Further Reading

Ahern JE (1980) The Exergy Method of Energy Systems Analysis. New York: Wiley.

Baehr HD (1962) Thermodynamik. Eine Einführung in die Grundlage und ihre technischen Anwendungen (in German). Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: Springer.

Bejan A, Tsatsaronis G, and Moran MJ (1996) Thermal Design and

Optimisation. New York: Wiley. Belli M and Sciubba E (2006) Extended exergy accounting as a general method for assessing the primary resource consumption of social and industrial systems. International Journal of Exergy 4(4): 421-440. Beyer J (1972) Zur Aufteilung der Primarenergiekosten in

Koppelprozessen auf Grundlage der Strukturanalyse. Energieanw 21(6): 179-183. (in German). Bosnjakovic F (ed.) (1961) Fachheft Exergie, Die praktische Bedeutung derExergie. BWK 13(11): 481-528. (in German). Brodyansky V (1968) A single criterion for assessing the performance of power plants. Combustion April (4). Reprinted in 1967 from Teploenergetika 14(3): 61-64. Costanza R, d'Arge R, de Groot R, etal. (1997) The value of the world's ecosystem services and natural capital. Nature 387: 313-326. Daly H (1996) Beyond Growth: The Economics of Sustainable

Development. Boston, MA: Beacon Press. Fath BD, Jorgensen SE, Patten BC, and straskraba M (2004)

Ecosystem growth and development. BioSystems 77: 223-231. Georgescu-Roegen N (1971) The Entropy Law and the Economic

Process. Boston: Harvard University Press. Jorgensen SE, Patten BC, and straskraba M (2000) Ecosystems emerging: 4. growth. Ecological Modelling 126: 413-422. Jorgensen Se and Fath BD (2004) Application of thermodynamic principles in ecology. Ecological Complexity 1: 15-28.

Kay J and Schneider E (2005) Into the Cool. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Kotas T (1985) The Exergy Method of Thermal Plant Analysis. London: Butterworths, Academic Press.

Moran MJ (1982) Availability Analysis: A Guide to Efficient Energy Use. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

Odum HT (1971) Environment, Power and Society. New York: Wiley.

Schrödinger E (1945) What is Life? The Physical Aspect of the Living Cell. New York, NY: Macmillan Publishing.

Sciubba E (2004) From engineering economics to extended exergy accounting: A possible path from 'monetary' to 'resource-based' costing. Journal of Indian Ecology 8(4): 318-329.

Sciubba E (2006) Extended Exergy as an Ecological Indicator: Some Preliminary Considerations, Proceedings of the Advances in Energy Studies, Porto Venere, Italy, pp. 434-443.

Sciubba E and Wall G (2006) Exergy-A brief commented history. Indian Journal of Thermodynamics 10(1): 10-26.

Szargut J (2005) The Exergy Method: Technical and Ecological Applications. Southampton, UK: WIT Press.

Valero A, Muñoz M, and Lozano MA (1986) A general theory of exergy saving. I: On the exergetic cost. Proceedings of the ASME Winter Annual Meeting (Vol. 3 - Second Law Analysis and Modeling), Anaheim, California, pp. 1-8.

Valero A, Munoz M, and Lozano MA (1986) A general theory of exergy saving. II: On the thermoeconomic cost. Proceedings of the ASME Winter Annual Meeting (Vol. 3 - Second Law Analysis and Modelling), Anaheim, California, pp. 9-16.

Valero A, Munoz M, and Lozano MA (1986) A general theory of exergy saving. III. Energy saving and thermo-economics. Proceedings of the ASME Winter Annual Meeting (Vol. 3 - Second Law Analysis and Modelling), Anaheim, California, pp. 17-21.

Wackernagel M and Rees W (1996) Our Ecological Footprint: Reducing Human Impact on the Earth. British Columbia: New Society Publishing.

Wall G and Gong M (2001) Exergy and sustainable development, Part 1: Conditions and concepts. International Journal of Exergy 1(4): 217-233.

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