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Energy Abstracts for Poliq 



Energy Abstracts foe Policy Analysis (EAPA), while em- 
bracing all phases of energy analysis and development, 
is limited primarily to nontechnological or quasitechno- 
logical articles or reports having significant reference 
value. This selectivity in scope and coverage of EAPA is 
effected to emphasize the following: programmatic ef- 
forts; policy, legislative, and regulatory aspects; social, 
economic, and environmental impacts; regional and 
sectoral analyses, institutional factors, etc. Note: the 
"hard" scientific and technical literature is abstracted for 
the most part in DOE Energy Research Abstracts (ERA) 
and is included in the DOE Energy Data Base. 

Selection for EAPA is based strictly on content (substan- 
tive articles) and is made from Congressional committee 
prints; Federal agency and department reports; regional 
commission and state and local government reports; 
periodicals, including trade journals and newsweeklies; 
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)escriptions of entries in these indexes follow. 



Corporate Author Index 

'he corporation, organization, or institution responsible 
Dr the issuance of the document is listed in this index, 
'he entries are arranged alphabetically and provide the 
tie and citation number of the reference. For example, 
ie listing for the "Report" sample citation would appear 
s shown at right. 

'ersonal Author Index 

iach author's name listed on a document cited in this 
>sue is indexed. An index entry provides title and citation 
umber; for secondary and other names, a cross-refer- 
nce is given to the primary author name where the full 
idex entry is located. 

ubject Index 

his index lists the main subject descriptors assigned to 
ach record by indexing professionals. A secondary or 
jalifier term is used where necessary to describe ma- 
fials, objects, and processes. Document titles may be 
ihanced with additional informative phrases where 
jcessary. An excerpt from this index appears at right. 

eport Number Index 

jchnical report literature is indexed by the alphanu- 
erical identifier of the report. Patent documents and 
inferences are included for convenience. Each entry 
ts the citation number, the source of availability of the 
icument, an indicator of presence at a GPO depository 
rary, order number, and distribution category. A typical 
itry is: 



Wisconsin Univ., Madison (USA). Dept. of Physics 

[Development of a hydrogen and deuterium polarized gas 
target for application in storage rings]: Progress report, 
15:1 849 (R;US) 
Wisconsin Univ., Madison (USA). Lab. of Genetics 

Organization of the R chromosome region in maize: Final 
progress report, June 1 , 1 983-May 31,1 986, 1 5:1 825 
(R;US) 

Hadley, D.L, See Lee, A.D., 15:1765 

Haeberli, W., [Development of a hydrogen and deuterium 
polarized gas target for application in storage rings]: Prog- 
ress report, 15:1 849 (R;US) 



HYDROGEN ISOTOPES 

See also DEUTERIUM 
HYDROGEN 4 
TRITIUM 
Neutron-Rich Isotopes 

Study on the strong neutron-rich nuclei of lightest elements, 
15:1868 (RA;SU;ln Russian) 



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CONTENTS 

Volume 15, Annual Index 

Page 

CORPORATE AUTHOR INDEX 1 

PERSONAL AUTHOR INDEX 26 

SUBJECT INDEX 70 

REPORT NUMBER INDEX 209 

ORDER NUMBER CORRELATION 252 



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This index lists the corporate authors responsible for issuing the documents in this publication which are identified pri- 
marily by report number. The corporate names are entered in standardized forms as defined in DOE Energy Data Base: 
Corporate Author Entries (DOE/TIC-4585). Each entry under a corporate name includes the document title and citation 
number. Three items of information may appear in parentheses: (1) an abbreviation to identify the document type, such 
as a report; (2) the country of publication, also abbreviated; and (3) the language of the document if non-English (R;US;ln 
French). Author affiliations are not listed in this index. 



Aberdeen Univ. (UK) 

Monetary management in small oil-based economies: the case of 
Kuwait. (Volumes I and II), 15:1275 (D;GB) 

Oil economy of Iraq: structure and development experience during 
the period 1953-1974 and future optimal growth within the 
framework of OPEC, 15:513 (D;GB) 
Abt Associates, Inc., Cambridge, MA (USA) 

Economic-impact analysis of effluent-limitations guidelines and 
standards for the organic chemicals, plastics, and synthetic- 
fibers industry, 15:397 (R;US) 
Ackco, Inc., Boulder, CO (USA) 

[Weatherization assistance program]: Annual report, 15:1798 

(R;US) 
Acres International Corp., Amherst, NY (USA) 

Report on modular hydropower demonstration, 15:1704 (R;US) 
Aerojet Energy Conversion Co., Rancho Cordova, CA (USA) 

R and D ceramic tubular distributor plate for advanced FBHX [fluid 
bed heat exchangers]: Phase 2 contract final report, October 1 , 
1985-June30, 1987, 15:281 (R;US) 
Agency for International Development, Washington, DC (USA) 

Environment and natural resources. Policy paper, 15:595 (R;US) 

Managing natural resources for sustainable development. Special 
report, 15:594 (R;US) 

Power shortages in developing countries: magnitude, impacts, so- 
lutions, and the role of the private sector: a report to Congress, 
15:1703 (R;US) 

Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, Atlanta, GA 
(USA) 

Nature and extent of lead poisoning in children in the United 

States: a report to Congress. Final report, 15:382 (R;US) 
Air Command and Staff Coll., Maxwell AFB, AL (USA) 

Black Hills versus Weinberger: how useful is it for other Air Force 
bases to competitively acquire electricity. Student report, 15:209 
(R;US) 
Air Force Inst. of Tech., Wright- Patterson AFB, OH (USA) 

Comparison of photovoltaic energy systems for the solar village. 
Master's thesis, 15:725 (R;US) 

Coordinate transformation model for overlap distribution: an appli- 
cation to ground-water protection. Master's thesis, 15:19 (R;US) 

Used oil and its regulation in the United States. Master's thesis, 

15:2781 (R;US) 
Alabama Univ., Birmingham, AL (USA) 

Essays in the regulation of electric utilities, 15:1527 (D;US) 
Alaska Univ., Fairbanks, AK (USA) 

Characterization and utilization of natural gas in Alaska: Final re- 
port, 15:1989 (R;US) 
Alliance Technologies Corp., Chapel Hill, NC (USA) 

Assistance to states in preparing 1 985 NAPAP (National Acid Pre- 
cipitation Assessment Program) emissions inventory submittals, 
15:762 (R;US) 

Guidance for the preparation of quality-assurance plans for O 3 /CO 
SIP (State Implementation Plan) emission inventories. Final re- 
port, 15:1828 (R;US) 

Quality assurance and quality control plan for the 1985 NAPAP 
(National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program) emissions in- 
ventory (November 1988). Report for July 1986-April 1987, 
15:763 (R;US) 



Alternative Resources, Inc., Concord, MA (USA) 

Resource recovery facility siting: Recommendations for economic 

and other equity adjustments: Final report, 15:1777 (R;US) 
American Bus Association, Washington, DC (USA) 

Potential for optimizing public transit service through competitive 

contracting. Final report, 15:156 (R;US) 
American Gas Association Labs., Cleveland, OH (USA) 

Assessment of the effect on the gas industry of the National Appli- 
ance Energy Conservation Act of 1987. Topical report, 
November 1988, 15:2997 (R;US) 
American Hospital Association, Chicago, IL (USA) 

Community-sponsored financing programs for hospital energy in- 
vestments: Final report, 15:797 (R;US) 

Architectural Research Centers Consortium, Inc., Washington, 
DC (USA) 

Joint US-Romanian Seminar on Earthquakes and Energy, 

September 2-9, 1985. Volume 3. Energy, 15:150 (R;US) 
Argonne National Lab., Idaho Falls, ID (USA) 

The Integral Fast Reactor concept: Today's hope for tomorrow's 

electrical energy needs, 15:2229 (R;US) 
Argonne National Lab., IL (USA) 

Comparative analysis of energy data bases for household residen- 
tial and transportation energy use, 15:737 (R;US) 

Heating plants fired by fuel oil ordiesel fuel, 15:591 (TG;US) 

Impact of the Tax Reform Act of 1986 on district heating and cool- 
ing systems, 15:1477 (R;US) 

Potential role for Colombia and Venezuela in Pacific Rim coal 
trade, 15:885 (R;US) 

The ANS/ENS international student exchange program, 15:353 
(R;US) 

The effects of changes in the economic structure on energy de- 
mand in the USSR and the US, 15:740 (R;US) 

Transferring Argonne technology to industry, 15:795 (R;US) 
Argonne National Lab., IL (USA). Analytical Chemistry Lab. 

Analytical Chemistry Laboratory: Progress report for FY 1988, 

15:11 13 (R;US) 

Argonne National Lab., IL (USA). Center for Transportation Re- 
search 

Environmental considerations of a fuel-flexible transportation sys- 
tem, 15:296 (R;US) 

Argonne National Lab., IL (USA). Energy and Environmental 
Systems Div. 

Advanced Utility Simulation Model (AUSM): State-level projections 
of required electrical generation and sources of supply, 15:736 
(R;US) 

Minority Transportation Expenditures Allocation Model (MITRAM): 
User documentation for the personal computer spreadsheet ver- 
sion, 15:1335 (R;US) 

Regional application of natural-gas-fired combined-cycle power 
generation. Final report, March 1 984-March 1 988, 15:515 (R;US) 

The emerging market for independently produced power, 15:2341 

(R;US) 
Arizona State Univ., Tempe, AZ (USA) 

Experimental and numerical investigation of counter radiation vari- 
ations in an arid urban environment: Phoenix, Arizona, 15:1843 
(D;US) 



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Arizona Univ., Tucson, AZ (USA). Dept. of Hydrology and Water 
Resources 

How effective are federal programs in mitigating wetland losses. 

Technical report, 15:2563 (R;US) 

Army Command and General Staff Coll., Fort Leavenworth, KS 
(USA). School of Advanced Military Studies 

Chemical warfare: a new national policy for America, 15:18 (R;US) 
Army Construction Engineering Research Lab., Champaign, 111 
(USA) 

Applying energy-conservation retrofits to standard army buildings: 
project design and initial energy data. Final report, 15:462 (R;US) 

Conceptual basis for a hazardous-waste component of the Army 
Eenvironmental Data Management System (AEDMS). Final re- 
port, 15:568 (R;US) 

Energy forecasting and analysis system for the US Army Materiel 
Command. Final report, 15:2959 (R;US) 

Evaluation of the effectiveness of ceiling fans for reducing heating 
requirements in Army facilities. Final report, 15:1449 (R;US) 

Improved planning and programming for energy-efficient new 
Army facilities. Final report, 15:1448 (R;US) 

Installation-wide energy-conservation demonstration at Fort Mc- 
Clellan, Alabama. Final report, 15:1447 (R;US) 

Technology Transfer Test Bed Program. Field demonstration of the 
energy planning module's energy-conservation options proposed 
for the DD Form 1391 Processor. Final report, 15:2944 (R;US) 
Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vlcksburg, MS 
(USA) 

Repair, Evaluation, Maintenance, and Rehabilitation Research 
Program. Compliance requirements for environmental laws ap- 
plicable to REMR activities. Final report, 15:566 (R;US) 

Wetland Evaluation Technique (WET). Volume 2. Methodology. 
Operational draft. Final report, June 1984-September 1988, 
1 5:1799 (R;US) 

Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS 
(USA). Environmental Lab. 

Environmental impact research program: distance-sampling tech- 
niques. Section 6.2.2. US Army Corps of Engineers Wildlife 
Resources Management Manual. Final report, 15:1551 (R;US) 
Army War Coll., Carlisle Barracks, PA (USA) 

Oil and power: an analysis of United States economic interests 
and strategies in the Middle East. Study project, 15:171 (R;US) 
Associates in Rural Development, Inc., Burlington, VT (USA) 

Institutional constraints on the transfer of agricultural and comple- 
mentary resource-conservation technologies appropriate for 
semi-arid Africa, 15:439 (R;US) 
Atlantic Council of the United States, Washington, DC (USA) 

US-Japan energy policy consultations, 15:871 (R;US) 

US-Japan energy policy considerations for the 1990s: A joint 
project of The Atlantic Council of the United States, the Japan- 
ese Committee for Energy Policy Promotion, and the Japanese 
Institute of Energy Economics, 15:881 (B;US) 

US-Japan energy policy consultations: Final narrative report, 
15:21 73 (R;US) 



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Barakat, Howard and Chamberlin, Inc., Oakland, CA (USA) 

Moving toward integrated value-based planning: The issues, 

15:212 (R;US) 
Battelle Columbus Div., OH (USA) 

Methanol Bus Program data analysis report. Interim report, 
September 1987-June 1988, 15:1629 (R;US) 

Reports published by the Gas Research Institute in the area of 
residential/commercial appliances and space conditioning: bibli- 
ography and abstracts. Update through 1 988, 1 5:2949 (R;US) 

System and material specifications for an advanced gas- 
distribution system, Task 1: strengths and weaknesses of 
current distribution system. Topical report, December 1987-June 
1988, 15:650 (R;US) 

System and material specifications for an advanced gas- 
distribution system. Task 2. Identification and evaluation of 
future gas customers. Topical report, December 1987-June 
1988, 15:652 (R;US) 



Battelle Human Affairs Research Center, Seattle, WA (USA) 

Fitness for duty in the nuclear power industry: A review of techni- 
cal issues, 15:1 976 (R;US) 
Battelle, Arlington, VA (USA) 
State water-quality standards summaries. Final report, 15:1353 

(R|US) 
Water-quality standards criteria summaries: a compilation of 

State/Federal criteria: phosphorus, 15:1351 (R;US) 
Water-quality standards criteria summaries: a compilation of 

State/Federal criteria: cadmium, 15:1352 (R;US) 
Blaser, Zeni and Co., Springfield, IL (USA) 
Economic-impact study of proposed amendments to Illinois Admin- 
istrative Code 604.203 and 605.104 of Subtitle F, public water 
supplies (trihalomethanes) R84-12. Final report, 15:1556 (R;US) 
Bonnevllle Power Administration, Portland, OR (USA) 
Financial highlights: Annual report 1987, 15:226 (R;US) 
Booker Associates, Inc., St. Louis, MO (USA) 
Economic analysis of proposed site-specific changes to water- 
quality regulations affecting Borden Chemical Company. Final 
report, 15:1558 (R;US) 

Booz, Allen and Hamilton, Inc., Bethesda, MD (USA) 
Procurement under Superfund remedial cooperative agreements, 

15:68 (R;US) 

Boston Coll., Chestnut Hill, MA (USA) 

Occupational safety regulation and economic efficiency: the rail- 
road industry, 15:1109 (D;US) 
Boston Univ., MA (USA) 
Choice of heating systems and fuels by households in Finland, 

15:2751 (D;US) 

Environmental limits to growth in world agriculture, 15:2897 (D;US) 
Interregional computable general-equilibrium model of the United 
States with illustrations of regional impacts of acid rain pollution- 
control costs, 15:1845 (D;US) 

Nuclear-freeze movement in the United States, 1979-1984: politi- 
cal opportunity and the structure of social mobilization, 15:1433 
(D;US) 

Bradford Univ. (UK) 

Local authorities' use of coal: financial, technical, and attitudinal 
factors affecting the selection of coal as a space-heating fuel in 
local authorities' non-domestic premises, 15:1498 (D;GB) 
Brandets Univ., Walt ham, MA (USA) 
Political economy of coal-mine safety and its contribution to the 

theory of the welfare state, 15:3013 (D;US) 
British Columbia Univ., Vancouver, BC (Canada) 
Ground-water contamination from waste-management sites: Inter- 
action between risk-based engineering design and regulatory 
policy, 15:2894 (D;CA) 

Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY (USA) 
Analysis and technology transfer: Annual report 1988: Buildings 

and Community Systems, 15:2910 (R;US) 
Brookhaven Highlights, October 1, 1987-September 30, 1988, 

15:1 578 (R;US) 
Buildings and Community Systems: Analysis and technology 

transfer annual report, 1987, 15:10 (R;US) 
Eleventh international CODATA conference, scientific and techni- 
cal data in a new era, Karlsruhe, Federal Republic of Germany, 
26-29 September 1 988: Foreign trip report, 15:569 (R;US) 
Planning building energy conservation research in the US, 15:284 

(R;US) 
US statutes of general interest to safeguards and security officers. 

15:2288 (R;US) 

Bureau of Land Management, Meeker, CO (USA) 
Northwest Colorado coal preference right lease applications, Rio 

Blanco County, Colorado, 15:25 (R;US) 
Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake City, UT (USA) 
Aptus industrial and hazardous-waste treatment facility, Tooele 

County, Utah, 15:28 (R;US) 

Bureau of Land Management, Washington, DC (USA) 
Surface-operating standards for oil and gas exploration and devel- 
opment 'Gold Book', (third edition), 15:2640 (R;US) 
Bureau of Mines, Amarlllo, TX (USA). Helium Field Operations 
Helium resources of the United States, 1987. Information Circu- 
lar/1988, 1 5:435 (R;US) 



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Claremont Graduate School, CA (USA) 



Bureau of Mines, Pittsburgh, PA (USA). Pittsburgh Research 
Center 

Causes of coal-miner absenteeism. Information Circular/1987 

15:178(R;US) 

Bureau of Mines, Washington, DC (USA) 
Potentially critical materials. Open File report, 15:433 (R;US) 
Waste-water treatment and receiving-water-body interactions, 

15:582 (R;US) 

Burns and Roe, Inc., Oradell, NJ (USA) 
District Heating and Cooling feasibility study, Salt Lake City, Utah: 

Final report, 15:234 (R;US) 
District heating/feasibility study for Jamestown, New York. Phase 

two. Final report, 15:1444 (R;US) 



California Energy Resources Conservation and Development 
Commission, Sacramento, CA (USA) 

Quarterly oil report: Fourth quarter, 1988, 15:2629 (R;US) 
Quarterly oil report: First quarter, 1988, 15:496 (R;US) 
California Sea Grant Extension Program, Davis, CA (USA) 
Fishing-vessel fuel-conservation project. Final report, 25 June 

1986-31 December 1987, 15:634 (R;US) 
California State Air Resources Board, Sacramento, CA (USA). 

Monitoring and Lab. Div. 
Evaluation retest on a hospital-refuse incinerator at Sutler General 

Hospital, Sacramento, California, 15:389 (R;US) 
California State Dept. of Transportation, Sacramento, CA (USA). 

Office of Transportation Lab. 

Guidelines for using recycled tire carcasses in highway mainte- 
nance. Final report, 15:106 (R;US) 
California Univ., Berkeley, CA (USA) 

Conservation versus energy supply: An economic and environ- 
mental comparison of alternatives for space conditioning of new 
residences, 15:2955 (D;US) 
Environmental impact assessment practices in the sub-Saharan 

Africa: cases from Kenya, 15:1389 (D;US) 
California Univ., Berkeley, CA (USA). Graduate School of Public 

Policy 
Improving state outreach to small communities. Technical report, 

15:281 3 (R;US) 

California Univ., Davis, CA (USA). Dept. of Environmental Toxi- 
cology 
Health-risk assessment of carbon tetrachloride (CTC) in California 

drinking water. Final report, 15:386 (R;US) 
California Univ., Irvine, CA (USA) 

Estimating the cost impacts of transit-service contracting. Final re- 
port, 15:239 (R;US) 

California Univ., Los Angeles, CA (USA) 
Evaluation of EPA oversight of Department of Defense compliance 
with CERCLA, with implications for potential threats to public 
health and the environment, 15:1107 (D;US) 
Paradigms, politics, and long-term policy change within the Cali- 
fornia water policy-making system, 15:1 104 (D;US) 
California Univ., Los Angeles, CA (USA). School of Public Affairs 
Federal policy options for indoor air pollution from combustion ap- 
pliances. Technical report, 15:2815 (R;US) 
California Univ., Riverside, CA (USA) 

Impact of higher oil prices on the economies of Non-Oil Develop- 
ing Countries, 15:3010 (D;US) 

Political economy of smog in southern California, 15:1393 (D;US) 
California Univ., Santa Barbara, CA (USA) 
Geographic tools for hazardous-waste sites: mapping, monitoring, 

and modeling, 15:1390 (D;US) 
Some effects of rate regulation of the electric-utility industry in the 

United States, 1960-1979, 15:1526 (D;US) 
Cambridge Systematics, Inc., MA (USA) 
Evaluation of the public-transportation network: diffusion of inno- 
vative transit practices. Final report, January 1983-December 
1985, 1 5:469 (R;US) 

Carnegie-Mellon Univ., Pittsburgh, PA (USA) 
Water works, electric utilities, and cable television: Contrasting 
historical patterns of ownership and regulation, 15:2779 (D;US) 



Carnegie-Mellon Univ., Pittsburgh, PA (USA). Graduate School 
of Industrial Administration 

Determining the effect of incentive programs on the occurrence of 
accidents, injuries, and productivity - final report. Open File Re- 
port 20 January 1984-31 December 1987, 15:179 (R;US) 
Carter-Goble Associates, Inc., Columbia, SC (USA) 

Expanding the use of private-sector providers in rural, small urban, 

and suburban areas. Final report, 15:636 (R;US) 
Casazza, Schultz and Associates, Inc., Arlington, VA (USA) 
Electric and gas rates for the residential and commercial sectors: 
1 988. Volume 1 . Topical report, September 1 988-March 1 989, 
15:2775 (R;US) 
Electric and gas rates for the residential and commercial sectors: 

1988. Volume 2. Topical report, 15:2776 (R;US) 
CBY Associates, Inc., Washington, DC (USA) 

Role of energy in irrigated agriculture in Niger, 15:480 (R;US) 
CDM Federal Programs Corp., Annandale, VA (USA) 
Guidance document for providing alternate water supplies, 

15:2515 (R;US) 
Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, DC (USA) 

Economic and energy indicators. Bi-weekly report, 15:1541 (R;US) 
International Energy Statistical Review. Monthly report, 15:1492 

(R;US) 

Central Research Inst. of Electric Power Industry, Tokyo (Japan) 
Oil policy of Saudi Arabia and world oil market, 15:354 (R;JP;ln 

Japanese) 
The third annual EPRI-CRIEPI conference: Proceedings, 15:1674 

(R;US) 
Centro Informazloni Studi Esperienze, Milan (Italy) 

District heating manual, 15:2939 (B;IT;ln Italian) 
CH2M Hill Southeast, Inc., Reston, VA (USA) 
Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study, 15:374 

(R;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study. Vol- 
ume 2. Air assessment: indicator chemicals. Final report, 
1 5:376 (R;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study. Vol- 
ume 3. Soil assessment: indicator chemicals. Final report, 
15:377 (R;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study. 
Volume 4. Soil assessment: 2,3,7,8-TCDD (tetrachlorodibenzc- 
p-dioxin). Final report, 15:378 (R;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study. 
Volume 5. Peer review summary: TRC (Technical Review Com- 
mittee) responses. Final report, 15:379 (R;US) 
Chalmers Univ. of Tech., Goeteborg (Sweden) 
Large-scale Swedish solar-heating technology system design and 

rating, 1 5:543 (R;SE) 

Charles River Associates, Inc., Boston, MA (USA) 
Characteristics of urban transportation demand: an update. Final 

report, 1984-1987, 15:635 (R;US) 
Improving transit productivity and cost-effectiveness: a review of 

promising strategies. Final report, 15:468 (R;US) 
Chinese Academy of Agricultural Engineering Research and 

Planning, Beijing, BJ (China) 
Methods of zonation for rural energy resources. Technical report, 

15:545 (R;CN) 
Chinese Academy of Forestry, Guangzhou, GD (China), inst. of 

Tropical Forestry 
Study on silviculture techniques of fast-growing fuel-wood crops in 

tropical China. Technical report, 15:544 (R;CN) 
Christensen (Laurits R.) Associates, Inc., Madison, Wl (USA) 
Customer demand for service reliability: A synthesis of the outage 

costs literature: Final report, 15:3018 (R;US) 
Chung-Hwa Institution for Economic Research, Taipei (Taiwan) 

The demand for coal: Taiwan's perspective, 15:1082 (R;TW) 
Cincinnati Univ., OH (USA). Dept. of Environmental Health 
Development of methods to estimate beryllium exposure. Final re- 
port, 15:761 (R;US) 

Claremont Graduate School, CA (USA) 

Municipal solar utilities: community response to an innovative pro- 
gram, 1 5:3073 (D;US) 



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Clark Univ., Worcester, MA (USA) 



Clark Univ., Worcester, MA (USA) 

Modeling the role of natural resources in the economy: an ex- 
tended materials-balance approach, 15:1401 (D;US) 
Clemson Univ., SC (USA). Water Resources Research Inst. 
Fiscal Year 1987 program report: South Carolina Water Re- 
sources Research Institute, 15:371 (R;US) 
Coast Guard, Washington, DC (USA) 
Polluting incidents in and around US waters: calendar year, 1984, 

1 985 and 1 986, 1 5:2543 (R;US) 

Colorado Office of Energy Conservation, Denver, CO (USA) 
Developmental state program for institutional conservation: Final 

report, 15:601 (R;US) 

Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO (USA) 
Optimization algorithms for large-scale multi reservoir hydropower 

systems, 15:2460 (D;US) 
Relationship between vehicle emissions control program features 

and vehicle emissions, 15:1388 (D;US) 

Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO (USA). Engineering Re- 
search Center 
Urban-climate effects of energy demand for space heating, 15:567 

(R;US) 

Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO (USA). Natural Re- 
sources Ecology Lab. 

Quality-assurance support for the National Atmospheric Deposi- 
tion Program and National Trends Network monitoring activites: 
1987-1990. Interim report, 15:1364 (R;US) 
Colorado Univ., Boulder, CO (USA) 

Environmental impacts of policies toward the rail- and motor- 
freight industries in the United States, 15:1394 (D;US) 
Integrated environmental management: A need for change. Tech- 
nical report, 15:2807 (R;US) 

Non-cancer dose-response assessments within the EPA (Environ- 
mental Protection Agency): A foundation for selecting a 
dose-response assessment method to assess Section 1 1 2 pol- 
lutants based on non-cancer effects. Technical report, 15:2830 
(R;US) 

Perspectives on superpower summitry: a content analytic study of 
US and western European newspaper account of the October, 

1986 Reykjavik meeting between Ronald Reagan and Mikhail 
Gorbachev, 15:1438 (D;US) 

Structural model for the Saudi Arabian economy: a monetary ap- 
proach, 15:1347 (D;US) 
Columbia Univ., New York, NY (USA) 
National policy and military doctrine: development of a nuclear 

concept of land warfare, 1949-1964, 15:1441 (D;US) 
Political economy of Maghribi oil: Change and development in Al- 
geria and Libya, 15:3011 (D;US) 

Commission of the European Communities, Brussels (Belgium) 
Third party financing for energy savings. Proceedings of a seminar 

held in Luxembourg, 8 and 9 October 1987, 15:2274 (B;GB) 
Commuter Transportation Services, Inc., Los Angeles, CA (USA) 
Guide to transportation-demand management plans for employ- 
ers, 15:1453 (R;US) 
COMSIS Corp., Wheaton, MD (USA) 

Airport shared-ride taxi programs in New York, Chicago and 
Boston. Final report, September 1 978-June 1982, 15:155 (R;US) 
Concawe, The Hague (Netherlands) 

Trends in motor-vehicle emission and fuel-consumption regula- 
tions - 1988 update, 15:42 (R;US) 

CONEG Policy Research Center, Inc., Washington, DC (USA) 
Northeast Regional Biomass Energy Program: Final FY 1 988 re- 
port, October 1 987-September 1988, 15:1063 (R;US) 
Confederation of British industry, London (UK) 
Privatisation of the electricity supply industry. Asset valuation, 

rates of return and electricity pricing, 15:1706 (B;GB) 
Conference of Mayors Research and Education Foundation, 

Washington, DC (USA) 

District heating and cooling technology transfer program: Final re- 
port, 15:1404 (R;US) 

Conservation Foundation, Washington, DC (USA) 
Opportunities to assist developing countries in the proper use of 
agricultural and industrial chemicals. Report of the Committee 
on Health and Environment. Volume 1. Research paper(Final), 
15:1831 (R;US) 



Consulting Consortium, inc., Chicago, IL (USA) 

Energy survey study and report of hospitals in Chicago: Saint An- 
thony Hospital: Appendix A: Part 2, Final report, 15:861 (R;US) 
Continuum Dynamics, Inc., Princeton, NJ (USA) 
Reducing US import oil dependence by one billion gallons of 

diesel fuel per year, 15:185 (R;US) 
Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development, Athens, OH 

(USA). Energy Conservation Program 

Mobile home weatherization research project: Final summary re- 
port, 1 5:2950 (R;US) 

Corps of Engineers, Buffalo, NY (USA). Buffalo District 
Genesee River Basin study. Volume 1 . Main report. Final feasibil- 
ity report, 15:21 0(R;US) 

Council for National Academic Awards, London (UK) 
Efficiency of British urban-bus operation and financing, 15:1468 

(D;GB) 

Hierarchical control for electric-power systems, 15:1524 (D;GB) . 
Modeling and control of a greenhouse energy management sys- 
tem, 15:1189 (D;GB) 
Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Pretoria (South 

Africa). National Building Research Inst. 
Separate water metering of flats: lecture notes, 15:2562 (R;ZA) 
Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Pretoria (South 

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Energetic approach towards affordable transportation, 15:1630 

(R;US) 

Council of State Governments, Lexington, KY (USA) 
Financing for the future: changing roles in mass transit. Final re- 
port, 15:556 (R;US) 



D 

DataMetrics Ltd., Calgary, AB (Canada) 

Canadian natural gas export capability. Topical report, 15:904 

(R;CA) 
Overview of the Canadian natural gas industry. Final report, 

January-October 1987, 15:903 (R;CA) 

Delaware Univ., Newark, DE (USA). Water Resources Center 
Fiscal Year 1987 program report: Delaware Water Resources 

Center, 15:61 (R;US) 
Denver Univ., CO (USA). Coll. of Law 
Opportunities to protect instream flows and wetland uses of water 

in South Carolina, 15:396 (R;US) 
Department of Defence, Canberra (Australia) 
Environmental radiation monitoring during visits of nuclear- 
powered warships to Australian ports, 15:446 (R;AU) 
Department of Energy, London (UK). Energy Efficiency Office 
Application of monitoring and targeting to energy management, 

15:1332 (B;GB) 
Department of Energy, New York, NY (USA). Environmental 

Measurements Lab. 
Environmental Measurements Laboratory: Annual report, calendar 

year 1987, 15:277 (R;US) 

Department of Energy, Washington, DC (USA). Assistant Secre- 
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Enhanced oil recovery program plan: FY 1989, 15:1911 (R;US) 
Department of Energy, Washington, DC (USA). Office of Energy 

Research 

1988 review of the Basic Energy Sciences Program of the Depart- 
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Department of Industry, Technology and Resources, Melbourne 

(Australia) 

DITR annual report, 1987-88, 15:741 (R;AU) 
Department of the Interior, Washington, DC (USA) 

Proposed 1989 North Atlantic OCS Lease Sale 96, 15:24 (R;US) 
DRI Energy Dlv./McGraw-HIII Financial Services Co., Lexington, 

MA (USA) 
GRI (Gas Research Institute) baseline projection methodology 

and assumptions. Topical report. Revised, 15:2968 (R;US) 
DRI/McGraw-HIII Energy Service, Lexington, MA (USA) 
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mary. Topical report, January 1989, 15:2969 (R;US) 



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Durham Univ. (UK) 

Transition from school to work in the Durham coalfield, 15:1271 
(D;GB) 



Earth Sciences Labs., Boulder, CO (USA) 

Economic analysis of the industrial market for electricity in the UK, 

15:1521 (D;GB) 
East-West Center, Honolulu, HI (USA) 

China's coal industry: Prospects for investment, 15:1198 (R;US) 
East- West Center, Honolulu, HI (USA). Resource Systems Inst. 

Australia: Asia Pacific Energy Series: Country report, 15:732 
(R;US) 

CHINA: A survey of Chinese refining: From toppers to bottoms, 
1 5:897 (R;US) 

Malaysia: Asia Pacific energy series: Country report, 15:730 (R;US) 

OPEC and lower oil prices: Impacts on production capacity, export 
refining, domestic demand and trade balances, 15:1474 (R;US) 

Pacific rim coal trade: A US perspective, 15:1199 (R;US) 

Philippines: Asia Pacific energy series: Country report, 15:739 
(R;US) 

Singapore: Asia Pacific energy series: Country report, 15:733 
(R;US) 

Taiwan: Asia Pacific energy series: Country report, 15:731 (R;US) 

Thailand: Asia Pacific energy series: Country report, 15:734 (R;US) 

The Indonesian coal program until the year 2000, 15:1200 (R;US) 
Economic Development Council of Northeastern Pennsylvania, 
Pittston, PA (USA) 

Maximizing the existing potential of new foreign markets for an- 
thracite, 15:898 (R;US) 

Maximizing the existing potential of new foreign markets for an- 
thracite: Executive summary, 15:899 (R;US) 
Economic Opportunity Research Inst., Arlington, VA (USA) 

On firm ground: A strategic analysis of CAA energy-related busi- 
ness development, 15:268 (R;US) 

Preventing fraud and abuse in low income weatherization pro- 
grams: The proceedings of the EORI [Economic Opportunity 
Research Institute] Roundtable, 15:464 (R;US) 

Roundtable on prevention of fraud and abuse in low income 
weatherization programs, March 23-24, 1987, Highland Hotel, 
Washington, DC, 15:305 (R;US) 

Economic Research Service, Washington, DC (USA). Resources 
and Technology Div. 

Agriculture and water quality. Agriculture Information Bulletin, 
1 5:579 (R;US) 

Economic benefit considerations in selecting water-quality 
projects: Insights from the Rural Clean Water Program. Staff re- 
port, 1 5:2547 (R;US) 

Economics of ethanol production in the United States, 15:2653 
(R;US) 

Estimating the offsite household damages from wind erosion in the 
western United States. Staff report, 15:2832 (R;US) 

Ethanol and US agriculture. Agriculture information bulletin, 

15:1 502 (R;US) 
Ecosometrics, inc., Bethesda, MD (USA) 

Planning techniques for intercity transportation services. Final re- 
port, 15:1 953 (R;US) 
EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls, ID (USA) 

Aircraft fuel tank foam drying volatile organic compounds (VOC) 
control system, 15:573 (R;US) 

Guidance for conduct of waste management systems perfor- 
mance assessment, 1 5:2796 (R;US) 

Special Isotope Separation Project: Summary: Final environmen- 
tal impact statement, 15:571 (R;US) 

The 1987 state-by-state assessment of low-level radioactive 
wastes received at commercial disposal sites: National Low- 
Level Radioactive Waste Management Program, 15:447 (R;US) 
EG and G Mound Applied Technologies, Miamlsburg, OH (USA) 

Technology update - 89, 15:2225 (R;US) 

Technology Update-88, 15:606 (R;US) 



Electric Power Research Inst., Palo Alto, CA (USA) 

1987 Survey of commercial-sector demand-side management pro- 
grams: Final report, 15:1315 (R;US) 

A guide to annual marketing planning: Final report, 15:665 (R;US) 

A hierarchy of dynamic plume models incorporating uncertainty: 
Final report, Volume 1: Overview, 15:245 (R;US) 

Benefits of environmental controls: Measures, methods, and ap- 
plications: Final report, 15:31 (R;US) 

Bidding for electric resources: An industry review of competitive bid 
design and evaluation: Final report, May 1989, 15:1511 (R;US) 

Congeneration and utilities: Status and prospects: Final report, 
15:282(R;US) 

Customer demand for service reliability: A synthesis of the outage 
costs literature: Final report, 15:3018 (R;US) 

Decomposition techniques for multi-area generation and transmis- 
sion planning under uncertainty: Final report, 15:2665 (R;US) 

Demand-side management strategies for the 90s: Proceedings: 
Fourth national conference on utility DSM programs: Volume 1 , 
15:1676 (R;US) 

Demand-side management: Volume 5, Industrial markets and pro- 
grams: Final report, 15:238 (R;US) 

End-use power quality R&D planning: Proceedings, 15:514 (R;US) 

EPRl operations and maintenance source book: 1987-1989 up- 
date: Strategic program element 24, 15:2223 (R;US) 

Experiences with commercial wind turbine design: Volume 1, Main 
report: Final report, 15:1530 (R;US) 

Fabric filters for the Electric Utility Industry: Volume 1 , General 
concepts, 15:244 (R;US) 

Heat pumps in complex heat and power systems: Final report, 
15:1443 (R;US) 

Holding costs for fuel inventories: Final report, 15:1339 (R;US) 

Implications of possible reduction in radiation exposure limits: Fi- 
nal report, 15:1100 (R;US) 

Information and automation technology: Serving electric utility cus- 
tomers in the 1990s: Conference proceedings, 15:1968 (R;US) 

Interim emissions inventory for regional air quality studies, 15:574 
(R;US) 

International workshop on innovative DSM [demand-side manage- 
ment] techniques: Proceedings, 15:1675 (R;US) 

MIDAS case studies, 15:2450 (R;US) 

New dimensions in pricing electricity: Proceedings, 1 5:1 51 2 (R;US) 

Office productivity tools for the information economy: Possible ef- 
fects on electricity consumption: Final report, 15:300 (R;US) 

On-site storage of low-level radioactive waste at power reactors: 
An international scoping study: Final report, 15:575 (R;US) 

Pilot test of the crushed-rock storage furnace: Volume 1 , Sum- 
mary of findings: Final report, 15:666 (R;US) 

Pilot test of the crushed-rock storage furnace: Volume 2, Ap- 
pendixes: Final report, 15:667 (R;US) 

Potential impacts of climate change on electric utilities: Final re- 
port, 15:1281 (R;US) 

Proceedings: 1987 conference on fossil plant cycling, 15:973 
(R;US) 

Residential customer preference and behavior: Market segmenta- 
tion using CLASSIFYtrademark: Final report, 15:1316 (R;US) 

Status of least-cost planning in the United States: Final report, 
15:554 (R;US) 

Supermarket refrigeration modeling and field demonstration: In- 
terim report, 15:1280 (R;US) 

TAGtrademark Technical Assessment Guide: Volume 2, Electricity 
end use: Part 2, Commercial electricity use, 1988, 15:276 (R;US) 

Test marketing, 15:2664 (R;US) 

The third annual EPRI-CRIEPI conference: Proceedings, 15:1674 
(R;US) 

Utility competitive assessment methods: Volume 1: Issues and 
methods: Final report, 15:161 (R;US) 

Utility planning in perspective: Fundamental elements for develop- 
ing successful strategies, 15:1701 (R;US) 

Electricity Council, London (UK). Overseas Relations Branch 
Translations Service 

Costing power generation on a completely self-financing basis 
(without state support), 15:3021 (TJ;GB) 

The effects of competition and the EEC internal market on the se- 
curity of electricity supply, 15:709 (TG;GB) 



ENEA, Rome (Italy) 



EKEA, Rome (Italy) 

District heating manual, 15:2939 (B;IT;ln Italian) 
Energy and Environmental Analysis, Inc., Arlington, VA (USA) 

Outlook for natural gas in the industrial sector. Topical report, 
15:186(R;US) 

Projections of regional fuel-oil and natural gas prices. Final report, 
May-September 1986, 15:867 (R;US) 

The Motor Fuel Consumption model fourteenth periodical report, 

15:1774 (R;US) 
Energy and Environmental Research Corp., Irvine, CA (USA) 

An investigation to define the physical/chemical constraints which 
limit NO/sub x/ emission reduction achievable by reburning, 
1 5:23 (R; US) 
Energy Information Centre, Newmarket (UK) 

International fuels report: supply/price trends and forecasts 1988, 

15:1 635 (B;GB) 
Energy Systems Research Group, Inc., Boston, MA (USA) 

Resource recovery facility siting: Recommendations for economic 

and other equity adjustments: Final report, 15:1777 (R;US) 
Engineering and Economics Research, Inc., Vienna, VA (USA) 

Survey results: Tabulated by questions and government/industry 

responses, 15:356 (R;US) 
Enseco, Inc., Arvada, CO (USA) 

Availability, adequacy, and comparability of testing procedures for 
the analysis of pollutants established under section 304(H) of 
the Federal Water Pollution Control Act. Report to Congress. Fi- 
nal report, 15:1 555 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Annapolis, MD (USA). 
Chesapeake Bay Liaison Office 

Chesapeake bay nonpoint source programs, 15:1359 (R;US) 
Environmental Protection Agency, Annapolis, MD (USA). 
Chesapeake Bay Program 

Baywide conventional pollutants control strategy: an agreement 
commitment report from the Chesapeake Executive Council. Fi- 
nal report, 1 5:2523 (R;US) 

Chesapeake bay basinwide toxics reduction strategy: an agree- 
ment commitment report from the Chesapeake Executive 
Council. Final report, 15:2804 (R;US) 

Chesapeake Bay watershed development policies and guidelines: 
an agreement commitment report from the Chesapeake Execu- 
tive Council. Final report, 15:2527 (R;US) 

Chesapeake Bay wetlands policy: an agreement commitment re- 
port from the Chesapeake Executive Council. Final report, 
15:2524 (R;US) 

Comprehensive research plan: an agreement commitment report 
from the Chesapeake Executive Council. Final report, 15:2519 
(R;US) 

Federal facilities strategy: an agreement commitment report from 
the Chesapeake Executive Council. Final report, 15:2521 (R;US) 

Federal work plan: an agreement commitment report from the 
Chesapeake Executive Council. Final report, 15:2520 (R;US) 

Habitat requirements for Chesapeake Bay living resources. 
Chesapeake Bay Program Agreement Commitment Report, 
15:2905 (R;US) 

Population growth and development in the Chesapeake Bay wa- 
tershed to the year 2020: the report of the 2020 panel to the 
Chesapeake Executive Council, 15:2526 (R;US) 

Schedule for developing Baywide Resource Management Strate- 
gies: an agreement commitment report from the Chesapeake 
Executive Council. Final report, 15:2522 (R;US) 

Technical assistance and incentives to local governments. An 
agreement commitment report from the Chesapeake Executive 
Council. Final report, 15:2525 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Athens, GA (USA). Environ- 
mental Research Lab. 

Waste-allocation simulation models: a state-of-the-art review 

(journal version), 15:769 (R;US) 
Environmental Protection Agency, Boston, MA (USA). Region I 

Cape Cod Aquifer Management Project (CAMP). Executive sum- 
mary, 15:1 367 (R;US) 

Cape Cod Aquifer Management Project (CCAMP): guide to con- 
tamination sources for wellhead protection. Draft report, 
15:1 368 (R;US) 



Cape Cod Aquifer Management Project (CCAMP): demonstration 
of a geographic information system for ground water protection, 
1 5:1369 (R;US) 

Cape Cod Qquifer Management Project (CCAMP) bibliographies: 
publications and maps. Final report, 15:1366 (R;US) 

Unfinished business in New England: a comparative assessment 
of environmental problems. Overview report. Final report, 
15:1 377 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH (USA). Drink- 
ing Water Research Div. 

Environmental regulation: its impact on infrastructure decision 
making, 15:1354 (R;US) 

Modeling distribution-system water quality: dynamic approach, 

15:387 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH (USA). Haz- 
ardous Waste Engineering Research Lab. 

US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) hazardous-waste- 
minimization program, 15:51 (R;US) 

US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) waste-minimization 

research program, 15:58 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH (USA). Risk 
Reduction Engineering Lab. 

Asbestos problem resolution, 15:583 (R;US) 

EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) waste-minimization re- 
search program: an overview, 15:2530 (R;US) 

Status of US EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) sludge- 
incinerator regulations, 15:586 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH (USA). Water 
Engineering Research Lab. 

Characterizing raw surface water amenable to minimal water- 
supply treatment, 15:55 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Corvallis, OR (USA). Envi- 
ronmental Research Lab. 

Report of the National Workshop on Instream Biological Monitor- 
ing and Criteria held in Lincolnwood, Illinois on December 2-4, 
1987, 15:368 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC 
(USA). Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab. 

