Renewable Energy and Sustainable Buildings [E-Book] : Selected Papers from the World Renewable Energy Congress WREC 2018 / edited by Ali Sayigh.
Sayigh, Ali, (editor)
1st edition 2020.
Cham : Springer, 2020
XVI, 1006 pages 600 illustrations, 508 illustrations in color (online resource)
englisch
9783030184889
10.1007/978-3-030-18488-9
Innovative Renewable Energy
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Table of Contents:
  • Part I. Chapter 1. Leading Role of ISESCO in the field of Renewable Energy and Promotion of the Concept of Green and Sustainable Cities in the Islamic World
  • Chapter 2. Energy Policies at Crossroads - Will Europe's 2030 targets and framework be in line with the Paris Climate Agreement?
  • Chapter 3. Field Test, Dynamic Simulation and Fatigue Analysis of a Small Wind Turbine Operating in a Highly Turbulent Environment
  • Chapter 4. Evaluation of Performance Losses and Degradation of Aged Crystalline-Si Photovoltaic Modules Installed in Minas Gerais (Brasil)
  • Chapter 5. Plug&Play: self-sufficient technological devices for outdoor spaces to mitigate the UHI effect
  • Chapter 6. Smart houses and regions as building blocks for 100% renewable energy globally
  • Chapter 7.Climate Change: An Overview of Potential Health Imapcts Associated With Climate Change Environmental Driving Forces
  • Chapter 8. Simultaneous clean water and power production from seawater using osmosis: process simulation and techno-economic analysis
  • Chapter 9. Cooling of PV Panels for Performance Enhancement of Grid-Connected Systems
  • Chapter 10. Plasmonic Coupling Enhanced Absorption and Fluorescence Emission in Thin Film Luminescent Solar Concentrator
  • Chapter 11. Addressing the Energy Challenges: Needs and Perspectives
  • Chapter 12. Architectural Education for Sustainability
  • Chapter 13. Dutch efforts towards sustainable schools
  • Chapter 14. Demand side energy flexibility management of office buildings
  • Chapter 15. Toward Green Building and Eco - Cities in UAE
  • Chapter 18. Optimizing building form for integration of solar photovoltaic in the design of a textile industry in Katsina, Nigeria
  • Chapter 19. Storage for Community Electricity: a comparison between batteries and mini Pumped Hydro
  • Chapter 20. Urban microclimate and thermal comfort in the modernist social housing districts of Rome: the combined effect of built form and urban materials
  • Chapter 21. Performance Improvement of Contra-Rotating Small Hydroturbine
  • Chapter 22. Performance Improvement of Contra-Rotating Small Hydroturbine
  • Chapter 23. Solar Power Satellites: Reconsideration as Renewable Energy Source Based on Novel Approaches
  • Chapter 24. Effects of mirror geometry on the optical efficiency of a Linear Fresnel Reflector (LFR)
  • Chapter 25. The energy transition in Morocco
  • Chapter 26. Energetic performance optimization of a H2O-LiBr absorption chiller powered by evacuated tube solar collector
  • Chapter 27. Design and construction of a small Standalone Wind Turbine using Scrap Materials
  • Chapter 28. Evolution of photovoltaic-thermal hybrid solar technology for the tropics: a case study of Malaysia
  • Chapter 29. Feasibility Study into Design, Development and Testing of an Indirect Multi-Rack Solar Dryer for Agricultural Products
  • Chapter 30. Production of hydrogen using solar powered electrolysis
  • Chapter 31. City of Sydney decentralized renewable energy master plan
  • Chapter 32. WorkShop "Smart Energy Cities and EU GCC Cooperation Opportunities" within the WREC 2018
  • Chatper 33. A pricing method for the electricity from renewables to be used after feed-in tariffs
  • Chapter 34. Disclosing the immaterial resilience of sustainable architecture for a new renovation processes of the inland Mediterranean areas
  • Chapter 35. Disclosing the immaterial resilience of sustainable architecture for a new renovation processes of the inland Mediterranean areas
  • Chapter 35. Application of DC-DC Boost Converter to Photovoltaic Pumping System
  • Chapter 36. The impact of dust's physical properties on photovoltaic modules outcomes
  • Chapter 37. Waste-to-energy solutions in Uppsala, Sweden
  • Chapter 38. Geo-climatic early-design tools and indicators
  • Chapter 39. New horizons for renewable energies in Morocco and Africa
  • Chapter 40. Developing energy control and optimisation methodology for built environment of the future
