Integrated Energy Systems for Multigeneration
Integrated Energy Systems for Multigeneration looks at how measures implemented to limit greenhouse gas emissions must consider smart utilization of available limited resources and employ renewable resources through integrated energy systems and the utilization of waste energy streams. This reference considers the main concepts of thermal and conventional energy systems through detailed systems description, analyses of methodologies, performance assessment and optimization, and illustrative examples and case studies. The book examines producing power and heat with cooling, freshwater, green fuels and other useful commodities designed to tackle rising greenhouse gas emissions in the atmosphere.
With worldwide energy demand increasing, and the consequences of meeting supply with current dependency on fossil fuels, investigating and developing sustainable alternatives to the conventional energy systems is a growing concern for global stakeholders.
- Analyzes the links between clean energy technologies and achieving sustainable development
- Illustrates several examples of design and analysis of integrated energy systems
- Discusses performance assessment and optimization
- Uses illustrative examples and global case studies to explain methodologies and concepts
|Titel:||Integrated Energy Systems for Multigeneration|
|auteur:||Bicer, Yusuf; Dincer, Ibrahim|
|Afmetingen:||235 x 191|
Prior to joining HBKU, he was a research and teaching assistant in the Department of Automotive, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. His PhD thesis focused on photoelectrochemical-based hydrogen and ammonia production options. He also worked for more than two years at Istanbul Practical Gas and Energy Technologies Research Engineering Industrial Trade Inc. on the topics of natural gas and solar energy applications.
Offers a thorough introduction to the language, concepts and technologies used in all major advanced energy systems for multigeneration