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作者 Torres, Milton J
書名 Environmental problems of fossil fuels and suggested solution: Hydrogen energy system; a one semester multidisciplinary course for upper division science and engineering students
說明 223 p
附註 Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 50-11, Section: B, page: 5280
Supervisor: T. Nejat Veziroglu
Thesis (D.A.)--University of Miami, 1989
The impending crisis of fossil fuel exhaustion, the devastating acid rain, the "greenhouse effect" have made the search for an alternate fuel imperative to the survival of man. This course is designed to inform all upper division science and engineering students about the nature of the crisis and to suggest a viable solution. The hydrogen energy system has not had the media coverage necessary for an implementation to ever occur. There is a need for the dissemination of this knowledge and information to the leaders of tomorrow. This project provides the vehicle by which this information can be extended to all scientific and engineering disciplines
This project covers, in enough detail, the essence of the subject in order to inform the scientific community of tomorrow of the alternative energy systems which are not only economically feasible, but environmentally benign. It is the intention of this project to emphasize that alternatives exist that could save the destruction of the forests, the agriculture of the world, and still supply the necessary energy for survival of the species. The bottom line is always of interest to the entrepreneurs of the world, so an attempt to derive a viable bottom line is made with the knowledge that it is only results that impress those in key positions in the world's economy. The complete overview of the hydrogen energy system is given so that the reader will have a basis to either seek further answers or to enlist support for its implementation
School code: 0125
Host Item Dissertation Abstracts International 50-11B
主題 Engineering, Mechanical
Education, Higher
Environmental Sciences
Alt Author University of Miami
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