2004 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
The Canadian Academy of Engineering
Marc A. Rosen focuses on Exergy, Waste management, Process engineering, Exergy efficiency and Renewable energy. To a larger extent, Marc A. Rosen studies Thermodynamics with the aim of understanding Exergy. His Waste management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hydrogen production, Combined cycle, Biomass and Organic Rankine cycle.
His Process engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electric power system, Power station, Capital cost, Solar energy and Thermal power station. Evolutionary algorithm is closely connected to Total cost in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Exergy efficiency. His Renewable energy research incorporates elements of Simulated annealing, Fossil fuel, Automotive engineering and Wind power.
Marc A. Rosen mainly focuses on Exergy, Waste management, Process engineering, Exergy efficiency and Hydrogen production. His study on Exergy is covered under Thermodynamics. His Waste management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biomass, Combined cycle, Environmental engineering and Renewable energy.
His Process engineering research integrates issues from Electricity generation, Heat exchanger, Electricity and Solar energy. His studies deal with areas such as Life-cycle assessment and Chemical engineering as well as Hydrogen production. As a part of the same scientific study, Marc A. Rosen usually deals with the Environmental economics, concentrating on Sustainability and frequently concerns with Sustainable development.
His main research concerns Exergy, Process engineering, Renewable energy, Waste management and Exergy efficiency. His Exergy study combines topics in areas such as Electricity generation, Organic Rankine cycle, Hydrogen production, Combustion chamber and Combined cycle. His work in Process engineering addresses issues such as Cogeneration, which are connected to fields such as Boiler.
His research on Renewable energy also deals with topics like
His scientific interests lie mostly in Exergy, Process engineering, Renewable energy, Waste management and Exergy efficiency. His Exergy research includes themes of Organic Rankine cycle, Heat exchanger, Combustion chamber, Combined cycle and Cogeneration. The various areas that Marc A. Rosen examines in his Process engineering study include Coefficient of performance, Energy transformation, Desalination and Electric power.
His work deals with themes such as Wind speed, Reliability engineering, Solar energy, Automotive engineering and Energy storage, which intersect with Renewable energy. His Waste management study incorporates themes from Hydrogen production, Steam reforming and Life-cycle assessment. His studies deal with areas such as Gas compressor, Solid oxide fuel cell and Cost of electricity by source as well as Exergy efficiency.
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Thermal Energy Storage: Systems and Applications
Marc A. Rosen;Ibrahim Dincer.
Exergy: Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development
İbrahim Dinçer;Marc A. Rosen.
District heating and cooling: Review of technology and potential enhancements
Behnaz Rezaie;Marc A. Rosen.
Applied Energy (2012)
Role of exergy in increasing efficiency and sustainability and reducing environmental impact
Marc A. Rosen;Ibrahim Dincer;Mehmet Kanoglu.
Energy Policy (2008)
Geothermal heat pump systems: Status review and comparison with other heating options
Stuart J. Self;Bale V. Reddy;Marc A. Rosen.
Applied Energy (2013)
Exergy as the confluence of energy, environment and sustainable development
Marc A Rosen;Ibrahim Dincer.
Exergy, An International Journal (2001)
On hydrogen and hydrogen energy strategies. I: current status and needs
Adnan Midilli;M Ay;I Dincer;MA Rosen.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2005)
Exergy, exergoeconomic and environmental analyses and evolutionary algorithm based multi-objective optimization of combined cycle power plants
Pouria Ahmadi;Ibrahim Dincer;Marc A. Rosen.
Recent advances in the development of biomass gasification technology: A comprehensive review
S.K. Sansaniwal;K. Pal;M.A. Rosen;S.K. Tyagi.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2017)
Economic and environmental comparison of conventional, hybrid, electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles
Mikhail Granovskii;Ibrahim Dincer;Marc A. Rosen.
Journal of Power Sources (2006)
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