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NextORC literature

Read, M., Smith, I., Stosic, N., and Kovacevic, A., 2016, “Comparison of organic Rankine cycle systems under varying conditions using turbine and twin-screw expanders”, Energies, 9(8), 614. doi:10.3390/en9080614

White, M., and Sayma, A.I., 2016, “Improving the economy-of-scale of small organic Rankine cycle systems through appropriate working fluid selection”, Applied Energy, 173, pp. 1227-1239. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apenergy.2016.09.055

White, M., and Sayma, A.I., 2015, “The application of similitude theory for the performance prediction of radial turbines within small-scale low temperature organic Rankine cycles”, J Eng Gas Turb Power, 137(12). doi: 10.1115/1.4030836

Smith, I., Stosic, N., and Kovacevic, A., 2014, Power Recovery from Low Grade Heat by Means of Screw Expanders, 1st Edition, Chandos Publishing, Oxfordshire, ISBN:9781782421894