Energy Systems II: Modeling and Advanced Concepts
Edwards, C. (PI)
Development of quantitative device models for complex energy systems, including fuel cells, reformers, combustion engines, and electrolyzers, using thermodynamic and transport analysis. Student groups work on energy systems to develop conceptual understanding, and high-level, quantitative and refined models. Advanced topics in thermodynamics and special topics associated with devices under study. Prerequisite: 370A.
Letter or Credit/No Credit
Resources, Environment, and Energy Policy - Electives
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