OS3613 Introduction to Energy Logistics in Warfare Operations

Studies in energy sources, distribution, and consumption focused on the sustainment of warfare operations.  Energy sources to include petroleum-based fuels, and synthetic liquid fuels and other alternative energy sources.  Introductory distribution analysis to include requirements and vulnerability of operational logistics lines of supply by ship, rail, pipeline, trucks and air.  Introductory consumption analysis to include modeling of energy consumption logistics planning factors for ship, aircraft, and ground force operations. This course is designed for Distance Learning Energy Certificate students.

Prerequisite

None

Corequisite

None

Lecture Hours

3

Lab Hours

0

Quarter Offered

  • Fall