SEAD 510 Energy Analysis (4 credits)

Offered by: Trottier Inst Sust,Eng&Design (Faculty of Engineering)

Overview

SEAD : Critical analysis of the importance of energy to society, the unsustainability of the current energy system, and potential options for a sustainable energy system. Topics include: peak oil and climate change, fundamental energy metrics, traditional and alternative primary and secondary power systems, and energy storage technologies. Quantitative energy analysis is applied to a set of case studies investigating energy use, energy generation, and energy storage and transport.

Terms: Fall 2018

Instructors: Jeffrey Bergthorson (Fall)

  • (3-0-9)

  • Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.

  • Restrictions: Restricted to students registered in the Faculty of Engineering (including the School of Architecture and the School of Urban Planning).

  • Not open to undergraduate students in Chemical Engineering.