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Integration of solar thermal for improved energy efficiency in low-temperature-pinch industrial processes
MJ Atkins, MRW Walmsley, AS Morrison
Energy 35 (5), 1867-1873, 2010
1322010
Carbon emissions pinch analysis (CEPA) for emissions reduction in the New Zealand electricity sector
MJ Atkins, AS Morrison, MRW Walmsley
Applied Energy 87 (3), 982-987, 2010
1292010
Minimising carbon emissions and energy expended for electricity generation in New Zealand through to 2050
MRW Walmsley, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, PJJ Kamp, JR Neale
Applied Energy 135, 656-665, 2014
882014
Carbon Emissions Pinch Analysis for emissions reductions in the New Zealand transport sector through to 2050
MRW Walmsley, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, PJJ Kamp, JR Neale, A Chand
Energy 92, 569-576, 2015
802015
Integrating heat recovery from milk powder spray dryer exhausts in the dairy industry
MJ Atkins, MRW Walmsley, JR Neale
Applied Thermal Engineering 31 (13), 2101-2106, 2011
762011
The challenge of integrating non-continuous processes–milk powder plant case study
MJ Atkins, MRW Walmsley, JR Neale
Journal of Cleaner Production 18 (9), 927-934, 2010
662010
Integration of industrial solar and gaseous waste heat into heat recovery loops using constant and variable temperature storage
TG Walmsley, MRW Walmsley, MJ Atkins, JR Neale
Energy 75, 53-67, 2014
632014
Process integration between individual plants at a large dairy factory by the application of heat recovery loops and transient stream analysis
MJ Atkins, MRW Walmsley, JR Neale
Journal of Cleaner Production 34, 21-28, 2012
532012
A Unified Total Site Heat Integration targeting method for isothermal and non-isothermal utilities
AH Tarighaleslami, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, MRW Walmsley, PY Liew, ...
Energy 119, 10-25, 2017
492017
Integration options for solar thermal with low temperature industrial heat recovery loops
TG Walmsley, MRW Walmsley, AH Tarighaleslami, MJ Atkins, JR Neale
Energy 90, 113-121, 2015
492015
Achieving 33% renewable electricity generation by 2020 in California
MRW Walmsley, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins
Energy 92, 260-269, 2015
472015
Appropriate placement of vapour recompression in ultra-low energy industrial milk evaporation systems using Pinch Analysis
TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, MRW Walmsley, JR Neale
Energy 116, 1269-1281, 2016
452016
Improving energy recovery in milk powder production through soft data optimisation
TG Walmsley, MRW Walmsley, MJ Atkins, JR Neale
Applied Thermal Engineering 61 (1), 80-87, 2013
402013
A novel heat exchanger network bridge retrofit method using the modified energy transfer diagram
NS Lal, TG Walmsley, MRW Walmsley, MJ Atkins, JR Neale
Energy 155, 190-204, 2018
382018
Thermocline management of stratified tanks for heat storage
MRW Walmsley, MJ Atkins, J Riley
AIDIC Servizi Srl 18, 231-236, 2009
372009
Optimal energy supply structures for industrial food processing sites in different countries considering energy transitions
M Philipp, G Schumm, RH Peesel, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, F Schlosser, ...
Energy 146, 112-123, 2018
342018
Total site mass, heat and power integration using process integration and process graph
BHY Ong, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, MRW Walmsley
Journal of Cleaner Production 167, 32-43, 2017
342017
Thermo-economic optimisation of industrial milk spray dryer exhaust to inlet air heat recovery
TG Walmsley, MRW Walmsley, MJ Atkins, JR Neale, AH Tarighaleslami
Energy 90, 95-104, 2015
342015
Hydrothermal liquefaction of Radiata Pine with Kraft black liquor for integrated biofuel production
BHY Ong, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, MRW Walmsley
Journal of Cleaner Production 199, 737-750, 2018
302018
Methods for improving heat exchanger area distribution and storage temperature selection in heat recovery loops
MRW Walmsley, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, JR Neale
Energy 55, 15-22, 2013
302013
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