This book deals with the physics and chemistry of all kinds of energy resources - coal, gas, oil, hydropower, and nuclear. After a brief introduction to the concepts of force, work, and energy, the book discusses energy resources and reserves, followed by discussions of electric power and methods for generating electricity. The discussion then turns to the uses of energy in agriculture, transportation, etc., and the pollution that accompanies these uses. The book concludes with material on energy conservation and energy supplies for the future.The effect of this factor becomes more pronounced in the automatic transmission when the driver attempts to accelerate rapidly. An advantage with the manual transmission over the automatic transmission of one to three miles per gallon isanbsp;...
|Author||:||Wendell H. Wiser|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1999-11-19|