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Impact of household transitions on domestic energy consumption and its applicability to urban energy

Benachir MEDJDOUB, Moulay Larbi CHALAL

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2017, Volume 4, Issue 2,   Pages 171-183 doi: 10.15302/J-FEM-2017029

Abstract: The household sector consumes roughly 30% of Earth’s energy resources and emits approximately 17% oftransitions on household energy consumption patterns.This helped in predicting future transition patterns for different household types for the next 10 toFurthermore, it enabled us to study the relationship between the predicted patterns and the householdThe findings indicate that the life cycle transitions of a household significantly influence its domestic

Keywords: urban energy planning     household transitions     smart cities     energy forecasting     household projection     serious    

Quantifying and mapping spatial variability of Shanghai household carbon footprints

Shangguang YANG,Chunlan WANG,Kevin LO,Mark WANG,Lin LIU

Frontiers in Energy 2015, Volume 9, Issue 1,   Pages 115-124 doi: 10.1007/s11708-015-0348-8

Abstract: Understanding the spatial variability of household carbon emissions is necessary for formulating sustainableHowever, data on household carbon emissions is limited in China, the world’s largest greenhouse gasesThis study quantifies and maps household carbon emissions in Shanghai using a city-wide household surveyOverall, the spatial pattern of household carbon emissions in Shanghai is donut-shaped: lowest in theThe household emissions are correlated with a number of housing and socioeconomic factors, including

Keywords: household carbon emissions     spatial variability     energy policy     Shanghai     China    

Reducing environmental impacts through socioeconomic transitions: critical review and prospects

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2023, Volume 17, Issue 2, doi: 10.1007/s11783-023-1624-1

Abstract:

● Reducing environmental impacts through socioeconomic structural transitions

Keywords: Environmental pressures     Environmental impacts     Nexus     Supply chains     Trade     Coupled systems    

ENABLING CROP DIVERSIFICATION TO SUPPORT TRANSITIONS TOWARD MORE SUSTAINABLE EUROPEAN AGRIFOOD SYSTEMS

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3,   Pages 474-480 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2021406

Abstract:

European cropping systems are often characterized by short rotations or even monocropping, leading to environmental issues such as soil degradation, water eutrophication, and air pollution including greenhouse gas emissions, that contribute to climate change and biodiversity loss. The use of diversification practices (i.e., intercropping, multiple cropping including cover cropping and rotation extension), may help enhance agrobiodiversity and deliver ecosystem services while developing new value chains. Despite its benefits, crop diversification is hindered by various technical, organizational, and institutional barriers along value chains (input industries, farms, trading and processing industries, retailers, and consumers) and within sociotechnical systems (policy, research, education, regulation and advisory). Six EU-funded research projects have joined forces to boost crop diversification by creating the European Crop Diversification Cluster (CDC). This Cluster aggregates research, innovation, commercial and citizen-focused partnerships to identify and remove barriers across the agrifood system and thus enables the uptake of diversification measures by all European value-chain stakeholders. The CDC will produce a typology of barriers, develop tools to accompany actors in their transition, harmonize the use of multicriteria assessment indicators, prepare policy recommendations and pave the way for a long-term network on crop diversification.

 

Keywords: crop rotation     lock-in     intercropping     multiple cropping     networking    

Mechanical Comminution and Separation Techniques for Waste Household Appliances

Yan Li,,Liu Yingzong,Huang Wenxiong

Strategic Study of CAE 2005, Volume 7, Issue 12,   Pages 24-30

Abstract:

The recycling of waste household appliances (WHA) has aroused wide concern in China.

Keywords: waste household appliances     comminution     separation     circular economy    

Pretreatment as a Microplastics Generator during Household Biogenic Waste Treatment Article

Tian Hu, Fan Lü, Zhan Yang, Zhenchao Shi, Yicheng Yang, Hua Zhang, Pinjing He

Engineering 2024, Volume 32, Issue 1,   Pages 117-127 doi: 10.1016/j.eng.2023.11.010

Abstract: indispensable process in biological treatment plants that remove plastics and other impurities from household

Keywords: Microplastics     Plastic debris     Household biogenic waste     Depackage     Pretreatment    

Big Data to support sustainable urban energy planning: The EvoEnergy project

Moulay Larbi CHALAL, Benachir MEDJDOUB, Nacer BEZAI, Raid SHRAHILY

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2,   Pages 287-300 doi: 10.1007/s42524-019-0081-9

