Evpp 111 Lecture - Energy - Fossil Fuels - Coal - Student - Fall 2010

Evpp 111 Lecture - Energy - Fossil Fuels - Coal - Student - Fall 2010

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style Energy: Fossil Fuels - Coal EVPP 111 Lecture Dr. Largen OUTLINE ✦ Resourc e Resources Resource Nonrenewable resource Renewable resource Resources vs. reserves Resource Reserve iClicker Question #1 Which is larger? A. Resource B. Reserve OUTLINE ✦ Resourc es Fossil fuels Net energy “It takes energy to make energy” Net energy = energy returned – energy invested EROI (EROEI) Energy returned on investment (energy returned on energy invested) l Ratio l EROEI = energy returned/energy invested l Higher EROI = better iClicker Question #2 Which of the following EROI’s is more desirable? A. 1.5 B. 1.0 C. 0.7 D. 0.3 OUTLINE ✦ Resourc es Fossil fuels general definition formation specific types formation resources and reserves use patterns use issues Fossil fuels general Definition Formation Fossil fuels specific types formation characteristics reserves use patterns use issues OUTLINE ✦ Resourc es Fossil fuels - Coal Coal Formation Characteristics Reserve Use patterns Use issues Fossil Fuels - Coal Coal formation Fossil fuels-Coal Coal Characteristics different types, or grades l variations in exposure during formation to l heat and pressure Fossil fuels - coal Coal three grades Lignite sub-bituminous bituminous anthracite Fossil fuels-Coal Coal lignite Characteristics Deposits Uses Fossil fuels-Coal Coal Sub-bituminous Characteristics Deposits Uses Fossil fuels-Coal Coal Bituminous Characteristics Deposits Uses Fossil fuels-Coal Coal Anthracite Characteristics Deposits Uses O bj1 0 2...
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Evpp 111 Lecture - Energy - Fossil Fuels - Coal - Student - Fall 2010

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