Clean coal technology: an environmental perspective, 15:497 
(R;US) 

Technological progress in reducing CFC (chlorofluorocarbon) and 
halon emissions, 15:2531 (R;US) 

US coal use: the environmental challenge, 15:188 (R;US) 
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC 
(USA). Air Risk Information Support Center 

Glossary of terms related to health, exposure, and risk assess- 
ment, 15:2535 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC 
(USA). Environmental Criteria and Assessment Office 

Applicability of US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) risk- 
assessment guidelines for chemical mixtures, 15:56 (R;US) 
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC 
(USA). Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards 

Emission-inventory requirements for post-1 987 ozone State Imple- 
mentation Plans, 15:1360 (R;US) 

Emission-inventory requirements for post-1987 carbon monoxide 
State Implementation Plans, 15:1361 (R;US) 

National air-pollutant emission estimates, 1940-1987. Final report, 
15:2536 (R;US) 

Progress in the prevention and control of air pollution in 1987. An- 
nual report (Final), 15:2827 (R;US) 
Environmental Protection Agency, Seattle, WA (USA) 

Hazardous waste management in the Pacific northwest. Final re- 
port: findings and recommendations, 15:43 (R;US) 
Environmental Protection Agency, Seattle, WA (USA). Office of 
Ground Water 

Resource document for consideration of the tulalip aquifer as a 
sole source aquifer, 15:596 (R;US) 

Resource document for consideration of the Lewiston Basin 

aquifer as a sole-source aquifer, 15:1397 (R;US) 
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA) 

Guidelines and requirements for applying for grants from the In- 
dian set-aside program, 15:2826 (R;US) 



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Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Science 



Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Air and Radiation 

Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, 

15:27(R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Cooperative Environmental Management 

Wetlands and waste-water management: Questions, answers, ad- 
vice, and guidance. Technical report, 15:2819 (R;US) 
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Drinking Water 

Cost supplement to technologies and costs for the removal of as- 
bestos from potable-water supplies (first draft), February 1987, 
1 5:2825 (R;US) 

Occurrence of synthetic volatile organic chemicals in drinking wa- 
ter, food, and air (revised draft), July 1987, 15:2544 (R;US) 
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Emergency and Remedial Response 

Superfund exposure assessment manual, 15:1826 (R;US) 

Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 7): Times Beach, St. 
Louis County, Missouri. Minker/Stout/Romaine Creek, Jefferson 
County, Missouri (third remedial action), September 1988. Final 
report, 15:2532 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Enforcement and Compliance Monitoring 

Basic instructor training course: Fundamentals of environmental 
compliance inspections. Legal, technical, administration, com- 
munications. Instructor guide, 15:2820 (R;US) 
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Ground-Water Protection 

Guidance for applicants for state wellhead protection program as- 
sistance funds under the Safe Drinking Water Act. Appendix C. 
Wellhead Protection Program-applicable regulations, 15:36 
(R;US) 

Guidelines for ground-water classification under the EPA (Environ- 
mental Protection Agency) Ground-Water Protection Strategy. 
Draft report (Final), 15:38 (R;US) 

Protecting ground water: pesticides and agricultural practices. 
Technical report (Final), 15:39 (R;US) 

Sole-Source Aquifer background study: cross-program analysis. 
Technical report, 15:40 (R;US) 

State and territorial use of ground-water strategy grant funds (Sec- 
tion 106 Clean Water Act). Technical report (Final), 15:41 (R;US) 
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of information Resources Management 

Risk-assessment management, communication: a guide to se- 
lected sources. Volume 2, Number 2. Information guide, 
1 5:281 0(R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Municipal Pollution Control 

Municipal waste-water conveyance and treatment: technological 
progress and emerging issues 1988, 15:1356 (R;US) 

Needs survey report to Congress, 1 988: assessment of needed 
publicly owned waste-water treatment facilities in the United 
States, 1 5:2809 (R;US) 

Report on the use of wetlands for municipal waste-water treatment 
and disposal, 15:44 (R;US) 

Report to Congress: Indian waste-water treatment needs and as- 
sistance, 1 5:2539 (R;US) 

SRF (State Revolving Fund) Letter of Credit: how is it used in 
EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) state revolving fund 
program, 15:1365 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Pesticide Programs 

Pesticides in ground-water data base: 1988 interim report, 

1 5:2545 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Pesticides and Toxic Substances 

Preliminary evaluation of initial TSCA (Toxic Substances Control 
Act) section 8(e) substantial risk notices. January 1 , 1987 to De- 
cember 31, 1988, 15:2533 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Research and Development 

EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) research program guide, 
FY 1989, October 1 , 1 988-September 30, 1989, 15:764 (R;US) 



Long-range research agenda for the period 1989-1993, 15:52 
(R;US) 

Potential effects of global climate change on the United States. Ex- 
ecutive Summary. Draft. Report to the Congress, 15:1372 (R;US) 

Potential effects of global climate change on the United States. 
Volume 1. Regional studies. Draft. Report to the Congress, 
15:1373 (R;US) 

Potential effects of global climate change on the United States. 
Volume 2. National studies. Draft. Report to the Congress, 
15:1374 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Solid Waste 

Best demonstrated and available technology (BOAT) background 
document for K028,K029,K095,K096 (proposed), 15:775 (R;US) 

Best demonstrated available technology (BOAT) background doc- 
ument for K009 and K010 (proposed), 15:774 (R;US) 

Best demonstrated available technology (BDAT) background doc- 
ument for K011, K013, and K014 (proposed), 15:776 (R;US) 

Criteria for classification of solid-waste-disposal facilities and prac- 
tices (40 CFR Part 257). Subtitle D of Resource Conservation 
and Recovery Act (RCRA). Notification requirements for indus- 
trial solid-waste-disposal facilities. Draft report, 15:252 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). Sub- 
title D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). 
Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) of proposed revisions to Sub- 
title D Criteria for municipal solid waste landfills. Draft report, 
15:253 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal-solid-waste landfills (40 CFR part 258). Sub- 
title D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). 
Closure/post-closure care and financial-responsibility require- 
ments (Subpart C, Sections 258.30 through 258.32). Draft 
report, 15:65 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal-solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). Sub- 
title D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). 
Ground-water monitoring and corrective action (Subpart E). 
Draft report, 15:67 (R;US) 

Report to Congress: management of hazardous wastes from edu- 
cational institutions, 15:2540 (R;US) 

Solid-waste dilemma: an agenda for action. Final report, 15:2541 

(R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Solid Waste and Emergency Response 

Technology Screening Guide for Treatment of CERCLA (Compre- 
hensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability 
Act) Soils and Sludges, 15:765 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Toxic Substances 

Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA): Section 
313 roadmaps data base (for microcomputers). Data file, 
15:1101 (R;US) 

Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), 1987. Data file, 15:2537 (R;US) 

Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), 1987 documentation, 15:2538 

(R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Waste Programs Enforcement 

RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act) inspection 

manual. Final report, 15:2833 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Water Regulations and Standards 

Landfilling of sewage sludge: technical support document, 

15:1 827 (R;US) 

Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC (USA). Sci- 
ence Advisory Board 

Comparative health-effects assessment of drinking-water- 
treatment technologies. Final report, 15:581 (R;US) 

EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) must continue to monitor 
research in the field of non-ionizing radiation research and pro- 
vide technical support and assistance to other government 
agencies. Final report, 15:395 (R;US) 

EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency") risk-assessment 
methodology for municipal incinerator emissions: key findings 
and conclusions. Report of the Municipal-Waste Combustion 
Subcommittee - Environmental Effects, Transport and Fate 
Committee. Final report, 15:74 (R;US) 



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Recommendations for future research on national ambient air- 
quality standards for ozone and lead. Final report, 15:380 (R;US) 

Report of the Ecological Risk-Assessment Review Subcommittee: 
review of the Office of Research and Development's ecological 
risk-assessment program. Final report, 15:62 (R;US) 

Report of the Indoor Air Quality Research Review Panel: review of 
the Office of Research and Development's plan for determining 
future research needs on indoor air pollution. Final report, 
15:255 (R;US) 

Review of a framework for improving surface-water monitoring sup- 
port for decision making. Report of the Environmental Effects, 
Transport and Fate Committee. Final report, 15:373 (R;US) 

Review of EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) water-quality- 
based approach research program, 15:69 (R;US) 

Review of EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) assessment 
of the risks of stratospheric modification. Review of the Strato- 
spheric Ozone Subcommittee of the Science Advisory Board. 
Final report, 15:256 (R;US) 

Review of research in support of extrapolation models by EPA's 
(Environmental Protection Agency's) Office of Research and 
Development. Final report, 15:257 (R;US) 

Review of technical documents supporting proposed revisions to 
EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) regulations for the dis- 
posal/reuse of sewage sludge under Section 405(D) of the 
Clean Water Act. Final report, 15:75 (R;US) 

Review of technical documents supporting revisions to the portion 
of EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) ocean-dumping reg- 
ulations relating to the ocean disposal of dredged materials. 
Report of the Environmental Engineering Committee. Final re- 
port, 15:76 (R;US) 

Review of the agency's radon-mitigation research plan. Final re- 
port, 15:77 (R;US) 

Review of the NAAQS (National Ambient Air Quality Standards) 
for particulate matter: assessment of scientific and technical in- 
formation. Final report, 15:72 (R;US) 

Review of the Office of Radiation Programs' national radon survey 
design. Final report, 15:372 (R;US) 

Review of the Office of Research and Development's proposed 
budget for Fiscal Year 1988. Final report, 15:70 (R;US) 

Review of the Office of Research and Development's proposed 
budget for Fiscal Year 1987. Final report, 15:71 (R;US) 

Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE) program: 

draft strategy and program plan. Final report, 15:73 (R;US) 
ERA Technology Ltd., Leatherhead (UK) 

Building and energy-management systems: a user guide, 15:1623 

(R;US) 
Ernst and Whlnney, Washington, DC (USA) 

Proposals for monitoring the performance of electric utilities. Tech- 
nical paper, 15:670 (R;US) 



Factory Mutual Research Corp., Norwood, MA (USA) 

Fire protection survey Pinellas Plant Largo, Florida, 15:1348 (R;US) 
Fairieigh Dickinson Univ., Teaneck, NJ (USA). Dept. of Physics 
International technology transfer: study of selected problems en- 
countered by multinational businesses in lesser-developed 
countries, 15:1 918 (D;US) 

Faucett (Jack) Associates, Bethesda, MD (USA) 
Changes in domestic demand for primary metals due to economic 
growth, technology change, and change in composition of final 
demand. Open File report (Final), 15:105 (R;US) 
National Energy Accounts, 1958-1985. Technical report (Final), 

15:2750 (R;US) 
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC 

(USA). Office of Pipeline and Producer Regulation 
Mojave-Kern River-El Dorado natural gas pipeline projects, Final 
Environmental Impact Report/Statement. Volume 1. Mojave, El 
Dorado, El Paso, and Transwestern. Volume 2. Kern River. Vol- 
ume 3. Comparisons and recommendations. Volume 4. Maps. 
Volume 5. Letters and comments. Report for April 1985- 
December 1987, 15:177 (R;US) 



Ferrey (Steven) and Associates, Newton, MA (USA) 

The utility wholesale power transaction as a LCUP mechanism, 

15:1507 (R;US) 

Florida Div. of Forestry, Tallahassee, FL (USA) 
Development of techniques for the use of trees in the reclamation 

of phosphate lands. Final report, 15:1572 (R;US) 
Florida State Univ., Tallahassee, FL (USA) 
Size of manufacturing establishments, economies of scale, and 
the cost offuel consumed: An empirical analysis of 1972 and 
1977, 15:3067 (D;US) 

Florida State Univ., Tallahassee, FL (USA). Center for Biomedi- 
cal and Toxicological Research and Hazardous Waste 
Management 

Production and management of small-quantity-generator haz- 
ardous waste in Florida, 15:760 (R;US) 
Food and Drug Administration, Rockville, MD (USA). Center for 

Devices and Radiological Health 

Administration of the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act 
of 1968, Public Law 90-602, (1987 annual report). Report for 
January-December 1987, 15:248 (R;US) 
Guide for preparing annual reports on radiation-safety testing of 

electronic products (general), 15:619 (R;US) 
Forest Service, Fort Collins, CO (USA). Rocky Mountain Forest 

and Range Experiment Station 

Screening procedure to evaluate air pollution effects on Class I 
wilderness areas. Forest Service general technical report (Fi- 
nal), 15:1375 (R;US) 

Forest Service, Ogden, UT (USA), intermountain Research Sta- 
tion 
Arizona's 1984 fuelwood harvest. Forest Service resource bulletin, 

15:342 (R;US) 

New Mexico's 1986 fuel-wood harvest. Forest Service resource 
bulletin, 15:2738 (R;US) 



Garfield County Dept. of Building, Sanitation and Planning, 
Gfenwood Springs, CO (USA) 

Alternative fuels-data base development project: Final report, 

15:895 (R;US) 

Gas Research Inst., Chicago, IL (USA) 
Gas Research Institute 1988 annual report. Benefits, balance, 

broad industry cooperation, 15:2998 (R;US) 
Gas Research Institute 1989-1993 research and devlopment plan 

and 1989 research and development program. Executive Sum- 
mary, 15:184 (R;US) 
Gas Research Institute review of basic sciences research, 1979- 

1986, 15:1490 (R;US) 
Gas Research Institute review of basic sciences research, 1987, 

15:1491 (R;US) 

Gas Research Institute: an update, January 1989, 15:2999 (R;US) 
Gas Research Institute: overview, January 1989, 15:3000 (R;US) 
GRI (Gas Research Institute) catalog of technical reports, 15:1991 

(R;US) 
Industrial utilization research and development status report: 

1987-1988, 15:905 (R;US) 
New technologies for the gas industry - 2: GRI's (Gas Research 

Institute's) Transport and Storage Program, 15:907 (R;US) 
Physical Science Program area: 1988 contract status report, 

15:1489 (R;US) 

Policy implications of the 1988 GRI (Gas Research Institute) base- 
line projection of US energy supply and demand to 2010, 

15:869 (R;US) 
Putting R and D (research and development) results to work: the 

role of technology transfer. Annual report, 15:2643 (R;US) 
The long-term trends in US gas supply and prices: The 1988 GRI 

baseline projection of US energy supply and demand to 2010: 

Gas Research Insights, 15:1632 (R;US) 
Gas Research Inst., Chicago, IL (USA). Strategic Analysis and 

Energy Forecasting Div. 
1988 GRI baseline projection of US energy supply and demand to 

2010,15:1191 (R;US) 



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Gas Research Inst., Washington, DC (USA). Strategic Analysis 
and Energy Forecasting Div. 

Industrial natural gas markets: facts, fallacies, and forecasts. Topi- 
cal report, 15:2642 (R;US) 

Outlook for natural gas in the industrial sector (Executive Sum- 
mary), 15:187(R;US) 

General Accounting Office, Washington, DC (USA). National Se- 
curity and International Affairs Div. 

International energy agency, 15:900 (R;US) 

International Energy Agency, 15:2306 (R;US) 

Nuclear materials, 1 5:830 (R;US) 

Nuclear power safety, 15:1928 (R;US) 

Strategic Defense Initiative Program, 15:2925 (R;US) 

Strategic defense initiative program, 15:2224 (R;US) 
General Accounting Office, Washington, DC (USA). Resources, 
Community and Economic Development Div. 

Alternative fuels, 15:2309 (R;US) 

Biotechnology, 15:2205 (R;US) 

Canadian power imports, 15:3019 (R;US) 

Electricity supply, 15:2926 (R;US) 

Energy management, 15:648 (R;US) 

Energy management, 15:2312 (R;US) 

Energy regulation, 15:1821 (R;US) 

Federal electric power, 15:668 (R;US) 

Federal research assessment of small business innovation re- 
search programs, 15:1412 (R;US) 

Fossil fuels, 15:2993 (R;US) 

Gasoline marketing, 15:2994 (R;US) 

Indoor radon, 15:1822 (R;US) 

Mineral resources, 15:2308 (R;US) 

Natural gas regulation, 15:2310 (R;US) 

Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 1, 15:2317 (R;US) 

Naval Petroleum Reserve-1, 15:2315 (R;US) 

Nuclear health and safety, 15:2232 (R;US) 

Nuclear regulation, 15:2230 (R;US) 

Nuclear regulation, 15:2231 (R;US) 

Nuclear regulation, 15:1929 (R;US) 

Nuclear science, 15:2584 (R;US) 

Nuclear science, 15:3020 (R;US) 

Nuclear waste, 15:2307 (R;US) 

Offshore oil and gas, 15:2311 (R;US) 

Oil reserves, 15:2316 (R;US) 

Strategic Petroleum Reserves, 15:2995 (R;US) 

Surface mining, 15:2313 (R;US) 

Surface mining, 15:2902 (R;US) 

Synthetic fuels, 15:2314 (R;US) 
General Atomics Co., San Diego, CA (USA) 

Environmental aspects of MHTGR [Modular High-Temperature 

Gas-Cooled Reactor] operation, 15:32 (R;US) 
Geological Exploration Associates Ltd., Golden, CO (USA) 

Natural gas resource data base for the United States (1987). Final 

report, June-December 1987, 15:906 (R;US) 
Geological Survey, Alexandria, VA (USA) 

Mineral resources of the Cedar Mountain Wilderness Study Area, 
Washakie and Hot Springs Counties, Wyoming, 15:598 (R;US) 

Mineral resources of the Henry's Lake Wilderness Study Area, 

Fremont County, Idaho, 15:597 (R;US) 
Geological Survey, St. Paul, MN (USA). Water Resources Div. 

Water resources data for Minnesota, water year 1 986. Volume 1 . 
Great Lakes and Souris-Red rainy river basins. Water-data report 
(Annual), 1 October 1985-30 September 1986, 15:1573 (R;US) 

Water resources data for Minnesota, water year 1986. Volume 2. 
Upper Mississippi and Missouri River basins. Water-data report 
(Annual), 1 October 1985-30 September 1986, 15:1574 (R;US) 
George Mason Univ., Fairfax, VA (USA) 

Political economy of the utility rate-making process, 15:1309 (B;US) 
George Mason Univ., Fairfax, VA (USA). School of Law 

Examination of the legal mechanisms to regulate advanced fision 

reactors, 1 5:2582 (R;US) 
Georgetown Univ., Washington, DC (USA) 

Emergence of American central nuclear strategy, 1945-1984, 
15:1158 (D;US) 



Georgia Dept. of Transportation, Atlanta, GA (USA). Research 
'and Development Bureau 

Solar energy for utilization in a Georgia rest area (space and do- 
mestic water heating). Final report, 1984-1987, 15:2737 (R;US) 
Glasgow Univ. (UK) 
Growth of the concept of energy - a longitudinal study in Scottish 

secondary schools, 15:1331 (D;GB) 

Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable, Wash- 
ington, DC (USA) 
The Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable: 1988 

annual report, 15:2911 (R;US) 
Great Lakes Regional Biomass Energy Program, Madison, Wl 

(USA) 

Inventory of biomass facilities in Illinois, 15:726 (R;US) 
Groupe International de Recherche sur I'Enseignement de la 

Physique 

Nuclear physics, nuclear power, 15:853 (B;HU) 
Gruppen for Ressursstudier, Oslo (Norway) 
How to succeed in the energy market?. A report from a preliminary 
project, 15:2480 (R;NO;ln Norwegian) 



H 

Harvard Univ., Boston, MA (USA) 

Energy and the economy in oil-exporting countries: general- 
equilibrium analysis and application to Venezuela, 15:1499 
(D;US) 
Role of minerals in the economic development of China: 1949- 

2000, 15:1403 (D;US) 

Harvard Univ., Boston, MA (USA). School of Public Health 
Central radon data base and digitized bedrock map of US EPA 
(Environmental Protection Agency) Region 1. Technical report, 
15:2814 (R;US) 
Permitting nonpoint sources: Programs, provisions, problems and 

potential. Technical report (Final), 15:2805 (R;US) 
Hawaii Univ., Honolulu, HI (USA) 
Energy reform in China: the professionalization of energy policy 

making, 15:1481 (D;US) 
Health Effects Inst., Cambridge, MA (USA) 
Automotive methanol vapors and human health: an evaluation of 
existing scientific information and issues for future research. 
Special report, 15:247 (R;US) 
Henneman (Burr), Bolinas, CA (USA) 

Persistent marine debris in the North Sea, Northwest Atlantic 
Ocean, Wider Caribbean Area, and the West Coast of Baja Cali- 
fornia. Final report, 15:401 (R;US) 

House of Lords, London (UK). Select Committee on the Euro- 
pean Communities 
Alternative energy sources. Report with evidence. Session 1987- 

88. 16th report, 15:345 (B;GB) 
Houston Univ., TX (USA) 

Study of the conflict between private and public power interests in 
Louisiana, 1950-1980: competition and conflict between Gulf 
States Utilities Company and REA funded cooperatives, 
15:1525 (D;US) 
Houston, City of, TX (USA) 

Electric utility franchise guide, 15:2347 (R;US) 
Howard Univ., Washington, DC (USA). Dept. of Electrical Engi- 
neering 

Expert system assisted load management and security: Part 1, 
Security analysis and optimization algorithms: Final report, 
15:1508 (R;US) 

Hydrologic Engineering Center, Davis, CA (USA) 
Water quality modeling of reservoir system operations using HEC- 
5, 15:243 (R;US) 



I 

ICF, Inc., Fairfax, VA (USA) 

Community relations in Superfund: a handbook (interim version), 
15:2529 (R;US) 



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Review of ecological risk-assessment methods. Final report, 

15:768 (R;US) 

Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA): Section 
313 Roadmaps data base user's manual. Final report, 15:767 
(R;US) 

ICF, Inc., Washington, DC (USA) 

Potential impacts of climate change on electric utilities. Final re- 
port, 15:669 (R;US) 

Idaho National Engineering Lab., Idaho Falls, ID (USA) 
Report of public hearings on the draft environmental impact state- 
ment, DOE/EIS-0136: Special Isotope Separation Project: 
Volume 6, Proceedings of the meeting held March 26, 1 988, at 
Boise City Hall, City Council Chambers, Boise, 10,15:611 (R;US) 
Report of public meetings on the draft environmental impact state- 
ment, DOE/EIS-0136: Special Isotope Separation Project: 
Volume 2, Proceedings of the meeting held March 25, 1988, at 
University Place, Idaho Falls, ID, 15:119 (R;US) 
Idaho Univ., Moscow, ID (USA). Coll. of Mines and Earth Re- 
sources 
Ground-water management under the appropriation doctrine. 

Technical report, 15:1895 (R;US) 
IEA Coal Research, London (UK) 

Prospects for Polish and Soviet coal exports, 15:2318 (R;GB) 
Illinois Dept. of Energy and Natural Resources, Springfield, IL 

(USA) 

Characterization of Non-RCRA (Resource Recovery and Conser- 
vation Act) special waste. Final report, 15:1376 (R;US) 
Illinois Dept. of Energy and Natural Resources, Springfield, IL 

(USA). Building Efficiency Section 
Illinois state buildings energy expense study: FY88 and projected 

FY89-91, 15:2970 (R;US) 
Illinois Dept. of Energy and Natural Resources, Springfield, IL 

(USA). Office of Solid Waste and Renewable Resources 
Biomass energy industry sourcebook, 15:2654 (R;US) 
Illinois Dept. of Energy and Natural Resources, Springfield, IL 

(USA). Strategic Planning Section 

Illinois statewide electric utility plan. Volume 2. Analysis and rec- 
ommendations, 15:2695 (R;US) 

Illinois statewide electric utility plan. Volume 3. Appendix- 
methodology, 1 5:2696 (R;US) 

Illinois statewide electric-utility plan. Volume 1. Executive sum- 
mary, 15:1702 (R;US) 
Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, Springfield, IL (USA). 

Div. of Land Pollution Control 

Available disposal capacity for solid waste in Illinois: second an- 
nual report, 15:770 (R;US) 
Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, Springfield, IL (USA). 

Enforcement Programs 
Hazardous-waste enforcement in Illinois, Fiscal year 1 987. Report 

for 1 July 1986-30 June 1987, 15:587 (R;US) 
Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, Springfield, IL (USA). 

Environmental Programs 

Toxic chemical report, first annual: a summary of information con- 
tained in the toxic chemical report forms for calendar year 1 987. 
Final report, 15:2803 (R;US) 
Illinois Inst. of Natural Resources, Champaign, IL (USA). Illinois 

Natural History Survey 
Woody biomass energy resources of Illinois. Final report, 15:228 

(R;US) 

Illinois State Museum, Springfield, IL (USA) 
Historical assessment of hazardous-waste management in Madi- 
son and St. Clair Counties, Illinois, 1890-1980, 15:2828 (R;US) 
Illinois Univ., Chicago, IL (USA) 

Handbook for increasing competition in public transportation by 
recognizing and dealing effectively with labor requirements, 
1 5:152 (R;US) 

Illinois Univ., Chicago, IL (USA). School of Public Health 
Cost-effectiveness analysis of public education and incentive pro- 
grams for controlling radon in the home. Final report, 15:1358 
(R;US) 

Illinois Univ., Urbana, IL (USA). Coll. of Engineering 
Advanced Utility Simulation Model, Energy, and Employment 
Impacts Module (Version 1.0). Final report, September 1982- 
August 1983, 15:671 (R;US) 



Illinois Univ., Urbana, IL (USA). Dept. of Agricultural Economics 

Financing alternatives for agricultural nonpoint source pollution 

control programs. Final report, 1 5:584 (R;US) 
Illinois Univ., Urbana, IL (USA). Inst. of Environmental Studies 
Refining the degree of hazard ranking methodology for Illinois in- 
dustrial waste streams, 15:2549 (R;US) 
Illinois Univ., Urbana, IL (USA). Survey Research Lab. 
Participation in a household hazardous-waste collection drive and 
'before' and 'after' public knowledge and disposal practices: 
Champaign County. Technical report, 15:2548 (R;US) 
Indiana Univ., Bloomington, IN (USA) 
But the birds will lose their wonder: US policy and technological 

change, 15:1424 (D;US) 

Institute of Energy Economics, Tokyo (Japan) 
Development and application of global petroleum flow model. Test 
calculation of oil products supply capacity of Pacific rim area to 
Japan, 15:494 (R;JP;ln Japanese) 

Institute of Technology Assessment, Springfield, IL (USA) 
Guide to land treatment of municipal waste water in Illinois, 

15:1896 (R;US) 

International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Wash- 
ington, DC (USA) 
Government policies and deforestation in Brazil's Amazon region, 

15:2213 (R;US) 

Household energy handbook: an interim guide and reference 
manual. World Bank technical paper, 15:2614 (R;US;ln French) 
Integrated national energy planning and management: methodol- 
ogy and application to Sri Lanka. World Bank technical paper, 
15:641 (R;US) 

World petroleum markets: a framework for reliable projections, the 
Petroleum Finance Company, Ltd. World Bank technical paper, 
15:649 (R;US) 

International Energy Agency, 75 - Paris (France) 
Building design: Technologies for the future environment, 15:1587 

(R;US) 

International Science and Technology, Inc., Reston, VA (USA) 
Maryland long-term stream-chemistry monitoring program, 15:369 

(R;US) 
Maryland long-term stream-chemistry monitoring program. Volume 

1. Program design, 15:370 (R;US) 

International Taxlcab Association, Rockvllle, MD (USA) 
Private-sector contracting for transit services: operator handbook, 

15:154(R;US) 

International Trade Administration, Washington, DC (USA) 
Research and development in biotechnology-related industries in 

Japan (1989), 15:2917 (R;US) 

International Trade Administration, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Energy 
Cost comparison of selected US and Australian coal mines, 

15:2641 (R;US) 

International Water Power and Dam Construction, Sutton (UK) 
Hydro '88: incorporating third international conference on small 

hydro conference papers, 15:1084 (B;GB) 
Iowa Dept. of Natural Resources, Des Moines, IA (USA) 
Annual report on abandoned or uncontrolled hazardous-waste dis- 
posal sites and Hazardous Waste Remedial Fund, 1988, 
15:1 560 (R;US) 

Iowa Dept. of Natural Resources, Des Moines, IA (USA). Envi- 
ronmental Protection Div. 

Water quality in Iowa during 1 986 and 1 987, 1 5:48 (R;US) 
Island Rides, Inc., Melville, NY (USA) 

Development and demonstration of marketing techniques for es- 
tablishment of ride-sharing corporations in New York State. 
Final report, 15:633 (R;US) 



JACA Corp., Fort Washington, PA (USA) 

Model assessment for delineating wellhead protection areas. Final 
report, 15:54 (R;US) 



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Jackson State Univ., MS (USA) 

Analysis of four selected state-transportation coordinated efforts in 
social services and rural public transportation. Final report, 
15:1 625 (R;US) 
Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, MD (USA) 

Development of Soviet interest in east-west energy cooperation in 
Europe, 1971-1981., 15:1476 (D;US) 

Trouble in paradise: institutionalized expertise in the development 

of nuclear power, 1945-1975, 15:1436 (D;US) 
Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, MD (USA). School of Hygiene 
and Public Health 

Coal workers' respiratory-disease program evaluation. Report for 

1 December 1985-30 November 1987 (Final), 15:901 (R;US) 
Joyce (T.) Associates, Inc., Fairfax, VA (USA) 

R and D planning implications of shifts in gas-delivery patterns. Fi- 
nal report, November 1 987-July 1 988, 15:189 (R;US) 



K 

Kaman Tempo, Alexandria, VA (USA) 

Technical papers presented at the Defense Nuclear Agency global 
effects review - 7-9 April 1987. Volume 1. Technical report, 
15:117(R;US) 
Kauppa- ja Teollisuusminlsterio, Helsinki (Finland). Ener- 

gfaosasto 

Energy statistics 1987, 15:1529 (B;FI;ln Finnish) 
Kearney (AT.), Inc., Alexandria, VA (USA) 
Baseline socio-economic profiles of coastal counties in the northern 
California planning area. Final report, 1970-2020, 15:357 (R;US) 
Baseline socio-economic profiles of coastal counties in the central 
California planning area. Final report, 1970-2020, 15:358 (R;US) 
Baseline socio-economic profiles of coastal counties in the southern 
California planning area. Final report, 1970-2020, 15:359 (R;US) 
Kent State Univ., OH (USA) 

Factors influencing state conformance to federal environmental 
policy goals: a comparison of state implementation of vehicle 
emissions inspection/maintenance programs, 15:1387 (D;US) 
Kentucky Energy Cabinet, Lexington, KY (USA) 
Seniors Weatherization and Training (SWAT): Partnerships In Low 
Income Residential Retrofit: Model implementation program: Fi- 
nal report, 15:1 336 (R;US) 
Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe G.m.b.H. (Germany, F.R.). 

Abt. fuer Angewandte Systemanalyse 

On the significance of hydrogen for energy policies. An investiga- 
tion through systems analysis, 15:1501 (R;DE;ln German) 
Keurlng van Electrotechnische Materlalen N.V., Arnhem 

(Netherlands) 
Special issue: electricity distribution in the Netherlands in 2010: 

the case of an all-electric residential area, 15:218 (R;US) 
Keystone Center, CO (USA) 

[Keystone Energy Futures Project]: Final report, 15:971 (R;US) 
Korea Energy Economics Inst., Seoul (Republic of Korea) 
Energy and coal supply and demand in Korea: Trends and out- 
look, 15:1190(R;KR) 



La Verne Univ., CA (USA) 

Hazardous-waste control in southern California, 15:2895 (D;US) 
Lane and Edson, P.C., Washington, DC (USA) 

Investigation into the establishment of a corporation for energy fi- 
nancing. Final report, 15:557 (R;US) 
Lawrence Berkeley Lab., CA (USA) 

An end-use approach to development of long-term energy de- 
mand scenarios for developing countries, 15:1633 (R;US) 

An evaluation of energy conservation programs for new residential 
buildings, 15:1170 (R;US) 

Analysis of Michigan's demand-side electricity resources in the 
residential sector: Volume 1 , Executive summary: Final report, 
1 5:2136 (R;US) 



Analysis of Michigan's demand-side electricity resources in the 
residential sector: Volume 2, Methodology and results: Final re- 
port, 15:1 969 (R;US) 

Analysis of Michigan's demand-side electricity resources in the 
residential sector: Volume 3, End-use studies: Revised final re- 
port, 1 5:2137 (R;US) 

Atomic energy as an humane endeavor: Retrospective on its de- 
velopment, 15:1428 (R;US) 

Energy Analysis Program: Annual report, FY1988, 15:1536 (R;US) 

Energy Conversion and Storage Program: Applied Science Divi- 
sion annual report, FY 1987, 15:1912 (R;US) 

Energy Conversion and Storage Program: Applied Science Divi- 
sion annual report, FY 1988, 15:1913 (R;US) 

Energy efficiency and structural change: Implications for the 
greenhouse problem, 15:1823 (R;US) 

Evaluating energy and non-energy impacts of energy conservation 
programs: A supply curve framework of analysis, 1 5:2475 (R;US) 

Introduction to the journal of Glenn T. Seaborg, Chairman of the 
US Atomic Energy Commission, 1961-1971, 15:1138 (R;US) 

Journal of Glenn T. Seaborg (Chairman, US Atomic Energy Com- 
mission, 1961 through 1971), July 1, 1 961-December 31, 1961, 
15:1931 (R;US) 

Journal of Glenn T. Seaborg, Chairman of the US Atomic Energy 
Commission, 1961-1971: Volume 1, February 1, 1961-June 
30, 1961, 15:1 930 (R;US) 

Least-cost planning in the utility sector: Progress and challenges, 
15:2098 (R;US) 

Materials and Chemical Sciences Division annual report, 1987, 
15:1120 (R;US) 

Nationwide survey of energy conservation in colleges and univer- 
sities: Institutional, organizational, and technical characteristics, 
15:1950 (R;US) 

Planning for an energy-efficient future: The experience with imple- 
menting energy conservation programs for new residential and 
commercial buildings: Volume 1, 15:288 (R;US) 

Planning for an energy-efficient future: The experience with imple- 
menting energy conservation programs for new residential and 
commercial buildings: Volume 2, Program descriptions, 15:1169 
(R;US) 

Proceedings of the Chinese-American symposium on energy mar- 
kets and the future of energy demand, 15:1970 (R;US) 

Program development fund: FY 1987, 15:2576 (R;US) 

Review of the demand-side management plans of four New York 
utilities, 15:2096 (R;US) 

Statistical indicators of potential for electric utility least-cost plan- 
ning programs, 15:2093 (R;US) 

Structural evolution of the electric utility industry, 15:2094 (R;US) 

Technology assessment: Electronic office equipment: Revision, 
15:21 38 (R;US) 

The impact of the CFC [chlorofluorocarbon] phase-out on PG and 
E, its customers, and energy use, 15:2097 (R;US) 

The regional energy and economic impacts of the National Appli- 
ance Energy Conservation Act of 1987, 15:1951 (R;US) 

The sum of megabytes equals gigawatts: Energy consumption and 
efficiency of office PC's and related equipment, 15:1775 (R;US) 

The Utility Accounting Package user's manual: Version 1.0, 
15:1786 (R;US) 

Welfare and efficiency benefits of all sources bidding, 15:2095 

(R;US) 
Lawrence Llvermore National Lab., CA (USA) 

California energy flow in 1987, 15:1062 (R;US) 

Decline in energy use in the seventies and early eighties, 15:2182 
(R;US) 

Energy and technology review, 15:607 (R;US) 

Energy and Technology Review, May-June 1989, 15:2920 (R;US) 

Energy and Technology Review, November 1988, 15:1127 (R;US) 

Engineering thrust areas, 1989, 15:1126 (R;US) 

Ethics and nuclear weapons research, 15:1140 (R;US) 

Fusion: A necessary component of US energy policy, 15:1083 
(R;US) 

Fusion: A necessary component of US energy policy: Revision 1, 
15:11 94 (R;US) 

Institutional research and development, FY 1988, 15:1591 (R;US) 

PACER revisited, 15:229 (R;US) 



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Repository Technology Program activities, FY 1988, 15:2624 
(R;US) 

Structural details for wind design, 15:590 (R;US) 

The future of nuclear weapon technology, 15:642 (R;US) 

The LLNL/UC Davis Dialogue Project: Final report, 15:240 (R;US) 

The state of the laboratory: Energy and technology review, July- 
August 1988, 15:111 (R;US) 
League of Women Voters Education Fund, Washington, DC (USA) 

Nuclear Waste Education Project: Final report, 15:2975 (R;US) 
Leicester Univ. (UK) 

Depletion theory of exhaustible resources: a case study of Saudi 
Arabia, 15:1112 (D;GB) 

Study of the impact of the Egyptian petroleum sector on the Egyp- 
tian economy, 1962-1982, 15:1497 (D;GB) 
Lenox Inst. for Research, Inc., MA (USA) 

Drinking water standards and regulations. Volume 3. Manual for 
1978-1988, 1 5:384 (R;US) 

Drinking-Water Standards and Regulations. Volume 2. Manual for 
1982-88, 15:383 (R;US) 

Drinking-water standards and regulations. Volume 4. Manual for 
1979-1988, 15:1 357 (R;US) 

Standards and guides of water treatment and water-distribution 

systems. Volume 2. Manual for 1987-1988, 15:385 (R;US) 
Levy Partnership, New York, NY (USA) 

An agenda for cooperative R and D in advanced, energy-efficient 

housing, 15:266 (R;US) 
Lewin and Associates, Inc., Washington, DC (USA) 

Methodological challenges in health risk assessment. Final report, 
1 5:398 (R;US) 

Parametric study of the undiscovered resource base: recom- 
mended for enhancing the GRI (Gas Research Institute) 
baseline projection, 15:180 (R;US) 

Parametric study of the undiscovered resource base: recommen- 
dations for enhancing the GRI (Gas Research Institute) baseline 
projection. Volume 1 . Detailed study of the permian Basin. Final 
report, 1984-1986, 15:181 (R;US) 

Parametric study of the undiscovered resource base: recommen- 
dations for enhancing the GRI (Gas Research Institute) baseline 
projection. Volume 2. Lower-48 onshore resource base compar- 
ison. Final report, 15:182 (R;US) 

Parametric study of the undiscovered resource base: recommen- 
dations for enhancing the GRI (Gas Research Institute) baseline 
projection. Volume 3. Allocation of the gas resource base by 
size of accumulations and deliverability. Final report, 1984- 
1986, 15:1 83 (R;US) 

Reserve growth and future US oil supplies: Final report, 15:2305 

(R;US) 
Life Systems, Inc., Cleveland, OH (USA) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study. Vol- 
ume 1. Introduction and decision-making documentation. Final 
report, 1 5:375 (R;US) 
Little (Arthur D.), Inc., Cambridge, MA (USA) 

Capacity vulnerability indicators for strategic and critical materials. 

Final report, October 1986-June 1988, 15:2901 (R;US) 
Logistics Management Inst., Bethesda, MD (USA) 

Making shared energy savings work. Final report, 15:463 (R;US) 
Los Alamos National Lab., NM (USA) 

Achieving mutual deterrence with active defenses: Report No. 4, 
15:613 (R;US) 

An energy atlas of five Central American countries, 15:479 
(R;US;ln English, Spanish) 

Central American resource studies, 15:1894 (R;US) 

Developing a quality plan at a national laboratory, 15:1478 (R;US) 

Employment-generating projects for the energy and minerals sec- 
tors of Honduras, 15:605 (R;US;ln English, Spanish) 

Energy security in a competitive world, 15:2181 (R;US) 

Lessons of Chernobyl, 15:488 (R;US) 

Putting space resources to work, 15:109 (R;US) 

Role of IAEA [International Atomic Energy Agency] safeguards in 
confidence building, 15:2927 (R;US) 

Transitional strategic defense architectures, 15:1137 (R;US) 
Lund Univ. (Sweden) 

Solar energy utilization through building design: a study in the ex- 
perimental building minilab, 15:1779 (R;SE) 



M 

Maine Office off Energy Resources, Augusta, ME (USA) 

Maine Office of Energy Resources 1986-87 distillate price and in- 
ventory monitoring program: Final report, 15:1482 (R;US) 
Manitoba Energy Authority, Winnipeg, MB (Canada) 
The Manitoba Energy Authority sixth annual report for the year 

ended March 31, 1988, 15:1513 (R;CA) 
Manyam and Associates, Inc., Lansing, Ml (USA) 
Energy survey, study and report of hospitals in Michigan: Appen- 
dix A: Volume 1 , Saint Mary's Hospital Grand Rapids, Michigan: 
Final report, 15:806 (R;US) 

Energy survey, study and report of hospitals in Michigan: Appen- 
dix A: Volume 2, Bay Medical Center, Bay City, Michigan: Final 
report, 1 5:807 (R;US) 

Martin Marietta Energy Systems, inc., Oak Ridge, TN (USA) 
Department of Energy hazardous waste remedial actions pro- 
gram: Quality assurance program, 15:22 (R;US) 
The installation restoration program: Three years of experience in 

the Department of Defense CERCLA program, 15:21 (R;US) 
Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc., Piketon, OH (USA) 
Instrumentation Technical Program Management Team: Annual 

report, FY-1988, 15:778 (R;US) 
Maryland Univ., College Park, MD (USA) 
Effects of a didactic and guided-imagery intervention regarding 
horrendous death by nuclear war upon fear of death, health 
locus of control, and social responsibility in health education col- 
lege students, 15:1437 (D;US) 
Massachusetts Inst. of Tech., Cambridge, MA (USA) 

Economic analysis of solar thermal energy systems, 1 5:1 345 (B;US) 
Massachusetts Univ., Amherst, MA (USA) 
High-technology's influence upon higher educational policy in 

Massachusetts, 15:1422 (D;US) 
Raising consciousness about the nuclear threat through music, 

15:1439 (D;US) 

Massachusetts Univ., Amherst, MA (USA). Water Resources Re- 
search Center 

Fiscal year 1987 program report (Massachusetts Water Re- 
sources Research Center). Annual report, 15:1832 (R;US) 
Municipal ground-water contamination in Massachusetts: the case 

for wellhead protection in humid regions, 15:394 (R;US) 
Mathtech, Inc., Princeton, NJ (USA) 
Guidebook for preparing players' handbooks, 15:2961 (R;US) 
Guidebook for preparing players' handbooks: Addendum, 15:2962 

(R;US) 

Meridian Corp., Alexandria, VA (USA) 

Directory of energy efficiency information services for the residen- 
tial and commercial sectors, 15:2597 (R;US) 
[Technical support services for conservation and renewable en- 
ergy]: Final report, 15:1166 (R;US) 

Merrlmack Valley Planning Commission, Haver II I, MA (USA) 
Elderly and disabled transportation plan for the Merrimack Valley, 

1 5:742 (R;US) 
Meta Systems, Inc., Cambridge, MA (USA) 

WRATES programmers's manual: Final report, 15:1673 (R;US) 
Michigan Hospital Association Service Corp., Lansing, Ml (USA) 
Development of community-sponsored financing programs for 

hospital energy investments, 15:798 (R;US) 
Michigan State Univ., East Lansing, Ml (USA) 
Conceptualization of appropriate technology in Lundazi district of 

rural Zambia, 15:1420 (D;US) 
Midwest Research Inst., Kansas City, MO (USA) 
Risk-assessment methodology for hazardous-waste management. 

Final report, 15:1559 (R;US) 

Miller (Wade) Associates, Inc., Arlington, VA (USA) 
Information collection request for proposed National Primary 
Drinking Water Regulations for synthetic organic chemicals 
(draft), April 1989, 15:2824 (R;US) 

Information-collection request for: National Primary Drinking Wa- 
ter Regulations for inorganic chemicals. Phase 2, March 1 989, 
15:2823 (R;US) 

Regulatory impact analysis of proposed National Primary Drinking 
Water Regulations for synthetic organic chemicals. Phase 2, 
April 1989, 1 5:2822 (R;US) 



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Regulatory impact analysis: Benefits and costs of proposed Na- 
tional Primary Drinking Water Regulations for inorganic 
chemicals. Phase 2, March 1989, 15:2821 (R;US) 
Ministry of Coal industry, Beijing, BJ (China) 
A review of China's coal export potential through her domestic de- 
mand and supply, 15:1081 (R;CN) 
Minnesota Dept. of Public Service, St. Paul, MN (USA) 
Fuel oil price and inventory survey, 19871988 heating season: 

Final technical report, 15:1621 (R;US) 
Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis, MN (USA) 
Structure of technological revolutions: an empirical study of the 
development of III-V compound semiconductor technology, 
15:1421 (D;US) 
Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis, MN (USA). Hubert H. Humphrey 

Inst. of Public Affairs 

EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency) role in non-hazardous 
solid-waste management on Indian land: Issues and options. 
Technical report, 15:2811 (R;US) 
Missouri Dept. of Natural Resources, Jefferson City, MO (USA). 

Div. of Energy 
The state of missouri annual energy savings report to DOE (CE- 

462), 15:1452 (R;US) 

Missouri State Government, Jefferson City, MO (USA) 
1988 national weatherization state managers' conference: Final 
report, 15:2254 (R;US) 



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National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program, Washington, 
DC (USA) 

National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program annual report 

1987 to the President and Congress, 15:1825 (R;US) 
National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program, Washington, 
DC (USA). Office of the Director of Research 

Plan and schedule for NAPAP assessment reports, 1989-1990: 
State of science, state of technology, integrated assessment, 
1 5:755 (R;US) 

Review of public comments on the October 1988 draft of the "plan 
and schedule for NAPAP assessment reports, 1989-1990", 
1 5:754 (R;US) 
National Bureau of Standards, Washington, DC (USA) 

Federal Building Life-Cycle Cost (FBLCC) Program (for microcom- 
puters). Software, 15:1456 (R;US) 
National Conference of State Legislatures, Denver, CO (USA) 

Survey of state ground-water-quality protection legislation enacted 

from 1985 through 1987, 15:2517 (R;US) 
National Consumer Law Center, Washington, DC (USA) 

State uses of Exxon and Stripper well oil overcharge funds: Status 
report, 1 5:549 (R;US) 

State uses of Exxon and Stripper Well oil overcharge funds: Sta- 
tus report No. 4, 15:2754 (R;US) 
National Demonstration Water Project, Washington, DC (USA) 

Comptrain guide: a manual for improving the performance of 

small water and waste-water systems, 15:771 (R;US) 
National Energy Extension Service Advisory Board, Washing- 
ton, DC (USA) 

Tenth annual report to Congress and the Secretary of Energy on the 
Nationwide Energy Extension Service Program, 15:1450 (R;US) 
National Engineering Lab. (NBS), Washington, DC (USA) 

Thermal and economic analysis of three HVAC (heating, ventilat- 
ing, and air conditioning) system types in a typical VA (Veterans 
Administration) patient facility, 15:2605 (R;US) 
National Inst. for Occupational Safety and Health, Cincinnati, 
OH (USA) 

NIOSH (national Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) tes- 
timony to DOL (Department of Labor) on Occupational Safety 
and Health Administration's proposed rule on electrical safety- 
related work practices, 15:391 (R;US) 

NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) tes- 
timony to DOL (Department of Labor) on the Occupational 
Safety and Health Administration's proposed rule on the control 
of hazardous energy sources (lockout/tagout) by R. W. 
Niemeier, Septembers, 1988, 15:1971 (R;US) 



National Inst. for Occupational Safety and Health, Cincinnati, 
OH (USA). Div. of Surveillance, Hazard Evaluation and Field 
Studies 

National Occupational Exposure Survey (NOES). Volume 1 . Sur- 
vey manual, 15:393 (R;US) 
National Inst. for Petroleum and Energy Research, Bartlesville, 

OK (USA) 

National Institute for Petroleum and Energy Research: Quarterly 
technical report, January 1-March 31, 1989: Volume 2, Energy 
production research, 15:1645 (R;US) 
National Inst. of Standards and Technology (NEL), Galthers- 

burg, MD (USA). Center for Building Technology 
Illumination conditions and task visibility in daylit spaces, 1 5:2606 

(R;US) 
National Inst. of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD 

(USA) 
Evaluating office lighting environments: Second-level analysis, 

15:2948 (R;US) 
National Inst. of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD 

(USA). Electrosystems Div. 
Research for electric energy systems: An annual report, 15:437 

(R;US) 
National Marine Fisheries Service, Woods Hole, MA (USA). 

Northeast Fisheries Center 
Fish as sentinels of environmental health. Technical memo, 

15:1830 (R;US) 

National Marine Pollution Program Office, Rockvflie, MD (USA) 
National marine pollution program: summary of federal programs 

and projects: FY 1986 update, 15:388 (R;US) 
National Ocean Pollution Program Office, Rockvllle, MD (USA) 
National Marine Pollution Orogram: federal plan for ocean pollu- 
tion research, development, and monitoring, fiscal years 
1988-1992, 15:251 6 (R;US) 
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Silver 

Spring, MD (USA). Air Resources Lab. 

Fiscal year 1987 summary report of NOAA (National Oceanic and 
Atmospheric Administration) Meteorology Division support to 
the environmental protection agency. Technical memo, 15:2546 
(R;US) 
National Research Council, Washington, DC (USA) 

Directions in engineering research: an assessment of opportuni- 
ties and needs, 15:804 (R;US) 
Monitoring and managing environmental impact: American and 

Soviet perspectives, 15:392 (R;US) 

National Research Council, Washington, DC (USA). Commis- 
sion on Engineering and Technical Systems 
State and federal roles in energy emergency preparedness, 

15:872 (R;US) 

National Research Council, Washington, DC (USA). Commis- 
sion on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Resources 
Future directions in advanced exploratory research related to oil, 

gas, shale and tar sand resources, 15:896 (R;US) 
National Research Council, Washington, DC (USA). Committee 

on Electric Energy Systems 
Issues in electric energy systems: A review of the DOE R and D 

program: [Final report], 15:2344 (R;US) 

National Research Council, Washington, DC (USA). Transporta- 
tion Research Board 

Commuter, regional, and rail transit: research and analysis. Trans- 
portation Research Record, 15:1626 (R;US) 
HRIS (Highway Research Information Service) Abstracts. Volume 

20, Number 3 - Fall 1987, 15:291 (R;US) 
HRIS (Highway Research Information Service) Abstracts. Volume 

20, Number 4 - Winter 1987, 15:2603 (R;US) 

HRIS (Highway Research Information Service) Abstracts. Volume 

21 , Number 1 - Spring 1988, 15:2947 (R;US) 

HRIS (Highway Research Information Service) Abstracts. Volume 
21, Number 2 - Summer 1988, 15:2604 (R;US) 

Issues in environmental analysis. Transportation Research 
Record, 15:1557 (R;US) 

New organizational responses to the changing transit environ- 
ment, 1 5:289 (R;US) 

Rapid-rail transit and planning tools. Research report, 15:860 
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Transit management and replacement capital planning. Trans- 
portation research record, 15:1627 (R;US) 

Transportation energy. Research report, 15:868 (R;US) 

Transportation planning and automated guideways. Transportation 

research record, 15:1628 (R;US) 
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC (USA) 

National Science Foundation annual report, 1988, 15:2581 (R;US) 
National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA (USA) 

Artificial recharge of aquifers. January 1977-December 1988 (Ci- 
tations from the Selected Water Resources Abstracts data 
base). Report for January 1977-December 1988, 15:599 (R;US) 

Asbestos exposure: legislation, liability, and litigation. January 
1 985-February 1989 (Citations from the Biobusiness data 
base). Report for January 1985-February 1989, 15:1382 (R;US) 

Asbestos: chronic health effects. September 1987-July 1989 (Ci- 
tations from the Life Sciences Collection data base). Report for 
September 1987-July 1989, 15:2550 (R;US) 

Childhood lead-exposure hazards. January 1 978-February 1989 
(Citations from the Life Sciences Collection data base). Report 
for January 1 978-February 1 989, 15:1380 (R;US) 

Cogeneration: economic and technical analysis. August 1 983-May 
1989 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report for August 
1 983-May 1989, 15:2587 (R;US) 

Electric-power load management. January 1 982-November 1988 
(Citations from the NTIS data base). Report for January 1 982- 
November 1988, 15:672 (R;US) 

Energy conservation through building design. October 1984-April 
1989 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report for October 
1984-April 1989, 15:2607 (R;US) 

Environmental impacts: computer analysis. January 1970- 
September 1988 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report for 
January 1 970-September 1988, 15:80 (R;US) 

Hazardous-materials transportation. September 1 982-September 
1988 (Citations from the COMPENDEX data base). Report for 
September 1 982-September 1 988, 15:78 (R;US) 

Hydrogen use as a fuel. January 1 970-February 1989 (Citations 
from the NTIS data base). Report for January 1 970-February 
1989, 15:1 503 (R;US) 

Lead exposure and toxicrty bioassays: public health and occupa- 
tional health hazards. January 1985-February 1989 (Citations 
from the Biobusiness data base). Report for January 1985- 
February 1989, 15:1379 (R;US) 

Lead exposure: occupational health hazards. January 1 978- 
February 1989 (Citations from the Life Sciences Collection data 
base). Report for January 1978- February 1989, 15:1381 (R;US) 

Natural reserve areas: ecology and preservation. January 1970- 
May 1989 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report for 
January 1970-May 1989, 15:2564 (R;US) 

Nonreturnable packaging: the environmental debate. January 
1 982-November 1988 (Citations from Packaging Science and 
Technology Abstracts data base). Report for January 1 982- 
November 1988, 15:400 (R;US) 

Pollution liability insurance: availability, demand, and coverage. 
January 1985-March 1989 (Citations from the Biobusiness data 
base). Report for January 1985-March 1989, 15:1383 (R;US) 

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA): hazardous 
wastes. January 1 970-February 1989 (Citations from the NTIS 
data base). Report for January 1 970-February 1989, 15:1378 
(R;US) 

Sanitary Landfills. August 1986-September 1988 (Citations from 
the COMPENDEX data base). Report for August 1986- 
September 1988, 15:79 (R;US) 

Urban parking. January 1 970-September 1 988 (Citations from the 
NTIS data base). Report for January 1 970-September 1988, 
15:157 (R;US) 

Water resources: effects of land use and urbanization. September 
1981 -June 1989 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report for 
September 1981 -June 1989, 15:2565 (R;US) 

Water-quality standards summaries: State and federal criteria. 
January 1970-May 1989 (Citations from the NTIS data base). 
Report for January 1970-May 1989, 15:2834 (R;US) 

Wood as a fuel. January 1970-August 1986 (Citations from the 
NTIS data base). Report for January 1970-August 1986, 
1 5:1065 (R;US) 



Wood as a fuel. September 1986-January 1989 (Citations from the 
NTIS data base). Report for September 1986-January 1989, 
15:1 066 (R;US) 

National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA (USA). 
Center for the Utilization of Federal Technology 

Catalog of government inventions available for licensing - 1989, 
15:1590 (R;US) 

Federal Technology Catalog 1988: a guide to new and practical 

technologies. Tech notes annual index, 15:1589 (R;US) 
National Toxicology Program, Research Triangle Park, NC (USA) 

National Toxicology Program: review of current DHHS (Department 
of Health and Human Services), DOE (Department of Energy), 
and EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) research related to 
toxicology, Fiscal Year 1988. Annual report, 15:1355 (R;US) 
Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA (USA) 

Nuclear winter and nuclear policy: implications for US and Soviet 
deterrence strategies. Master's thesis, 15:610 (R;US) 

Reenlistment behavior of nuclear-trained enlisted men. Master's 
thesis, 15:445 (R;US) 

Short-term planning and forecasting for petroleum. Master's the- 
sis, 15:490 (R;US) 

Soviet political objectives in the Federal Republic of Germany: in- 
struments and assessments. Master's thesis, 15:548 (R;US) 
Naval Research Lab., Washington, DC (USA) 

Naval Research Laboratory 1986 review, 15:265 (R;US) 
Nebraska Energy Office, Lincoln, NE (USA) 

Nebraska public buildings energy program: A comprehensive ap- 
proach to energy conservation in public and institutional 
buildings: Final report, 15:287 (R;US) 

New Hampshire Univ., Durham, NH (USA). Water Resources Re- 
search Center 

Fiscal year 1987 program report: New Hampshire Water Re- 
sources Research Center, 15:787 (R;US) 

New Mexico Dept. of Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources, 
Santa Fe, NM (USA) 

Developmental state program for institutional conservation: Vol- 
ume 2: Final technical report, October 1, 1986-September 30, 
1988, 15:1114 (R;US) 

Developmental state program for institutional conservation: Vol- 
ume 3: Final technical report, October 1, 1986-September 30, 
1988, 15:1405 (R;US) 

Developmental state program for institutional conservation: Vol- 
ume 4: Final technical report, 1 October 1986-30 September 
1988, 15:1115 (R;US) 

Developmental state program for institutional conservation: Vol- 
ume 5: Final technical report, 1 October 1986-30 September 
1988, 15:11 16 (R;US) 

Developmental state program for institutional conservation: Vol- 
ume 6: Final technical report, 1 October 1986-30 September 
1988, 15:11 17 (R;US) 

Developmental state program for institutional conservation: Vol- 
ume 7: Final technical report, 1 October 1986-30 September 
1988, 15:11 18 (R;US) 

Developmental state program for institutional conservation: Vol- 
ume 8: Final technical report, October 1 , 1986-Septemeber 30, 
1988, 15:11 19 (R;US) 

Developmental state programs for institutional conservation 
programs: Volume 1: Final technical report, October 1, 1986- 
September 30, 1988, 15:1167 (R;US) 

New Mexico energy management, 15:1451 (R;US) 
New School for Social Research, New York, NY (USA) 

State-induced technological change in the United States nuclear 

power industry 1947-1987, 15:1937 (D;US) 
New South Wales Univ., Kensington (Australia) 

Developing a local capacity to plan and implement appropriate 
technologies: methodology and constraints, 15:1916 (B;AU) 

Risk perception in planning, 15:1837 (B;AU) 

Simulation approach to the operation of a multiple reservoir and 

aquifer water resource system, 15:436 (D;AU) 
New York State Assembly, Albany, NY (USA). Standing Commit- 
tee on Energy 

New York State Assembly Committee on Energy: 1 988 annual re- 
port, 15:1 639 (R;US) 



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New York State Electric and Gas Corp., Ithaca, NY (USA) 

Test marketing, 15:2664 (R;US) 
New York State Museum, Albany, NY (USA) 
Evaluating water quality for lake management. Final report, 

15:1395 (R;US) 

Newcastle upon Tyne Univ. (UK) 

Mechanization study of systems for the use of straw, 1 5:1534 (D;GB) 
Technology transfer: the problem of dependence in Kuwait, 

15:1920 (D;GB) 

North American Electric Reliability Council, Princeton, NJ (USA) 
1 988 reliability assessment: The future of bulk electric system reli- 
ability in North America, 1988-1997, 15:335 (R;US) 
North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh, NC (USA) 
Empirical model of the economics of resource extraction with out- 
put price and reserve-level stochastic, 15:1274 (D;US) 
Impact of petroleum prices on the natural rubber industry, 15:1095 

(D;US) 
Setting priorities: the key to nonpoint source control. Final report, 

1 5:254 (R;US) 

North Carolina Univ., Chapel Hill, NC (USA) 
Approaches to risk training: An evaluation of EPA (Environmental 
Protection Agency) risk training materials. Technical report, 
1 5:2808 (R;US) 
North Carolina Water Resources Research Inst., Raleigh, NC 

(USA) 
Advisory system for North Carolina ground-water quality modeling 

and management needs, 15:46 (R;US) 
Fiscal Year 1 987 program report: North Carolina Water Resources 

Research Institute, 15:45 (R;US) 
Northeast-Midwest Inst., Washington, DC (USA) 
Utilities and economic development: new partnerships for growth. 

Final report, 15:1 340 (R;US) 

Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission, Chicago, IL (USA) 
Case studies of waste-to-energy facilities. Final report, 15:2739 

(R;US) 

Northern Illinois Univ., Dekalb, IL (USA) 

Regional analysis of the production technology in the US manu- 
facturing industry, 1955-1976, 15:1096 (D;US) 
Northrop Services, inc., Corvallis, OR (USA) 
Chemical and physical characteristics of lakes in the northeastern 

United States, 15:381 (R;US) 
Notre Dame Univ., IN (USA) 

Technology and society: ideological implications of information 
and computer technologies in the Soviet Union, 15:1919 (D;US) 
Nottingham Univ. (UK) 

OPEC stability and oil-price behavior, 15:1272 (D;GB) 
NSI Technology Services Corp., Corvallis, OR (USA) 
Wetlands and water quality: EPA's (Environmental Protection 
Agency's) research and monitoring implementation plan for the 
years 1989-1994, 15:2818 (R;US) 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC (USA) 
Criteria for preparation and evaluation of radiological emergency 
response plans and preparedness in support of nuclear power 
plants: Criteria for utility offs'rte planning and preparedness: Fi- 
nal report, 15:33 (R;US) 

Indexes to Nuclear Regulatory Commission issuances, July- 
September 1988, 15:617 (R;US) 

Workshop on rules for exemption from regulatory control: Pro- 
ceedings, 15:1638 (R;US) 
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC (USA). Div. of 

Budget and Analysis 
Nuclear Regulatory Commission 1989 Information Digest, 15:1 139 

(R;US) 
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC (USA). Div. of 

Freedom of Information and Publications Services 
Indexes to Nuclear Regulatory Commission issuances, January- 
March 1989, 15:2235 (R;US) 
NRC regulatory agenda: Quarterly report, ApriWune 1988, 

15:167(R;US) 

NRC [Nuclear Regulatory Commission] regulatory agenda: Quar- 
terly report, January-March 1989, 15:1636 (R;US) 
Nuclear Regulatory Commission issuances, November 1988, 

15:832 (R;US) 
Nuclear regulatory commission issuances, 15:1430 (R;US) 



Nuclear Regulatory Commission issuances, March 1989, 15:1932 

(R;US) 
Nuclear Regulatory Commission issuances, April 1989, 15:1933 

(R;US) 
Nuclear Regulatory Commission issuances, May 1989, 15:2236 

(R;US) 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission issuances, 15:2585 (R;US) 
Title list of documents made publicly available, November 1-30, 

1988, 15:831 (R;US) 

Title list of documents made publicly available: January 131, 

1989, 15:1429 (R;US) 

Title list of documents made publicly available, April 1-30, 1989: 
Volume 2, No. 4, 15:2233 (R;US) 

Title list of documents made publicly available, May 1-31, 1989, 
15:2234 (R;US) 

Title list of documents made publicly available, June 1-30, 1989, 

15:2928 (R;US) 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC (USA). Div. of 
Information Support Services 

Guide for licensing evaluations using CRAC2: A computer program 

for calculating reactor accident consequences, 15:756 (R;US) 
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC (USA). Div. of 
Reactor Inspection and Safeguards 

Fitness for duty in the nuclear power industry: A review of techni- 
cal issues, 15:1 976 (R;US) 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC (USA). Div. of 
Regulatory Applications 

Financial impact of implementing draft ANSI Standard N13.30, 
performance criteria for radiobioassay, 15:2801 (R;US) 

Generic cost estimates for the disposal of radioactive wastes, 

15:168 (R;US) 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC (USA). Div. of 
Safeguards and Transportation 

Directory of Certificates of Compliance for Radioactive Materials 
Packages: Report of NRC approved packages, 15:614 (R;US) 

Directory of Certificates of Compliance for Radioactive Materials 
Packages: Certificates of Compliance, 15:615 (R;US) 

Directory of certificates of compliance for radioactive materials 
packages: Report of NRC approved quality assurance pro- 
grams for radioactive material packages, 15:616 (R;US) 
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC (USA). Office 
for Analysis and Evaluation of Operational Data 

AEOD (Office for Analysis and Evaluation of Operational Data): 
1988 annual report, Power reactors, 15:2294 (R;US) 

Office for Analysis and Evaluation of Operational Data: 1988 an- 
nual report, Nonreactors, 15:2295 (R;US) 

Report to the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission on analysis and 
evaluation of operational data - 1987: Power reactors, 15:308 
(R;US) 

Report to the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Analysis and 
Evaluation of Operational Data, 1987: Nonreactors, 15:309 
(R;US) 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC (USA). Office 
of Enforcement 

Enforcement actions: Significant actions resolved: Quarterly 
progress report, ApriKlune 1 988, 1 5:278 (R;US) 

Enforcement actions: Significant actions resolved: Quarterly 
progress report, July-September 1988, 15:618 (R;US) 

Enforcement actions: Significant actions resolved: Quarterly 

progress report, October-December 1988, 15:1193 (R;US) 
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC (USA). Office 
of Governmental and Public Affairs 

State cost sharing of training: A Task Force report, 15:2800 (R;US) 
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC (USA). Office 
of Nuclear Reactor Regulation 

Final environmental statement related to the operation of Limerick 
Generating Station, Units 1 and 2, Docket Nos. 50-352 and 50- 
353, Philadelphia Electric Company, 15:2799 (R;US) 

NRC integrated program for the resolution of Unresolved Safety 
Issues A-3, A-4 and A-5 regarding steam generator tube in- 
tegrity: Final report, 15:166 (R;US) 

Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement related to decon- 
tamination and disposal of radioactive wastes resulting from 
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Unit 2 (Docket No. 50-320): Final supplement dealing with post- 
defueling monitored storage and subsequent cleanup, 15:2798 
(R;US) 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC (USA). Office 
of Nuclear Regulatory Research 

Calculation of radon flux attenuation by earthen uranium mill tail- 
ings covers, 15:2623 (R;US) 

Final generic environmental impact statement on decommission- 
ing of nuclear facilities, 15:165 (R;US) 

Individual plant examination: Submittal guidance: Final report, 
1 5:2977 (R;US) 

NRC safety research in support of regulation, 1988, 15:1637 (R;US) 

Standard format and content for a license application to store spent 
fuel and high-level radioactive waste: Revision 1 , 1 5:2978 (R;US) 

Standard format and content for decommissioning plans for li- 
censees under 10 CFR Parts 30, 40, and 70: Regulatory guide 
3.65 (Task CE 304-4), 15:2835 (R;US) 
NUS Corp., Bedford, MA (USA) 

RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act) Facility Investi- 
gation (RFI) guidance. Volumes 1 through 4. Interim report 
(Final), 15:2829 (R;US) 
NUS Corp., Galthersburg, MD (USA) 

No migration variances to the hazardous-waste land-disposal pro- 
hibitions: a guidance manual for petitioners. Draft report, 
1 5:1370 (R;US) 
NUS Corp., Rockville, MD (USA) 

Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). Sub- 
title D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). 
Summary of data on municipal solid-waste-landfill leachate 
characteristics. Draft report, 15:249 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). Sub- 
title D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). 
Updated review of selected provisions of state-solid waste regu- 
lations. Draft report, 15:250 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). Sub- 
title D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). 
Case studies on ground-water and surface-water contamination 
from municipal solid-waste landfills. Draft report, 15:251 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal-solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). Sub- 
title D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). 
Location restrictions (Subpart B). Draft report, 15:63 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal-solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). Sub- 
title D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). 
Operating criteria (Subpart C). Draft report, 15:64 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal-solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). Sub- 
title D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). 
Design criteria (Subpart D). Draft report, 15:66 (R;US) 



Oak Ridge Associated Universities, Inc., TN (USA) 

Continuing education for radiation protection instructors: Report 
on a TRADE [Training Resources and Data Exchange] spon- 
sored course, 15:576 (R;US) 

Health physics/radiation protection enrollments and degrees, 
1987, 15:237 (R;US) 

Trade instructional materials for SARA/OSHA training: Volume 1 : 
General site worker training, 15:246 (R;US) 

TRADE [Training Resources and Data Exchange]: Annual report, 

FY 88, 15:577 (R;US) 
Oak Ridge Gaseous Diffusion Plant, TN (USA) 

Foreign Affairs Information System (FAIS) Early Operational Ca- 
pability (EOC) network security criteria, 15:307 (R;US) 

ORGDP health and safety long-range management plan: Execu- 
tive summary, 15:753 (R;US) 

Security classification of information: Volume 1 , Introduction, his- 
tory and adverse impacts, 15:2976 (R;US) 
Oak Ridge National Lab., TN (USA) 

A brief summary of the proposed National Contingency Plan and 
an analysis of its implications for the US Department of Energy, 
1 5:2802 (R;US) 

A nonalgorithmic review of uncertainty in electric-utility resource 
planning and decision making, 15:1277 (R;US) 



Air conditioner model study using Athens load control experiment 
data, 15:1 505 (R;US) 

Analytical Chemistry Division annual progress report for period 
ending December 31, 1988, 15:1914 (R;US) 

Benefits and costs of small, short-lead-time power plants and 
demand-site programs in an era of load-growth uncertainty, 
15:1634 (R;US) 

Beyond the NIMBY [not-in-my-backyard] impasse II: Public partici- 
pation in an age of distrust, 15:164 (R;US) 

Biomedical and environmental sciences programs at the Oak 
Ridge National Laboratory, 15:1121 (R;US) 

Building Thermal Envelope Systems and Materials (BTESM) and 
research utilization/technology transfer progress report for DOE 
Office of Buildings and Community systems: Monthly progress 
report, November 1988, 15:1413 (R;US) 

Building Thermal Envelope Systems and Materials (BTESM) and 
research utilization/technology transfer progress report for DOE 
Office of Buildings and Community Systems: Monthly progress 
report, 15:803 (R;US) 

Building Thermal Envelope Systems and Materials (BTESM) and 
research utilization/technology transfer progress report for DOE 
office of buildings and community systems: Monthly progress 
report, January 1989, 15:1122 (R;US) 

Building Thermal Envelope Systems and Materials (BTESM) and 
research utilization/technology transfer progress report for DOE 
Office of Buildings and Community Systems: Monthly progress 
report, 1 5:1414 (R;US) 

Building Thermal Envelope Systems and Materials (BTESM) and 
research utilization/technology transfer progress report for DOE 
Office of Buildings and Community Systems: Monthly progress 
report, 15:2578 (R;US) 

Building Thermal Envelope Systems and Materials (BTESM) and 
research utilization/technology transfer progress report for DOE 
Office of Buildings and Community Systems: Monthly progress 
report, 15:2579 (R;US) 

Chemical Technology Division: Progress report, January 1, 1987- 
JuneSO, 1988, 15:801 (R;US) 

Commercializing government-sponsored innovations: Twelve suc- 
cessful buildings case studies, 15:802 (R;US) 

Conservation programs can cut load-growth uncertainty for elec- 
tric utilities, 15:534 (R;US) 

Construction of a simplified wood gas generator for fueling internal 
combustion engines in a petroleum emergency, 15:1778 (R;US) 

Defining appropriate roles for electric utilities in demand-side man- 
agement: A summary of workshop issues, 15:332 (R;US) 

Department of Energy Defense Programs Environmental Restora- 
tion Program update, 15:1136 (R;US) 

Effects of energy-efficiency programs on load-growth uncertainty 
for electric utilities, 15:162 (R;US) 

Electric-utility demand-side programs: Resources for the 1990s, 
15:1 668 (R;US) 

Electric-utility energy-efficiency and load-management programs: 
Resources for the 1990s, 15:2692 (R;US) 

Energy Division annual progress report for period ending Septem- 
ber 30, 1988: Volume 1, 15:2912 (R;US) 

Energy Division annual progress report for period ending Septem- 
ber 30, 1988: Volume 2, 15:2577 (R;US) 

Environmental Regulatory Update Table, November 1988, 15:578 
(R;US) 

Environmental Regulatory Update Table, December 1988, 15:757 
(R;US) 

Environmental Regulatory Update Table, February 1989, 15:1349 
(R;US) 

Environmental regulatory update table, March 1989, 15:1350 
(R;US) 

Environmental Regulatory Update Table, April 1989, 15:1554 
(R;US) 

Environmental Regulatory Update Table, May 1 989, 1 5:1 824 (R;US) 

Environmental Regulatory Update Table, June 1989, 15:2512 
(R;US) 

Environmental Regulatory Update Table, July 1 989, 15:2513 (R;US) 

Environmental Sciences Division annual progress report for period 
ending September 30, 1988, 15:1588 (R;US) 



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Environmental Sciences Division: Environmental regulatory up- 
date table, 15:34(R;US) 

Environmental surveillance data report for the third quarter of 
1988, 1 5:758 (R;US) 

Evaluating energy-efficiency programs: A personal view of 
progress and potential, 15:2221 (R;US) 

Hazardous waste minimization practices in Tennessee, 15:35 
(R;US) 

Identification and evaluation of radionuclide generation/depletion 
codes for potential use by the Department of Energy's Office of 
Civilian Radioactive Waste Management, 1 5:875 (R;US) 

Intergovernmental consultation and coordination and emergency 
response: The relationship between ICCB [Intergovernmental 
Consultation and Coordination Board] and SARA [Superfund 
Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986] Title 111 in the US 
Army's Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program, 15:759 (R;US) 

International impacts of global climate change: Testimony to 
House Appropriations Subcommittee on Foreign Operations, 
Export Financing and Related Programs, 15:2514 (R;US) 

Issues and options for achieving national security in the United 
States during national emergencies: Phase 1, A pilot study of 
grain stocks and stocks at risk, 15:593 (R;US) 

Issues in the international economics of industrial mobilization and 
surge for crisis in an interdependent world, 15:1090 (R;US) 

Least-cost planning in the utility sector: Progress and challenges, 
1 5:2098 (R;US) 

Life cycle cost analyses of US Air Force heating plants, 15:2749 
(R;US) 

Load impacts of energy management hardware, 15:1669 (R;US) 

Marketing and design of residential energy conservation programs 
for the elderly, 15:149 (R;US) 

Marketing for Oak Ridge technology transfer, 15:1905 (R;US) 

Negotiating a license to government technology, 15:1904 (R;US) 

Oak Ridge National Laboratory institutional plan, FY 1989-FY 
1994, 15:1415 (R;US) 

Oil sharing and policy coordination: The implications for develop- 
ing countries, 15:492 (R;US) 

Overview of the Chemical Technology Division, Oak Ridge Na- 
tional Laboratory, 15:796 (R;US) 

Policies to encourage private sector responses to potential climate 
change, 15:2795 (R;US) 

Problems in the economic evaluation of proposed projects in 
emerging energy technologies, 15:1091 (R;US) 

Promoting the commercialization of energy innovations: An evalu- 
ation of the Energy-Related Inventions Program, 15:2220 (R;US) 

Recent accomplishments of the US Department of Energy's Least- 
Cost Utility Planning program, 15:2693 (R;US) 

Reduction and power losses in transmission and distribution sys- 
tems, 15:331 (R;US) 

Resolving issues at the Department of Energy/Oak Ridge Opera- 
tions Facilities, 15:20 (R;US) 

Risk associated with the demilitarization of the United States 
chemical weapons stockpile, 15:570 (R;US) 

Risk associated with the demilitarization of the United States 
chemical weapons stockpile, 15:1552 (R;US) 

Rural areas electrification (Latin America), Guatemala City, 
Guatemala, June 4-7, 1989: Foreign trip report, 15:2694 (R;US) 

Science, technology, and society, 15:1427 (R;US) 

Socioeconomic assessment of the proposed inactivation of the 5th 
Fighter Interceptor Squadron Minot Air Force Base, North 
Dakota, 15:555 (R;US) 

Status of conversion of NE standards to national consensus stan- 
dards, 15:833 (R;US) 

Technology applications bulletins: Number one, 15:2916 (R;US) 

The aggregate production profile for US crude oil, 15:495 (R;US) 

The Energy-Related Inventions Program: An assessment of re- 
cent commercial progress, 15:438 (R;US) 

The impacts of inadequate electricity supply in developing coun- 
tries, 15:11 (R;US) 

The implications of RCRA [Resource Conservation and Recovery 
Act] regulation for the disposal of transuranic and high-level 
waste, 15:11 8 (R;US) 

The National Fuel Gas End-Use Efficiency Field Test: Experimen- 
tal plan, 1 5:272 (R;US) 



The transfer and diffusion of new technologies: A review of the 
economics literature, 15:2580 (R;US) 

The US Department of Energy's least-cost utility planning pro- 
gram, 15:1471 (R;US) 

The value of marginal analysis in electric power system opera- 
tions, 15:2028 (R;US) 

Uncertainty in long-term resource planning for electric utilities, 
15:1282 (R;US) 

Wind as a renewable energy resource, 15:1064 (R;US) 

[Discussions with International Energy Agency's Center for the 
Analysis and Dissemination of Demonstrated Energy Technolo- 
gies concerned with database and analysis study series of 
reports, Sittard, Netherlands, May 22-26, 1989]: Foreign trip re- 
port, 15:1915(R;US) 

[Energy projects in the Dominican Republic]: Foreign trip report, 
May 14-26, 1989, 15:2913 (R;US) 

[Energy sector issues in Korea, Seoul, Korea, July 30 August 1 1 , 
1989]: Foreign trip report, 15:2743 (R;US) 

[Participate in in-depth discussions with the Federal Republic of 
Germany concerning possible membership in the International 
Energy Agency's Center for the Analysis and Dissemination of 
Demonstrated Energy Technologies, Bonn, W. Germany, June 
15, 1989]: Foreign trip report, 15:2273 (R;US) 

[Power sector integrated efficiency program]: Foreign trip report, 
August 1-11, 1989, 15:2914 (R;US) 

[Solar energy technology transfer, Guatemala City, Guatemala 
and Tegucigalpa, Honduras, August 20 August 30, 1989]: For~ 
eign trip report, 15:2915 (R;US) 

[The economics of nuclear and conventional power plants in de- 
veloping countries]: Foreign trip report, June 24July 3, 1988, 
15:2774 (R;US) 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN (USA). Performance Assurance 
Project Office 

Conversion of NE [nuclear energy] standards to national consen- 
sus standards, 1 5:2924 (R;US) 
Office of Oil and Gas, Washington, DC (USA) 

Petroleum supply monthly, December 1988, 15:1201 (R;US) 
Office of Technology Assessment (U.S. Congress), Washington, 
DC (USA) 

Are we cleaning up: 10 Superfund case studies; a special report 
of OTA's (Office of Technology Assessment's) assessment on 
Superfund implementation, 15:1829 (R;US) 

Assessing contractor use in Superfund. A background paper of 
OTA's (Office of Technology Assessment) assessment on Su- 
perfund implementation, 15:1363 (R;US) 

Commercializing high-temperature superconductivity, 15:273 
(R;US) 

Issues in medical-waste management: background paper, 15:773 

(R;US) 

Ohio Dept. of Development, Columbus, OH (USA). Office of En- 
ergy Conservation 

Developmental state programs for institutional conservation: Ohio 
Public Facilities Maintenance Association Final report, 15:858 
(R;US) 
Oklahoma State Univ., Stillwater, OK (USA) 

Simulation methods for generation planning of electric-utility sys- 
tems with intermittent power sources, 15:341 (D;US) 
Oklahoma Univ., Norman, OK (USA) 

Irrigation efficiency and production energy efficiency of traditional 
and modern farms in the AI-Hassa Oasis, Saudi Arabia, 
15:2954 (D;US) 

Sisterhood in the oil field: informal support networks, gender roles 
and adaptation among women in the Oklahoma oil field, 
15:1998 (D;US) 
OPUS Corp., Gaithersburg, MD (USA) 

Improving public awareness of the importance of coal and clean 

coal technology, 15:1642 (R;US) 
Oregon Univ., Eugene, OR (USA) 

Alaska North Slope natural gas marketing systems: decisions un- 
der uncertainty and the cost of regulation, 15:1997 (D;US) 
Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Vi- 
enna (Austria) 

OPEC [Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries] annual 
statistical bulletin, 1987, 15:315 (R;AT) 



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Oxford Economic Research Association (UK) 

Privatisation of the electricity supply industry, 15:1308 (B;GB) 



Pacific Consulting Services, Berkeley, CA (USA) 

International workshop on innovative DSM [demand-side manage- 
ment] techniques: Proceedings, 15:1675 (R;US) 
Pacific Northwest Lab., Richland, WA (USA) 

A programmatic approach to achieving data quality objectives, 
1 5:1479 (R;US) 

Adjustment of residential heating loads predicted by degree day 
models across climate zones in the Pacific Northwest, 15:8(R;LJS) 

Advanced energy design and operation technologies research: 
Recommendations for a US Department of Energy multiyear 
program plan, 15:1123 (R;US) 

Analysis and categorization of the office building stock. Topical re- 
port, February-September 1987, 15:651 (R;US) 

Building energy conservation research projects being conducted 
at Pacific Northwest Laboratory, 1988, 15:805 (R;US) 

Compilation, evaluation, and prediction of triple-layer model con- 
stants for ions on Fe(lll) and Mn(IV) hydrous oxides, 15:589 
(R;US) 

Current cost and performance requirements for residential cool 
storage systems, 15:219 (R;US) 

Economic analysis of proposed voluntary energy conservation 
standard for new residential buildings, 15:2608 (R;US) 

Energy use analysis for the Federal Energy Management Pro- 
gram, 15:158(R;US) 

Environmental assessment in support of proposed voluntary en- 
ergy conservation standard for new residential buildings, 
15:2551 (R;US) 

Environmental monitoring master sampling schedule: January- 
December 1989, 15:835 (R;US) 

Experiences with a large load research project in the Pacific 
Northwest: ELCAP [End-Use Load and Consumer Assessment 
Program], 15:2099 (R;US) 

Financial impact of implementing draft ANSI Standard N13.30, 
performance criteria for radiobioassay, 15:2801 (R;US) 

Fitness for duty in the nuclear power industry: A review of techni- 
cal issues, 15:1 976 (R;US) 

Guidelines for Hanford Site implementation of the National Envi- 
ronmental Policy Act, 15:1102 (R;US) 

Hanford and the tri-cities economy: Review and outlook, March 
1989, 15:1 092 (R;US) 

Hanford cultural resources management plan, 15:2481 (R;US) 

International nuclear cycle fact book: Revision 9, 15:1432 (R;US) 

Large-scale field measurements of electrical energy consumption, 
1 5:227 (R;US) 

Lessons learned from monitoring electricity use in multifamily resi- 
dences: End-Use Load and Consumer Assessment Program 
(ELCAP), 1 5:1773 (R;US) 

Mobile Energy Laboratory Use Plan, 15:1458 (R;US) 

National briefing summaries: Nuclear fuel cycle and waste man- 
agement, 1 5:834 (R;US) 

Oil use and oil dependency: Long-term issues, 15:1990 (R;US) 

Performance monitoring protocols, 15:1788 (R;US) 

PNL-BMI patenting and licensing highlights since Bayh-Doie, 
15:1 125 (R;US) 

Putting science and technology to work: A casebook of trans- 
ferred technologies, 15:1124 (R;US) 

Research issues: A prospectus for agroforestry, 1 5:2566 (R;US) 

Review of second law analysis techniques applicable to the En- 
ergy Conversion and Utilization Technologies Thermal Sciences 
Program, 15:1787 (R;US) 

Secondary economic impact of acid deposition control legislation 
in six coal producing states: Final report, 15:588 (R;US) 

Setbacks and peak loads in commercial buildings, 15:1776 (R;US) 

Thermal energy storage for power generation, 15:1283 (R;US) 

Wood stove use in the end-use load and consumer assessment 
program residential base sample, 15:343 (R;US) 



PEf Associates, Inc., Cincinnati, OH (USA) 

Evaluation of asbestos levels in two schools before and after as- 
bestos removal. Final report, 15:1833 (R;US) 
Pennsylvania State Univ., University Park, PA (USA). Noise Con- 
trol Lab. 
Acoustic agglomeration of power plant fly ash: Quarterly technical 

report, Novembers, 1 986-February 5, 1987, 15:367 (R;US) 
Pennsylvania Univ., Philadelphia, PA (USA) 
Evaluation of transit systems for a rapidly growing city in a devel- 
oping country, 15:2953 (D;US) 
Higher oil prices: Can OPEC raise prices by cutting production?, 

15:3012 (D;US) 

Privatization of public transit. Final report, 15:153 (R;US) 
Philadelphia Dept. of Public Property, PA (USA) 
Subway-tunnel energy study. Final report, 1985-1988, 15:630 

(R;US) 

Pirnie (Malcolm), Inc., Paramus, NJ (USA) 
Evaluation of specific requirements for unfittered surface-water 

supplies. Draft report, 15:1371 (R;US) 
Policy Planning and Evaluation, Inc., Vienna, VA (USA) 
Analysis of closures of industries in SIC 24 and 25 as a result of 
proposed OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administra- 
tion) regulations. Final report, 15:49 (R;US) 
Policy Research Associates, Inc., Reston, VA (USA) 
Information and automation technology: Serving electric utility cus- 
tomers in the 1990s: Conference proceedings, 15:1968 (R;US) 
Polytechnic Univ., Brooklyn, NY (USA) 
Optimal regional siting of power plants: a mixed-integer program- 
ming approach, 15:1517 (D;US) 
Price Waterhouse Co., Washington, DC (USA) 
Federal and state taxation of highway diesel fuel: administration 

and compliance, 15:902 (R;US) 
Public Technology, Inc., Washington, DC (USA) 
The hidden link: Energy and economic development: Phase II: 
Marketing and financing strategies for community energy pro- 
jects, 15:2178 (R;US) 

Purdue Univ., Lafayette, IN (USA). School of Electrical Engi- 
neering 
Annual research summary: July 1, 1987-June 30, 1988, 15:274 

(R;US) 

[School of Electrical Engineering of Purdue University]: Annual re- 
search summary, July 1, 1988-June 30, 1989, 15:2918 (R;US) 
Purdue Univ., Lafayette, IN (USA). Water Resources Research 

Center 

Agricultural impact on ground-water quality. Technical report (Fi- 
nal), 1 July 1987-30 June 1988, 15:47 (R;US) 



R 

Radian Corp., Austin, TX (USA) 

Implications of the Montreal Protocol for atmospheric emissions of 
alternative chemicals. Report for January-March 1988, 15:57 
(R;US) 

Radian Corp., Research Triangle Park, NC (USA) 
Hospital-waste combustion study data-gathering phase. Final re- 
port, April 1987-August 1988, 15:777 (R;US) 
Radian Corp., Research Triangle Park, NC (USA). Progress Center 
Projection methodology for future state-level volatile organic com- 
pound emissions from stationary sources (Version 1.8). Final 
report, September 1983-September 1987, 15:53 (R;US) 
Radian Corp., Sacramento, CA (USA) 

Air/Superfund national technical guidance study series, Volume 2. 
Estimation of baseline air emission at Superfund sites. Interim 
report(Final), 15:2528 (R;US) 
Rand Graduate Inst., Santa Monica, CA (USA) 
Competitiveness of deregulated bulk-power markets, 15:1520 

(D;US) 

RCG/Hagler, Ballly and Co., Inc., Boulder, CO (USA) 
Report on Colorado electric power options study Phase 1, 

15:1278 (R;US) 

RCG/Hagler, Baiily, Inc., Washington, DC (USA) 
Energy in West and Central Africa: issues, problems, and donor 
activities. Final report, 15:1972 (R;US) 



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Energy market and fuel supply/demand monitor, 15:866 (R;US) 
Private-sector power generation in Thailand: potential, impedi- 
ments, and policy issues. Final report, 15:516 (R;US) 
Report of the Office of Energy. Project evaluation and implementa- 
tion, 15:1 624 (R;US) 
US industrial process heating energy consumption, 1 985. Topical 

report, April 1 987- February 1988, 15:535 (R;US) 
Reading Univ. (UK) 

Oil export and economic growth in Nigeria, 15:510 (D;GB) 
Renewable Energy inst., Washington, DC (USA) 
Manual for evaluation: Ten steps to cost-effective renewable re- 
source development in the electric utility sector, 15:1322 (R;US) 
Rensseiaer Polytechnic Inst., Troy, NY (USA) 
Federal hazard ranking system (Mitre Model): improving its use 

with multi-attribute decision analysis, 15:1 108 (D;US) 
Productivity and technical change: US high-tech industries, 

15:364 (D;US) 

Productivity growth and technical change in the US semiconduc- 
tor, computer and telecommunications equipment industries, 
15:1 346 (D;US) 

Research Triangle Inst., Research Triangle Park, NC (USA) 
National Screening Survey of Hazardous-Waste Treatment, Stor- 
age, Disposal, and Recycling Facilities, 1986, 15:390 (R;US) 
Rhode Island State Government, Providence, R] (USA) 
Rhode Island Governor's Office of Energy assistance report on 

winter distillate survey 1 987-1 988, 15:1622 (R;US) 
Rochester Univ., NY (USA) 

Arms races and the international system, 15:347 (D;US) 
Royal Coll. of Physicians of London (UK) 
Attempts at strategic thinking in occupational public health: the 

Lucas Lecture of 1987, 15:50 (R;GB) 
Rutgers-the State Univ., New Brunswick, NJ (USA) 
Crop loss due to the ozone in New England. Technical report, 
1 5:2542 (R;US) 



Saint Louis Univ., MO (USA) 

Examination of the importance of decision-choice criteria in the in- 
dustrial purchase of occupational health programs, 15:1106 
(D;US) 
Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM (USA) 

Applications of license renewal evaluation methodology to identify 
key components for generic life assessment, 15:1934 (R;US) 

Development testing at Sandia, 15:110 (R;US) 

Photovoltaic system research status, 15:2919 (R;US) 

Photovoltaics as an operating energy system, 15:220 (R;US) 

Seismic attenuation models of Asian explosions recorded at 
NORESS, 15:120 (R;US) 

The costs of photovoltaic concentrator modules, 15:12 (R;US) 
Sandia National Labs., Livermore, CA (USA) 

Guide for preparing Safe Operating Procedures (SOPs), 15:1561 

(R;US) 
Santa Fe Inst., NM (USA) 

A broad research program on the sciences of complexity: Annual 

report, 15:1411 (R;US) 
Science Applications International Corp., Las Vegas, NV (USA) 

Native American interpretation of cultural resources in the area of 

Yucca Mountain, Nevada, 15:1337 (R;US) 
Science Applications International Corp., McLean, VA (USA) 

Assessment of ocean waste disposal: case studies, 1 5:1362 (R;US) 

Coal liquefaction: A research and development needs assess- 
ment: Volume 1, Final report, 15:1409 (R;US) 

Coal liquefaction: A research and development needs assess- 
ment: Volume 2, Final report, 15:1410 (R;US) 

EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Region X guidance man- 
ual for the development of an accidental-spill prevention 
program, 15:60 (R;US) 

Selskapet for Industrie! I og Teknisk Forskning, Trondhelm (Nor- 
way) 

Gas energy transport and distribution: pipeline or wire, 15:1442 
(R;NO) 



SINTEF, Trondheim (Norway) 

Refrigeration for food and people: an essential technology for the 

welfare of man, 15:2904 (R;US) 
Society for Underwater Technology, London (UK) 

Energy for islands, 15:729 (B;GB) 
Solar Energy Research Inst., Golden, CO (USA) 
Biofuels Program summary: Volume 2, Research summaries, fis- 
cal year 1988, 15:1584 (R;US) 
Energy storage and distribution program summary: Volume 1 : 

Overview, fiscal year 1988, 15:1407 (R;US) 
Energy storage and distribution program summary: Volume 2, Re- 
search summaries: Fiscal year 1988, 15:2222 (R;US) 
Geothermal energy program summary: Volume 2, Research sum- 
maries, fiscal year 1988, 15:1406 (R;US) 
Programs in energy conservation, 15:465 (R;US) 
Programs in energy conservation: inventions and Innovation Pro- 
grams, 15:1583 (R;US) 

Programs in energy conservation: Energy Conversion and Utiliza- 
tion Technologies, 15:466 (R;US) 

Small business energy conservation programs: A literature re- 
view, 15:1 171 (R;US) 

Solar thermal program summary: Volume 2, Research sum- 
maries: Fiscal year 1988, 15:1906 (R;US) 
Wind energy technical reading list, 15:275 (R;US) 
South Carolina State Government, Columbia, SC (USA) 
South Carolina Energy Management Finance Authority and third 

party financing: Project overview, 15:236 (R;US) 
Third-Party Financing guide: South Carolina, 15:235 (R;US) 
South Carolina Univ., Columbia, SC (USA) 
Outflow of foreign direct investments from the Middle East: cases 

of Egypt, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia, 15:1812 (D;US) 
South Carolina Univ., Columbia, SC (USA). Inst. of Archaeology 

and Anthropology 

Late Archaic-Late Woodland adaptive stability and change in the 
Steel Creek watershed, South Carolina: Final report of the L- 
Lake prehistoric investigations, 15:1338 (R;US) 
Southampton Univ. (UK) 

Management of stream-aquifer systems, 15:1899 (D;GB) 
Model of crude-oil pricing and the interaction between OPEC, the 

U.K. and Mexico, 15:1273 (D;GB) 
Optimization of scarce water resources for irrigation in P.D.R. 

Yemen, 15:1898 (D;GB) 
Southern California Rapid Transit District, Los Angeles, C A (USA) 

Bus/rail interface design guideline manual, 15:1455 (R;US) 
Southern Methodist Univ., Dallas, TX (USA). Inst. of Tech. 
Development of a goal-programming model for land-use planning 
with emphasis on wood for energy production in the Republic of 
Cameroon, 15:1535 (D;US) 
Southern Tier Central Regional Planning and Development 

Board, Corning, NY (USA) 
Market-driven municipal/industrial waste-management model, 

15:2518 (R;US) 
Stanford Univ., CA (USA) 

Philippine environmental impact statement system: an institutional 

analysis of implementation, 15:261 (D;US) 
Stanford Univ., CA (USA). Dept. of Operations Research 

Decomposition techniques for multi-area generation and transmis- 
sion planning under uncertainty: Final report, 15:2665 (R;US) 
Stanford Univ., CA (USA). Energy Modeling Forum 
EMF 8: Industrial energy demand: Final summary report, 15:863 

(R;US) 
Stanford Univ., CA (USA). Inst. for Mathematical Studies in the 

Social Sciences 

Efficient and competitive rationing. Technical report, 15:352 (R;US) 
State Univ. of New York, Syracuse, NY (USA). Coll. of Environ- 
mental Science and Forestry 
Effects of vegetation on building energy performance, 15:476 

(D;US) 

Statens Provnlngsanstalt, Boraas (Sweden) 
Building Physics research and development 1984-88, 15:1454 

(R;SE) 

Statens Raad foer Byggnadsforskning, Stockholm (Sweden) 
Economic prospects of natural-gas-fired mini-cogeneration plants 
in Sweden, 15:460 (R;SE) 



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Flaedie Ground-water Heat-pump Plant: experiences from the first 

years of operation, 15:459 (R;SE) 
Opportunities for group central-heating systems in Canada, 

15:461 (R;SE) 
Stone and Webster Management Consultants, Inc., Englewood, 

CO (USA) 

Methods to integrate demand and supply options and an evalua- 
tion of least cost planning models: US Department of Energy 
Least-Cost Utility Planning program integrated utility planning, 
15:1670 (R;US) 

US Department of Energy least-cost utility planning program inte- 
grated utility planning: Final report, 15:1506 (R;US) 
Strategic Decisions Group, Menlo Park, CA (USA) 
Utility planning in perspective: Fundamental elements for develop- 
ing successful strategies, 15:1701 (R;US) 

Strategic Defense Initiative Organization, Washington, DC (USA) 
Strategic Defense Initiative, 1989. Report to the Congress, 

1 5:2929 (R;US) 
Surrey Univ., Guildford (UK) 
Interrelated factor demands and the industrial demand for energy, 

15:483 (D;GB) 
Surrey Univ., Guildford (UK) . Energy Economics Centre 

Energy privatisation, 15:1977 (R;GB) 
Synergic Resources Corp., Bala-Cynwyd, PA (USA) 
Costs and benefits of demand-side management options for the 
Baltimore Gas and Electric Company. Volume 1 . Technical re- 
port. Volume 2. Appendices, 15:974 (R;US) 
Demand-side management strategies for the 90s: Proceedings: 
Fourth national conference on utility DSM programs: Volume 1 , 
15:1 676 (R;US) 

Test marketing, 15:2664 (R;US) 
Synertech Systems Corp., Syracuse, NY (USA) 
Integrating analytical tactics into New York State's weatherization 
assistance program: project findings. Final report, 15:632 (R;US) 



Impacts of carpool utilization on the Katy Freeway transitway 30- 
month after evaluation. Interim report, September 1984-April 
1988,1 5 :859(R;US) 

Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, TX (USA) 
Advanced concepts in biomass production and biological pretreat- 

ment. Annual report, April 1987-March 1988, 15:727 (R;US) 
Texas Southern Univ., Houston, TX (USA) 
Management skills and attitudes of principals toward energy uti- 
lization, 15:1470 (D;US) 
Texas Univ., Austin, TX (USA) 
Framing activity, meaning, and social-movement participation: the 

nuclear-disarmament movement, 15:1157 (D;US) 
Global potential of marine nonfuel minerals, 15:1400 (D;US) 
Texas Univ., Austin, TX (USA). Bureau of Economic Geology 

Bureau of Economic Geology annual report, 1988, 15:1646 (R;US) 
Texas Univ., Austin, TX (USA). Center for Energy Studies 
CBS/ICE program user's guide, 15:349 (R;US) 
Energy analysis of multifamily housing rehabilitation measures, 

15:348 (R;US) 
Microclimatic variations in solar radiation near Austin, Texas, 

1 5:542 (R;US) 

Texas Univ., Dallas, TX (USA) 

Evaluation of the initial implementation of the Comprehensive En- 
vironmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980: 
Effect of the withholding of documents by the Environmental 
Protection Agency from Congress in 1982-83, 15:2896 (D;US) 
Toronto Univ., ON (Canada) 
Social impact of hydrocarbon development on two northern Arctic 

communities, 15:1494 (D;CA) 
Tufts Univ., Medford, MA (USA) 

Patent protection and technology transfer in less-developed coun- 
tries: reappraisal of the legal framework for producing and 
transmitting knowledge, 15:444 (D;US) 

Political economy of multilateral technical assistance: case study 
of United Nations mineral-exploration projects, 15:1402 (D;US) 



Technology Applications, Inc., Jacksonville, FL (USA) 

Intelligent load manager (LOADMAN): application of expert- 
system technology to load-management problems in power 
generation and distribution systems. Phase 1. Final report, De- 
cember 1987-31 August 1988, 15:664 (R;US) 
TechPlan Associates, Inc., Bala Cynwyd, PA (USA) 
Assessment of commercial and industrial cogeneration potential in 

the Pacific Northwest, 15:2937 (R;US) 
Temple, Barker and Sloane, Inc., Lexington, MA (USA) 
MIDAS case studies, 15:2450 (R;US) 
Resource document for the ground-water monitoring strategy 

workshop. Final report, 15:37 (R;US) 
Tennessee State Government, Nashville, TN (USA) 

Tennessee's Tier I Program: Final report, 15:628 (R;US) 
Tennessee Univ., Knoxville, TN (USA) 

Hazardous-chemical waste management: development of process 
technology, economics, and system-selection methodology, 
15:1391 (D;US) 
Open systems of environmental decision making: the MRS 

nuclear-waste siting case in Tennessee, 15:1440 (D;US) 
Tennessee Univ., Knoxville, TN (USA). Energy, Environment 

and Resources Center 

Potential impact of acid-rain legislation on the domestic aluminum- 
smelting industry: methodology and documentation, 15:585 
(R;US) 

Tennessee Univ., Knoxville, TN (USA). Water Resources Re- 
search Center 
Fiscal Year 1987 program report: Tennessee Water Resources 

Research Center, 15:1396 (R;US) 
Texas A and M Univ., College Station, TX (USA) 
Occupational literacy as a variable construct in the mineral extrac- 
tion/energy and service industries, 15:1097 (D;US) 
Texas A and M Univ., College Station, TX (USA). Texas Trans- 
portation Inst. 

Evaluation of employer-distributed transit pass programs in Texas. 
Technical report (Final), 15:1457 (R;US) 



u 

UKAEA Harwell Lab. (UK). Energy Technology Div. 

Fish passage through tidal energy barrages, 15:1323 (R;GB) 
Union for Experimenting Coll. and Univ., Cincinnati, OH (USA) 

Unfolding of the nuclear age: a psychohistorical investigation into 

the lives of ten men, 15:458 (D;US) 

United Kingdom Centre for Economic and Environmental Devel- 
opment (UKCEED), London (UK) 

Earthing electricity - the environment and electricity privatisation. 

An extended discussion paper, 15:1516 (B;GB) 
University City Science Center, Philadelphia, PA (USA). Indus- 
trial Technology and Energy Management Div. 

Energy management assistance for small and medium-size manu- 
facturers: Manufacturers' evaluations of EADCs' services, 
1987-1988, 15:857 (R;US) 
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA (USA) 

Evolution of US military space doctrine: precedents, prospects, 
and challenges, 15:1085 (D;US) 

US responses to Soviet violations: too little and too late?, 15:1160 

(B;US) 
Unocal Corp., Parachute, CO (USA). Energy Mining Div. 

Parachute Creek Shale Oil Program. Environmental monitoring 
plan, Annual report, October 1, 1 987-September 30, 1988, 
15:2996(R;US) 

Urban Consortium for Technology Initiatives (USA). Energy 
Task Force 

Central energy systems: Applications to economic development, 
15:2177 (R;US) 

Computer-assisted control for municipal water systems: Phase li, 
Implementation of a computer-assisted energy management 
program, 15:1949 (R;US) 

Developing sources and techniques for alternative financing of en- 
ergy conservation projects for local government, 15:2257 (R;US) 

Electric utility franchise guide, 15:2347 (R;US) 

Energy conservation and economic development: Commer- 
cial/industrial land use applications, 15:2179 (R;US) 



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Energy Task Force status report for first quarter year ten, 15:1948 
(R;US) 

Measures and investment options for community energy conserva- 
tion: Strategies with a municipally owned utility, 15:2256 (R;US) 

Reducing regulatory and financial impediments to energy conser- 
vation: A project report, 15:2258 (R;US) 

The hidden link: Energy and economic development: Phase 1, 
strategic planning: A guidebook for local government, 15:2180 
(R;US) 

Urban Mass Transportation Administration, Washington, DC 
(USA) 

Status of the nation's local mass transportation: performance and 
conditions. Report to the congress, June 1988. Biennial report, 
15:467 (R;US) 

Urban Transportation Abstracts. Volume 6, No. 1 - Summer 1987. 
Report for April-November 1987, 15:290 (R;US) 

Urban Transportation Abstracts. Volume 6, No. 2 - Winter 
1987/1988. Report for December 1987-August 1988, 15:2602 
(R;US) 

USAEC Division of Technical Information Extension, Oak Ridge, 
TN (USA) 

Hanford, threshold of an era: a facsimile report, 15:1431 (R;US) 
USDOE Assistant Secretary for Congressional, Intergovern- 
mental and Public Affairs, Washington, DC (USA). Office of 
Congressional Affairs 

Major energy issues before the 100th Congress, 15:485 (R;US) 
USDOE Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Renewable 
Energy, Washington, DC (USA) 

Bringing solar thermal technology to the marketplace: A report to 
the US Congress, 15:108 (R;US) 

National Awards Program for Energy Innovation, 1988: Project 
descriptions, 15:1582 (R;US) 

Support of renewable energy activities from Petroleum Violation 

Escrow (PVE) funds, 15:355 (R;US) 

USDOE Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Renewable 
Energy, Washington, DC (USA). Biofuels and Municipal 
Waste Technology Div. 

Hydrogen Energy Coordinating Committee annual report: Sum- 
mary of DOE hydrogen programs for FY 1988, 15:600 (R;US) 
USDOE Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Renewable 
Energy, Washington, DC (USA). Building Equipment Div. 

Energy conservation standards for consumer products: Refrigera- 
tors, furnaces, and television sets including Environmental 
Assessment (DOE/EA-0372) Regulatory Impact Analysis: Tech- 
nical support document, 15:286 (R;US) 

USDOE Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Renewable 
Energy, Washington, DC (USA). Federal Energy Manage- 
ment Program 

FEMP [Federal Energy Management Program] Update, Spring 

1989, 1 5:2596 (R;US) 

USDOE Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Renewable 
Energy, Washington, DC (USA). Heat Engine Propulsion Div. 

Tenth annual report to Congress on. the Automotive Technology 

Development Program, 15:484 (R;US) 

USDOE Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Renewable 
Energy, Washington, DC (USA). Office of Buildings and 
Community Systems 

Least-cost utility planning issues: Uncertainty and indicators of im- 
plementation, 15:2348 (R;US) 

Office of Buildings and Community Systems: FY 1986 research in 

progress, 15:270 (R;US) 

USDOE Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Renewable En- 
ergy, Washington, DC (USA). Office of Industrial Programs 

The DOE Industrial Energy Conservation Program: Research and 
development in waste products utilization technology, 15:285 
(R;US) 

USDOE Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Renewable 
Energy, Washington, DC (USA). Office of Solar Heat Tech- 
nologies 

Five year research plan: 1989-1993: Solar buildings for a better 
America: Draft, 1 5:2574 (R;US) 



USDOE Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Renewable 
Energy, Washington, DC (USA). Office of the Deputy Assis- 
tant Secretary for Conservation 

A compendium of energy conservation success stories, 15:602 

(R;US) 
USDOE Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Renewable 

Energy, Washington, DC (USA). Office of Transportation 

Systems 
Transportation energy conservation: Annual operating plan, fiscal 

year 1989, 15:1329 (R;US) 
USDOE Assistant Secretary for Environmental Protection, 

Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Washington, DC 

(USA). Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy 

Emergencies 
Electric power supply and demand for the contiguous United 

States, 1988-1997: Staff report, 15:970 (R;US) 
USDOE Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy, Washington, DC 

(USA) 
Clean Coal Technology Demonstration Program: Annual report to 

Congress (as of December 31, 1988), 15:1208 (R;US) 
Innovative Clean Coal Technology: Programmatic Environmental 

Impact Analysis (PEIA), 15:1209 (R;US) 
Public meetings for views and comments on the conduct of the 1 989 

clean coal technology: Background information, 15:888 (R;US) 
Public meetings for views and comments on the conduct of the 1 989 

Clean Coal Technology Solicitation: Denver, Colorado, January 

18, 1989; Irving, Texas, February 2, 1989; and Atlanta, Georgia, 

February 16, 1989: Summary proceedings, 15:2639 (R;US) 
Report to Congress: A study comparing the cost and performance 

of first and second generation integrated gasification combined 

cycle systems, 15:1279 (R;US) 
USDOE Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy, Washington, DC 

(USA). Office of Petroleum Reserves 
Strategic petroleum reserve: Quarterly report, 15:493 (R;US) 
USDOE Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy, Washington, DC 

(USA). Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Coal 

Technology 
Atmospheric Fluidized-Bed Combustion Program: Fiscal year 

1989 summary program plan, 15:890 (R;US) 
Coal preparation program: Fiscal year 1989 summary program 

plan, 15:894 (R;US) 

Coal-based gas stream cleanup program: Fiscal year 1989 sum- 
mary program plan, 15:891 (R;US) 

Enhanced Oil Recovery program plan, FY 1988, 15:1207 (R;US) 
Federal oil research: A strategy for maximizing the producibility of 

known US oil, 15:2638 (R;US) 

Fuel cell systems program plan, FY 1989, 15:1585 (R;US) 
Heat engines program: Fiscal year 1989 summary program plan, 

15:889 (R;US) 
MHD [magnetohydrodynamics] Program Plan, FY 1989, 15:1586 

(R;US) 

Oil shale program plan, FY 1988, 15:1205 (R;US) 
Report to the Congress on expansion of the Strategic Petroleum 

Reserve in one billion barrels: Submitted in response to the 

conference report accompanying the Department of the Interior 

and Related Agencies Appropriations Act for fiscal year 1989 

(H.R. Report No. 100-862), 15:1488 (R;US) 
Surface coal gasification program: Fiscal year 1 989 summary pro- 
gram plan, 15:892 (R;US) 

Tar sands program plan, FY 1989, 15:1909 (R;US) 
Unconventional gas recovery program plan, FY 1988, 15:1206 

(R;US) 
Unconventional gas recovery program plan, FY 1989, 15:1910 

(R;US) 
Underground coal gasification program plan, FY 1989, 15:1908 

(R;US) 
Waste management program: Fiscal year 1989 summary program 

plan, 15:893 (R;US) 

USDOE Assistant Secretary for Management and Administra- 
tion, Washington, DC (USA). Office of Project and Facilities 

Management 

DOE real property: A yearly statistical handbook, 15:552 (R;US) 
Quarterly status of Department of Energy projects, 15:346 (R;US) 



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USDOE Assistant Secretary for Management and Administra- 
tion, Washington, DC (USA). Office of Review and Analysis 

United States Department of Energy small and small disadvan- 

taged business subcontracting program report, 15:486 (R;US) 
USDOE Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Energy, Washington, 
DC (USA) 

1987 annual report on low-level radioactive waste management 
progress: Report to Congress in response to Public Law 99- 
240, 15:306 (R;US) 

USDOE Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Energy, Washington, 
DC (USA). Office of Remedial Action and Waste Technology 
Program plan FY 1989: Surplus facilities management program, 
1 5:553 (R;US) 

USDOE Assistant Secretary for Policy, Planning and Analysis, 
Washington, DC (USA). Office of Policy integration 

1988 selected papers and presentations by DOE's Policy Integra- 
tion Office staff, 15:487 (R;US) 

Least-cost utility planning issues: Uncertainty and indicators of im- 
plementation, 15:2348 (R;US) 

USDOE Bonneville Power Administration, Portland, OR (USA) 
Assessment of commercial and industrial cogeneration potential in 

the Pacific Northwest, 15:2937 (R;US) 

Bonneville Power Administration 1 988 annual report, 15:966 (R;US) 
USDOE Bonneville Power Administration, Portland, OR (USA). 

Office of Energy Resources 
Conservation and load-management research plans: 1989 North 

American index, 15:333 (R;US) 

The commercial audit database: A descriptive data summary: Vol- 
ume 2, Appendices, 15:1784 (R;US) 
USDOE Energy Information Administration, Washington, DC 

(USA) 
1980 annual report to Congress: Volume one, Activities, 15:2174 

(R;US) 

1980 annual report to Congress: Volume three, Forecasts: Sum- 
mary, 15:2286 (R;US) 

Annual report to Congress 1988, 15:738 (R;US) 
Documentation for the State Energy Price and Expenditure Data 

System diskettes, 15:1486 (R;US) 
Documentation for the State Energy Data System 19601987 

diskettes, 15:2135 (R;US) 
The PC-AEO forecasting model version 89C user's manual, 

1 5:2745 (R;US) 

USDOE Energy Information Administration, Washington, DC 
(USA). Office of Coal, Nuclear, Electric and Alternate Fuels 
Annual outlook for US electric power 1989: Projections through 

2000, 15:2661 (R;US) 
Coal data: A reference, 15:1982 (R;US) 
Coal distribution, January-December 1988, 15:1483 (R;US) 
Commercial nuclear power 1 989: Prospects for the United States 

and the world, 15:2960 (R;US) 
Cost and quality of fuels for electric utility plants 1988, 15:2659 

(R;US) 

Domestic uranium mining and milling industry, 1987: Viability as- 
sessment, 15:551 (R;US) 
Electric power annual, 1987, 15:211 (R;US) 
Electric power monthly, April 1989, 15:2345 (R;US) 
Electric power monthly, August 1988, 15:334 (R;US) 
Electric Power Monthly, December 1988, 15:1314 (R;US) 
Electric Power Monthly, February 1989, 15:1671 (R;US) 
Electric power monthly, May 1989, 15:2660 (R;US) 
Electric power monthly, November 1988, 15:967 (R;US) 
Electric power quarterly October-December 1988: Final issue, 

15:1510(R;US) 

Electric power quarterly, July-September 1 988, 15:968 (R;US) 
Financial statistics of selected electric utilities, 1987, 15:969 (R;US) 
Historical plant cost and annual production expenses for selected 

electric plants 1987, 15:1672 (R;US) 

Inventory of power plants in the United States 1988, 15:2658 (R;US) 
Model methodology and data description of the Electricity Market 

Module: Volume 2, Planning component, 15:2346 (R;US) 
Quarterly coal report, January-March 1989, 15:2633 (R;US) 
Quarterly coal report, October-December 1988, 15:1985 (R;US) 
Quarterly coal report: July-September 1988, 15:1203 (R;US) 



USDOE Energy Information Administration, Washington, DC 
(USA). Office of Energy Markets and End Use 

Annual energy outlook 1 989 with projections to 2000, 1 5:865 (R;US) 
Annual energy review, 1988, 15:2029 (R;US) 
Assumptions for the annual energy outlook 1989, 15:1967 (R;US) 
Characteristics of commercial buildings 1986: Nonresidential 

buildings energy consumption survey, 15:144 (R;US) 
Energy severance taxes, 1972-1987, 15:2176 (R;US) 
Estimates of short-term petroleum fuel switching capability 

15:1966 (R;US) 
Housing characteristics, 1987: Residential Energy Consumption 

Survey, 15:2134 (R;US) 
Internationa! energy outlook, 1989: Projections to 2000, 15:1204 

(R;US) 

International petroleum statistics report, July 1 989, 15:2304 (R;US) 
International petroleum statistics report, 15:2637 (R;US) 
International petroleum statistics report, 15:2991 (R;US) 
Manufacturing Energy Consumption Survey: Fuel switching, 1985, 

1 5:629 (R;US) 

Monthly energy review, April 1989, 15:2631 (R;US) 
Monthly Energy Review, August 1988, 15:297 (R;US) 
Monthly energy review, December 1988, 15:1472 (R;US) 
Monthly energy review, January 1989, 15:1473 (R;US) 
Monthly energy review, June 1989, 15:3065 (R;US) 
Monthly energy review, March 1989, 15:1981 (R;US) 
Nonresidential buildings energy consumption survey: Commercial 

buildings consumption and expenditures 1986, 15:2255 (R;US) 
Oil market simulation model: User's manual, 15:2992 (R;US) 
Profiles of foreign direct investment in US energy, 1987, 15 - 550 

(R;US) 
Short-term energy outlook: Quarterly projections, April 1989, 

15:1631 (R;US) 
Short-term energy outlook: Quarterly projections, October 1988, 

1 5:299 (R;US) 
Short-term energy outlook: Quarterly projections, January 1989 

15:864 (R;US) 
State energy data report: Consumption estimates, 1960-1987, 

15:1528 (R;US) 

State energy overview, 15:2461 (R;US) 
USDOE Energy Information Administration, Washington, DC 

(USA). Office of OH and Gas 
Annual outlook for oil and gas 1989, 15:1987 (R;US) 
Drilling and production under Title I of the Natural Gas Policy Act, 

1978-1986, 15:873 (R;US) 

Evaluation of energy information administration form EIA-23 an- 
nual survey of domestic oil and gas reserves: Report years 

1978-1979,15:2303 (R;US) 
Natual gas monthly, 15:1484 (R;US) 
Natural gas monthly, December 1988, 15:887 (R;US) 
Natural gas monthly, July 1988, 15:172 (R;US) 
Natural gas monthly, June 1989, 15:2635 (R;US) 
Natural gas monthly, May 1989, 15:2634 (R;US) 
Natural gas monthly, November 1988, 15:886 (R;US) 
Natural gas monthly, October 1988, 15:645 (R;US) 
Petroleum Marketing Annual, 1987, 15:314 (R;US) 
Petroleum marketing monthly, December 1988, 15:1485 (R;US) 
Petroleum marketing monthly, February 1989, 15:1643 (R;US) 
Petroleum marketing monthly, July 1988, 15:173 (R;US) 
Petroleum marketing monthly, June 1989, 15:3066 (R;US) 
Petroleum marketing monthly, May 1988, 15:2636 (R;US) 
Petroleum marketing monthly, October 1988, 15:647 (R;US) 
Petroleum marketing monthly, September 1988, 15:646 (R;US) 
Petroleum supply annual 1988: Volume 1 , 15:1986 (R;US) 
Petroleum supply monthly, 15:2632 (R;US) 
Petroleum supply monthly, April 1989: Final 1988 statistics in 

summary section, 15:1984 (R;US) 
Petroleum supply monthly, January 1989, 15:1202 (R;US) 
Petroleum supply monthly, July 1989, 15:2990 (R;US) 
Petroleum supply monthly, March 1989, 15:1983 (R;US) 
Petroleum supply monthly, October 1988, 15:644 (R;US) 



USDOE, Washington, DC (USA) 



USDOE Energy Information Administration, Washington, DC 
(USA). Office of Statistical Standards 

An assessment of the quality of selected EIA data series: Electric 

power data, 15:1509 (R;US) 
Directory of Energy Information Administration Models, 1988, 15:7 

(R;US) 
Directory of Energy Information Administration model abstracts 

1988,1 5:6 (R;US) 
Directory of Energy Information Administration models 1989, 

15:1 785 (R;US) 

USDOE Morgantown Energy Technology Center, WV (USA) 
Morgantown Energy Technology Center Publications List, FY 

1988, 15:1 644 (R;US) 
USDOE Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management, 

Washington, DC (USA) 

1988 Bulletin compilation and index, 15:752 (R;US) 
Information services directory: An Update of 5/87, 15:1818 (R;US) 
MRS system study summary report, 15:1820 (R;US) 
Program change control procedure: Revision 1, 15:827 (R;US) 
Program management system manual: Revisions, 15:2583 (R;US) 
Quarterly report on program cost and schedule: Third quarter FY 

1988, 15:751 (R;US) 
Quarterly report on program cost and schedule: Fourth quarter FY 

1988, 15:1 099 (R;US) 

Quarterly report on program cost and schedule: First quarter FY 

1989, 15:1819(R;US) 

Quarterly report on program cost and schedule, 15:2510 (R;US) 

Site characterization plan overview: Yucca Mountain Site, Nevada 
Research and Development Area, Nevada: Consultation Draft, 
15:1 553 (R;US) 
USDOE Office of Energy Research, Washington, DC (USA) 

Guide for the preparation of applications for the University Re- 
search Instrumentation Program, 1989, 15:799 (R;US) 
USDOE Office of Energy Research, Washington, DC (USA). En- 
ergy Biosclences Div. 

Energy Biosciences: Annual report and summaries of FY 1989 ac- 
tivities, 15:3070 (R;US) 

USDOE Office of Energy Research, Washington, DC (USA). Ma- 
terials Sciences Div. 

Energy Materials Coordinating Committee (EMaCC): Annual tech- 
nical report, fiscal year 1988, 15:2575 (R;US) 

Materials Sciences Programs: Fiscal year 1988, 15:800 (R;US) 
USDOE Office of Energy Research, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Basic Energy Sciences 

Summaries of FY 1988 engineering research, 15:604 (R;US) 
USDOE Office of Energy Research, Washington, DC (USA). Of- 
fice of Program Analysis 

An assessment of research projects in the Small Business Innova- 
tion Research [SBIR] Program, 15:269 (R;US) 
USDOE Office of Inspector General, Washington, DC (USA) 

Office of Inspector General semiannual report to the Congress, 
April 1 to September 30, 1988, 15:874 (R;US) 

Office of Inspector General semiannual report to the Congress, 

October 1, 1988-March 31, 1989, 15:1975 (R;US) 
USDOE Office of Inspector General, Washington, DC (USA). 
Capital Regional Office 

Audit of energy research telecommunications data networks, 
15:2472(R;US) 

Audit of the use of annual appropriations to fund contracts, 
1 5:2755 (R;US) 

Review of the environmental survey program, 15:2204 (R;US) 
USDOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information, Oak 
Ridge, TN (USA) 

Office of industrial programs research in progress, 15:271 (R;US) 

The Office of Industrial Programs technical reports: A bibliogra- 
phy, 15:1168 (R;US) 

Yucca Mountain Project bibliography, January-June 1 988: An up- 
date: Civilian Radioactive Waste Management Program, 15:612 
(R;US) 

Yucca Mountain Project bibliography, July-December 1988: An 
update: Civilian Radioactive Waste Management Program, 
15:1 608 (R;US) 



USDOE Office of the Secretary, Washington, DC (USA) 

Environmental restoration and waste management: Five-Year 

Plan, 15:2511 (R;US) 
USDOE Office of the Under Secretary, Washington, DC (USA) 

Public's right to information: An independent safety assessment of 

Department of Energy nuclear reactor facilities, 15:829 (R;US) 
USDOE Pittsburgh Energy Technology Center, PA (USA) 

Electric utility coal conversion market analysis, 15:972 (R;US) 
USDOE Richland Operations Office, WA (USA) 

Environmental assessment for Breeder Reprocessing Engineering 

Test (BRET): Revision 1, 15:1098 (R;US) 
USDOE, Washington, DC (USA) 

Clean Coal Technology Demonstration Program: Draft Program- 
matic Environmental Impact Statement, 15:1988 (R;US) 

Fossil energy review, 15:1487 (R;US) 

Special isotope separation project, Idaho National Engineering 
Laboratory, Idaho Falls, Idaho, 15:26 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comment resolution document: A, Com- 
ments: 1, Letters, 15:412 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comment resolution document: A, Com- 
ments: 1 , Letters, 15:402 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comment resolution document: A, Com- 
ments: 1 , Letters, 15:407 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comment resolution document: A, Com- 
ments: 1 , Letters, 15:408 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comment resolution document: A, Com- 
ments: 1 , Letters, 15:403 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comments resolution documents: A. 
Comments: 1. Letters, 15:413 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comment resolution document: A, Com- 
ments: 1 , Letters, 15:409 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comment resolution document: A, Com- 
ments: 1, Letters, 15:410 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comment resolution document: A, Com- 
ments: 1 , Letters, 15:405 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comment resolution document: A. Com- 
ments: 2. Transcripts, 15:406 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comment resolution document: A, Com- 
ments: 2, Transcripts, 15:404 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comment/response document: A, Com- 
ments: 3, Letters postmarked after 10/17/88, 15:365 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comment/response document: B, Re- 
sponse: Part 1 , 15:414 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comment/response document: B, Re- 
sponse: Part 2, 15:411 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comment/response document: B, Re- 
sponse: PartS, 15:415 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comment/response document: Summary 
and index, 15:366 (R;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Volume 4, Appendix 8: Final En- 
vironmental Impact Statement, 15:572 (R;US) 

Technology '88: Annual report, 15:603 (R;US) 

United States Department of Energy nuclear weapons complex 
modernization report: Report to the Congress by the President, 
15:828 (R;US) 

United States energy policy, 1980-1988, 15:640 (R;US) 



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Annual InHov 



V 

Valtfon Teknll linen Tutkimuskeskus, Espoo (Finland). 
Saehkoetekniikan Laboratorio 

Human reliability in probabilistic risk assessment; a retrospective 

study, 15:1341 (R;FI) 
Vanderbirt Univ., Nashville, TN (USA) 

Discrete and continuous-choice valuation of a hazardous-waste 

site's removal, 15:1844 (D;US) 
Vermont Dept. of Public Service, Montpelier, VT (USA) 

The Energy and School Management Seminar and The Energy 
Manager System: Developmental state programs for institu- 
tional conservation: Final report, 15:9 (R;US) 
Versar, Inc., Springfield, VA (USA) 

Retention, detention, and overland flow for pollutant removal from 
highway stormwater runoff: interim guidelines for management 
measures. Final report, September 1985-June 1987, 15:766 
(R;US) 

Summary report of capacity at commercial facilities. Volume 1. 
Summary report, 1 5:1 834 (R;US) 

Summary report of capacity at limited commercial and company- 
captive facilities. Volume 1. Draft report, 15:1835 (R;US) 

Summary report of capacity at limited commercial and company- 
captive facilities. Volume 2. Draft report, 15:1836 (R;US) 
Virginia Polytechnic Inst. and State Univ., Blacksburg, VA 
(USA). Management Systems Labs. 

Research and development of methods and tools for achieving 
and maintaining consensus processes in the face of change 
within and among government oversite agencies: First annual 
performance report: Research status, October 1988- 
September 1989, 15:1974 (R;US) 

Virginia Univ., Charlottesville, VA (USA). Div. of Urban and Envi- 
ronmental Planning 

Federalism and the surface-water program. Technical report, 
15:281 2 (R;US) 



w 

Warwick Univ., Coventry (UK) 

Human-resource planning in the Venezuelan oil industry, 15:2000 

(D;GB) 

Washington State Transportation Center, Pullman, WA (USA) 
Evaluation of the cost-effectiveness of HOV (high occupancy vehi- 
cle) lanes, 1988. Technical report, 15:470 (R;US) 
Washington State Transportation Center, Seattle, WA (USA) 
Auto occupancy monitoring. Final report, January 1987-October 

1987,15:151 (R;US) 

Washington State Univ., Pullman, WA (USA) 
Anti-nuclear weapons activism in the United States and Great 

Britain: a comparative analysis, 15:1159 (D;US) 
Washington State Univ., Pullman, WA (USA). Dept. of Agricul- 
tural Economics 
Economic study of the potential for water markets in Idaho. Report 

for 1 May 1985-30 April 1987, 15:432 (R;US) 
Washington Univ., Seattle, WA (USA) 

Kainji hydroelectric project: a socio-economic post-impact assess- 
ment, 1 5:533 (D;US) 

Technology strategies and the choice of mode in foreign technol- 
ogy acquisition: case study of Korean pharmaceutical firms. 
15:1419(D;US) 
Waterloo Univ., ON (Canada) 

Determination of optimal operation policies for a combined hydro- 
thermal power-generating system, 1 5:2459 (D;CA) 
Modeling strategic interaction with application to environmental 

engineering, 15:2893 (D;CA) 
Waterloopkundig Lab. te Delft (Netherlands) 
Developing a mathematical-model system for the Rhine: Meuse 

estuary, 15:434 (R;NL) 

Water quantity and quality model for the evaluation of water- 
management strategies in the Netherlands: application to the 
province of Friesland, 15:580 (R;US) 
Watson, Rice and Co., Washington, DC (USA) 
Bus-maintenance analysis study. Final report, 15:292 (R;US) 



West Virginia Univ., Morgantown, WV (USA) 

Decision-making model for the selection of appropriate energy 

technologies in the Caribbean Basin, 15:1423 (D;US) 
West Virginia Univ., Morgantown, WV (USA). Harley O. Staggers 

National Transportation Center 
Evaluation of the spare-ratio concept in the management of transit 

rolling stock. Final report, 15:1952 (R;US) 
Westat, Inc., Rockville, MD (USA). Research Div. 
National survey of solid-waste (municipal) landfill facilities. Draft 

report (Final), 15:399 (R;US) 
Western Michigan Univ., Kalamazoo, Ml (USA) 
Defining a social problem: socio-historical analysis of the antinu- 

clear weapons movement, 15:1936 (D;US) 
Western Ontario Univ., London (Canada) 
Ontario hydro and rural electrification in old Ontario, 1911-1958: 

policies and issues, 15:2101 (D;CA) 
Western Ontario Univ., London, ON (Canada) 
Empirical study of the ability of Canadian oil and gas companies' 
reserves disclosures to account for relative changes in common 
stock prices, 15:3009 (D;CA) 
Western Research Inst., Laramie, WY (USA) 
Results of the groundwater restoration project, Hanna Under- 
ground Coal Gasification Test Site, Wyoming: Topical report 
15:750 (R;US) 

Westinghouse Hanford Co., Richland, WA (USA) 
Environmental Information Management Plan, 15:1384 (R;US) 
Micro Grid: A needs assessment technique for educational and 

emergency preparedness programs, 15:301 (R;US) 
Overview of the site safeguards and security planning process, 

15:2296 (R;US) 
Overview of the US Department of Energy Master Safeguards and 

Security Agreement program, 15:169 (R;US) 
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act compliance at the Han- 
ford Site, 15:1 195 (R;US) 
Weston (Roy F.), Inc., West Chester, PA (USA) 
Alternative energy sources for waste-water treatment plants. Final 

report, October 1981 -August 1983, 15:59 (R;US) 
Windsor Univ., ON (Canada) 

Techno-economic energy model for Ontario, 15:1333 (D;CA) 
Wisconsin Public Service Commission, Madison, Wl (USA) 
Organizational barriers to the performance of least-cost planning- 

related research: Final report, 15:856 (R;US) 
Wisconsin Univ., Madison, Wl (USA) 
Financing hazardous-waste risks in Wisconsin, 15:1392 (D;US) 
Income impacts of alternative rural energy systems: Case study of 

a village in Punjab, India, 15:3023 (D;US) 
Role of giant fields in future US oil production, 15:2979 (D;US) 
Wisconsin Univ., Madison, Wl (USA). Inst. for Environmental 

Studies 
Critique of several regulatory analyses regarding solvent wastes. 

Technical report, 15:2817 (R;US) 

Response of the US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) region 
5 states to the nonpoint source reporting requirements of the 1 987 
Clean Water Act amendments. Technical report, 15:2806 (R;US) 
Wisconsin Univ., Madison, Wl (USA). Water Resources Center 
Management functions for effective controls of ground-water con- 
tamination. Technical completion report, 15:2534 (R;US) 
Wisconsin Univ., Milwaukee, Wl (USA) 
Monetary model for a developing oil-exporting country: the case of 

Saudi Arabia, 15:1999 (D;US) 

Wisconsin Univ., Milwaukee, Wl (USA). Center for Urban Trans- 
portation 

Market-based transit-facility design. Final report, 15:2601 (R;US) 
Traffic zones reconsidered: a geographical examination of zonal 
restructuring for system-wide mass-transit-ridership forecasting. 
Final report, 15:631 (R;US) 
World Health Organization, Copenhagen (Denmark). Regional 

Office for Europe 
Guidelines for healthy housing. Environmental Health series, 

1 5:772 (R;DK) 
Wyoming Cooperative Fishery and Wildlife Research Unit, 

Laramie, WY (USA) 

Maintenance of flows downstream from water-development pro- 
jects in Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming, 15:788 (R;US) 



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Maintenance of flows downstream from water-development projects 
in Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming. Appendix A, 15:789 (R;US) 



XENERGY, Inc., Burlington, MA (USA) 

A statewide, least-cost plan for Rhode Island: Final report on the 
initial work of the Rhode Island least-cost planning committee, 
1 5:2656 (R;US) 

Technology options and potential for energy savings for Rhode Is- 
land least-cost planning project: Final report, 15:2657 (R;US) 



NNEPS (National Network for Environmental Policy Studies) final 
report: EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Region 1 
wellhead-protection efforts. Technical report (Final), 15:2831 
(R;US) 



York Univ. (UK) 

Exhaustible resources: 
15:1 399 (D;GB) 



theory, extension, and application, 



York Univ., Toronto, ON (Canada) 

Federalism in action: Canadian and Australian offshore disputes 
compared, 15:512 (D;CA) 



Yale Univ., New Haven, CT (USA) 

Oil shocks, demand for oil, and productivity slowdown: an analysis 

with the putty-semiputty hypothesis (PSH), 15:1500 (D;US) 
Yale Univ., New Haven, CT (USA). School of Forestry and Envi- 
ronmental Studies 

Combined sewer overflow: A management study. Technical re- 
port, 15:2816 (R;US) 



Zentralanstalt fuer Meteorologie und Geodynamlk, Vienna (Aus- 
tria) 

Marx's concept of ground rent, and landowner revenue: relation of 
Marx's concept of ground rent to the historical analysis of 
landowner revenue from the production of petroleum, 15:511 
(D;CA) 



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Personal Author Index 



Authors' surnames are indexed in the form appearing in the publication cited; given names generally have been reduced 
to initials. For documents with multiple authors, each author name is indexed. The entry for a primary author (first author 
listed on an abstracted document) includes the full document title and citation number. Entries for other authors provide 
a cross-reference to the primary author. Also included is information on the document type, country of publication, and 
the document language listed in parentheses in the format (J;FR;ln French and English). Accent marks are not input be- 
cause of computer alphabetization. Spelling and transliteration follow standard conventions. 



Aam, S., See Foss, B., 15:3054 

Abbey, D.E., Applications of a method for setting air quality stan- 
dards based on epidemiological data, 15:2558 (J;US) 

Abbott, J.R., Magnetic fields from electric power lines theory and 
comparison to measurements, 15:676 (J;US) 

Abbott, R.E., Options for broadcasting price & information, 15:2054 
(RA;US) 

Abdel-Aal, R.E., CAMAC/MBD interface for the VAX data acquisition 

facility at the KFUPM energy research laboratory, 15:1417 (J;US) 

Performance of the VAX 11/785 data acquisition system at the 

KFUPM energy research laboratory, 15:1418 (J;US) 
See Al-Juwair, HA, 15:1416 

Abdelhamid, S.M., See Jacobs, D.G., 15:2782 

Abdelsalam, M.K., See Boom, R.W., 15:1043 

Abdul-Aal, L.N., See AI-Arainy, A.A., 15:1515, 15:1708 

Abdullah, K., Biomass availability and bioenergy program as related 
to its environmental impact, 15:2142 (BA;US) 

Abel, F., Planning building energy conservation research in the US, 
1 5:284 (R;US) 

Abracosa, R.P., Philippine environmental impact statement system: 
an institutional analysis of implementation, 15:261 (D;US) 

Abrahamson, P., Strategic planning framework for technology eval- 
uation, 15:1692 (RA;US) 

Achilles, R.A., See Ramirez, A.R., 15:1540 

Ackerman, W.J., See Nielsen, EX., 15:1738 

Adams, A., See McRai, M., 15:2433 

Adams, K.R., The DARPA manufacturing initiative in high tempera- 
ture superconductivity, 15:2923 (J;US) 

Adams, T.N., Optimization of a swirl burner for pulverized-wood fu- 
els, 15:159 (J;US) 

Adams, W.D., See Row, T.H., 15:20 

Adams on, B., See Levine, M.D., 15:2757 

Adamus, P.R., Wetland Evaluation Technique (WET). Volume 2. 
Methodology. Operational draft. Final report, June 1984- 
September 1988, 15:1799 (R;US) 

Wetlands and water quality: EPA's (Environmental Protection 
Agency's) research and monitoring implementation plan for the 
years 1989-1994, 15:2818 (R;US) 

Adapa, R., Alternative method for evaluation of damping circuit 
losses in HVDC thyristor valves, 15:1026 (J;US) 

Addislon, M.S., See Brambley, M.R., 15:1123 

Adelman, M.A., The valuation of oil reserves, 15:2325 (BA;US) 

Ades-Mclnerney, D., See Plewa, M.J., 15:2549 

Adiarte, A.L., Integrated resource planning: case studies of two 
Minnesota utilities, 15:2358 (RA;US) 

Adlbl, M.M., Local load shedding, 15:687 (J;US) 

Adler, D., Presentation on the role or risk assessment in FUSRAP 
remedial planning, 15:2202 (RA;US) 

Aegerter, I., Nuclear energy in Switzerland, 15:450 (J;DE) 

Ahlbom, A., See Carpenter, D.O., 15:1856 

Ann, Y.K., See Ziolkowski, L.W., 15:898, 15:899 

Aklyama, Y., Outlook for nuclear energy in Japan, 15:2228 (RA;US) 
Present situation and problem of introduction of LNG in Japan, 
1 5:2299 (RA;US) 

AI-AII, S.A, Technology transfer: the problem of dependence in 
Kuwait, 15:1 920 (D;GB) 



AI-Arainy, A.A., Electromagnetic interference from transmission 

lines located in central region of Saudi Arabia, 15:1708 (B;US) 
Electromagnetic interference from transmission lines located in 
central region of Saudi Arabia, 15:1515 (J;US) 

AI-HaJjl, M.A., Structural model for the Saudi Arabian economy: a 
monetary approach, 15:1347 (D;US) 

Al-Jasim, M.S., Exhaustible resources: theory, extension, and appli- 
cation, 15:1399 (D;GB) 

AkJuwair, H.A., The VAX 1 1/785 cluster-based data acquisition sys- 
tem at the KFUPM energy research laboratory, 15:1416 (J;US) 
See Abdel-Aal, R.E., 15:1417, 15:1418 

AI-Mutawa, E.N., Challenges to Arabian gas development, 15:1493 
(J;US) 

AI-Roomy, N., Model of crude-oil pricing and the interaction be- 
tween OPEC, the U.K. and Mexico, 15:1273 (D;GB) 

Al-Sahlawl, M.A., Gasoline demand. The case of Saudi Arabia, 
15:31 7 (J;GB) 

AI-Taher, A.A., Irrigation efficiency and production energy efficiency 
of traditional and modern farms in the AI-Hassa Oasis, Saudi 
Arabia, 15:2954 (D;US) 

Alamglr, D.A.H., See Rahim, A.H.M.A., 15:521 

Alderson, D.M., Technical papers presented at the Defense Nuclear 
Agency global effects review - 7-9 April 1 987. Volume 1 . Techni- 
cal report, 15:117(R;US) 

Alderson, R., Missouri compromise, 15:2110 (J;US) 

Aldridge, J.R., Study of the conflict between private and public 
power interests in Louisiana, 1950-1980: competition and con- 
flict between Gulf States Utilities Company and REA funded 
cooperatives, 15:1525 (D;US) 

Alereza, T., See Martinez, M., 15:2260 

Alexander, M., See Prater, G.S., 15:1625 

Alexander, T., See Teal, R.F., 15:239 

Algahtani, I. M.S., Monetary model for a developing oil-exporting 
country: the case of Saudi Arabia, 15:1999 (D;US) 

Aliesch, P., Nothing new in energy policy, 15:1640 (J;CH;ln Ger- 
man, French) 

Allegrl, T.C. Sr., Handling and management of hazardous materials 
and wastes, 15:104 (B;US) 

Allen, E.G., See Westervelt, E.T., 15:462 

Allsopp, C., Macroeconomic impact of North Sea oil, 15:2645 
(BA;GB) 

Aim, A.L., Waste reduction, 15:1869 (J;US) 

Alne, J., See Foss, B., 15:3054 

Alonso, A., Physical protection philosophy and techniques in Spain, 
15:11 46 (J;US) 

Alpaugh, R.T., Overview of DOE's transportation conservation heat 
engine program, 15:313 (RA;US) 

Alter, J., See Wetgle, T.G., 15:289 

Altman, W.D., See Hunt, J.S., 15:1155 

Alukal, P., See Billinton, R., 15:682 

Alvlc, D.R., Potential impact of acid-rain legislation on the domestic 
aluminum-smelting industry: methodology and documentation, 
15:585 (R;US) 

Ambrose, R.B., Waste-allocation simulation models: a state-of-the- 
art review (journal version), 15:769 (R;US) 

Amistadl, R.L., Battery shipment review and five-year forecast, 
15:1619 (J;US) 



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Bancroft 



Amman, F., Energy carriers: market and production structure with 
reference to the prospects of the European internal market, 
1 5:3024 (J;IT;ln Italian) 

Environmental problematics in developed countries, 15:2898 
(J;IT;ln Italian) 

Amosov, A.G., Costing power generation on a completely self- 
financing basis (without state support), 1 5:3021 (TJ;GB) 

Anastos, G.J., Innovative technologies for hazardous waste treat- 
ment, 15:1 386 (J;US) 

Anders, G.J., See Parker, B.J., 15:3061 

Anderson, A.W., Department of the Army Installation Restoration 
Program, 15:2194 (RA;US) 

Anderson, B., See Piette, M.A., 15:531 

Anderson, G.M., See Lu, Q.C., 15:1729 

Anderson, K.B., Conservation versus energy supply: An economic 
and environmental comparison of alternatives for space condi- 
tioning of new residences, 15:2955 (D;US) 

Anderson, K.J., Preliminary evaluation of computer modeling fore- 
casts of energy consumption in energy edge building, 15:2271 
(RA;US) 

Anderson, N.G., Installation and assessment of crushed rock heat 
storage furnaces, 15:1006 (J;US) 

Anderson, P.J., Good growth expected in world LNG trade, 15:200 
(J;US) 

Anderson, S., See Raley, C., 15:788, 15:789 

Anderson, S.A., See Jacobs, D.G., 15:2782 

Anderson, S.M., Guide to transportation-demand management 
plans for employers, 15:1453 (R;US) 

Anderson, T.G., See Dolnick, E.M., 15:2560 

Andersson, O., Flaedie Ground-water Heat-pump Plant: experi- 
ences from the first years of operation, 15:459 (R;SE) 

Andreini, P.A., The technical normative: Its importance in building 
innovation, 15:2957 (J;IT;ln Italian) 

Andrews, C.J., Consumer education as a development policy tool: 
the case of conservation and renewables in Jordan, 15:745 
(BA;GB) 
See Tabors, R.D., 15:3052 

Andrews, C.L., Neuroradiology computer-assisted instruction using 
interactive videodisk: Pilot project, 15:363 (BA;US) 

Andrews, L., See Limaye, D.R., 15:1714 

Ang, B.W., The use of growth curves in forecasting interfuel substi- 
tution processes, 15:637 (J;GB) 

Anon., World electricity, 15:1049 (B;GB) 

Anthony, R.G., See Moore, P.K., 15:918 

Antonio, E.J., See Lopez, E.A., 15:2217 

Antonucci, J., See Hoffman, M.G., 15:2403 

Aokl, K., An efficient algorithm for load balancing of transformers 
and feeders by switch operation in large scale distribution sys- 
tems, 15:681 (J;US) 
Optimal VAR planning by approximation method for recursive 

mixed-integer linear programming, 15:979 (J;US) 
Voltage drop constrained restoration of supply by switch operation 
in distribution systems, 15:705 (J;US) 

April, R., Best demonstrated available technology (BOAT) back- 
ground document for K009 and K010 (proposed), 15:774 (R;US) 
Best demonstrated available technology (BOAT) background doc- 
ument for K01 1 , K013, and K014 (proposed), 15:776 (R;US) 

Aragon, P.C., SeeTrocki, L., 15:479 

Aralica, J., See Lovasic, Z., 15:2250 

Arbess, D.J., Lengthening the fuse, 15:2239 (BA;US) 

Arding, J.E., The potential of anaerobic biotechnology for treatment 
of stillage in the fuel ethanol industry, 15:1802 (BA;US) 

Areldiacono, V., See Billon, V.C., 15:1299 

Arkln, W.A., SeeCochran, T.B., 15:1935 

Armstrong, A, Armstrong oil directory, 15:3007 (B;US) 

Arnold, E.D. Jr., State signal timing optimization programs, 15:1545 
(J;US) 

Aronl, S., Joint US-Romanian Seminar on Earthquakes and Energy, 
September 2-9, 1985. Volume 3. Energy, 15:150 (R;US) 

Arscott, R.L., New directions in environmental protection in oil and 
gas operations, 15:2025 (J;US) 

Arseneau, R., Application of a three phase nonsinusoidal calibration 



Asano, H., See Kaya, Y., 15:3040 

Ascari, S., Is an energy import reduction policy still fruitful in the new 

international economic framework?, 15:2983 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
Optimal energy prices in the oil glut and their impact on the Italian 
economy, 15:746 (J;IT) 

Ashby, A.B., See Holtberg, P.O., 15:1191 

Ashizawa, A.E., Coal workers' respiratory-disease program evalua- 
tion. Report for 1 December 1985-30 November 1987 (Final), 
15:901 (R;US) 

Ashkin, M., See Garg, V.K., 15:2125 

Ashworth, W., Great and fragile lakes, 15:94 (J;US) 

Assimakopoulos, V., See Mentzas, G.N., 15:1086 

Aston, R.L., Recent court decisions, 15:558 (J;US) 

Atkin, R.G., See Kannard, J.R., 15:2219 

Atkinson, A., Local energy planning in the UK: past experience and 
new initiatives, 15:1330 (BA;GB) 

Augustine, L.J., Evaluation of the effectiveness of ceiling fans for 
reducing heating requirements in Army facilities. Final report, 
15:1449 (R;US) 
See Windingland, L.M., 15:1447 

Augustson, R.H., Role of IAEA [International Atomic Energy 
Agency] safeguards in confidence building, 15:2927 (R;US) 

Aulich, T.R., Coprocessing with petroleum resid and Martin Lake 
Lignite, 15:91 3 (J;US) 

Aurand, D.V., The future of the Department of the Interior OCS 
studies program, 15:2892 (BA;US) 

Auxier, J.A., Historical perspective on federal regulations for radia- 
tion protection, 15:884 (BA;US) 

Avriel, M., See Dantzig, G.B., 15:2665 

Axtman, W.H., An overview of EPA's new source performance stan- 
dards for commercial-industrial institutional boilers with input 
rates above 100 million Btuh, 15:786 (B;US) 

Azancot, M., The role of subsea systems as an integral part of Occi- 
dental's North Sea development strategy, 15:1249 (BA;US) 

Aziz, M.R.A., See Farghal, S.A., 15:702 



B 

Baba, M., See Rahman, S., 15:1732, 15:1754, 15:2454 

Babapour, R., See Reed, N.R., 15:386 

Babic, B.S., See Ristanovic, P., 15:1731 

Babu, S.P., SeeOnischak, M., 15:2465 

Bach, W., See Lesch, K.H., 15:2380 

Bacher, R., Real-time optimal power flow in automatic generation 
control, 15:1 007 (J;US) 

Back, H., PLATINE, 15:1739 (J;US) 

Backlund, L., Dimensioning of cogeneration in complex competitive 
system surroundings, 15:2712 (BA;US) 

Badden, J.W., See Bracken, E.A., 15:1195 

Badgley, C., Hood River: the results are in, 15:1964 (J;US) 

Baes, C.F. Ill, See Levine, M.B., 15:2802 

Bailey, I.R., Energy efficiency - the barriers and the opportunities, 
15:1459 (BA;GB) 

Baird, G.L., Impact of higher oil prices on the economies of Non-Oil 
Developing Countries, 15:3010 (D;US) 

Baird, P.W., Nuclear materials management and safeguards system 
(NMMSS), 1 5:849 (J;US) 

Baker, K., See Moore, C., 15:1976 

Baker, P.S., Reducing regulatory and financial impediments to en- 
ergy conservation: A project report, 15:2258 (R;US) 

Bakhshi, N.N., See Shankaranarayanan, G.V., 15:2156 

Bakirtzis, A.G., A probabilistic costing method for the evaluation of 
the performance of grid, 15:1531 (J;US) 

Balda, J.C., See Makram, E.B., 15:1795 

Baldi, R.W., General dynamics large superconducting magnets for 
government applications, 15:814 (BA;US) 

Ba Hester o, T.P., Fiscal year 1987 program report: New Hampshire 
Water Resources Research Center, 1 5:787 (R;US) 

Balogh, B., Trouble in paradise: institutionalized expertise in the de- 
velopment of nuclear power, 1945-1975, 15:1436 (D;US) 

Balser, S.J., Long-term disturbance monitoring for improved system 



Bann, J.J., see Kirschen, D.S., 15:1813 

Barcelo, W.R., Standardized sensitivity coefficients for power sys- 
tem networks, 15:1012 (J;US) 

Bargiotas, D., Residential air conditioner dynamic model for direct 
load control, 15:1017 (J;US) 

Barkenbus, B.D., Hazardous waste minimization practices in Ten- 
nessee, 15:35 (R;US) 

Barker, J.C., Marine placer development and opportunities in 
Alaska, 15:2909 (BA;US) 

Barnes, B.K., See Vine, E., 15:1950 

Barnes, F.J., See Lopez, E.A., 15:2217 

Barnes, H., Enhancing commercial/industrial customer participation 
in an efficient equipment rebate program using a generic equip- 
ment category, 15:2397 (RA;US) 

Barnes, H.H., See Smith, W.M., 15:2669 

Barnes, V., See Moore, C., 15:1976 

Barnett, D.R., The state of missouri annual energy savings report to 
DOE (CE-462), 15:1452 (R;US) 

Barnett, D.S., The consequences of lithium fires in the presence of 
steam, 15:1567 (J;US) 

Barnum, D.T., Handbook for increasing competition in public trans- 
portation by recognizing and dealing effectively with labor 
requirements, 15:152 (R;US) 

Barnwell, T.O., See Ambrose, R.B., 15:769 

Baron, S., A user's guide to the national labs, 15:877 (J;US) 

Barrle, D., Computer configuration for Ontario Hydro's new Energy 

Management System, 15:3039 (J;US) 
See Nielsen, E.K., 15:1738 

Barrier, J.W., Alcohol fuels and TVA's btomass research, 15:2170 
(J;US) 

Bartlett, P.M., Global potential of marine nonfuel minerals, 15:1400 
(D;US) 

Bartoli, Y.M., US responses to Soviet violations: too little and too 
late?, 15:1160(B;US) 

Barton, J., Low oil prices threaten long-term supply, 15:2022 (J;US) 

Barton, W.C. Jr., Innovative design and management make small 
fields viable, 15:653 (J;US) 

Bartsch, C., Utilities and economic development: new partnerships 
for growth. Final report, 15:1340 (R;US) 

Bartuska, A.M., See Fox, D.G., 15:1375 

Bass, J., The Utility Accounting Package user's manual: Version 
1.0, 15:1786 (R;US) 

Bassl, J., Summary report of capacity at commercial facilities. Vol- 
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Summary report of capacity at limited commercial and company- 
captive facilities. Volume 1. Draft report, 15:1835 (R;US) 
Summary report of capacity at limited commercial and company- 
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Battye, R., See Kersteter, S.L, 15:1828 

Battye, R.E., Quality assurance and quality control plan for the 1 985 
NAPAP (National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program) 
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Baudin, G., See Lefevre, J., 15:1601 

Baughman, M.L., Optimizing combined cogeneration and thermal 
storage systems, 15:2941 (J;US) 

Baumli, G.R., See Karamouz, M., 15:97 

Baylor, J.S., SeeGustafson, M.W., 15:686, 15:994, 15:1740, 15:3030 

Beck, D.M., See Scott, M.J., 15:1092 

Beck, E.G., Air toxics, 15:101 (J;US) 

Beck, R.J, Oil industry outlook 1989-93, 15:3005 (B;US) 

Beck, R.J., U.S. and world demand up in 1989, 15:1211 (J;US) 

Becker, A., See Brashear, J.P., 15:1664 

Becker, A.B., See Brashear, J.P., 15:1496 

Becker, J.J., Prospective economic estimation of agriculture from 
the point of view of energy production, 15:2741 (BA;GB) 

Becker, K.G., Optimal peak load pricing, Hopkinson tariffs, and mod- 
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Beckjord, E., See Hansen, K., 15:2251 

Beebe, J.F., Relationship between vehicle emissions control pro- 
gram features and vehicle emissions, 15:1388 (D;US) 



Becker, J.E. Jr., Factors influencing state conrormance to reaerai 
environmental policy goals: a comparison of state implementa- 
tion of vehicle emissions inspection/maintenance programs, 
15:1387 (D;US) 

Behera, A.K., See Sauer, P.W., 15:1793 

Behnke, W.B. Jr., Fuel choices beyond the year 2000, 15:1232 
(BA;US) 

Beimborn, E.A., Market-based transit-facility design. Final report, 
15:2601 (R;US) 

BeHz, D.W., Computer optimized coal blending, 15:949 (BA;US) 

Belgrave, R., Energy security to 2000, 15:879 (B;US) 

Beljin, M.S., See van der Heijde, P., 15:54 

Bellenger, L.G., Identifying savings through utility bill analysis, 
15:1 059 (BA;US) 

Beltran, L, See Reed, N.R., 15:386 

Belval, R.P., See Bergman, M.K., 15:1579 

Belzer, D.B., See Briggs, R.S., 15:651 
See Scott, M.J., 15:1092 
SeeSerot, D.E., 15:1990 

Bending, R., See Eden, R., 15:2487 

Benenson, P., Marketing and implementing energy conservation in 
municipal facilities, 15:1958 (BA;US) 

Benford, R.D. Jr., Framing activity, meaning, and social-movement 
participation: the nuclear-disarmament movement, 15:1157 
(D;US) 

Benjamin, N.C., Oil revenues and economic policy in Cameroon, 
15:965 (B;US) 

Bennett, B.I., See Bigelow, D.S., 15:1364 

Bennett, G.L., Proposed principles on the use of nuclear power 
sources in space, 15:1434 (BA;US) 

Bentley, B.W., Integrating non-utility generation into the NEPOOL 
resource planning process, 15:990 (J;US) 

Bentley, J.C., Information needs for value-based planning, 15:1686 
(RA;US) 

Benz, G.P., Rapid-rail transit and planning tools. Research report, 
. 15:860 (R;US) 

Berger, A.W., Real time pricing to assist in load frequency control, 
15:3046 (J;US) 

Berger, J.D., Surface contamination guidelines, 15:2198 (RA;US) 

Bergevin, J.R., Economic analysis of the industrial market for elec- 
tricity in the UK, 15:1521 (D;GB) 

Bergman, M.K., Challenge of commercialization: a case study of 
Public Power's multi-megawatt fuel cell demonstration, 15:1579 
(RA;US) 

Bergqulst, D.J., Monticello, Utah CERCLA agreement: evolution 
and lessons learned, 15:2791 (RA;US) 

Berlow, J., See Jones, L., 15:775 

bernard, J., See Herrouin, G., 15:2568 

Bernard, M.J. III, Transferability of demand-side programs between 
regions, 15:2405 (RA;US) 

Bernstein, H.M., See Smith, W.M., 15:2669 

Berry, D., Forecasting sales with the personal computer, 15:2184 
(B;US) 

Berry, L, Gas heating system retrofits for low-income households: 

Evaluation results and future directions, 15:1087 (J;US) 
Marketing and design of residential energy conservation programs 

for the elderly, 15:149 (R;US) 

Recent accomplishments of the US Department of Energy's Least- 
Cost Utility Planning program, 15:2693 (R;US) 
The US Department of Energy's least-cost utility planning pro- 
gram, 15:1471 (R;US) 

Berry, L.G., See Brown, M.A., 15:802, 15:1175 

Bertagnolll, D.B., See Prince, W.R., 15:3043 

Bertlni, A., OECD/NEA co-operative program concerning nuclear in- 
stallation decommissioning projects, 15:1606 (RA;US) 

Bertoldl, O., Monte Carlo approach in planing studies, 15:699 (J;US) 

Bertoletti, P., Savings and inter-energy substitutions in the interme- 
diate consumption of energy in Italy, 15:3069 (J;IT;ln Italian) 

Besant, R.W., See Gray, B.F., 15:1173 

Beschel, R.P., The long-term moderation of Soviet foreign policy, 
15:2248 (BA;US) 

Bespolka, See Tabors, R.D., 1 5:3052 

Bestard, J.M., Scenario planning at Florida power and light com- 
pany, 15:716 (BA;US) 



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Betancourt, R., An efficient heuristic ordering algorithm for partial 

matrix refactorization, 15:689 (J;US) 
Bethea, W., See Petersen, S., 15:1456 
Sevan, Eric, Marketing renewable energy technologies, 15:728 

(J;GB) 
Bevc, V., Evaluation of time-of-use rate program performance, 

1 5:2352 (RA; US) 

Bever, M.B., See Koo, J.C.M., 15:263 
Bezard, C., See Gay, J.C., 15:327 
Bhadoria, P.B.S., Integrating the village plans with energy planning, 

1 5:232 (J; IN) 
Bhargava, A., Crystallization of glasses in the system BaO-Y/sub 

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Bhat, B.K., Analysis of simultaneous ground and phase faults on a 

six phase power system, 15:2724 (J;US) 
Bhatia, N., See Vittal, V., 15:3055 
Bhatmager, R., See Rahman, S., 15:1303 
Bhatnager, R., On-line load control dispatch at Florida power and 

light, 1 5:692 (J;US) 

Bhatt, M.S., See Jayaraman, S., 15:2159 
Bhavaraju, M.P., Emerging issues in power system planning, 

1 5:3038 (J;US) 

Bldwell, M.O., Efficiency vs. fairness retail pricing, 15:2065 (RA;US) 
Blemer, J., Conservation and load-management research plans: 

1989 North American index, 15:333 (R;US) 
Bierbach, H., Experience with combustion in circulating fluidized 

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Blerck, WJ. Jr., See Shoults, R.R., 15:693 

Bierma, T.J., Cost-effectiveness analysis of public education and in- 
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15:1358 (R;US) 

Bigelow, D.S., Quality-assurance support for the National Atmo- 
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monitoring activites: 1987-1990. Interim report, 15:1364 (R;US) 
Biglarblgl, K., See Brashear, J.P., 15:1664 
Biglarbigi, K.H., See Brashear, J.P., 15:1496 
Bilanin, A.J., Reducing US import oil dependence by one billion gal- 
lons of diesel fuel per year, 15:185 (R;US) 
Blljetlna, R., Biogas'rfication of sorghum, 15:2163 (BA;US) 
Billings, M.P., Overview of the US Department of Energy Master 

Safeguards and Security Agreement program, 15:169 (R;US) 
See Hensley, W.F., 15:2296 
Bllllnton, J.E., See Billinton, R., 15:1296 
Blllinton, R., Availability analysis in a cable transmission system 

with repair restrictions, 15:682 (J;US) 
Criteria used by Canadian utilities in the planning and operation of 

generating capacity, 15:992 (J;US) 
Distribution system reliability indices, 15:1296 (J;US) 
See Chowdhury, N., 15:1728, 15:3056 
SeeChu, K., 15:3045 
See Debnath, K., 15:1514 
See Fong, C.C., 15:3034 
See Kumar, S., 15:696, 15:2131 
SeeWacker, G., 15:2128, 15:3048 
Billon, V.C., The Corsican tapping, 15:1299 (J;US) 
Binder, M.J., Energy forecasting and analysis system for the US 

Army Materiel Command. Final report, 15:2959 (R;US) 
Blnkley, C.S., See Kallio, M., 15:242 
Birdwell, J.D., See Bargiotas, D., 15:1017 
Bischak, G.A., State-induced technological change in the United 

States nuclear power industry 1947-1987, 15:1937 (D;US) 
Bisping, L.E., Environmental monitoring master sampling schedule: 

January-December 1989, 15:835 (R;US) 
Bitowft, B.K., A generic study of the sintering aspects of biomass in 

a fluid-bed gasifier, 15:2165 (BA;US) 
Bizzochl, C., See Uvodic, A., 15:941 
Bjelogrllc, M., See Ristanovic, P., 15:1731 
Bjerle, I., See Bitowft, B.K., 15:2165 
Bjorkstrom, A., See Rodhe, H., 15:2899 
BJurstrom, S., Status of the Swedish nuclear waste management 

program, 15:2243 (BA;US) 
Black, K.S., When preparedness met with opportunity - a successful 

facade lighting program, 15:2423 (RA;US) 
Black, W.Z., See Jerrell, J.W., 15:1024 



Blackburn, C.R., A large-scale planning and evaluation tool for up- 
stream oil and gas operations, 15:2339 (BA;US) 

Blackburn, P.S., The Office of Industrial Programs technical reports: 
A bibliography, 15:1168 (R;US) 

Blackman, W.C. Jr., Environmental impacts of policies toward the rail- 
and motor-freight industries in the United States, 15:1394 (D;US) 

Blair, B.D., See Watkins, G.C., 15:903 

Blake, F.S., Making regulations sensible, 15:1862 (J;US) 

Blanchard, J.P., See Loyd, R.J., 15:710 

Blanco, F.A.F.P., See DaSilva, A.M.L, 15:1001 

Blanford, K.M., GRI (Gas Research Institute) baseline projection 
methodology and assumptions. Topical report. Revised, 
15:2968(R;US) 
See Dalbeck, B.W., 15:2969 

Blaser, W.L., Economic-impact study of propqsed amendments to 
Illinois Administrative Code 604.203 and 605.104 of Subtitle F, 
public water supplies (trihalomethanes) R84-12. Final report, 
15:1556 (R;US) 

Biasing, T.J., Environmental surveillance data report for the third 
quarter of 1988, 15:758 (R;US) 

Blatt, M., Alternative technologies for DSM in the commercial sector, 

15:2080(RA;US) 
Market assessment for future technologies, 15:1688 (RA;US) 

Blegen, B., International cooperation in protection of atmospheric 
ozone: the Montreal Protocol on substances that deplete the 
ozone layer. Leonard v. B. Sutton award paper, 15:1880 (J;US) 

Blevins, R.P., 1987 Survey of commercial-sector demand-side man- 
agement programs: Final report, 15:1315 (R;US) 
Demand-side management: Volume 5, Industrial markets and pro- 
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Bloembergen, N., See Patel, C.K.N., 15:5 

Bloemendal, J.W., The petroleum industry and the environment, 
15:1261 (BA;US) 

Bloese, P.O., See Miller, R.O., 15:1996 

Bloomfield, H.S., Extended SP-100 reactor power systems capabil- 
ity, 15:1613 (BA;US) 

Boardman, Brenda, Energy efficiency policy and low income 
households, 15:1463 (BA;GB) 

Bobbltt, P., Democracy and deterrence, 15:2237 (B;US) 

Bockar, D., National policy and military doctrine: development of a 
nuclear concept of land warfare, 1949-1964, 15:1441 (D;US) 

Boehm, F.G., The status of Canadian energy's co-processing tech- 
nologies, 15:91 6 (J;US) 

Boepple, J.T., See Wijetilleke, L, 15:198 

Boeren, E.G., A single gas chromatographic system for the analysis 
of oxygenated compounds in gasoline, 15:1994 (BA;US) 

Bogden, F.J., See Garg, V.K., 15:2125 

Boggess, W.G., See Carriker, R.R., 15:260 
See Mishoe, J.W., 15:1807 

Bonn, R.E., See Daryanian, B., 15:3033 
See Schweppe, F.C., 15:2457 
See Scwheppe, F.C., 15:1042 

Boice, D.G., Cost of electrical power system losses for use in eco- 
nomic evaluations, 15:1746 (J;US) 

Boing, L., D&D crew size: bigger isn't always better, 15:21 99 (RA;US) 

Bellinger, K.E., PSS tuning at the Virginia Electric and Power Co. 
Bath County pumped storage plant, 15:1747 (J;US) 

Bolubasz, R.F., See Needham, V.A., 15:2415 

Bonoff, M.B., See Knapp, C.M., 15:370 

Boom, R.W., Superconductive magnetic energy storage (SMES) 
system studies for electrical utility usage at Wisconsin, 15:1043 
(BA;US) 

Boomer, B.A., Sampling surveys of hazardous wastes at industrial 
facilities, 15:1887 (J;US) 

Boosalis, D., Segmenting commercial/industrial markets for 
demand-side programs, 15:2367 (RA;US) 

Booth, S., See Marienfeld, C.J., 15:1111 

Borawskt, J., Practical steps for building confidence in Europe, 15:4 
(J;US) 

Borek, C., Ozone carcinogenesis in vitro and its co-carcinogenesis 
with radiation, 15:782 (BA;US) 

Borg, A., How to succeed in the energy market?. A report from a 
preliminary project, 15:2480 (R;NO;ln Norwegian) 



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(RA;US) 

Bornstein, I., The ANS/ENS international student exchange pro- 
gram, 15:353 (R;US) 

Boschi, A., A first approach to the safety analysis of a tokamak test 
reactor by a system study methodology, 15:1570 (J;US) 

Bose, A., See Prais, M., 15:1033 

Bosley, K.W., See Bosley, P.B., 15:2151 

Bosley, P.B., A comparison of the wind energy industry's attributes 
and the perceptions held by the industry's salient publics, 
15:2151 (BA;US) 

Bostian, H.E., See Grumpier, E.P., 15:586 

Bourdeau, Ph., Fourth R and D programme on non nuclear energy, 
15:1917(BA;GB) 

Bourgoyne, A.T. Jr., Petroleum engineering manpower supply, 
15:1 657 (BA;US) 

Bowen, W.J., US Energy '88: countdown to the next crisis, 15:2284 
(RA;US) 

Bowers, H.I., [The economics of nuclear and conventional power 
plants in developing countries]: Foreign trip report, June 24- 
July 3, 1988, 15:2774 (R;US) 

Bowman, J.A., The consequences of section 313, 15:2210 (J;US) 

Boyd, G.A., Decomposition of changes in energy intensity. A com- 
parison of the Divisia index and other methods, 15:233 (J;GB) 
See Hanson, D.A., 15:736 
See Kononov, Yu D., 15:740 

Boyd, N.G., Offshore platform removal and abandonment 1987 
Review and update, 15:324 (B;US) 

Boyer, J., See Hiler, E.A., 15:727 

Boyer, L.L., Empirically based algorithms for preliminary prediction 
of daylight performance in toplighted atriums, 15:1188 (BA;US) 

Boyle, M., Sd& Hiler, E.A., 15:727 

Bozdogan, K., SeeKusik, C.L, 15:2901 

Bozoki, B., Line protection design trends in the USA and Canada, 
15:675 (J;US) 

Bracken, E.A., Resource Conservation and Recovery Act compli- 
ance at the Hanford Site, 15:1195 (R;US) 

Brackley, P, Energy and environmental terms, 15:2744 (B;US) 

Bradbury, J.A., Communication as dialogue, 15:2500 (RA;US) 

Braden, J.B., Financing alternatives for agricultural nonpoint source 
pollution control programs. Final report, 15:584 (R;US) 

Bradley, R.A., See Judkins, R.R., 15:2652 

Bradley, R.L. Jr, The mirage of oil protection, 15:3006 (B;US) 

Braend, T., See Hutton, S., 15:1343 

Bragen, M.J., See Hanson, D.A., 15:736 

Bralthwait, C.L., See Chamberlin, J.H., 15:212 

Braithwait, C.L.M., See Chamberlin, J., 15:554 

Braithwait, S.D., End-use load data for DSM analysis: results from 

EPRI's DSM project, 15:2683 (RA;US) 
See Ryan, N.E., 15:1737 

Brakke, D.F., Chemical and physical characteristics of lakes in the 
northeastern United States, 15:381 (R;US) 

Brambley, M.R., Advanced energy design and operation technolo- 
gies research: Recommendations for a US Department of 
Energy multiyear program plan, 15:1 123 (R;US) 

Brand, K.P., Three-phase measurement evaluation using a high- 
speed processor with snapshot facility, 15:1039 (J;US) 

Brandhorst, H. Jr., Space commercialization and power system 
technology, 15:1058 (BA;US) 

Brandis, P., Wood heat displacement: effects on planning and resi- 
dential conservation and marketing programs, 15:2259 (RA;US) 

Brashear, J.P., Incentives, technology, and EOR, 15:1664 (J;US) 
Incentives, technology, and EOR, 15:1496 (BA;US) 

Brashier, J., Coexistence of fishing and oil and gas industries in the 
Gulf of Mexico, 15:2553 (BA;US) 

Braverman, T.N., Emission-inventory requirements for post-1987 
carbon monoxide State Implementation Plans, 15:1361 (R;US) 

Brawley, W.W., Burgeoning regulations change role of landman, 
1 5:2003 (J;US) 

Brehany, J.J., SeeSnyder, N.W., 15:1806 



minimization research program: an overview, 15:2530 (R;US) 

Briggs, O.K., SeeBorg, I.Y., 15:1062 

Briggs, R.S., Analysis and categorization of the office building stock. 
Topical report, February-September 1987, 15:651 (R;US) 

Briggs, W., See Naccarino, J., 15:987, 15:2455 

Brinegar, C.S., Comments on "the case for a variable import fee on 
oil", 1 5:952 (J;US) 

Brinig, M.F., Examination of the legal mechanisms to regulate ad- 
vanced fision reactors, 15:2582 (R;US) 

Brinkman, J.J., Water quantity and quality model for the evaluation 
of water-management strategies in the Netherlands: application 
to the province of Friesland, 15:580 (R;US) 

Britton, J.A., A mechanistic model for axisymmetric cavity growth 
during underground coal gasification, 15:917 (J;US) 

Broadaway, E.R., See Reed, J.H., 15:1710 

Broadwater, R.P., See Reed, J.H., 15:1088, 15:1089, 15:1285, 
15:1505,15:1519, 15:1768 

Broadway, E.R., See Reed, J.H., 15:1293 

Broders, M.A., [Discussions with International Energy Agency's 
Center for the Analysis and Dissemination of Demonstrated En- 
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eign trip report, 15:1915 (R;US) 

Brody, R., See Rager, R., 15:2506 

Broeht, J.H., See Blevins, R.P., 15:238 

Brooks, D., SeeTorrie, R., 15:638 

Brooks, M.J., Late Archaic-Late Woodland adaptive stability and 
change in the Steel Creek watershed, South Carolina: Final re- 
port of the L-Lake prehistoric investigations, 15:1338 (R;US) 

Brothers, P.W., Knowledge engineering for HVAC expert systems, 
15:1177(BA;US) 

Browdy, M., See Hanson, D.A., 15:736 

Brown, B.C., See Strait, J., 15:1925 

Brown, D.R., Current cost and performance requirements for resi- 
dential cool storage systems, 15:219 (R;US) 

Brown, G., Baseline socio-economic profiles of coastal counties in 
the northern California planning area. Final report, 1970-2020, 
15:357 (R;US) 

Baseline socio-economic profiles of coastal counties in the central 

California planning area. Final report, 1970-2020, 15:358 (R;US) 

Baseline socio-economic profiles of coastal counties in the southern 

California planning area. Final report, 1970-2020, 15:359 (R;US) 

Brown, H.E., Alleviating line overload by line switching, 15:2113 

(J;US) 
SeeMakram, E.B., 15:1750 

Brown, I., Model contract and guidebook for third party financing in 
Europe, 15:1801 (BA;GB) 

Brown, Ian, Development of a. European market for contract energy 
management, 15:1461 (BA;GB) 

Brown, J., See Krause, F., 15:1969, 15:2136, 15:2137 

Brown, L.L., See Warner, J.D., 15:792 

Brown, M.A., Commercializing government-sponsored innovations: 

Twelve successful buildings case studies, 15:802 (R;US) 
How influential is the auditor, 15:1175 (J;US) 
Promoting the commercialization of energy innovations: An evalu- 
ation of the Energy-Related Inventions Program, 15:2220 (R;US) 
The Energy-Related Inventions Program: An assessment of re- 
cent commercial progress, 15:438 (R;US) 
[Participate in in-depth discussions with the Federal Republic of 
Germany concerning possible membership in the International 
Energy Agency's Center for the Analysis and Dissemination of 
Demonstrated Energy Technologies, Bonn, W. Germany, June 
15, 1989]: Foreign trip report, 15:2273 (R;US) 

Brown, M.K., See Larsen, C.E., 15:598 

Brown, M.L., Photovoltaics projects status versus utility require- 
ments, 15:821 (BA;US) 

Brown, P.J., Overview of U.S. government programs on electric ve- 
hicles, 15:1134 (BA;US) 
Status of electric and hybrid vehicle technology, 15:826 (BA;US) 



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Brown, P.S., Ethics and nuclear weapons research, 1 5:1 140 (R;US) 
See Miller, G.H., 15:642 

Brown, S.P.A., Oil demand and prices in the 1990s, 15:2015 (J;US) 

Brown, W.A., Morgantown Energy Technology Center Publications 
List, FY 1988, 15:1644 (R;US) 

Browne, S.H., The economics of production of methanol from bio- 
mass in Hawaii, 15:1810 (BA;US) 

Brownlie, G.D., Battery requirements for uninterruptable power- 
supply (UPS) applications, 15:1725 (J;US) 

Bruhl, E.J., See Ralston, D., 15:1895 

Brumback, B.C., Protecting resources through land acquisition, 
15:1 900 (J;US) 

Brumback, R.A., See Brumback, B.C., 15:1900 

Bruner, J.M., See Poggio, A.J., 15:111 

Brusger, E.G., MIDAS case studies, 15:2450 (R;US) 

Bryant, J., US Energy policy into 21st century, 15:1980 (J;US) 

Bubb, S., See Vig, K., 15:2446 

Bubb, S.R., Abstract for customizing an integrated planning ap- 
proach: three utilities' experience, 15:2390 (RA;US) 

Bucciero, J.M., See Nielsen, EX., 15:1738 

Buchanan, D.L., See Violette, D.M., 15:2447 

Buchanan, S., The electricity consumption impacts of commercial 
energy management systems, 15:1741 (J;US) 

Buckius, R.O., Radiative heat transfer in particle-laden combustion 
systems, 15:2952 (BA;US) 

Buckley, P.H., Interregional computable general-equilibrium model 
of the United States with illustrations of regional impacts of acid 
rain pollution-control costs, 15:1845 (D;US) 

Buckner, D.A., "S" glass manufacturing technology transfer, 15:819 
(J;US) 

Buehrlng, W.A., See Gillette, J.L., 15:515 

Bull, A.T., Environmental pollution policies in light of biotechnologi- 
cal assessment: organization for economic cooperation, United 
Kingdom, and European economic council perspectives, 15:425 
(BA;US) 

Bull, M., Bonneville's least cost planning, 15:1743 (J;US) 
Impact of energy codes on utility system uncertainty, 15:2351 
(RA;US) 

Bullard, D.L., Evaluation of employer-distributed transit pass pro- 
grams in Texas. Technical report (Final), 15:1457 (R;US) 

Bunn, M., Star Wars testing and the ABM treaty, 15:1 23 (J;US) 

Burchett, R.C., See Merritt, W.C., 15:519 

Burke, P.P., See Schindler, H.D., 15:1409 

Burke, W.J., Trade off methods in system planning, 15:526 (J;US) 
SeeMukerji, R., 15:982 
SeeSchweppe, F.C., 15:3037 

Burkhardt, J.E., See Fraval, F.D., 15:1953 

Burnett, C.D., Woody biomass energy resources of Illinois. Final re- 
port, 1 5:228 (R;US) 

Burns, A.L., See Chartier, V.L., 15:1769 

Burns, J.A., Factors which can affect an institutional energy man- 
agement program, 15:1961 (J;US) 

Burns, P.R., Performance of sunspaces in northern climates, 
15:11 83 (BA;US) 

Bursteln, S., Nuclear power and related issues: the US outlook, 
1 5:2227 (RA;US) 

Burzese, A.A., See Bozoki, B., 15:675 

Busch, R.D., See McQuiston, F.C., 15:471 

Bustard, C.J., Fabric filters for the Electric Utility Industry: Volume 
1, General concepts, 15:244 (R;US) 

Butcher, J.B., See Medina, M.A., 15:46 

Butler, D.M., Guide for preparing Safe Operating Procedures 
(SOPs), 15:1561 (R;US) 

Buttorff, L.A., An approach to least-cost utility planning, 15:2715 
(BA;US) 

Buyzen, J.P., Selection and operation of production facilities for 
handling high pourpoint crude oils, 15:1240 (BA;US) 

Byam, J.W., Coal-fueled gas turbines, 15:958 (BA;US) 

Byrd, R.C., Statement of Robert C. Byrd before the subcommittee 
on Environmental Protection, 15:964 (BA;US) 

Byrne, J.G., See Fox, D.G., 15:1375 



Cabrera, H., See Olszyk, D.M., 15:87 

Cadwallader, L.C., Critical safety function guidelines for experimen- 
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Cadwell, J.J., US statutes of general interest to safeguards and se- 
curity officers, 15:2288 (R;US) 

Cahaly, R., See Wolff, G.T., 15:85 

Cal, M., See Zheng, H., 15:544 

Cain, W.C., Asbestos problem resolution, 15:583 (R;US) 

Cairns, E.J., Energy Analysis Program: Annual report, FY 1988, 
15:1536 (R;US) 

Caldeira, P.P.A., Compensation of power factor in rectifier systems 
utilized in oil drilling rigs, 15:539 (J;US) 

Calder, J.A., See Ehler, C.N., 15:102 

Caldwell, J.A., Impact of proposed EPA groundwater standards on 
UMTRA project disposal cell design, 15:2201 (RA;US) 

Caldwell, R.H., Acquisition strategy development, 15:2326 (BA;US) 

Calhoun, J.C., See Von Gonten, W.D., 15:1238 

Calhoun, R.C., Meeting the competition - a joint action DSM pro- 
gram, 1 5:2424 (RA;US) 

Calkins, D.E., See Benz, G.P., 15:860 

Callahan, P.M., An experimental evaluation of a thermal line up rat- 
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(J;US) 

Callaway, J.W., SeeHadiey, D.L, 15:2551 
See Marsh, S.J., 15:2608 

Callaway, O., Revised definition of hazardous waste RCRA waste 
characteristic testing changes, 15:2209 (BA;US) 

Cambi, G., See Boschi, A., 15:1570 

Cameron, E.N., The future context of offshore mining, 15:2567 
(BA;US) 

Camfleld, R., Market segmentation and pricing for competitive mar- 
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Camp, W.A., Evaluation of TVA's energy saver home program, 
1 5:2353 (RA;US) 

CampanelH, L.C., Effects of a didactic and guided-imagery interven- 
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death, health iocus of control, and social responsibility in health 
education college students, 15:1437 (D;US) 

Campbell, A.J., See Duda, A.M., 15:95 

Campbell, J.M. Sr., Improved professionalism, 15:1656 (BA;US) 

Campbell, K.M., Prospects and consequences of Soviet decline, 
15:2247(BA;US) 

Campbell, S.R., See Lloyd, B.A., 15:1757 

Camplani, A., Institutional aspects of DSM in Italy, 15:2083 (RA;US) 

Canada, J., See Poggio, A.J., 15:1 11 

Canavan, G.H., Transitional strategic defense architectures, 
15:11 37 (R;US) 

Canete, D., See Kim, B.J., 15:568 

Cantor, R., The economics of nuclear power: further evidence on 
learning, economies of scale, and regulatory effects, 15:1938 
(J;NL) 

Cantor, R.A., Policies to encourage private sector responses to po- 
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Capel, J., Learning to live with low prices, 15:1220 (J;US) 

Capra, M., Status report on current MHD R and D in Italy, 15:1241 
(BA;US) 

Capros, P., See Mentzas, G.N., 15:1086 

Caramanis, M.C., WRATES, 15:1748 (J;US) 
See Tabors, R.D., 15:2124 

Caraminls, M.C., SeeSchweppe, F.C., 15:2457 
SeeScwheppe, F.C., 15:1042 

Carberry, R.E., Evaluation of RTV coating for station insulators sub- 
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CardHo, J.M., See Neylan, A.J., 15:32 

