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Volume 1: Energy Fundamentals
Volume 2: Energy Materials
Volume 3: Energy Production
Volume 4: Energy Conversion
Volume 5: Energy Management

Contents

Volume 1: Energy Fundamentals
Part A
1.1 Energy Units, Conversions, and Dimensional Analysis
İlhami Yıldız and Yu Liu, pp 1-23 PDF
1.2 Historical Aspects of Energy
Yıldız İlhami and Craig MacEachern, pp 24-48 PDF
1.3 Environmental Dimensions of Energy
Ibrahim Dincer and Calin Zamfirescu, pp 49-100 PDF
1.4 Sustainability Dimensions of Energy
Ibrahim Dincer and Calin Zamfirescu, pp 101-152 PDF
1.5 Thermodynamic Aspects of Energy
Ibrahim Dincer and Calin Zamfirescu, pp 153-211 PDF
1.6 Exergy
Ibrahim Dincer, pp 212-264 PDF
1.7 Energy and Exergy Efficiencies
Ibrahim Dincer, pp 265-339 PDF
1.8 Exergoeconomics
Pouria Ahmadi and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 340-376 PDF
1.9 Exergoenvironmental Analysis
Ibrahim Dincer, Marc A. Rosen and Maan Al-Zareer, pp 377-421 PDF
1.10 Heat Transfer Aspects of Energy
Ibrahim Dincer and Osamah Siddiqui, pp 422-477 PDF
1.11 Fluid Mechanics Aspects of Energy
Martin Agelin-Chaab, pp 478-520 PDF
Part B
1.12 Fossil Fuels
İlhami Yıldız, pp 521-567 PDF
1.13 Hydrogen Energy
Canan Acar and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 568-605 PDF
1.14 Hydro Energy
Zekâi Şen, pp 606-637 PDF
1.15 Solar Energy
İlhami Yıldız, pp 638-664 PDF
1.16 Wind Energy
Craig MacEachern and İlhami Yıldız, pp 665-701 PDF
1.17 Geothermal Energy
Ibrahim Dincer and Hasan Ozcan, pp 702-732 PDF
1.18 Ocean (Marine) Energy
Yuanrui Sang, Hayrettin Bora Karayaka, … David Souders, pp 733-769 PDF
1.19 Biomass Energy
Chunbao (Charles) Xu, Baoqiang Liao, … Madhumita B. Ray, pp 770-794 PDF
1.20 Nuclear Energy
Sümer Şahin and Hacı Mehmet Şahin, pp 795-849 PDF
1.21 Food and Energy
İlhami Yıldız and Craig MacEachern, pp 850-874 PDF
1.22 Biofuels
Yaşar Demirel, pp 875-908 PDF
1.23 Energy and Air Pollution
Zhihua Wang, pp 909-949 PDF
1.24 Energy and Water Pollution
Liu Yu and İlhami Yıldız, pp 950-979 PDF
1.25 Energy and Solid Wastes
Farshad Khademi and İlhami Yıldız, pp 980-1020 PDF
1.26 Energy Law and Emerging Legal Issues
Asena Cansu Yildiz, pp 1021-1041 PDF
1.27 Life Cycle Assessment of Energy
Ibrahim Dincer and Yusuf Bicer, pp 1042-1084 PDF
1.28 Energy Optimization
Pouria Ahmadi and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 1085-1143 PDF
1.29 Energy Innovation
Zekâi Şen, pp 1144-1198 PDF
1.30 Future Energy Directions
Canan Acar and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 1199-1214 PDF
1.31 Concluding Remarks
İlhami Yıldız, pp 1215-1231 PDF

Volume 2: Energy Materials
2.1 Ammonia
Ibrahim Dincer and Yusuf Bicer, pp 1-39 PDF
2.2 Carbonaceous Materials
Yinghuai Zhu, Shanmin Gao and Narayan Hosmane, pp 40-71 PDF
2.3 Boron
Prabhuodeyara M. Gurubasavaraj, Shanmin Gao and Narayan Hosmane, pp 72-87 PDF
2.4 Thin Films
Franco Gaspari, pp 88-116 PDF
2.5 PV Materials
Franco Gaspari and Simone Quaranta, pp 117-149 PDF
2.6 Dye-Sensitized Materials
Yun Hang Hu and Wei Wei, pp 150-181 PDF
