Academic Publications

Kılkış, B.; Çağlar, M.;¸Sengül, M. Energy Benefits of Heat Pipe Technology for Achieving 100% Renewable Heating and Cooling for Fifth-Generation, Low Temperature District Heating Systems. Energies 2021, 14, 5398.

Kilkis, B., and Caglar, M. 2022Exergy Guided Optimization Model for Decarbonized Solar Districts, CLIMA 2022, The 14th REHVA HVAC World Congress

Kilkis, B. 2022. Optimum Coupling of Heat Pumps With Low-Exergy HVAC Equipment In Solar Prosumer Buildings For Minimum CO2 Emissions, 3rd Latin America SDEWES Conference, 24-28 July 2022, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Kilkis, B. 2022. Can A Linear Economy Solve the Climate Crisis A Geothermal Case Study, IGEC Proceedings of the 14th International Green Energy Conference IGEC 2022

Kilkis, B. 2022. Exergy-Rational Utilization of Solar Energy with Advanced PVT Systems and Heat Pipe Technology In 100%-Renewable Cities, ECOCITY21, Delft, the Netherlands, Paper Number 73, ECOCITY21

Kilkis, B. Exergy-Optimum Coupling of Radiant Floor Heating Systems and Heat Pipe Radiators with Pumps for Minimum CO2 Emissions, 17th SDEWES 2002 Conference

Kilkis, B., Biyikoglu, A., Çağlar, M., and Şengül, M. 2022. Exergetic Impact of Low-Temperature Heating and High-Temperature Cooling Systems in Buildings to Reduce Global Warming in the Built Environment, ASHRAE, International Building Decarbonization 2022 Conference Proc.

Kilkis, B., and Biyikoglu, B. 2023. Retrofit of Buildings for Fifth-Generation District Energy Systems with Heat Pipe Terminal Units, Seminar Proceedings, ASHRAE Winter Meeting, February 4-8, 2023, Transactions, ASHRAE, Atlanta, USA.

Kilkis, B. 2022. Lessons Learned from Labyrinth Type of Air Preconditioning in Exergy-Aware Solar Greenhouses, JSDEWES, Paper no. 1002.

Kilkis, B. 2021. An Exergy-Based Model for Low-Temperature District Heating Systems for Minimum Carbon Footprint with Optimum Equipment Oversizing and Temperature Peaking Mix. Energy 236 (2021)

Kilkis, B., Biyikoglu, A., Çağlar, M., and Şengül, M. 2022. Exergetic Impact of Low-Temperature Heating and High-Temperature Cooling Systems in Buildings to Reduce Global Warming in the Built Environment, ASHRAE, International Building Decarbonization 2022 Conference Proc.

Kilkis-B.-2023-Exergy-Optimum-coupling-of-radiant-panels-with-heat-pumps-for-minimum CO2 emission responsibility.

Kilkis, B. 2022. Optimum Urban Land-Use Model for Minimum CO2 Emissions Responsibility Under Energy and Exergy-Based Constraints, 5th SEE SDEWES Conference Paper, Paper ID: SEE2022.0002, Vlore Albania, May 22-26, 2022.

Kilkis, B. 2022. Exergy Rationality of Utilizing Wastewater Heat in Districts and Buildings, 5th SEE SDEWES Conference Paper, Paper ID: SEE2022.0002, Vlore Albania, May 22-26, 2022.

Kılkış, B. 2022. Green Hydrogen: The Common Thread of The Belt and Road Initiative, BRIQ J., Belt and Road Initiative Quarterly, Summer 2022, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp: 06-20.

Kilkis, B. 2022. Climate Emergency-Focused Economic Model, Journal of Energy Systems (Submitted)

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