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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.

Valero, A, Carpintero, O, Valero D., A, and Calvo, G (2014).
How to account for mineral depletion. The exergy and economic mineral balance of Spain as a case study
Ecological Indicators, 46:548-559.

Domínguez, A, Valero, A, and Valero, A (2013).
Exergy accounting applied to metallurgical systems: The case of nickel processing
Energy, 62:37–45.

Le, H, Yamasue, E, Okumura, H, and Ishihara, KN (2013).
MEMRECS—A Sustainable View for Metal Recycling from Waste Printed Circuit Boards
Journal of Environmental Protection, 04:803-810.

Li, W, Esders, B, and Breier, M (2013).
SMD segmentation for automated PCB recycling
In: , pp. 65-70 (ISBN: 9781479907526).

Valero D., A, Valero, A, and Domínguez, A (2013).
Exergy Replacement Cost of Mineral Resources
Journal of Environmental Accounting and Management, 1(1):147-158.

Valero, A, Uson, S, Torres, C, Valero, A, Agudelo, A, and Costa, J (2013).
Thermoeconomic tools for the analysis of eco-industrial parks
Energy, 62(0):62–72.

Lee, J, Kim, Y, and Lee, Jc (2012).
Disassembly and physical separation of electric/electronic components layered in printed circuit boards (PCB)
Journal of Hazardous Materials, 241-242:387-394.

Sciubba, E (2012).
A Thermodynamically Correct Treatment of Externalities with an Exergy-Based Numéraire
Sustainability, 4:933-957.

Valero D., A and Valero, A (2012).
What are the clean reserves of fossil fuels?
Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 68:126 - 131.

Valero D., A, Valero, A, and Vieillard, P (2012).
The thermodynamic properties of the upper continental crust: Exergy, Gibbs free energy and enthalpy
Energy, 41(0):121 - 127.

Valero, A and Valero D., A (2012).
Assessing the exergy of the miineral capital on Earth: a proposal to the United Nations System of Environmental-Economic Accounting
In: Inproceedings of CPOTE 2012, Gliwice, Poland.

Valero, A and Valero D., A (2012).
Assessing the Exergy Mineral Capital on Earth: A proposal to the United Nations System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (UNSC-SEEA)
In: 3th International Conference on Contemporary Problems of Thermal Engineering (CPOTE), Gliwice, Poland.

Valero, A and Valero D., A (2012).
Exergy of comminution and the Thanatia Earth's model
Energy, 44:1085-1093.

Zhang, N, Lior, N, and Luo, C (2012).
Use of Low/Mid-Temperature Solar Heat for Thermochemical Upgrading of Energy, Part II: A Novel Zero-Emissions Design (ZE-SOLRGT) of the Solar Chemically-Recuperated Gas-Turbine Power Generation System (SOLRGT) guided by its Exergy Analysis.
ASME J. of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power, 134, 7:072302 1-8.

Carter, T (2011).
An introduction to information theory and entropy
CSU Stanislaus.

Font de Mora, E, Torres, C, and Valero, A (2011).
Assessment of Biodiesel Energy Sustainability Using the Exergy Return on Investment Concept
In: Proceedings of ECOS 2011, Novi Sad, Serbia.

Kasper, AC, Berselli, GB, Freitas, BD, Tenório, JA, Bernardes, AM, and Veit, HM (2011).
Printed wiring boards for mobile phones: Characterization and recycling of copper
Waste Management, 31:2536-2545.

Kümmel, R (2011).
The Second Law of Economics: Energy, Entropy, and the Origins of Wealth
Springer, Heidelberg. The Frontiers Collection.

Oguchi, M, Murakami, S, Sakanakura, H, Kida, A, and Kameya, T (2011).
A preliminary categorization of end-of-life electrical and electronic equipment as secondary metal resources
Waste Management, 31:2150-2160.

Valero D., A, Valero, A, and Gómez, JB (2011).
The crepuscular planet. A model for the exhausted continental crust
Energy, 36(1):694 - 707.

Valero, A and Valero D., A (2011).
A prediction of the exergy loss of the world's mineral reserves in the 21st century
Energy, 36:1848-1854.

Valero, A, Agudelo, A, and Valero, A (2011).
The crepuscular planet. A model for the exhausted atmosphere and hydrosphere
Energy, 36:3745-3753.

Valero, A, Valero D., A, and Cortés, C (2011).
Exergy of Comminution and the Crepuscular Planet
In: Proceedings of the 6th Dubrovnik Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy Water and Environmental Systems, Dubrovnik, Croatia.

Yamane, LH, Moraes, VTd, Espinosa, DCR, and Tenório, JAS (2011).
Recycling of WEEE: Characterization of spent printed circuit boards from mobile phones and computers
Waste Management, 31:2553-2558.

Martínez, A, Uche, J, Valero, A, and Valero-Delgado, A (2010).
Environmental costs of a river watershed within the European water framework directive: Results from physical hydronomics
Energy, 35(2):1008 - 1016.

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