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Solar Engineering of Thermal Processes (Anglais) Relié – 4 novembre 1991

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In Part I, we treat the basic ideas and calculation procedures that must be understood in order to appreciate how solar processes work and how their performance can be predicted. Lire la première page
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An excellent solar energy textbook 4 avril 2000
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Format: Relié
The second edition of "Solar Engineering..." is a much expanded and updated version of the original, which was already a decent textbook. It covers almost everything there is to know about engineering of solar energy systems, and the presentation is clear and well organized. The division into "basics" and "applications" sections is a very sensible way to get oriented before plunging into the depth of a specific technology, especially since solar thermal applications tend to cover a wide variety of technologies. The gradual and systematic approach makes this book a very good textbook for beginners. The wide scope makes it also a pretty good reference source for practitioners who are looking for a specific bit of information.
The new chapter on photovoltaic cells is a nice touch. While this is not a "thermal process," it is still important for any practitioner of solar thermal to know what's happening in the other corner of the field. A presentation of PV at the level that can be understood by non-physicists is a very welcome addition.
My only complaint is that recent significant developments are not well represented (I guess much of this developed after the book was written, so this complaint is not really aimed at the authors). Topics such as non-imaging concentrators, high-temperature thermal receivers for Brayton cycle, and solar chemistry are either briefly mentioned or absent altogether. The more traditional applications such DHW are of course presented in detail, but their significance to the energy market remains negligible. I would prefer to see more on applications that have the potential to make a major impact. Hopefully this will be included in the next edition...
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A MUST HAVE 11 janvier 2010
Par Dr. Goode - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Sure, its technical. But anyone with a college level understanding of physics and science should be fine. Thanks to this book, I was able to deal with the engineers that 'energized' my barns. Maybe bit pricey, but this was an excellent investment for me and turned out to be a useful resource for the contractor I hired. Wiley books are rarely inexpensive, but always top value. I just bought some of their stock - which is one way to take some of the sting out of the price.
Very informative! 13 février 2014
Par Daniel Brodmerkle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Bought this as a required textbook for my solar engineering class. There is a lot of informative information in this textbook and explains solar concepts pretty well.
Great book for beginners. 7 octobre 2013
Par Neelesh Umachandran - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This book is extremely useful for beginners in solar thermal technology. It covers from design of a solar thermal systems to analysis. Amazon's service was great. I received the book as described and I'm happy to have got this book through amazon.
Good Condition 25 septembre 2013
Par jigaib - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Book was received in pretty good condition. Had some wear on it, but that is to be expected from a used book. Didn't end up using this book very much for the class, however it served as a good reference and will likely serve as a reference to me in industry.
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