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  • Operators of anaerobic digestion plants could take a more holistic view of using waste heat from the process. One option is to utilise heat recovery methods more commonly associated with other parts of the energy industry – heat exchangers. Matt Hale runs through the detail. 

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  • Lucideon, formerly Ceram, is a leading international provider of materials development, testing and assurance. Through its offices and laboratories in the UK, US and the Far East, Lucideon provides materials and assurance expertise to clients in a wide range of sectors, including healthcare, constru...

  • Brunel is a world-class university based in Uxbridge, London. Brunel's distinctive mission has always been to combine academic rigour with the practical, entrepreneurial and imaginative approach pioneered by our namesake Isambard Kingdom Brunel. The School of Engineering and Design is a centre of te...

  • Hannaford Upright are building services and building environmental consulting engineers, providing engineering consultancy services including surveys of existing buildings, feasibility studies, reports and commissions for detailed design and contract administration in respect of mechanical (heat rec...

  • As with power generation, we need to decarbonise the UK heat production sector. But how? Organised by the Energy Institute and the Combined Heat and Power Association (CHPA), the Heat Conference 2012 will - perhaps - provide some answers, as Steve Hodgson previews.

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  • Organic Rankine Cycle turbines can be used to increase the energy efficiency of various industrial operations by turning waste heat into useful energy. Sabrina Santarossa explains.

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  • A method for economic assessment of hydrogen resources is developed by analogy with heat recovery. The effectiveness of hydrogen use is related to the cost of hydrogen recovery and the value added in hydrogen-consuming processes. Costs of hydrogen recovery by pressure swing adsorption and by membran...

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