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Salesianos school


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Ideology center Our school develops its education, according to the educational style of the Salesians and its founder Don Bosco. • Help students to live fully their aspirations through reason, kindness, and religion. • Create an educational environment where young people are the protagonists of educational action by the spirit of family, daily work, the invitation to creativity and the atmosphere of joy and celebration that characterizes us. • The familiarity and respect between educators and students. • The proposal of Christian commitment to the world and society


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Students

Staff SALESIANS Comunity Teachers Services staff Total staff …………..

12 104 25 141

Preschool

120

Primary

287

Secondary

208

Bachelor

172

Middle level professional training

206

Higher level professional training

237

TOTAL students……

1.230


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Primary

Secondary


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Primary

Secondary


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Primary

Secondary


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Vocational Trainning


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Vocational Trainning


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Secondary Teachers


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Parents’ Association Organize activities for school students. Prepare meetings for families of school. Provide aid to needy families by granting scholarships.


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Trobada is a youth association which aims to leisure education through an environment rich in values and personal relationship with the large team of young volunteer monitors. Prepare activities for children from age 5.


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Basketball

Football

Tennis


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Don Bosco day 31 January


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National competition organized by our school, for technological innovation projects to promote knowledge of students.


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Graduations and Study Tours


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Interdisciplinar’s Week


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Literature´s awards


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Welcome to Salesianos school


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Our city Zaragoza


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Zaragoza is the capital of Arag贸n. Its current name comes from the ancient Roman toponym, Caesaraugusta name given in honor of Emperor Augustus in 14 BC. Is located about 300 km from Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Bilbao and Toulouse by making it an important junction. On 12 October is the celebration of the Virgen del Pilar.


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Baroque church and one of the most important pilgrimage centers of the Catholic world.


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Iron bridge was completed in 1895 and completed its refurbishment in 1991 to walk through it.

Stone bridge was begun in 1401, being completed in 1440.


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7,8,9 March 2012 La Seo was built on the old mosque of the Muslim city, the oldest remains are preserved in the area of the head-century Romanesque XII. Combine from Romanesque to Neoclassical.


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La Aljaferia is one of the most important monuments of architecture Hispano – Muslim.

One of the most emblematic monuments of the city. Part of its units are currently based the Parliament of Aragon.


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Central Market: was designed in 1895, is a national historic monument since 1978 and of cultural interest since 1982.


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Roman baths.

Roman Theater.


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7,8,9 March 2012 Jose Antonio Labordeta Park is the most emblematic of the city in which to walk, rent bikes and where a good time.

Water park is a new urban park concept, which combines large green areas, services and activities for all citizens.


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In the day of Pilar many people bring flowers to the Virgen del Pilar .

The “Jota” is the typical dance of Aragon.


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The steak of Arag贸n is one of the most typical dishes from here.

The shopping center "Plaza" is the greatest of Zaragoza, where you can find all type of things.


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It is one of the biggest bullfighting arenas of Spain and the first that was covered.


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Since its founding, the most prestigious names from the world scene have left their mark on the town theater.

The home theater turns throughout the nineteenth and twentieth privileged place that brings together the most important theater companies, opera and ballet at the time.


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7,8,9 March 2012 Alfonso I street of Zaragoza is a main street in Old Quarter of the city that connects El Coso with Pilar square.

Independence Avenue is the main street of the city of Zaragoza. Its construction was in 1870.


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Dean arch is one of the most emblematic of our city. Its origin is situated in the thirteenth century.

Don Jaime street is one of the oldest streets in the city and has traditionally been one of the important city. Is one of the main entrances to the Pilar square.


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7,8,9 March 2012 Paraiso square is one of the most important square of the city where it joins the Paseo Independencia and the Gran Via and where we can find one of the most important shopping center in the town.

Los Sitios square is located in the downtown, near the river Huerva. It is one of the places most frequented by Zaragoza, used for craft fairs, books, food, etc.


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Spain square is a central square in Zaragoza, in this square are the Provincial Government, the Bank of Spain or the Monument to the Martyrs.


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7,8,9 March 2012 It is a very important square because one of its sides is the university campus. In the center of the square is a statue of Fernando el Cat贸lico.

Puerta del Carmen shows us the size it was the city in late eighteenth century, and this is one of the gateways with which counted.


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With the Zaragoza Auditorium, it becomes one of the best equipped European cities. In the auditorium there are musical events, conferences, conventions, political and social events and activities of all kinds.


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7,8,9 March 2012 These two bridges were built for the EXPO Zaragoza 2008 and have been a breakthrough in the progress of the town.

