Energy and Fuel Systems Integration explains how growing energy and fuel demands, paired with the need for environmental preservation, require different sources of energy and fuel to cooperate and integrate with each other rather than simply compete. Providing numerous examples of energy and fuel systems integration success stories, this book:
Energy and Fuel Systems Integration emphasizes the many advantages of these integrated systems, including sustainability, flexibility for optimization and scale-up, and more efficient use of storage, transportation, and delivery infrastructures.
Introduction. Heat and Power by Co-Combustion. Synthetic Gas Production by Co-Gasification. Synthetic Liquid Production by Co-Processing. Co-Pyrolysis. Methane Production by Anaerobic Co-Digestion of Biomass and Waste. Hybrid Nuclear Energy Systems. Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems. Energy and Fuel Systems Integration by Gas, Heat, and Electricity Grids. Multifuel, Hybrid, and Grid-Integrated Vehicles: A Case Study.