Susan Krumdieck
Susan Krumdieck
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
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Residential peak electricity demand response—Highlights of some behavioural issues
S Gyamfi, S Krumdieck, T Urmee
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 25, 71-77, 2013
1802013
Principles of sustainable energy systems
F Kreith, S Krumdieck
CRC press, 2013
1232013
Chemical vapour deposition: precursors, processes and applications
M Ritala, J Niinisto, S Krumdieck, P Chalker, H Aspinall, ME Pemble, ...
Royal Society of Chemistry, 2008
1012008
Price, environment and security: Exploring multi-modal motivation in voluntary residential peak demand response
S Gyamfi, S Krumdieck
Energy Policy 39 (5), 2993-3004, 2011
882011
Global energy modelling—A biophysical approach (GEMBA) Part 2: Methodology
M Dale, S Krumdieck, P Bodger
Ecological Economics 73, 158-167, 2012
732012
Urban form and long-term fuel supply decline: A method to investigate the peak oil risks to essential activities
S Krumdieck, S Page, A Dantas
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 44 (5), 306-322, 2010
732010
An experimental and modelling study of a 1 kW organic Rankine cycle unit with mixture working fluid
HC Jung, L Taylor, S Krumdieck
Energy 81, 601-614, 2015
672015
Feasibility assessment of refinery waste heat-to-power conversion using an organic Rankine cycle
HC Jung, S Krumdieck, T Vranjes
Energy conversion and Management 77, 396-407, 2014
652014
Scenario analysis of residential demand response at network peak periods
S Gyamfi, S Krumdieck
Electric Power Systems Research 93, 32-38, 2012
592012
Delivering sustainable infrastructure that supports the urban built environment
C Boyle, G Mudd, JR Mihelcic, P Anastas, T Collins, P Culligan, ...
Environmental science & technology 44 (13), 4836-4840, 2010
552010
Net energy yield from production of conventional oil
M Dale, S Krumdieck, P Bodger
Energy policy 39 (11), 7095-7102, 2011
522011
Test method and equivalent circuit modeling of a PEM fuel cell in a passive state
SC Page, AH Anbuky, SP Krumdieck, J Brouwer
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion 22 (3), 764-773, 2007
522007
Global energy modelling—A biophysical approach (GEMBA) part 1: An overview of biophysical economics
M Dale, S Krumdieck, P Bodger
Ecological Economics 73, 152-157, 2012
492012
Conversion Efficiency of Alkoxide Precursor to Oxide Films Grown by an Ultrasonic‐Assisted, Pulsed Liquid Injection, Metalorganic Chemical Vapor Deposition (Pulsed‐CVD) Process
S Krumdieck, R Raj
Journal of the American Ceramic Society 82 (6), 1605-1607, 1999
461999
Growth rate and morphology for ceramic films by pulsed-MOCVD
S Krumdieck, R Raj
Surface and Coatings Technology 141 (1), 7-14, 2001
412001
A dynamic function for energy return on investment
M Dale, S Krumdieck, P Bodger
Sustainability 3 (10), 1972-1985, 2011
402011
Quantifying transport energy resilience: Active mode accessibility
S Rendall, S Page, F Reitsma, E Van Houten, S Krumdieck
Transportation research record 2242 (1), 72-80, 2011
382011
Development of a model for high precursor conversion efficiency pulsed-pressure chemical vapor deposition (PP-CVD) processing
HM Cave, SP Krumdieck, MC Jermy
Chemical Engineering Journal 135 (1-2), 120-128, 2008
362008
YSZ layers by pulsed-MOCVD on solid oxide fuel cell electrodes
SP Krumdieck, O Sbaizero, A Bullert, R Raj
Surface and Coatings Technology 167 (2-3), 226-233, 2003
362003
Experimental characterization and modeling of pulsed MOCVD with ultrasonic atomization of liquid precursor
SP Krumdieck, R Raj
Chemical Vapor Deposition 7 (2), 85-90, 2001
362001
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