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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, Magdalena, R, Calvo, G, Ascaso, S, Círez, F, and Ortego, A (2021).
Eco-credit system to incentivise the recycling of waste electric and electronic equipment based on a thermodynamic approach
International Journal of Exergy, 35(1):132-154.

Barnwal, A and Dhawan, N (2020).
Recycling of discarded mobile printed circuit boards for extraction of gold and copper
Sustainable Materials and Technologies, 25.

Bartie, NJ, Llamas, AA, Heibeck, M, Fröhling, M, Volkova, O, and Reuter, MA (2020).
The simulation-based analysis of the resource efficiency of the circular economy–the enabling role of metallurgical infrastructure
Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy: Transactions of the Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, 129:229-249.

Bookhagen, B, Bastian, D, Buchholz, P, Faulstich, M, Opper, C, Irrgeher, J, Prohaska, T, and Koeberl, C (2020).
Metallic resources in smartphones
Resources Policy, 68.

Bourgeois, D, Lacanau, V, Mastretta, R, Contino-Pépin, C, and Meyer, D (2020).
A simple process for the recovery of palladium from wastes of printed circuit boards
Hydrometallurgy, 191.

Carrara, S, Dias, PA, Plazzotta, B, and Pavel, C (2020).
Raw materials demand for wind and solar PV technologies in the transition towards a decarbonised energy system.
Publications Office of the European Union, 2020. (ISBN: 9789276162254).

Carrara, S, Dias, PA, Plazzotta, B, Pavel, C, and Centre., ECJR (2020).
Raw materials demand for wind and solar PV technologies in the transition towards a decarbonised energy system.
(ISBN: 9789276162254).

Charles, RG, Douglas, P, Dowling, M, Liversage, G, and Davies, ML (2020).
Towards Increased Recovery of Critical Raw Materials from WEEE– evaluation of CRMs at a component level and pre-processing methods for interface optimisation with recovery processes
Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 161.

Fernandes, IB, Llamas, AA, and Reuter, MA (2020).
Simulation-Based Exergetic Analysis of NdFeB Permanent Magnet Production to Understand Large Systems
JOM, 72:2754-2769.

Hannula, J, Godinho, JR, Llamas, AA, Luukkanen, S, and Reuter, MA (2020).
Simulation-Based Exergy and LCA Analysis of Aluminum Recycling: Linking Predictive Physical Separation and Re-melting Process Models with Specific Alloy Production
Journal of Sustainable Metallurgy, 6:174-189.

Llamas, AA, Bartie, NJ, Heibeck, M, Stelter, M, and Reuter, MA (2020).
Simulation-Based Exergy Analysis of Large Circular Economy Systems: Zinc Production Coupled to CdTe Photovoltaic Module Life Cycle
Journal of Sustainable Metallurgy, 6:34-67.

Moyo, T, Chirume, BH, and Petersen, J (2020).
Assessing alternative pre-treatment methods to promote metal recovery in the leaching of printed circuit boards
Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 152.

Simla, T and Stanek, W (2020).
Reducing the impact of wind farms on the electric power system by the use of energy storage
Renewable Energy, 145:772 - 782.

Tan, Q, Liu, L, Yu, M, and Li, J (2020).
An innovative method of recycling metals in printed circuit board (PCB) using solutions from PCB production
Journal of Hazardous Materials, 390.

Thorne, RJ, Sundseth, K, Bouman, E, Czarnowska, L, Mathisen, A, Skagestad, R, Stanek, W, Pacyna, JM, and Pacyna, EG (2020).
Technical and environmental viability of a European CO2 EOR system
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 92:102857.

Valero Capilla, A and Torres Cuadra, C (2020).
Relative Free Energy Function and Structural Theory of Thermoeconomics
Energies, 13(8):2024.

Velázquez-Martinez, O, Kontomichalou, A, Santasalo-Aarnio, A, Reuter, M, Karttunen, AJ, Karppinen, M, and Serna-Guerrero, R (2020).
A recycling process for thermoelectric devices developed with the support of statistical entropy analysis
Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 159.

Yan, G, Guo, J, Zhu, G, Zhang, Z, Zhao, P, Xiangnan, Z, and Zhang, B (2020).
Liberation enhancement and copper enrichment improvement for waste printed circuit boards by heating pretreatment
Waste Management, 106:145-154.

Zhu, Xn, Nie, Cc, Wang, Ss, Xie, Y, Zhang, H, Lyu, Xj, Qiu, J, and Li, L (2020).
Cleaner approach to the recycling of metals in waste printed circuit boards by magnetic and gravity separation
Journal of Cleaner Production, 248.

Jose-Luis, P, Abadias, A, Valero, A, Valero, A, and Reuter, M (2019).
The energy needed to concentrate minerals from common rocks: The case of copper ore
Energy, 181:494-503.

Korf, N, Løvik, AN, Figi, R, Schreiner, C, Kuntz, C, Mählitz, PM, Rösslein, M, Wäger, P, and Rotter, VS (2019).
Multi-element chemical analysis of printed circuit boards – challenges and pitfalls
Waste Management, 92:124-136.

Rangel, V, Torres, C, Zaleta, A, and Gomez, M (2019).
Computing the exergy costs of electricity, refrigeration and waste heat of a hybrid system based on a solid oxide fuel cells and an absortion refrigeration system
Energies, 12(18):3476.

Reuter, MA, Schaik, AV, Gutzmer, J, Bartie, N, and Abadías-Llamas, A (2019).
Challenges of the Circular Economy: A Material, Metallurgical, and Product Design Perspective
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Sethurajan, M, Hullebusch, EDv, Fontana, D, Akcil, A, Deveci, H, Batinic, B, Leal, JP, Gasche, TA, Kucuker, MA, Kuchta, K, Neto, IF, Soares, HM, and Chmielarz, A (2019).
Recent advances on hydrometallurgical recovery of critical and precious elements from end of life electronic wastes - a review
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology, 49:212-275.

Stanek, W and Simla, T (2019).
Exergetic Diagnostics of A Gas-And-Steam Power Plant
Civil and Environmental Engineering Reports, 29(1", pages: "1 - 17).

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