Conventional and alternative energy technologies are described.
Energy supply and utilization options are evaluated from technical, economic, and environmental perspectives.
Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3 Advanced concepts of systems engineering are introduced, and applied to the analysis and design of systems.
The operational elements of systems are identified, described, and modeled at each stage of their life cycles.
From the spectral power, "biomarkers" are extracted to titrate deep brain electrical stimulation to improve therapy and better utilize this functionality that dominates the implant power consumption.
Many of the applications pertinent to unmanned vehicles, such as environmental research and analysis, communications, and information-surveillance and reconnaissance, benefit from prolonged vehicle operation time.
Topics include: scientific and engineering principles, environmental impacts, sustainability principles, regulations and technology associated with water resources, air quality, toxic and hazardous substances and waste.
An assessment of energy consuming equipment, control equipment and conservation equipment commonly utilized by large facilities.
Wireless health and fitness devices as well as traditional medical devices such as cardiac and neurological implants, skin patch sensors, and automatic drug delivery pumps extend and improve life by providing therapy, monitoring, and diagnostics.
They ensure health and safety while promoting prevention and wellness.