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Bee 4870 - Sustainable Bioenergy Systems

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Handout 1 H1 BEE 4870 Sustainable Bioenergy Systems FALL 2010 Instructor of record Lars Angenent Ph D Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering Phone 607 255 2480 E mail la249 at cornell edu Office 214 Riley Robb Hall Course Webpage http angenent bee cornell edu BEE4870 html Credits 3 Time of Class Lectures Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 05 9 55 am Lab Wednesday from 1 25 4 25 pm Location of Class Lectures Room B15 Riley Robb Hall Lab Room B15 with group activity in room 400 Riley Robb Hall Instructors Lars Angenent 214 RR 5 2480 la249 at cornell edu Norm Scott 216 RR 5 4473 nrs5 at cornell edu Miriam Rosenbaum mr625 at cornell edu Teaching Assistant Elliot Friedman esf59 at cornell edu contact Elliot by e mail to make an appointment Office Hours Wednesdays 1 25 4 25 pm during our design period please let me know at 1 25pm that you want to meet Pre requisite BEE2220 or equivalent thermodynamics course Prerequisites by topic Engineering Thermodynamics Course Description Capstone design course for upper level undergraduate and graduate students to understand energy systems that include a bioprocessing step i e an engineered bioreactor Offers a system approach to understanding renewable bioenergy systems biomass and their conversion processes from various aspects of biology engineering environmental impacts economics and sustainable development A large part of the course will deepen your understanding of bioprocessing with undefined mixed cultures Overview This course intended for upper level undergraduates and graduate students will offer a systems approach to understand energy systems that include a bioprocessing step such as anaerobic digestion anaerobic fermentation and microbial fuel cells In general this course focuses on biomass to bioenergy conversion including introduction to major treatment steps such as pretreatment steps fermentation steps and product separation steps The course integrates physics engineering environmental impacts economics and



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