( PPT 135 ) Power Plant Physics

Students identify the standards of measure necessary to compare and evaluate system pressures, temperatures, levels, flow rates and other important power plant operating characteristics. They identify classical mechanical principles that ensure maintenance technicians or operators are able to understand the dynamic changes occurring in power plant mechanical and electrical systems. They contrast fluids and define the relationships between hydraulics, pressure, buoyancy and flow.

2.00 Credit Hours

2016-2017 - Spring Term

No Sections Offered for this Term.

2016-2017 - Summer Term

No Sections Offered for this Term.

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