2.7 Porous Materials
Seda Keskin Avci and Ilknur Erucar, pp 182-203 PDF
2.8 Magnetic Materials
R.K. Kotnala and Jyoti Shah, pp 204-234 PDF
2.9 Composite Materials
Sergio Oller, Sergio A. Oller Aramayo, … Xavier Martinez, pp 235-265 PDF
2.10 Semiconductors
Franco Gaspari, pp 266-302 PDF
2.11 Superconductors
Prabal P.S. Bhadauria, Anurag Gupta, … Anant V. Narlikar, pp 303-328 PDF
2.12 Electrolytic Materials
Murat Farsak and Gülfeza Kardaş, pp 329-367 PDF
2.13 Solvent Materials
Nezihe Ayas, pp 368-395 PDF
2.14 Latent Heat Storage Systems
Yeliz Konuklu, Nurten Şahan and Halime Paksoy, pp 396-434 PDF
2.15 Refrigerants
Ibrahim Dincer, pp 435-474 PDF
2.16 Catalysts
Ahmet K. Avci and Z. Ilsen Önsan, pp 475-523 PDF
2.17 Photoactive Materials
Canan Acar and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 524-572 PDF
2.18 Hydrides
Robert A. Varin, pp 573-592 PDF
2.19 Solid Oxides
Sabit Horoz and Omer Sahin, pp 593-628 PDF
2.20 Batteries
Hui (Claire) Xiong, Eric J. Dufek and Kevin L. Gering, pp 629-662 PDF
2.21 Supercapacitors
Liang Chang and Yun Hang Hu, pp 663-695 PDF
2.22 Piezoelectric Materials
Mehmet Sunar, pp 696-719 PDF
2.23 Pyroelectric Materials
Vincent Ming Hong Ng, Ling Bing Kong, … Tianshu Zhang, pp 720-759 PDF
2.24 Insulation Materials
Brock Conley, Cynthia A. Cruickshank and Christopher Baldwin, pp 760-795 PDF
2.25 Hydrophobic Materials
Bekir S. Yilbas, Haider Ali, … Abdullah Al-Sharafi, pp 796-831 PDF
2.26 Dust Repellent Materials
Bekir S. Yilbas, Ghassan Hassan and Abdullah Al-Sharafi, pp 832-880 PDF
2.27 CO2 Capturing Materials
Tugba Davran-Candan, pp 881-912 PDF
2.28 Anti-Corrosive Materials
Bekir S. Yilbas, Ihsan-ul-Haq Toor and Abdullah Al-Sharafi, pp 913-943 PDF
2.29 Desulfurization Materials
Mashallah Rezakazemi and Zhien Zhang, pp 944-979 PDF
2.30 Novel Building Materials
Claudia Fabiani, Anna L. Pisello and Halime Paksoy, pp 980-1017 PDF
2.31 Material Recycling
Omer Sahin and Yavuz Kirim, pp 1018-1042 PDF
2.32 Future Directions in Energy Materials
Ibrahim Dincer and Canan Acar, pp 1043-1059 PDF
2.33 Concluding Remarks
Canan Acar and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 1060-1070 PDF

Volume 3: Energy Production
3.1 Hydrogen Production
Canan Acar and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 1-40 PDF
3.2 Ammonia Production
Ibrahim Dincer and Yusuf Bicer, pp 41-94 PDF
3.3 Mitochondrial Energy Production
Bahar Hazal Yalçınkaya, Seda Genç, … Bayram Yılmaz, pp 95-125 PDF
3.4 Renewable Energy Production
Ibrahim Dincer and Muhammad F. Ezzat, pp 126-207 PDF
3.5 Solar Energy Production
Ibrahim Dincer and Muhammad F. Ezzat, pp 208-251 PDF
3.6 Geothermal Energy Production
Ibrahim Dincer and Muhammad F. Ezzat, pp 252-303 PDF
3.7 Hydro Energy Production
Zekâi Şen, pp 304-334 PDF
3.8 Ocean (Marine) Energy Production
Ibrahim Dincer, Marc A. Rosen and Farrukh Khalid, pp 335-379 PDF
3.9 Piezoelectric Energy Production
João Nunes-Pereira, Pedro Costa and Senentxu Lanceros-Mendez, pp 380-415 PDF
3.10 Electrochemical Energy Production
Ibrahim Dincer, Marc A. Rosen and Maan Al-Zareer, pp 416-469 PDF
