Courses

[Engineering Sciences 231. Energy Technology]

Principles governing energy generation and interconversion. Current and projected world energy use. Selected important current and anticipated future technologies for energy generation, interconversion, storage, and end usage.

Note: Students may not take both Engineering Sciences 231 and Engineering Sciences 229 for credit.
 

Likely to be offered in spring 2021

 

Season: 

Spring

Course ID: 

125380

Subject Area: 

Engineering Sciences

Research Areas: 

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