Handbook of Energy, Volume II: Chronologies, Top Ten Lists, and Word Clouds draws together a comprehensive account of the energy field from the prestigious and award-winning authors of the Encyclopedia of Energy (2004), The Dictionary of Energy, Expanded Edition (2009), and the Handbook of Energy, Volume I (2013). Handbook of Energy, Volume II takes the wealth of information about historical aspects of energy spread across many books, journals, websites, disciplines, ideologies, and user communities and synthesizes the information in one central repository. This book meets the needs of a diverse readership working in energy, and serves as a vital method of communication among communities including colleges and universities, nongovernmental organizations, government agencies, consulting firms and research institutes of energy, environmental, and public policy issues. Interdisciplinary coverage appropriate for scientists in environmental sciences, social and natural sciences, and engineering Top Ten lists, written by prominent subject experts, provide personal reflections on key issues Chronologies covering 40 different subject areas provide all the significant events in a given field from the geologic past to the present day... the main electrical power source for the two-man vehicle in Project Gemini, the second human space flight program ofNASA. ... Pratt aamp;Whitney Aircraft developed Bacona#39;s fuel cell power plant for the Apollo Command and Service Module. ... Canada (1993), and Daimler Benz (NECARII) and Toyota (RAV4) were the first car companies to unveil prototype fuel ... of five Honda FCX models, and the vehicle served as the official pace car of the Los Angeles Marathon from 2001 to 2007.
|Title||:||Handbook of Energy|
|Author||:||Cutler J. Cleveland, Christopher G. Morris|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-11-15|