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ENGG 2030 - Traditional Energy Sources W (3-2) [0.50]

Traditional energy sources are studied from the standpoint of their historical development, the basic physical and chemical processes which underlie their use, to the infrastructure necessary for their exploitation. The maintenance of this infrastructure is examined along with estimated engineering lifetime. The course focuses on electric energy generated by both hydro and fossil fuel combustion, nuclear energy, fossil fuels, and locally used sources such as wood and peat.