3.11 Chemical Energy Production
Ibrahim Dincer, Marc A. Rosen and Maan Al-Zareer, pp 470-520 PDF
3.12 Microbial Energy Production
Fatih Ş Beriş and Şengül Alpay-Karaoğlu, pp 521-537 PDF
3.13 Fusion Energy Production
Yican Wu and Sümer Şahin, pp 538-589 PDF
3.14 Fission Energy Production
Sümer Şahin and Yican Wu, pp 590-637 PDF
3.15 Neuronal Energy Production
Bahar Hazal Yalçınkaya, Seda Genç, … Bayram Yılmaz, pp 638-672 PDF
3.16 Thermal Energy Production
Ibrahim Dincer, Marc A. Rosen and Farrukh Khalid, pp 673-706 PDF
3.17 Photonic Energy Production
Ibrahim Dincer and Yusuf Bicer, pp 707-754 PDF
3.18 Energy Production From Oil Sands
Jennifer Charry-Sanchez, Alberto Betancourt-Torcat and Ali Almansoori, pp 755-787 PDF
3.19 Energy Production From Coal
Gulhan Ozbayoglu, pp 788-821 PDF
3.20 Concluding Remarks
Adnan Midilli, pp 822-828 PDF

Volume 4: Energy Conversion
Part A
4.1 The Role of Energy Conversion
Shahid Islam and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 1-39 PDF
4.2 Heat Exchangers
Almıla G. Yazıcıoğlu, Selin Aradağ, … Sadık Kakaç, pp 40-69 PDF
4.3 Heat Pipes
Hussam Jouhara, pp 70-97 PDF
4.4 Heat Pumps
Arif Hepbasli, pp 98-124 PDF
4.5 Heat Engines
Ibrahim Dincer and Ahmed Hasan, pp 125-168 PDF
4.6 Stirling Engines
Ramla Gheith, Houda Hachem, … Sassi Ben Nasrallah, pp 169-208 PDF
4.7 Gas Turbine Cycles
Ibrahim Dincer and Murat E. Demir, pp 209-263 PDF
4.8 Steam and Organic Rankine Cycles
Ibrahim Dincer and Murat E. Demir, pp 264-311 PDF
4.9 Combined Energy Conversion Systems
Ibrahim Dincer and Murat E. Demir, pp 312-363 PDF
4.10 Integrated Gasification Combined Cycles
Murat Ozturk and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 364-473 PDF
4.11 Geothermal Energy Conversion
Murat Ozturk and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 474-544 PDF
4.12 Hydropower Conversion
Zekâi Şen, pp 545-572 PDF
4.13 Magnetic Energy Conversion
Ercüment Yüzüak, Gizem Durak Yüzüak, … Yalçın Elerman, pp 573-597 PDF
4.14 Electromechanical Energy Conversion
Ahmet Cansiz, pp 598-635 PDF
Part B
4.15 Solar Cells
Mehmet Kazici, Sinem Bozar, … Serap Günes, pp 637-658 PDF
4.16 Solar Ponds
Ibrahim Dincer and Arda Yapicioglu, pp 659-691 PDF
4.17 Solar Tower Systems
Reiner Buck and Peter Schwarzbözl, pp 692-732 PDF
4.18 Solar Fuels
Christos Agrafiotis, Martin Roeb and Christian Sattler, pp 733-761 PDF
4.19 PV-Based Energy Conversion Systems
Ibrahim Dincer and Yusuf Bicer, pp 762-793 PDF
4.20 Thermoelectric Energy Conversion
Kok S. Ong, Liben Jiang and Koon C. Lai, pp 794-815 PDF
4.21 Photoelectrochemical Energy Conversion
Ibrahim Dincer and Yusuf Bicer, pp 816-855 PDF
4.22 Electrochemical Energy Conversion
Ibrahim Dincer and Yusuf Bicer, pp 856-894 PDF
4.23 Solar Thermochemical Energy Conversion
Ibrahim Dincer and Yusuf Bicer, pp 895-946 PDF
4.24 Hydrogen Energy Conversion Systems
Canan Acar and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 947-984 PDF
4.25 Electrolyzers
Ibrahim Dincer and Abdullah A. AlZahrani, pp 985-1025 PDF
4.26 Plasma Gasification Energy Conversion Systems
