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1992. Renewable Energy: Technology and the Environment. Volume 5: Related Topics, edited by Sayigh, A. A. M.

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Includes the following papers:
1. Integrated resource planning by Professor Frank Kreith, National Conference of State Legislatures, Denver, Colorado, USA
2. Electricity from Geothermal Energy: 88 Years of Production by Professor Enrico Barbier, CNR, Pisa, Italy
3. Wave Energy Prospects and Prototypes by Dr. Les Duckers, Coventry Polytechnic, UK
4. A New Power Base: Renewable Energy Technologies in Developing Countries: A New Approach for Successful Diffusion by Prof. Federico Butera, Facolta di Architectura, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy
5. Harnessing the Tax System to Benefit Alternative Energy by Prof. Richard A. Westin, Law Centre, University of Houston, Houston, USA
6. Energy-Meteorology: A New Discipline by L. E. Olsson, World Meteorological Organization, WMO, Geneva, Switzerland
7. Development Energy and Environment: A Long Term Prospective by B. Dessus, and F. Pharabod, CNRS/PIRSEM, Paris, France
8. Solar Energy Education-An Important Part of Worldwide Solar Energy by Prof. Lars Broman, SERC, Borlange, Sweden
9. Renewable Energy Education in Developing Countries: Indian Scenario by Prof. H. P. Garg and T. G. Kandpal, IIT, Delhi, India
10. Solar Hydrogen - Why, Potential, When by Dr. J. Gretz, CEC, Joint Research Centre, Ispra Establishment, Ispra, Italy
11. The Wave Energy Potential and Programme of Norway by Professor J. Falnes, Physics Dept., Technical University of Trondheim, Trondheim, Norway
12. Renewable Energy Programme of the Netherlands by C.W.J. Van Koppen, Technische Universiteit, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
13. Sky Brightness During Twilight, Model and Measurements by Rodolfo Guzzi, IMGA-CNR, Modena, Italy
14. Solar Instrumentation Used in Meteorology by Inge Dirmhirm, Universitat fuer Bodenkultur, Institut fuer Meteorologie und Physik, Wien, Austria
15. Monitoring Solar Insolation at Gabarone with a Device Which Incorporates A High Performance Solar Cell as a Detector by J. H. Prah, Physics Dept., University of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana
16. A Model to Estimate Radiation on Horizontal and Inclined Surfaces for Malaysia by A. Zain-Ahmed & M. M. Salleh and M. N. Dalimin, Dept. of Engineering Science, School of Engineering, Mara Institute of Technology, Shah Alam, Selangor D. E., Malaysia
17. The Spectrum of the Solar Global Radiation on Horizontal Surfaces in Polluted and Pure Air Zones of Great Cairo by M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, A. H. Hassan and A. E. Ghettas, National Research Institute of Astronomy & Geophysics, Helwan - Cairo, Egypt
18. Self Acting System Tracking for Pyrheliometers by J. B. Novas de la Torre, J. Serrano, G. Petros, R. Posadillo, J. Luna and A. Alvarez de Sotomayor, aper. Departamento de Fisica Aplicada, Escuela Univ. Politecnica., Cordoba, Spain
19. Directly Coupled Turbine-Induction Generator Systems for Low-Cost Micro-Hydro Power by Nigel Smith, Electrical Engineering, Nottingham Polytechnics, Nottingham, UK
20. Hydropower in China's Energy System by Dr. Kurt Wiesegart, ABB Marketing and Vertrieb GmbH, Mannheim 1, Germany
21. The Utilisation of Genetic Algorithm for the Optimal Design of a Pneumatic Hydro-Power Device by I. C. Parmee and G. N. Bullock, Plymouth Polytechnic, South West Engineering Design Centre, Plymouth, Devon, UK
22. Field Experiments of a Wave Power Converter with Caisson Breakwater by H. Nakad, H. Ohneda, S. Takahashi, M. Shikamori and T. Nakazono, Coastal Development Institute of Technology, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan
