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The organic Rankine cycle (ORC) is widely acknowledged as a sustainable power cycle. However, the traditional approach commonly adopted for its optimal design involves sequential consideration of working fluid selection, plant configuration, and component types, before the optimization of state...
Zinc air batteries (ZABs) are gaining popularity as a viable substitute for lithium‐based batteries in recent years because of their availability of raw materials, high energy density, affordability, and renewability. However, there remain challenges that have not been solved, like the lack of...
Water splitting (WS) driven by solar energy is considered as a promising strategy to produce renewable hydrogen from water with minimal environmental impact. Realization of large‐scale hydrogen production by this approach requires cost‐effective, efficient and stable materials to drive the WS...
The sustainable use of plant biomass (PB) to produce new valuable compounds helps alleviate the world's excessive reliance on fossil fuels. Among the different processes available, pyrolysis has drawn significant attention for its efficiency in converting PB (including lignin, hemicellulose, and...
Parabolic trough collectors and linear Fresnel collectors are mature technologies for power production, and they are being recently applied to provide solar heat for industrial needs. Conventionally, they use a liquid as heat transfer fluid, either thermal oil or water, to carry heat from the...
The continuous increase in global surface temperature, which has been triggered by the increase in atmospheric CO2 concentration from anthropogenic activity, results in damage not only in the short term but also in the long term. This damage, called the social cost of carbon (SCC), has been...
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