E35 ESE 437 Sustainable Energy Systems

We will survey the field of sustainable energy and explore contributions within electrical and systems engineering. Topics include introductory electric power systems, smart grids, and the roles of heat engines, photovoltaics, wind power, and energy storage, as well as analysis and optimization of energy systems. The course will include review and discussion of literature, problem sets, exams, and student projects. Prerequisites: ESE 318 or 319 and ESE 230 or ESE 351 or permission of instructor.

Credit 3 units. EN: TU


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Electrical & Systems Engineering

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