"Modeling and Optimization of Renewable Energy Systems" ed. by Arzu Şencan Şahin

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"Modeling and Optimization of Renewable Energy Systems" ed. by Arzu Şencan Şahin

"Modeling and Optimization of Renewable Energy Systems" ed. by Arzu Şencan Şahin
InTeO | 2012 | ISBN: 9535106007 9789535106005 | 307 pages | PDF | 10 MB

This book includes solar energy, wind energy, hybrid systems, biofuels, energy management and efficiency, optimization of renewable energy systems and much more. Subsequently, the book presents the physical and technical principles of promising ways of utilizing renewable energies. It will provide useful insights in the modeling and optimization of different renewable systems. The primary target audience for the book includes students, researchers, and people working on renewable energy systems.

The authors provide the important data and parameter sets for the major possibilities of renewable energies utilization which allow an economic and environmental assessment. Such an assessment enables us to judge the chances and limits of the multiple options utilizing renewable energy sources.

1 Solar-Energy Drying Systems
2 Photovoltaic Systems and Applications
3 А New Adaptive Method for Distribution System Protection Considering Distributed Generation Units Using Simulated Annealing Method
4 Exergoeconomic Analysis and Optimization of Solar Thermal Power Plants
5 Optimization of Renewable Energy Systems: The Case of Desalination
6 Heat Transfer Modeling of the Ground Heat Exchangers for the Ground-Coupled Heat Pump Systems
7 Promoting and Improving Renewable Energy Projects Through Local Capacity Development
8 Utilization of Permanent Grassland for Biogas Production
9 Globalization of the Natural Gas Market on Natural Gas Prices in Electric Power Generation and Energy Development
10 An Analysis of the Effect of Renewable Energies on Spanish Electricity Market Efficiency
11 Modernization and Intensification of Nitric Acid Plants
12 Optimal Design of an Hybrid Wind-Diesel System with Compressed Air Energy Storage for Canadian Remote Areas

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