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Sources and Systems
First Indian Reprint 2013 ,
336 p, Soft Cover,
Rs. 995 /- For Sale in India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh & Sri lanka Only
About The Book
Table Of Contents
About The Author
"The skyrocketing demand for clean, abundant energy has resulted in a need for comprehensive information that can be used by builders, technicians, energy industry professionals, and anyone else wanting to learn about alternative forms of energy and their everyday uses. With a vast array of information available on the subject, Alternative Energy: Sources & Systems stands out from the crowd as an easy-to-read resource on current, mainstream technologies as well as those on the horizon. This book bridges the gap between overly simplistic information and high-level engineering materials. Instead, Alternative Energy: Sources & Systems serves as a comprehensive guide that explores solar, wind, and other sources, and the technology available to harness them. Readers will gain a better understanding of how these systems work as well as how they are put together. Coverage of all major alternative energy systems, including solar, geothermal, and wind energy. Detailed illustrations and photographs provide a visual reference for complex concepts. Clear, straightforward examples of theory and practical application. Descriptions of cutting-edge technologies and their possible impact on the energy industry. "
Part I: Solar Energy: Harnessing the Sun's power 1. Introduction to Solar Energy. 2. How Thermal Storage works 3. Applications for Solar Thermal Storage 4. How Photovoltaic Panels work 5. Applications for Photovoltaic Solar Panels Unit II: Wind Energy: Setting Sail for a New Power Alternative 6. Introduction to Wind Energy 7. Considerations for Residential and Light Commercial Wind Turbine 8. Introduction to Large Scale Wind Turbines Part III: Geothermal: Using the Earth to Heat and Cool our World 9. How a Geothermal System Works 10. Types and Configurations of Geothermal Loops 11. Proper Sizing Procedures for Geothermal Applications 12. Installation and Start-up of Geothermal Systems Part IV: Biomass: Utilizing Wood, Corn and Pellets as Heating Fuels 13. Using Biomass as a Heating Source 14. Applications for Biomass Burners Part V: Future Energy Sources: A Look at Fuel Cells and CHP (Combined Heat and Power) 15. How Fuel Cells Work 16. What is CHP? Glossary Index "
Donald Steeby is an Associate Professor of HVAC - Applied Technology at Grand Rapids Community College.
students of All Engineering Disciplines
All Engineering Disciplines
"Solar - Energy - Harnessing -Sun's Power - Thermal - Photovoltaic - Wind Energy - Large Scale Wind Turbines - Geothermal - Installation - Biomass -Burners - CHP (Combined Heat And Power) - Fuel Cells Work
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