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ENG 571 - Theory Energy & Sustain Engrg

Last offered Fall 2022

Official Description

Mathematical, scientific, engineering, and economic bases needed to analyze sustainable energy systems and civil infrastructure. Evaluation of current practice and future development of (i) energy extraction and conversion processes from geological, biological, and non-biological resources; (ii) energy usage for transportation, in residential and commercial buildings, and by industry. Course Information: 3 or 4 graduate hours. No professional credit. Prerequisite: Credit or concurrent registration in ENG 471.

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Course Description

This course covers mathematical, scientific, engineering, and economic bases needed to analyze sustainable energy systems and civil infrastructure. It also evaluates the current practice and future development of (i) energy extraction and conversion processes from geological, biological, and non-biological resources; (ii) energy usage for transportation, in residential and commercial buildings, and by industry.

Credit Hours

3 or 4 Hours

Prerequisites

Undergraduate degree and credit or concurrent registration in ENG 471.

TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Theory Energy & Sustain EngrgONC71641ONL3 -    John R Abelson
Rizwan Uddin
Theory Energy & Sustain EngrgONL68227ONL3 -    John R Abelson
Rizwan Uddin