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Research Centre for Energy Resources and Consumption - iCIRCE
University of Zaragoza
(Zaragoza, Spain)
Research Centre for Energy Resources and Consumption - CIRCE
(Zaragoza, Spain)
Research Centre for Energy Resources and Consumption - iCIRCE
(Zaragoza, Spain)
Institute of Thermal Technology
Silesian University of Technology - ITC
(Gliwice,Poland)
Institute of Thermal Technology
Silesian University of Technology - ITC
(Gliwice,Poland)

 

Contributors

Dr. Guiomar Calvo  Research Centre for Energy Resources and Consumption - iCIRCE
Dr. Lucyna Czarnowska  Institute of Thermal Technology - ITC Silesian University of Technology
MSc. Stefan Bielenberg  Computer Science and Energy - ULYSEA S.L.

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