A.K. Raja, Amit Prakash Srivastava, Manish Dwivedi, “Power Plant Engineering”
New Age International | 2006 | ISBN: 8122418317, 8122423337 | 491 pages | PDF | 3 MB

A power plant is assembly of systems or subsystems to generate electricity, i.e., power with
economy and requirements. The power plant itself must be useful economically and environmental
friendly to the society. The present book is oriented to conventional as well as non-conventional energy
generation. While the stress is on energy efficient system regards conventional power systems viz., to
increase the system conversion efficiency the supreme goal is to develop, design, and manufacturer the
non-conventional power generating systems in coming decades preferably after 2050 AD which are
conducive to society as well as having feasible energy conversion efficiency and non-friendly to pollution,
keeping in view the pollution act. The subject as a whole can be also stated as modern power plants
for power viz electricity generation in 21st century. The word modern means pertaining to time. At
present due to energy crisis the first goal is to conserve energy for future while the second step is to
develop alternative energy systems including direct energy conversion devices, with the devotion, dedication
and determination remembering the phrase, “ Delve and Delve Again till wade into”.

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