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GE 3300Energy Systems: SyllabusGE3300(SUMMERI2020)ENERGYSYSTEMS:SCIENCE,TECHNOLOGY&SUSTAINABILITY-SYLLABUS-INSTRUCTOR:Dr. Courtney Pfluger; [email protected]DESCRIPTIONThis multidisciplinary introductory course in energy systems concentrates on providing students with a soundscientific, technology, and economic basis for understanding our modern energy system, as well as tools andpolicy context for analyzing real-world energy engineering challenges. The course begins with a presentation ofthe physics principles of energy and work, thermodynamics, and the first and second laws.Technologies acrossthe full energy system from supply to demand will be explored, from extraction of primary energy, conversioninto fuels and electricity, important energy end-uses, and losses.Fossil and nuclear power plants will bereviewed and renewable energy technologies (wind, solar, hydro, geothermal, biofuels) will be discussed indetail.

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Term
Fall
Professor
Michael Kane
Tags
Renewable Energy, Energy, Sustainable energy

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