1. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1966 “Chapter 3. MHD Generation” Direct Generation of Electricity  K.H. Spring, p. 65-195 (Academic Press: London)
  2. Swift-Hook, D.T.  (Ed.), 1969 Problems of gas dynamics of air blast circuit breakers, Vol. I and  II  by E.M. Tseirov, translated from Russian by Feldt, H.C. (Nat. Lending Library for Sci. & Technol: Boston Spa, UK) ISBN: 0 85350 028 2
  3. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1974 “Chapter 9, Industrial Applications of Plasmas” Plasma Physics (IOP: London)
  4. Swift-Hook, D. T. , 1987  Wind Power for the UK (BWEA : London)  ISBN 1870064 011
  5. Swift-Hook, D.T. (Ed.), 1989 Wind energy and the environment(Peter Peregrinus: London).
  6. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1990   “Chapter 18. Economics” Wind Energy Conversion Systems, L. L. Freris, (Prentice Hall  : Hemel Hempstead).
  7. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1991  “Chapter 13. The economics of renewable energy sources” Renewable Energy Sources, Watt Committee Report No. 22 M. A. Laughton, (Elsevier : London).
  8. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2012  “Chapter 2.4. The history of wind power”Comprehensive Renewable Energy Encyclopaedia A. A. Sayigh, (Elsevier : London).


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  3. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1959 “Cascaded Two-Port Networks” IRE,Vol.  CT6(3)
  4. Swift-Hook, D. T. and Reddish, A., 1959 “Cyclotron resonance and the generation of millimetre waves” Millimeter Waves (Polytechnic Press: New York) p. 261-287.
  5. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1959 “Electricity Generation from Moving Gas Streams” Research, 12(12), p. 489.
  6. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1960 “Validity of the Theory of Double Stream Amplification” Rev., Vol.118, p. 1-5.
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  9. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1961 “Technical Comment on the Apparent Shape of a Relativistically Moving Sphere” Rocket Soc. J.,Vol.31 p. 1350.
  10. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1962 “Prospects for Large Scale Thermoelectric Power Generation” (with K. H. Spring) JAP,   Vol. 13, p. 159-167.
  11. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1962 “Magnetohydrodynamic Generation”Discovery, Vol. 23, p. 326-332.
  12. Swift-Hook, D. T. and Wright, J. K., 1962 “The Constant Mach Number MHD Generator” Fluid Mech., Vol. 15(1), p. 97-110.
  13. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1962 “Permament Electrodes for MHD Power Generation” (with J. Maycock & J.A. Noe) Nature, 193, p. 467-468.
  14. Swift-Hook, D. T.,  1962 “Permanent Insulating Duct Walls for an MHD Generator” (with J. Maycock, J.K. Wright & P. Ramsden)Nature,196, p. 260-261.
  15. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1962 “MHD Generation with Elevated Electron Temperature” (with J .K. Wright) Phys. Soc., Vol. 80, p. 465-471.
  16. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1963. “The Constant Temperature MHD Generator” Advances in MHD, Ed. McGrath, Siddall & Thring. (Pergamon Press: Oxford) p. 85-94.
  17. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1963 “The Prospects for alternating current magneto-hydrodynamic power generation” (with Clark, R.B., and  Wright, J.K.) JAP, Vol. 14, p. 10-15.
  18. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1963 “Large scale magnetohydrodynamic power generation” JAP, Vol. 14, p. 69-76.
  19. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1963 “Wall effects in an M.P.D. generator”  Magneto-plasmadynamic  Electrical  Power  Generation Symposium, IEE Conf. Rep. 4,22-27, 30-33
  20. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1964  “Experimental Studies of the Performance of Long-Lived MHD Ducts”  (with Bugden, W. S., Green, L. A., Maycock, J., Meier, P. G. and Wright, J. K. Int. Symp. on MHD Electrical Power Generation, Vol. 3 (ENEA:  Paris) p. 1105-1118.
  21. Swift-Hook, D. T., Gozna, C.F. & Palmer, R.T., 1966 “Time Constants Near Current Zero in SF6 Arcs” Int. Conf. on Phen. in Ionised Gases, Beograd, Vol. l, p. 766-768.
  22. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1966. “Current Chopping in Grid Controlled Mercury Arc Valves” (with F.R. Harrison, L.B. Kapp & M.B.C. Quigley)  Int. Conf. on Phen. in lonised Gases, Beograd, Vol. l, p. 396-399.