Alexandr B. Ustimenko and Vladimir E. Messerle, pp 1026-1064 PDF
4.27 Pyrolysis Energy Conversion Systems
Panagiotis Grammelis, Nikolaos Margaritis and Dimitrios-Sotirios Kourkoumpas, pp 1065-1106 PDF
4.28 Fundamentals of Fuel Cell Technologies
Can O. Colpan, Yagmur Nalbant and Mustafa Ercelik, pp 1107-1130 PDF
4.29 Bioenergy Conversion
Jale Çatak, Ayşe S. Semerciöz, … Mustafa Özilgen, pp 1131-1158 PDF
4.30 District Energy Conversion Systems
Murat Ozturk and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 1159-1233 PDF
4.31 Concluding Remarks
Haydar Küçük and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 1234-1244 PDF

Volume 5: Energy Management
5.1 Energy Auditing
Amine Allouhi, Ali Boharb, … Abdelmajid Jamil, pp 1-44 PDF
5.2 Energy Conservation
Yaşar Demirel, pp 45-90 PDF
5.3 Waste Energy Management
Yildiz Kalincı and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 91-133 PDF
5.4 Energy Reliability and Management
Alessia Arteconi and Kenneth Bruninx, pp 134-165 PDF
5.5 Exergy Management
Ibrahim Dincer, Marc A. Rosen and Maan Al-Zareer, pp 166-201 PDF
5.6 Energy Management Softwares and Tools
Khizir Mahmud, Danny Soetanto and Graham E. Town, pp 202-257 PDF
5.7 Energy Quality Management
Hai Lu, Jianyong Chen and Li Guo, pp 258-314 PDF
5.8 Sustainable Energy Management
Tahir Abdul Hussain Ratlamwala and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 315-350 PDF
5.9 Optimization in Energy Management
Pouria Ahmadi and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 351-388 PDF
5.10 Wireless Technologies in Energy Management
Imran Amin and Atif Saeed, pp 389-422 PDF
5.11 Smart Energy Management
Kaile Zhou and Shanlin Yang, pp 423-456 PDF
5.12 Energy Management in Smart Cities
Paris A. Fokaides, Rasa Apanaviciene and Egle Klumbyte, pp 457-473 PDF
5.13 Smart Grid Energy Management
Konark Sharma and Lalit Mohan Saini, pp 474-536 PDF
5.14 Patterns Recognition in Energy Management
Adonias M.S. Ferreira, Carlos A.M.T. Cavalcante, … Jorge E.S. Marambio, pp 537-580 PDF
5.15 Energy Management in Network Systems
Humera Rafique, pp 581-647 PDF
5.16 Energy Management in Data Centers
Sameh A. Nada, pp 648-706 PDF
5.17 Energy Management in Wind Energy Systems
Eftichios Koutroulis, pp 707-741 PDF
5.18 Energy Management in Geothermal Energy Systems
Francesco Calise, Adriano Macaluso, … Laura Vanoli, pp 742-777 PDF
5.19 Energy Management in Ocean Energy Systems
Faraz Junejo, Atif Saeed and Sarmad Hameed, pp 778-807 PDF
5.20 Energy Management in University Campuses
Dionysia Kolokotsa, Junjing Yang and Lee Siew Eang, pp 808-826 PDF
5.21 Energy Management in Hospitals
Fabrizio Ascione, Nicola Bianco, … Giuseppe P. Vanoli, pp 827-854 PDF
5.22 Energy Management in Hotels
Shiming Deng and Wilco Chan, pp 855-867 PDF
5.23 Energy Management in District Energy Systems
Tahir Abdul Hussain Ratlamwala and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 868-895 PDF
5.24 Sectoral Energy and Exergy Management
Ibrahim Dincer and Muhammad F. Ezzat, pp 896-926 PDF
5.25 Concluding Remarks
Tahir Abdul Hussain Ratlamwala and Ibrahim Dincer, pp 927-934 PDF