Sustainable Engineering for Life Tomorrow examines the future of sustainable engineering and architecture. The contributors' analyses of sustainable solutions, such as wind and solar power, offer valuable insights for future policy-making, scholarship, and the management of energy-intensive facilities.
Jacqueline A. Stagner is undergraduate programs coordinator of engineering at the University of Windsor.
David S-K. Ting is professor and founder of the Turbulence & Energy Laboratory at University of Windsor.
Chapter 1: Retrofitting Aging Infrastructure: The Case of Chicago Riverwalk
Chapter 2: Sustaining Old Infrastructures with Advanced Window Retrofitting Technologies
Chapter 3: A Critical Review of Urban Energy Solutions and Practices
Chapter 4: Energy Efficiency and Sustainability through Wind Power for Green Hospitals
Chapter 5: Supercapacitor for Sustainable Energy Storage
Chapter 6: Introduction to Photovoltaic Energy Generation
Chapter 7: Functional-form Sufficiency Achieved by Biased Random Walk Behavioral Model in Architectural Bioactive Design
Chapter 8: Circularity in Kitchen Design and Production Business: A Sustainable and Disruptive Model
Chapter 9: Should Canada Pursue or Support Offshore Wind Development?
Chapter 10: Analyzing the Renewable Energy Sources of Nordic and Baltic Countries with MCDM Approach
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