Hydrogen Science and Engineering: Materials, Processes, Systems, and Technology
Authored by 50 top academic, government and industry researchers, this handbook explores mature, evolving technologies for a clean, economically viable alternative to non-renewable energy. In so doing, it also discusses such broader topics as the environmental impact, education, safety and regulatory developments.
The text is all-encompassing, covering a wide range that includes hydrogen as an energy carrier, hydrogen for storage of renewable energy, and incorporating hydrogen technologies into existing technologies.
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Materials Processes Systems and Technology Part 2 Hydrogen as an Energy Carrier
Materials Processes Systems and Technology Part 3 Hydrogen for Storage of Renewable Energy
Materials Processes Systems and Technology Part 4 Traded Hydrogen
Materials Processes Systems and Technology Part 5 Handling of Hydrogen
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Hydrogen Science and Engineering: Materials, Processes, Systems and ...
Detlef Stolten,Bernd Emonts
Korlátozott előnézet - 2016
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