Nanotech 2014 Vol. 3
Nanotech 2014 Vol. 3
Nanotechnology 2014: Electronics, Manufacturing, Environment, Energy & Water

Solar Power, Fuel Cells, Renewables & Carbon Capture Chapter 5

Solar Energy Conversion using a Broad Band Coherent Concentrator with Antenna-Coupled Rectifiers
P. Bodan
AMI Research and Development, US

Preparation of ZnO Nanowires for Solar Cells Aplicattion
S.L. Fernandes, M.A. Zaghete, C.F.O. Graeff, J.A. Varella, E. Longo
UNESP, Universidade Estadual Paulista, BR

Nanotechnology Enabled Photovoltaics and Electronics for High-Power-Density Energy Systems
T.C. Smith, S.E. Lyshevski
Rochester Institute of Technology, US

Intense Pulsed Light Processing of Semiconductors for Photovoltaics
T. Druffel, R. Dharmadasa
University of Louisville, US

Periodic and Psuedo-Random Back-Reflector Nanoparticle Enhanced Light-Trapping in a Silicon Photovoltaic
S. Shepard, L. Patel, F. Rubaiat
Louisiana Tech University, US

Improved Nanophotonics Simulation Tools for Light-Trapping in Photovoltaics
S. Shepard and F. Rubaiat
Louisiana Tech University, US

c-SI Wafer Development: A New Approach to Reduce Costs and Drive Efficiency
S. Zehavi
Rockpoint PR, US

Electrical characterization with high spatial resolution of P3HT:PCBM blends used in organic photovoltaics by means of conductive atomic force microscopy
Y.M. Omar, M. Chiesa, H.N. Apostoleris, A. Al Ghaferi
Masdar Institute, AE

Application possibility of Parabolic Through Solar Thermal Power Plant technology in North Cyprus
N. Cabacaba, M. Dağbaşı
Cabacaba Yenilenebilir Enerji Sistemleri, CY

Low-cost Transmission, Storage, and Integration for Renewable-source Energy: Hydrogen and Ammonia C-free Fuel Systems with Underground Pipelines, Salt Caverns, and Liquid NH3 Tanks
B. Leighty
The Leighty Foundation, US

Fabrication of Infrared Energy Harvester Using Electrically Small Particles
M.R. AlShareef, B. Cui, O. Ramahi
University of Waterloo, CA

Synthesis of Visible light Nanocomposites for H2 Production
A.M. Hussein, R.V. Shende
South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, US

Synthesis of Novel Functionalized-Graphene/Quantum Dots Hybrid System for Solar Cells Application
S.S. Babkair, M.T. Khan, A. Azam
kau, SA

Solar Energy System Prototype with a Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT)
A.A. Abdelmoaty, A. Helmy, A.A. Rezk, Y. Ismail
The American University in Cairo, EG

Hydrogen Generation from Thermochemical Water-Splitting Using Core Shell Ni-Ferrite/Y2O3 Nanoparticles
V.S. Amar, R.V. Shende
South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, US

Ammonia Decomposition over Ni Supported on Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotubes: Effect of Surface Functional Groups
H. Zhang, Y. Alhamed, Y. Kojima, A. Al-Zahrani, H. Idriss, L. Petrov, M. Daous
King Abdulaziz University, SA

Molecular Hydrogen Storage in Fullerenes for Use on Board Fuel Cell Vehicles – A Density Functional Theory Study
D.J. Durbin, N.L. Allan, C. Malardier-Jugroot
Royal Military College, CA

Enhanced fuel cell performance with modified Nafion® membranes
L. Krishnan, G. Yeager, K. Clark, J. Kerr, G. Soloveichik, T. Miebach
GE Global Research, US

Analysis of low temperature effects on the performance of SEPIC in a fuel cell system
M.D. Noh, S. Kim, Y.-W. Park
Chungnam National University, KR

Commercial pilot for closed-loop wastewater treatment and biofuel production using microalgae
M. Atwood, L. Novoveska, E. Sundstrom, P. Valdez
Algae Systems LLC, US

Development of the Novel Functionality of Probiotics Fermented Noni Hydrolysates
L.J. Yin, H.H. Lee, J.J. Wu, S.T. Jiang
National Kaohsiung Marine University, TW

Pelletized silica and polyethyleneimine composites for CO2 capture via adsorption
G.P. Knowles, A.L. Chaffee
Monash University, AU

Capturing and Using CO2 as Feedstock for Clean Chemical Processes Technologies
Y. Demirel
University of Nebraska Lincoln, US

ISBN: 978-1-4822-5830-1
Pages: 588
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