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  • ​Silin, Dmitry Borisovich, Michael John Holtzman, Tadeusz Wiktor Patzek, James L. Brink, and Michael Minner. "SPE 95685: Waterflood Surveillance and Control: Incorporating Hall Plot and Slope Analysis." In SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition. Society of Petroleum Engineers, 2005.
Keywords:
slope, analysis, modified Hall, mean, reservoir, pressure, estimate, verification, numerical, test
  • Silin, D. B, Holtzman, R., Patzek, T. W., and Brink, J. L. SPE 93879: “Monitoring Waterflood Operations: Hall’s Method Revisited,” 2005 SPE Western Regional Meeting, Irvine, CA, U.S.A., 30 March – 1 April 2005.
Keywords:
slope, analysis, modified Hall, mean, reservoir, pressure, estimate, verification, numerical, test
  • Patzek, Tad W., S-M. Anti, R. Campos, J. Lee, B. Li, J. Padnick, and S-A. Yee. "Ethanol from corn: clean renewable fuel for the future, or drain on our resources and pockets?." Environment, Development and Sustainability 7, no. 3 (2005): 319-336.
Keywords:
carbon dioxide, corn, energy balance, ethanol, fuel, nitrate, oxygenate, pollution, sequestration
  • Patzek, T.W., "The United States of America Meets the Planet Earth," Presented at the National Press Club, Washington, D. C., August 23, 2005.
Keywords:
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  • Juanes, R. A. and Patzek, T. W., “Multiscale-stabilized solutions to one-dimensional systems of conservation laws,” Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg. 194 2781–2805 2005.
Keywords:
Stabilized finite elements; Multiscale; Shock-capturing; Porous media flow; Shallow water equations
  • Pimentel, D. and Patzek, T. W., “Ethanol Production Using Corn, Switchgrass, and Wood; Biodiesel Production Using Soybean and Sunflower.” Natural Resource Research 14 (1) 65–76, 2005.
Keywords:
Energy, biomass, fuel, natural resources, ethanol, biodiesel
  • Patzek T. W. and Pimentel D., “Thermodynamics of Energy Production from Biomass,” Invited paper in Critical Reviews of Plant Sciences, 24 1-38, 2005.
Keywords:
biomass, biofuel, ecosystem, sustainability, renewability, cycle, thermodynamics, energy, exergy, acacia, eucalypt, sugarcane, solar