Wind Energy Systems
by Gary L. Johnson
Publisher: Kansas State University 2006
Number of pages: 449
Wind energy systems draw on a wide range of disciplines. Any prospective user, regardless of his background, will feel large gaps in his knowledge, areas where he does not even know what the question is, let alone where to go look for the answer. This book is written to help people identify the proper question to ask. The book will be of interest to those students who are interested in energy sources besides coal and nuclear.
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- National Petroleum Council
This analysis of energy in America is based on well-documented facts and data. The conclusions are sobering: there's no easy way out of our energy fix, but the road map that this book lays out clearly points the way toward a secure energy future.
by B Viswanathan - Indian Institute of Technology
The reasons for the choice of energy sources are many. There is a need to know the options available, the need to harness some of these sources efficiently and effectively and above all the environmental concerns these energy sources give rise to.
by Robert Ferry, Elizabeth Monoian - Society for Cultural Exchange
'A Field Guide to Renewable Energy Technologies' is a useful resource for all designers, homeowners, urban planners, students, artists, architects, landscape architects, engineers, and anyone else interested in a clean energy future.
by Ralph Nansen - Ocean Press
The contents of this book should be of interest to the non technical reader. Nansen presents the rationale for solar power satellites in an understandable form devoid of the usual technical jargon to make the subject accessible to the public.