Welcome to an online 200 hrs course on Exergy Economics


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Literature: Boyd, S. and Vandenberghe, L. Convex Optimization (2008) 730 p. Cambridge University Press, http://www.stanford.edu/~boyd/cvxbook/bv_cvxbook.pdf.

El-Sayed, Yehia M. “Thermodynamics and Thermoeconomics”, Int.J. Applied Thermodynamics, Vol. 2 (No.1), pp.5-18, March-1999. http://www.icatweb.org/vol2/2.1/5-el-sayed.pdf

El-Sayed, Yehia M. The Thermoeconomics of Energy Conversions 2003 276 p. http://www.ebookee.com/The-Thermoeconomics-of-Energy-Conversions_193404.html

Gong, M. and Wall, G. On Exergy and Sustainable Development, Part II: Indicators and Methods (2001) 17 p. http://www.exergy.se/ftp/gw2exij.pdf.

Quantities, Units and Symbols in Physical Chemistry (1993) 165 p. Blackwell Science, http://www.iupac.org/publications/books/gbook/green_book_2ed.pdf.

The Exergoecological Portal, http://www.exergoecology.com.

Wall, G. Thermoeconomic optimization of a heat pump system, Energy 11, 957-967 (1986) and International Journal of Refrigeration14, 336-340 (1991) http://www.exergy.se/ftp/paper4a.pdf and http://www.exergy.se/ftp/paper4b.pdf.

Wall, G. and Gong, M. Exergy Analysis versus Pinch Technology (1996), presented at ECOS'96, Efficiency, Costs, Optimization, Simulation and Environmental Aspects of Energy Systems, June 25-27, 1996, Stockholm, Sweden, publ. P. Alvfors et al Eds., ISBN 91-7170-664-X, pp. 451-455 http://www.exergy.se/ftp/eavpt.pdf.

Wall, G. and Gong, M. On Exergy and Sustainable Development, Part I: Conditions and Concepts (2001) 18 p. http://www.exergy.se/ftp/wg1exij.pdf.

Wall, G. Exergetics (2009) 151 p. http://www.exergy.se/ftp/exergetics.pdf.

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