Wed. June 29, 2011 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
103/104, Vancouver International Conference Centre
General interest in energy is growing at a fast pace. Universities, governmental organizations, and other organizations are actively developing courses and tools to educate the public, K-12 students, and even university students to be more responsible with energy efficiency and consumption. Papers in this session discuss methods, tools, and projects that are being used to promote energy efficiency and education among all students.
Dr. Narayanan M. Komerath and Dr. Jerry W. Samples P.E.
Integration of Architecture and Sustainable Engineering Principles to Achieve an Energy-Efficient Design
Ahmed Cherif Megri (University of Wyoming)
Assessment of Navier–Stokes’ Equations in a Fluid Mechanics Course
Mysore Narayanan (Miami University)
An Evaluation of an Electric Drive Vehicle Program Based on Student Motivation and Learning Effectiveness
Ashley Banaszek (Missouri University of Science & Technology), Richard H Hall (Missouri University of Science & Technology), and Prof. Mehdi Ferdowsi (Missouri University of Science & Technology)
Development of an Input Power Factor Corrected Variable Speed Motor Drive System for the Electric Motor Drives Course
Shiyoung Lee (Pennsylvania State University, Berks Campus)