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Nineteenth century Britain. His discoveries of electro-magnetic rotations 1821 and electro-magnetic induction 1831 laid the foundations of the modern electrical industry. His discovery of the magneto-optical effect and diamagnetism 1845 led him to formulate the field theory of electro-magnetism, which forms one of the cornerstones of modern physics. These and...
The supply of energy from primary sources is not constant and rarely matches the pattern of demand from consumers. Electricity is also difficult to store in significant quantities. Therefore, secondary storage of energy is essential to increase generation capacity efficiency and to allow more substantial use of renewable energy sources...
By J. M. Miller
This book takes a critical look at physical storage of electricity in the devices known collectively as electrochemical capacitors and particularly as ultracapacitors. In its 12 chapters, this text covers ultracapacitor and advanced battery topics with emphasis on clear understanding of fundamental principles, models and applications.
Scenarios for a Future Electricity Supply: Cost-optimised variations on supplying Europe and its neighbours with electricity from renewable energies
In this groundbreaking book, energy systems modelling expert Dr Gregor Czisch analyses electricity supply options for Europe and its neighbouring regions.
By Bryan Kibble
This book serves to up-date an earlier publication by one of the authors, and offers guidance and best practice in electrical measurements applicable to any required accuracy level.
By J.E. Allnutt
This book is a follow up to the award winning first edition and is written as a comprehensive guide for those who need to obtain a working knowledge of radiowave propagation on satellite-to-ground links at frequencies above 1 GHz, and as a reference book for experts in the field.