Microfabricated Power Generation Devices. Design and Technology

  • ID: 2179859
  • Book
  • 300 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Focusing on a description of the technologies and methodologies for computer–aided conceptual design, this book covers the design, modeling and simulation of micropower generation devices. The articles are authored by internationally recognized experts in the field, who take the reader from fundamentals and design aspects to numerous power generation strategies and system engineering. The comprehensive coverage also extends to fuel processing, energy conversion, material and heat management, device operation, economics and quality control.

For materials scientists, chemists, physicists, process engineers and those in power technology.
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Microfabrication for Energy Generating Devices and Fuel Processors

Fuel Processing for Hydrogen Generation

Micro–fuel Cells Microscale Heat Engines


Thermal Management and System Integration

Selection of Alternatives and Process Design

Structural Considerations

Microreactor Engineering: Processes, Detailed Design and Modeling

Design and Steady–State Operation

Design of Hybrid Electrochemical Devices

Control of Microreactors

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"It has very good technical coverage of the theory of operation of these devices . . . it would be a good starting point for those beginning to learn about these electrochemical devices; even those working in the field could benefit from the theory and research presented on many different devices. It will give the reader a good theoretical understanding of these devices and inform comparison between them." (IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, 2011)
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