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PublicationImproving the Energy Efficiency of Compressed Air Systems by Use of Pressure Equalizing Modules( 2022) Fundamentals Concept of isobaric storage on the basis of pressure equalizing modules (PEQM)
PublicationApproximations made evaluating the residual electrical dc resistivity of disordered alloys( 1994)The residual electrical dc resistivity of the transition-metal-alloy system Cu-Pt is evaluated by making use of the relativistic version of the Korringa-Kohn-Rostoker-coherent potential approximation and the one-electron Kubo-Greenwood formula for disordered systems. Starting from the results of a previous calculation the influence of truncation of the angular momentum expansion, the effects of self-consistency of the alloy potential, the importance of vertex corrections, and the difference between the nonrelativistic and the relativistic current operator are examined.