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2-Nov-2018Compressed air energy storage – a new heat-integration, liquid-compression approachSacks, RE; Markides, C
4-Mar-2019Analysis of a closed-loop water-cooled refrigeration system in the food retail industry: A UK case studyEfstratiadi, M; Acha Izquierdo, S; Shah, N; Markides, C; Sainsbury's Supermarkets Ltd, et al
15-Sep-2019Potential of carbon dioxide transcritical power cycle waste-heat recovery systems for heavy-duty truck enginesLi, X; Tian, H; Shu, G; Zhao, M; Markides, C, et al
1-Aug-2018A generic tool for quantifying the energy requirements of glasshouse food productionGeorgiou, S; Acha, S; Shah, N; Markides, C; Natural Environment Research Council, et al
1-Oct-2019Multi-objective thermo-economic optimization of organic Rankine cycle (ORC) power systems in waste-heat recovery applications using computer-aided molecular design techniquesVan Kleef, L; Oyewunmi, O; Markides, C; Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC); The Royal Society
1-Nov-2019Technoeconomic analysis of internal combustion engine - organic Rankine cycle systems for combined heat and power in energy-intensive buildingsSimpson, M; Chatzopoulou, M; Oyewunmi, O; Le Brun, N; Sapin, P, et al
15-Sep-2018A thermo-economic analysis and comparison of pumped-thermal and liquid-air electricity storage systemsGeorgiou, S; Shah, N; Markides, C; Natural Environment Research Council; Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC), et al
-Experimental investigation of an ammonia-water-hydrogen diffusion absorption refrigeratorNajjaran Kheirabadi, A; Freeman, J; Ramos Cabal, A; Markides, C; Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC), et al
15-Nov-2019Thermoeconomic optimisation of small-scale organic Rankine cycle systems 1 based on screw vs. piston expander maps in waste heat recovery applicationsPantaleo, A; Simpson, M; Rotolo, G; Distaso, E; Oyewunmi, O, et al