[Transportation, Energy, and Environmental Systems for Sustainable Development]   [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Courses of Study 2016-2017

CEE 4650 - [Transportation, Energy, and Environmental Systems for Sustainable Development]

Spring. Next Offered 2018-2019. 3 credits. Letter grades only.

Prerequisite: CEE 3610  or permission of instructor.

H. O. Gao.

Focuses on the nexus of transportation and environment, energy, and climate-change concerns. It is interdisciplinary, drawing upon transportation, environment, urban planning, statistics, economics, and policy. The course covers both the theoretical and practical aspects of relevant topics including mobile emissions inventory estimation, renewable fuels, air quality impact and life cycle benefit assessment of alternative fuels/vehicles, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and urban sprawl, and congestion mitigation and air quality (CMAQ). Students apply course materials to real-world cases and projects.

Outcome 1: Understanding of engineering fundamentals and their application to the solution of problems.

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