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Tutorials and examples

Tutorial and examples

Tutorials and documentation

The tutorial for TAESS gives a fast introduction of the capabilities of the program, how to install it and how to make a thermoeconomic analysis of a simple energy system.

You could find TAESS Web Help for Version 2.0 here

To get the tutorial as a PDF file follow this links:

A tutorial presentation about TAESS could be follow this link (5.6MB): ppt_ico TAESS_ECOS07.pps

A more detailed information about the functionality of TAESS can be found in the following document (350KB):  pdf_ico.png TAESS_ECOS07.pdf

In the following link you can find a list of the most relevant bibliography in Thermoeconomic Analysis.

In the CIRCE web page you also can find a scientific database with an extensive collection of publications on Thermoeconomics.

Examples

The TAESS distribution includes folder with several examples of themodynamic cycles. If you like to contribute you could send us your own examples and they will be included in the distribution, with our acknowledges

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