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Exergoecology bibliography

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 231 references in this bibliography folder.

Boulding, K (1964).
The entropy trap
In: The Meaning of the Twentieth Century. George Allen & Unwit Ltd. London, chap. The entropy trap, pp. 141-144.

Szargut, J and Styrylska, T (1964).
Approximate evaluation of the exergy of fuels
Brennst. Waerme Kraft, 16(12):589-596.

Bosjankovic, F (1963).
Reference Level of Exergy of Chemically Reacting Systems
Forschung im Ingenieurwesen, 21:151-152.

Szargut, J (1961).
Exergy balance of metallurgical processes
Archiwum Hutnictwa, 6(1):23-60.

Calvo, G, Valero, A, and Valero, A ().
Thermodynamic Approach to Evaluate the Criticality of Raw Materials and Its Application through a Material Flow Analysis in Europe
Journal of Industrial Ecology:n/a–n/a.

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The Material Limits of Energy Transition: Thanatia

Antonio Valero Capilla, Alicia Valero Delgado and Guiomar Calvo

This book provides a holistic view of raw mineral depletion in the context of renewable energy transistion.

The material limits Thanatia


Thanatia. Los límites minerales del planeta

mites minerales del planeta

 Antonio Valero Capilla and Alicia Valero Delgado interviewed by Adrián Almazán

We need a material transition, not only energetic, that restores nature and effectively reuses materials. Gaia must be cared for by extending life on Earth and slowing its degradation towards Thanatia.

Thanatia los limites


Thermodynamics for Sustainable Management of Natural Resources

Cover Thermodynamics

Wojciech Stanek (Editor)

This book examines ways of assessing the rational management of nonrenewable resources. Integrating numerous methods, it systematically exposes the strengths of exergy analysis in resources management.

Thanatia: The Destiny of the Earth's Mineral Resources

Cover Thanatia

A Thermodynamic Cradle-to-Cradle Assessment by (author): Antonio Valero Capilla and Alicia Valero Delgado

Is Gaia becoming Thanatia, a resource exhausted planet? For how long can our high-tech society be sustained in the light of declining mineral ore grades, heavy dependence on un-recycled critical metals and accelerated material dispersion? These are all root causes of future disruptions that need to be addressed today.