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

There are 231 references in this bibliography folder.

Hermann, WA (2006).
Quantifying global exergy resources
Energy, 31:1685-1702.

Jorgensen, S (2006).
Eco-Exergy as Sustainability
WIT Press, UK.

Lior, N, Sarmiento-Darkin, W, and Al-Sharqawi, H (2006).
The exergy fields in transport processes: Their calculation and use
Energy, 31:553-578.

Meester, BD, Dewulf, J, Janssens, A, and Langenhove, Hv (2006).
An Improved Calculation of the Exergy of Natural Resources for Exergetic Life Cycle Assessment (ELCA)
Environ. Sci. Technol., 40:6844-6851.

Susani, L, Pulselli, FM, Jørgensen, SE, and Bastianoni, S (2006).
Comparison between technological and ecological exergy
Ecological Modelling, 193(3–4):447 - 456.

Trubaev, P (2006).
Exergy analysis of thermal processes in the building materials industry
Theoretical Foundations of Chemical Engineering, 40(2):175-182.

Valero D., A, Valero, A, and Arauzo, I (2006).
Evolution of the decrease in mineral exergy throughout the 20th century. The case of copper in the US
In: Inproceedings of ECOS 2006, Aghia Pelagia, Crete, Greece.

Valero D., A, Valero, A, and Arauzo, I (2006).
Exergy as an indicator for resources scarcity. The exergy loss of Australian mineral capital, a case study
In: Proceedings of IMECE2006, ASME, Chicago, USA.

Valero D., A, Valero, A, Martínez, A, and Mudd, G (2006).
A physical way to assess the decrease of mineral capital through exergy. The Australian case
In: Proceedings of ISEE 2006, Ninth Biennial Conference on the International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE). ``Ecological Sustainability and Human Well-being'', New Delhi, India.

Zhang, N and Lior, N (2006).
A novel near-zero emission thermal cycle with LNG cryogenic exergy utilization
Energy, 31:1666-1679.

Zhang, N and Lior, N (2006).
Proposal and analysis of a novel zero CO2 emission cycle with LNG cryogenic exergy utilization
ASME J. Energy Resources Technology, 128:81-91.

Dewulf, J, Langenhove, Hv, and Velde, Bvd (2005).
Exergy-Based Efficiency and Renewability Assessment of Biofuel Production
Environ. Sci. Technol., 39:3878-3882.

Lior, N and Al-Sharqawi, H (2005).
Exergy analysis of flow dehumidification by solid desiccants
Energy, 30, 6:915-931.

Schwartzman, DLC (2005).
Temperature, Biogenesis and Biospheric Self-Organization
In: Non-equilibrium Thermodynamics and the Production of Entropy: Life, Earth and Beyond, ed. by A. Kleidon and R. Lorenz. Springer, chap. Temperature, Biogenesis and Biospheric Self-Organization, pp. 207-217.

Szargut, J (2005).
Exergy method: technical and ecological applications
WIT-press, Ashurst, UK.

Valero D., A, Valero, A, and Martinez, A (2005).
Exergy evaluation of the mineral capital on Earth. Influence of the reference environment
In: Proceedings of IMECE 2005, ASME, Orlando, USA.

Wall, G (2005).
Exergy capital and sustainable development
In: Proceedings of the Second International Exergy, Energy and Environment Symposium, Kos, Greece.

Hau, J and Bakshi, B (2004).
Expanding Exergy Analysis to Account for Ecosystem Products and Services
Environ. Sci. Technol., 38:3768-3777.

Li, J, Shrivastava, P, Gao, Z, and Zhang, HC (2004).
Printed circuit board recycling: A state-of-the-art survey
IEEE Transactions on Electronics Packaging Manufacturing, 27:33-42.

Rivero, R and Garfias, M (2004).
Standard Chemical Exergy Updated. Part II
In: Energy-Efficient, Cost-Effective, and Environmentally-Sustainable Systems and Processes, ed. by R. Rivero and L. Monroy and R. Pulido and G. Tsatsaronis, vol. 2, pp. 773-785.

Rudnick, RL and Gao, S (2004).
Composition of the Continental Crust
In: The Crust: Treatise on Geochemistry, ed. by R. L. Rudnick. Elsevier Pergamon, vol. 3, chap. Composition of the Continental Crust, pp. 1-64.

S.E., W and M.A., R (2004).
Energetic efficiencies and the exergy content of terrestrial solar radiation
Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, 126(1):673-676.

Ayres, R, Ayres, L, and Warr, B (2003).
Exergy, power and work in the US economy, 1900 to1998
Energy, 28:219-273.

Ernst, T, Popp, R, Wolf, M, and van Eldik, R (2003).
Analysis of eco-relevant elements and noble metals in printed wiring boards using AAS, ICP-AES and EDXRF
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 375:805-814.

Sciubba, E (2003).
Extended exergy accounting applied to energy recovery from waste: The concept of total recycling
Energy, 28:1315-1334.

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