Timothy Gordon Walmsley
Timothy Gordon Walmsley
Senior Lecturer in Process Engineering, School of Engineering, The University of Waikato
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TitleCited byYear
Minimising carbon emissions and energy expended for electricity generation in New Zealand through to 2050
MRW Walmsley, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, PJJ Kamp, JR Neale
Applied Energy 135, 656-665, 2014
722014
Integration of industrial solar and gaseous waste heat into heat recovery loops using constant and variable temperature storage
TG Walmsley, MRW Walmsley, MJ Atkins, JR Neale
Energy 75, 53-67, 2014
542014
New directions in the implementation of Pinch Methodology (PM)
JJ Klemeš, PS Varbanov, TG Walmsley, X Jia
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 98, 439-468, 2018
532018
Carbon emissions pinch analysis for emissions reductions in the New Zealand transport sector through to 2050
MRW Walmsley, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, PJJ Kamp, JR Neale, A Chand
Energy 92, 569-576, 2015
522015
Integration options for solar thermal with low temperature industrial heat recovery loops
TG Walmsley, MRW Walmsley, AH Tarighaleslami, MJ Atkins, JR Neale
Energy 90, 113-121, 2015
352015
Improving energy recovery in milk powder production through soft data optimisation
TG Walmsley, MRW Walmsley, MJ Atkins, JR Neale
Applied Thermal Engineering 61 (1), 80-87, 2013
342013
Achieving 33% renewable electricity generation by 2020 in California
MRW Walmsley, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins
Energy 92, 260-269, 2015
332015
A Unified Total Site Heat Integration targeting method for isothermal and non-isothermal utilities
AH Tarighaleslami, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, MRW Walmsley, PY Liew, ...
Energy 119, 10-25, 2017
322017
Methods for improving heat exchanger area distribution and storage temperature selection in heat recovery loops
MRW Walmsley, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, JR Neale
Energy 55, 15-22, 2013
302013
Integrating district cooling systems in locally integrated energy sectors through total site heat integration
PY Liew, TG Walmsley, SRW Alwi, ZA Manan, JJ Klemeš, PS Varbanov
Applied Energy 184, 1350-1363, 2016
292016
Appropriate placement of vapour recompression in ultra-low energy industrial milk evaporation systems using Pinch Analysis
TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, MRW Walmsley, JR Neale
Energy 116, 1269-1281, 2016
292016
Circular Integration of processes, industries, and economies
TG Walmsley, BHY Ong, JJ Klemeš, RR Tan, PS Varbanov
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 107, 507-515, 2019
212019
Total site targeting with stream specific minimum temperature difference
Z Fodor, JJ Klemeš, PS Varbanov, MRW Walmsley, MJ Atkins, ...
Chemical Engineering Transactions 29, 409-414, 2012
212012
Thermo-economic optimisation of industrial milk spray dryer exhaust to inlet air heat recovery
TG Walmsley, MRW Walmsley, MJ Atkins, JR Neale, AH Tarighaleslami
Energy 90, 95-104, 2015
202015
Area targeting and storage temperature selection for heat recovery loops
MRW Walmsley, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, JR Neale
Chemical Engineering Transactions 29, 1219-1224, 2012
182012
Total site mass, heat and power integration using process integration and process graph
BHY Ong, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, MRW Walmsley
Journal of Cleaner Production 167, 32-43, 2017
172017
Optimal energy supply structures for industrial food processing sites in different countries considering energy transitions
M Philipp, G Schumm, RH Peesel, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, F Schlosser, ...
Energy 146, 112-123, 2018
152018
Process and utility systems integration and optimisation for ultra-low energy milk powder production
TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins, MRW Walmsley, M Philipp, RH Peesel
Energy 146, 67-81, 2018
142018
Energy Return on energy and carbon investment of wind energy farms: A case study of New Zealand
TG Walmsley, MRW Walmsley, MJ Atkins
Journal of Cleaner Production 167, 885-895, 2017
142017
A modified energy transfer diagram for heat exchanger network retrofit bridge analysis
MRW Walmsley, NS Lal, TG Walmsley, MJ Atkins
Chemical Engineering Transactions 61, 907-912, 2017
142017
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