Tercer Milenio bridge Pabell贸n Puente


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The Pavilion of Arag贸n is one of the main buildings of Expo 2008.

The Pavilion of Spain was one of the main buildings of Expo 2008. It will be the headquarters for the Center for Climate Change Research.


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7,8,9 March 2012 Congress Palace of Zaragoza is located in the Expo 2008. The building consists of three main parts: an auditorium, an indoor arena and a modular rooms.

Zaragoza River Aquarium has a dimension of 3,400 square meters, making it the freshwater aquarium largest in Europe.


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Welcome to Zaragoza


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Energy in Arag贸n


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Aragón has autochtonous primary sources (sun, wind, water, land, coal‌). Thanks to geostrategic location, make Aragon stand out due to its relevant projects for the explotation of renewable energy.


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Geographical location Aragón is located at the heart of the northeast quarter of Spain regions with highet economic activity, which are Madrid, Cataluña,País Vasco and Valencia. This location alows a reduction in cost and time in the transportation of raw materials and final products.


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R&D Research and Development Centers Aragón counts with energy relatated R&D. Researchers, researchs about the minimation of environmental impacts, the integratuin if enviromental criteria, the energy efficiency‌ Added to the benefit they bring to regional and national R&D, these centres have a positive impact on the generation of jobs, employing aproximately 850 researchers.


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Socio-economic impact of the energy sector in Arag贸n One of the main social impacts of the renewable energy in Arag贸n in the growth in employment. Nowadays, there are more energy companies.

These companies dealing in a wide variety of activities, from the desing and manufacturing of components to the exploitation and maintenance of the power plants. Aming to support, Spanish Public Administration promoted the Renewable Energy Plan and Aragonese Energy Plan.


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Energy balance in Arag贸n


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Energy consumption in Arag贸n


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Electricity consumption per sector


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Natural gas consumption per sector


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Energy production in Arag贸n Arag贸n has great energy resources, and with the development of new technologies and the optimus exploitation of available resources, Aragon produces almost twice the energy output compared to its consumption.

If the region consumed all the renewable energy it produces, around a 70.6% of electricity consumption would be supplied by these.


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Wind energy Aragon has areas with great wind resources. The Ebro Valley is the best area in this sense, with a high speed wind known as “Cierzo�

In 2010, Aragon counted with 72 wind farms and had a total of 1733 MW installed capacity which represent nearly 11% of installed wind capacity in Spain.


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Solar energy Aragon has one of the greatest rates of solar radiation of 1400 KWh/m2 year And over 2500 hours of sunshine per year. There are two types of solar plants: •Solar thermal •Photovoltaic (PV)


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Solar thermal It´s normally used for domestic hot water and heating in the industrial, residential, commercial and services sectors. Solar thermal systems tend to be rather small and we can find many of them spread throughout the Region.


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Photovoltaic (PV) In 2009, grid-connected power plants generated 240000 MWh which represented 9% of PV production in Spain. One of the European first large scale PV gridconnected roof systems is located in the GM factory in Figueruelas.


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Biogas in Arag贸n

Biogas is produced by the fermentation of organic matter from urban solid waste, livestock waste and municipal waste. Its explotation is considered an alternative to waste management trough the energy valorisation avoiding pollution and enviromental impact. Arag贸n has one of these plants since 2009, it has a procesing capacity around 450000 Tm/year


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Biofuel Biofuels are liquid fuels produced using biodegradable organic material mainly from energy crops. Vegetables species have a high content in oils or in sugars (sunflower, rape, corn, sugar cane‌)and can be trans formad into biodiesel and bioethanol. Aragon has four of this plants with a total capacity of 135000 tons of vegetable oils.


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Coal-fired thermal plants In Aragon, 15% of the electricity was generated by coal power plants in 2009. The region has three thermal power plants: One in Andorra (1101MW) and two in Teruel, Escucha power plant (160MW) and Escatr贸n power plant (80MW)


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Combined cycle power plant Combined cycle power plants represented 25% of the total power capacity in 2010 in Arag贸n. Generation of combined cycles plants in 2009 was 6472395MWh, of which 62% was produced by the Castelnou Plant.


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Combined heat and Power Plant It´s the combined production of electricity and thermal power by the same primary energy source. The region counts with an installed power capacity of 566MW, 59% of which is in Zaragoza. Natural gas is the most common fuel in these plants, nearly the 90% of the primary energy consumption.


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TECHNICAL VISITS 1. 2. 3.

1

Geothermal plant Biomass plant Hydroelectric Station

2 3


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Geothermal plant


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What is a geothermal plant? • A geothermal plant is a place where we can produce electricity with the heat of the interior of the earth. • We can also use the heat of the earth to warm up a place like a house or a swimming pool.


