Non-conventional Energy Sources

Non-conventional Energy Sources

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Publisher KHANNA PUBLISHERS All Electrical Engineering books by KHANNA PUBLISHERS
ISBN 9788174090738
Author: G. D. Rai
Number of Pages 713
Edition Sixth Edition
Available in all digital devices
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Non-conventional Energy Sources by G. D. Rai
Book Summary:

It is a well known fact the known sources of fossil fuels in the world are depleting very fast and by the turn of the century, man will have to increasingly depend upon renewable resources of energy. For developing countries like India, large scale demand of heat energy for meeting day to day domestic, institutional and industrial requirements can be met by utilizing solar thermal systems, biogas, PV cells, wind energy, Geothermal, MHD etc. i.e. from non-conventional sources of energy. Non-conventional sources of energy is one of the areas of emerging technologies which have higher priority with reference to national needs. Energy is an important input in all sectors of any country’s economy. The standard of living of a given country can be directly related to per capita energy consumption. Energy needs of a developing country like India is going to increase significantly in foreseable future, is a well known fact. Hence it is absolutely necessary to plan for this critical input, so that the country’s development is not hampered.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Electrical Engineering Students.
Table of Content:

1. An Introduction to Energy Sources

2. Solar Radiation and its Measurement

3. Solar Energy Collectors

4. Solar Energy Storage

5. Applications of Solar Energy

6. Wind Energy

7. Energy from Biomass

8. Geothermal Energy

9. Energy from the Oceans

10.Chemical Energy Sources

11. Hydrogen Energy

12. Magneto Hydro Dynamic (MHD) Power Generation

13. Thermo Electric Power

14. Thermionic Generation

15. Thermonuclear Fusion Energy

16. Energy Storage and Distribution

17. Energy Conservation