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
472014
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
312016
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
292016
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
292016
How will copper contamination constrain future global steel recycling?
KE Daehn, A Cabrera Serrenho, JM Allwood
Environmental science & technology 51 (11), 6599-6606, 2017
262017
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
242017
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
222015
Material stock demographics: cars in Great Britain
A Cabrera Serrenho, JM Allwood
Environmental science & technology 50 (6), 3002-3009, 2016
192016
Energy and material efficiency of steel powder metallurgy
JMC Azevedo, A CabreraSerrenho, JM Allwood
Powder technology 328, 329-336, 2018
162018
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
152017
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
132015
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
92017
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
52019
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
42016
Useful Work Transitions in Portugal, 1856–2009
AC Serrenho, B Warr, T Sousa, R Ayres, T Domingos
Energy Security and Development, 133-146, 2015
32015
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
22019
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
22015
The deformation of metal powder particles: hardness and microstructure
JMC Azevedo, AC Serrenho, JM Allwood
Procedia engineering 207, 1200-1205, 2017
12017
Options to supply the UK steel demand and meet the CO2 targets
AC Serrenho, Z Sobral-Mourao, J Norman, J Cullen, J Allwood
The ISIE (International Society for Industrial Ecology) Conference 2015 …, 2015
12015
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, 1-11, 2019
2019
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