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How does it works? 1.

2.

3. 4.

The heated water goes from the geothermal reservoir to the heat exchanger by the production well. The heat is transmitted to the water and it becomes in steam. The steam moves the turbine and generate electricity. The steam becomes in water in the condensator to repeat the process.


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Advantages 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6. 7. 8.

It’s an energy source that avoid the dependence of the exterior. It produces less waste that petrol and coal. It has very low costs. It doesn’t produces noisy. Geothermal resources are bigger than petrol, coal, natural gas and uranium, all together. It hasn’t international prices, it has only local prices. We need less terrain to build a geothermal plant. It doesn’t produces much CO2.

Disadvantages 1.

2. 3. 4. 5.

6.

In certain cases it produces sulfuric acid that can be very dangerous. It can contaminate close water with arsenic or ammonia. It produces thermal pollution. It spoils the lanscapes. The geothermal energy can’t be transportated (like a primary energy). It can be used only in certain places.


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Swimming Pool “Liceo Europa” “Liceo Europa” is an educational centre for preschool, primary and secondary education with two indoor swimming pools, thinking in the compromise from the school to the renewable energies. In 2005 there was a request of the School’s Direction to carry out and energy study to analyse energy use in the school. The direction decided to build a geothermal system to warm up the swimming pools.


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Swimming Pool “Liceo Europa” Name Year of constrution

Geothermal Energy 100kW Club Natacion Europa 2010

Annual energy production

277.7 kW

Power

97.2 kW

Circuit type Cold input power Heat input power Maximum input power Depth Investement Avoided emmisions

Vertical solar collection 19.2 kW 23.9 kW 56 A 15 wells of 100 metres 112,291 € 35 Ton CO2/year


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Biomass plant


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Biomass energy Energy production from biomass is the energy valorisation of renewable organic material ( food industries, agriculture and any natural or artificial transformation of it) as energy source to obtain heat and/or electricity.


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How does it works? 1. 2. 3.

4. 5.

Biomass collection is prepared for conversion into liquid fuel. This fuel is burned and heated water. It produces high pressure steam turbine that drives this in turn drives the generator to produce electricity. The electrical energy is carried by power lines The heat produced by the steam is transmitted in the form of hot water.


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Advantages 1. 2.

3.

4. 5.

Reduction of CO2 emissions It does not emit pollutants or nitrogen sulforados or just solid particles. When using other activities such as waste biomass, this translates into a reduction of waste recycling. It may cause an increase in rural economic It reduces dependence on external fuel supplies.

Disadvantages 1.

2.

3. 4.

5.

It has a higher cost of production compared to energy to fossil fuels. Low energy efficiency of fuels derived from biomass compared with fossil fuels. seasonal production The raw material is a low energy density which means much volume occupied and therefore it may have problems with transport and storage. Packaging or processing need to use.


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Wastewater treatment plant of the Almozara

The plant collects wastewater from an area west of the city of Zaragoza. It is designed for a population equivalent of 100,000 inhabitants, with a daily flow of 34,560 m3.

The main objective of the actions undertaken in the wastewater treatment is the maximization of the potential of the biogas generated in anaerobic digestion to produce electricity, so as to reduce significantly the need to consume external power to the plant.


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Hydroelectric plant


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Hydroelectric energy Hydroelectricity is the term referring to electricity generated by hydropower; the production of electrical power through the use of the gravitational force of falling or flowing water. It is the most widely used form of renewable energy, accounting for 16 percent of global electricity consumption


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How does it works?

In a hydroelectric plant using water power to electric power generation. In general, these plants use the energy potential of the water of a natural channel. The water passes through a hydraulic turbine which transmits power to a generator where it is transformed into electrical energy.


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Advantages 1. 2.

3.

It's clean, it doesn´t pollute the air or water They don´t require, but use a renewable form of energy by nature free It can often be combined with other benefits such as irrigation, flood protection, water supply, roads, navigation and even protection of the land and tourism

Disadvantages 1. 2.

3.

Capital costs per kilowatt installed are often very high The sitting of a hydroelectric station could be costly and expensive The construction usually takes a long time


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Hydroelectric plant in Biescas

In the Strait of Santa Elena, a small press-dam waters GĂĄllego derived by a canal of 2,725 m on the left bank, which is located downstream of the dam BĂşbal. This channel leads to the loading chamber of the plant. Power Generation: 2700 kW Production: 9,37 GWh/year


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Presentation about Salesianos School, Zaragoza and Energy in Aragón. COMENIUS PROJECT CODE: 2011-1-ES1-COM06-34249

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