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  • Siemens Stiftung
    Waste water purification (M/HS)
    Video (02:36 minutes):Demonstrates and describes the individual purification stages in a sewage plant.Waste water purification in a sewage plant is usually performed in three stages: mechanical, biological, and chemical purification. The video shows the individual stations in a municipal sewage plant, accompanied by detailed explanations.This video is suitable for further study in the higher grade levels.Information and ideas:A content package for interactive whiteboards that deals with sewage plants is available on the Siemens Stiftung media portal.This video is an excerpt from the teaching DVD, „Chemischer Anfangsunterricht II – Stoffe untersuchen, messen".

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Chemie Physik
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Drinking water Household (private) Sewage plant Waste water
    Sprachen
    en


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Parts of the Grüneck sewage plant (in German)
    Web resource:Description of the individual parts of the Grüneck sewage plant near Munich. Detailed information can be called up on every part of the plant and on the process technology.

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Chemie Physik
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Sewage plant Waste water
    Sprachen
    en
    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    Columbia Regional Sewage Plant
    Web resource:Website of the Columbia Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant. Information and ideas:This resource is also well suited for independent ...

  • Paket

    Siemens Stiftung, 2016
    For interactive whiteboards: How a sewage plant works
    The content package for interactive whiteboards relating to the sewage plant can be used as an introduction or supplement to interdisciplinary teaching (biology, chemistry, physics, environmental education), especially as preparation for visiting a sewage plant as a teaching location outside of school. It contains selected media including interactive graphics, exercises, worksheets, and links. These can be used as required, either as individual media or in combination.
    The content package is laid out simply and is intuitive to use, so that it can be used directly in the classroom.
    In addition to the content package for interactive whiteboards, this media package also contains the media that are integrated in the content package as individual media, so that they can also be used by teachers for other purposes.
    A teaching method for using the content package and guidelines presenting the individual media in context complete the media package.

    Medientypen
    package
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Sprachen
    en


  • Siemens Stiftung
    UV module (physical poSewage plant – UV module (physical post-treatment)st-treatment)
    Photo: UV module for disinfecting water in a sewage plant (physical post-treatment).Information and ideas:Suitable as preparation for visiting a sewage plant as a learning location outside of school.

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Chemie Sachkunde Physik
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Sewage plant Waste water
    Sprachen
    en


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Columbia Regional Sewage Plant
    Web resource:Website of the Columbia Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant. Information and ideas:This resource is also well suited for independent analysis by the students for presentations and projects.

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Biologie Chemie Physik
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Sewage plant Water pollution Water treatment
    Sprachen
    en
    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    Parts of the Grüneck sewage plant (in German)
    Web resource:Description of the individual parts of the Grüneck sewage plant near Munich. Detailed information can be called up on every part of the ...


  • Siemens Stiftung
    How a wind power plant works
    Information module:Overview of the way in which a wind power plant works to generate power and the technologies usedA wind power plant converts the kinetic energy of air masses to electric energy. This information module explains how this works. There is particularly great potential in the use of wind energy on the open ocean (offshore wind energy). High-voltage direct-current transmission (HVDC) is used for this purpose. Since power generated from wind energy is not available around the clock, energy stores are needed. The statistics show the share of wind power in the power mix of individual countries.By the way: an upwind power plant (solar chimney) is not a wind power plant, but a solar thermal power plant.Information and ideas:Suitable as an introduction to a field trip to a wind power plant.Using the following sources: ABB AG; Fraunhofer IWES; World Wind Energy Association WWWA (2015); International Energy Agency IEA (2010)

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    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Physik
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    Hydroelectric plants
    Information module:An overview of the individual types of hydroelectric plants and how they work.Hydroelectric plants convert water’s mechanical ...
    The physics of water turbines
    Information module:A water turbine converts the potential and kinetic energy of water to rotational energy. This module describes the designs of ...
    Wind turbine – inside view
    Labeled graphic:Rotor and nacelle (engine housing) of a three-bladed wind turbine with a horizontal rotation axis. The inside view of the nacelle is ...


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Solar thermal power plants – principle
    Labeled graphic:The physical principles of a parabolic trough power plant and a Dish-Stirling plant in comparison.Power plants for generating electric power from solar heat are increasingly being built. The graphic shows two methods of construction which have now become established.Parabolic trough power plan: A large solar power plant, the capacity of which is comparable with that of coal power plants. Long lines of parabolic mirrors have an absorber tube at their focal point which is filled with a working medium. Using a heat exchanger, the hot working medium generates steam which can then be used to operate large steam turbines and generators.Dish-Stirling plant: A smaller power plant in which the central element is a large, round hollow mirror (dish). At its focal point there is the working cylinder of a Stirling motor which drives a generator. The most efficient power plant of this type at the moment is the Euro Dish-Stirling type plant. Information and ideas:Solar thermal power plants also include the “solar chimney power plant", the “solar furnace" and the “tower power plant". How are these power plants designed and how do they work? In which regions of the world do we find solar thermal power plants, and of what type? Further information on solar thermal power plants is given in the guideline “Renewable Energies".


  • Paket

    Siemens Stiftung, 2016
    Waste water and sewage plant
    The processing, treatment and purification of water plays an important role in all kinds of different areas of our life: in the treatment of drinking water for private households, the treatment of non-potable and process water in industry, the treatment and purification of water in circulatory processes such as in swimming pools or in many production processes in industry, and also in the treatment and purification of waste water.
    The topic of "Waste water" is dealt with in grades 7 to 10. The physical, chemical and biological processes carried out in sewage plants offer a multitude of starting points for interdisciplinary teaching of scientific subjects. The interdisciplinary aspect "Environment" can also be dealt with optimally in this connection.
    The media files (charts, interactive graphics, graphics, photos, information sheets, a video, a worksheet, a link list, an experimentation instruction and several guidelines for teachers) will support practical, real-world-oriented teaching on this topic.

