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Introduction to Energy, Growth Rate & Energy Economics




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8/30/2016




9/1/2015
Course Introduction
  Course Syllabus

  Part 1. Introduction to Energy
    Example 1-1.ees
    Example 1-2.ees
    Example 1-3.ees

  Part 2. Energy Perspectives


8/30/2016








Sources of
information
on Energy

(accessed
9/1/2014)

DOE Energy Information Administration (EIA)
EIA Annual Energy Review (AER)
EIA Forecasts & Analysis
EIA Levelized Cost of New Generation Resources
International Energy Agency (IEA)
DOE Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE)
NETL Energy Analysis
EIA Petroleum Navigator
LLNL Energy Flow Charts
BP Statistical Review of World Energy - 2014 [uses cookies]
National Academies of Science Energy Site
U.S. Hydropower, Idaho National Lab
US Geological Survey
American Physical Society, Energy Units

9/1/2014

Heat Engines & Thermodynamics

Thermal-to-Mechanical Energy Conversion
- Rankine Cycle -

Thermal-to-Mechanical Energy Conversion
- Brayton Cycle -

Chemical-to-Thermal Energy Conversion
- Fuels & Combustion -

Nuclear-to-Thermal Energy Conversion
- Fission -

Electromagnetic-to-Thermal Energy Conversion
- Solar -

Electromagnetic-to-Electrical Energy Conversion
- Solar -

Chemical-to-Electrical Energy Conversion
- Fuel Cells -

Mechanical-to-Mechanical Energy Conversion
- Wind & Hydrokinetic -

Energy Storage