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Green petroleum [Elektronisk resurs] how oil and gas can be environmentally sustainable / edited by M.R. Islam, M.M. Khan, and A.B. Chhetri.

Islam, Rafiqul, 1959-
Khan, M. M. 
Chhetri, A. B. 
ISBN 9781118444054
Publicerad: Hoboken, N.J. John Wiley & Sons, 2012
Engelska 1 online resource (xiv, 605 p.)
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  • Front Matter -- Introduction -- From the Pharaonic Age to the Information Age: Have we Progressed in Technology Development Skills? -- How Long Has This 'Technological Disaster' Been in the Making? Delinearized History of Civilization and Technology Development -- Is Modern Science Capable of Discerning Between True and False? -- Fundamentals of Mass and Energy Balance -- A True Sustainability Criterion and its Implications -- What is Truly Green Energy? -- Good Light and Bad Light -- Do You Believe in Global Warming? -- Is the 3R's Mantra Sufficient? -- Truly Green Refining and Gas Processing -- Greening of Flow Operations -- Greening of Enhanced Oil Recovery -- Deconstruction of Engineering Myths Prevalent in the Energy Sector -- Conclusions -- References -- Index -- Also of Interest --.
  • Green Petroleum: How Oil and Gas Can Be Environmentally Sustainable; Contents; Preface; 1 Introduction; 1.1 'Greening': What does it Entail?; 1.2 The Science of Change: How will our Epoch be Remembered?; 1.3 Are Natural Resources Finite and Human Needs Infinite?; 1.4 The Standard of Sustainable Engineering; 1.5 Can Nature be Treated as if it were Static?; 1.6 Can Human Intervention Affect Long-Term Sustainability of Nature?; 1.7 Can an Energy Source be Isolated from Matter?; 1.8 Is it Possible that Air, Water, and Earth became our Enemies?; 1.9 Can we Compare Diamonds with Enriched Uranium?. 
  • 1.10 Is Zero-Waste an Absurd Concept?; 1.11 How can we Determine Whether Natural Energy Sources Last Forever?; 1.12 Can Doing Good be Bad Business?; 1.13 Greening of Petroleum Operations: A Fiction?; 2 From the Pharaonic Age to the Information Age: Have we Progressed in Technology Development Skills?; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Fundamental Misconceptions of the Modern Age; 2.2.1 Chemicals are Chemicals and Energy is Energy; 2.2.2 If you Cannot See, it Does not Exist; 2.2.3 Simulation Equals Emulation; 2.2.4 Whatever Works is True. 
  • 3 How Long Has This 'Technological Disaster' Been in the Making? Delinearized History of Civilization and Technology Development; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Delinearized History of Time, Science, and Truth; 3.2.1 Role of First Premise; 3.3 Other Considerations in Mathematics and Science; 3.3.1 Numbers in the Qur'an; 3.4 Modeling Natural Phenomena in Multiple Dimensions; 3.4.1 Transition from Mathematics of Tangibles to Mathematics of Intangibles; 3.5 Conclusions; 4 Is Modern Science Capable of Discerning Between True and False?; 4.1 Introduction. 
  • 4.2 Why Focus on Tangibles Makes it Impossible for us to Act on Conscience That is Needed to Increase our Knowledge of Truth; 4.3 New Science vs. Science of Intangibles; 4.4 The Criterion of Truth and Falsehood; 4.5 Effect of the Science of Tangibles; 4.6 The Science of Matter and Energy; 4.6.1 The European Knowledge Trail in Mass and Energy; 4.6.2 Delinearized History of Mass and Energy Management in the Middle East; 4.7 Paradigm Shift in Scientific and Engineering Calculations; 4.8 Summary and Conclusions; 5 Fundamentals of Mass and Energy Balance; 5.1 Introduction. 
  • 5.2 The Difference Between a Natural Process and an Engineered Process; 5.3 The Measurement Conundrum of the Phenomenon and its Observer; 5.3.1 Background; 5.3.2 Galileo's Experimental Program: An Early Example of the Nature-Science Approach; 5.4 Implications of Einstein's Theory of Relativity on Newtonian Mechanics; 5.5 Newton's First Assumption; 5.6 First Level of Rectification of Newton's First Assumption; 5.7 Second Level of Rectification of Newton's First Assumption; 5.8 Fundamental Assumptions of Electromagnetic Theory; 5.9 Aims of Modeling Natural Phenomena; 5.10 Challenges of Modeling Sustainable Petroleum Operations. 
  • "This book unravels the mysteries of the current energy crisis and argues that solutions to global warming will come only from the development of new technologies. Discussed here are the reasons why petroleum operations, as they are now, are not sustainable, how each practice treads an inherently implosive path, and how each spells irreversible damage to the planet's ecosystem. Fossil fuel consumption is not the culprit, but, rather, the practices involved from exploration to refining and processing are responsible for the current damage to the environment.Focusing on long-term solutions that should "green" all of the petroleum industry's practices, the book follows the theory of inherent sustainability, showing why current practices are fundamentally flawed and why new proposals to salvage efficiencies offer little hope for remedying the situation. The authors discuss global warming and its apparent relationship with petroleum operations, providing a detailed analysis of greenhouse gas emission ranging from pre-industrial and industrial ages to the golden petroleum era.A newly developed theory is included which shows that carbon dioxides from some sources do not contribute to global warming. Here - for the first time - carbon dioxide is characterized based on various criteria such as the origin, the path it travels, isotope numbers and age of the fuel source from which it is emitted. This book offers unique solutions to overcome major obstacles by developing genuinely green technologies that satisfy the new sustainability criteria, are highly efficient, and produce zero waste. Various energy technologies are ranked based on their global efficiency in this book, and it also compares petroleum operations with other energy development technologies, including solar and biofuel energy systems"-- 

Ämnesord

Gas engineering.  (LCSH)
Sustainable engineering.  (LCSH)
Environmental protection.  (LCSH)
Petroleum engineering  -- Environmental aspects. (LCSH)
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Petroleum  (bisacsh)
Petroleum engineering -- Environmental aspects. 
Petroleum engineering. 
Chemical engineering. 
Engineering. 
Mining engineering. 

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Electronic books. 

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TN870 (LCC)
TEC (ämneskategori)
665.5028/6 (DDC)
Pmaa (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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