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Technical Proceedings of the 2012 Clean Technology Conference and Trade Show

Cleantech 2012


Chapter 2:

Renewable Energy Technologies

-Interactions of Rocks with Supercritical CO2 and Water in Enhanced Geothermal Systems and Beyond
 M. Petro
 PARC, a Xerox company, US
-Competitive Advantageous Green Energy Technologies - Photovoltaic, Geothermal & Wind
 S. Hullavarad, N. Hullavarad
 University of Alaska Fairbanks, US
-Mobile Hybrid Structures: Feasibility and Advantages
 A.R. Gizara
 Integrated Power Technology Corporation, US
-Bioenergy production from wastes and wastewaters in China
 H.H.P. Fang
 The University of Hong Kong, HK
-New Technology: DG Controller for Intelligent Hybrid-Renewable Generation Dispatch to Smart-Grid
 D. Olson
 XTRLs International, US
-Direct Pulsed Laser Crystallization of Photoactive thin films at Room Temperature
 G.J. Cheng, Yi Zhang
 Purdue University, US
-Commercial and Industrial Thermal Applications of MicroCSP
 D.T. Kimura
 Sopogy, US
-Effect of Streamlined Design of High-speed Coach on Fuel Economy and Emission
 C.H. Kim, J.H. Ha
 Seoul National University of Science & Technology, KR
ISBN:978-1-4665-6277-6
Pages:440
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