Fb2 Critical Materials Strategy for Clean Energy Technologies (Energy Science, Engineering and Technology) ePub
by Nicholas J. Bartlett
|Subcategory:||Engineering and Transport|
|Author:||Nicholas J. Bartlett|
|Publisher:||Nova Science Pub Inc; UK ed. edition (September 30, 2011)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1418 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1407 kb|
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critical elements for clean-energy technologies, the . recycling, and materials science and engineering to develop substitute materials. Studies published in 2011, 2013 and 2016 by.
critical elements for clean-energy technologies, the . Table V summarizes these studies.
Engineering and Technology. Such efficient photocatalytic materials are often clean and energy intensive, helping to solve or alleviate environmental issues. The journal highlights how these technologies can be used for efficient waste management, particularly for synthetic polymer industry as well as energy production. The journal deals with current trends in hydrogen and fuel cell-based energy technologies, providing real-world case studies of renewable energy projects globally.
Includes bibliographical references and index
Series: Energy science, engineering and technology Published by : Nova Science, (Hauppauge, . ) Physical details: 170 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. ISBN: 1612098290 Subject(s): Rare earths -Government policy -United States. Clean energy industries -United States -Materials. Energy conservation -United States -Materials. National security -United States. Economics of energy in general Year: 2011. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Includes bibliographical references and index.
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A technology-critical element (TCE) is a chemical element that is important to emerging technologies, in much higher .
A technology-critical element (TCE) is a chemical element that is important to emerging technologies, in much higher demand than in the past, and in scarce supply relative to demand. Many advanced engineering applications, like clean-energy production, communications or computing, use emergent technologies that utilize numerous chemical elements. As a result, in the early 21st century, a much greater proportion of metals in the periodic table are economically significant than in past centuries.
Potentially Critical Materials for Selected Clean-Energy Technologies
Potentially Critical Materials for Selected Clean-Energy Technologies. Sources: and author’s experience. For selected energy technologies, table IV summarizes potentially critical elements, many of which are the same as those identiﬁed by the broader criticality studies described above. In addition, these studies articulate a strategy for reducing supply-chain risks though innovation in three areas: process engineering to facilitate more eﬃcient primary production, process engineering to increase manufacturing eﬃciency and recycling, and materials science and engineering to develop substitute materials.
17 Table 3: Critical Materials Found in Clean Technologies Technology Component Material Wind Generators Neodymium Dysprosium Vehicles Motors Neodymium Dysprosium PV Cells Li-ion Batteries (PHEVs and EVs) NiMH Batteries (HEVs) Thin Film PV Panels General CIGS.
17 Table 3: Critical Materials Found in Clean Technologies Technology Component Material Wind Generators Neodymium Dysprosium Vehicles Motors Neodymium Dysprosium PV Cells Li-ion Batteries (PHEVs and EVs) NiMH Batteries (HEVs) Thin Film PV Panels General CIGS Thin Films CdTe Thin Films Lithium Cobalt Rare Earths: Cerium, Lanthanum, Neodymium, Praseodymium Cobalt Tellurium Gallium Germanium Indium Selenium Silver Cadmium Indium Gallium Tellurium.
Section Nuclear Technologies. Nuclear knowledge management. International nuclear technology transfer
Section Nuclear Technologies. International nuclear technology transfer.
Energy efficiency, energy conservation through energy management, and the use of renewable energy sources are three of the major strategies that can provide the energy and energy services for the world's population and economy. Sponsored by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), the comprehensive and timely material in this dynamic resource provides precise information that can make a difference in today's quest for energy efficiency.