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    • Cost-Effective Energy Integrated Production Scheduling in Sustainable Manufacturing Systems 

      Efretuei, Nedak O. (2015-10-21)
      The increasing temperature of the earth has been a major concern to scientist, and the world at large. This increase is the result of huge amount of greenhouse gas emission, which mainly consists of carbon dioxide. The ...
    • The Plant—An experiment in urban food sustainability 

      Chance, Eva; Ashton, Wesylnne; Pereira, Jonathan; Mulrow, John; Noberto, Julia; Derrible, Sybil; Guilbert, Stephane (Wiley, 2017-08-22)
      Indoor farming and food production systems present a unique opportunity for altering the sustainability of the urban food landscape through innovations in food, energy, and water (FEW) flows. Compared to traditional farming, ...
    • Simulation of Emerging Smaller-Scale Tri-Generation Systems 

      Cicciarella, Francesco (2015-10-21)
      Support for renewable energy and for actions aiming at increasing energy efficiency represents a fundamental objective for both governments and private investors. Depletion of energy resources and global pollution effects, ...
    • Solid State Lighting: A Nanoenabled Case Study in Sustainability 

      Hicks, Andrea L. (2014-10-28)
      This work uses three household lighting technology options (incandescent, compact fluorescent (CFL), and light emitting diode (LED)) in a nanoenabled case study of artificial lighting. Life cycle assessment (LCA) is used ...