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George Tsatsaronis (2007)

Definitions and nomenclature in exergy analysis and exergoeconomics

Energy, 32(4):249 - 253.

This paper presents the definitions of some terms used in exergy analysis and exergy costing, discusses options for the symbols to be used for exergy and some exergoeconomic variables, and presents the nomenclature for the remaining terms.

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ECOS 05. 18th International Conference on Efficiency, Cost, Optimization, Simulation, and Environmental Impact of Energy Systems

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