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Energy Management Handbook 8th Edition

Author: Wayne C. Turner
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1304520870
Size: 49.26 MB
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This comprehensive handbook has become recognized as the definitive stand-alone energy manager's desk reference, used by thousands of professionals throughout the industry. Newly revised and edited, this eighth edition includes significant updates to energy management controls systems, commissioning, measurement and verification, and high performance green buildings. Also updated are chapters on motors and drives, HVAC systems, lighting, alternative energy systems, building envelope, performance contracting and natural gas purchasing. You'll find coverage of every component of effective energy management, including energy auditing, economic analysis, boilers and steam systems, heat recovery, cogeneration, insulation, thermal storage, indoor air quality, utility rates, energy systems maintenance, and more. Detailed illustrations, charts and other helpful working aids are provided throughout. Volume two includes chapters 15-27.

Solar Pv And Wind Energy Conversion Systems

Author: S. Sumathi
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319149415
Size: 64.64 MB
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This textbook starts with a review of the principles of operation, modeling and control of common solar energy and wind-power generation systems before moving on to discuss grid compatibility, power quality issues and hybrid models of Solar PV and Wind Energy Conversion Systems (WECS). MATLAB/SIMULINK models of fuel cell technology and associated converters are discussed in detail. The impact of soft computing techniques such as neural networks, fuzzy logic and genetic algorithms in the context of solar and wind energy is explained with practical implementation using MATLAB/SIMULINK models. This book is intended for final year undergraduate, post-graduate and research students interested in understanding the modeling and control of Solar PV and Wind Energy Conversion Systems based on MATLAB/SIMULINK. - Each chapter includes “Learning Objectives” at the start, a “Summary” at the end and helpful Review Questions - Includes MATLAB/SIMULINK models of different control strategies for power conditioning units in the context of Solar PV - Presents soft computing techniques for Solar PV and WECS, as well as MATLAB/SIMULINK models, e.g. for wind turbine topologies and grid integration - Covers hybrid solar PV and Wind Energy Conversion Systems with converters and MATLAB/SIMULINK models - Reviews harmonic reduction in Solar PV and Wind Energy Conversion Systems in connection with power quality issues - Covers fuel cells and converters with implementation using MATLAB/SIMULINK

Industrial Energy Management Strategies

Author: Kaushik Bhattacharjee
Publisher: Fairmont Press
ISBN: 9780815380016
Size: 11.29 MB
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The importance of energy management has grown in recent years due to the heightened awareness of the impact of energy use on the environment and its very real impact on a company's bottom line. This book provides a detailed and knowledgeable reference for those engaged in the energy management field or those just starting out by illustrating a practical approach to implementing energy management programs using case studies and real-world experience. Topics covered include new areas of development such as CUSUM and multivariate regression analysis. Also included is coverage of all systems and standards that affect energy management, including ISO50001, EMIS, Industrial Refrigeration, Cooling Water System and Industrial Ventilation System. Technical, organizational and behavioral considerations are covered. The book is designed as a quick reference guide for practicing energy managers.

Solar Engineering Of Thermal Processes

Author: John A. Duffie
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470873663
Size: 24.61 MB
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The fourth edition of the acknowledged leading book on solar engineering, this volume presents the basics of solar energy, then goes on to cover the technologies used to harvest this solar energy, store it, and deliver it, including photovoltaics, solar heaters, and cells. The new edition features an added chapter discussing a simulation problem, allowing students to apply the theory to real world systems. Other simulation problems are offered via a student website and include a solar domestic hot water system, a commercial solar heating application, and a photovoltaic system for a house.