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Integration of simulation-based energy management techniques in undergraduate engineering curriculum to enhance students' learning
journal contributionposted on 06.12.2017, 00:00 by Ashfaque ChowdhuryAshfaque Chowdhury, Mohammad RasulMohammad Rasul
The aim of teaching simulation-based energy conservation techniques to the undergraduate engineering students is to involve students with real-life engineering problems and to enhance the students' learning, discipline knowledge and problem-solving skills. A project-based learning course was designed so that the students receive a broad range of introductory exposure to the effective energy management techniques with relevant applications of the theory. This paper highlighted an overview of the course curriculum, simulation principles and assessment procedures for achieving scholarships in teaching, learning and research. It is understood that the students were competent to make use of the advanced knowledge earned in this course in their future career.