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M E 321: Energy Conversion Technologies

  • Catalog Description:
    This course reviews engineering economics and thermodynamics for use in analysis and understanding of energy consumption and production technologies which include: power plants, engines, renewables, residential heating, commercial energy usage, radioactivity, air/water/land pollution, environmental impacts and regulations in society.
  • Credits: 3
  • Prerequisites: Thermodynamics or HS physics & chem with basic knowledge of biology, or cons inst
  • Official Course Description (pdf)

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