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Bueno empezaremos publicando alguna bibliografia acerca de las Energias Renovables...


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Energia solar tèrmica
Rosas Casals, MartíCendra Garreta, Jaime


2.-Les energies renovables
3.-Radiació solar
4.-Captadors solars fototèrmics
5.-Instal·lacions i constituents
6.-Comportament a llarg termini dels sistemes fototèrmics
7.-Anàlisi econòmica dels sistemes fototèrmics. Centrals solars

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Photovoltaic Solar Energy Generation

Photovoltaic Solar Energy Generation (Springer Series in Optical Sciences)

By Adolf Goetzberger,&nbspVolker U. Hoffmann,

Publisher: Springer

* Number Of Pages: 232

* Publication Date: 2005-05-31

* Sales Rank: 539001* ISBN / ASIN: 3540236767

* EAN: 9783540236764

* Binding: Hardcover

* Manufacturer: Springer

* Studio: Springer

* Average Rating: 4

* Total Reviews: 1

Book Description:

This comprehensive description and discussion of photovoltaics (PV) is presented at a level that makes it accessible to the interested academic. Starting with an historical overview, the text outlines the relevance of photovoltaics today and in the future. Then follows an introduction to the physical background of solar cells and the most important materials and technologies, with particular emphasis placed on future developments and prospects. The book goes beyond technology by also describing the path from the cell to the module to the system, proceeding to important applications such as grid-connected and stand-alone systems. The composition and development of the markets and the role of PV in future energy systems are also considered. Finally, the discussion turns to the future structure of energy supplies, expected to comprise more distributed generation, and addresses synergies and competition from other carbon-free energy sources.

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Macmillan Encyclopedia of Energy Vol.1,2,3

Author: John Zumerchik

Publish: Gale

Date of the publication: 2001

ISBN (eng): 0-02-865018-2

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Language: English

Amount of pages:

Format: PDF

Size of a file: 36 Mb

Catalogue number: 02686

The Encyclopedia includes 253 alphabetically arranged entries written by 170 authors. The text is supplemented with more than 600 photographs, illustrations, sidebars, and maps. Entries contain a set of cross-references to related entries within the set, as well as a bibliography of related books and journal articles to guide readers who want to learn more about a given topic. The front matter in Volume 1 includes a list of entry topics, and the back matter in Volume 3 contains both an extensive timeline of important dates in energy history and a comprehensive subject index



Energy: Technology and Directions for the Future

In the 21st century energy mix. The reader will learn about the history and science of several energy sources as well as the technology and social significance of energy. Themes in the book include thermodynamics, electricity distribution, geothermal energy, fossil fuels, solar energy, nuclear energy, alternate energy (wind, water, biomass), energy and society, energy and the environment, sustainable development, the hydrogen economy, and energy forecasting. The approach is designed to present an intellectually rich and interesting text that is also practical.This is accomplished by introducing basic concepts in the context of energy technologies and, where appropriate, in historical context. Scientific concepts are used to solve concrete engineering problems.The technical level of presentation presumes that readers have completed college level physics with calculus and mathematics through calculus of several variables. The selection of topics is designed to provide the reader with an introduction to the language, concepts and techniques used in all major energy components that are expected to contribute to the 21st century energy mix. Future energy professionals will need to understand the origin and interactions of these energy components to thrive in an energy industry that is evolving from an industry dominated by fossil fuels to an industry working with many energy sources. * Presents the fundamentals of energy production for engineers, scientists, engineering professors, students, and anyone in the field who needs a technical discussion of energy topics.* Provides engineers with a valuable expanded knowledge base using the U.S. National Academy of Sciences ******* standards. * Examines the energy options for the twenty-first century as older energy sources quickly become depleted.



Wind and Solar Power Systems
Mukund R. Patel

CRC Press ISBN 0849316057 March 30, 1999 PDF 5.9 Mb 368 Pages

Wind and solar energy are pollution-free sources of abundant power. With renewable power generation expected to become more and more profitable with open access to transmission lines and rapid growth around the world, the design, operation, and control of alternative energy resources becomes an essential field of study. Wind and Solar Power Systems provides a comprehensive treatment of this rapidly growing segment of the power industry. It provides the fundamentals of wind and solar power generation, energy conversion and storage, and the operational aspects of power electronics and the quality of power. It covers in detail the design, operation, and control methods applicable to stand-alone as well as grid-connected power systems and discusses the present status of and the on-going research in renewable power around the world.Wind and Solar Power Systems stands as the most modern, complete book available on renewable energy. Electrical, environmental and mechanical engineering professionals along with policy-makers evaluating the renewable energy potential of their regions will find in it the background and the details they need for decision making.Renewable Power Systems explains how wind and solar energy generate electrical power. The book covers the fundamentals of the wind and photovoltaic power generation -- design, operation, and control methods applicable to the stand-alone as well as grid-connected power systems -- steady state as well as dynamic performance and operation -- methods for extracting the maximum power at a given site -- past and present trends as well as anticipated growth -- and energy maps of several countries, useful for assessing the annual energy potential of any site



Renewable Energy

ISBN: 0126561532

Author: Bent Sorensen (Sørensen)

Publisher: Academic Press

Edition: 3 edition (July 16, 2004)

Hardcover: 952 pages

This third edition of Renewable Energy is undoubtedly one of the most complete accounts of the subject, from source through to extraction and use. The book is academically rigorous, but accessible.The author first describes the effect of the sun on the atmosphere and the creation of wind and waves, including the effects of global warming. For each type of renewable energy, from direct solar radiation to wind and biomass, there follows a technical description of the devices that can be used to transform the energy into useful forms. The author explores new solar cell types, including polymer and organic cells, new biofuel processes and new wave energy devices.The final part of the book loos at social and economic aspects of renewable energy the costs of our current fuel bills versus new energy sources, and the difference it could make to developing as well as developed countries. The concept of whole new energy systems based around wind, solar, and other energies is put into a real-life context. Key features include:• Reference paths: the reader may follow the general process from source through to distribution, or concentrate on a specific type of energy. • The material is divided into undergraduate text and advanced options.• Details the significant expansion of the field since the publication of the previous edition.• Updated material includes offshore wind technologies, polymer and organic solar cells, new developments in hydrogen storage, pipeline transmission, biofuel processes, and wave energy devices, evaluation of biomass options, and an outlook on the renewable energy market.* The only rigorous theory and applications book available* Provides the principles of renewable energy flows/sources and energy conversion processes* Details the significant expansion of the field since the publication of the previous editions



Geothermal Energy

Geothermal EnergyBy Harsh K. Gupta, Sukanta Roy

Publisher: Elsevier Science

Number Of Pages: 292

Publication Date: 2006-12-12

ISBN / ASIN: 044452875X
More than 20 countries generate electricity from geothermal resources and about 60 countries make direct use of geothermal energy. A ten-fold increase in geothermal energy use is foreseeable at the current technology level.Geothermal Energy: An Alternative Resource for the 21st Century provides a readable and coherent account of all facets of geothermal energy development and summarizes the present day knowledge on geothermal resources, their exploration and exploitation. Accounts of geothermal resource models, various exploration techniques, drilling and production technology are discussed within 9 chapters, as well as important concepts and current technological developments.* Interdisciplinary approach, combining traditional disciplines such as geology, geophysics, and engineering* Provides a readable and coherent account of all facets of geothermal energy development* Describes the importance of bringing potable water to high-demand areas such as the tropical regions

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