Principles governing energy generation and interconversion. Current and projected world energy use. Selected important current and anticipated future technologies for energy generation, interconversion, storage, and end usage.
This course must be taken Sat/Unsat. Cannot be used for SEAS concentration credit. Students may not take both Engineering Sciences 229 and Engineering Sciences 231 for credit.
Calculus of a single variable, one semester of college-level physics, and familiarity with chemistry at the high school advanced placement level.
This course is jointly offered as SEAS ES 299/231 and GSD SCI 6277. It takes place at SEAS, Maxwell Dworkin G125.