Abstract: This paper builds upon our previous work on the effect of household transition on residential energyurban energy prediction system (EvoEnergy) using the old UK panel data survey, namely, the British householdthe aim of the present study is to examine the validity and reliability of EvoEnergy under the new UK householdTo achieve this aim, the household transition and energy prediction modules of EvoEnergy have been tested

Keywords: urban energy planning     sustainable planning     Big Data     household transition     energy prediction    

Understanding high-emitting households in the UK through a cluster analysis

Xinfang WANG, Ming MENG

Frontiers in Energy 2019, Volume 13, Issue 4,   Pages 612-625 doi: 10.1007/s11708-019-0647-6

Abstract: The results show that after equivalising both household emissions and income, the high emitters can besimilar characteristics within each group, but are different from the others in terms of income, age, household

Keywords: cluster analysis     emissions reduction     energy use     high emitters     household energy consumption     socioeconomic    

Neighborhood form and CO

Jiaxing GUO, Huan LIU, Yang JIANG, Dongquan HE, Qidong WANG, Fei MENG, Kebin HE

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2014, Volume 8, Issue 1,   Pages 79-88 doi: 10.1007/s11783-013-0516-1

Abstract: To understand the household CO emission level in China, as well as how much the neighborhoods’ socio-economicThe household CO emission includes sources of both in-home energy use and passenger transportation.The average CO emission per household is 7.66 t·a , including 6.87 t in-home operational emission andThe household CO emission by neighborhood categories is 10.97, 5.65, 6.49, 5.40 t·household ·a forHow to avoid the rapid household CO emission growth in the future would be a systematic issue.

Keywords: CO2 emission     neighborhood type     transportation     household energy     China    

Single-Molecule Methods for Characterizing Different DNA Higher-Order Structures Review

Yonglin Liu, Tianyuan Bian, Yan Liu, Zhimin Li, Yufeng Pei, Jie Song

Engineering 2023, Volume 24, Issue 5,   Pages 277-292 doi: 10.1016/j.eng.2022.10.009

Abstract:

DNA is considered to be not only a carrier of the genetic information of life but also a highly programmable and self-assembled nanomaterial. Different DNA structures are related to their biological and chemical functions. Hence, understanding the physical and chemical properties of various DNA structures is of great importance in biology and nanochemistry. However, the bulk assay ignores the heterogeneity of DNA structures in solution. Single-molecule methods are powerful tools for observing the behavior of individual molecules and probing the high heterogeneity of free energy states. In this review, we introduce single-molecule methods, including single-molecule detection and manipulation methods, and discuss how these methods can be conducive to measuring the molecular properties of single-/double-stranded DNA (ss/dsDNA), DNA higher-order structures, and DNA nanostructures. We conclude by providing a new perspective on the combination of DNA nanotechnology and single-molecule methods to understand the biophysical properties of DNA and other bio-matter and soft matter.

Keywords: Single-molecule methods     DNA structure     Mechanical properties     Conformational transitions    

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Impact of household transitions on domestic energy consumption and its applicability to urban energy

Benachir MEDJDOUB, Moulay Larbi CHALAL

Journal Article

Quantifying and mapping spatial variability of Shanghai household carbon footprints

Shangguang YANG,Chunlan WANG,Kevin LO,Mark WANG,Lin LIU

Journal Article

Reducing environmental impacts through socioeconomic transitions: critical review and prospects

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ENABLING CROP DIVERSIFICATION TO SUPPORT TRANSITIONS TOWARD MORE SUSTAINABLE EUROPEAN AGRIFOOD SYSTEMS

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Mechanical Comminution and Separation Techniques for Waste Household Appliances

Yan Li,,Liu Yingzong,Huang Wenxiong

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Pretreatment as a Microplastics Generator during Household Biogenic Waste Treatment

Tian Hu, Fan Lü, Zhan Yang, Zhenchao Shi, Yicheng Yang, Hua Zhang, Pinjing He

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Big Data to support sustainable urban energy planning: The EvoEnergy project

Moulay Larbi CHALAL, Benachir MEDJDOUB, Nacer BEZAI, Raid SHRAHILY

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Understanding high-emitting households in the UK through a cluster analysis

Xinfang WANG, Ming MENG

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Neighborhood form and CO

Jiaxing GUO, Huan LIU, Yang JIANG, Dongquan HE, Qidong WANG, Fei MENG, Kebin HE

Journal Article

Single-Molecule Methods for Characterizing Different DNA Higher-Order Structures

Yonglin Liu, Tianyuan Bian, Yan Liu, Zhimin Li, Yufeng Pei, Jie Song

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10 Jun 2022

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