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Advances in Solar Energy

An Annual Review of Research and Development

  • Karl W. Böer

Part of the Advances in Solar Energy book series (AISE, volume 5)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. Yoshihiro Hamakawa, Hiroaki Okamoto
    Pages 1-98
  3. Carl M. Lampert
    Pages 99-169
  4. J. O’M Bockris, B. Dandapani, J. C. Wass
    Pages 171-305
  5. D. M. Dodge, R. W. Thresher
    Pages 306-359
  6. Noam Lior
    Pages 360-401
  7. Donald Watson
    Pages 402-438
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 439-451

About this book

Introduction

Advances in Solar Energy, now in its fifth year, is continuing with topics of the main field of solar energy conversion. However, because of the increasing interest in a solar systems approach, we have decided to include the article of Bockris et al., on Hydrogen Technology, which offers interesting aspects of transport and storage of solar energy, as well as the potential for a versatile fuel. The other articles cover the field of photovoltaics, solar energy-related mate­ rials, wind conversion, solar retrofitting of existing buildings, and new architectural designs in harmony with climate and the comfort of all occupants. These articles give a critical assessment of the present state of the art, and provide a long list of literature for further in-depth studies. I greatly appreciate the assistance of the Editors and referees of the articles for their many constructive suggestions. My special thanks go to Ms. Martha Hobbs for her dedicated work in typesetting the manuscript in the University of Delaware's Publication Office, and to the University of Delaware for their continued support. The accommodating help from Plenum Press and its production staff deserves our grateful acknowledgement.

Keywords

Antriebsstrang Generator Potential Substrat electronics hydrogen solar energy transmission wind

Editors and affiliations

  • Karl W. Böer
    • 1
  1. 1.University of DelawareNewarkUSA

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