Introduction


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Introduction
IntroductionWhen an energy engineerThe term "energy engineer" is used here to refer both to readers with formal engineering training and those without formal training who are interested in understanding and implementing energy systems. thinks of access to energy or energy systems, whether as a professional responsible for the function of some aspect of the system, or as an individual consumer of energy, a wide range of applications come to mind. These applications include electricity for lighting or electronics, natural gas for space heating and industrial uses, and petroleum products such as gasoline or diesel for transportation. Access to energy in the industrialized countries of Asia, Europe, and North America is so pervasive that consumptio…
Citation
Francis M. Vanek, Ph.D.; Louis D. Albright, Ph.D.; Largus T. Angenent, Ph.D.: Energy Systems Engineering: Evaluation and Implementation, Third Edition. Introduction, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2016 2012 2008), AccessEngineering Export