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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.

Ayres, RU (1999).
The second law, the fourth law, recycling and limits to growth
Ecological Economics, 29(3):473 - 483.

Rosen, M and Dincer, I (1999).
Exergy analysis of waste emissions
International journal of energy research, 23(13):1153-1163.

Alvarado, Sea (1998).
Energy-exergy optimization of comminution
Energy, 23(4):153-158.

Ayres, RU (1998).
Eco-thermodynamics: economics and the second law
Ecological Economics, 26(2):189 - 209.

van Gool, W (1998).
Thermodynamics of chemical references for exergy analysis
Energy Conversion and Management, 39(16-18):1719-1728.

Zaleta, A, Ranz, L, and Valero, A (1998).
Towards a unified measure of renewable resources availability: the exergy method applied to the water of a river
Energy Conversion and Management, 39(16-18):1911-1917.

Lior, N (1997).
Energy, exergy, and thermoeconomic analysis of the effects of fossil-fuel superheating in nuclear power plants
Energy C, 38:1585-1593.

Mcmahon, GF and Mrozek, JR (1997).
Economics, entropy and sustainability
Hydrological Sciences-Journal-des Sciences Hydrologiques, 42(4):501-512.

Svirezhev, Y (1997).
Exergy of the Biosphere
Ecological Modelling, 96:309-310.

Hamed, O, Zamamiri, A, Aly, S, and Lior, N (1996).
Thermal performance and exergy analysis of a thermal vapor compression desalination system
Energy Conversion and Management, 37:379-387.

Ayres, R and Martinas, K (1995).
Waste Potential Entropy: The Ultimate Ecotoxic
Economie Appliquee, XLVIII(2):95-120.

Dunbar, W, Moody, S, and Lior, N (1995).
Exergy analysis of an operating boiling-water-reactor nuclear power station
Energy Conversion and Management, 36, 3:149-159.

Wedepohl, KH (1995).
The composition of the continental crust
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 59(7):1217-1232.

Hueting, R (1993).
Calculating a Sustainable National Income: A Practical Solution for a Theoretical Dilemma
In: Entropy and BioEconomics: Proceedings of the First International Conference of the European Association for Bioeconomic Studies, pp. 322-343, Rome.

Daly, HE (1992).
Is the entropy law relevant to the economics of natural resource scarcity? Yes, of course it is!
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 23(1):91 - 95.

Dunbar, W, Lior, N, and Gaggioli, R (1992).
The component equations of energy and exergy
ASME J. Energy Resources Technology, 114:75-83.

Dunbar, W, Lior, N, and Gaggioli, R (1991).
Combining fuel cells with fuel-fired power plants for improved exergy efficiency
Energy, 16, 10:1259-1274.

Valero, A and Arauzo, I (1991).
Exergy outcomes associated with the greenhouse effects
In: AES, Second Analysis-Industrial and Environmental Applications, ed. by Reistad, G.M. and Moran, M.J. and Wepfer, W.J. and Lior, N., vol. 25, pp. 63-70, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Khalil, EL (1990).
Entropy law and exhaustion of natural resources Is Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen's paradigm defensible?
Ecological Economics, 2(2):163 - 178.

Holland, TJB (1989).
Dependance of entropy on volume for silicate and oxide minerals. A review and a predicture model
Amer. Miner., 74:5-13.

Kuemmel, R (1989).
Energy as a factor of production and entropy as a pollution indicator in macroeconomic modelling
Ecological Economics, 1(2):161 - 180.

Brookins, DG (1988).
Eh-pH Diagrams for Geochemistry
Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

Lozano, M and Valero, A (1988).
Methodology for calculating exergy in chemical processes
In: ASME. AES, ed. by Wepfer, W.J. and Tsatsaronis, G. and Bajura, R.A., vol. 4(600449).

Swenson, R (1988).
Emergence and the principle of maximum entropy production: Multi-level system Meeting of the International Society for General Systems Research, 32.theory, evolution, and non-equilibrium thermodynamics
In: Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Meeting of the International Society for General Systems Research.

Szargut, J, Morris, D, and Steward, F (1988).
Exergy analysis of thermal, chemical, and metallurgical processes
Hemisphere Publishing Corporation.

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