23. Tidal Energy Potential Along Indian Coast by K. V. S. R. Prasad and V. R. Rao, Dept. of Meteorology & Oceanography, Andhra University, India
24. Towards a Prototype Floating Circular Claim Wave Energy Converter by L. J. Druckers, F. P. Lockett, B. W. Loughridge, A. M. Peatfield, M. J. West, and P. R. S. White, Dept. of Applied Physical Sciences, Coventry Polytechnic, Coventry, UK
25. Solar Energy Applications in Botswana Gaborone, by P. K. Jain, Dept. of Physics, University of Botswana, Botswana
26. Solar Energy in Botswana-The Importance of Correct Practices in the Adoption of New Technologies by R. Burton, S. Carlsson, and B. Mogotsi, The Botswana Tech. Centre, Gaborone, Botswana
27. Technical Potentials of Renewable Energies at the Example of a Bundesland in the Federal Republic of Germany by A. Wiese and M. Kaltschnitt, University of Stuttgard, Institut fur Energiewirtschaft und Rationalle Energieanwendung, Stuttgart, Germany
28. Solar Energy in Cyprus: Facts and Prospects by I. M. Michaelides, Dept. of Mech. Engineering, Higher Technical Institute, Nicosia, Cyprus
29. Sustainable Development in Indonesia: A Renewable Energy Perspective by R. Rozali and S. Albright, Jl., Ajudan Jendral 207 A. Bandung, Indonesia
30. The Renewable Energies in Tunisia by K. Guellouz, Director General Agence pour la Maitrise de l'Énergie-A.M.E, Montplaisir, Tunisia
31. Air Pollution Modification due to Energy Supply Diversification for Mexico in the Year 2000 by Manuel Martinez, Head, Laboratorio de Energia Solar, Unversidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Temixo, Morelos, Mexico
32. Will Hydrogen be a Major Fuel in the 21st Century? by Dr. Gustav R. Grob, CMDC, Zurich Switzerland
33. Hydrogen Production by Steam Gasification of Coal in a Moving Bed Using Nuclear Heat by S. El Issami and A. Belghit, Head of the Laboratory, Laboratoire de Mecanique, des Fluides et d'Énergetique, Dept. de Physique, Faculte des Sciences I, Marrakech, Morocco
34. Evolution of Hydrogen from Water over Zeolites by M. Momirlan, Institute of Physical Chemistry, Romanian Academy Bucharest, Romania
35. An Investigation About the KOH Contentration Effect on Hydrogen Purity by H. Sofrata and Y. Al-Saedi, Chairman of Thermal Dept. and Energy Information, Net-Work Dept., Energy Institute, Solar Energy Programs, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Tech., Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
36. Accumulation of Hydrogen in Metal Hydrides and Optimisation of Hydrogen Storage Tanks in Respect to Pressure Drop and Mechanical Tensions within Granular Bulks by I. Haas, Technical University of Berlin, Institute for Thermody and Reaktionstechnik, Berlin 12, Germany
37. Thermoelectric Generation, A Potential Source of Large Scale Electrical Power by David Michael Rowe, ELSYM, University of Wales College, Cardiff, UK
38. Electrolysis of Water Using Photovoltaic Systems by C. Alkan, Firat University, Faculty of Arts & Sciences, ELAZIG, Turkey
39. Renewable Energy, Economic Development and Eco-Agriculture for A Sustainable Future for Rural Areas of the World by D. R. Neill, S. H. Xu and Z. Guo, Hawaii-China-Asia Energy & Technology Corp., Ajea, Hawaii, USA
40. A Strategy to Reduce Greenhouse Gases Emissions in Italy by G. Silvestrini, CNR-IEREN, Palermo, Italy
41. Energy and Economic Development in Remote Regions - a case study by Alfredo Munoz, Pedro Maldonado, Universidad de Chile, Facultad de Ciencias Fisicas y Matermaticas, Departmento de Ing. Electgrica, Santiago, Chile
42. The Challenge and Prejudice Facing Renewable Energy Options by Bent Sorensen, ROSKILDE, Univ. Center. Institute for Mathematics and Physics, Roskilde, Denmark
43. The Impact of Energy Efficiency on Renewable Energy Options by Bent Sorensen, ROSKILDE, Univ. Center, Institute for Mathematics and Physics, Roskilde, Denmark
