Sustainable Energy Systems and Applications

@inproceedings{Dincer2011SustainableES,
  title={Sustainable Energy Systems and Applications},
  author={Ibrahim Dincer and Calin Zamfirescu},
  year={2011}
}
Thermodynamic fundamentals.- Introductory aspects of energy.- Energy conservation.- Fundamental concepts for sustainable process design.- Thermodynamic cycles.- Thermal and chemical devices.- Fossil fuels vs clean fuels.- Direct energy conversion.- System analysis through energy and exergy.- Renewable energy systems and applications.- Thermal energy storage systems and applications.- District energy systems.- Nuclear energy.- Hydrogen and fuel cell systems and applications.- Ammonia as a… Expand
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