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ENSY 5000 - Fundamentals of Energy System Integration |

Presents fundamental issues of successfully integrating and implementing energy systems. Exposes students to combined heat and power strategies (cogeneration system), strategies of incorporating renewable with nonrenewable energy sources, thermoeconomics, and carbon sequesteration techniques. Includes energy, exergy, and thermoeconomic cost factors in the presented case studies. Explores the effects of public policy, regulations, and financial operations on selecting energy technology. Students are given case studies to illustrate the complexity of implementing energy systems and are expected to complete a major project involving proposing an energy system. Emphasizes that successful implementation of energy systems requires both a technical and an economic solution. Prereq. Calculus-based physics and chemistry and senior or graduate standing; engineering and technological entrepreneurship students only.
4.000 Credit hours 4.000 Lecture hours Levels: Graduate, Undergraduate Schedule Types: Lecture Grad Engineering - Multidiscpl Department Course Attributes: GSEN Engineering Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate Graduate Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: School of Technological Entrep College of Engineering Must be enrolled in one of the following Classifications: Senior Graduate |

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