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By Soobhankar Pati, Jaroslaw Drelich, Animesh A. Jha, Neale R. Neelameggham, Leon H. Prentice, Cong Wang
This e-book contains a number of papers at the matters, intricacies, and demanding situations on the subject of power and environmental technological know-how. It deals specialist assurance of a few of the technological elements of sustainable strength ecosystems, together with methods that enhance power potency and decrease CO2 and different greenhouse emissions. It additionally addresses the necessity for sustainable applied sciences in extractive metallurgy, fabrics processing, and production industries with strength effective applied sciences. a few extra contributions learn renewable strength resources comparable to sun, wind, and biomass.Content:
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