44. The Role of Renewable Energy Sources in the Finnish Energy Policy by Dr. John Nelson, FINNPOWER, The Finnish Foreign Trade Association, The Finnish Trade Centre, London, UK
45. Market Potential of Solar Energy Systems in Malaysia by M. Y. H. Othman, K. Sopian, and M. N. Dalimin, Dept. of Physics, Faculty of Physical and Appl. Sciences, University of Kebangsaan Malaysia, UKM Bangi, Malaysia
46. Large Scale Acceptance of Renewable Energy - a risk perspective by B. Harmsworth, Data Sciences, Farnborough, Hampshire, UK
47. Human Energy - Too Valuable to be Used Efficiently by R. A. Lambert, UEA-Norwich, University of East Anglia, School of Development Studies, Norwich, UK
48. A Solar Review: The Technologies at A Glance by J. A. Gregory, IT Power Ltd., The Warren, Eversley, Hants, UK
49. Climatic Variation in the North-East of the Iberian Peninsula by J. E. Seggara and J. J. Rivera, Dept. of Meteorology and Soil Science Univ. Politecnica de Catalunya, Polytechnic of Manresa, Manresa, Spain
50. Consequences of Climatic Variability to Design Methods by R. Aguiar, Department of Renewable Energies, LNETI, Lisboa, Codex, Portugal
51. The Estimate of Global and Diffuse Radiation at Quetta, Pakistan by S. Z Ilyas, S. M. Nasir and S. M. Raza, Department of Physics, University of Baluchistan, Quetta, Pakistan
52. Solar Radiation Availability in South-East of Romania by V. Badescu, Mecanica, Termotechnica, Polytechnic Institute of Bucarest, Bucarest, Romania
53. Solar Energy Radiation over Uyo (5 degrees 2' N, 7 degrees 50' E), Nigeria by N. M. Ekpo, Dept. of Physics, University of Uyo, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria
54. On the Random Measurements of Robitzsch Pyranographs by B. G. Akinoglu, Middle East Technical University, Department of Physics, Ankara, Turkey
55. A Meterological Model for Solar Engineering Applications by I. Farkas, Institute for Mathematics and Computer Sciences, University of Agricultural Sciences, Godollo, Hungary
56. Matching Silicon Cells and Thermopile Pyranometers Responses by L. Alados-Arboledos, Y. Castro-Diez, F. J. Battles, and J. I. Jimenez, Grupo de Fisica de la Atmosfera, Dpto, Fisica Aplicada, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Granada, Spain
57. Discretization of Solar Radiation for Solar Energy Applications by A. Adane and A. Maafi, Electronic Institute, Université des Sciences et de Technologie, Houari Boumediene, Alger, Algeria
58. Determination of Perez Solar Diffuse Irradiance Model Coefficients for Valencia (Spain) by V. Gomez, A. Casanovas, M. P. Utrillas, and J. Martinez Lozano, Dpto. de Termodinamica, Facultat de Fisica, Univ. de Valencia, (Valencia), Spain
59. Estimation of the Monthly Mean Hourly Solar Irradiation at Valencia (Spain): The Helios Model by J. Martinez Lozano, M. Utrillas, V. Gomez and A. Casanovas, Dpto. de Termodinamica, Facultat de Fisica, Univ. de Valenc.ia, Valencia, Spain
60. Regression Analysis and Bivariate Frequency Distributions of Daily Solar Radiation Data by Manuel Vazquez, Area de Maquinas y Motores Termicos, Departmento de Ingeneria Mecanica, ETS Ingenieros Industriales, Vigo, Spain
61. A General New Simple Relationship Between Solar Irradiation and Sun Height by F. J. Olmo, J. Vida, I. Foyo-Moreno, and J. I. Jimenez, Departamento de Fisica Aplicada, Universidad de Granada, Facultad de Ciencias, Granada, Spain
62. Dependence on Sunshine and Wavelength of the Ratio of Monthly Mean Hourly to Daily Global Radiation by Alfonso Soler and Rosa Ramirez, Universidad Politecnica, Escuela Tecnica Superior Ve Arquitecture, Madrid, Spain
63. Estimation of Monthly Mean Daily Values of Diffuse Radiation for Spain by K. K. Gopinathan and Alfonso Soler, Universidad Politecnica, Escuela Tecnica Superior Ve Arquitecture, Madrid, Spain
64. Quadratic Variation of Global Solar Radiation with Bright Sunshine Hours by B. G. Akinoglu, Middle East Technical University, Department of Physics, Ankara, Turkey