  • PArt II. Chapter 41. Performance Optimization of Concentrated Photovoltaic-Thermal (CPV-T) System Employing Phase Change Material (PCM) in hot Climate
  • Chapter 42. Assessment of habitants' thermal comfort through different treatments of flat rooftops in residential buildings
  • Chapter 43. Integrating Sustainability and Renewable Energy Systems with Architecture Form and Urban Design; Greening the Central District of Irbid, Jordan
  • Chapter 44. Abu Dhabi Schools: Optimization of Building Form for Energy Efficiency
  • Chapter 45. Efficiency of Micro-Structured Sunlighting Systems in Different Climatic Zones
  • Chapter 46. Tabu Search and Simplex Based Algorithm to Solve a Two-Stage Stochastic Hub-and-Spoke Network Problem
  • Chapter 47. Tabu Search and Simplex Based Algorithm to Solve a Two-Stage Stochastic Hub-and-Spoke Network Problem
  • Chapter 47. The Conflict between Aesthetics and Sustainability: Empowering Sustainable Architecture with Aesthetics to Enhance People's Lifestyle and Sustainable Behavior
  • Chapter 48. The influence of roof fenestration on daylight distribution in an atrium space under tropical sky conditions
  • Chapter 49. Techno-economic study of a biogas based Polygeneration plant for small dairy farms in central Bolivia
  • Chapter 50. How can reflected light modify solar gains in a compact urban district?
  • Chapter 51. Study of Corrosion effect of Micronal┬« Phase Change Materials (PCM) with different metal samples
  • Chapter 52. Metal Coordination Complexes: A Bottom-Up Approach Tailored TowardsSolar Energy Applications
  • Chapter 53. External quantum efficiency measurements and outdoor characterisation for PV Luminescent down shifting devices
  • Chapter 54. External quantum efficiency measurements and outdoor characterisation for PV Luminescent down shifting devices
  • Chapter 55. Gas fired heat pumps as a replacement for the condensing boiler
  • Chapter 56. Cross-border education in the field of renewable energies - using a dynamic simulation software
  • Chapter 57. A bi-fluid PV/T solar collector and its potential application in solar drying
  • Chapter 58.Utilization of biomass energy in cement production: a pathway towards sustainable infrastructure
  • Chapter 59. Blade Optimization of a Small Vertical Axis Wind Turbine using the Response Surface Method
  • Chapter 60. Enhancing energy utilisation in building with combining building integarted pv and air source heat pump for underfloor heating using phase change materials
  • Chapter 61. Climate Change Adaptation: Prioritising Districts for Urban Green Coverage to Mitigate High Temperatures and UHIE in Developing Countries
  • Chapter 62. Operational strategies for a large-scale horizontal-axis wind turbine during icing conditions
  • Chapter 63. Use of Phase Change Materials for Solar Systems Applications
  • Chapter 64. Quantum Dots Solar Cells in solar system to convert light into electricity
  • Chapter 65. Utilization of biomass energy in cement production: a pathway towards sustainable infrastructure
  • Chapter 66. Gender and Energy Challenges and Opportunities at the Grassroots
  • Chapter 68. Titanium Oxide Film Deposition by Low Power APS Equipment Using Air Working Gas and Rechargeable Lead Battery
  • Chapter 69. Economic and ecologic assessment of a biomass-based CHP system for a hotel resort on the Andaman Islands, India
  • Chapter 70. Renovabio opportunities and biofuels outlook in Brazil
  • Chapter 71.Improving the Performance of Cogeneration System in Sugar Factory by the Integration of Superheated Steam Dryer and Parabolic Trough Solar Collector
  • Chapter 72. Fermentable liquid energy carriers by microwave-assisted hydrothermal depolymerisation of several biomass carbohydrates
  • Chapter 73. Balancing Act: Transitioning to Renewables While Meeting Short-Term Resource Needs
  • Chapter 74. PV module temperature prediction at any environmental conditions and mounting configurations
  • Chapter 75. Potential of adsorption refrigeration system for off-grid cooling applications
  • Chapter 76. A Technical Evaluation of Performance Characteristics for Pump as Turbine Application
  • Chapter 77. Deposition of Porous Photo-catalytic TiO2 film for Dye Sensitized Solar Cells by Low Powered Atmospheric Plasma Spray Equipment
  • Chapter 78. Achievement of low energy buildings in high latitude countries through passive solar systems
  • Chapter 79. Advancements and Challenges Affecting Wind Turbine Implementation in the GCC Countries.