Non-Conventional Energy Technologies is the study of methods by which energy resources like solar, wind, biomass could be considered for large scale use. This book is an effort to explore generation of energy through these resources in a balanced way. It is primarily intended to serve as a textbook for engineering students at the undergraduate level.
The book contains more material than could be covered in one semester course. This will enable the instructor to design a one-semester course including topics of his choice depending on the particular energy supplies that are more important in his situation. Alternatively, two courses, each of one semester duration may be planned with broad divisions.
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