Ullmann's Energy: Resources, Processes, Products

3 Volume Set
 
 
Wiley-VCH (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 2. Juni 2017
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  • 1479 Seiten
 
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978-3-527-69147-0 (ISBN)
 
A carefully selected compilation of the most relevant articles from the online edition of "ULLMANN's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry", this three-volume handbook contains a wealth of information on energy sources, energy generation and storage, fossil and renewable fuels as well as the associated processing technology.
Fossil as well as renewable fuels, nuclear technology, power generation and storage technologies are treated side by side, providing a unique overview of the entire global energy industry. New or updated articles include such classical topics as coal technologies, oil and gas, as well as cutting-edge technologies, such as biogas, thermoelectricity and solar technology.
The result is an in-depth survey of industrial-scale energy technology.
 
Mit einer Sammlung der wichtigsten Artikel aus "ULLMANN's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry" bietet dieses dreibändige Handbuch unzählige Informationen zu Energieressourcen und -technologien. Dabei werden erneuerbare und auch fossile Energieträger gleichermaßen behandelt.
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Selected by the ULLMANN'S editorial team, this handbook contains contributions by internationally acknowledged authors from the chemical industry (BASF, Saipem, Shell, Varta, and others) as well as from leading research institutions (Clausthal Technical University, University of Karlsruhe, Penn State University, University of Stuttgart, University of Vienna, University of Waterloo, and others).
ENERGY RESOURCES; GENERATION AND STORAGE
Batteries, 1. General
Batteries, 2. Primary Batteries
Batteries, 3. Secondary Batteries
Batteries, 4. Standards
Batteries, 5. Disposal and Environmental Protection
Biogas
Coal
Coal Liquefaction
Coal Pyrolysis
Combustion
Fuel Cells
Gas Production, 1. Introduction
Gas Production, 2. Processes
Gas Production, 3. Gas Treating
Heat Storage Media
Natural Gas
Nuclear Technology, 1. Fundamentals
Nuclear Technology, 2. Power Reactors, Survey
Nuclear Technology, 3. Fuel Cycle
Oil and Gas, 1. Introduction
Oil and Gas, 2. Formation of Reservoirs
Oil and Gas, 3. Exploration for Oil and Gas
Oil and Gas, 4. Drilling and Workover
Oil and Gas, 5. Formation Evaluation
Oil and Gas, 6. Reservoir Performance
Oil and Gas, 7. Production
Oil and Gas, 8. Field Processing
Oil and Gas, 9. Health, Safety, Environmental and Economic Aspects
Oil Refining
Oil Sands
Oil Shale
Photoelectricity
Photovoltaic Cells
Solar Technology
Thermoelectricity
Wind Energy

FUELS
Automobile Exhaust Control
Automotive Fuels
Aviation Turbine Fuels
Heating Oil
Liquefied Petroleum Gas
Marine Fuels
Octane Enhancers
Petroleum Coke

Abbreviations


The following is a list of the abbreviations used in the text. Common terms, the names of publications and institutions, and legal agreements are included along with their full identities. Other abbreviations will be defined wherever they first occur in an article. For further abbreviations, see page IX, Symbols and Units; page XVII, Frequently Cited Companies (Abbreviations), and page XVIII, Country Codes in patent references. The names of periodical publications are abbreviated exactly as done by Chemical Abstracts Service.

abs. absolute a.c. alternating current ACGIH American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists ACS American Chemical Society ADI acceptable daily intake ADN accord européen relatif au transport international des marchandises dangereuses par voie de navigation interieure (European agreement concerning the international transportation of dangerous goods by inland waterways) ADNR ADN par le Rhin (regulation concerning the transportation of dangerous goods on the Rhine and all national waterways of the countries concerned) ADP adenosine 5´-diphosphate ADR accord européen relatif au transport international des marchandises dangereuses par route (European agreement concerning the international transportation of dangerous goods by road) AEC Atomic Energy Commission (United States) a.i. active ingredient AIChE American Institute of Chemical Engineers AIME American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers ANSI American National Standards Institute AMP adenosine 5´-monophosphate APhA American Pharmaceutical Association API American Petroleum Institute ASTM American Society for Testing and Materials ATP adenosine 5´-triphosphate BAM Bundesanstalt für Materialprüfung (Federal Republic of Germany) BAT Biologischer Arbeitsstofftoleranzwert (biological tolerance value for a working material, established by MAK Commission, see MAK) Beilstein Beilstein's Handbook of Organic Chemistry, Springer, Berlin - Heidelberg - New York BET Brunauer - Emmett - Teller BGA Bundesgesundheitsamt (Federal Republic of Germany) BGB1. Bundesgesetzblatt (Federal Republic of Germany) BIOS British Intelligence Objectives Subcommittee Report (see also FIAT) BOD biological oxygen demand bp boiling point B.P. British Pharmacopeia BS British Standard ca. circa calcd. calculated CAS Chemical Abstracts Service cat. catalyst, catalyzed CEN Comité Européen de Normalisation cf. compare CFR Code of Federal Regulations (United States) cfu colony forming units Chap. chapter ChemG Chemikaliengesetz (Federal Republic of Germany) C.I. Colour Index CIOS Combined Intelligence Objectives Subcommitee Report (see also FIAT) CLP Classification, Labelling and Packaging CNS central nervous system Co. Company COD chemical oxygen demand conc. concentrated const. constant Corp. Corporation crit. critical CSA Chemical Safety Assessment according to REACH CSR Chemical Safety Report according to REACH CTFA The Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association (United States) DAB Deutsches Arzneibuch, Deutscher Apotheker-Verlag, Stuttgart d.c. direct current decomp. decompose, decomposition DFG Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Science Foundation) dil. dilute, diluted DIN Deutsche Industrienorm (Federal Republic of Germany) DMF dimethylformamide DNA deoxyribonucleic acid DOE Department of Energy (United States) DOT Department of Transportation - Materials Transportation Bureau (United States) DTA differential thermal analysis EC effective concentration EC European Community ed. editor, edition, edited e.g. for example emf electromotive force EmS Emergency Schedule EN European Standard (European Community) EPA Environmental Protection Agency (United States) EPR electron paramagnetic resonance Eq. equation ESCA electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis esp. especially ESR electron spin resonance Et ethyl substituent (-C2H5) et al. and others etc. et cetera EVO Eisenbahnverkehrsordnung (Federal Republic of Germany) exp (.) e(.), mathematical exponent FAO Food and Agriculture Organization (United Nations) FDA Food and Drug Administration (United States) FD&C Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (United States) FHSA Federal Hazardous Substances Act (United States) FIAT Field Information Agency, Technical (United States reports on the chemical industry in Germany, 1945) Fig. figure fp freezing point Friedländer P. Friedländer, Fortschritte der Teerfarbenfabrikation und verwandter Industriezweige Vol. 1-25, Springer, Berlin 1888-1942 FT Fourier transform (g) gas, gaseous GC gas chromatography GefStoffV Gefahrstoffverordnung (regulations in the Federal Republic of Germany concerning hazardous substances) GGVE Verordnung in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland über die Beförderung gefährlicher Güter mit der Eisenbahn (regulation in the Federal Republic of Germany concerning the transportation of dangerous goods by rail) GGVS Verordnung in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland über die Beförderung gefährlicher Güter auf der Straße (regulation in the Federal Republic of Germany concerning the transportation of dangerous goods by road) GGVSee Verordnung in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland über die Beförderung gefährlicher Güter mit Seeschiffen (regulation in the Federal Republic of Germany concerning the transportation of dangerous goods by sea-going vessels) GHS Globally Harmonised System of Chemicals...

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