Overview for Energy, Ecology and Environment: A Technological Approach
This book presents a quantitative description of the scope, magnitude and complexities of the energy-environment problem. It covers energy technologies, the environment-related interactive processes alongwith their adverse effects on ecological balance. Pollution control technologies and schemes are discussed in detail. It highlights the role of harnessing energy conservation as well as renewable resources of energy. The book is the first of its kind in India. It should serve the application engineers, practicing private and government agencies and be also suitable as text at graduate and postgraduate level.
Kshitij Kaushik (Author)
Kshitij Kaushik, a Ph.D. scholar from the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, has specialized in energy efficiency and solar photovoltaics. He has on hand professional experience working with the corporate sectors and has contributed articles in reputed journals.
N.D. Kaushika (Author)
N.D. Kaushika, formerly Professor, Centre for Energy Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, is a specialist on renewable energy and environment and recipient of the S.S. Bhatnagar Research Endowment Award (Hari Om Ashram Prerit) for research in Energy Conservation in 1987. Presently Dean, School of Research and Development, Bharati Vidhyapeeth, college of Engineering, New Delhi, he has contributed articles in several reputed journals and authored chapters in international publications including Academic Press, USA. He has also been commissioned to contribute an article in the Encyclopedia of Energy, a forthcoming Elsevier Science Major Reference Work.