Sustainable Energy Technologies

Options and Prospects
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ISBN-13:
9781402067242
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
333
Autor:
Kemo Hanjalic
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PDF
eBook Format:
eBook
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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"This book provides an up-to-date review of the status and prospects of different options in energy conversion and storage technologies, as seen by a panel of world leading experts. It offers a platform for readers engaged in planning and undertaking new energy solutions or retrofitting and redesigning the existing installations to confront and to compare the pros and cons of various novel technology options. Contributing articles cover new clean and zero-emission coal technologies, solar, wind, nuclear, fuel cells, hydrogen and hybrid technologies, accompanied by treatises on the challenge of increasing global energy needs and consumption, issues of sustainability, and on specific ideas for efficient production and use of energy based on modern rationing technologies.
Contents; Preface; Contributors; Part I : New and Sustainable Energy Conversion and Storage Technologies; Introduction, by K. Hanjalic; World Thirst for Energy: How To Face the Challenge, by M. Combarnous, J.-F. Bonnet Sustainability Concept For Energy, Water And Environmental Systems, by N. H. Afgan Efficient Production and Use of Energy: Modern Energy Rationing Technologies in Russia, by S. V. Alekseenko Perspectives of Wind Energy, by G. van Kuik, B. Ummels and R.Hendriks Photovoltaic Cells for Sustainable Energy, by J. McEvoy and M. Grätzel Photo-electrochemical production of hydrogen, by R. van de Krol and J.Schoonman Distributed Energy Generation, Fuel Cell and its Hybrid Systems, by K. Suzuki+ , H. Yoshida, H. Iwai Current International Initiative for Sustainable Nuclear Energy, by G. Cacuci Safety in Nuclear Power: A Proposal, by M. Cumo CO2 Emissions Mitigation from Power Generation Using Capture Technologies, by P. Mathieu Clean and Efficient Coal Technology Integrated With CO2 Sequestration and Hydrogen Energy Systems, by K. Okazaki Advanced Steam Generator Concepts for Oxy-Fuel Processes, by H. Spliethof Part II : Initiatives in South-East Europe 13. CO2 Mitigation Options for Retrofitting Low-Quality Coal Fired Power Plants, by E. Kakaras, A. Doukelis, D. Giannakopoulos, A. Koumanakos 14. Renewable Energies in Slovenia: Facts and Plans, by U. Lavrencic stangar and E. Kranjcevic 15. Energy Wood Chains in Bulgaria, by P. Stankov, D. Mladenov and K. Stanchev 16. Energy Efficiency in Serbia: Research and Development Activities, by S. N. Oka 17. Energy sector in Macedonia: Current Status and Plans, by B. Donevski 18. Energy Sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Status and Plans, by A. Lekic Index
In pursuit of feasible near-future sustainable and environmentally acceptable - ergy solutions to speci?c needs and based on the available – often speci?c and l- ited – resources as pertinent to many smaller transitional countries, the Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina in cooperation with Dubrovnik Inter-University Centre invited a panel of experts to present and discuss the sta- of-the-art in the development of new energy technologies at a conference held in Dubrovnik,Croatia, on23–25September2006. Up-to-datereviewsof the status and prospects of different options in energy conversion and storage technologies were presented by some of the world leading authorities – members of the national and international academies of sciences, directors of institutes, directors of national and international (EU) energy programmes and academics from Belgium, France, G- many, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Portugal and Switzerland. The articles covered new clean and zero-emission coal technologies, solar, wind, nuclear, fuel cells, - drogen and hybrid technologies, accompanied by treatises on the challenge of - creasing global energy needs and consumption, issues of sustainability, and on - ?cient production and use of energy based on modern rationing technologies. This overview was complemented by several regional surveys of needs, resources and priorities, as well as speci?c initiatives towards meeting future energy objectives, pursued in several countries in South-Eastern Europe. This volume has grown out of (but is not con?ned to) extended and revised invited articles presented at the Dubrovnik conference under the auspices of the AcademyofSciencesandArtsofBosniaandHerzegovina.

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