His primary areas of investigation include Cogeneration, Life-cycle assessment, Waste management, Environmental impact assessment and Thermoeconomics. His Cogeneration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Energy supply, Environmental economics, Electricity and Integer programming. His research on Waste management often connects related topics like Renewable energy.
His study on Environmental impact assessment also encompasses disciplines like
His primary areas of study are Xenon, Double beta decay, Process engineering, Nuclear physics and Detector. His Xenon research includes elements of Scintillation and Electron, Time projection chamber. His Process engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Renewable energy, Cogeneration and Thermal energy storage.
His studies deal with areas such as Waste management, Electricity and Power station as well as Cogeneration. His Gamma ray study in the realm of Nuclear physics connects with subjects such as High pressure. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Detector, concentrating on Tracking and frequently concerns with Silicon photomultiplier.
His primary scientific interests are in Process engineering, Thermal energy storage, Renewable energy, Xenon and Thermal energy. In the field of Process engineering, his study on Thermoeconomics and Exergy overlaps with subjects such as Component. His studies in Xenon integrate themes in fields like Excited state, Radiative transfer, Electron and Double beta decay.
Double beta decay is a subfield of Nuclear physics that Luis M. Serra tackles. His research in Nuclear physics intersects with topics in Detector and Sensitivity. Luis M. Serra combines subjects such as Photovoltaics, Chilled water, Energy supply, Pinch analysis and Cogeneration with his study of Thermal energy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Signal, Xenon, Cost allocation, Thermal energy storage and Thermoeconomics. His research on Xenon concerns the broader Nuclear physics. His work carried out in the field of Nuclear physics brings together such families of science as Detector, Topology and Sensitivity.
His work deals with themes such as Energy flow, Process engineering and Process, which intersect with Cost allocation. His research integrates issues of Heat pump, Photovoltaic system, Work and Renewable energy in his study of Thermal energy storage. His Double beta decay research includes themes of Q value, Beta decay and Time projection chamber.
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CGAM Problem: Definition and Conventional Solution
Antonio Valero;Miguel A. Lozano;Luis Serra;George Tsatsaronis.
Life cycle assessment of MSF, MED and RO desalination technologies
Gemma Raluy;Luis Serra;Javier Uche.
Probing new physics models of neutrinoless double beta decay with SuperNEMO
R. Arnold;C. Augier;J. Baker;A. S. Barabash.
European Physical Journal C (2010)
Application of the exergetic cost theory to the CGAM problem
A. Valero;M.A. Lozano;L. Serra;C. Torres.
Polygeneration and efficient use of natural resources
Luis M. Serra;Miguel-Angel Lozano;Jose Ramos;Adriano V. Ensinas.
Analysis of process steam demand reduction and electricity generation in sugar and ethanol production from sugarcane
Adriano V. Ensinas;Silvia A. Nebra;Miguel A. Lozano;Luis M. Serra.
Energy Conversion and Management (2007)
Structural theory as standard for thermoeconomics
Berit Erlach;Luis Serra;Antonio Valero.
Energy Conversion and Management (1999)
Cost optimization of the design of CHCP (combined heat, cooling and power) systems under legal constraints
Miguel A. Lozano;Jose C. Ramos;Luis M. Serra.
Life cycle assessment of water treatment technologies: wastewater and water-reuse in a small town
M. Ortiz;R.G. Raluy;L. Serra.
Structural theory and thermoeconomic diagnosis: Part I. On malfunction and dysfunction analysis
César Torres;Antonio Valero;Luis Serra;Javier Royo.
Energy Conversion and Management (2002)
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