Kinetics and Kinematics of particles and rigid bodies. Newton's laws, work-energy and impulse-momentum principles, laws of linear and angular momentum, conservation of momentum, planar motion of rigid bodies, and introduction to vibration of single-degree-of-freedom systems.
Engineering aspects of windpower systems including aerodynamic analysis, mechanical design, support structure design, wind field analysis, system concepts and analysis, and economics.
The fundamentals of the science of thermodynamics, control volume analysis of the conservation of mass and energy and the second law of thermodynamics, pure substance property relations, applications to refrigeration and power systems. Prerequisites: MATH 233, PHYSICS 151, 153 (MATH 233 and PHYSICS 151, 153 may be taken concurrently).