André Cabrera Serrenho
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Decomposition of useful work intensity: The EU (European Union)-15 countries from 1960 to 2009
AC Serrenho, T Sousa, B Warr, RU Ayres, T Domingos
Energy 76, 704-715, 2014
522014
How will copper contamination constrain future global steel recycling?
KE Daehn, A Cabrera Serrenho, JM Allwood
Environmental science & technology 51 (11), 6599-6606, 2017
372017
Potential for energy savings by heat recovery in an integrated steel supply chain
M McBrien, AC Serrenho, JM Allwood
Applied Thermal Engineering 103, 592-606, 2016
352016
The influence of UK emissions reduction targets on the emissions of the global steel industry
AC Serrenho, ZS Mourão, J Norman, JM Cullen, JM Allwood
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 107, 174-184, 2016
332016
Structure and dynamics of useful work along the agriculture-industry-services transition: Portugal from 1856 to 2009
AC Serrenho, B Warr, T Sousa, RU Ayres, T Domingos
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics 36, 1-21, 2016
312016
The need for robust, consistent methods in societal exergy accounting
T Sousa, PE Brockway, JM Cullen, ST Henriques, J Miller, AC Serrenho, ...
Ecological Economics 141, 11-21, 2017
272017
The impact of reducing car weight on global emissions: the future fleet in Great Britain
AC Serrenho, JB Norman, JM Allwood
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2017
272017
The economic growth enigma revisited: The EU-15 since the 1970s
V Voudouris, R Ayres, AC Serrenho, D Kiose
Energy Policy 86, 812-832, 2015
262015
Energy and material efficiency of steel powder metallurgy
JMC Azevedo, A CabreraSerrenho, JM Allwood
Powder technology 328, 329-336, 2018
252018
Material stock demographics: cars in Great Britain
A Cabrera Serrenho, JM Allwood
Environmental science & technology 50 (6), 3002-3009, 2016
202016
A framework for the exergy analysis of future transport pathways: Application for the United Kingdom transport system 2010–2050
EA Byers, A Gasparatos, AC Serrenho
Energy 88, 849-862, 2015
152015
Industry 1.61803: the transition to an industry with reduced material demand fit for a low carbon future
JM Allwood, TG Gutowski, AC Serrenho, ACH Skelton, E Worrell
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2017
142017
How much cement can we do without? Lessons from cement material flows in the UK
W Shanks, CF Dunant, MP Drewniok, RC Lupton, A Serrenho, ...
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 141, 441-454, 2019
112019
A whole system analysis of how industrial energy and material demand reduction can contribute to a low carbon future for the UK
JB Norman, AC Serrenho, SJG Cooper, A Owen, M Sakai, K Scott, ...
Leeds: CIE-MAP, 2016
72016
Testing the greenhouse gas emissions reduction potential of alternative strategies for the english housing stock
AC Serrenho, M Drewniok, C Dunant, JM Allwood
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 144, 267-275, 2019
52019
Finding the most efficient way to remove residual copper from steel scrap
KE Daehn, AC Serrenho, J Allwood
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B 50 (3), 1225-1240, 2019
42019
Useful Work Transitions in Portugal, 1856–2009
AC Serrenho, B Warr, T Sousa, R Ayres, T Domingos
Energy Security and Development, 133-146, 2015
42015
Scrap, carbon and cost savings from the adoption of flexible nested blanking
IP Flint, JM Allwood, AC Serrenho
The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 104 (1-4 …, 2019
22019
The deformation of metal powder particles: hardness and microstructure
JMC Azevedo, AC Serrenho, JM Allwood
Procedia engineering 207, 1200-1205, 2017
12017
Complementary uses of environmentally extended input output analysis and material flow analysis to assess impacts
S Cooper, AC Serrenho, A Owen
ISIE Conference 2015-Taking Stock of Industrial Ecology, 2015
12015
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