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NPRE 101, Introduction to Energy Sources Electricity
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troduction to Energy Sources ourse Content & Progress Introduction to Energy Sources Course Content & Progress 1. Introduction to Sources, Uses, Conversion & Energy Cycles 2. Chemistry of Energy 3. Physics of Energy 4. Internal Combustion Engine 5. Electricity 6. Coal – Origins and Location 7. Coal Power Plants
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earning Objectives Learning Objectives • How in detail is electricity made? Heat source ; Steam ; Turbine • How a generator creates electricity. • What is electricity? Alternating and Direct Current (AC and DC) How efficient is electricity generation? • Why is a water source needed? hy is a condenser needed, why not just vent the steam? Why is a condenser needed, why not just vent the steam?
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teps in Making Electricity Steps in Making Electricity Making Electricity: gy Where is the Most Energy Lost? A. Burning Coal (Chemical – Combustion) B. Making Steam (Thermal – Steam Cycle) C. Turning the Turbine (Mechanical – Rotation) D. Turning the Generator (Electrical – Distribution)
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