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CGAM Problem: Definition and Conventional Solution
Note: (idem 93.31). Reference LENI-ARTICLE-1994-026 Record created on 2005-08-08, modified on 2017-05-10
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Theory of the exergetic cost
The theoretical basis and several applications of the theory of exergetic cost, a major approach to the field of thermoeconomics, are presented in this paper. The fundamentals and criteria thatExpand
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On the cost formation process of the residues
Increasing concerns about the environmental impact and unreasonable consumption of natural resources for energy production and conversion processes have led to analyze thoroughly the current state ofExpand
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Synthesis of zeolites from fly ash at pilot plant scale. Examples of potential applications
This study focuses on the synthesis of zeolites from Spanish fly ashes at laboratory (g and kg sample size) and pilot plant (metric ton sample size) scales, and on the potential application of theExpand
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Life Cycle Assessment of Water Production Technologies - Part 2: Reverse Osmosis Desalination versus the Ebro River Water Transfer (9 pp)
Abstract-Preamble. This series of two papers analyses and compares the environmental loads of different water production technologies in order to establish, in a global, rigorous and objective way,Expand
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Decreasing ore grades in global metallic mining: A theoretical issue or a global reality?
Mining industry requires high amounts of energy to extract and process resources, including a variety of concentration and refining processes. Using energy consumption information, differentExpand
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Allocation of waste cost in thermoeconomic analysis
In any energy system there are unwanted residual output flows that are necessary to obtain final products. These are known as waste, and represent an exergy loss that has an inherent cost that mustExpand
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Decreasing Ore Grades in Global Metallic Mining: A Theoretical Issue or a Global Reality?
Mining industry requires high amounts of energy to extract and process resources, including a variety of concentration and refining processes. Using energy consumption information, differentExpand
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Ash fouling in coal-fired utility boilers. Monitoring and optimization of on-load cleaning
Even though considerable advances have been made in the fields of boiler design and coal characterization, ash deposition on heat transfer surfaces continues to be a significant problem in existingExpand
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Structural theory as standard for thermoeconomics
In this paper the Structural Theory of Thermoeconomics is proposed as a standard and common mathematical formulation for all thermoeconomic methodologies employing thermoeconomic models that can beExpand
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