ABE 452 - Engrg for Disaster Resilience
Last offered Spring 2022
A project-based experience designed to engage students in development of resilient food, energy, and water supply chains designs for disaster-prone regions. Students will investigate background factors that provide context for specific disaster-prone regions and viable design solutions. Students will quantify expected engineering reliability to potential solutions. Students will work with local communities, aid organizations, and peer institutions when identifying resilient designs, eventually seeking pathways to implement solutions with partner communities. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. May be repeated one time by undergraduate students if the term project differs from previous term, up to total credit of 6 hr for undergraduate students.
|Engrg for Disaster Resilience||LFR||72308||LCD||3||1100 - 1220||T R||3038 Campus Instructional Facility||Luis F Rodriguez|