    Medientypen
    package
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Sprachen
    en


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Tidal power plant
    Simulation:Operating principle of a tidal power plant A tidal power plant makes sense if the height difference between high and low tide is very large. The first (since 1966) and largest tidal power plant is located in Saint-Malo, France (240 MW, 600 million kWh of electricity per year). There are others (or others are planned) in Canada, Russia, and China. The tidal power plant harnesses the power of the enormous water movements during high and low tide. For this purpose, a dam is built across a bay or the mouth of a river and turbines are installed inside the dam. At high tide, the water flows from the ocean side into the bay through the turbines. At low tide, the water flows in the opposite direction and also drives the turbines. Primarily Kaplan tubular turbines are used in this case. Other tidal power plants do without a dam; instead of making use of the height difference of the tides, they take advantage of the currents produced by the tides (“tidal current power plant”).

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    An overview of energy sources
    Information sheet:Different energy sources are presented and compared, and examples are given of how these energy sources can be used and in what ...
    Electricity from renewable energy sources
    Content package for interactive whiteboards:Individual media on renewable energies are grouped together in a didactically meaningful way for teaching ...
    From waterwheel to turbine (ES)
    Photo collage: Photos of a waterwheel and three different types of turbines Long ago, people used waterwheels to harness the energy of water, for ...
    Guideline for the “Renewable energies” interactive whiteboard content
    Guideline:This document provides an overview of a possible scenario for using the content package for interactive whiteboards entitled “Renewable ...
    How long will our energy sources last? (ES)
    Chart:A bar chart shows an overview of the remaining years of use of energy sources. Of the fossil energy sources, oil will be the first to run out. ...
    Hydropower experiment
    Experimentation instructions:Instructions for building a waterwheel The students can build a waterwheel using simple resources and thus become ...
    Hydropower experiment (teacher information)
    Teacher information:Teaching method for teachers on the experiments of the experimentation instructions of the same name This teaching method ...
    Renewable energy sources (ES)
    Photo collage:The renewable energy sources sun, wind, and water Information and ideas:Use as an image for discussion to help the students recall ...
    Renewable energy sources and technologies (ES)
    Overview graphic: Illustration of the renewable energy sources sun, wind, and water, each with an example of a power plant solution Renewable ...
    Run-of-river power plant
    Simulation:Operating principle of a run-of-river power plant A run-of-river power plant is used on rivers with a very small fall in elevation and a ...


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Hydroelectric plants
    Information module:An overview of the individual types of hydroelectric plants and how they work.Hydroelectric plants convert water’s mechanical energy to electric energy. Different designs are used, depending on the natural conditions and form of energy to be used. The information module first provides a brief explanation of the plant types that primarily use the kinetic energy of water.• Run-of-river power plant (principle shown with animation)• Tidal power plant (principle shown with animation)• Wave power plant (principle shown with animation)Next come the types of plants that use the potential energy of water:• Storage power plant (principle shown with graphics)• Pumped storage plant (principle shown with animation).Information and ideas:What do the locations of the different hydroelectric power plants have to do with geography? What would be a good place to build more hydroelectric plants? What is the share of hydropower in the power mix?

    weitere Medien der Reihe:
    How a wind power plant works
    Information module:Overview of the way in which a wind power plant works to generate power and the technologies usedA wind power plant converts the ...
    The physics of water turbines
    Information module:A water turbine converts the potential and kinetic energy of water to rotational energy. This module describes the designs of ...
    Wind turbine – inside view
    Labeled graphic:Rotor and nacelle (engine housing) of a three-bladed wind turbine with a horizontal rotation axis. The inside view of the nacelle is ...


  • Siemens Stiftung
    Parabolic trough power plant
    Photo: Parabolic trough power plant in Lockhart near Harper Lake, California (Mojave Solar Project) These solar power plants work with long rows (for example, 112 m) of parabolic reflectors with a tube containing the working medium running through the focal point. The reflectors are automatically aligned to follow the path of the sun. The radiation is intensified 80-fold due to the bundling in the reflector, and oil in the absorber is heated to around 400°C. The hot oil flows to the power plant building, where it generates steam via a heat exchanger to drive a steam turbine with a generator. (Alternatively, power plants with fluid molten salt in the absorber tube are being considered.) A parabolic trough solar farm consisting of nine power plants with a total output of 350 MW has been operating in the United States for 20 years. In Spain, Andasol 1, 2, and 3 achieve 150 MW combined. Thanks to integrated heat storage from molten salt, Andasol delivers full output for over seven hours even when the sun is not shining. The world's largest plant, at 580 MW, is currently being built in Morocco.



  • Siemens Stiftung
    Pump storage plant with surplus in the grid
    Graphic:Functional diagram pump storage power plant with a surplus in the electric power grid.When there is excess electricity in the electricity grid, an electric pump in the plant is used to pump water from a lower tank to a higher one. Note: During spikes in demand, the water flows back down from the higher tank through the turbine of the low-lying power plant.

    Bildungsbereiche
    Fach- und Sachgebiete
    Geographie Physik
    Medientypen
    Lernalter
    6-9
    Schlüsselwörter
    Hydroelectric plant Power generation
    Sprachen
    en
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