Exergetic Assessment for Resources Input and Environmental Emissions by Chinese Industry during 1997–2006

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Bo Zhang; Beihua Peng; Mingchu Liu;

This paper presents an overview of the resources use and environmental impact of the Chinese industry during 1997–2006. For the purpose of this analysis the thermodynamic concept of exergy has been employed both to quantify and aggregate the resources input and the envi... View more
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