In this module, you will learn about energy systems, sustainable fuel sources, and the consumer energy landscape.
Learn more about what this module is about:
Heat vs Work:
In this section, you will learn about the transfer of energy between systems via thermal energy (heat) and mechanical energy (work), and its implications on energy efficiency.
The complexities of shifting to new fuel sources:
In this section you will gain perspective about:
- how policy informs consumer demand to shift toward more sustainable fuel sources, and
- how technological advancements introduce novel complexities and/or challenges,
and understand how to interpret:
- industry metrics such as CAFE standards.
using the TELSA Model S case study.
How consumer demand impacts policy:
In this lesson, you will consolidate & build:
- their knowledge from the previous sections and,
to understand :
- the changing global economy in response to consumer demand,
- and understand how hybrid fuel sources fits into the energy landscape
using a Formula 1 racecar case study.
Preview this Module
Please note that this preview is intended for exploration purposes only. If you'd like to use this module in one of your courses, to ensure playback and tracking, you must upload the SCORM package (downloadable below) to your institution's Learning Management System (ex. Blackboard, D2L, Moodle, etc).
|Energy Systems SCORM File | Link||Prof. Graeme Norval||
Download this module SCORM package and upload it to your institutional learning management system for use within your course(s). This module is part of the Engineering in a Changing Climate project.
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