S1 Energetic System Analysis

Developing techniques for designing efficient and cost effective energy systems is one of the foremost challenges energy engineers face. In a world with finite natural resources and increasing energy demand, it becomes increasingly important to understand the mechanisms which degrade energy and resources and to develop systematic approaches for improving the design of energy systems and reducing the damage to the environment. 

This symposium addresses issues related to the simulation, analysis and improvement of the design and operation of energy systems, focusing on fundamental and applied research in the areas of thermodynamics, exergy and thermoeconomic analysis and optimisation of energy systems, including also energy management, waste utilisation for energetic  purposes and environmental impact of energy systems.

Scientific Committee:
Silvia Azucena Nebra (DE/FEM/UNICAMP) - Presidente
Waldyr Luiz Ribeiro Gallo (DE/FEM/UNICAMP) - Vice-Presidente
Silvio de Oliveira Júnior (IPT-USP)
José Antônio Perrella Ballestieri (UNESP-Guaratinguetá)
Luis Augusto Horta Nogueira (EFEI-Itajubá, ANP)

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