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The Thermoeconomics of Energy Conversions provides a multidisciplinary approach to the optimal design of energy-intensive systems. The component disciplines of thermodynamics, design and economics are mathematically formulated to provide optimal system design. This approach is contemporary and unique in its smooth take-off from thermodynamic analysis.
The outcome of more than 20 years of thermoeconomics development, this book is an essential reference resource for practising engineers and researchers, as well as system and device engineers. As a research-oriented textbook, it is particularly valuable to students expecting to reshape traditional energy system design into a more powerful optimal-design methodology during their careers.