ENDOREVERSIBLE THERMODYNAMICS OF SOLAR ENERGY CONVERSION PDF

In the present tutorial, solar energy conversion is described in the framework of endoreversible thermodynamics, i.e. a recently developed subset of irreversible. Endoreversible thermodynamics of solar energy conversion. Responsibility: Alexis de Vos ; illustrations by Jean Bekaert. Imprint: Oxford ; New York: Oxford. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Vos, Alexis de; Format: Book; xiii, p.: ill. ; 25 cm.

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The physical framework used to describe the various conversions is endoreversible thermodynamics, a recently developed subset of irreversible thermodynamics. Items which are printed to order are normally despatched and charged within days.

The present book describes various forms of solar energy conversion techniques in a unified way. It thus studies situations which are not in equilibrium and in which therefore entropy is continuously created. For irreversible conversion processes, the reader learns only that entropy production is positive and that conversion efficiency is lower than Carnot efficiency. Describe the connection issue. Part 2 The solar system: No entropy is created and conversion efficiencies are maximal, equal to the Carnot efficiency.

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Endoreversible Thermodynamics of Solar Energy Conversion – Alexis de Vos – Oxford University Press

For irreversible conversion processes, the reader learns only that entropy production is positive and that conversion efficiency is lower than the Carnot efficiency. Publication date Note Includes index. The Solar System 3. BookOnline – Google Books. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Nevertheless the mathematics is simple, because the authors consider only stationary situations. But how great the entropy creation is, and how low the efficiency, is usually not expressed.

Part 6 Photovoltaic conversion: You can view this on the NLA website.

Part 8 Multicolour conversion: For irreversible conversion processes, the reader learns only that entropy production is positive and that conversion efficiency is lower than the Carnot efficiency. Similar Items Expose des principes de la theorie mecanique de la chaleur et de ses applications principales [microform Oxford University Press on Demand- Science – pages.

Browse related items Start at call number: The book assumes an undergraduate level of physics knowledge and a farmiliarity with SI units. Endoreversible thermodynamics gives the opportunity to calculate explicit values for a broad class of these processes, including solar energy conversion, which is particularly suited to being described in this way. Cite this Email this Add to favourites Print this page. Van Koppen, Solar Energy.

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Can I get a copy? Machine derived contents note: But how great the entropy creation is, and how low convfrsion efficiency, is usually not expressed.

Physical description xiii, p. This book illustrates general principles using idealized models, and technological examples are presented only to compare reality with theory. Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview.

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This book aims to describe various forms conversuon solar energy conversion in a unified way. No differential equations are used. Members of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Maori communities are advised that this catalogue contains names and images of deceased people. The physical framework used to describe the various conversions is endoreversible thermodynamics – a recently developed subset of irreversible thermodynamics. See what’s been added to the collection in the current 1 2 3 4 5 6 weeks months years.