TAD 275 Power and Energy Technology

Prerequisite: Completion or waiver of MAT 012; or permission of instructor
Offered: Typically Fall and Spring Terms (except in terms when TAD 470 is offered)
An applied survey of power-related systems and associated fields. This course intends to introduce students to the principles that govern energy generation and conversion as well as the utilization of energy by various power systems. The selected power system will include forms of mechanical, electrical, and fluid applications. Additionally, students will be invited to explore current issues related to energy consumption and power utilization on both a local and global scale. This wil include special attention for alternative energies and other developing technologies. Course Fee: $10.


1 Course Credit

Cross Listed Courses

TEC 275