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Energy Science and Technology Vol. 12: Energy Management

Author Name : Umesh Chandra Sharma, Ram Prasad and Sri Sivakumar

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  • Publisher : Studium Press LLC
  • Edition : 1st
  • ISBN 10 : 1-626990-73-5
  • Page no : 859
  • Publication Year : 2015
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Energy management is the process of monitoring, controlling and conserving energy in public and private sector organizations, businesses, shopping complexes, airports, railway stations, hospitals, public libraries and other public places and in homes as well. Energy saving efforts like encouraging people to use less energy by raising energy awareness come under behavioural aspects of energy saving and comprise only a part of energy management. The efforts made by energy suppliers or utility companies to ensure that their power stations and renewable energy sources generate enough energy to meet the energy demands of their customers also come under energy management. Energy management is crucial to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and damage to planet earth caused by the combustion of these fuels. The energy management practices are as important as the generation of energy itself. This volume on energy management will provide the reader a sufficiently broad background on the subject with practical approaches applicable to solution of energy management problems. A brief outline of the articles covered in this volume is as under: • Energy management • Energy management of hybrid systems • Energy management and demand side response • Demand side management in Indian power utilities • Multi objective congestion management in competitive electricity markets • Managing energy price risk • Empirical studies on the economic determinants to explain the changes in energy use • Dynamic cost model for the energy mix planning and the electrical grid management • Integrated economy-energy-environment (E3) modelling for policy analysis • Stand alone renewable energy systems for rural development • Energy optimization in food processing • Techno-economic survey of water flow in the photovoltaic pumping system • Analysis of hybrid systems based on complementary energy resources • Cloud computing techniques for energy design and optimization • Zonal reactive power market clearing model in competitive electricity markets • Porous media combustion technology • Analysis and results on control LED lamps with lighting flow dimmer-stabilisers • Magnetic refrigeration as a promising new technology • Energy storage mechanisms for harvesting hybrid renewable based electric power • Energy conservation in household, commercial and industrial processes • Building energy consumption and low carbon technologies • Impact of urbanization on outdoor and indoor thermal comfort in a subtropical setting The present volume is comprised of 30 chapters contributed by 73 academicians and active researchers from 19 countries, namely Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Colombia, France, Germany, India, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Taiwan, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States of America presenting an overview of the practices being adopted in different parts of the world in the field of Energy Management
Title Energy Science and Technology Vol. 12: Energy Management
Table of Content Foreword to the Series. Editorial Board. About the Editors. List of Contributors. About the Series. Preface. Energy Management (USA). Energy Management of Hybrid Systems Based on Multiple Renewable Power Sources and Bioethanol (ARGENTINA). Energy Management and Demand Side Response (NETHERLANDS). Demand Side Management in Indian Power Utilities (INDIA). Multi-objective Congestion Management Methodology Based on Generation Rescheduling Bids and Load Curtailment in Competitive Electricity Markets (INDIA). Managing Energy Price Risk (SPAIN). Empirical Studies on the Economic Determinants Related to Changes in Energy Use (FRANCE). Dynamic Cost Model for the Energy Mix Planning and the Electrical Grid Management (ITALY). Integrated Economy-Energy-Environment (E3) Modelling for Policy Analysis (PORTUGAL). Stand-alone Renewable Energy Systems for Rural Development (MALAYSIA, AUSTRALIA). Second Generation Biofuels: Opportunities and Challenges for the Development of Rural Areas (ITALY). Outlook on the Upcoming of Advanced Biofuels: Inputs from A Delphi Study (PORTUGAL). Biorefinery Lignin in Brazil using the Technology Roadmap Method (REPUBLIC OF CHILE). Biorefinery Strategies for Macroalgae-based in Bioethanol Production (MEXICO, PORTUGAL, SPAIN). Energy Analysis of Small and High Scale Biorefineries Based on Biomass (COLOMBIA). Electromechanical Energy Conversion (TURKEY). Energy Optimization in Food Processing: Energy Management in Food Systems (MEXICO). Techno-economic Survey of Water Flow in the Photovoltaic Pumping Systems (ALGERIA). A Concept of Boundaries of Performance for Analysis of Hybrid Systems Based on Complementary Energy Resources (BRAZIL). Application of High Performance and Cloud Computing Techniques for Energy Network Design and Optimization (USA). Zonal Reactive Power Market Clearing Model in Competitive Electricity Markets Using Multi Objective Optimization Approach (INDIA). Porous Media Combustion Technology (KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA, PORTUGAL). Analysis and Results Control LEDs Lamps with Lighting Flow Dimmer-Stabilisers (SPAIN). Magnetic Refrigeration: A Promising New Technology (ITALIA). Energy Storage Mechanisms for Harvesting Hybrid Renewable based Electric Power (MALAYSIA). A Study on Energy Conservation in Household, Commercial and Industrial Processes – Current Scenario (INDIA). Building Energy Consumption and Low Carbon Technologies (MALAYSIA, UNITED KINGDOM). Status of Aerosol Optical Depth and Ultrafine Particles in the Kullu Valley of Himachal Pradesh, India (INDIA). Impact of Urbanization on Predicted Outdoor and Indoor Thermal Comfort Conditions in a Subtropical Setting (BRAZIL, GERMANY). The Economic Performance of Four (Agro-) Forestry Systems on Alkaline Soils in the State of Haryana in India (NETHERLAND, INDIA). Appendix-I: Table of Contents of Energy Science and Technology (Vols. 1 to 12). Subject Index
Page No. 859
Author's Name Umesh Chandra Sharma, Ram Prasad and Sri Sivakumar
Publisher Studium Press LLC
Year Of Publication 2015
ISBN 10 1-626990-73-5
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