His Thermodynamics study frequently links to other fields, such as Thermal. His study ties his expertise on Thermodynamics together with the subject of Thermal. He applies his multidisciplinary studies on Process engineering and Process integration in his research. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Process integration and Process engineering research. His Power (physics) study typically links adjacent topics like Electricity generation. His study in Organic Rankine cycle extends to Electricity generation with its themes. His research on Organic Rankine cycle frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Mechanical engineering. He incorporates Mechanical engineering and Automotive engineering in his research. He performs multidisciplinary study on Automotive engineering and Electrical engineering in his works.
Ricardo Chacartegui connects Process engineering with Thermodynamics in his research. He combines Thermodynamics and Process engineering in his studies. Power (physics) and Work (physics) are two areas of study in which Ricardo Chacartegui engages in interdisciplinary research. While working on this project, he studies both Work (physics) and Power (physics). In his work, Ricardo Chacartegui performs multidisciplinary research in Mechanical engineering and Nuclear engineering. In most of his Organic chemistry studies, his work intersects topics such as Carbon dioxide. As part of his studies on Carbon dioxide, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Organic chemistry. His work on Electrical engineering is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Power station. His research brings together the fields of Electrical engineering and Power station.
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Alternative ORC bottoming cycles FOR combined cycle power plants
R. Chacartegui;D. Sánchez;J.M. Muñoz;T. Sánchez.
Applied Energy (2009)
Alternative cycles based on carbon dioxide for central receiver solar power plants
R. Chacartegui;J.M. Muñoz de Escalona;D. Sánchez;B. Monje.
Applied Thermal Engineering (2011)
Advances in thermal energy storage materials and their applications towards zero energy buildings: A critical review
Jesús Lizana;Ricardo Chacartegui;Angela Barrios-Padura;José Manuel Valverde.
Applied Energy (2017)
Thermochemical energy storage of concentrated solar power by integration of the calcium looping process and a CO2 power cycle
R. Chacartegui;A. Alovisio;A. Alovisio;C. Ortiz;J.M. Valverde.
Applied Energy (2016)
Optimizing the CSP-Calcium Looping integration for Thermochemical Energy Storage
A. Alovisio;A. Alovisio;R. Chacartegui;C. Ortiz;J.M. Valverde.
Energy Conversion and Management (2017)
The Calcium-Looping (CaCO3/CaO) process for thermochemical energy storage in Concentrating Solar Power plants
C. Ortiz;J.M. Valverde;Ricardo Chacartegui;Luis A. Pérez-Maqueda.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2019)
Power cycles integration in concentrated solar power plants with energy storage based on calcium looping
C. Ortiz;R. Chacartegui;J.M. Valverde;A. Alovisio.
Energy Conversion and Management (2017)
Thermal and electrochemical model of internal reforming solid oxide fuel cells with tubular geometry
D. Sánchez;R. Chacartegui;A. Muñoz;T. Sánchez.
Journal of Power Sources (2006)
Process integration of Calcium-Looping thermochemical energy storage system in concentrating solar power plants
C. Ortiz;M.C. Romano;J.M. Valverde;M. Binotti.
Advanced low-carbon energy measures based on thermal energy storage in buildings: A review
Jesús Lizana;Ricardo Chacartegui;Angela Barrios-Padura;Carlos Ortiz.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2018)
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