Systems Engineering

Numbering Code U-ENG25 35128 LJ77 Year/Term 2021 ・ Second semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Lecture
Target Year Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period Wed.1
Instructor name KAWANABE HIROSHI (Graduate School of Energy Science Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course Systems engineering is basic idea about a system assembled with some elements. In the course, modeling method of a system, function analysis, economical evaluation, optimization method and reliability analysis are offered. Also, energy system as one of application cases; a thermal and power plant is lectured.
Course Goals - To understand a variety of method and characteristics of system analysis.

- To acquire the basic knowledge to optimize the energy systems.
Schedule and Contents 1. Introduction of systems engineering(2): Lectures on definition and structure of a system and basic performance of a system. Also, lecture the basics of systems engineerings.

2. Schedule planning method(2): Lectures on the method of a program for work processes. "Program Evaluation and Review Technique" and "Critical Path Method" are lectured.

3. Linear programming(5): Lectures on LP method for the optimization of a system. For the application example, analysis of energy system is also offered.

4. Decision-making problem(2): Lectures on a modeling of decision-making process and method for optimization.

5. System reliability analysis(2): Lectures on a system design and reliability analysis method.

6. Application for a energy system(2): Systems engineering method is applied to thermal and power plants.
Evaluation Methods and Policy Evaluate by report(s) and examination.
Course Requirements None
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) Instruct in class.
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