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Introduction to Energy Essentials

Insight into Nuclear, Renewable, and Non-Renewable Energies

; Patrick McDaniel

Energy managers need to learn new and diverse ways to approach energy management in their company's assets as technology continues to evolve. Built into one cohesive and fundamental resource, Introduction to Energy Essentials: Insight into Nuclear, Renewable, and Non-Renewable Energies delivers an informative tool to understand the main steps for introducing and maintaining an energy management system (EnMS). Les mer
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Energy managers need to learn new and diverse ways to approach energy management in their company's assets as technology continues to evolve. Built into one cohesive and fundamental resource, Introduction to Energy Essentials: Insight into Nuclear, Renewable, and Non-Renewable Energies delivers an informative tool to understand the main steps for introducing and maintaining an energy management system (EnMS). Starting with a high-level introduction, the reference then takes a structured approach and dives into different sources of energy along with their contribution to energy efficiency, focusing on nuclear power, renewable and non-renewable energies. Multiple options are further discussed including economic considerations and cost comparisons per energy source, energy storage technology, and how to introduce an energy management system into your company. More advanced topics include nuclear reactor power plant systems and their thermal hydraulic analysis as well as cyber resiliency for future electric power and well plant control systems. Authored by experts, Introduction to Energy Essentials: Insight into Nuclear, Renewable, and Non-Renewable Energies gives today's energy managers and engineers a solid starting point to meeting the energy demands of today and in the future.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Population Growth Driving Energy Demand 2. Nuclear Power Plant History from Past to Present and Future 3. Nuclear Energy Research and Development Roadmap and Pathways 4. Small Modular Reactors and a Modern Power Conversion Approach 5. Thermonuclear Fusion Reaction Driving Electrical Power Generation 6. Electrical Power Generation Energy Sources 7. Electricity Production and Renewable Source of Energy, Economics 8. Energy Storage Technologies and Their Role in Renewable Integration 9. Energy Insight: An Energy Essential Guide 10. Heat Pipe Driving Heat Transfer 11. Thermodynamic Systems 12. Thermal Hydraulic Analysis of Nuclear Reactors 13. Energy Storage Driving Renewable Energy 14. Cyber Resilience and Future of Electric Power System

Appendix A. Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) Cycle B. Cumulative Sum Control Chart (CUSUM) C. Basic of Heat Transfer D. Permafrost Phenomena E. Glossary

Om forfatteren

Dr. Bahman Zohuri is currently an Adjunct Professor in Artificial Intelligence Science at Golden Gate University, San Francisco California, while he also is Research Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of New Mexico at Albuquerque. He is also consulting through his own consulting company that he stared himself in 1991. He has also been a consultant at Sandia National Laboratory after leaving the United States Navy. Dr. Zohuri earned his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Physics from the University of Illinois and his second Master degree in Mechanical Engineering as well as his Doctorate in Nuclear Engineering from University of New Mexico. He has been awarded three patents and has published more than 40 textbooks and numerous other journal publications. Dr. Patrick McDaniel is currently Research Professor in the Department of Nuclear Engineering, University of New Mexico. Dr. McDaniel began his career as a pilot and maintenance officer in the U.S. Air Force. After leaving the Air Force and obtaining his doctorate at Purdue University, he worked at Sandia National Laboratories. He left Sandia to become the technical leader for Phillips Laboratory's (which became part of the Air Force Research Laboratory) Satellite Assessment Center. Having taught at the University of New Mexico in the Graduate Nuclear engineering program for 25 years, when he retired from Sandia in early 2009, he joined the faculty at the University of New Mexico full time. Dr. McDaniel holds a PhD in Nuclear Engineering from Purdue University, an MS in Resource Management from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, an MS from CalTech in Mechanical Engineering, and a BS in Engineering Science from the USAF Academy.