65. Simulation of Daily Global Horizontal Solar Irradiation by A First Order Tow State Markovian Process by A. Khtira, and J. Buret-Bahraoui, Laboratoire d'Energie Solaire, Faculte des Sciences, Rabat, Morocco
66. Comparison of Correlations for Estimation of Global Solar Radiation by S. K. Srivastava and O. P. Singh, Applied Sciences Department, Institute of Engineering & Technology, Lucknow, India
67. Analysis and Frequency Distribution of the Hourly and Daily Beam and Global Radiation Values for the Northern Negev Region of Israel by A. I. Kudish and A. Ianetz, Department of Chemical Engineering, Beer Sheva, Israel
68. Seasonal Partitioning of Data for Improved Estimation of Diffuse Radiation From Page's Correlation D/G=c+d G/Go by M. Hussain, Renewable Energy Research Centre, Faculty of Science, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh
69. New Correlations for Global Solar Radiation for Latitudes 40 degrees North - 40 degrees South by G. H. Singh, Guru Nanak Dev. University, Amritsar, Solar Energy Lab., Physics Department., Amritsar, India
70. Estimation of Global Irradiation in Dry Season from Evaporation Amounts by Sydney M. Chagwedera, Dept. of Science and Mathematics Education, University of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe
71. On the Utilization of Wave Energy for the Restoration of the Natural Coast Environment by H. Hotta, T. Miyazaki and Y. Washio, JAMSTEC, Japan Marine Sci. & Tech. Centre, Yokosuka, Japan
72. Optimum Design of the Darrieus-Type Cross Flow Water Turbine for Low Head Water Power by A. Furukawa, Y. Takamatsu, K. Okuma and K. Takenouchi, Furukawa Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Kyushu University, Higashi-ku, Fukuoaka, Japan
73. Application of the New Approach of Cost Analysis to Wave Power Extractor at Breakwaters by Hideo Kondo, I. Sugioka, Tomiji Watabe, Senji Osanai, and S. Ozawa, Muroran Institute of Technology, Muroran-Shi, P. R. Japan
74. A Study of Cross-Flow Turbine - Effects of Turbine Design Parameters on its Performance by H. Olgun and A. Ulku, Karadeniz Technical University, Mechanical Eng. Dept., Trabzon, Turkey
75. Running Centrifugal Pumps as Micro-Hydro Turbines: Performance Prediction Using the Area Ratio Method by J. D. Burton, and A. G. Mulugeta, Dept. of Engineering, University of Reading, Reading, UK
76. A Combined System of Renewable Energy for Grid Connected Advanced eCommunities by M. A. Alhusein, O. Abu-Leiyah, and G. Inayatullah, Faculty of Engineering Mutah University, Mutah - Karak, Jordan
77. Young Scientists in Renewable Energy: A Report on CHI-SEE'91 - Children's Solar Energy Exhibition by Sydney M. Chagwedera, Dept. of Science and Mathematics Education, University of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe
78. The Dominican Republic's Renewable Energy: Current Uses and Future Development by F. Perello-Aracena, Research Centre for Energy and Natural Resources (CEERN), Pontificia Univ. Catolica Madre y Maestra, Santiago, Dominican Republic
79. VICARIO Cycle for the Production of Hydrogen by the Thermolysis of H2O by E. C. O. Vicario, Aven Luigi Settembrini, Caserta, Italy
80. Hysteresis in the LaNi5-H2 System During Activation by S. L. Isaack, E. A. Karakish, H. I. Shaaban & S. H. Kandil, Atomic Energy Authority, Alexandria , Egypt
81. Application of Low Temperature Geothermal Energy on Hot Air Drying Agricultural Products and Choice of System Design Parameters Zhu Long-Huei, Xu Jing-Qiu and Ou Zhi-Yun, Guangzhou Institute of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou, China
82. Hydrogen Production and Utilisation in Zambia by A. Banda, National Energy Council, Lusaka, Zambia
83. "The Gravity" of the Earth is the "Clean Energy" which can't be used Up by Tuan Guoxing and Shi Pengfei, Baishqiao Road, Beijing, China