  23. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1966 “Development of Mercury Arc Valves”Electrical Review, 180, p. 305-8.
  24. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1966 “Physical problems in the development of high voltage mercury arc valves” (with R.N. Bloomer, C.P. Gozna & F .R. Harrison) HVDC Transmission Pt. 1. (IEE: London) p.186-187.
  25. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1966 “The design and performance of an experimental mercury arc convertor” (with J. Holliday & A. J. Booth)  HVDC Transmission Pt. 1 (IEE: London) p.189-192.
  26. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1966 “A Comparison of Various Valve Test Circuits” (with G.E. Gardner & M.J. Little) Direct Current, 11, p. 80-86.
  27. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1966. “Magnetohydrodynamic Power Generation”  Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Physics, Supplement 1, Thewlis (Pergamon: London)
  28. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1966. “Rayleigh Taylor Instabilities”Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Physics, Supplement 1, Thewlis (Pergamon: London)
  29. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1966. “Elevated Electron Temperature”Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Physics, Supplement 1, Thewlis (Pergamon: London)
  30. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1966 “Experiments and theory on arc reignition by spark breakdown” (with Steel,  J.G. , Edels,  H., Evans,  K.G., Whittaker, D. & Shaw, A.B.) IEE, Vol. 113(5), p.935-936.
  31. Swift-Hook, D.T.,  1967 “Boundary Conditions in Wall Stabilised SF6 Arc Columns” (with  D.H. George & P.R. Richards) Int. Conf. on Phen. in Ionised Gases, Vienna
  32. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1967 “The Effects of Unit Reliability on Power Systems” (with R.H. Hayward & J.G. Steel) The Economics of Reliability of Supply (IEE: London) p. 190.
  33. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1968 “Circuit Breaker Reliability” Electrical Review, Vol. l82(1), p.16-20.
  34. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1968 “Compact mercury-arc converter valves for d.c. power transmission” (with Holliday, J.H.) GEC Journal of Science & Technology,.Vol. 35(2), p.79-86.
  35. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1968 “Single-anode valves for d.c. power transmission” (with Holliday, J.H.) Electrical Times, 154(5), p. 143-146.
  36. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1970 “Comments on Paper by Swanson et al.” (with  D.J. Siddons & P.H. Richards) IEEE Trans. on Power App. & Systems, Vol. PAS89(8), p. 2040.
  37. Swift-Hook, D.T.,  1970 “The Statistics of Circuit Breakers” (with J.G. Steel) IEE, Vol.117(7),p. 1337-44.
  38. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1971 “Spherical Probe in a Flowing Plasma” (with J.G. Andrews)  Phys. A. (Gen. Phys.), Vol. 4(1), p. 142-57.
  39. Swift-Hook, D. T. & Andrews, J.G., 1971 “Cylindrical Probe in a Flowing Plasma”  Phys. A. (Gen. Phys.), Vol. 4(2), p. 121-124.
  40. Swift-Hook, D.T., R. H. Varey, J. Smalley, P.H. Richards & C.F. Gozna, 1971 “Molecular Dissociation in a Constricted Glow Discharge (SESER) Phys. D. (Appl. Phys), p. 1520-1526.
  41. Swift-Hook, D.T., R.H. Varey & J. Smalley 1971.  “Dissociation of Ammonia in a Constricted Discharge”   Electrochemical Engineering Symp. Newcastle
  42. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1971 “Laser Isotope Separation” (with O. Lloyd)CEGB Laboratory Memorandum R/M/M135
  43. Swift-Hook, D.T.,  1971 “Statistics of circuit breaker performance” (with Ellis,  N.S., Williams, W.P., Mason, F.O. & Steel, J.G.)  IEE, Vol. 118(9), p.1283-5.
  44. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1971 “A Pulsed Neutron Source for Off-Load Reactivity Assessment in Fast Reactors” (with C.E. Fernando & O. Lloyd) CEGB Laboratory Memorandum R/M/M141
  45. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1973 “Heat Flow to the Workpiece from a TIG Welding Arc” (with P.H. Richards, H.B.C. Quigley & A.E.F. Gick) Phys. D. (Appl. Phys.), Vol. 6, p. 2250-2258.
  46. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1973 “Gas Blast Circuit Breaker Research at Marchwood Engineering Laboratories (with R.J. Urwin) on ‘Arcs and Tneir Industrial Applications, France.
