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Energy, Technology, and the Environment

By
Paul Ih-Fei Liu
Paul Ih-Fei Liu
Doctor of Engineering,
Technical University of Munich
,
Germany
Former lecturer at
University of Southern California
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ISBN-10:
0791802221
No. of Pages:
292
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2005

Most industrial processes are accompanied by waste heat; and because of environmental and economic concerns, the management of waste heat is being increasingly scrutinized. The major sources and dispersal methods for waste heat are discussed below, and then the environmental impacts of each cooling technique are considered. Cogeneration is included to illustrate the conversion of waste heat into useful energy. A numerical example of a condenser surface area calculation is shown at the end of the chapter.

Sources of Waste Heat
Waste Heat Dispersal Methods
Environmental Impacts of Various Cooling Techniques
Cogeneration
Numerical Example
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