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Biography

Prof. Marc A. Rosen

University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada


Email: marc.rosen@uoit.ca


Qualifications

1987 Ph.D., Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada

1983 M.Sc., Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada

1981 B.Sc., Nuclear and Thermal Power Generation Option, University of Toronto, Canada


Publications(Selected)

  1. Rosen, M.A. 2010. Rational Attribution of Environmental Emissions of Cogeneration to Products: Allocating Carbon Dioxide and Other Emissions with Exergy. Int. J. Energy, Environment and Economics 18(1/2): 39-84.
  2. Naterer, G., Suppiah, S., Stolberg, L., Lewis, M., Wang, Z., Daggupati, V., Gabriel, K., Dincer, I., Rosen, M.A., Spekkens, P., Lvov, S.N., Fowler, M., Tremaine, P., Mostaghimi, J., Easton, E.B., Trevani, L., Rizvi, G., Ikeda, B.M., Kaye, M.H., Lu, L., Pioro, I., Smith, W.R., Secnik, E., Jiang, J. and Avsec, J. (2010). Canada’s Program on Nuclear Hydrogen Production and the Thermochemical Cu-Cl Cycle. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 35:10,905-10,926.
  3. Ghandehariun, S., Naterer, G.F., Dincer, I. and Rosen, M.A. 2010. Solar Thermochemical Plant Analysis for Hydrogen Production with the Copper-Chlorine Cycle. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 35(16):8511-8520.
  4. Kumar, R. and Rosen, M.A. 2010. Thermal Performance of Integrated Collector Storage Solar Water Heater with Corrugated Absorber Surface. Applied Thermal Engineering 30(13):1764-1768.
  5. Gnanapragasam, N.V., Reddy, B.V. and Rosen, M.A. 2010. Opportunities for Low-Grade Coals and Biomass for Producing Hydrogen using Iron Oxide-Based Direct Chemical Looping Combustion with Effective CO2 Separation. The Open Renewable Energy Journal 3:12-25.
  6. Cohce, M.K., Dincer, I. and Rosen, M.A. 2010. Thermodynamic Analysis of Hydrogen Production from Biomass Gasification. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 35(10):4970-4980.
  7. Gnanapragasam, N.V., Reddy, B.V. and Rosen, M.A. 2010. Feasibility of an Energy Conversion System in Canada Involving Large-Scale Integrated Hydrogen Production Using Solid Fuels. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 35(10):4788-4807.
  8. Orhan, M.F., Dincer, I. and Rosen, M.A. 2010. An Exergy-Cost-Energy-Mass Analysis of a Hybrid Copper-Chlorine Thermochemical Cycle for Hydrogen Production. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 35(10):4831-4838.
  9. Gnanapragasam, N.V., Reddy, B.V. and Rosen, M.A. 2010. Hydrogen Production from Coal Gasification for Effective Downstream CO2 Capture. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy35(10):4933-4943.
  10. Luisser, F.S. and Rosen, M.A. 2010. Feasibility Analysis of Sustainability-Based Measures to Reduce VOC Emissions in Office Partition Manufacturing. Sustainability 2(2):624-644.
  11. Orhan, M.F., Dincer, I., Naterer, G.F. and Rosen, M.A. 2010. Coupling of Copper-Chloride Hybrid Thermochemical Water Splitting Cycle with a Desalination Plant for Hydrogen Production from Nuclear Energy. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 35:1560-1574.
  12. Orhan, M.F., Dincer, I. and Rosen, M.A. 2010. Exergoeconomic Analysis of a Thermochemical Copper-Chlorine Cycle for Hydrogen Production Using Specific Exergy Cost (SPECO) Method. Thermochimica Acta: J. Chemical Thermodynamics 497(1-2):60-66.
  13. Rosen, M.A. 2009. An Enhanced Approach to Energy Economics through the Integration of Exergy and Economics: A Critical Review of Exergy-Based Economic Methods. Journal of Current Issues in Finance, Business, and Economics 3(4).
  14. Rosen, M.A., Ajedegba, J.O. and Naterer, G.F. 2009. Blade Configuration Effects on Flow Distribution and Power Output for a Vertical Axis Wind Turbine. International Journal of Energy, Environment and Economics 17(2/3):243-300 (invited).
  15. Dincer, I., Rosen, M.A. and Zamfirescu, C. 2009. Exergetic Performance Analysis of a Gas Turbine Cycle Integrated with Solid Oxide Fuel Cells. ASME Journal of Energy Resources Technology 131(3), 032001, pp. 1-11.
  16. Rosen, M.A. 2009. Combating Global Warming via Non-Fossil Fuel Energy Options. Int. J. Global Warming 1(1-3):2-28 (invited, lead paper in inaugural issue).
  17. Gnanapragasam, N.V., Reddy, B.V. and Rosen, M.A. 2009. Optimum Conditions for a Natural Gas Combined Cycle Power Generation System Based on Available Oxygen when Using Biomass as Supplementary Fuel. Energy 34(6):816-826.
  18. Gnanapragasam, N.V., Reddy, B.V. and Rosen, M.A. 2009. Reducing CO2 Emissions for an IGCC Power Generation System: Effect of Variations in Gasifier and System Operating Conditions. Energy Conversion and Management 50(8):1915-1923.
  19. Rosen, M.A. 2009. Exergy Losses for Aerospace Engines: Effect of Reference-Environment on Assessment Accuracy. Int. J. Exergy 6(3):405–421.
  20. Rosen, M.A. 2009. Energy Sustainability: A Pragmatic Approach and Illustrations. Sustainability 1(1):55-80.