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ESE-820 Energy and Environment
Campus CES
Programs PG
Session Summer Semester 2016
Course Title Energy and Environment
Course Code ESE-820
Credit Hours 3-0
Pre-Requisutes B.E (Chemical, Mechanical, Electrical, Environmental and Materials)
Course Objectives Course Objectives:

Generate awareness and interest in energy and related issues and explain the environmental consequences of energy production and consumption. Discuss current energy problems and alternate energy sources available in the country and their environmental concerns.

Learning outcome:

The student will be abreast of the various energy options and resource types available for exploitation with special emphasis on renewable energy resources and their use in the light of environmental implications such as green house effect and its mitigation methodologies. The students will be able to evaluate the potential of the project incentives offered by CDM.
Detail Content Course Outline:

Energy and its forms & energy resources
Merits & demerits of development & use of energy resources
Energy resources of Pakistan
Patterns of energy consumption in Pakistan,
Future energy scenario of world and Pakistan,
Sustainable energy management or agriculture, transport,
Industry & domestic sectors
Merits & demerits of wind, solar, hydropower, bio-energy resources.

No. Topics
Book Contact Hours
1 Energy and its forms & energy resources
Its types & uses
Merits & demerits of development & use of energy resources
OI &
2 Energy resources of Pakistan
Scope of renewable & non-renewable energy resources
Patterns of energy consumption in Pakistan
BD &
3 Future energy scenario of world and Pakistan
Alternate energy resources
Environmental impact of alternative energy resources
ML &
4 Sustainable energy management in
Domestic sectors
Green energy resources
5 Environomical Pathways for Sustainable Energy Systems:
Bio energy
ML & OI 6
6 Overall analysis of energy, environmental and cost efficiency of an energy conversion scheme
Sustainable Energy Utilization
ML & OI 8
Text/Ref Books
S.No. Title Author(s) Assigned Code Remarks
1 Towards a sustainable Energy Future OECD/IEA, Paris, 2001 OI Reference
2 Environmental science: Earth as a living planet Botkin, D.B and Keller, E.A. 6th Edition. John Wiley and Sons. 2007 BD Reference
3 Environmental Science: Systems and solutions Mckinney, M.L., Schoch, R.M. and Yonavjak, L. 4th Edition. Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 2007. ML Reference
Time Schedule Summer Semester
Faculty/Resource Person Dr. ParvezAkhter, Ph.D.