SCHOOL OF BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING, UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA PERLIS (UniMAP),

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ERT 353/3 ENERGY AND POWER IN BIOSYSTEMS  

Course Synopsis:

The course encompasses on the concepts of energy and power generation from mechanical devices including engine, pumps, compressor, fan and blowers. The recent technology, production processes and engineering renewable energy development for sustainability from various sources such as wind, solar, hydro power, ocean and bioenergy are also discussed.

Course Outcomes:

Ability to apply the knowledge of science and mathematics to analyze the principles of the internal combustion engines.
Ability to evaluate the performance and efficiency of power generator including engines, solid and liquid mover’s devices to solve engineering problems.
Ability to evaluate the application of renewable energy for power generation to overcome the global environmental issues.


References:

Ayhan D. (2009) “Green Energy and Technology” Springer, Verlag London.
Aldo Viera R. (2009)“Fundamentals of Renewable Energy”Elsevier Inc. UK.
Grupta H.N. (2006) “Fundamentals of Internal Combustion Engines” Prentice Hall of India.
Forsthoffer’W.E. (2005) “Forsthoffer’s Rotating Equipment Handbooks Pump” Elsevier USA.
Pulkrabek W. W.,(2004) “Engineering Fundamentals of the Internal Combustion Engine” Pearson Prentice Hall, UK.

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