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Renewable Energy Use Efficiency in Georgia

By Kotorashvili, Elena

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Title: Renewable Energy Use Efficiency in Georgia  
Author: Kotorashvili, Elena
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Language: Georgian
Subject: Georgian, Renewable Energy Sources, Engineering & Allied Operations
Collections: National Library of Georgia
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Publication Date:
2014
Publisher: Library of Georgia

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Kotorashvili, E. (2014). Renewable Energy Use Efficiency in Georgia. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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TOC: Introduction; Chapter 1; 1.1. Non-Conventional Renewable Energy Sources in the World and Prospects For the Use of A Heat Pump installations in the Case of Saving Fuel and Energy Resources; 1.2. of the Fuel and Energy Complex Analysis of the Situation, Development Prospects and Its Impact on the Bases of A Heat Pump Heat-Supply of Cold Efficiency of Complex Systems; 1.3. Environmental and Climatic Conditions, the thermal Regime and the Country'S Fuel and Energy Balance of the Impact of the Heat Pump on the Basis of Heat-Supply of Cold Efficiency of Complex Systems; Chapter 2; 2.1. Heat-Cold Energy Supply Systems Using A Complex theoretical Research; Chapter 3; 3.1. Experimental Research Methodology and Selection of Measuring Devices; 3.2 Determination of the Uncertainty of Measurement of the Obtained Experimental Data and the Processing Time; 3.3. Scientific Planning of the Experiment; Chapter 4; 4.1. Cascading Type of Heat Pump Heat-Cold Supply Pilot-Plant Systems theoretical and Experimental Research Results; 4.2. Cascading Type of Heat Pump Heat-Cold Supply the Complex System of Technical and Economic Efficiency of the Examination; 4.3. Screw Type Compressor Refrigeration in Heat Pump Mode of Operation of Experimental and theoretical Research Results; 4.4. A Heat Pump Equipped With Heat-Cold System in the Generalization of the Results of Operation; 4.5. the Bases of A Heat Pump Heat-Cold Supply Systems For Automation of Complex Processing Principles and Schemes, and Research; 4.6. the Bases of A Heat Pump System in the Pre-Heat-Cold Treatment Recommendations; the Main Conclusions; References.


 

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