Provides a basic understanding of the wind energy industry, turbine architecture, applications of meteorology, wind farm development, law and policy, and other renewable sources.

Introduction to the fundamentals of wind mathematical modeling (one to three dimensions). Corequisite:  WIND 1110.

Provides a basic understanding of wind kinematics, aerodynamic laws, fluid dynamics, and thermal dynamics and their applications to wind energy generation.

Provides hands-on experience using MathLab to apply math skills associated with mathematical modeling and data manipulation to wind data. Corequisite:  WIND 1310

Provides an in-depth look at environmental, economic, political, and health aspects when comparing wind energy versus traditional fuels.