Solar Energy Conversion And Photoenergy System: Thermal Systems and Desalination Plants

Julian Blanco Galvez, Sixto Malato Rodriguez, E. Delyannis, Vassilis G.Belessiotis, S. C. Bhattacharya, S. Kumar
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Solar Energy Conversion and Photoenergy Systems: Thermal Systems and Desalination Plants theme in five volumes is a component of Encyclopedia of Energy Sciences, Engineering and Technology Resources in the global Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), which is an integrated compendium of twenty one Encyclopedias. The Theme on Solar Energy Conversion and Photoenergy Systems: Thermal Systems and Desalination Plants with contributions from distinguished experts in the field, discusses solar energy, renewable energy, thermal systems, and desalination systems, some of which are already in commercial and practical applications and others are under research and testing level. The volumes provide an analysis and discussion about the reasons behind the current efforts of our society, considering both developed and developing countries, to accelerate the exploitation of the huge solar energy potential in our normal daily lives. The five volumes also provide some basic information about the solar energy potential, history and the amazing trip of a photon from its creation in the Sun until its arrival to the Earth. These five volumes are aimed at the following five major target audiences: University and College Students Educators, Professional Practitioners, Research Personnel and Policy Analysts, Managers, and Decision Makers, NGOs and GOs

Julian Blanco Gálvez. Born in Almería (Spain) on 16th August, 1960. Dipl. Industrial Engineer by the Escuela Superior de Ingenieros (Seville, 1984), Master in Environmental Sciences by the Instituto de Investigaciones Ecológicas (Málaga, 1994); PhD by the University of Almería (2002). Dept. of Applied Physic. Senior Researcher of the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science with more than 20 years of experience in solar concentrating technologies and their applications. Head of the Environmental Applications of Solar Energy unit at Plataforma Solar de Almeria (Spain) and Operating Agent of SolarPACES Task VI (Solar Energy and Water Processes and Applications). He has been involved in 16 European Union projects (7 of them as leader/coordinator), 15 National R&D Projects and 6 R&D Contracts (with Private Companies) all of the related with the development of Solar processes and technologies. Author of 4 patents, author/co-author of 7 full books, and 18 chapters in different books; he also has more than 70 publications in indexed international journals and more than 150 contributions to about 75 different International Congress and Symposiums. He received the Jury’s award of the “European Grand Prix for Innovation Awards” (2004).

Sixto Malato. Born in Almería (Spain) on 10th May, 1964. Dipl. Chemistry (Chemical Engineering) by Facultad de Ciencias of University of Granada (1987). Master in Environmental Sciences by the Instituto de Investigaciones Ecológicas (Málaga, 1994). PhD in Chemical Engineering at the University of Almería (1997). He works at the Plataforma Solar de Almeria (PSA-CIEMAT) in all the projects linked to water treatment. Concretely, he has been involved in 15 EU and 15 National related to the development of solar wastewater treatment technologies, and has been involved in the design and construction of all the experimental pilot plants for solar detoxification of industrial waste water in Europe. He is author of 1 book and co-author of 8 books as well as 36 chapters in others. He has also co-authored more than 130 publications in indexed international journals and 4 patents. The Jury’s Grand Prix of “European Grand Prix for Innovation Awards”. 2004, Mónaco

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