ENERGY SYSTEMS

Curriculum: E E 2011 spring
Course number: 351
Course description: Develops understanding of modern energy systems through theory and analysis of the system and its components. Discussions of generation, transmission, and utilization are complemented by environmental and energy resources topics as well as electromechanical conversion, power electronics, electric safety, renewable energy, and electricity blackouts. Prerequisite: 1.0 in E E 233.
First effective term: 2005 winter
Last effective term: 9999 autumn
Course title: ENERGY SYSTEMS
Course comment: CHG DESCRIPTION
Course campus: Seattle
Course college: Engineering
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: