EPJ Web of Conferences
Volume 33, 20122nd European Energy Conference
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Published online||02 October 2012|
- M.A Brown, and E. Logan (2008) “The Residential Energy and Carbon Footprints of the 100 Largest U.S. Metropolitan Areas,” Working Paper #39, Georgia Institute of Technology
- O. Dzioubinski, and R. Chipman (1999) “Trends in Consumption and Production: Household Energy Consumption,” United Nations Department of Economical and Social Affair -Discussion Paper No. 6
- P. Bertoli, and B. Atanasiu (2007) “Electricity Consumption and Efficiency Trends in the Enlarged European Union,” Institute of Environment and Sustainability, Luxemburg
- A. Goetzberger, C.Hebling, and H.W. Schock (2003) “Photovoltaic Materials, History, Status and Outlook,” Materials Science and Engineering, R. 40, pp. 1–46
- A. Zervos, and C. Kjaer (2009) “Pure Power,” A report by the European Wind Energy Association
- European Commission (2010) “A Strategy for Competitive, Sustainable and Secure Energy,” COM(2010) 639, Brussels
- S.P Breton, and G. Moe (2009) “Status, Plans and Technologies for Offshore Wind Turbines in Europe and North America,” Renewable Energy, Vol. 34, pp. 646–654
- S. Mertens (2003) “The Energy Yield of Roof Mounted Wind Turbines,” Wind Energy, Vol. 27, No. 6, pp. 507–518
- E. Benini, and A. Toffolo (2002) “Optimal Design of Horizontal-Axis Wind Turbines Using Blade-Element Theory and Evolutionary Computation,” Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, ASME, Vol. 124, pp. 357–363
- C. Hiroux, and M. Saguan (2011) “Large Scale Wind Power in European Electricity Markets: Time for Revisiting Support Schemes and Market Design?,” Energy Policy, Vol.38, pp.3135–3145
- A.B Suma, F. van Herwijnen, and J.C.T. Voorthuis (2007) “3D Adaptable Building Skin: Adaptive Space as a Guide Through a Corridor,” International Journal of Space Structures, Vol. 22, Nr. 3, pp. 169–177(9)
- A.B. Suma (2010) “Wind Energy System,” U.S. Pat. 20100247302, University of Miami
- G.B. Venturi (1799) “Experimental Enquiries Concerning the Principle of the Lateral Communication of Motion in Fluids: Applied to Explanation of Various Hydraulic Phenomena,” Translated from the French by Nicholson W, 1st English ed., J. Taylor, Architectural Library, High-Holborn, London
- A. Baylar, M.C Aydin, M. Unsal, and F. Ozkan (2009) “Numerical Modeling of Venturi Flows for Determining Air Injection Rates Using Fluent 6.2,” Mathematical and Computational Applications, Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 97–108
- M. Takao, T.Setoguchi, Y. Kinoue, and K. Kaneko (2007) “Wells Turbine with End Plates for Wave Energy Conversion,” Ocean Engineering, Vol. 34, Issue 11-12, pp. 1790–1795
- G.A Keoleian, S. Blanchard, and P. Reppe (2001) “Life-Cycle Energy, Cost, and Strategies for Improving a Single-Family House,” Journal of Industrial Ecology, Vol. 4, Issue. 2, pp. 135–156
- T. Ackerman (2005) “Wind Power in Power Systems,” John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, ISBN 0-470-85508-8 [CrossRef]
- Jaeger-Waldau Arnulf (2007) “Status Report 2006,” JRC Publications Repository, JRC36111, ISBN 978-92-79-05559-1
- Centraal Bureau der Statistiek (2009) “Use of Electricity, 1995–2008,” Compendium voor de Leefomgeving [Dutch]
- Koninklijke Nederlandse Meteorologisch Instituut (2010), “Klimatologie: Informatie over Het Weer in het Verleden,” KNMI, Klimatologie
- R. W.A Dekker, R.M Ferraro, A.B Suma, and S.P.G. Moonen (2012) “Interdisciplinary Design Study of a High-Rise Integrated Roof Wind Energy System,” 2nd European Energy Conference, Maastricht, the Netherlands
- R.M Ferraro, A.A Khayrullina, A.B Suma, and S.P.G. Moonen (2012) “Aerodynamic study of an Integrated Roof Wind Energy System by means of Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulations,” EWEA2012 Annual Event, Copenhagen, Denmark.
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