Energy for Rural and Island Communities III : Proceedings of the Third International Conference Held at Inverness, Scotland, September 1983Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2013Description: 1 online resource (483 p.)ISBN: 9781483161235Subject(s): Power resources -- Congresses | Renewable energy sources -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Energy for Rural and Island Communities III : Proceedings of the Third International Conference Held at Inverness, Scotland, September 1983DDC classification: 333.79/09173/4 | 333.79091734 LOC classification: TJ163.15 .E5333 1984Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Front Cover; Energy for Rural and Island Communities III; Copyright Page; Preface; Sponsors; Table Of Contents; PART 1: TOPIC A Energy and Development; Chapter 1. Energy for the Poor World; INTRODUCTION; REDUCING OIL CONSUMPTION; FORESTRY AND ENERGY CONSERVATION; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; Chapter 1. Experience in New Zealand with Small Scale Energy Systems Applicable to Rural and Island Communities; ABSTRACT; KEY WORDS; INTRODUCTION; NEW ZEALAND'S ENERGY RESOURCE BASE; THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR; THE TRANSPORTATION SECTOR; THE FISHING SECTOR; THE DOMESTIC SECTOR; BARRIERS TO SMALL SCALE SYSTEMS
SUMMING UPREFERENCES; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; Chapter 2. Viable Energy Developments for Highl and and Maritime Regions; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; THE COST OF IMPROVING ENERGY EFFICIENCY; FREE ENERGY NEEDS IN SCOTLAND; SCOTTISH ENERGY RESOURCES; STATUS OF RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES; SELECTING THE BEST INVESTMENTS; REALISATION OF ENERGY TRANSITION; REFERENCES; Chapter 3. Renewable Energy in Danish Villages and Rural Areas; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; HEAT SUPPLY PLANNING IN DENMARK; A MANUAL FOR LOCAL ENERGY PLANNERS; THE SPACE HEATING IN AREA IV; THE PRESENT SITUATION; REFERENCES
Chapter 4. Biogas Production and Utilization in Italian Agriculture: Technical, Economic and Environmental ResultsABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; Chapter 5. Designing Approach and Energy Analysis of a Wind-driven Cooling Unit; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; PROBLEM ANALYSIS; DESIGNING METHODOLOGY; EXPERIMENTAL SIMULATION; RESULTS AND DISCUSSION; CONCLUSION; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; REFERENCES; Chapter 6. Integrated Energy Supply Concept for Fernando de Noronha; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INFRASTRUCTURE AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY POTENTIALS; SYSTEM DESIGN AND TESTING; SIMULATION PROGRAM; SUMMARY
Chapter 7. Implementation of a Solar Pumpin a Remote Village in India: Economical and Socio-cultural Consequences. Three Years of Working ExperienceABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; SOLAR ENERGY; THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PUMP; CONCLUSION: DEVELOPMENT ""BY INDUCTION""; EDITORS1 NOTE; Chapter 8. Appropriate Biotechnology for Rural Communities in the Developing Countries; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; THE INTERNATIONAL SCENE; BIOTECHNOLOGY OPTIONS; CONCLUSION; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; REFERENCES; Chapter 9. Production of Animal and Vegetable Proteins:an Integrated Approach; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS
I INTRODUCTIONII ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS FOR PROTEIN PRODUCTION; IV DESCRIPTION OF EXPERIMENTAL UNITS; V EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS; REFERENCES; Chapter 10. Large Development Projects: the Egyptian-Italian RenewableEnergy Settlement - a Working Example; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS; INTRODUCTION; THE EIRES PROJECT; GENERAL ENERGY ANALYSIS (Preliminary Estimation; ENGINEERING AMD PROJECT MANAGEMENT OF LDP; ACKNOWLEDGMENT; REFERENCES; Part 2: TOPIC B:Wind Energy; Chapter 11. The Work of the North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board in the Field of Wind Turbine Generators; ABSTRACT; KEYWORDS
22 kW WIND TURBINE GENERATOR, SOUTH RONALDSAY, ORKNEY
Energy for Rural and Island Communities III contains the proceedings of the Third International Conference held at Inverness, Scotland, in September 1983. <br>The book is organized into 10 parts, separating the same number of topics in the field of energy for rural and island communities, particularly, energy and development; wind energy; photovoltaic systems; and solar energy. The text also covers wave energy, hydro power, biofuels, and geothermal energy. Energy in transport sector and the Energy Act Workshop are also described.
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