Online Course Description

Spring Courses / January-May, 2014

RENG 102: Renewable Energy Resources

A scientific examination of the energy field with emphasis on alternate energy sources; their technology and application will be covered in this course, in addition to present needs and future demands; conventional sources, biomass conversions; wind power; geothermal; solar and nuclear energy. Conservation methods stressed.
Knowledge of intermediate algebra is highly recommended for this course.

These credits count towards the Math and/or Science (List B) requirements for graduation.

Credits: 3
Instructor: Hofmeyer
CRN: 15558
Run Time: Full Term

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