|Publication Date:||Aug 2013|
| Publisher:||John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated|
| Book Format:||Ebook|
|List Price:||Contact Supplier contact
| Book Description: |
This book focuses on the methods of storage commonly used in hybrid systems. After an introductory chapter reviewing the basics of electrochemistry, Chapter 2 is given over to the storage of electricity in the form of hydrogen. Once hydrogen has been made, we have to be able to convert it back into electricity on demand. This can be done with another energy converter: a fuel cell, the subject of Chapter 3. Such a system is unable to deliver significant dynamics in terms of...