Carlsnaes, W., Energy vulnerability and national security. The en- 
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Carlson, D.D., Applications of license renewal evaluation methodol- 
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15:1934 (R;US) 

Carlson, J.H., Availability trend evaluation, 15:720 (BA;US) 



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Carlson, R.L, Toxic chemical report, first annual: a summary of 
information contained in the toxic chemical report forms for cal- 
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Carnes, N., SeeStancell, D.F., 15:2786 

Carries, S.A., Disposing of the US chemical weapons stockpile. An 
approaching reality, 15:2900 (J;US) 

Carnesate, A., Smart weapons and ordinary people, 15:2241 (BA;US) 

Carney, R.W., Experience with competitive capacity acquisition, 
15:2700 (BA;US) 

Caron, R.D., S&e Boehm, F.G., 15:91 6 

Carpenter, D.O., Power lines and cancer: public health and policy 
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Carpenter, K.H., Decision-making model for the selection of appropri- 
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Carplnella, C., See Matthews, A., 15:695 

Carr, D.J., See Yeasted, J.G., 15:2788 

Carr, B.C., S&e Bustard, C.J., 15:244 

Carre, H., Financial engineering activity of the Commission; 15:560 
(BA;GB) 

Carriage, C.C., See Tingsanchali, T., 15:2572 

Carricato, M.J., Defense Environmental Restoration Program, 
15:2191 (RA;US) 

Carrie, J., Growth of the concept of energy - a longitudinal study in 
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Carrlker, R.R., Agricultural nonpoint pollution: a regulatory dilemma, 
15:260 (J;US) 

Carrlngton, P.P., See Choi, S.S., 15:1004 

Carroll, W.L, See Vine, E., 15:1950 

Carruthers, D.R., Removal and abandonment, 15:1247 (BA;US) 

Carruthers, S.P., Policy and economic aspects, 15:1533 (BA;GB) 

Carter, C.E., See Choi, S.S., 15:1004 

Carter, L.J., Nuclear imperatives and public trust: Dealing with ra- 
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Carvalho, M.F., Optimal active power dispatch by network flow ap- 
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Carver, C.F., Cogeneration vs. central power plants, 15:2711 (BA;US) 

Caskey, J., See Mashburn, W.H., 15:2387 

Castro, C.H., See Sachdev, M.S., 15:674 

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Cauwenberge, M.J.-C. Van, Third party financing contract for the 
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Cavanagh, R., Why utilities should promote DSM while choking on 
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Caves, D.W., Customer demand for service reliability: A synthesis 

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Estimating outage costs from demand analysis, 15:2049 (RA;US) 
Importance of market segmentation in new service and rate offer- 
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Importance of market segmentation in new service and rate offer- 
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Interruptible/curtailable rate programs: issues in the development 

of customer credits, 15:2679 (RA;US) 

Load impact of interruptible and curtailable rate programs. Evi- 
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Cehn, J.I., See Le Surf, J.E., 15:1 100 

Cen, K., Development of fluidized-bed combustion of coal-water 
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Cepica, W.J., Gas-processing industry shows signs of maturity, 
15:301 5 (J;US) 

Chakravarthl, K.R., See Meliopoulos, A.P.S., 15:1291 

Chamberlain, J., Developing a pricing strategy: the case of nonutil- 
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Chamberlin, J., Status of least-cost planning in the United States: 

Final report, 15:554 (R; US) 
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Chamberlin, J.H., Moving toward integrated value-based planning: 

The issues, 15:21 2 (R;US) 
Strategic integration of pricing and demand-side management, 

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Chamberlin, J.L, The costs of photovoltaic concentrator modules, 
15:12 (R;US) 



Chan, P.T., See Eto, J.H., 15:1951, 15:2093 

Chan, R.K., See Szladow, A.J., 15:910 

Chandran, R.R., Coal classification for fluidized-bed combustion, 
15:931 (BA;US) 

Chandrasekaran, A., See Reed, J.H., 15:1088, 15:1089, 15:1285, 
15:1505, 15:1519, 15:1768 

Chang, C.L., See Hsu, Y., 15:995 

Chang, J., See Marienfeld, C.J., 15:1111 

Chao, H., Price differentiation by time and by service, 15:2038 
(RA;US) 

Chao, K.C., See Schindler, H.D., 15:1409 

Chapleau, R., See Benz, G.P., 15:860 

Chapman, D.G., Test experience with multiterminal HVDC load flow 
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Chapman, M.A., See McDermott, H., 15:535 

Charles, C., See Herrouin, G., 15:2568 

Chattier, V.L., Electrical environment of the uprated pacific NW/SW 
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Chase, J.D., The new coprocessing pilot plant at CANMETs energy 
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Chase, S., Managing natural resources for sustainable develop- 
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Chatmon-McEaddy, ML, See April, R., 15:776 

Chatters, J.C., Hanford cultural resources management plan, 
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Chattin, B.L., See Doering, O.C. Ill, 15:311 

Chavardes, D., France's nuclear program still vital to energy secu- 
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Cheek, L. HI, Site owners of liability insurers: who should pay for 
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Chen, C.Y., SeeTorries, T., 15:1903 

Chen, F., See Turner, R.H., 15:1179 

Chen, Q., See Singh, C., 15:1727 

Chen, R.F., See Turner, R.H., 15:1179 

Chen, S.L., See McCarthy, J.M., 15:23 
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Chen, S.S., See Lu, C.N., 15:694 

Cheng, S.J., An expert system for voltage and reactive power con- 
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Chernlck, P., Quantifying the economic benefits of risk reduction, 
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Chessmore, R., See Callaway, O., 15:2209 

Chesson, J., See Karaffa, M.A., 15:1833 

Chester, T., End-use power quality RD planning: Proceedings, 
15:514 (R;US) 

Chestnut, L.G., See Peterson, D.C. Jr., 15:31 

Cheung, R., See Naccarino, J., 15:987, 15:2455 

Chi, J.W.H., Synergistic uses of NERVA derivative technology for 
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Chieco, N.A., See de Planque, E.G., 15:277 

Chiron, Nl., See Georgiades, Y., 15:643 

Chisholm, W.A., Lightning surge response of ground electrodes, 
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Chmelynskl, H J., See Faucett, J.G., 15:105 

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Choi, S.C., SeeMorlok, E.K., 15:153 

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Chomlckl, A., ASD benefit, 15:1061 (BA;US) 

Choudhry, M.A., See Ellithy, K.A., 15:2130 

Chow, J.C., See Mercede, F., 15:988 

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Chowdhury, B.H., Analysis of interrelationships between photo- 
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Chowdhury, N., Assessment of spinning reserve in interconnected 
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(J;US) 
Interruptible load carrying capability of a generation system, 



Christians, F.W., Energy industry with reference to national necessi- 
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Christiansen, D.L., Impacts of carpool utilization on the Katy Free- 
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Christiansen, D.S., The aggregate production profile for US crude 
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Christoffersen, G, Energy reform in China: the professionalization 
of energy policy making, 15:1481 (D;US) 

Chrzanowskl, P.L., See Miller, G.H., 15:642 

Chu, D., Improved planning and programming for energy-efficient 

new Army facilities. Final report, 15:1448 (R;US) 
Technology Transfer Test Bed Program. Field demonstration of the 
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Chu, K., Probabilistic generating capacity cost of service allocation, 
15:3045(J;US) 

Churchill, R.J., See Fisher, P.W., 15:1882 

Cicchettl, C.J., Cogeneration and competition, 15:2078 (RA;US) 

Cfllo, D.L., SeaCugini, A.V., 15:911 

Civanlar, S., Distribution feeder reconfiguration for loss reduction, 
15:706 (J;US) 

Clvldinl, B., See Vir, J., 15:2557 

Clairain, E.J., See Adamus, P.R., 15:1799 

Clark, B.R., Potential conflicts between oil and gas industry activi- 
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Clark, E., See Adiarte, A.L., 15:2358 

Clark, H.K., See Balser, S.J., 15:2102 

Clark, R-, Generic cost estimates for the disposal of radioactive 

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See Esposito, M.P., 15:98 

Clark, R.M., See Geldreich, E.E., 15:55 
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Clark, T., New partnerships for economic development, 15:2112 
(J;US) 

Clarke, M., Airport shared-ride taxi programs in New York, Chicago 
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Clarke, R., Utility competitive position (CP) test for DSM programs: 
a new tool for planning and analyzing DSM programs to improve 
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Clarke, V., Smart Money Energy Program for residential customers, 
1 5:2407 (RA;US) 

Claverie, A., Photovoltaic generators for isolated dwellings: France's 
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Clements, K.A., Detection and identification of topology errors in 
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Clements, K.P., New Zealand paying for nuclear ban, 15:130 (J;US) 

Clements, W.E., See Poggio, A.J., 15:111 

Clinton, J., See Hughes, N., 15:2384 

Coates, B., Evaluation of the Seattle energy code's major projects 
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Coccaro, C.J., PSE&G residential appliance control market assess- 
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Coccla, M., ARIMA forecasting techniques: Energy consumption in 
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Cochran, C.N., Long-term substitution dynamics of basic materials 
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Cochran, T.B., US nuclear warhead facility profiles, 15:1935 (B;US) 

Coe, L., On-site storage of low-level radioactive waste at power reac- 
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Coe, T., Illinois state buildings energy expense study: FY88 and 
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Coelho, J., See Da Silva, A.M.L., 15:1001 

Cogan, D., American electric utilities, 15:1815 (J;US) 

Cogle, J., Competition through the grid, 15:517 (J;GB) 
Cost-effective regulation, 15:337 (J;GB) 

Cohen, A., See Rowe, M.S., 15:1578 

Cohen, A.I., An optimization method for load management schedul- 
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lizing the components concept and its decomposition and 
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Cokkinides, G.J., See Meliopoulos, A.P.S., 15:1291 

Cole, J.A., See McCarthy, J.M., 15:23 

Cole, J.T., Renewable energy education in Canadian schools, 
15:21 48 (BA;US) 

Cole, W.J., See Onofry, R., 15:2376 

Coleman, G., Building Thermal Envelope Systems and Materials 
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See Samples, S.D., 15:803 

Coleman, M.J., Solar '88 (Technical Papers), 15:2141 (B;US) 

Collet, P.J., Cogeneration and heat pumps in combination with ther- 
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Collier, J.C. Jr., Integrated resource planning: who's going to do it?, 
15:1695 (RA;US) 

Collier, John, AEA technology available to industry, 15:440 (J;GB) 

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Collins, C.D., Evaluating water quality for lake management. Final 
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Collins, H., See Heisler, S.L., 15:574 

Collins, J., See Heisler, S.L., 15:574 

Collins, J.W., See Freeman, B.D., 15:1839 

Collomb, A., See Uvodic, A., 15:941 

Colt, J., See Norton, S., 15:768 

Colten, C.E., Historical assessment of hazardous-waste manage- 
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Colwell, R.K., Another reading of MAS gene report, 15:90 (J;US) 

Commes, G.A., An integrated economic analysis of commercial 
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Conant, D., Water heater control and standby generation: design to 
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Cone, M., LA. to E.P.A.: don't hold your breath, 15:93 (J;US) 

Congedo, F., See Barnes, H., 15:2397 

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Conner, C.C., Adjustment of residential heating loads predicted by 
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Conner, C.R., See Yeasted, J.G., 15:2788 

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Conover, K., See Lynette, R., 15:1530 

Conrad, F., On the significance of hydrogen for energy policies. An in- 
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Constantinescu, R., See Aroni, S., 15:150 

Contaxis, G.C., A reduced model for power system observability 

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An interactive package for risk evaluation and maintenance 
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Conti, R., See Abbott, J.R., 15:676 

Contzen, J.P., Progress and prospects for renewable energy 
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Cook, J.J., Innovative pricing for large customers, 15:2701 (BA;US) 



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Cook, R.W., Reenlistment behavior of nuclear-trained enlisted men. 
Master's thesis, 15:445 (R;US) 

Cooney, K., An action-oriented, team approach to building energy 
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Cooney, K.P., See Haberl, J.S., 15:1 1 74 

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Corak, D., Methodology for guidance of power supply in urban ar- 
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Cornelius, C.E., SeeGunard, K.T., 15:1573, 15:1574 

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Correll, D.L. Jr., Fusion: A necessary component of US energy pol- 
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Fusion: A necessary component of US energy policy: Revision 1 , 
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Cortez, A.J., See Datta, B.N., 15:2496 

Cotruvo, J.A., Drinking water standards and risk assessment, 
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Couch, G.R., Recent progress in coal bioprocessing research in Eu- 
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Coumans, H., See Walker, S., 15:1094 

Cowing, T.G., New REEPS PC model, 15:2673 (RA;US) 

Cowling, E., See Fox, D.G., 15:1375 

Craciun, D.V., Processing municipal solid waste with Westing- 
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Craig, J.R., See Billings, M.P., 15:169 

Craig, P., The LLNL/UC Davis Dialogue Project: Final report, 
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Cramer, T.L., GRI (Gas Research Institute) catalog of technical re- 
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Crane, C.M., Customer decision-making under real-time pricing, 

15:2431 (RA;US) 
Customer response to real-time pricing, 15:2056 (RA;US) 

Crane-Engel, M., Political economy of multilateral technical assis- 
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Crawford, M., EPA to cut US CFC production to protect ozone in 
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Crawford, M.M., See Lu, Q.C., 15:1729 

Crawford, R., See Poggio, A.J., 15:1 127 

Crawford, R.B., See Poggio, A.J., 15:1 1 1 

Crawley, D.B., SeeBrambley, M.R., 15:1123 
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Cress, K., See Nadel, S.M., 15:2371 

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Crittenden, C., The new wave of performance contracts, 15:2714 
(BA;US) 

Crittenden, C.E., Documented means of financing cogeneration, 
1 5:627 (BA;US) 

Crocetti, A.F., See Mushak, P., 15:382 

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Crowder, R.S., See Hauser, S.G., 15:227 

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Grumpier, E.P., Status of US EPA's (Environmental Protection 
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Crystal, R., See Noake, K.D., 15:1368 

Cugini, A.V., Novel dispersed-phase catalytic approach to copro- 
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Culpepper, R.L., Heat pump promotion in the TVA power service 
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Cunliffe, P., See Ruderman, H., 15:147 



Cunningham, G.W., Nuclear energy internationally status and 
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Cuozzo, L., Energy efficient investments through third party financ- 
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Cushman, R.M., See Fulkerson, W., 15:2514 

Cutshall, K., Energy savings through hot pressing, 15:472 (J;US) 

Cutter, M.R., Case study: integrated use of energy management 
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Czerny, M., Totally integrated control system for the 220 mW cogen- 
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D'Angelo, E., World and Italian energy situation in 1987, 15:2974 
(J;IT;ln Italian) 

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Da Silva, A.M.L., Discrete convolution in generating capacity relia- 
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Dacres, C.M., See Lindsey, N., 15:1 105 

Dadi, Zhou, Energy price management in economic system reform, 
1 5:2773 (RA;US) 

Dagnino, A., Modeling strategic interaction with application to envi- 
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Dahlin, D.C., See Warner, J.D., 15:792 

Dalbeck, B.W., GRI (Gas Research Institute) baseline projection re- 
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Dalebaeck, J.O., Large-scale Swedish solar-heating technology 
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Dalpiaz, P., SeeHansen, D., 15:2104 

Daly, J.M., Burning coal's waste, 15:1161 (J;US) 

Dancy, J.R., FERC orders and the evolving natural gas market, 
15:2323 (BA;US) 

Dancy, V.A., See Dancy, J.R., 15:2323 

Daniels, E.J., See Wolsky, A.M., 15:609 

Daniels, K.L., See Biasing, T.J., 15:758 

Danlk, C., Marx's concept of ground rent, and landowner revenue: 
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15:511 (D;CA) 

Danker, M., Malaysia: Asia Pacific energy series: Country report, 
15:730 (R;US) 

Dantinl, D.J., See Vyas, A.D., 15:1335 

Dantzig, G.B., Decomposition techniques for multi-area generation 
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15:2665 (R;US) 

Darr, J., Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA): 
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Daryanian, B., Optimal demand-side response to electricity spot 

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SeeSchweppe, F.C., 15:2133 

Das, S., See Kerley, C.R., 15:593 

daSilva, J., See Hoffman, M.G., 15:2412 

Datta, B.N., Designs lower shallow-water offshore platform costs, 
1 5:2496 (J;US) 

Datta, R.L., Strategies of solar energy developments and application 
in developing countries, 15:1072 (BA;GB) 

Davanzo, A.C., See Lederer, C.C., 15:1949 

David, A.K., Dynamic tariffs, 15:3047 (J;US) 

Davidson, H.C., See Andrews, C.L, 15:363 

Davidson, K.G., Prospects for gas cooling and commercial cogen- 
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See Kostrzewa, L.J., 15:143 

Davies, Cyril, Control and remedial strategies, 15:1563 (BA;GB) 



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Davies, J.B., See Chapman, D.G., 15:1040 

Davis, A.M., Developing a quality plan at a national laboratory, 
1 5:1478 (R;US) 

Davis, B.H., See Schindler, H.D., 15:1409 

Davis, G.R., Energy scenarios, 15:2770 (RA;US) 

Davis, J.A., Wasting of Nevada, 15:83 (J;US) 

Davis, J.E., Power marketing in the future, 15:2713 (BA;US) 

Davis, P.W., See Clements, K.A., 15:985 

Davis, T.D., Moving beyond marketing myopia, 15:1715 (BA;US) 
Test marketing, 15:2664 (R;US) 
SeeBlevins, R.P., 15:238 
SeeBoosalis, D., 15:2367 

Davis, T.G., Chernobyl: The aftermath: Ghost town serves as stark 
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Davis, W.K., New energy development, 15:2291 (RA;US) 
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Dawalibi, P.P., Analysis of electrical interference from power lines to 
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Daxiong, Qiu, Application of national energy demand model and 
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De Almeida, A.T., Residential cool storage, 15:700 (J;US) 

De Assis, S.M., See Falcao, D.M., 15:350 

De Crescenzo, V., Guidelines for waste management in Italy issued 
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de Grasse, R.V., Between the customer and the utility - demand- 
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Demand-side systems engineering, 15:2402 (RA;US) 

De La Rosa, F., Discussion about the inducing effects of lightning in 
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De Mello, P.P., Determination of synchronous machine stator and 
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De Oliveira, S.E.M., Modal dynamic equivalent for electric power 

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Modal dynamic equivalent for electric power systems. Part I, 
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de Planque, E.G., Environmental Measurements Laboratory: An- 
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de Voghel, L., Discussion on planning and DSM, 15:2086 (RA;US) 
Tariffs used for load management in Europe, 15:2088 (RA;US) 

de Vore, L., See Poggio, A.J., 15:111,1 5:2920 

Debnath, K., Some aspects of generating unit availability models, 
15:1514 (J;US) 

Decamps, P., See Detilleux, E., 15:1597 

Deconinck, J., See Zaccaie, H., 15:1607 

Dee, M., See McDonald, C., 15:974 

Degelman, L.O., Integrated daylighting, heating, and cooling model 
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Dehdashti, A.S., Dynamic voltage control by remote voltage regula- 
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Dehnel, M., A method for identifying weak nodes in nonconvergent 
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DelaRosa, P., Review of ground flash density measuring devices re- 
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Delayen, J.R., High-power RF applications of high-T/sub c/ super- 
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Delgado, S.J.V., Human-resource planning in the Venezuelan oil in- 
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Delia Valle, A.P., Short-run versus long-run marginal cost pricing, 
15:336 (J;GB) 

Delson, J.K., Spreadsheet approach to production costing, 15:3044 

(J;US) 

DelVecchlo, R.M., See Garg, V.K., 15:2125 

DeMeo, E.A., Photovoltaic power for electric utilities, 15:2740 (BA;US) 

Demlng, G.I., See Walker, D.H., 15:1280 

Denk, J., Perspectives on superpower summitry: a content analytic 

study of US and western European newspaper account of the 

October, 1 986 Reykjavik meeting between Ronald Reagan and 

Mikhail Gorbachev, 1 5:1 438 (D;US) 
Denning, M.A., Some effects of rate regulation of the electric-utility 

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Denzlnger, E., See Parker, B.J., 15:3061 
Derber, C., See Schwartz, W.A., 15:141 



Derby, B.M., Municipal solar utilities: community response to an in- 
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Deringer, J.J., See Brambley, M.R., 15:1123 

Dertsakian, A.K., International encyclopedic dictionary of the gas in- 
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DeSilva, H., See Adelman, M.A., 15:2325 

DeSimone, L.E., The strategic direction of the electric utility indus- 
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Desmond, J.F., Srnartlight: innovative marketing for energy efficient 
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Despotakls, K.A., See Fisher, A.C., 15:1548 

Detilleux, E., Belgium's radioactive waste management policy, 
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Deuel, L.E. Jr., Amendment to Louisiana Statewide Order 29-B sug- 
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Devarajan, S., See Benjamin, N.C., 15:965 

DeVaul, D., See Bartsch, C., 15:1340 

Devereux, M., British experience of taxing oil extraction, 15:2495 
(BA;GB) 

DeVine, K.D., See Mazzucchi, R.P., 15:158 

Di Sante, H., See Bozoki, B., 15:675 

Dials, G.E., Potential role for Colombia and Venezuela in Pacific 
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Diang, Y., SeeZhicheng, C., 15:1233 

Dianwu, Zhau, See Hanchen, Wang, 15:2797 

Dichirico, C., Reliability analysis of transmission lines with common 
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1 5:698 (J;US) 

Dick, B.E., See Loyd, R.J., 15:1927 

Dickmander, D.L., Analysis of dc harmonics using the three-pulse 
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15:1761 (J;US) 

Difiglio, C., Cost effectiveness of future fuel-economy improve- 
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Economic and security issues of methanol supply, 1 5:2287 (BA;US) 
Economic and security issues of methanol supply, 1 5:2728 (RA;US) 
Timing of methanol supply and demand: implications for alterna- 
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Dllling, D.A., See Neylan, A.J., 15:32 

Dllnot, A., Energy policy, merit goods, and social security, 15:2486 
(BA;GB) 

Dimling, R.A., Asbestos and the insurer as lender, employer, and 
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Dimmer, J.P., Availability improvement by minimizing repeat boiler 
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Dines, C., See Manzi, B., 15:326 

Dion M., See Ecker, L., 15:2262 

Dixon, J.A., Economic evaluation techniques for the environment, 
15:103 (B;US) 

Dixon, R.R., Proceedings: 1 987 conference on fossil plant cycling, 
15:973 (R;US) 

Djerassi, H., See Boschi, A., 15:1570 
See Rancillac, F., 15:1550 

Doane, M.J., Derivation of service values from surveys, 15:2048 
(RA;US) 

Dobson, P.H., Fire protection survey Pinellas Plant Largo, Florida, 
15:1348 (R;US) 

Dodd, H.M. Jr., The status of the vertical axis wind turbine research 
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Doering, O.C. Ill, Agriculture's energy agenda, 15:311 (J;US) 

Dokopoulos, P.S., See Bakirtzis, A.G., 15:1531 

Dolnick, E.M., Carbon monoxide safety shutoff, 15:2560 (J;US) 

Domingo, N. f See Turner, R.H., 15:1179 

Dommel, H.W., See Dehnel, M., 15:1756 

Donat, G., Biogas in France, 15:1073 (B;US) 

Donato, A., Strategy and progress in the treatment of LILW in Italy, 
15:1 602 (RA;US) 

Donnell, D., See Marienfeld, C.J., 15:1111 

Donovan, R.W., See Podolak, E.M. Jr., 15:33 

Doren, C.V., Pakistan, Congress, and the nonproliferation chal- 
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Dorian, J.P., Role of minerals in the economic development of 
China: 1949-2000, 15:1403 (D;US) 



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Dorman, M.E., Retention, detention, and overland flow for pollutant 
removal from highway stormwater runoff: interim guidelines for 
management measures. Final report, September 1985-June 
1987, 15:766 (R;US) 

Doshi, T., Singapore: Asia Pacific energy series: Country report, 
1 5:733 (R;US) 

Doty, P.M., Implications for conventional forces, 15:1542 (BA;US) 

Doudiet, J.T., Fuel management and financial results, 15:214 
(RA;US) 

Doudna, J.H., Application and implementation of fast valving and 
generator tripping schemes at Gerald Gentleman Station, 
15:683 (J;US) 

Douglas, J., Challenge of packaged cogeneration, 15:283 (J;US) 
Cleaning up with biotechnology, 15:259 (J;US) 

Douglass, E., See Levinson, J., 15:630 

Douville, J., See Malewski, R., 15:1025 

Dowd, B.E., See Pollard, S.M., 15:2161 

Dowd, J., See McNutt, B., 15:2731 

Dowd, R.M., Improving health-related risk assessments, 15:419 

(J;US) 
Superfund impasse, 15:82 (J;US) 

Dowlatabadl, H., Long-term utility planning: how significant is 
demand-side management, 15:2391 (RA;US) 

Downey, R.A., Simple calculation helps to assess E and D risk, 
1 5:2004 (J;US) 

Downing, J.K., SeeTaft, E.P., 15:29, 15:30 

Doyle, G., Prospects for Polish and Soviet coal exports, 15:2318 
(R;GB) 

Drake, D.D., See Enoch, H.G., 15:2411 

Dreher, D., See Sachs, MM, 15:2739 

Drewiske, D., See Fatnis, A.R., 15:540 

Drost, M.K., Review of second law analysis techniques applicable to 
the Energy Conversion and Utilization Technologies Thermal 
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Thermal energy storage for power generation, 15:1283 (R;US) 

Du, X.F., See Jibing, D., 15:1265 

Dub in, F.S., Reducing energy demand with community based sys- 
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(RA;US) 

Dubuc, C.E., United States v. Northeastern Pharmaceutical and 
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Duda, A.M., America's water quality - regional perspective: Ten- 
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Duda, J.W., Automatic meter reading: an important subset to 
demand-side management programs, 15:2410 (RA;US) 

Dudley, R.W., Reperforation of North Sea electric submersible 
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Duffy, T.J., See Daly, J.M., 15:1161 

Dufva, B., Physical protection philosophy and techniques in Swe- 
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Duggan, J., Leadership in the oil industry, 15:2021 (J;AT) 

Duggins, S.D., See Hanson, D., 15:2104 

Duleep, K.G., See Difiglio, C., 15:2598 

Duncan, M.R., See Billings, M.P., 15:169 

Dune, J J., See Stefano, M., 15:940 

Dunlop, G.S., Renewable resources in rural America, 15:262 (J;US) 

Dunn, LA., Nonproliferation: the next steps, 15:452 (J;US) 

DuPont, P., See Krause, F., 15:1969, 15:2136, 15:2137 

Duqum, J.N., See Chandran, R.R., 15:931 

Durbln, R.J., Ethanol: a home-grown answer to a host of problems, 
15:21 72 (J;US) 

Durda, J., See Norton, S., 15:768 

Durning, A.B., See Flavin, C., 15:81 

Durst, L.D., Social impact of hydrocarbon development on two 
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Dux, T.P., See Boomer, B.A., 15:1887 

Dwight, C.C., The Integral Fast Reactor concept: Today's hope for 
tomorrow's electrical energy needs, 15:2229 (R;US) 

Dyer, J., See Weigle, T.G., 15:289 

Dykas, W.P., SeeStanton, S.E., 15:3041 

Dykstra, D.P., See Kallio, M., 15:242 



Ebinger, C.D., Steps for quality control, field implementation, 

1 5:2006 (J;US) 

Ebinger, C.K., See Belgrave, R., 15:879 

Echevarria, A., First third party contract in Spain, 1 5:2282 (BA;GB) 
Ecker, L., Comparison study of energy savings methodologies, 

15:2262 (RA;US) 
Ecklund, E.E., Status of commercialization of alternative fuels for 

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See Stagliano, V.A., 15:2600 
Economides, M.J., See Stultz-Karim, S.P., 15:1659 
Edelstefn, J., Capitol hill perspective on environmental compliance 

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Eden, A., See Haberl, J., 15:1186 

Eden, R., Economic change and energy markets, 15:2487 (BA;GB) 
Efkin, D., Nuclear programs spur interest in energy conservation, 

15:1960 (J;US) 

Eggert, R.G., See Gocht, W., 15:955 
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Ehrenreich, S.B., Pacific region coal trade, 15:2963 (RA;US) 
Eikmeier, M., See Glamser, J.H., 15:1244 
Ellers, J.M., See Brakke, D.F., 15:381 
Eisner, N.A., See Baughman, M.L, 15:2941 
Ejebe, G.C., Fast contingency screening and evaluation for voltage 

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EI-Ashry, M.T., Water and the arid lands of the western United 

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EI-Hawary, M.E., Stochastic optimal load flow using Newton- 

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EI-Masri, M.A., GASCAN - An interactive code for thermal analysis 

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El-Sadek, M.Z., See Hammad, A.E., 15:3060 
El-Sedawi, I. P.M., Hierarchical control for electric-power systems, 

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EI-Toukhy, M.M.K., Study of the impact of the Egyptian petroleum 

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Eletti, G.F., See De Crescenzo, V., 15:1605 
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Eliot, W., See Pershall, R.B., 15:1558 
Elizalde, J.L., Marketing conservation or what? a residential sector 

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Elkington, J., Environmental implications, 15:2183 (B;US) 
Elklns, R.D., Short-term planning and forecasting for petroleum. 

Master's thesis, 15:490 (R;US) 
Ellerman, D.R., See Morlok, EX., 15:153 
Ellis, P.A., Future exploration and production restructuring calls for 

global strategy, 15:658 (J;US) 
Ellison, W., New retrofit air pollution control technologies in Europe, 

15:1234 (BA;US) 
Ellithy, K.A., Effect of load models on ac/dc system stability and 

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Emeigh, C.W., You, your facility and IAEA safeguards, 15:1154 (J;US) 
Emmel, I.E., Projection methodology for future state-level volatile or- 
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Final report, September 1983-September 1987, 15:53 (R;US) 
Emmet, P.A., Major new foreign exploration plays during 1983- 

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Endries, J.M., Electricity pricing: a new role for an old concept, 

15:2033 (RA;US) 

Engel, D.C., Attributes of simplicity in pricing, 15:2077 (RA;US) 
Engei, G., See Rebhun, M., 15:107 

Englert, J., RCRA experience at West Valley, 15:2505 (RA;US) 
English, M.R., Meeting the SARA 104 (k) requirement, 15:2501 

(RA;US) 
Enoch, H.G., Electric thermal storage and warm-room concept, 

15:2411 (RA;US) 

Entrlken, R., See Dantzig, G.B., 15:2665 
Eppolioto, P., Working systems from off-the-shelf components, 

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Erlckson, M.D., See Green, D.W., 15:1113 
"Eriksson, E.A., Coping with uncertainty: some approaches for 

strategic energy analysis, 15:2477 (BA;GB) 



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See Lundqvist, L, 15:2476 

Eriksson, J.T., Economic potential of applying HiTc superconduc- 
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Eschbach, E.A., PNL-BMI patenting and licensing highlights since 
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Esche, M., See Glamser, J.H., 15:1244 

Escure, H., Physical protection philosophy and techniques in 
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Esposlto, M.P., Decontamination techniques for buildings, struc- 
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Estey, D.P., Bidding conservation against cogeneration: the level 

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Water heater cycling - the modern approach, 15:2272 (RA;US) 

Etnier, E.L., Water quality criteria for hexahydro-I.S.S-trin'rtro-I.S.S- 
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Eto, J.H., Integrated analysis of demand-side programs, 15:1016 

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Modeling cogeneration systems with DOE-2.1C, 15:1318 (BA;US) 
Statistical indicators of potential for electric utility least-cost plan- 
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The regional energy and economic impacts of the National Appli- 
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Etter, C.L., Report on Colorado electric power options study: Phase 
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Eubanks, W.A., See Gadomski, C.R., 15:1654 

Euler, G.L., See Abbey, D.E., 15:2558 

Evans, J.S., Value of monitoring for radon in the home: a decision 
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Evans, J.W., Energy management system survey of architectures, 
15:1298 (J;US) 

Evans, M.J., SeeStoffle, R.W., 15:1337 

Evans, R.J., See Onischak, M., 15:2465 

Evans, W.D. Jr., See Dubuc, C.E., 15:1 863 

Evelyn, J.C., See Bentley, J.C., 15:1686 

Eyck, E.Q.T., Physical protection philosophy and techniques in the 
United States of America, 15:1 143 (J;US) 

Eyman, L.D., See Lehr, J.C., 15:1136 

Eyssa, Y.M., See Boom, R.W., 15:1043 



Faber, W., See Carre, H., 15:560 

Facchinl, U., See Rizzi, G., 15:3074 

Fadll, F.G., Monetary management in small oil-based economies: 
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Faere, R., Effect of environmental regulations on the efficiency of 
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Fagan, J., Exploring new dimensions in RTP, 15:2057 (RA;US) 

Pagan, M., See Podolak, P., 15:2732 

Falcao, D.M., Linear programming state estimation: Error analysis 
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Falconer, K., See Callaway, O., 15:2209 

Fan, M., See Aoki, K., 15:979 

Fannelop, T.K., See Loes, M., 15:509 

Farber, M.A., See Brusger, E.G., 15:2450 

Farghal, S.A., Generation expansion planning including the renew- 
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Farhar, B.C., Small business energy conservation programs: A liter- 
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Farinelll, U., New energy markets for agricultural industry (E.E.C. 
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Farley, P.J., How to negotiate a treaty, 15:454 (J;US) 

Farnell, S.K., Who owns the gas in coal? - A legal update, 15:932 
(BA;US) 

Farnsworth, P.W., Use of letter of credit backed commercial paper 
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Farnsworth, R.L., See Braden, J.B., 15:584 

Farrell, M.D., Putting R and D (research and development) results to 
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(R;US) 

Faruqui, A., Competitive marketing for electric utilities, 15:1716 
(BA;US) 



Faruquil, A., Comparison of time-of-use rate impacts, 15:2089 
(RA;US) 

Fassbender, L.L., See Blevins, R.P., 15:238 

Fat n is, A.R., Calculation of energy requirements for a paper ma- 
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Faucett, J.G., Changes in domestic demand for primary metals due 
to economic growth, technology change, and change in compo- 
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Fawcett, H., Hazardous and toxic materials, 15:1562 (B;US) 

Fawcett, J.H., Political economy of smog in southern California, 
15:1393 (D;US) 

Fawcett-Long, J., See Moore, C., 15:1976 

Faymon, K.A., See Brandhorst, H. Jr., 15:1058 

Fazio, A.G., Macroeconomic effects of energy supply and demand 
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Feates, F., Progress in industrial scale radioactive waste manage- 
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Fechner, J.B., Physical protection philosophy and techniques in the 
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Fee, D., C.E.C. initiatives in the development of energy efficient 

plant and processes, 15:1467 (BA;GB) 

Third party financing for energy savings. Proceedings of a seminar 
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Fee, D.A., Accelerating discrete energy efficiency investments 

through third party financing, 15:2494 (BA;GB) 
Accelerating discrete energy efficiency investments through third 
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Feindler, K.S., Acceptance and performance testing of the New Bal- 
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Design, performance and costs of an innovative 6.4-MW wood- 
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Feldman, D.L., Intergovernmental consultation and coordination and 
emergency response: The relationship between ICCB [Intergov- 
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[Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986] Title 
III in the US Army's Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program, 
1 5:759 (R;US) 

Pels, M., See Mills, E., 15:1792 

Feng, J., Coal combustion: Science and technology of industrial and 

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New achievements of science and technology of coal combustion 
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Feng, X., See Delson, J.K., 15:3044 

Ferguson, J.S., Decommissioning nuclear power plants: a case for 
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Ferrada, J.J., Hazardous-chemical waste management: develop- 
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Ferrari, G., SeeCapra, M., 15:1241 

Ferraro, R.J., Marketing challenges for power electronics, 15:2687 

(RA;US) 
See Hawsey, R.A., 15:1064 

Ferraro, V.D., Pilot test of the crushed-rock storage furnace: Vol- 
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Pilot test of the crushed-rock storage furnace: Volume 2, Ap- 
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Fesharaki, F., OPEC and lower oil prices: Impacts on production 
capacity, export refining, domestic demand and trade balances, 
15:1474 (R;US) 

Fichera, J.P., See Kerley, C.R., 15:555 

Fiddyment, R., See Jensen, V., 15:1702 

Fields, D.E., See Uslu, I., 15:2218 

Filacchione, G., See D'Angelo, E., 15:2974 

Filbln, G.J., See Knapp, C.M., 15:370 

Filipski, P.S., See Arseneau, R., 1 5:1 038 

Finch, W.I., Uranium resource assessment by the Geological Sur- 
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Fine, R., Selling energy efficiency to municipalities, 15:2276 (BA;US) 

Finkbeiner, C.T., Market share simulator demonstration, 15:2670 
(RA;US) 

Finney, J.J., See Kent, H.C., 15:906 



Flore 



Flore, J.J., Progress and problems in the Formerly Utilized Sites Re- 
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Firor, K., See Brown, Ml., 15:821 

Fischer, D.A.V., Challenge of nuclear safeguards, 15:140 (J;US) 

Fischi, R., See Mercede, F., 15:988 

Fish, R.W., Trends in western surface coal mine productivity, 
15:1 227 (BA;US) 

Fisher, A., Communicating risk under Title III of SARA: strategies for 
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Remedial actions and the need to communicate about risks, 
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Fisher, A.C., Energy taxes and economic performance. A regional 
general equilibrium analysis, 15:1548 (J;GB) 

Fisher, B.L., Start-up of Archer Daniels Midland Company's circulat- 
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Fisher, P.W., SARA title III, section 313 - looking ahead, 15:1882 
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Fisher, R., See Fox, D.G., 15:1375 

Fisher, W.S., See Collins, B.L., 15:2948 

Fishlock, D., Rights and rights of nuclear energy, 15:620 (J;GB) 

Fitzgerald, K., Faults at Savannah River, 15:2298 (J;US) 

Fltzharris, P.A., Technology update - 89, 15:2225 (R;US) 
Technology Update-88, 15:606 (R;US) 

Fltzpatrick, C., See Farhar, B.C., 15:1171 

Fiaim, S.J., See Gaines, L.L., 15:1805 

Fiaim, T., Forecasting and validating participation rates over time, 

15:1 684 (RA;US) 
Innovative pricing: do benefits outweigh costs?, 15:2052 (RA;US) 

Fiaim, T.A., See Kirsch, L.D., 15:525 

Flanagan, G.F., Risk associated with the demilitarization of the 

United States chemical weapons stockpile, 15:1552 (R;US) 
Risk associated with the demilitarization of the United States 
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Flanagan, S.J., Nonprovocative and civilian-based defenses, 
1 5:2238 (BA;US) 

Platen, D.L., Distribution system losses calculated by percent load- 
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Flater, D.A., See Montgomery, J.M., 15:2800 

Flavin, C., Energy efficiency, 15:81 (J;US) 
Nuclear power's burdened future, 15:128 (J;US) 

Flax, A.H., The impact of new technologies and noncentral systems 
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Fleming, K.R., Ontario hydro and rural electrification in old Ontario, 
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Fleming, W.S., See Landsberg, D.R., 15:2438 

Flom, E., Trends in demand for petrochemicals, 15:2965 (RA;US) 

Florig, H.K., Management options for power-frequency fields, 
15:1 855 (J;US) 

Flory, J., Market utility planning primer, 15:2682 (RA;US) 
See Jacobson, M., 15:665 

Flowerree, C.C., Elimination of chemical weapons: is agreement in 
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Floyd, W., Production of energy carriers in agriculture - a chance to 
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Fluck, R.C., See Mishoe, J.W., 15:1807 

Flynn, C.P., Council on materials science, 15:1907 (RA;US) 

Fohey, J., See Bozoki, B., 15:675 

Fomby, T.B., Texas in transition: dependence on oil and the na- 
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Fong, C.C., Bulk system reliability - measurement and indices, 

1 5:3034 (J;US) 

Reliability evaluation of sub-transmission networks with capacity 
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Ford, A., See Bull, M., 15:2351 

Ford, D.G., See Mock, J.E., 15:2733 

Foresman, T.W., Geographic tools for hazardous-waste sites: map- 
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Forsyth, C., Direct mail marketing of electric savings time a residen- 
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Forsyth, P., Economic implications of North Sea oil revenues, 
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Fortin, R., Canadian experience in third party financing - maturing 
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Fortson, N.H., See Rizy, D.T., 15:1709 

Foss, B., User experience with on-line predictive river flow regula- 
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Foss, S.D., Effect of variability in weather conditions on conductor 
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Foster, R.J., Potentially critical materials. Open File report, 15:433 
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Fowler, N.V., See Nielsen, E.K., 15:1738 

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Fracastoro, G.V., Energy audits of urban building complexes: 
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Fralze, W., See Flanagan, G.F., 15:1552 

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Franco, P.J., The installation restoration program: Three years of 
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Frank, J.A., Employment-generating projects for the energy and min- 
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Franks, C.B., See Ness, J.C., 15:361 

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Frazler, M., See Abbott, J.R., 15:676 

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15:1839 (BA;US) 
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Freeman, D., See Biemer, J., 15:333 

Freeman, E., See Berry, L, 15:149 

Freeman, H.M., US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) 

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US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) waste-minimization 
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Freeman, M.A., For presentation at the Oct. 1987 frontiers of power 
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Frerlchs, W.W., Characterization of Non-RCRA (Resource Recov- 
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the new change outlook of energy supply-demand and prob- 
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Energy saving in Japan's industry. Its transition and prospect, 
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Goldln 



Fujimoto, Y., Operation of an on-line substation diagnosis system, 
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Fulkerson, W., International impacts of global climate change: Tes- 
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Gaba, G., Comparative analysis and study of the dynamic stability of 
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Gadomski, C.R., Educational opportunity in depressed economic 
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Gage, J.B., New house: an evaluation of a utility-sponsored new 
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Gaggioli, R.A., Second law efficiency and costing analysis of a total 
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Galanos, G.D., See Hatziantoniu, C., 15:1041 

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Gandhi, N., Understanding and estimating industrial energy use for 
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Ganor, M., Unit reliability measures for power plants facing partial 
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Garaplc, N.V., See Gross, G., 15:1305 

Garcia, A.A., See Bhatnager, R., 15:692 

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Garrett, B.A., Market success: it's who you know that counts, 
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Garrett, G.P., Like Ancient Mariner, utilities face difficult seas, 
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Garthoff, R.L., History confirms the traditional meaning, 1 5:456 (J;US) 

Garwin, R., Blueprint for radical weapons cuts, 15:124 (J;US) 

Gasklll, C.E., See Kelly, J., 15:2111 

Gates, S.D., See Eto, J.H., 15:1318 

Gathy, B.D., See Krause, R.A., 15:556 

Gaunt, J., See Numark, N.J., 15:1604 

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Gehrlng, B., See Vig, K., 15:2446 

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Genung, R.K., Overview of the Chemical Technology Division, Oak 
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Marketing interruptible rates to commercial and industrial cus- 
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Gerwig, K.L., See Anderson, S.M., 15:1453 

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Geselbracht, J., See Isaacson, R., 15:1808 

Geyer, R.G., See Bilanin, A.J., 15:185 

Ghiya, N., See Stewart, R.P., 15:2707 

Ghoudjehbaklou, H., Optimum electric utility spot price determina- 
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Optimum electric utility spot price determinations for small power 
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Giannakopoulos, G., A fast and flexible method for transient simu- 
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15:1571 (RA;US) 

Gibbs, M.J., See Under, K.P., 15:669, 15:1281 

Gibson, C.A., See Winston, W.E., 15:688 

Gibson, D.E.,The United States natural gas industry, 15:938 (B;US) 

Gibson, G.L., See Ferraro, V.D., 15:666, 15:667 

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Giese, R.F., See Johnson, L.R., 15:812 
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Glllam, N., Australian energy resources: 1987 review, 15:321 (J;AU) 

Gillette, G.L., See Collins, B.L., 15:2948 

Gillette, J.L., Regional application of natural-gas-fired combined- 
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Glllis, M., See Repetto, R., 15:1576 

Gilliusson, R., See Johnson, T., 15:1945 

Gillman, R.A., Experiences with a large load research project in the 
Pacific Northwest: ELCAP [End-Use Load and Consumer As- 
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Graphical spreadsheets: a tool for demand side management 
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Glim ore, R.B., To be or not to be a consultant, 15:1 655 (BA;US) 

Gilpln, H., See White, J.E., 15:756 

Gittus, J., Nuclear power is green power, 15:836 (J;GB) 

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Gocht, W., International mineral economics, 15:955 (B;US) 

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Goett, A.A., Effects of voluntary TOU rates on revenues, 1 5:2070 
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Golay, M., See Hansen, K., 15:2251 

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Goldfarb, L.K., Market research: a tool to increase customer accep- 
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Goldish 



Goldish, L.H., Market potential of ground-source heat pumps, 
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Goldman, C., Least-cost planning in the utility sector: Progress and 

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Review of the demand-side management plans of four New York 

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Goldman, C.A., See Greely, K.M., 15:146, 15:1048 

Goldsmith, D.G., See Andrews, C.L., 15:363 

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Gonzalez, J., See Levinson, J., 15:630 

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Goodrich, J.A., Environmental regulation: its impact on infrastruc- 
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Goodwin, D.J., See Blaser, W.L., 15:1556 

Goodwin, L.M., The impact of the Tax Reform Act of 1 986 on the 
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Gorbaty, M.L., See Schindler, H.D., 15:1409 

Gotel, D.G., Application of monitoring and targeting to energy man- 
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Gould, M.S., Out of the mechanical room and into the workplace, 
1 5:2275 (BA;US) 

Gowen, M., See Leach, G., 15:2614 

Graczyk, D.G., See Green, D.W., 15:1 113 

Grady, W.M., See Lu, Q.C., 15:1729 

Graham, J.D., See Evans, J.S., 15:1881 

Graham, R.D., Technical review of coal supply contracts, 15:961 
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Grainger, JJ., See Civanlar, S., 15:706 

Grametbauer, G.L., Instrumentation Technical Program Manage- 
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Granger, C., Look at FORECAST MASTER, 15:2667 (RA;US) 

Gransell, H., Development of and outlook for cogeneration in the 
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Grantley, R.C., PEPCO'S approach to implementing a demand side 
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Grasty, M., See Jacobson, M., 15:665 

Graves, F.C., See Read, J., 15:1690 

Gray, B.F., Energy consumption and economic evaluation of ther- 
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Gray, J.E., US-Japan energy policy considerations for the 1990s: A 
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Graybeal, S.N., Limitations of on-site inspection, 15:451 (J;US) 

Grayman, W.M., Modeling distribution-system water quality: dy- 
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Grecchl, M., Energy conservation in Italian building systems: re- 
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Greely, K., See Bass, J., 15:1786 
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See Ritschard, R., 15:145 

Greely, K.M., Determinants of measured energy consumption in 

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Determinants of measured energy consumption in public housing, 
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Green, D.W., Analytical Chemistry Laboratory: Progress report for 
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Green, David, Energy efficiency - promoting action in the North 
East, 15:1465 (BA;GB) 



Greenbaum, M.A., Overview of DOE's fossil energy international 

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Greene, D.L., See Difiglio, C., 15:2598 

SeeMcNutt, B., 15:2613 
Gregg, G., See Bhatnager, R., 15:692 
Greiss, H., Transient analysis of heat dissipation due to a HVDC 

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Griffin, G.A., Nuclear winter and nuclear policy: implications for US 

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Griffin, J.M., Utility needs assessment for industrial data, 15:2365 

(RA;US) 

Griffioen, P.S., See Brinkman, J.J., 15:580 
Griffith, J.E., See Anderson, N.G., 15:1006 
Grigg, C.H., See Fong, C.C., 15:3063 
Griiiches, Z., R D and productivity: measurement issues and 

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Grimmett, T.T., Optimization of offshore field development to mini- 
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Grinned, G.E., Ethanol fuel: the policy issues, 15:2168 (J;US) 
Groot, S., See Brinkman, J.J., 15:580 
Gross, G., The mixture of normals approximation technique for 

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Gross, J.O., See Schneider, D.L., 15:1165 
Gross, L.S., Modeling the role of natural resources in the economy: 

an extended materials-balance approach, 15:1401 (D;US) 
Gross!, G., See Donato, A., 15:1602 
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(J;US) 

Grubb, M., The inclusion of dynamic factors in statistical power sys- 
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The inclusion of dynamic factors in statistical power system cost 

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Gruell, B.J., See Kennedy, W.O., 15:1037 
Grundler, C., EPA perspective on federal facility agreements, 

15:21 87 (RA;US) 

Gudnundsson, T., See Hammons, T.J., 15:3028 
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Guinn, G.R., The use of detailed simulation for the study of the fea- 
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Gujar, A.R., Exploration of nearshore placers off Konkan Coast, 

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Gunard, K.T., Water resources data for Minnesota, water year 1 986. 

