Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Entropy and Exergy in Renewable Energy

Edited by Lin-Shu Wang

Stony Brook University

Co-editors:

Wenping Cao

Anhui University

Shubo Hu

Dalian University of Technology

Lovelock identified Newcomen’s atmospheric steam engine as the start of Anthropocene with these words: “…there have been two previous decisive events in the history of our planet. The first was … when photosynthetic bacteria first appeared [conversing sunlight to usable energy]. The second was in 1712 when Newcomen created an efficient machine that converted the sunlight locked in coal directly into work.” This book is about the necessity of energy transition toward renewables that convert sunlight diurnally, thus a sustainable Anthropocene. Such an energy transition is equally momentous as that of the kick start of the second Industrial Revolution in 1712. Such an energy transition requires “it takes a village” collective effort of mankind; the book is a small part of the collective endeavor.

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Entropy and Exergy in Renewable EnergyEdited by Lin-Shu Wang

Published: January 7th 2022

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.92472

ISBN: 978-1-83968-663-4

Print ISBN: 978-1-83968-662-7

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83968-664-1

Copyright year: 2022

Books open for chapter submissions

1722 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Systems-Thinking Framework for Renewables-Powered World

By Lin-Shu Wang and Peng Shi

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2. A Comprehensive Review on Available/Existing Renewable Energy Systems in Malaysia and Comparison of Their Capability of Electricity Generation in Malaysia

By Hadi Nabipour Afrouzi, Yuhani Pamodha Wimalaratna, Jubaer Ahmed, Kamyar Mehranzamir, San Chuin Liew, Chin-Leong Wooi and Bazlul Mobin Siddiquea

208

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3. Itaipu Technology Park: An Eco-Innovative Niche for Renewable Energies

By Andriele De Pra Carvalho and Sieglinde Kindl da Cunha

130

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4. Dynamic Extended Exergy Analysis of Photon Enhanced Thermionic Emitter Based Electricity Generation

By Canberk Unal, Emin Acikkalp and David Borge-Diez

110

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5. Scale Invariant Turbulence and Gibbs Free Energy in the Atmosphere

By Adrian F. Tuck

119

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6. Entropy Based Biological Sequence Study

By Bimal Kumar Sarkar

118

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7. Aerodynamic Analysis and Performance Prediction of VAWT and HAWT Using CARDAAV and Qblade Computer Codes

By Tayeb Brahimi and Ion Paraschivoiu

199

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8. Assessment and Analysis of Offshore Wind Energy Potential

By Radian Belu

295

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9. Nonlinear Control Strategies of an Autonomous Double Fed Induction Generator Based Wind Energy Conversion Systems

By Nouha Bouchiba, Souhir Sallem, Mohamed Ben Ali Kammoun, Larbi Chrifi-Alaoui and Saïd Drid

320

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10. Vertical Axis Wind Turbine Design and Installation at Chicamocha Canyon

By Luis-Fernando Garcia-Rodriguez, Juan Diego Rosero Ariza, Jorge Luis Chacón Velazco and Julian Ernesto Jaramillo Ibarra

138

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