  47. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1973 “Penetration Welding with Lasers” (with A.E.F. Gick) Welding Res. Suppl., 492s-499s.
  48. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1973 “Applications of constricted discharges in plasma chemistry” (with Varey, R.H. & Smalley, J.) Symposium on Electrochemical Engineering Vol. II,   J.D. Thornton (I.Chem.E: London) p. 2.60.
  49. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1974 “Keyhole Welding with Lasers”  (with A.E.F. Gick & M.B.C. Quigley) on The Application of Lasers to the Processing and Examination of Materia1s, Univ. of Sussex.
  50. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1974 “High Power Gas Filled Flash X-ray Tubes” (with O. Lloyd & C.E. Fernando) 3rd Gas Discharges Conf. (lEE: London).
  51. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1974 “The Energy Crisis?” in Tech, Vol. 5, p. 213.
  52. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1974 “Energy, Europe and the 1980’s” in Tech, Vol. 5, p. 218.
  53. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1975 “Can Hydrogen Transmission Replace Electricity?” (with P.J. Hampson, A.B. Hart, J.J. Syrett & J.K. Wright) CEGB Research, 2, p. 4-11.
  54. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1975 “The Potential of Natural Energy Sources” (with J.D. Denton, R. Glanville, B.J. Gliddon, P.L. Harrison, R.C. Hotchkiss, E.M. Hughes & J.K. Wright) CEGB Research, 2, p. 28-40.
  55. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1975   “Characteristics of a rocking wave power device”  (with B. C. Count,  I. Glendenning and S. Salter) Nature, 254, p. 504.
  56. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1975 “High-power glow discharges” (with C.E. Fernando & C.J. Rowe) Physics  D (Applied Physics), Vol.8 (14), p. 179-182.
  57. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1976  “The atmosphere and the oceans as energy sources” Aspects of energy conversion (Pergamon Press : Oxford), 405-430.
  58. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1978 “Wind power research in the CEGB” (with D.J.Moore, D.J. Milborrow and R.H. Taylor) Seminar on Windpower in the UK Multi Science, London, UK p.91-106.
  59. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1978 “Effects of ionisation in (nuclear and fossil) power stations plumes” (with   B. A. Tozer) 5th  International Conference on Gas Discharges    (I.E.E.: London, UK) p. 112-115.
  60. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1979 “The UK field measurements collaboration” Colloquium on Windpower IEE, London, UK p.4/1-4
  61. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1979 “Open cycle MHD generation in the United Kingdom – a reappraisal” (with Meadowcroft, D.B. & Tozer, B.A.) Future Energy Concepts Conf. (IEE: London) p. 330-333.
  62. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1979   “Wind power studies in the CEGB” (with R.H.Taylor) 4th Biennial Wind Energy Conf.,Washington, pp. 16.
  63. Swift-Hook,  D.T.,  1979 “Prediction and measurement of aerogenerator performance” (with Blackburn, A.J., Milborrow, D.J., Taylor, R.H., Lawson-Tancred, H. and Nickols, W.R.)  Future Energy Concepts Conf. (IEE: London) p.298-301.
  64. Swift-Hook, D.T., 1979 “Directional arrays of windmills”  (with R.H. Taylor, Future Energy Concepts Conf. (IEE: London) p. 290-3.
  65. Swift-Hook, D.T. 1979. Discussion on “The philosophy of monitoring” by J. S. S. Reay. Trans. R. Soc. London A, Vol. 290, p. 623.
  66. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1979   “Describing wind data” Wind Engineering, Vol. 13, pp. 459-462.
  67. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1979  “A collaborative programme of field measurements on wind turbines” Proc BWEA Conference, Cranfield(Multiscience : London).
  68. Swift-Hook, D.T. 1980. Discussion on “Energy from the biological conversion of solar energy” by N.K. Boardman. Trans. R. Soc. London A, Vol. 295, p. 489.
  69. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1981   “Who’ll win the wind race?” Consulting Engineer, Aug 1981,  pp. 10, 11, 13, 16.
  70. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1981   “Wind Energy R & D in the United Kingdom” (with L.A.W Bedford, D. Lindley and W.G. Stevenson) 5th Biennial Wind Energy Conf., Washington. Vol. 2, Ed. I.E. Vas, pp. 43-54.
  71. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1982   “Alternative sources of power”Electronics & Power,1,  pp. 89-93.
