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2013 (Vol. 6, Issue: 01)
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Optimizing the Fuel Consumption and Providing the Environmental Indicators in Green Architecture by using the Exergy Analysis

Nasim Bahmn
Corresponding Author:  Nasim Bahmn 

Key words:  Exergy, fossil fuels, Green architecture, pinch, , ,
Vol. 6 , (01): 113-118
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October 30, 2012 December 21, 2012 June 05, 2013
Abstract:

This study aims to evaluate the reduced consumption of fossil fuels which lead to the environmental pollution, high costs and intensified fuel crisis in global markets. This research is applied based on the objective, has a type of library research and is among the survey research based on the method. The method of library studies with the document branch is applied in order to collect the required¬ data; and the information related to the variables of research is extracted by referring to the scientific sources and accessible documents of relevant organizations. Providing the consumed electric power in this article has been classified into three sections of manufacturing, distribution and consumption. As noted in the theoretical studies, the library studies and review of Ministry of Energy statistics indicate that about 80% of fuel of industry sector is consumed in power plants and refineries and the power plants play the highest role in the environmental pollution after the transportation sector. Therefore, by using the exergy and pinch technologies and developing the thermodynamic laws, it has been tried to provide the computational methods to reduce the energy consumption.
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Nasim Bahmn, 2013. Optimizing the Fuel Consumption and Providing the Environmental Indicators in Green Architecture by using the Exergy Analysis.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 6(01): 113-118.
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