Colmenar Santos, Antonio (editor)
Borge Diez, David (editor)
Rosales Asensio, Enrique (editor)
Water is necessary to produce energy, and energy is required to pump, treat, and transport water. The energy–water nexus examines the interactions between these two inextricably linked elements. This Special Issue aims to explore a single "system of systems" for the integration of energy systems. This approach considers the relationships between electricity, thermal, and fuel systems; and data and information networks in order to ensure optimal integration and interoperability across the entire spectrum of the energy system. This framework for the integration of energy systems can be adapted to evaluate the interactions between energy and water. This Special Issue focuses on the analysis of water interactions with and dependencies on the dynamics of the electricity sector and the transport sector
Keywordswaste heat recovery; absorption cooling; water–energy nexus; steelworks; TRNSYS; non-equilibrium molecular dynamics; deformed carbon nanotubes; deformed boron nitride nanotubes; water transport; diffusion; Z-distortion; XY-distortion; screw distortion; oil/water separation; superhydrophilic/underwater-superoleophobic membranes; opposite properties; superhydrophobicity/superoleophilicity; selective wettability; micro/nanoscale composite structure; virtual water network; inter-provincial electricity transmission; structural decomposition analysis; electricity-water nexus; cooling tower; response surface model; water; power plant; decarbonization; energy concepts; long-term energy storage; power-to-gas; power-to-X; wastewater treatment; anaerobic digestion; water-energy nexus; demand response; energy consumption optimization; multi-objective model; urban water system; local water supply; electricity demand; index decomposition analysis
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
History of engineering & technology