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  • Wind Power
    Wind Power
    Editor S M Muyeen
    ISBN 978-953-7619-81-7
    558 pages, June, 2010
    All chapters downloaded 517989 times.
    This book is the result of inspirations and contributions from many researchers of different fields. A wide verity of research results are merged together to make this book useful for students and researchers who will take contribution for further de ...
  • Lithium-ion Batteries
    Lithium-ion Batteries
    Editor Chong Rae Park
    ISBN 978-953-307-058-2
    132 pages, April, 2010
    All chapters downloaded 67210 times.
    There have been numerous excellent books on LIBs based on various different viewpoints. But, there is little book available on the state of the art and future of next generation LIBs, particularly eventually for EVs and HEVs. This book is therefor ...
  • Energy Management
    Energy Management
    Editor Francisco Macia Perez
    ISBN 978-953-307-065-0
    246 pages, March, 2010
    All chapters downloaded 81351 times.
    Forecasts point to a huge increase in energy demand over the next 25 years, with a direct and immediate impact on the exhaustion of fossil fuels, the increase in pollution levels and the global warming that will have significant consequences for all ...
  • Solar Energy
    Solar Energy
    Editor Radu D Rugescu
    ISBN 978-953-307-052-0
    432 pages, February, 2010
    All chapters downloaded 244813 times.
    The present “Solar Energy” science book hopefully opens a series of other first-hand texts in new technologies with practical impact and subsequent interest. They might include the ecological combustion of fossil fuels, space technology in the b ...
  • Renewable Energy
    Renewable Energy
    Editor T J Hammons
    ISBN 978-953-7619-52-7
    580 pages, December, 2009
    All chapters downloaded 328872 times.
    Renewable Energy is energy generated from natural resources - such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides and geothermal heat - which are naturally replenished. In 2008, about 18% of global final energy consumption came from renewables, with 13% com ...