Volume 1 . Great Lakes and Souris-Red rainy river basins. 

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Water resources data for Minnesota, water year 1986. Volume 2. 

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Gunderson, R.O., See Fong, C.C., 15:3034 
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Gurule, F., SeeTrocki, L., 15:479 
Gustafson, M.W., Approximating the system losses equation, 

15:3030 (J;US) 
Operational losses savings attributable to load management, 

15:1740 (J;US) 

The equivalent hours loss factor revisited, 15:994 (J;US) 
Transmission loss evaluation for electric systems, 15:686 (J;US) 
Gustavson, Exploration is on the rebound, 15:1221 (J;US) 

Potential curbed by lack of funds, 15:1662 (J;US) 
Gustavson, J.B., Risk analysis in hydrocarbon appraisals, 15:2319 

(BA;US) 

Guthrie, S.A., See Serot, D.E., 15:1990 
Guthrie, S.J., See Scott, M.J., 15:588 
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Gutman, R., Application of line loadability concepts to operating 

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Gyftopoulos, E.P., See Hansen, K., 15:2251 
Gyurcsovlcs, L, SeeToemoery, T., 15:1781 



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H 

Haas, S.M., TAGtrade mark Technical Assessment Guide: Volume 2, 
Electricity end use: Part 2, Commercial electricity use, 1988, 
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Haberl, J., An overview of 3-D graphical analysis using DOE-2 

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Haberl, J.S., An expert system for building energy consumption 
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Hackam, R., See Hamouda, R.M., 15:3032 
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Hackett, G.D., See Napier, J.M., 15:2573 

Haddow, G., See Laun, J., 15:1696 

Hadley, D.L., Environmental assessment in support of proposed vol- 
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Hageman, R.C., Hanford, threshold of an era: a facsimile report, 
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Haggerty, K.P., See Mortensen, R.E., 15:528 

Hagmann, W., A spread spectrum communication system for load 
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Hairtes, R.C., Environmental contamination, 15:1110 (BA;US) 

Hajek, G., See Stubbs, J., 15:13 

Hakkarinen, C., See Peterson, D.C. Jr., 15:31 

Hale, D., Rising oil price is worrisome for interest rates in 1988, 
15:16(J;US) 

Hale, O.K., See Gotel, D.G., 15:1332 

Hall, A.J., How price linkage ties world oil markets, 15:1214 (J;US) 

Hall, B., See Welfonder, E., 15:1721 

Hall, J.D., SeeBrambley, M.R., 15:1123 

Hall, J.F., Economic evaluation of dynamic thermal rating by adap- 
tive forecasting, 15:677 (J;US) 

Hall, M.R., Environmental auditing, 15:1251 (B;US) 

Hall, R.W., See Benz, G.P., 15:860 

Hallberg, B., See Larsson, C., 15:1019 

Hallenbeck, W.H., See Blaser, W.L, 15:1556 

Halsnes, O., See Oftedal, T.A., 15:2158 

Halverson, P., See Whittlesey, N., 15:432 

Hamant, L.J., See Bhatnager, R., 15:692 

Hamblin, D., Industrial end-use planning methodology (INDEPTH), 
15:2671 (RA;US) 

Hamilton, J., See Whittlesey, N., 15:432 

Hamm, G.L., Marketing quality differentiated power, 15:3031 (J;US) 

Hammad, A.E., Prevention of transient voltage instabilities due to in- 
duction motor loads by static VAR compensators, 1 5:3060 (J;US) 

Hammam, M.S.A.A., See Kazibwe, W.E., 15:1289 

Hammer, Fleming, District heating and combined heat and power - 
a major contributor to energy conservation in Denmark, 15:1446 
(BA;GB) 

Hammond, E., Competition in electricity supply: has the Energy Act 
failed?, 15:2470 (BA;GB) 

Hammond, G.A., U.S. department of energy safeguards research 
and development program and the brookhaven national labora- 
tory technical support organization role, 15:2934 (J;US) 

Hammons, T.J., Feasibility of Iceland/United Kingdom HVDC sub- 
marine cable link, 15:3028 (J;US) 

Hamouda, R.M., Torsional oscillations of series capacitor compen- 
sated AC/DC systems, 15:3032 (J;US) 

Hamplll, H.G., Hazardous and mixed waste management at UM- 
TRA sites, 15:2794 (RA;US) 

Han, K.W., See Kang, K.Y., 15:1074 

Hanchen, Wang, Air pollution control and energy use in China, 
1 5:2797 (RA; US) 

Hancher, C.M., See Napier, J.M., 15:2573 

Hanft, R., See Strait, J., 15:1925 

Hanlsch, J.L., See Wolff, G.T., 15:85 

Hannett, L.N., See De Mello, P.P., 15:993 

Hannon, B., Advanced Utility Simulation Model, Energy, and Em- 
ployment Impacts Module (Version 1 .0). Final report, September 
1982-August 1983, 15:671 (R;US) 

Hanny, D., System and material specifications for an advanced gas- 
distribution system. Task 2. Ddentification and evaluation of 



future gas customers. Topical report, December 1987-June 

1988, 15:652 (R;US) 
Hanover, J.W., See Miller, R.O., 15:1996 
Hansen, D., Monitoring power system stability, 15:2104 (J;US) 
Hansen, D.P., Strategies to meet increased competition, 15:2046 

(RA;US) 

Hansen, K., Making nuclear power work, 15:2251 (J;US) 
Hansen, S.J., Performance contracting in large schools systems, 

15:721 (BA;US) 

Hanser, P., Cost-based pricing in the United States, 1 5:2090 (RA;US) 
Introduction: demand-side management a fundamental part of 

utility planning, 15:2079 (RA;US) 

New dimensions in marginal cost concepts, 15:2034 (RA;US) 
The third annual EPRI-CRIEPI conference: Proceedings, 15:1674 

(R;US) 

See LeBlanc, W., 15:2432 
See Smith, W.M., 15:2681 

Hanson, D.A., Advanced Utility Simulation Model (AUSM): State- 
level projections of required electrical generation and sources of 

supply, 15:736 (R;US) 
See Boyd, G.A., 15:233 
Hanson, G.T., See Brooks, M.J., 15:1338 
Hanson, M.L., See Grametbauer, G.L, 15:778 
Haque, M.H., An efficient method of identifying coherent generators 

using Taylor series expansion, 15:684 (J;US) 
Haraldsen, O.S., Oil and gas policy and prospects to 2005 - Nor- 
way, 15:491 (RA;CA) 
Hardman, D.J., See Bull, AT., 15:425 
Hardy, E.P. Jr., Seede Planque, E.G., 15:277 
Hardy, W.A., See Stockwell, A., 15:1248 
Harker, P.T., See Morlok, E.K., 15:153 
Harkreader, S.A., See Scott, M.J., 15:1092 
Harley, R.G., See Makram, E.B., 15:1795 
Harmon, D.L., See Hummel, K.E., 15:57 
Harmon, G.F., Strategic planning atTVA, 15:215 (RA;US) 
Harmon, R.J., See Krause, R.A., 15:556 
Harmon, R.W., See Rackliffe, G.B., 15:1539 
Harper, S.R., Comparison of upflow, downflow, and downflow- 

recycle packed-bed reactors for anaerobic pretreatment of 

poultry processing wastewater, 15:1897 (BA;US) 
Harrell, J.B., Development of techniques for the use of trees in the 

reclamation of phosphate lands. Final report, 15:1572 (R;US) 
Harrer, C.D., An integrated approach to commercialization and R and 

D planning with emphasis on Japanese methods, 15:824 (BA;US) 
Harris, J., Technology assessment: Electronic office equipment: 

Revision, 15:2138 (R;US) 
See Norford, L.K., 15:1775 
See Vine, E., 15:288, 15:1169, 15:1170, 15:2475 
Harris, J.M., Environmental limits to growth in world agriculture, 

15:2897 (D;US) 

Harris, J.P., See Vine, E.L., 15:2264 
Harris, L.R., Analysis of energy audit programs to determine the 

most effective audit procedures, 15:2440 (RA;US) 
Harrison, F.D., Evaluation of the public-transportation network: dif- 
fusion of innovative transit practices. Final report, January 

1 983-December 1985, 15:469 (R;US) 
Harshbarger, C.L., SeeStoffle, R.W., 15:1337 
Hartana, R.K., See Richards, G.G., 15:1720 
Hartel, W., See Jensen, V., 15:1702 
Hartigan, H., See Dorman, M.E., 15:766 
Haruki, H., Development of a lightning current waveform measuring 

system for SOOkV overhead transmission lines, 15:2725 (J;US) 
Harward, E.D., Federal radiation protection regulations: An industry 

viewpoint, 1 5:489 (BA;US) 
Hasan, A., Optimal use of dual heating for load management, 

15:1 044 (J;US) 

Hasenwinkle, I.O., SeeBozoki, B., 15:675 
Hashemi, N., See Love, D.J., 15:1947 
Hashimoto, H., Market and investment analysis of the minerals and 

metals industry, 15:791 (B;US) 
Hashimoto, Takaaki, District heating in Europe and US, 15:2940 

(J;JP;ln Japanese) 
Haslam, J., Soviets take fresh look at Western Europe, 1 5:1 22 (J;US) 



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Hassan 



Hassan, A.A., Depletion theory of exhaustible resources: a case 
study of Saudi Arabia, 15:1 112 (D;GB) 

Hatanaka, Yoshlkl, Saudi Arabia's oil policy, 15:559 (J;JP;ln Japan- 
ese) 

Hatfield, B., See Vine, E., 15:1950 

Hatsukade, Yoshlro, Oil policy of Saudi Arabia and world oil mar- 
ket, 15:354 (R;JP; In Japanese) 

Mattery, G., See Hanny, D., 15:652 

Mattery, G.R., See Lipinsky, E.S., 15:650 

Hatziantoniu, C. f An incremental transformer model for the study of 
harmonic overvoltages in weak AC/DC systems, 15:1041 (J;US) 

Haug, J.E., See Foss, B., 15:3054 

Mauser, S.G., Large-scale field measurements of electrical energy 

consumption, 15:227 (R;US) 
SeeGillman, R.A., 15:2099 

Hausman, J.A., See Schick, I.C., 15:690 

Hauth, J., See Moore, C., 15:1976 

Hautman, N., Response of the US EPA (Environmental Protection 
Agency) region 5 states to the nonpoint source reporting 
requirements of the 1987 Clean Water Act amendments. Tech- 
nical report, 15:2806 (R;US) 

Hawkins, N.C., See Evans, J.S., 15:1881 

Hawkins, S.A., Building and energy-management systems: a user 
guide, 15:1623 (R;US) 

Hawsey, R.A., Wind as a renewable energy resource, 15:1 064 (R;US) 

Hay, J., See Buchanan, S., 15:1741 

Hayashi, T., Competitiveness of deregulated bulk-power markets, 
1 5:1520 (D;US) 

Hayden, P., See Heisler, S.L., 1 5:574 

Hays, B.D., See Hays, S.P., 15:99 

Hays, S.P., Beauty, health, and permanence: environmental politics 
in the United States, 1955-1985, 15:99 (B;GB) 

He, K., See Zheng, H., 15:544 

Heacock, F.A. Jr., 110-MW CFBC at Colorado-UTE Nucla plant, 
15:713 (BA;US) 

Headworth, C., See Manzi, B., 15:326 

Heal, D., Disturbing thought for OPEC in one, uncomplicated graph, 
15:201 6 (J;GB) 

Heather, D.I., See Caldwell, R.H., 15:2326 

Hebson, J.D., See Bhavaraju, M.P., 15:3038 

Heckrodt, W.F., Close-spaced short-rotation poplar production us- 
ing paper mill sludge as mulch, 15:2143 (BA;US) 

Hedberg, J.D., See Emmet, P.A., 15:660 

Hedden, R.E., Modular small-scale cogenerators, 15:2593 (J;US) 

Heftner, G.C., The use of load and billing data to design cost-based 
agricultural rates, 15:1742 (J;US) 

Hegner, R., See Norton, S., 15:768 

Heidenreich, P., Waste processing, 15:1 128 (J;US) 

Heln, K.R.G., Research into operational problems of low calorie coal 
combustion, 15:927 (BA;US) 

Helnrlch, R.R., See Green, D.W., 15:1113 

Heisler, S.L., Interim emissions inventory for regional air quality 
studies, 1 5:574 (R;US) 

Held, K., SeeZirps, N.A., 15:2784 

Heller, R.J., Energy services - a win-win situation, 15:2618 (BA;US) 

Helm, D., Electricity supply in Europe: lessons for the UK, 15:2704 

(BA;GB) 

Market for energy, 15:2482 (B;GB) 
SeeDilnot, A., 15:2486 
See Hammond, E., 15:2470 

Helm, Dieter, Privatisation of the electricity supply industry, 15:1308 
(B;GB) 

Henderson, J.E., Repair, Evaluation, Maintenance, and Rehabilita- 
tion Research Program. Compliance requirements for 
environmental laws applicable to REMR activities. Final report, 
1 5:566 (R;US) 

Hendren, C.B., Decommissioning nuclear power plants: a case for 
external funding, 15:132 (J;US) 

Hendren, J., See Jensen, V., 15:1702, 15:2695, 15:2696 

Hendrlckson, B., See Poggio, A.J., 15:111 

Hendriks, R.V., Status of EPA's LIMB demonstration program at 
Ohio Edison's Edgewater Unrt4, 15:712 (BA;US) 

Hendry, D.P., See Poggio, A.J., 15:111, 15:1127, 15:2920 



Heneman, B., Persistent marine debris in the North Sea, Northwest 
Atlantic Ocean, Wider Caribbean Area, and the West Coast of 
Baja California. Final report, 1 5:401 (R;US) 

Henn, D.S., See Lewellen, W.S., 1 5:245 

Henneforth, J.C., Cogeneration on a large scale, 15:1172 (J;US) 

Henney, A., Role of public service commissions in facilitating the de- 
velopment of combined heat and power generation in the US, 
15:2588 (BA;GB) 

Hens ley, W.F., Overview of the site safeguards and security plan- 
ning process, 15:2296 (R;US) 

Herbert, J.H., Weather, the estimation of residential energy demand 
relationships and the reporting of data, 15:304 (J;GB) 

Herbst, E., See Reinicke, K.M., 15:3016 

Herman, P.T., See Miller, G.H., 15:642 

Hermann, O.W., See Kelmers, A.D., 15:875 

Hernandez de Lope, J.M., Community legislation (to January 
1988), 15:878 (J;ES;ln Spanish) 

Hernandez, N., See Silva, P.V., 15:937 

Herndon, R.C., Production and management of small-quantity- 
generator hazardous waste in Florida, 15:760 (R;US) 

Herrera, J.I., Reduction and power losses in transmission and distri- 
bution systems, 1 5:331 (R;US) 

Herriges, J., Marketing rates that enhance net revenue, 15:2068 
(RA;US) 

Herriges, J.A., See Caves, D.W., 15:983, 15:1693, 15:2069, 
15:2679, 15:3018 

Herrouin, G., A manganese nodule industrial venture would be prof- 
itable, 1 5:2568 (BA;US) 

Hertzberg, R.C., See Lutkenhoff, S.D., 15:56 

Hess, J.H., See Gunard, K.T., 15:1573, 15:1574 

Hewlett, J., See Cantor, R., 15:1938 

Heydarl, A., See Ruderman, H., 15:147 

Heydt, G.T., Identification of harmonic sources by a state estimation 
technique, 15:1295 (J;US) 

Hicks, E., See Kilmarx, M., 15:2449 

Hicks, E.G., Comparison of two utility conservation incentives for 
commercial and industrial customers, 15:2263 (RA;US) 

Hlew, K.L., Optimization algorithms for large-scale rnuttireservoir hy- 
dropower systems, 15:2460 (D;US) 

Higglnson, M.P., Efficiency of British urban-bus operation and fi- 
nancing, 15:1468 (D;GB) 

Hlgley, K.A., Use of a Monte Carlo modeling approach for evaluat- 
ing risk and environmental compliance, 1 5:2787 (RA;US) 

Hlier, E.A., Advanced concepts in biomass production and biological 
pretreatment. Annual report, April 1987-March 1988, 15:727 
(R;US) 

Hill, D.S., See Barrie, D., 15:3039 

Hill, E.F., See Wu, R.N., 15:3051 

Hill, L.J., [Energy sector issues in Korea, Seoul, Korea, July 30- 
August 11,1 989]: Foreign trip report, 1 5:2743 (R;US) 

Hill, P.C., Federalism and the surface-water program. Technical re- 
port, 15:281 2 (R;US) 

Hill, R.H., See Larson, C.E., 15:598 

HHIs, A.L., Project financing issues in the future competitive bid 
world, 15:261 9 (BA;US) 

HHIsman, E.L., See Jones, D.W., 15:11 

Hindmarsh, E., Heat pumps in complex heat and power systems: 
Final report, 15:1443 (R;US) 

Hinds, W.T., Research issues: A prospectus for agroforestry, 
15:2566 (R;US) 

Hinesly, T.D., See Skelton, L.W., 15:1896 

Hinkle, B.K., See Steigelmann, W.H., 15:2937 
See Steigelmann, W.J., 15:2439 

Hipius, J.J., See Kirsch, L.D., 15:525 

Hirschberg, J.G., See Fomby, T.B., 15:1814 

Hirschfeld, T.J., Arms control in Europe... and now the Conven- 
tional Stability Talks, 15:3 (J;SE) 

Hirst, E., A nonalgorithmic review of uncertainty in electric-utility re- 
source planning and decision making, 15:1277 (R;US) 
Benefits and costs of small, short-lead-time power plants and 
demand-site programs in an era of load-growth uncertainty, 
15:1634 (R;US) 

Conservation programs can cut load-growth uncertainty for elec- 
tric utilities, 15:534 (R;US) 



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Defining appropriate roles for electric utilities in demand-side man- 
agement: A summary of workshop issues, 15:332 (R;US) 
Effects of energy-efficiency programs on load-growth uncertainty 

for electric utilities, 15:162 (R;US) 
Electric-utility demand-side programs: Resources for the 1990s, 

15:1 668 (R;US) 
Electric-utility energy-efficiency and load-management programs: 

Resources for the 1990s, 15:2692 (R;US) 
Evaluating energy-efficiency programs: A personal view of 

progress and potential, 1 5:2221 (R;US) 
Household energy conservation: a review of the federal residential 

conservation service, 15:478 (J;US) 
Integrated resource planning: a view from the trenches, 15:1680 

(RA;US) 

Meeting future electricity needs, 15:21 15 (J;US) 
Uncertainty in long-term resource planning for electric utilities, 

1 5:2392 (RA; US) 
Uncertainty in long-term resource planning for electric utilities, 

15:1 282 (R;US) 

See Berry, L, 15:1471, 15:2693 
See Goldman, C., 15:2098 
Ho, L, See McCarthy, J.M., 15:23 
Hoagland, S.H., See Miller, A.S., 15:1080 
Hoare, M.C., The growing world LP-gas supply, 15:2650 (J;US) 
Hoch, L.J., See Camp, W.A., 15:2353 

See Steigelmann, W.J., 15:2439 
Hockert, J.W., See Hunt, J.S., 15:1155 
Hodgkin, J.E., See Abbey, D.E., 15:2558 
Hoenig, M.ML, See Cochran, T.B., 15:1935 
Hoffman, M., See McRae, M, 15:2400 
Hoffman, M.G., Getting to yes with residential bill disaggregation, 

1 5:2403 (RA; US) 

Practical lessons from the direct installation of high efficiency re- 
frigerators in low income households, 15:2412 (RA;US) 
Statewide least-cost planning an inventory-based approach to 

program design, 15:2448 (RA;US) 
Hoffman, S., Australia: Asia Pacific Energy Series: Country report, 

15:732 (R;US) 
Philippines: Asia Pacific energy series: Country report, 15:739 

(R;US) 

Hogan, T., Projections of regional fuel-oil and natural gas prices. Fi- 
nal report, May-September 1986, 15:867 (R;US) 
Hogan, T.C., See Lerner, M.O., 15:186 
Hogan, W.W., Oil tariff policy, 15:953 (J;US) 
Holland, S.I., See Hawkins, S.A., 15:1623 
Holloway, C.C., See Eley, M.H., 15:2463 

Hollowed, G.T., Pulse combustion technology for commercial appli- 
cations, 15:823 (BA;US) 
Holm, P.L., See Aulich, T.R., 15:913 
Holmes, C.D., Status of US coal, 15:2302 (RA;US) 
Holmes, J., See McNutt, B., 15:2731 

Holmes, M.J., Role of input prices in the process of material substitu- 
tion: the case for a more disaggregated approach, 15:1901 (J;US) 
Holsten, R.M. Jr., Fuel choices beyond the year 2000, 15:1231 

(BA;US) 

Holt, G., See Bull, AT., 15:425 
Holtberg, P.O., 1988 GRI baseline projection of US energy supply 

and demand to 2010, 15:1191 (R;US) 
Hong, S.P., See Ziolkowski, L.W., 15:898, 15:899 
Hongfan, C., See Von Gonten, W.D., 15:1238 
Hooper, R., See Mohitpour, M., 15:1549 
Hoover, G.D., Key issues in industrial cogeneration development, 

15:845 (BA;US) 
Hope, G.S., See Cheng, S.J., 15:997 

See Malik, O.P., 15:1304 

Horn, M.D., Arms races and the international system, 15:347 (D;US) 
Home, T.E., Department of Energy hazardous waste remedial ac- 
tions program: Quality assurance program, 15:22 (R;US) 
Horner Kuper, J.B., See Rowe, M.S., 15:1578 
Horton, L.L., Research of new materials, 15:113 (J;US) 
Horwedel, B.M., See Biasing, T.J., 15:758 

Horwlch, G., Oil sharing and policy coordination: The implications 
for developing countries, 15:492 (R;US) 



Horwitz, P.S., Examination of the importance of decision-choice cri- 
teria in the industrial purchase of occupational health programs, 
15:11 06 (D;US) 

Hoshide, R.K., Where are my energy savings, 15:2611 (BA;US) 
Hostetler, D.D., See Brambley, M.R., 15:1123 
Houlberg, L, Environmental Regulatory Update Table, April 1989, 

15:1554 (R;US) 
Environmental Regulatory Update Table, November 1988, 15:578 

(R;US) 
Environmental Regulatory Update Table, December 1988, 15:757 

(R;US) 
Environmental Regulatory Update Table, February 1989, 15:1349 

(R;US) 
Environmental regulatory update table, March 1989, 15:1350 

(R;US) 
Houlberg, L.M., Environmental Regulatory Update Table, May 1989, 

15:1824 (R;US) 
Environmental Regulatory Update Table, June 1989, 15:2512 

(R;US) 
Environmental Regulatory Update Table, July 1989, 15:2513 (R;US) 

Houston, W., Role of an ESCO [energy service company], 15:2279 
(BA;GB) 

Hovsenius, G., Comparative economic analysis of composting, bio- 
logical gasification and mass burning of municipal solid waste, 
15:1811 (BA;US) 

Howard, C.D., See Harrer, C.D., 15:824 

Howell, R.H., Energy requirements for closed loop storage heat 
pump systems with different internal loads for various geo- 
graphic locations, 15:1180 (BA;US) 

Hrebar, M.J., See Fish, R.W., 15:1227 

Hrelnsson, E.B., Optimal short term operation of a purely hydro- 
electric system, 15:691 (J;US) 

Hsleh, D.P.H., See Reed, N.R., 15:386 

Hsu, Y., Probabilistic transient stability studies using the conditional 
probability approach, 15:995 (J;US) 

Hsu, Y.Y., Adaptive control of a synchronous machine using the 

auto-searching method, 15:1003 (J;US) 

Application of power system stabilizers and static VAR compen- 
sators on a longitudinal power system, 15:1005 (J;US) 
Oscillatory stability considerations in transmission expansion plan- 
ning, 15:3057 (J;US) 

Hu, P.S., See Ternes, M.P., 15:272 

Hu, Z., Research on characteristics of Hua-yi sulphur dioxide sor- 
bent for fluidized-bed combustion, 15:924 (BA;US) 

Hualbing, Lu, China's oil sector, 15:2768 (RA;US) 

Huang, C.T., See Hsu, Y.Y., 15:3057 

Huang, G., See Cen, K., 15:808 

Huang, J.Y.C., Management functions for effective controls of 
ground-water contamination. Technical completion report, 
15:2534 (R;US) 

Huang, P.M., See Hsu, Y.Y., 15:3057 

Huang, X., See Boom, R.W., 15:1043 

Hubert, W., See Raley, C., 15:788, 15:789 

Hudson, R.C., Status of conversion of NE standards to national con- 
sensus standards, 15:833 (R;US) 
See Jennings, S.D., 15:2924 

Hufflngton, D., See Lash, T.R., 15:2214 

Hufschmidt, M.M., See Dixon, J.A., 15:103 

Hugglns, N.J., Financing opportunities for small- and medium-size 
oil and gas companies, 15:2332 (BA;US) 

Hughes, D.R. Sr., See Montgomery, J.M., 15:2800 

Hughes, E.E., EPRI [Electric Power Research Institute] wellhead 
power system projects, 15:2736 (RA;US) 

Hughes, N., True experiment in utility commercial lighting marketing, 
15:2384 (RA;US) 

Hummel, K.E., Implications of the Montreal Protocol for atmospheric 
emissions of alternative chemicals. Report for January-March 
1988, 15:57(R;US) 

Hummel, P.E., Design and use of the indepth equipment model for 
market planning and forecasting, 15:2437 (RA;US) 

Hunn, B.D., Energy analysis of multifamily housing rehabilitation 

measures, 15:348 (R;US) 
See Silver, S.C., 15:349 



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Hunt, O.K., Looking down the road: the environmental side of the 
1990s and beyond, 15:1197 (BAjUS) 

Hunt, E., See Ebinger, C.D., 15:2006 

Hunt, J.S., Protection planning and risk management at Lawrence 
Livermore National Laboratory, 15:1 155 (J;US) 

Huntington, H.G., The impact of sectoral shifts in the industrial sec- 
tor on energy demands. 15:1053 (BA;US) 
See Kononov, Yu D., 15:740 

Huntington, P.B., Management skills and attitudes of principals to- 
ward energy utilization, 15:1470 (D;US) 

Huss, W.R., Building an integrated resource planning process from 
a traditional supply planning function: the Montana-Dakota ex- 
perience, 15:2265 (RA;US) 

Uniform approach to commercial data collection for DSM planning 
by Ohio utilities, 15:2404 (RA;US) 

Hussaln, I., Production of biomass for energy generation, 15:1327 
(BA;US) 

Hutton, S., Fuel poverty as an outcome measure: a comparative 
study of energy policies in Norway and the United Kingdom, 
15:1343 (BA;GB) 

Hyman, L.S., Planning for electric utilities, 15:2116 (J;US) 



I 

Ibrahim, H.R., Lead-acid battery industry in Malaysia, 15:1618 (J;US) 

Ifestos, P, Nuclear strategy and European security dilemmas, 
1 5:2932 (B;US) 

Ignelzi, P.C., International workshop on innovative DSM [demand- 
side management] techniques: Proceedings, 15:1675 (R;US) 

Ikirta, T., Summation of the conference in Hawaii as viewed from the 
Japanese side, 15:2293 (RA;US) 

llarl, 0., See Bertini, A., 15:1606 

Imece, A.F., Performance of utility-interconnected photovoltaic sys- 
tems, 15:1522 (D;US) 

Imparato, C.F., See Papalexopoulos, A.D., 15:1755, 15:2723 

Imre, L., Arguments for the Governmental support of utilization of re- 
newable energy sources, 15:1783 (BA;GB) 
SeeToemoery, T., 15:1781 

Indusl, J.P., Recent and future TSO directions, 15:2936 (J;US) 

Inglls, M.R., Hourly electric load model (HELM) (RP-1955): model 

overview and transfer, 1 5:2684 (RA;US) 
See Under, K.P., 15:669, 15:1281 

Innes, R.W., Strategic fuel planning at San Diego Gas and Electric 
Company, 15:216 (RA;US) 

Iravanl, M.R., Coupling phenomenon of torsional modes, 15:3036 

(J;US) 

Effect of energy and voltage ratings of ZnO protective systems of 
series capacitors on transient stability and transient torques, 
1 5:1707 (B;US) 
SeeHamouda, R.M., 15:3032 

Irlsarrl, G.D., See Kirschen, D.S., 15:1813 

Irving, E., See Chase, S., 15:594 

Isaacson, R., RefCoM, 15:1808 (BA;US) 

Isaak, D., See Fesharaki. F., 15:1474 

Isaksen, L., See Haas, S.M., 15:276 

Ishil, R.K., See Ferraro, V.D., 15:666, 15:667 

Ishimaru, J.M., See Benz, G.P., 15:860 

Iskander, W.H., Evaluation of the spare-ratio concept in the man- 
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Israelsson, S., See Larsson, C., 15:1019 

Issacson, H.R., See Biljetina, R., 15:2163 

Hoh, M., See Aoki, K., 15:705 

Ivanovich, M.G., Flexible renewable energy data acquisition facility 
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Iveson, R., Bulk power contracts: valuing reliability, 15:1 700 (RA;US) 

Iwasakl, Tetsuya, Saudi Arabia (5). Political economics of its devel- 
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Jabbour, K., ALFA: Automated load forecasting assistant, 15:520 
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Jabur, F.A.N., Oil economy of Iraq: structure and development ex- 
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Jackson, M.A., See Greely, K.M., 15:146 

Jackson, R., See Hannon, B., 15:671 

Jackson, W.D., International development of MHD electrical power 
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Jackups, R.R., A two-year assessment of the computerized 
operational-planning program at Cincinnati Gas and Electric 
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Jacobs, D.G., The role of risk assessment in environmental pro- 
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Jacobs, L, See Limaye, D.R., 15:282 

Jacobs, S., Municipal waste-to-energy marketplace to exceed $20 
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Jacobsen, S.E., See Baird, P.W., 15:849 

Jacobson, C.D., Water works, electric utilities, and cable television: 
Contrasting historical patterns of ownership and regulation, 
15:2779 (D;US) 

Jacobson, M., A guide to annual marketing planning: Final report, 

15:665 (R;US) 

Annual marketing planning: the bridge from the strategic to the 
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Jaffa, K., See Abbott, J.R., 15:676 

Jajrl, I.E., Impact of petroleum prices on the natural rubber industry, 
15:1095 (D;US) 

Jaleeli, N., See VanSlyck, L.S., 15:1538 

James, P., See Cope, D.R., 15:1516 

Jamleson, C.A., See Maas, R.P., 15:254 

Jang, S.L., Productivity growth and technical change in the US 
semiconductor, computer and telecommunications equipment 
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Janlschwewsky, W., See Chisholm, W.A., 15:1770 

Jansen, W.J.L., Special issue: electricity distribution in the Nether- 
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Jaraiedi, M., See Iskander, W.H., 15:1952 

Jaske, M.R., An evaluation of alternative load measurement frame- 
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Comparison criteria for use in long-run resource planning, 15:697 
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Jayaraman, S., Priyagni, 15:2159 (BA;US) 

Jeffress, R., Bringing electrotechnologies to industry, 15:2689 
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Jeffries, C.N., Size of manufacturing establishments, economies of 
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Jenkins, A., Evaluation retest on a hospital-refuse incinerator at 
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Jenkins, G., Island economics and world energy costs, 15:564 
(BA;GB) 

Jenkins, L., Scheduling of generation in deficit power systems, 
15:1306 (J;US) 

Jenkins, N., British electricity industry: which way to go?, 15:223 

(J;US) 

Energy shortcuts take time, 15:207 (J;US) 
When heat is compressible: large-scale uses of heat pumps re- 
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Jenne, E.A., See Smith, R.W., 15:589 

Jennings, S.D., Conversion of NE [nuclear energy] standards to na- 
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Jensen, V., Illinois statewide electric utility plan. Volume 2. Analysis 

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Illinois statewide electric utility plan. Volume 3. Appendix- 
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Illinois statewide electric-utility plan. Volume 1. Executive sum- 
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Jerrell, J.W., Critical span analysis of overhead conductors, 
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Jervan, H., See Borg, A., 15:2480 

Jeune, A., Third party financing for energy efficiency investments in 
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Jewell, W.T., A study of dispersed photovoltaic generation on the PSO 
(Public Service Company of Oklahoma) system, 15:1068 (J;US) 



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Jha, K., See Reichert, C., 15:503 

Jia, Yunzhen, A review of China's coal export potential through her 

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Jiacheng, Wang, Energy use in Chinese industry, 15:2945 (RA;US) 
Jibing, D., The situation of the coal industry in the People's Republic 

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Johannes, The Indonesian coal program until the year 2000, 

15:1200 (R;US) 

Johansson, R., See Hovsenius, G., 15:181 1 
John, S.F., See Skelton, L.W., 15:1896 
John, V.I., SeeTamby, J.P., 15:1032 
Johnson, B.K., HVDC models used in stability studies, 15:1762 

(J;US) 
Johnson, C.A., See Gray, B.F., 15:1173 

See Richmond, C.R., 1 5:1 121 
Johnson, D.A., The technology and cost of producing trig lyce ride 

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Johnson, D.G., See Zimmerman, D.J., 15:762 
Johnson, D.J., Evolution of US military space doctrine: precedents, 

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Johnson, F., See Dorman, M.E., 15:766 
Johnson, G.B., Prediction of electric field and ion density of HVDC 

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The electrical environment of HVDC transmission lines, 15:1312 

(BA;US) 
Johnson, K.F., Electric alternatives to cogeneration, 15:2686 

(RA;US) 

Johnson, L.R., Maglev, 15:812 (BA;US) 
Johnson, ML, See O'Neill, M.L, 15:2268 
Johnson, N.P., See Anastos, G.J., 15:1386 
Johnson, O.D., See Murphy, M.J., 15:2949 
Johnson, R.A., See Baldi, R.W., 15:814 
Johnson, R.B.I., A tunable integration method for the simulation of 

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Improved simulation techniques for power system dynamics, 

15:981 (J;US) 
Johnson, R.R., Energy conservation as an appropriate technology, 

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Johnson, T., A new steam engine cogeneration system using forest 

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The impacts of inadequate electricity supply in developing coun- 
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Photovoltaics as an operating energy system, 15:220 (R;US) 
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Jones, L, Best demonstrated and available technology (BOAT) 

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Jones, P.O., See Warrick, R.A., 15:1857 
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Jones, R.F., See Levy, M.E., 15:266 
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Joseph, S.D., Developing a local capacity to plan and implement 

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Joumard, R., See Georgiades, Y., 15:643 
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Joyner, P.A., See Goldish, L.H., 15:2688 
Judkins, R.R., Advanced research and technology development 

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Junker, J., New source of finance for investments in energy sav- 
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Jurewitz, J.L., Utilities' view of transmission access, pricing, and sit- 
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Kagawa.T., Future of the world's automobile industry, 15:1544 (J;US) 

Kahane, A., Planning under competition: the challenge for electric 
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Kahn, A.E., Innovative pricing of electricity, 15:2031 (RA;US) 

Kahn, E., Structural evolution of the electric utility industry, 15:2094 

(R;US) 

Validating marginal cost estimates, 15:2042 (RA;US) 
Welfare and efficiency benefits of all sources bidding, 15:2095 

(R;US) 

SeeCommes, G.A., 15:980 
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Kahn, E.P., See Eto, J.H., 15:1016 
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Kaier, U., Third party financing from the engineer's point of view in 
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Kainlauri, E.G., See Nelson, R.M., 15:1163 

Kaiper, G.V., See Poggio, A.J., 15:2920 

Kakizawa, K., Comments on coal and related issues, 15:2630 
(RA;US) 

Kallett, R.H., Projected cost-effectiveness of alternative residential 
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Kallio, M., The global forest sector: An analytical perspective, 
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Kalyvas, Phoebus, Rnancing investment in energy efficiency from 
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Kammerud, R., See Vine, E., 15:1950 

Kandarjian, L., Federal policy options for indoor air pollution from 
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Kane, G.J., Exchange of futures for physicals offers several hedging 
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Kane, J.S., An emerging role for the National Laboratories in Materi- 
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Kane, S., Ethanol and US agriculture. Agriculture information bul- 
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Kane, S.M., Economics of ethanol production in the United States, 
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Kang, K.Y., Promotion of solar energy in Taiwan, 15:1074 (BA;GB) 

Kang, Wu, See Johnson, T., 15:731 

Kannan, V., See Peet, W.J., 15:929 

Kannard, J.R., Remedial action progress by the U.S. Department of 
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Karamouz, M., Water forum '86: World water in evolution, Volume 
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Karlan, J., Know nukes, 15:852 (B;US) 

Kartachak, T., See Flanagan, G.F., 15:1552 

Karvelas, D.E., See Stavrou, J., 15:1477 

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Kass, R., Evaluation of energy information administration form EIA- 
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Katoh, J., See Haruki, H., 15:2725 

Katzman, M.T., Rural areas electrification (Latin America), 
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The value of marginal analysis in electric power system opera- 
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Kaufmann, R.K., Higher oil prices: Can OPEC raise prices by cut- 
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Kavatza, S.D., See Contaxis, G.C., 15:2122 

Kawakami, J., See Kokai, Y., 15:998 

Kawase, T., Designing and developing batteries for tomorrow's vehi- 
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Kawther, E.H., Outflow of foreign direct investments from the Middle 
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See Helm, D., 15:2482 

Kay, W.D., But the birds will lose their wonder: US policy and tech- 
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Kaya, Y., Electric power system planning under time-of-use rates, 
1 5:3040 (J;US) 

Kaye, RJ., A theory of electricity tariff design for optimal operation 
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Kaynor, E.R., Municipal ground-water contamination in Massachu- 
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Kazfbwe, W.E., Summation of probabilistic harmonic vectors, 
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Kazimi, M.S., Thermal limits for passive safety of fusion reactors, 

15:1 568 (J;US) 
See Barnett, D.S., 15:1567 

Keane, D.M., Voluntary residential time-of-use rates, 15:1711 (B;US) 
Voluntary residential time-of-use rates. Lessons learned from Pa- 
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Kearley, J., See Heidenreich, P., 15:1128 

Kearns, J., See Workman, D.M., 15:328 

Keeny, S.M., The impact of defenses on offensive reduction 
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Keierleber, D.P., Electricity - raw material, 15:2072 (RA;US) 

Keith, WJ., Mineral resources of the Little High Rock Canyon 
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Kellas, G.K., End of field life economics in the North Sea, 15:330 
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Kelteher, C.M., Alliance issues, 15:1593 (BA;US) 

Kelley, W.R., See VanSlyck, L.S., 15:1538 

Kelly, J., Measuring utility performance, 15:211 1 (J;US) 

Kelly, J.F., See Fouda, S.A., 15:914 

Kelmers, A.D., Identification and evaluation of radionuclide genera- 
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Kelsey, C.A., See Mettler, F.A., 15:430 

Kemp, A.G., See Kellas, G.K., 15:330 

Kempf, C.R., A mechanistic model for leaching from low-level ra- 
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Kempgen, M., SeeReinicke, K.M., 15:3016 

Kennedy, D., See Hannon, B., 15:671 

Kennedy, J.P., Real-time refinery optimization, 15:2009 (J;US) 

Kennedy, L., The battle of Brandywine, 15:121 8 (J;US) 

Kennedy, W.O., Five years experience with a new method of field 
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Kenny, G., See Heidenreich, P., 15:1128 

Kent, H.C., Natural gas resource data base for the United States 
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Keppeler, J.G., Qualifying facilities and their effect on generation 

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Qualifying facilities and their effect on generation planning, 15:984 
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Kerley, C.R., Issues and options for achieving national security in 
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Socioeconomic assessment of the proposed inactivation of the 5th 
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Kern, E.G. Jr., Cloud effects on distributed photovoltaic generation, 
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Kern, G.A., See Kern, E.C. Jr., 15:2467 

