|ME4424||Sustainable Energy Systems Design||2 ch (1C 2L) (W) (EL)|
Project oriented course dealing with the design of energy systems that meet regional and global energy needs in the 21st century in a sustainable manner. A combination of conventional and renewable energy technologies will be presented, including topics on resources, extraction, conversion, and end-use. The impact of engineering design on the environment, society, and sustainable development is discussed. Projects will focus on the improved design of both conventional and renewable energy systems with the aim of improving overall efficiency while minimizing the environmental and social impact.
Prerequisites: Finish two out of these three sets (ME 2413 or ME 3413), (ME 3433), (ME 3522 and ME 3524).
Co-requisite: ME 4421.