Herce, C.

Fundación CIRCE—Centro de Investigación de Recursos y Consumos Energéticos, Zaragoza, Spain;

Carlos Herce is a Technology Expert and Post-Doctoral Researcher in the Fuels and Combustion Technologies Group in the CIRCE Foundation (Zaragoza,Spain). He holds a MS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Zaragoza, and a PhD in Energetics from the University of Rome ”La Sapienza” (Italy)—University of Zaragoza. Dr. Herce has participated in 12 research and development projects and has published more than 35 papers in international journals, books and conference proceedings. His research fields are centered in CFD simulation, combustion, power plants, fluidization, heat transfer and resource efficiency in industries.

Improving resource efficiency of industrial processes with the TOP-REF methodology—Part 2

Radatz, H., Schembecker, G., TU Dortmund University; Raffray, G., Sellis, D., The CoSMo Company SAS; Boto, F., Echeverria, Z., Fundación Tecnalia Research and Innovation; Carrion, A., Herce, C., Oto, F., Fundación CIRCE—Centro de Investigación de Recursos y Consumos Energéticos; Gil, A., University of Zaragoza; Arias, A., Borrego, R., DOW Chemical Co.; Romero, J., Fertinagro Nutrientes S.L.; Jacinto, J. T., Petróleos de Portugal

The European TOP-REF research consortium has developed and applied a methodology to improve the resource efficiency of industrial production processes.

Improving resource efficiency of industrial processes with TOP-REF methodology—Part 1

Radatz, H., Schembecker, G., TU Dortmund University; Raffray, G., Sellis, D., The CoSMo Company SAS; Boto, F., Echeverria, Z., Fundación Tecnalia Research and Innovation; Carrion, A., Herce, C., Oto, F., Fundación CIRCE—Centro de Investigación de Recursos y Consumos Energéticos; Gil, A., University of Zaragoza; Arias, A., Borrego, R., DOW Chemical Co.; Romero, J., Fertinagro Nutrientes S.L.; Jacinto, J. T., Petróleos de Portugal

The processing industry consumes significant amounts of resources, such as materials and energy, to produce valuable goods for society.