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This book is a comprehensive overview of technologies for hydrogen production, storage, transportation and utilization.
The Hydrogen Economy
Jeremy Rifkin "Rifkin's international bestseller The Hydrogen Economy presents the clearest, most comprehensive case for moving ourselves away from the destructive and waning years of the oil era toward a new kind of energy regime. Hydrogen-one of the most abundant substances in the universe-holds the key, Rifkin argues, to a cleaner, safer, and more sustainable world." -Editor amazon.com
Our Future Is Hydrogen: Energy, Environment, and Economy
Robert Siblerud "Our Future is Hydrogen!' is a book that gives our planet Earth hope by providing a solution to global warming and dwindling fossil fuels. Both the automobile and oil industries have realized that hydrogen will be the energy of the future, beliefs held by many politicians and world governments. The book describes the need for alternative energy and explains hydrogen's history, properties, safety, applications, and current status. It shows why hydrogen is the best of alternative fuels." -Editor amazon.com
PEM FUEL CELLS
Frano Barbir "Until now, there has been little written about this important technology. This book lays the groundwork for fuel cell engineers, technicians and students. It covers the fundamental aspects of fuel cell design, electrochemistry of the technology, heat and mass transport, system design and applications to bring this technology to professionals at all levels." -Elsevier Science and Technology Books elsevier.com
An End to Global Warming
Laurence Williams "In An End to Global Warming, Laurence O. Williams expounds on the benefits and advantages of the Fusion Hydrogen Energy System in a most convincing manner. I strongly recommend this book to all those interested in the establishment of a clean and sustainable energy system for the planet earth - the only one known to be hospitable to life." -Dr. N. Veziroglu amazon.com
Tomorrow's Energy:Hydrogen,Fuel Cells,and Prospects for a Cleaner Planet
Peter Hoffmann "Editor of The Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Letter and author of The Forever Fuel: The Story of Hydrogen, Hoffmann chronicles the worldwide progression of hydrogen energy from a niche market to a viable commercial product." -Library Journal amazon.com
Solar Hydrogen Civilization
Roy McAlister A great book by a great man!... Roy (McAlister) is an expert in Inorganic, Organic, Electro, Thermal, and Bio Chemistry, Newtonian and Quantum Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Material Science and Advanced Composites. He is an expert who writes... knowledgepublications.com
Fuel Cell Engines
Matthew M. Mench Fuel Cell Engines is an introduction to the fundamental principles of electrochemistry, thermodynamics, kinetics, material science and transport applied specifically to fuel cells. It covers scientific fundamentals and provides a basic understanding that enables proper technical decision-making. The fundamentals are applicable to all fuel cell systems, but special focus is given to polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells. amazon.com
Carbon Nanomaterials in Clean Energy Hydrogen Systems
Baranowski, B.; Zaginaichenko, S.Y.; Schur, D.; Skorokhod, V.; Veziroglu, A. (Eds.) The energy arteries of the corporate body of mankind are still fed
mainly by fossil fuels; but they are in danger of running dry soon
unless new energy sources are made available.
One of the most important as well as the most ecologically pure
power source is hydrogen, that constitutes the heart of hydrogen power
engineering and considered as a future alternative to fossil power
Fuel Cells: Problems and Solutions
Vladimir S. Bagotsky
ECS Publications is proud to announce the publication of a new monograph, Fuel Cells: Problems and Solutions, written by Vladimir S. Bagotsky. With hundreds of new developments and applications in fuel cells reported every month, this publication could not be timelier. Written for a broad audience, Fuel Cells: Problems and Solutions lets the reader understand what fuel cells do, how they do it, and discusses their role in the global economy. Readers will not only discover the great potential of fuel cells to solve a tremendous array of problems, but will also learn the key challenges in fuel cell development and commercialization that researchers are seeking to overcome. electrochem.org
Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Fergus, Hui, Li, Wilkinson, Zhang
Improving SOFC Performance for a Future in Viable Energy: With contributions from international scientists active in SOFC research, this volume provides state-of-the-art information for the selection and development of materials for improved SOFC performance. It describes current materials, future advances in materials, and significant technical problems that remain unresolved. The book covers electrolytes, anodes, and cathodes as well as interconnects and sealants, which are two supporting components of the fuel cell stack. Addressing essential issues involved in materials processing for SOFC applications, such as the microstructure of the component layers and the processing methods used to fabricate the microstructure, this volume will soon become a valued addition to any chemical engineer's library. crcpress.com
Hydrogen Fuel: Production, Transport, and Storage
Ram B. Gupta Hydrogen Revolution From hydrogen production, to purification, storage, transport, safety, codes, and carbon dioxide sequestration... this comprehensive resource covers all the key aspects of the quickly emerging hydrogen economy. crcpress.com
The Hydrogen Economy: Opportunities and Challenges
Michael Ball and Martin Wietschel
As most of us agree, Hydrogen Energy System is the permanent solution to the depletion of the fossil fuels and the global environmental problems caused by their utilization. The subject matter book is a timely publication presenting the opportunities and challenges for the Hydrogen Economy. I strongly recommend this excellent book to energy engineers, environmentalists and decision makers, as well as those interested in the future of humankind and the welfare of the planet earth.
T. Nejat Veziroglu President, International Association for Hydrogen Energy cambridge.org
How - and whether - hydrogen might contribute to a sustainable energy economy is one of the great imponderables of energy policy. The outcome depends on improving technological performance, lowering costs, gaining public acceptance and above all engineering systemic change. Don't look to this book - or any other book - for a prediction of the future. But if you want this complex problem untangled look no further. This book will tell you all you need to know about what we don't know. - Professor Jim Skea, Research Director, UK Energy Research Centre
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Interaction of Elements with Hydrogen and with Each Other
D.V. Schur, S. Yu Zaginaichenko, A. Veziroglu, T.N. Veziroglu and others
The periodic system of chemical elements of Mendeleyev is supplemented with data, which allow using it as an encyclopedic reference book. In addition to the information usually present in such tables, information is provided on the hydrogen compounds formed by each element. In addition, it allows you to quickly find the answer to the question with which chemical element the chemical element under investigation interacts and how. Each cell in this table contains a large amount of information obtained from the analysis of many reference books and monographs. The table will be useful not only for scientists working with hydrogen, but for all materials of scientists, chemists and physicists.
Hydrogen in Crystals
Z.A. Matysina, S.Yu. Zaginaychenko, D.V. Shchur, A. Veziroglu, T.N. Veziroglu, and others
The work is devoted to a theoretical study of phase transformations in metal hydrides having a different crystal structure, as well as to an experimental study of their hydrogen capacity.The solubility of interstitial elements, which can be hydrogen, nitrogen, boron and carbon in alloys, are calculated. Isotherms, isobars, isoplets, isosters of the solubility of the interstitial elements, as well as the mutual influence on the solubility of various interstitial elements have been studied. Comparison of the results of calculations with experimental data showed their qualitative agreement.Practical use of metal hydride systems is shown. The book in paper or in the electronic version can be obtained from: email@example.comа, firstname.lastname@example.org.