Solar energy: a course of lectures contributed in the 17th International Science School for High School Students sponsored by the Science Foundation for Physics within the University of Sydney, at the University of Sydney, August 26, September 6, 1974
Pergamon Press, 1975 - Nature - 340 pages
Nine lectures concerning specialized aspects of solar energy such as thermal conversion, the nature of solar energy, and heat transfer and storage.
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World Energy Resources and Consumption J L Tuck
Energy Conversion The Atmospheric Environment
The Nature of Solar Energy R G Giovanelli
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