Energy Science was written to help you understand the principles and applications of modern energy production and transmission technology, using an accessible and quantitative approach.
What does this book cover?
The illustrated, paperback edition of Energy Science: Principles, Technologies, and Impacts is a guide to the current state of the art in energy science and engineering. It contains all of the resources energy engineering students could need to make sense of this vital and fast-moving field of practice.
This edition and its companion website offer:
About the Author
Nick Jelley teaches at the University of Oxford, where he is a Professor of Physics. John Andrews teaches at the university of Bristol as a Visiting Fellow. Both share a deep understanding of the science behind the modern energy industry, as well as a fascination with building a better, more efficient and more ecologically sustainable power infrastructure.
Energy Science: Principles, Technologies, and Impacts is easily approachable for beginning engineering students, but never skimps on detail.