Future Fire Forms: Heat, Work and Thermodynamics

Cornel Stan

Springer International Publishing AG
12 August 2022

Future Fire Forms: Heat, Work and Thermodynamics

Cornel Stan

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Keep on running by clever burning! This book reports how humans created materials, machines and power plants with the help of fire and which fuels, with their advantages and disadvantages, they have used so far. Climate rescuers of all stripes, whether qualified for such challenge or not, want to eliminate the fire completely and replace it with electricity from photovoltaics and wind power.

The book contains facts and evidence as to why solar panels and windmills cannot be sufficient to ensure all the world’s energy needs. Neither combustion nor thermal engines are responsible for the environmental hazard till now, but the fuels they have received in the past. Let’s feed the fire with nature-compatible fuels and let it unfold properly in very effective machines and systems! The book describes systematically and comprehensibly for everyone, thermodynamic laws and methods for the design of very efficient machines and drives, as well as regenerative, climate-neutral fuels. This lecture is highly recommended when seating in front of a fireplace or sitting beside a campfire.

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