Scientific Library No. 54 – Konwersja i akumulacja energii. Wybrane zagadnienia. Wyzwania. Tom 1

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Series: Scientific Library No. 54
Author: Roman Domański
Title: Konwersja i akumulacja energii. Wybrane zagadnienia. Wyzwania. Tom 1
ISBN: 978-83-63539-61-0
Cover: paperback, glued binding
The year of publication: 2020
Publisher: Lukasiewicz Research Network – Institute of Aviation Publishing Houses
Quantity pages: 522
Language of publication: polish


Description: The book deals with a vital and up-to-date subject of energy conversion and accumulation, which is now widely approached in the world. This issue is developing and gaining importance due to the implementation of new energy technologies and the use of new fuels. The use of renewable sources is connected with the need to reduce environmental hazards. In the monograph, the author used his many years of research and teaching experience as well as the knowledge of energy conversion and accumulation processes accumulated over the years. The monograph is a compendium of contemporary knowledge on the subject presented in the title of the work. The study can be of interest not only to people directly related to the energy industry, but also to scientific and research environments from other disciplines. The book is a kind of a handbook for researchers, designers and exploiters of energy devices.

The CD contains a series of lectures on energy conversion and accumulation, and is an extension of the lectures in the form of audio Power Point presentations (over 40 hours of recordings). It contains 27 lectures on the following topics:

  • Introduction
  • Thermodynamics – basic knowledge
  • Heat transfer – selected issues
  • Atomic structure and radioactive transformations
  • The Sun as a source of energy
  • Energy resources of the world
  • Some energy forecasts
  • The efficiency of energy conversion
  • Energy accumulation and its place in the energy conversion processes, description of selected storage methods
  • Energy conversion in lasers
  • Fuel cells