Completion of 192 credit points.
|1.||Critically analyse applications of alternative energy sources and systems and their availability across Australia;|
|2.||Innovate and design alternative energy generation systems for diverse contexts justifying economic and environmental impacts;|
|3.||Research and review the potential alternative energy systems critically reflecting on their local viability;|
|4.||Critically review the theoretical and mechanical aspects of energy conversion in generation systems;|
|5.||Collaborate with others with responsibility and accountability for own learning in planning, problem solving and decision making in professional practice;|
|6.||Critique efficiencies and losses in the energy conversion process;|
|Project||Two Group Reports (Teams of two, 2000 words each)||50%|
|Test||Two Tests (1 hour each)||50%|
Renewable and Efficient Electric Power Systems. 2nd ed.
Masters, G. (2013)
John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ.
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