  72. Swift-Hook, D. T. 1983 “Mathematics in the CEGB”  (with D. A. H.  Jacobs) CEGB Research15,    p.25-34
  73. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1983   “Risks associated with wind turbine blade failures” (with J.F. Macqueen, J.F. Ainslie, D.J. Milborrow and D.M.Turner) IEE, Vol. 130(A), No. 9, pp. 574-586.
  74. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1984   “A utility view of the potential for large wind turbines” (with D.J. Milborrow, J.R.W. Talbot and R.H. Taylor) EWEC, Hamburg, (H. K. Stephens: Bedford, UK) pp. 581-587.
  75. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1984   “Nibe wake measurements project in Denmark” (with Højstrup, J. et al.) EWEC, Hamburg, (H. K. Stephens: Bedford, UK) pp. 47 – 51.
  76. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1984   “Looking for alternatives” IEE, Vol. 131(A), No. 1, pp. 44-54.
  77. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1984 “A review of offshore wind power” (with Dixon, J.C.) Proc 4th Energy Options Conference    (IEE, London) p. 369-79
  78. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1985   “Wake measurements on the Nibe windmills” (with D. N. McInstosh, D. J. Milborrow and G. J. Taylor), Wind Energy Conversion, Ed. A. E. Garrad, (Multi Science : London) p. 67-74.
  79. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1986   “Generating Thoughts” Physics Bulletin,  3, p. 168.
  80. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1987   “Firm power from the wind” Wind Energy Conversion, Ed. J. M. Galt, (MEP : London) p. 33
  81. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1987   “Decommissioning Wind Turbines” Wind Energy Conversion, J. M. Galt, pp.  37-38 (MEP : London)
  82. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1988   “Fast moving wind energy”  Energy World, No. 155, Feb. 1988, p 13-15.
  83. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1988   “. . . and for my next gigawatt . . .” Windwatch by Beaufort Windirections, Vol. 8, No. 1, (Summer 1988), p. 9.
  84. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1988   “Cost trade-offs in wind energy” Wind Energy Conversion, Ed. D. J. Milborrow. (MEP : London) pp. 459-462
  85. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1988   “Such a comfort to us all” NATTA Newsletter (Open University: Milton Keynes, UK)
  86. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1988   “Second wind” The Engineer, Vol. 267, No. 6918, 27 Oct. 1988, pp. 30, 31.
  87. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1988 “Wind power for the UK – conclusions and recommendations” Wind  Power for the UK: IEE  Colloquium  Digest No.26 (IEE: London) p.2/1.
  88. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1988  “How wind statistics affect the economic development of wind power”  ECWEC, Herning (H. K. Stephens: Bedford, UK) pp. 1022-1026
  89. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1988   “Wind energy —  it’s the cheapest” IEE Review, Vol. 34, No. 1, pp. 30-31.
  90. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1989   “World-wide prospects for off-shore wind power” An Off-Shore Wind Power Mega-Project, J.E. Allen, (Roy Aero. Soc.: London)
  91. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1989  “A flood of wind turbines” Review of: An Off-Shore Wind Power Mega-Project, J.E. Allen, (Roy Aero. Soc. : London)
  92. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1989   “Wind energy costs and resources”  EWEC, Glasgow (H. K. Stephens : Bedford, UK ) pp. 1022-1026
  93. Swift-Hook, D. T. (with Lindley, D.), 1989   “The technical and economic status of wind energy” Wind Energy and the Environment, Ed. D. T. Swift-Hook, (Peter Peregrinus : London) pp. 1-5.
  94. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1989   “Off-shore wind power” Wind Energy and the Environment, D. T. Swift-Hook, (Peter Peregrinus : London) pp. 160-167.
  95. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1989   “Evidence to the Hinkley C nuclear power station enquiry”
  96. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1990   “Prospects for wind power” Energy World, 181, Sep. 1990, pp. 9-13.
  97. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1991 “Wind resource development – a marketing approach” Renewable  Energy, (Elsevier Science : London) pp. 1634-1645.
  98. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1992 “Renewables’ viability” Energy World: Letters, Dec. 1992, p. 20.
  99. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1993 “Wind farms  –  latest!” IEE Review: Letters, Vol. 39, No. 3, p. 102-103
  100. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1993 “An unhappy ending” Energy World, No. 206, Mar. 1993,     p. 2.
  101. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1994   “Electricity from nuclear energy” Energy World, No. 217, Apr. 1994, pp. 6-11.
