predict.
What does it mean for the built environment?
This course provides an introduction to the notion of sustainable development when applied to our built environment
LernzielAt the end of the semester, the students have an understanding of the term of sustainable development, its history, the current political and scientific discourses and its relevance for our built environment.

In order to address current challenges of climate change mitigation and resource depletion, students will learn a holistic approach of sustainable development. Ecological, economical and social constraints will be presented and students will learn about methods for argumentation and tools for assessment (i.e. life cycle assessment).

For this purpose an overview of sustainable development is presented with an introduction to the history of sustainability and its today definition as well as the role of cities, urbanisation and material resources (i.e. energy, construction material) in social economic and environmetal aspects.

The course aims to promote an integral view and understanding of sustainability and describing different spheres (social/cultural, ecological, economical, and institutional) that influence our built environment.

Students will acquire critical knowledge and understand the role of involved stakeholders, their motivations and constraints, learn how to evaluate challenges, identify deficits and define strategies to promote a more sustainable construction.

After the course students should be able to define the relevance of specific local, regional or territorial aspects to achieve coherent and applicable solutions toward sustainable development.

The course offers an environmental, socio-economic and socio-technical perspective focussing on buildings, cities and their transition to resilience with sustainable development. Students will learn on theory and application of current scientific pathways towards sustainable development.
InhaltThe following topics give an overview of the themes that are to be worked on during the lecture.

- Overview on the history and emergence of sustainable development
- Overview on the current understanding and definition of sustainable development

Methods
- Method 1: Life cycle assessment (planning, construction, operation/use, deconstruction)
- Method 2: Life Cycle Costing
- Method 3: Labels and certification

Main issues:
- Operation energy at building, urban and national scale
- Mobility and density questions
- Embodied energy for developing and developed world

- Synthesis: Transition to sustainable development
SkriptAll relevant information will be online available before the lectures. For each lecture slides of the lecture will be provided.
LiteraturA list of the basic literature will be offered on a specific online platform, that could be used by all students attending the lectures.
101-0417-00LTransport Planning MethodsW6 KP4GK. W. Axhausen
KurzbeschreibungThe course provides the necessary knowledge to develop models supporting and also evaluating the solution of given planning problems.
The course is composed of a lecture part, providing the theoretical knowledge, and an applied part in which students develop their own models in order to evaluate a transport project/ policy by means of cost-benefit analysis.
Lernziel- Knowledge and understanding of statistical methods and algorithms commonly used in transport planning
- Comprehend the reasoning and capabilities of transport models
- Ability to independently develop a transport model able to solve / answer planning problem
- Getting familiar with cost-benefit analysis as a decision-making supporting tool
InhaltThe course provides the necessary knowledge to develop models supporting the solution of given planning problems and also introduces cost-benefit analysis as a decision-making tool. Examples of such planning problems are the estimation of traffic volumes, prediction of estimated utilization of new public transport lines, and evaluation of effects (e.g. change in emissions of a city) triggered by building new infrastructure and changes to operational regulations.

To cope with that, the problem is divided into sub-problems, which are solved using various statistical models (e.g. regression, discrete choice analysis) and algorithms (e.g. iterative proportional fitting, shortest path algorithms, method of successive averages).

The course is composed of a lecture part, providing the theoretical knowledge, and an applied part in which students develop their own models in order to evaluate a transport project/ policy by means of cost-benefit analysis. Interim lab session take place regularly to guide and support students with the applied part of the course.
SkriptMoodle platform (enrollment needed)
LiteraturWillumsen, P. and J. de D. Ortuzar (2003) Modelling Transport, Wiley, Chichester.

Cascetta, E. (2001) Transportation Systems Engineering: Theory and Methods, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

Sheffi, Y. (1985) Urban Transportation Networks: Equilibrium Analysis with Mathematical Programming Methods, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs.

Schnabel, W. and D. Lohse (1997) Verkehrsplanung, 2. edn., vol. 2 of Grundlagen der Strassenverkehrstechnik und der Verkehrsplanung, Verlag für Bauwesen, Berlin.

McCarthy, P.S. (2001) Transportation Economics: A case study approach, Blackwell, Oxford.
101-0507-00LInfrastructure Management 3: Optimisation ToolsW6 KP2GB. T. Adey
KurzbeschreibungThis course will provide an introduction to the methods and tools that can be used to determine optimal inspection and intervention strategies and work programs for infrastructure.
LernzielUpon successful completion of this course students will be able:
- to use preventive maintenance models, such as block replacement, periodic preventive maintenance with minimal repair, and preventive maintenance based on parameter control, to determine when, where and what should be done to maintain infrastructure
- to take into consideration future uncertainties in appropriate ways when devising and evaluating monitoring and management strategies for physical infrastructure
- to use operation research methods to find optimal solutions to infastructure management problems
InhaltPart 1:
Explanation of the principal models of preventative maintenance, including block replacement, periodic group repair, periodic maintenance with minimal repair and age replacement, and when they can be used to determine optimal intervention strategies

Part 2:
Explanation of preventive maintenance models that are based on parameter control, including Markovian models and opportunistic replacement models

Part 3:
Explanation of the methods that can be used to take into consideration the future uncertainties in the evaluation of monitoring strategies

Part 4:
Explanation of how operations research methods can be used to solve typical infrastructure management problems.
SkriptA script will be given out at the beginning of the course.
Class relevant materials will be distributed electronically before the start of class.
A copy of the slides will be handed out at the beginning of each class.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesSuccessful completion of IM1: 101-0579-00 Evaluation tools is a prerequisite for this course.
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