ENGR 265 - Energy Systems and Sustainable Design
ENGR 265 will include a survey of energy systems, energy production, and efficiencies of the various systems that are currently in use and/or are under development. It will also cover topics of energy usage, such as building systems and sustainable building design. The production, transportation and consumption of energy are some of the more important topics facing the human race, because energy touches on every facet of human existence. This course will prepare engineering students to contribute to the complex societal nature of energy production, usage, and conservation in a quantitative way.
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