Trends and Technological Challenges in Green Energy Selected Papers from ICGET 2023

Trends and Technological Challenges in Green Energy: Selected Papers from ICGET 2023 offers readers selected and expanded papers from the 2023 8th International Conference on Green Energy Technologies held at the University of the Applied Sciences in Hamburg, Germany. It features innovative work by...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Peng, Zhijun (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Cham Springer Nature Switzerland 2024, 2024
Edition:1st ed. 2024
Series:Green Energy and Technology
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Part I. Solar Energy Technology and Photovoltaic Power Generation
  • Chapter 1. Performance Analysis for Bidirectional DC/DC Power Converter for Photovoltaic Applications: Simulation Study
  • Chapter 2. Urban Transformation to Carbon-free with Lush Greenery and Colored Solar Energy and Storage Technologies at the Diverse Climatic Conditions of Europe
  • Chapter 3. South Africa’s Solar Rebates: Hope or Hate for Residential Customers within eThekwini Municipality
  • Chapter 4. A Review of LED Driver Topologies and Control Methods for Energy Efficient Smart Farming Application
  • Part II. Wind Power Generation and Ocean Energy
  • Chapter 5. Monitoring Wind Turbine Blade Using Interferometric Radar
  • Chapter 6. Generation of Fluid Field around Tidal/Ocean Power Generator with Unidirectional Flow Exploiting Variable Auto Encoder
  • Chapter 7. Finite Element Analysis of Large Span Valve Hall Structure Under Extreme Wind Conditions
  • Part III. Renewable Energy Systems and ThermalEngineering
  • Chapter 8. Dynamics of Renewable Energy Penetration for the Malaysian Electricity Generation
  • Chapter 9. Optimal Sizing and Operation of Hybrid Renewable Energy System: A Techno-economic Analysis of Residential Building Considering Seasonal Storage
  • Chapter 10. Numerical Simulation about Transient Performance of Regenerative Cooling System for Combustion Chamber
  • Chapter 11. An Evolutionary Game Study on the Behavioral Strategies of Carbon Label Stakeholders Based on Prospect Theory