Technology of Efficient Energy Utilization is a report of a NATO Science Committee conference held in Les Arcs, France on October 8-12, 1973. The focus of said conference is on energy conservation, the end-uses of energy, and its determining factors in the long run. The report is composed of two parts. Part I includes the working reports from different groups every chapter. The reports cover industrial, residential, and commercial heat; light; motion; electronic and electrolytic processes; and residential, commercial, industrial, urban systems. Part II is the research portfolio, which is divided into three broad groups for easier access: group A - industrial process, group B - transport, and group C - buildings. The text is for those in departments and institutions that study energy and energy conservation, especially those who seek to improve the use of energy.The Report of a NATO Science Committee Conference Held at Les Arcs, France, 8th a 12th October, 1973 Eugene G. Kovach ... Electrochemical machining ( especially of hard metals) can be more efficient than standard grinding and cuttinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Technology of Efficient Energy Utilization|
|Author||:||Eugene G. Kovach|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|