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By Eduard W. Justi (auth.)

ISBN-10: 146128998X

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This booklet matters one of many extra chronic of the information which have been mentioned in journals dedicated to strength technological know-how over the past few years. It bargains with the concept hydrogen can be the medium of power and the solar can be the resource (and, in the meanwhile, might be additionally coal, biomass, or nuclear fuel). the interpretation has been performed through Dr. W. Schuh and Mrs. okay. Claus in collaboration with me. sure problems faced us at an early level, and our answer of them calls for a few clarification. First, the chapters that we got from the unique German authors have been written at various occasions in the course of the Eighties. a few years later, for the expected book within the usa, approximately 1/2 the chapters have been thoroughly rewritten. the interpretation was once performed in 1984-1986. moment, the unique quantity is a German publication. lots of the examples in it discuss with the Federal Republic of Germany, even though a few expand to Europe in general.

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R. Schulten: Synthetisches Erdgas ermoglicht die Ferniibertragung nuklearer Energie [Synthetic natural gas as a medium for nuclear energy], Umschau 73(2) ("Adam und Eva") (1973). 28. B. Eastlund, W. C. Gough: Generation of Hydrogen by U. V. Light Produced by the Fusion Torch, 163. National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Boston (1972). CHAPTER 3 Time Frame for Building a Hydrogen Technology Following the discussion of the need for a transition to a hydrogen technology in Chapter 2, thIs chapter will present material that leads to an estimate of the time needed for the introduction and buildup of a hydrogen economy.

Lawaczek: Technik und WirtschaJt im Dritten Reich, Eher Verlag, Munich (1932); Elektrowirtschaft. 1. F. Lehmanns Verlag. Munich (1936). 19. E. lusti: Naturwissenschaften 48:289 (1960); ibid. 49:537 (1961); Jahrb. Akad. Wiss. Lit. (Mainz). pp. 200 and 250. Franz Steiner Verlag. Wiesbaden (1955); E. lusti. A. Winsel: Cold Combustion, Franz Steiner Verlag. Wiesbaden (1962). THE HYDROGEN ECONOMY 41 20. E. Justi: Leistungsmechanismus und Energieumwandlung in Festkorpern, [Conduction Mechanisms and Energy Transformation in Solids], Verlag Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, Gottingen (1965).

C 3: 0 . 25 ~ -. ~ LI\ 0 0 . 20 U 0. 15 0 . 10 0 . 1. Comparison of transportation costs of energy through overhead electrical power lines (diagonal hatching) and underground cables (stippled) and hydrogen through high-pressure steel pipes (cross-hatching). Parameters of the variously shaped bands: potential of transmission for threephase current. The transport of energy through H2 can be cheaper than that using overhead power lines from a distance of 380 kIn. Underground cables are the most expensive according to Gregory et al.

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