Towards a cleaner planet : energy for the future / Jaime Klapp, Jorge L. Cervantes-Cota, José Federico Chávez Alcalá (eds.).
- Environmental science and engineering. Environmental science
- Energy for the present and future: a world energy overview -- Energy, present and future -- Advanced energy conversion -- Energy efficiency in Mexico - a bird's eye view -- Energy efficeincy and conservation in Mexico -- Status of the Mexican Electricity Generation -- Thermoeconomic study of CCGT Plants -- CO2 capture for atmosphere pollution reduction -- Fossil fuels pollution and air quality modeling -- Fundamentals of boiling water reactor safety design and operation123 -- General overview of the current situation of nuclear energy -- The clean and safe nuclear reactors of the future -- Transition strategies for a hydrogen economy in Mexico -- Nuclear energy economical viability -- Natural safety storage of radioactive waste -- The reinassance of nuclear power -- Renewable energy in Mexico: Current status and future prospects -- The development of thermal solar cooling systems -- Converting solar radiation to electric power in Mexico -- Some recent research on solar energy technology -- Wind energy: an opportunity for diversifying electricity generation in Mexico -- Development of geothermal energy in Mexico and its energetic potential for the future -- Energy and activated carbon production from crop biomass byproducts --- Hydrogen: the ecological fuel for Mexican future -- Nuclear fusion as an energy option for the 21st century.
- 9783540713449 (hd.bd.)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Source of Acquisition:
- Behrend copy: Purchased with funds from the Paterno Libraries Endowment; 20078.
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