  102. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1994   “The value of storage on power systems with intermittent energy sources” (with A. G. Ter-Gazarian)Renewable  Energy, Vol. 5, Part II, pp. 1479-1482 (Elsevier Science : London).
  103. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1995   “The secret of life without end” Energy World: Readers’Letters, Jul/Aug 1995, p. 23.
  104. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1996   “Nuclear is not worthless” Electrical Power Engineer: Letters, 78, No. 1, p. 23.
  105. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1996   “Has wind power converged?” IEE Review, Vol. 42, No. 2, pp. 72-3.
  106. Swift-Hook, D. T., 1997   “The whole life costing of wind energy”Renewable  Energy, Vol. 10, No. 2/3, pp. 247-251 (Elsevier Science : London).
  107. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2003   “A long way to go” (with D. J. Milborrow) IEE Power Engineer, Oct/Nov 2003, p 46.
  108. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2004   “Wind is a winner – and clean coal could push nuclear into third place”  Energy World, No. 318, Apr. 2004, p. 2.
  109. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2004   “Dr Swift-Hook responds” (to letters from P. Spare and L. G. Brookes) Energy World, No. 320, June 2004, p. 23.
  110. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2004   “Bring it on ”  IEE Power Engineer, Oct/Nov 2004, p 48.
  111. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2004   “Swings and roundabouts”  IEE Review, Oct/Nov 2004, p 48.
  112. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2005   “Wind power is here to stay”  Prospect Profile, Viewpoint, Jan. 2005.
  113. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2006   “Intermittent generation as negative load” (with D. J. Milborrow)  World Renewable Energy Congress IX(WREC: Florence).
  114. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2006   “Re-inforced  Laminated Concrete for the Construction of Marine Renewables Devices”  (with J. M. Pemberton and A. Tucker) World Renewable Energy Congress IX (WREC: Florence).
  115. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2006   “Wind power doesn’t beat nuclear  – yet”  Prospect Profile, Viewpoint, Dec. 2006, p 30.
  116. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2008   “Why renewable energy?”  World Renewable Energy Congress X, 19 – 25 Jul 2008 (WREC: Glasgow).
  117. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2008   “Reason to believe”  Engineering & Technology, 25 Jul 2008, pp 54 -56.
  118. Swift-Hook, D. T. (with A Tucker, J M Pemberton, J M Swift-Hook and J W Phillips), 2010   “Laminated Reinforced Concrete Technology for the SPERBOY Wave Energy Converter”  Marine Renewable and Offshore Wind Energy Conference‏, 24 Apr 2010(RINA: London).
  119. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2010   “Renewable Energy is the Last to be Stored” World Renewable Energy Congress XI, 25 – 30 Sep 2010(WREC: Abu Dhabi).
  120. Swift-Hook, D. T. (with A Tucker, J M Pemberton, J M Swift-Hook, M J Burrett and J W Phillips), 2010   “Laminated Reinforced Concrete Technology for the SPERBOY Wave Energy Converter” World Renewable Energy Congress XI, 25 – 30 Sep 2010 (WREC: Abu Dhabi).
  121. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2010   “The Case for Renewables apart from Global Warming”  World Renewable Energy Congress XI, 25 – 30 Sep 2010 (WREC: Abu Dhabi).
  122. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2010   “Grid-connected renewables are the last to be stored”  Renewable Energy, 35, pp 1967- 1969.
  123. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2012   “Say it softly: wind will soon overtake nuclear”  Prospect Profile, Viewpoint, Apr-May 2012.
  124. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2012   “Spilling  wind  leaves little room for storage”  World Renewable Energy Congress XII, 13 – 18 May 2012(WREC: Denver).
  125. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2013   “The case for renewables apart from global warming”  Renewable Energy, 49, pp. 147-150
  126. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2013   “Wind energy really is the last to be stored and solar energy cannot be stored economically” Renewable Energy, 50, pp. 971-976
  127. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2015 “Chapter 87 Wind power is the last to be stored” Renewable Energy in the Service of Mankind Vol 1 Ali Sayigh pp.969 – 977 (Springer, London)
  128. Swift-Hook, D. T., 2015 “Swift-Hook, D.T., 2015 “Chapter 127 Renewables are for saving fuel” Renewable Energy in the Service of Mankind Vol 2 Ali Sayigh pp. 301 – 310 (Springer, London)



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