84. New Perspectives on Integrated Rural Energy Systems - A Blueprint for Renewable Indian Society by D. K. Dixit, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Visvesvarayua, Regional College of Engineering, Nagpur, India
85. Environmental Impact of Geothermal Resources: Examples from New Zealand by K. Nicholson, The Robert Gordon Institute of Technical Applied Sciences, Aberdeen, UK
86. On the Wider Use of Renewable Energy Systems in India - Some Specific Issues by M. Siddhartha Bhatt, S. Seetharamu and K. R. Krishnaswamy, Joint Director Central Power Research Inst. Bangalore, India
87. A Hybrid Power Supply Concept of the Pendulor Device by Tomiji Watabe, M. Fujiwara, M. Kuroi, K. Yaguchi and Hideo Kondo, Muroran Institute of Technology, Muroran-Shi, Japan
88. Current Trends in Renewable Energy Systems in India by M. Arumugam & S. Natarajan, College of Engineering, Anna University, Madras, India
89. Rolling Element Bearings for Renewable Energy and Intermediate Technologies by C. E. Oram, Development Technology Unit, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
90. Research of Geothermal Flowing Warm Water HIgh Density Anguilla Culturing Technology by Zhu De-Yan, Guanghou Institute of Energy Conservation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou, P. R. China
91. Oil Spill Recovery Technology by Joy Nash, William Cooper, Victor Nee and Hani Nigim, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering., Fitzpatrick Hall of Engineering, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, USA
92. Informatic System for Gestion of Meteorological Data by J. J. Rivera and J. E. Seggara, Dept. of Meteorology and Soil Science Univ. Politecnica de Catalunya, Polytechnic of Manresa, Manresa, Spain
93. Hierarchical Control of Multi-Area Nonlinear Stochastic System by F. H. Fahmi, National Research Centre, Electronics Research Institute, Cairo, Egypt
94. Energy Requirements for New Technologies Supplying Final Energy by N. Pucker and W. Schappacher, Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Graz, Graz, Austria
95. Clean Energy Applications in Developing Countries by J. K. Mensah, Energy Research Group Ghana, Tema, Ghana
96. Estimation of the Solar Irradiation at the Earth's Surface from Meteosat Satellite Data by A. Mechaqrane, M. Chaoui-Roquai, and J. Buret-Bahraoui, Laboratoire d'Énergie Solaire, Faculte des Sciences, Rabat, Morocco
97. The Role of the Italian Agro-Forestry System in Controlling the Carbon Dioxide and Methane Balance in Atmosphere by G. Barbera, T. La Mantia, and G. Silvestrini, CNR-IEREN, Palermo, Italy
98. An Approximate Expression for the Utilizability Function by Jadranka Vuletin, Petar Kulissic, Ivan Zulim, and Nenad Sikimic, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Split, Croatia
99. Management of Renewable Energy Systems at Village Level by Dilawar Singh, Gujarat Energy Development Agency, Vadodara, India
100. Evaluating Capacity Credits for Renewable Energy Technologies in Capacity Constrained Systems by M. Crosetti, RCG/Hagler, Bailly Inc., San Francisco, California, USA
101. New Outlook of the Basic Strategies for Solar Energy Use by D. C. Badea, Dept. of New Proceed. and Technical Institute of Food Chemistry, Bucharest, Romania
102. Self-Acting Systems Tracking for Pyrheliometers by J. R. Navas de la Torre, J. Serrano, G. Pedros, R. Posadillo, J. Luna and A. Alvarez de Sotomayor, Sch. Univ. Poly., Cordoba, Spain
103. Electrical Power for Isolated Communities: Load Specification and Control Strategies by P. D. Dunn and S. Gomez, Dept. of Engineering, University of Reading, Reading, UK
104. Asunchronous Machines for Use with Variable Speed Wind Turbines for Isolated Electrical Grids by P. D. Dunn and S. Gomez, Dept. of Engineering, University of Reading, Reading, UK

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