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Water resources protection today: End-of-pipe technology and cleaner production. Case study of the Czech Odra River watershed
SIRRUS: evaluation software of the technical and economic profitability of rainwater on an industrial site
Effect of occupancy patterns on the long-term performance of roof-space solar-energy collectors on domestic dwellings in a Northern European climate
Quantifying Inputs of Pesticides to the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park - A Case Study in the Herbert River Catchment of North-East Queensland
In order to identify approaches for integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) plant optimization it is necessary to analyse where and why the losses in the process occur. Therefore a structured exergy analysis of an IGCC with carbon capture was performed to identify losses on a plant, subsystem and individual component level. The investigation of the IGCC base case revealed an exergetic efficiency of 40%. Thus, 60% of the whole fuel exergy is lost in the process. On the subsystem level it was found that the major loss contributor is the combined cycle followed by the gas treatment section and the gasification island. Furthermore, it was demonstrated that the significance of the losses is higher in upstream processes...
Wasted? -- An analysis of recent significant cases on waste management and water law and its interpretation in Scotland