Power Plant Math introduces the student to the fundamentals of math as used in a power plant setting. Mathematics is the building block for more advanced topics they will learn thru the Power Plant Technology program. Advanced topics like Thermodynamics, electrical and electronics, atomic and nuclear physics rely heavily on a solid foundation in mathematics. Students identify the standards of measure necessary to compare and evaluate system pressures, temperatures, levels, flow rates, and other important power plant operating characteristics.
2.00 Credit Hours
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