NANO 1292

Introduction to Vacuum Technology

Recommended: MATH 0700, or concurrent registration or eligible for MATH 1100, eligible for ENGC 1101

Vacuum-based systems are a critical enabling technology used in product development and manufacturing to produce many every-day goods such as digital electronic components, energy efficient glass and metallised films used for food packaging. This course introduces the principle concepts associated with vacuum technology and the critical components of a vacuum system. Students work with a model vacuum system to complete activities intended to help them understand basic vacuum system functions and characteristics. (Same as VACT 1292.)

Credits: 2
Semesters: Fall, Spring

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