calc_embodied_etas: Embodied energy efficiencies

Description Usage Arguments Details Value

View source: R/embodied.R

Description

Embodied energy efficiencies are based on the total upstream primary energy demand for a product produced by the ECC or for the energy consumed by a final demand sector of the ECC. This function calculates both. eta_s gives sector-based embodied energy efficiency, and eta_p gives product-based embodied energy efficiency.

Usage

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calc_embodied_etas(
  .embodiedmats = NULL,
  primary_machine_names,
  Y = "Y",
  G = "G",
  H = "H",
  eta_p = "eta_p",
  eta_s = "eta_s"
)

Arguments

.embodiedmats

a data frame containing columns of Y, G, and H matrices

primary_machine_names

a list of strings representing names of Industries whose output is counted in Total Primary Energy Supply (TPES)

Y

final demand Y matrix or name of a column in .embodiedmats containing same. Default is "Y".

G

G matrix or name of a column in .embodiedmats containing same. Default is "G".

H

H matrix or name of a column in .embodiedmats containing same. Default is "H".

eta_p

the name for product-based efficiencies on output. Default is "eta_p".

eta_s

the name for final-demand-sector-based efficiencies on output. Default is "eta_s".

Details

Note that these efficiencies (eta_s and eta_p) are different from energy conversion industry efficiencies. To calculate energy conversion industry efficiencies, use the calc_eta_i function.

Value

a list or data frame containing embodied energy efficiencies


MatthewHeun/Recca documentation built on Feb. 21, 2020, 8:03 p.m.