Subject: Chemistry | TP1-1185 | QD1-999 | water-energy nexus | biofuels | Chemical technology | global optimization
The water footprint of energy systems must be considered, as future water scarcity has been identified as a major concern. This work presents a general life cycle network modeling and optimization framework for energy-based products and processes using a functional unit... View more
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