PRODUCTS AND ENERGY FROM RENEWABLE RESOURCES

Curriculum: BSE 2011 spring
Course number: 104
Course description: Introduction to the structure, composition, and availability of renewable resources. Conversion of these materials into solid products, energy, and useful chemicals. Particular attention to the production of fiber (paper/board), fuels (ethanol/aromatics), and specialty chemicals (biopolymers, medicines, etc.). Comparison of renewable energy sources: biomass, water, geothermal, wind, and solar. Includes weekly laboratory session.
First effective term: 2010 autumn
Last effective term: 9999 autumn
Course title: PROD & ENRGY RENEWBL
Course comment: WAS PSE 104
Course campus: Seattle
Course college: Environment
Course credit control: fixed credit
Minimum term credit: 5.0
Maximum term credit: 0.0
Maximum credit: 0.0
Grading system: credit/no credit or standard
General Education Requirements: