PHY 113 ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
An introduction to the physics of energy and the laws of thermodynamics as applied to environmental issues. Emphasis on processes for producing electrical energy such as wind, solar, fossil fuels, nuclear, and geothermal/hydrodynamic. Energy use in the transportation sector will also be examined.
Three hours of combined lecture and laboratory per week. No knowledge of calculus is required.
Cross Listed Courses
This is the same course as ES 113
Enrollment limited to 16 students.