Handbook of Energy Engineering Calculations

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Date

July 29, 2011

Format

Electronic book text, 712 pages

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ISBN

007174553X / 9780071745536

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Overview


Main description

SOLVE ENERGY PROBLEMS QUICKLY AND ACCURATELY

Filled with step-by-step procedures for performing hundreds of calculations, this practical guide helps you solve a variety of applied energy engineering design and operating problems. Handbook of Energy Engineering Calculations features worked-out examples and enables you to obtain accurately results with minimum time and effort. Calculation procedures emphasize greenhouse gas and carbon dioxide emissions control as well as energy conservation and reuse. This is an invaluable, time-saving resource for anyone involved in energy engineering.

Comprehensive coverage includes:

  • Energy conversion engineering
  • Steam power generation
  • Gas-turbine power generation
  • Internal-combustion engine energy analysis
  • Nuclear energy engineering
  • Hydroelectric energy power plants
  • Wind power energy design and application
  • Solar power energy application and usage
  • Geothermal energy engineering
  • Ocean energy engineering
  • Heat transfer and energy conservation
  • Fluid transfer engineering
  • Interior climate control energy economics
  • Energy conservation and environmental pollution control


Table of contents

Calculation procedures giving pertinent worked-out examples are provided for more than 100 important topics, including: Steam power generation Internal combustion power generation Reciprocating-engine power generation Nuclear power generation Renewable energy sources for “green” power generation Sewage and wastewater treatment and re-use in energy options





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