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Authors: Andreas Poullikkas (Electricity Authority of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus) 
Book Description:
This new book provides an insight to the wide range of electricity generating technologies available today or under development. Also, provides an overview of the energy storage technologies which are expected to play an important role in the future sustainable energy systems. The technologies are presented in an easily digestible form. The book gives a clear, unbiased review and comparison of the different types of power generation technologies available. The book is partly based on lecture notes provided in two different courses for a number of years and is intended as an introductory textbook for courses in the field of engineering, environmental pollution and public health. Also, Introduction to Power Generation Technologies can serve as a reference text for power generation planners, electric utility managers, energy regulators, electricity transmission system operators, consultants, policy makers and economists.

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Table of Contents:
Preface
About the Author

Chapter 1: Introduction, pp. 1-32
1.1 Definition of Thermodynamics
1.2 Energy Balance Approach
1.3 Heat and Work
1.4 First Law of Thermodynamics
1.5 Second Law of Thermodynamics
1.6 Fuels 11
1.7 Combustion
1.8 Pollution
1.9 Alternative Energy Sources
1.10 Future Sustainable Energy Systems

Chapter 2: Power plants, pp. 33-66
2.1. The Rankine Cycle
2.2. The Simple-Cycle Gas Turbine
2.3. The Gas to Gas Recuperation Cycle
2.4. The Combined Cycle
2.5. The Brayton-Kalina Cycle
2.6. The Brayton-Brayton Cycle
2.7. The Brayton-Diesal Cycle
2.8. The Brayton-Stirling Cycle
2.9. The Brayton-Fuel Cell Cycle
2.10. The Chemical Recuperation Cycle
2.11. MAST Cycles
2.13. The Internal Combustion Engine

Chapter 3: Carbon capture and storage technologies, pp. 67-84
3.1 The pulverized coal technology with CCS
3.2 The IGCC cycle
3.3 The natural gas combined cycle technology with CCS
3.4 Oxyfuel combustion
3.5 Comparison of CO2 capture technologies

Chapter 4: Direct solar RES technologies, pp. 85-110
4.1. The Photovoltaic Technology
4.2. Solar Thermal

Chapter 5: Indirect solar RES technologies, pp. 111-132
5.1 The wind turbine technology
5.2 Biomass energy
5.3 Geothermal energy
5.4 Hydropower
5.5 Tidal energy
5.6 Wave energy

Chapter 6: Distributed generation, pp. 133-140
6.1. DG definition
6.2. The fuel cell technology

Chapter 7: Storage technologies, pp. 141-162
7.1 Flywheel storage technologies
7.2 Battery storage technologies
7.3 Supercapacitor storage technologies
7.4 Hydrogen storage technologies
7.5 Pneumatic storage technologies
7.5.1 Liquid-piston technology
7.5.2 Compressed air energy storage
7.6 Pumped storage technology
7.7 Overall comparison

References pp.163-172
Index pp.173-186

   Series:
      Energy Science, Engineering and Technology
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2009
   Pages: pp.186
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-472-3
   Status: AV
  
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