This course presents a review of strategies for reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in power generation, transportation, and the built environment. Sources, discharges, and physical properties of greenhouse gases are surveyed, and technologies for greenhouse gas elimination or sequestration are discussed. Policy options for greenhouse gas control and carbon footprint reduction are also considered.
CEE564/ESENG599 can fulfill a degree requirement in the Master of Engineering in Automotive Engineering (Auto Eng); Energy Systems Engineering (ESE); Global Automotive and Manufacturing Engineering (GAME) and Manufacturing Engineering (PIM) programs. Contact an ISD Graduate Coordinator for more information and to discuss your Plan of Study (POS).