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Kersteter, S.L., Guidance for the preparation of quality-assurance 
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Kertamus, NJ., See Larson, L.E., 15:1804 

Kessler, J.C., a state department perspective on IAEA safeguards, 
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Ketoff, A., See Sathaye, J., 15:1633 



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Ketselldes, M.A., See Bakirtzis, A.G., 15:1531 
Kezunovic, M., Microprocessor applications to substation control 

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Khan, A.H., See Reed, J.H., 15:1088 
Khater, A.M.R., Management of stream-aquifer systems, 15:1899 

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Khayat, A., See Valais, M., 15:1262 
Khin, J.A., It's starting to warm up out here, 15:1666 (J;US) 
Khosla, N., See Haas, S.M., 15:276 
Khosla, N.K., See Blevins, R.P., 15:238 
Khrlsanphov, V.P., See Zhouchenko, I.A., 15:936 
Kiker, C.F., See Mishoe, J.W., 15:1807 
Kilmartin, R.F., Hydropower planning in Developing Countries, 

15:532 (J;US) 
Kilmarx, M., Rhode Island least cost planning project - a model for 

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Kim, B.J., Conceptual basis for a hazardous-waste component of 

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Kim, K.J., Optimal long term transmission expansion planning 

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Kim, Y., See Singh, C., 15:547 
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Kimmel, W.J., Innovative financing for future petroleum industry re- 
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Klmmy, E.R., See Baldi, R.W., 15:814 
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King, S.E., Guidelines for Hanford Site implementation of the Na- 
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Oil, coal, and related issues, 15:2300 (RA;US) 
Kfngsbury, D.T., Balancing regulatory control, scientific knowledge, 

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15:2430 (RA;US) 

Kirchhoff, R., See Knoblauch, K., 15:922 
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Kirsch, F.W., Energy management assistance for small and 

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EADCs' services, 1987-1988, 15:857 (R;US) 
Kirsch, L.D., Customer outage costs: their role in system planning 

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Developing marginal costs for real-time pricing, 15:525 (J;US) 
Kirschen, D.S., Controlling power systems during emergencies, 

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Kirton, D., Transition from school to work in the Durham coalfield, 

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Chief Office of Mining Study and Design, 15:779 (J;PL;ln Polish) 



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Knable, S.M., Cost drivers affecting gas-fired prepackaged cogener- 
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Knapp, C.M., Maryland long-term stream-chemistry monitoring pro- 
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Knapp, E., See Levinson, J., 15:630 

Knapp, R.B., See Yow, J.L. Jr., 15:2624 

Knaster, A.S., The use of alternative dispute resolution in resolving 
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Knight, R.A., SeeOnischak, M., 15:2465 

Knoblauch, K., Further development of fluidized-bed combustion by 
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Knudson, C.L., See Aulich, T.R., 15:913 

Knudson, R., See Clark, R., 15:168 

Ko, C.D., See Thomas, D.E., 15:1297 

Kobro, H., Circulating fluidized bed as a biofuel combustor, 15:1 944 
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Kocsis, K., Activities in research and demonstrations of FAO/CNRE 
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Koehler, J.E., See Nielsen, E.K., 15:1738 

Koehn, M.F., SeeAdelman, MA, 15:2325 

Koeturius, C., See Chester, T., 15:514 

Kohl, W.L., US energy policy since 1973, 15:2772 (RA;US) 

Kohler, D.F., Role of energy in irrigated agriculture in Niger, 15:480 
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Kojima, Y., Development of a guidance method for power system 
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Kokal, Y., Multiprocessor based generator module for a real-time 
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Kolbe, L., Integrated value-based planning: A look at the issues, 
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Kolp, P., See Brown, G., 15:357, 15:358, 15:359 

Kolstad, C.D., See Wolak, F.A., 15:2024 

Koncinski, W. Jr., Technology applications bulletins: Number one, 
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Kononov, Yu D., The effects of changes in the economic structure 
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Konopka, A.E., SeeTurco, R.F., 15:47 

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Koomey, J., See Ruderman, H., 15:147 

Koomey, J.G., Innovative incentives to reduce externalities in power 

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Kopainsky, J., See Brand, K.P., 15:1039 

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KorpijarvS, J., See Eriksson, J.T., 15:2498 

Korres, G.N., See Contaxis, G.C., 15:1014 

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Kostrzewa, L.J., Packaged cogeneration, 15:143 (J;US) 

Koutsandreas, J.D., SeeHemdon, R.C., 15:760 

Kraft, R., See Jensen, V., 15:2695, 15:2696 

Krajnovich, L., SeeChu, D., 15:1448 

Kramlich, J.C., See McCarthy, J.M., 15:23 

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Krantz, M.G., See Kirsch, L.D., 15:525 

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Krastman, D., SeeCugini, A.V., 15:911 

Krause, F., Analysis of Michigan's demand-side electricity resources 
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Analysis of Michigan's demand-side electricity resources in the 
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1 5:2136 (R;US) 

Analysis of Michigan's demand-side electricity resources in the 
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Krause, R.A., Financing for the future: changing roles in mass tran- 
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Krauss, R., See Anderson, N.G., 15:1006 

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Kreider, J.F., See Ivanovich, M.G., 15:2147 

Kreith, F., See West, R.E., 15:1345 

Kreitler, G., See McDonald, C., 15:974 

Kreitler, V., See Prahl, R., 15:2369 

Kreitler, V.L., Influencing professionals in the commercial new con- 
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Krenelka, T.C., Methanol Bus Program data analysis report. Interim 
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Krepon, M., See Graybeal, S.N., 15:451 

Krishnamurthi, M., See Ramar, K., 15:1045 

Krueger, G., See Adiarte, A.L, 15:2358 

Kruger, P., 1987 EPRI survey of geothermal electric utilities, 
15:2735 (RA;US) 

Kruse, C.W., See Schindler, H.D., 15:1409 

Kruse, K.L., Uppdrag 2000: developing the future, 15:2381 (RA;US) 

Kuchnir, M., See Strait, J., 15:1925 

Kuhn, T.R., US electricity outlook: ensuring the future of electricity's 
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Kullk, D.M., See Larsen, C.E., 15:598 
SeeTysdal, R.G., 15:597 

Kumar, A., See Malik, O.P., 15:1304 

Kumar, J., Restructuring of natural gas markets by regulations and 
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Kumar, S., Adequacy equivalents in composite power system evalu- 
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Adequacy evaluation of a small area in a large composite power 
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Kun Gazda, L., See Toemoery, T., 15:1781 

Kupperman, R.H., Achieving mutual deterrence with active de- 
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Kuroki, T.E., The internationalization of Japan, 15:2922 (J;US) 

Kurstedt, H.A. Jr., Research and development of methods and 
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Kuruganty, P.R.S., A reliability cost-benefit analysis for HVDC 
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Kuryla, M.L., California's Proposition 65 and the chemical hazard 
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Kusik, C.L., Capacity vulnerability indicators for strategic and critical 
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Industrial utilization of natural gas, 15:943 (B;US) 

Kuuskraa, V.A., The replacement costs of domestic crude oil and 
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Kuz'minov, V.A., Energy problems of the 21st century, 15:2018 
(J;US) 



LaBarge, R.R., A programmatic approach to achieving data quality 
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LaBella, J.W., Searching for solutions for territorial disputes, 
15:2109 (J;US) 

LaBelle, S., SeeTeotia, A., 15:737 

Labie, C., See Jeune, A., 15:1955 

Labiosa, J., See April, R., 15:774 

Labys, W.C., See Kim, B.C., 15:303 

Lacalli, R., Fueling our transportation engines after the petroleum is 
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LaFontalne, H., Construction of a simplified wood gas generator for 
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15:1778 (R;US) 

Emergency use of simple inexpensive gasifiers for farms, machin- 
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Lagace, P.J., SeeGreiss, H., 15:1760 



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Lago-Gonzalez, A., See Singh, C., 15:1744 

Lagonotte, P., Structural analysis of the electrical system, 15:2127 
(J;US) 

LaHart, D.E., Energizing the middle school curriculum, 15:2149 

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Technology transfer in action, 15:2150 (BA;US) 

Lai, H., See Zheng, H., 15:544 

Lai, J.S., See Lawler, J.S., 15:1294 
SeeMonteen, L.D., 15:1712 

Lakey, L.T., See Schneider, K.J., 15:834 

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Lambou, V.W., SeeHerndon, R.C., 15:760 

Lamm, M., See Strait, J., 15:1925 

LaMontagne, J., Least-cost options? generalizations from the em- 
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See Abel, F., 15:284 

Lampe, J.A., See Carlson, R.L., 15:2803 

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Landers, D.H., SeeBrakke, D.F., 15:381 

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Landsberg, D.R., Energy management information and implemen- 
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Landsbergen, D., See Jabbour, K., 15:520 

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Langston, M.E., Environmental Sciences Division: Environmental 

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SeeHoulberg, L, 15:578, 15:757, 15:1349, 15:1350, 15:1554 
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Larsen, J.W., See Schindler, H.D., 15:1409 

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Larsson, G., Discussion on planning and pricing, 15:2092 (RA;US) 

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Lash, T.R., Progress in siting a new low-level radioactive waste dis- 
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Latham, J.R., See Bozoki, B., 15:675 
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Latlmer, J., See Bhatnager, R., 15:692 

Lauby, M.G., Evaluation of a local DC load flow screening method 

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Laughlin, A.W., See Van Eeckhout, E., 15:1894 

Laun, J., Pricing - the marketing facilitator, 15:1696 (RA;US) 

Lavallee, L., See Malewski, R., 15:1025 

Lave, L.B., Sensible energy policy does not include a variable im- 
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Toxic chemicals, health, and the environment, 15:100 (B;US) 

Laverty, J.A., Mobile home weatherization research project: Final 
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Lawler, J.S., Impact of automation on the reliability of the Athens 

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See Monteen, L.D., 15:1712 
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Lawless, E.W., Risk-assessment methodology for hazardous-waste 
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Lawson, R., Coal as guardian of America's society: a policy of US 
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Lawion, H., See Bertini, A., 15:1606 

Lazzarl, A., Ocean energy and aquaculture, 15:3078 (J;IT;ln Italian) 



Le Blanc, W.J., Customer attitudes regarding electric outage costs 
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Le Surf, J.E., Implications of possible reduction in radiation expo- 
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Le, A.H., See Lindsey, N., 15:1105 

Leach, G., Household energy handbook: an interim guide and refer- 
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Leahy, P.J., Toward a national biotechnology policy, 15:416 (J;LJS) 

Leahy, W.M., NU's energy alliance implementation of integrated de- 
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LeBaron, B.A., Wood stove use in the end-use load and consumer 
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LeBlanc, B., Alternative rate design in the United States, 15:2087 
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LeBlanc, M., See Kane, S., 15:1502 

LeBlanc, W., Bidding methods, evaluation, and tactics, 15*2377 

(RA;US) 

Practical applications of real-time pricing concepts: the dispatch- 
able demand rate, 15:2432 (RA;US) 
Pricing electric power and services in a dynamic marketplace 

1 5:2030 (RA;US) 

Pricing innovation and latent technology development: the chicken 
and egg syndrome, 15:2059 (RA;US) 

LeBlanc, W.J., Customer attitudes regarding electric outage costs 

and back-up generation, 15:2406 (RA;US) 
Development and implementation of an agricultural load manage- 
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Development and implementation of an agricultural load manage- 
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SeeScheer, R.M., 15:2420 

Lechel, D.J., See Matthews, M.L., 15:2570 

Ledbetter, G.H., Used oil and its regulation in the United States. 
Master's thesis, 15:2781 (R;US) 

Lederer, B.A., Bus-maintenance analysis study. Final report, 15:292 
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Lederer, C.C., Computer-assisted control for municipal water sys- 
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Lee, A.G., See Haas, S.M., 15:276 

Lee, F.N., A fuel-constrained unit commitment method, 15:3062 

(J;US) 

A new multi-area production costing method, 15:529 (J;US) 
Short-term thermal unit commitment - A new method, 15:1302 
(J;US) 

Lee, J.H., Financing hazardous-waste risks in Wisconsin, 15:1392 
(D;US) 

Lee, J.Y., Technology strategies and the choice of mode in foreigr 
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Lee, K.C., See Poon, K.P., 15:1000 

Lee, K.L., Refinery heat integration using pinch technology, 15:194< 
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Lee, L.K., See Piper, S., 15:2832 

Lee, R.E., A method and its application to evaluate automated dislri 

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See Rackliffe, G.B., 15:1539 

Lee, S.J., See Liu, C.C., 15:1766 

Lee, S.T., Dynamic and inherent benefits of energy storage, 15:105 
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Lee, T.H., See Wu, R.N., 15:3051 

Lee, Y.C., See David, A.K., 15:3047 

Leemann, J.E., Hazardous waste minimization: part V. Waste mir 
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Lefebvre, S., SeeGaba, G., 15:523 

Lefevre, J., Nuclear waste management in France, 1 5:1 601 (RA;U! 

Lefleur, R., See Reichert, C., 15:503 

Leger, E.H., Superinsulated homes, 15:1965 (J;US) 

Legler, J.A., Regulations may dictate smaller route trucks, 15:141 
(J;US) 

Lehman, J., Valuing oilfield investments using option pricing theoi 
15:2333(BA;US) 

Lehman, W.B., See Hensley, W.F., 15:2296 



Long 



Lehr, J.C., Department of Energy Defense Programs Environmental 

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Overview of the Department of Energy defense programs environ- 
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Lelby, P.N., See Cantor, R.A., 15:2795 

Leigh, I.W., International nuclear cycle fact book: Revision 9, 
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Leivo, C.C., See Glamser, J.H., 15:1244 

Lele, S., See Sathaye, J., 15:1633 

Lemasle, J.M., Steam-oxygen gasification of wood in a fluid-bed re- 
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Lemmon, W.W., See Barcelo, W.R., 15:1012 

Lemons, R.A., Fuel cells in transportation, 15:1581 (RA;US) 

Lenoble, J.P., See Herrouin, G., 15:2568 

Lenz, U., Coprocessing - The hydrogenation of lignite together with 
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Leone, R.A., Utility competitive assessment methods: Volume 1 : Is- 
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Leonhard, J.H., See Leone, R.A., 15:161 

Leontief, W., See Koo, J.C.M., 15:263 

Leost, J.Y., See Lagonotte, P., 15:2127 

Lerch, R.E., Environmental assessment for Breeder Reprocessing 
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Lerner, M.O., Outlook for natural gas in the industrial sector. Topical 
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LeSaout, V., See Back, H., 15:1739 

Lesch, K.H., Demand-side management in Austria and Germany: 
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Lester, R., See Hansen, K., 15:2251 

Leung, C.M., Modeling and control of a greenhouse energy man- 
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Levin, M.H., State and federal air toxics developments: disclosure 
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Levine, M., See Cairns, E.J., 15:1536 

Levine, M.B., A brief summary of the proposed National Contin- 
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Levine, M.D., Energy use in buildings: The US experience and 

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SeeEto, J.H., 15:1951 
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Levinson, H.S., Characteristics of urban transportation demand: an 
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Levinson, J., Subway-tunnel energy study. Final report, 1985-1988, 
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Levinson, T.M., Overview of the U.S. Dept. of Energy's Innovative 
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Levy, M.E., An agenda for cooperative R and D in advanced, 

energy-efficient housing, 15:266 (R;US) 
See McQuiston, F.C., 15:471 

Lew, G., See Jenkins, A., 15:389 

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Lewellen, W.S., A hierarchy of dynamic plume models incorporating 
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Lewis, L., Future directions in radiation protection in nuclear power 
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Li, X.R., A practical mathematical model of corona for calculation of 
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Liangdong, Zhu, Present and future status of China's energy, 

1 5:2964 (RA;US) 
The reform of energy planning in China, 15:2771 (RA;US) 

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World petroleum outlook for the early 1990's, 15:1259 (B;US) 

Lichtman, S., DOE groundwater protection strategy, 15:2192 
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Liebert, R.J., Participation in a household hazardous-waste collec- 
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Ligon, D.R., Mergers and acquisitions of downstream facilities by 
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Limaye, D.R., Congeneration and utilities: Status and prospects: Fi- 
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Demand-side management audit: improving the estimates of DSM 

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Developing optimum incentive levels for DSM programs using a 

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Understanding customer decisions, 15:17^4 (BA;US) 

Lin, C.J., See Hsu, Y.Y., 15:3057 

Lin, J., See Marti, J.R., 15:1752 

Lin, S.H., See Foss, S.D., 15:1020 

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Lindahl, P.O., See Green, D.W., 15:1113 

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Linden, H.R., Electrification of energy supply - An essay on its his- 
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Linden, M., See Glass, J., 15:1647 

Linder, K.P., Potential impacts of climate change on electric utilities. 

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Potential impacts of climate change on electric utilities: Final re- 
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Lindquist, P.S., Traffic zones reconsidered: a geographical 
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See Beimborn, E.A., 15:2601 

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Lindsey, N., Stibine removal from lead-acid (Pb-Sb) battery, 
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Linn, J.J., Energy management programs for large commercial and 
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Llnr, E., See Reinicke, K.M., 15:3016 

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(J;US) 

Lips, J.E., See Boeren, E.G., 15:1994 

Lirette, R., See Parkhill, T., 15:2019 

Litchfield, J., Northwest strategies for least-cost planning, 15:2118 
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Litchney, T.C., See Lincoln, J.F.L, 15:2157 

Littlechlld, S., Energy privatisation, 15:1977 (R;GB) 

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Liu, C.S., See Hsu, Y.Y., 15:1005 

Liu, D.D.S., See Chase, J.D., 15:915 

Liu, W.H.E., See Wu, F.F., 15:1733 

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15:509 (B;US) 

Loferski, J.J., See Sabula, G.D., 15:2146 

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Market discount factors for fully developed declining production, 
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15:1334 (BA;GB) 

Long, N., See Chase, S., 15:594 



Longva 



Longva, S., Total elasticities of energy demand analysed within a 
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Lopez, E.A., Effects of vegetation and soil-surface cover treatments 
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Lorentzen, G., Gas energy transport and distribution: pipeline or 

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Refrigeration for food and people: an essential technology for the 
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Lorenz, JJ., SeeTamura, A.T., 15:612, 15:1608 

Loring, G., See Parkhill, T., 15:2019 

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1 5:960 (BA;US) 

Lovasic, Z., Defining the site and technology of radioactive waste 
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Lovell, B.E., See Burke, W.J., 15:526 

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Lowry, M.N., Precautionary storage of refinery products. The case 
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Loyd, R.J., An overview of the SMES ETM program, 15:1927 (J;US) 
Superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) for electric util- 
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See Walker, D.L, 15:1926 

Loza, J., See De La Rosa, F., 15:1035 

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Lu, Q.C., An adaptive nonlinear predictor with orthogonal escalator 
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Lubenau, J.O., See Montgomery. J.M., 15:2800 

Lucas, R.G., See Conner, C.C., 15:8 

Lucier, A.A., Air quality and forests, 15:784 (BA;US) 

Lufkin, P., See Kerley, C.R., 15:555 

Luini, J.F., See Dehdashti, A.S., 15:546 

Lukavsky, J., Physical protection philosophy and techniques in 
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Lumpkin, R.E., See Schindler, H.D., 15:1409 

Lundqvist, L., Model system for strategic metropolitan energy stud- 
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Spatial energy analysis: models for strategic decisions in an urban 
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Lundy, R., See Strait, J., 15:1925 

Luongo, C.A., See Loyd, R.J., 15:710 
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Lurmann, F., See Heisler, S.L, 15:574 

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(D;CA) 

Lutkenhoff, S.D., Applicability of US EPA (Environmental Protection 
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Lygdis, A., See Giannakopoulos, G., 15:977 

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Lynch, A., Restructuring of Soviet foreign, policy, 15:14 (J;US) 

Lynette, R., Experiences with commercial wind turbine design: Vol- 
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Lynn-Jones, S.M., From confrontation to cooperation, 15:2249 
(BA;US) 

Lyra, F.J., See Roitman, M., 15:1736 



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Maas, R.P., Setting priorities: the key to nonpoint source control. Fi- 
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MacDonald, D.G., See Shankaranarayanan, G.V., 15:2156 

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15:1 669 (R;US) 

MacDonald, M., See Haberl, J., 15:1186 

Mac Dor man, L.C., SeeLederer, B.A., 15:292 



MacGregor, P.R., See Puttgen, H.B., 15:2942 

Maciej, H., 1988: A good year, if prices hold, 15:1222 (J;US) 

Maclnnis, C., Big Rock Point, 15:1426 (J;US) 

MacKenzie, D., Missile accuracy - an arms-control opportunity, 
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MacLellan, J.A., SeeTraub, R.J., 15:2801 

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(RA;US) 

Maddaiena, J.B., International technology transfer: study of se- 
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Maestri, B., See Dorman, M.E., 15:766 

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Magleby, R.S., See Piper, S., 15:2547 

Magowan, T.J., Mechanization study of systems for the use of 
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Magrath, W.B., See Repetto, R., 15:933 

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Mahia, P.J., Residential market trends and technology develop- 
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15:1239 (BA;US) 

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Maio, J., See Ivanovich, M.G., 15:2147 

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Makram, E.B., Selection of lines to be switched to eliminate over- 
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Three-phase modeling for transient stability of large scale unbal- 
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Ma Ian, G.J., Separate water metering of flats: lecture notes, 
15:2562 (R;ZA) 

Malatzky, A., Taking charge of electricity costs, 15:2073 (RA;US) 

Maldonato, T.J., Crop loss due to the ozone in New England. Tech- 
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Males, R.H., Uncertainty in utility planning introduction, 15:715 
(BA;US) 

Males, R.M., See Grayman, W.M., 15:387 

Malewski, R., Measurement of switching transients in 735-kV 
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Malik, N.H., See AI-Arainy, A.A., 15:1515, 15:1708 

Malik, O.P., A load frequency control algorithm based on a general- 
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See Cheng, S.J., 15:997 

Mallon, G.M., See Gesalman, C.M., 15:2826 

Maloney, D.M., Development of a radiant heating system model for 
BLAST, 15:11 76 (BA;US) 

Malyuk, S.C., The integration of geostatistics into the quality control 
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Manak, J.R., Project appleseed electric rate incentives, 15:1015 
(J;US) 

Maniaci, A., Experience using commend, 15:2675 (RA;US) 

Manning, S.H., Political economy of the utility rate-making process 
15:1309 (B;US) 

Mansbach, B.T., Protecting foreign risks, 15:2331 (BA;US) 

Mantsch, P., See Strait, J., 15:1925 

Manzi, B., A complete subsea wireline system, 15:326 (B;US) 

Maple, M.B., Superconductivity in copper oxide compounds 
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Marans, R.W., See Collins, B.L., 15:2948 

Maravalle, M., See Coccia, M., 15:3068 

March, D.J., See Boomer, B.A., 15:1887 

March, S.J., See Scott, M.J., 15:1092 

Marcuse, W., Technology transfer significance of the Internatiom 

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Marcy, L.E., Environmental impact research program: distance 
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Margen, P., Economic prospects of natural-gas-fired mir 
cogeneration plants in Sweden, 15:460 (R;SE) 

Margulies, A.E., See Vecci, S.J., 15:935 



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Maria, G.A., See Vittal, V., 15:3055 

Marienfeld, C.J., Radon and radon daughters in the etiology of lung 
cancer among zinc-lead miners in Southwest Missouri, 15:1111 
(BA;US) 

Marik, S.K., See Vyas, A.D., 15:1335 

Marin, C.M., See Medina, M.A., 15:46 

Maris, T., See Giannakopoulos, G., 15:977 

Marland, G., See Fulkerson, W., 15:2514 

Marlatt, R.M., See Kim, B.J., 15:568 

Marsh, S.J., Economic analysis of proposed voluntary energy con- 
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SeeHadley, D.L, 15:2551 

Marsh, W.J. Jr., See Bozoki, B., 15:675 

Marti, J.R., Suppression of numerical oscillations in the EMTP, 
15:1 752 (J;US) 

Martin, C.J.B., See Mazzoldi, F., 15:1764 

Martin, W.H., New MMS drilling regulations, 15:1841 (BA;US) 

Martinez, M., End-use metering of commercial buildings, 15:2260 

(RA;US) 

Perspectives for energy diversification in Mexico, 15:1978 (BA;US) 
Renewable energy supply to rural Mexico, year 2000, 15:1076 
(BA;GB) 

Martini, M., SeeCapra, M., 15:1241 

Marttila, R.J., Effect of transmission line loading on the performance 
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Mar uy am a, T., Combustion characteristics of biocoal (coal-wood bri- 
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Marx, G., Nuclear physics, nuclear power, 1 5:853 (B;HU) 

Marzettf, P., Wood fuels for domestic space heating: A feasible 
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Wood fuels for space heating: Results of surveys in two Italian 
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Mashburn, W.H., Development and implementation of a compre- 
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Masoero, M., See Fracastoro, G.V., 15:2753 

Mason, R.S. Jr., Power quality: a utility perspective, 15:2075 (RA;US) 

Massidda, J.E., See Kazimi, M.S., 15:1568 

Massmann, J.W., Ground-water contamination from waste- 
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Masuda, M., Japanese activities on energy storage by superconduc- 
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Mathai, C.V., PM-10; implementation of standards: a summary of 
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Mathews, J.T., Energy, 15:2628 (BA;US) 

Mathur, A.N., See Hussain, I., 15:1327 

Mathur, R.M., Real-time digital simulator of the electromagnetic 
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Matkerron, G., The international steam coal market and UK coal, 
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Matori, I., See Kokai, Y., 15:998 

Matousek, M.J., Bidding for electric resources: An industry review 
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Matsumoto, K., See Kojima, Y., 15:3064 

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Matthews, B.J., FORETELL code, 15:2666 (RA;US) 

Matthews, M., Status report long-term surveillance and mainte- 
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Matthews, M.L., Impact of groundwater protection standards on 
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Matthews, W.B. Ill, See Baird, P.W., 15:849 

Mattson, R.J., See Numark, N.J., 15:1604 

Mattsson, C., Opportunities for group central-heating systems in 
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Mattsson, L.-G., See Lundqvist, L., 15:2476 

Maurer, E.G., See Black, K.S., 15:2423 

Mauro, J.J., See Jacobs, D.G., 15:2782 

Mauvlel, P., See Herrouin, G., 15:2568 



Maycock, P.D., Photovoltaic technology, installed system and mod- 
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Mayer, Colin, See Helm, Dieter, 15:1308 

Mayerson, D., Pre-lease geophysical permitting for the pacific OCS, 
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Mayo, F.T., See Goodrich, J.A., 15:1354 

Mayur, N., See Naccarino, J., 15:987, 15:2455 

Mazumdar, M., Variance of power generating system production 
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Mazur, P.O., See Strait, J., 15:1925 

Mazzoldi, F., Adaptation of the control equipment to permit 3- 
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Mazzon, M., TSPS - a subsea production system concept for very 
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Mazzucchi, R.P., Energy use analysis for the Federal Energy Man- 
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Mbamalu, G.A.N., See EI-Hawary, M.E., 15:2123 

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McArragher, J.S., Trends in motor-vehicle emission and fuel- 
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McAusIan, P., Regulation requirements, 15:310 (J;GB) 

McBee, G.G., See Hiler, E.A., 15:727 

McCabe, A.S., Open systems of environmental decision making: the 
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McCabe, G.D., Evaluation of EPA oversight of Department of De- 
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McCammon, R.B., See Finch, W.I., 15:793 

McCarthy, J.M., An investigation to define the physical/chemical 
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McCarthy, P.M., Integrated evaluation of supply-side and demand- 
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McCary, P.R., See Sussman, M.R., 15:2211 

McCasland, W.R., See Christiansen, D.L., 15:859 

McCaslin, J.C., U.S. drilling slips further in '88; should reverse this 
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MccGwire, M., Gorbachev's arms policy rooted in past, 1 5:1 25 (J;US) 

McClave, D., An agenda for the future, 15:1565 (J;US) 

McClelland, G.H., See Fisher, A., 15:1871 

McCollough, I.L., See Biasing, T.J., 15:758 

McConnell, R., Tribology within the Department of Defense, 15:267 
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McCormack, E., See Ulberg, C., 15:151 

McCoy, M.F., See Burke, W.J., 15:526 

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McDermott, H., US industrial process heating energy consumption, 
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McDonald, C., Costs and benefits of demand-side management op- 
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McDonald, J.R., Structural details for wind design, 15:590 (R;US) 

McDowell, B.P., See Wilkinson, P.L., 15:848, 15:944, 15:948, 
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McDowell, S.C.T., See Brenner, L.M., 15:2933 

McEldowney, J., See McAusIan, P., 15:310 

McFadden, R.T., Nymex activity keeps growing, 15:1217 (J;US) 
The role of NYMEX in oil price risk management, 15:1258 (B;US) 

McFarland, M., See Marienfeld, C.J., 15:1111 

McGeddy, D., Genesee hospital recovers energy investments, 

1 5:722 (BA;US) 
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McGovern, M.C., See LaRue, D.M., 15:573 



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McGowan, F., See Helm, D., 15:2704 

McGuire, P.P., See Ramaswami, R., 15:2103 

Mcllvaine, R.W., Air and waste management markets in a shrinking 

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Trends in particulate control for coal fired boilers, 1 5:1 236 (BA;US) 
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Mcllwain, M.E., See Schindler, H.D., 15:1409 
Mclnturff, A., See Strait, J., 15:1 925 
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1 5:2979 (D;US) 

McKissock, B.I., See Bloomfield, H.S., 15:1613 
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McLaughlin, P.J., North American SLI battery market review and 

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McMahon, J.E., SeeEto, J.H., 15:1016, 15:1951 

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McMenamin, J.S., COMMEND: The commercial sector end use 

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COOLAID: A market assessment tool for cool storage systems, 

1 5:2677 (RA; US) 
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McMulIan, J.T., Managing to ensure that industrial energy conserva- 
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McNamee, E.M., Optimizing the efficiency of the drilling program at 

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McNutt, B., Alternative-fuels market development: Elements of a 

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Cost of making methanol available to a national market, 15:2731 

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Method for energy policy analysis, 15:2622 (RA;US) 
Transportation energy to the year 2020, 15:2613 (RA;US) 
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McPherson, E.G. Ill, Effects of vegetation on building energy perfor- 
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McQuiston, F.C., Residential energy, 15:471 (J;US) 
McQuown, J.R., See Blaser, W.L, 15:1556 
McRae, M, Residential bill disaggregation for DSM promotion, 

1 5:2400 (RA;US) 
McRal, M., Residential bill disaggregation for DSM promotion, 

1 5:2433 (RA;US) 

McVey, M., See Norton, S., 15:768 
McWhlnney, R.T. Jr., See Leone, R.A., 15:161 
Meagher, P., See Griffin, J.M., 15:2365 
Meal, M., SeeKrause, F., 15:1969, 15:2136, 15:2137 
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Medvedeva, E.A., See Kononov, Yu D., 15:740 
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Mel, V.C., Heat pump ground coil analysis with thermal interference, 

15:744 (J;US) 

Meier, A., Saving the other energy in homes, 15:1791 (J;KW) 
The impact of the CFC [chlorofluorocarbon] phase-out on PG and 

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Melnyk, A.J., See Vijayan, S., 15:2621 
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15:1 264 (BA;US) 

Mendelsohn, J., SeeSigal, L.V., 15:1142 
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15:502 (J;US) 

Menon, S., See Bertini, A., 15:1606 
Mentzas, G.N., Economic implications of energy development in a 

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Merges, P.J., See Montgomery, J.M., 15:2800 
Merrick, E., See Nowak, G.D., 15:2537 
Merrill, H.M., See Burke, W.J., 15:526 
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Merrill, P.S., See Baughman, M.L., 15:2941 
Merritt, W.C., Security constrained optimization - A case study 

15:51 9 (J;US) 

Mescua, J., See Sachdev, M.S., 15:674 
Meslier, F., See Back, H., 15:1739 
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Mettler, F.A., Radiation accidents and the radiology department 

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Meyer, D.S., Nuclear-freeze movement in the United States 

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Meyer, R.M., Information on fisheries risk assessment in the Alask. 

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Meyer, W., SeeJabbour, K., 15:520 
Meyers, S., Development of radiation protection standards at EPA 

15:785 (BA;US) 
Energy efficiency and structural change: Implications for th< 

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Proceedings of the Chinese-American symposium on energy mar 

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Michaels, H., Third-party contracting for demand-side managemen 

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Michaels, R.G., Discrete and continuous-choice valuation of i 

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Mlchaelson, M.L., See Klepper, M., 15:557 
Michelettl, W., Managing low-volume wastes. From fossil fuel firec 

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Michelsen, L, Market assessment of remaining DSM potential amonj 

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Michlyoshi, I., Future trends in heat transfer for the nuclear industr 

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Mickalonls, M., See Vliet, G.C., 15:542 
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Middleman, L.I., Environmental restoration and waste management 

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Middleton, R.W., Oil and gas industry conflicts on the Outer Conti 

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Miedema, A.K., Influencing customer investment through financic 

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Mihlmester, P.E., See Camp, W.A., 15:2353 
Milbitz, A., See Silver, S.C., 15:349 
Miles, W.T., See Reddoch, T.W., 15:1060 
Millar, J.D., Attempts at strategic thinking in occupational publi 

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Millar, P.W., See Nielsen, E.K., 15:1738 

Miller, A.S., Environmental concerns of energy use, 15:2756 (RA;US 
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Miller, B.A., See Blevins, R.P., 15:238, 15:1315 
Miller, B.N., See Kirschen, D.S., 15:1813 
Miller, F.R., See Hiler, E.A., 15:727 

Miller, G.H., The future of nuclear weapon technology, 1 5:642 (R;US 
Miller, G.S., Linkage between global economic developments, fu( 

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Miller, J.N., Zero and minimal nuclear weapons, 15:2242 (BA;US) 
Miller, N.E., Major weatherization impacts on space heating require 

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15:2441 (RA;US) 
Miller, R.D., Helium resources of the United States, 1987. Informs 

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Miller, R.J., Discount rates, cost of capital, and property acquisitio 

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Miller, R.O., Black locust, 15:1996 (BA;US) 
Miller, S.S., Environment and energy: an odd duo, 15:1868 (J;US) 
Mlllhone, J., Least cost utility planning, 15:2697 (BA;US) 
' US policies and technology options: Least-Cost Utility Planning 

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What do we really mean by least-cost utility planning?, 15:1683 
(RA;US) 

Mlllhone, J.P., DOE's least cost utility program, 15:718 (BA;US) 

MHIIgan, N.H., See Perlman, M., 15:1319 

Mills, E., PRISM: a tool for tracking retrofit savings, 15:1792 (J;KW) 
SeeBadgley, C., 15:1964 
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Mills, E.W., See McCarthy, P.M., 15:2393 

Minear, R.A., See Plewa, M.J., 15:2549 

Minipaul, T., See Ramar, K., 15:1045 

Mlntzer, I., Weathering the storms in a warming world, 1 5:1 850 (J;US) 
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Miropoilskiy, Z.L., Heat from smoke, 15:2017 (J;US) 

Mlrsky, M.S., See Parker, B.J., 15:3061 

Misenheimer, D.C., Emission-inventory requirements for post-1 987 
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Mlshoe, J.W., Development and utilization of a computer model for 
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Mlshra, B., Essays in the regulation of electric utilities, 1 5:1 527 (D;US) 

Miskell, J.T., Electric-power and natural-gas utilities expand diversi- 
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Mlstr, A.F., See Bellinger, K.E., 15:1747 

Mlsuriello, H.P., Instrumentation applications for commercial build- 
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Mltanl, Y., Application of superconducting magnet energy storage to 
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Mitchell, J.S., Proposed natural-gas futures contract can help pro- 
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Mlxon, W.R., Protocols to guide building energy monitoring projects, 
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MIzuno, W., Three major issues confronting Japan's electric compa- 
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Mobasherl, F., Least-cost resource planning in a changing business 
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Mobley, J.D., See Battye, R.E., 15:763 

Mobley, M.H., See Montgomery, J.M., 15:2800 

Mock, J.E., The DOE [U.S. Department of Energy] geothermal R & 
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Modrak, T.M., See Chandran, R.R., 15:931 

Moe, M.L., Equipment to care for the customer, 15:2401 (RA;US) 

Moe, R.J., See Gillman, R.A., 15:2445 

Moerllns, J.E., See Herndon, R.C., 15:760 

Mohamed, E.A., Prediction of power system generator self- 
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Mohitpour, M., The design and engineering of cross-country hydro- 
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Mohler, B.L., See Garrett, B.A., 15:2385 

Molr, R.W., PACER revisited, 15:229 (R;US) 

Moisdon, J.C., Risk analysis in energy decision making: theory and 
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Molinelll, J.F. Jr., See Degelman, L.O., 1 5:1 1 87 

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Monteen, L.D., Impact of automation on the reliability of the Athens 

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Montgomery, J.M., State cost sharing of training: A Task Force re- 
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Moolj, P., See Isaacson, R., 15:1808 

Moore, C., Fitness for duty in the nuclear power industry: A review 
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Moore, T., Pushing performance with on-line monitoring, 15:338 
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Moorhoose, J.C., Competition, regulation and the future of electric 
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Morris, W.D.M., Development of a bow-DP production tanker sys- 
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Morrow, W.S., See Culpepper, R.L., 15:2609 

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Mosbacher, R., Research and development in biotechnology- 
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Mozina, C.J., See Bozoki, B., 15:675 

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Mukerjl, R., Creating data bases for power systems planning using 
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Mulllns, J., See Kusik, C.L., 15:943 

Mullins, J.W., See Kusik, C.L, 15:2901 

Mullis, V.C., Reliability evaluations of demand-side options based 
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Mulloney, J.A. Jr., See Knable, S.M., 15:2592 

Munasinghe, M., Integrated national energy planning and manage- 
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Munro, J.F., Paradigms, politics, and long-term policy change within 
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Munts, M.L., Least-cost planning and competition, 15:2117 (J;US) 

Murador, E., See Rizzi, G., 15:3074 

Murakami, Y., See Mitani, Y., 15:1013 

Muralidhar, K., A simulation procedure for sample size determina- 
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Muraro, J., See Svoboda, J., 15:587 

Murchelano, R.A., Fish as sentinels of environmental health. Tech- 
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Murphy, D.J., See Gustavson, J.B., 15:2319 

Murphy, H., SeeTraeger, R., 15:191 

Murphy, M.F., Superconducting magnets for whole body magnetic 
resonance imaging, 15:1816 (J;US) 



F-AOA \/-l 



Murphy, M J., Reports published by the Gas Research Institute in 
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Murphy, M.L., Fluidized bed combustion of rubber tire chips, 

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Fluidized bed wood gasification, 15:2166 (BA;US) 

Murray, R.H., The risks and rewards of gas company cogeneration 
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Murray, R.L., Nuclear energy, 15:2931 (B;US) 

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Musselwhite, R.W., District heating and cooling technology transfer 
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Muzek, Z., See Corak, D., 15:131 1 

Mystakides, E., Lessons in successful marketing to residential cus- 
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(RA;US) 



N 

Naccarino, J., Real-time monitoring, optimization and control of a 

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Real-time monitoring, optimization and control of a hydroelectric 
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Nadel, S.M., NEES stand-by generations program: design, results, 
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Nagiecki, J., Non-cancer dose-response assessments within the 
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Nainl, A., See Worsick, J., 15:1546 

Nakamura, S., See Kojima, Y., 15:3064 

Nakayama, M., See Dantzig, G.B., 15:2665 

Nakayama, Yoshlhiro, See Gray, J.E., 15:881 

Napier, J.M., Process for removing metals from water, 1 5:2573 (P;US) 

Kaqvi, T., Techniques of generating on-line data for power system 
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Naraghi, M., OPEC's current $1 8/barrel price policy, 1 5:1495 (BA;US) 

Necsulescu, C., See Rau, N.S., 15:3059 

Needham, V.A., Utility perspectives on three possible modes of con- 
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Negroni, A., ENEL's (Italian Electricity Board) strategies and pro- 
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Neidermeyer, A., See Yu, J.P., 15:1648 

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Neumann, J., See Darr, J., 15:1 101 



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See Houlberg, L.M., 15:1824, 15:2512, 15:2513 
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Nuttall, K., See Vijayan, S., 15:2621 

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O'Neill, M.J., Five-year performance results for the Dallas-Fort 

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Peak load reducing technologies marketing study, 1 5:241 6 (RA;US) 

O'Neill, P.M., See Fong, C.C., 15:3034 

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O'Sullivan, D.A., U.K. Atomic Energy Authority plans shift in re- 
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O'Toole, S., See Lewis, J.O., 15:1782 

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Oka, A.A., See Reed, J.H., 15:1089 

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Oliker, I., District heating/feasibility study for Jamestown, New York. 
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Olsen, A., See Mammons, T.J., 15:3028 

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Olson, J., See Moore, C., 15:1976 

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Ono, T., See Fujimoto, Y., 15:1021 

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Opper, D.M., See Beimborn, E.A., 15:2601 

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Osborn, A.G., See Andrews, C.L., 15:363 

Osborne-Lee, A.E., See Biasing, T.J., 15:758 

Oshima, M., See Kazimi, M.S., 15:1568 

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Ottosson, H., Mintop Project, 15:2383 (RA;US) 

Ouchlda, P., See Jenkins, A., 15:389 

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Ozakl, C.B., SeeTyron-Hopko, A.K., 15:447 



Pahl, D.A., See Battye, R.E., 15:763 
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Palma, T., See Boschi, A., 15:1570 

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Pan, C.T., An adaptive controller for power system load-frequency 
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Pandya, D.A., See Anderson, N.G., 15:1006 

Pangotra, P.P., Income impacts of alternative rural energy systems: 
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Panofsky, W.K.H., Arms control: necessary process, 15:17 (J;US) 
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Large-scale optimal power flow: Effects of initialization, decou- 
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Papke, J.B., See Dalbeck, B.W., 15:2969 

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Pariser, D.B., Federal coal royalty reduction: issues and research 
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Parker, B.J., Optimal economic power transfers, 15:3061 (J;US) 

Parker, G.B., Building energy conservation research projects being 
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SeeHadley, D.L., 15:2551 

Parker, L., Impact of S.300 and S.316 on electricity-intensive indus- 
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Parker, S.F., See Lewellen, W.S., 15:245 

Parkhill, T., Snubbing saves money safely, 15:2019 (J;US) 

Parks, C.V., See Kelmers, A.D., 15:875 

Partner, J.F., See Baldi, R.W., 15:814 

Parry, T.W., Local authorities' use of coal: financial, technical, and at- 
titudinal factors affecting the selection of coal as a space-heating 
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Parti, M., See Ecker, L., 15:2262 

Paschen, P., Substitution trends for raw materials in short supply?, 
15:1902 (J;US) 

Pasinl, S.E., See Brown, W.A., 15:1644 

Pastuszek, L.M., Demand side bidding, 15:2702 (BA;US) 

Pasurka, C., See Faere, R., 15:3027 

Patel, C.K.N., Strategic defense and directed-energy weapons, 15:5 
(J;US) 

Patel, D.I., See Krause, R.A., 15:556 

Patel, M., See Vir, J., 15:2557 

Patll, P.G., See Brown, P.J., 15:1134 

Patton, A.D., See Salehfar, H., 15:3053 

Patton, J.B., See Monteen, L.D., 15:1712 
See Rizy, D.T., 15:1287, 15:1709, 15:1713 

Patton, J.E., SeeGillman, R.A., 15:2099 

Paul, J.P., See Lagonotte, P., 15:2127 

Pauling, G.D., See Skiber, A.J., 15:505 

Paulos, S., See Buchanan, S., 15:1741 

Paulsen, G., See Huss, W.R., 15:2265 

Paustenbach, D.J., The risk assessment of environmental and hu- 
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Pavoni, G., See Fracastoro, G.V., 15:2753 

Peaco, D.E., Organizational aspects of integrated planning, 15:2395 

(RA;US) 
See Van Wie, D.A., 15:2396 

Pearce, A.T., See Garrett, G.P., 15:2119 

Pearson, N., See Read, J., 15:1339 

Peay, J.M., See Sanders, M.S., 15:956 

Peck, C., SeeTrocki, L., 15:479 

Peck, S.D., See Walker, D.L., 15:1926 

Pedersen, C.O., See Maloney, D.M., 15:1176 

Pedersen, D.H., See Seta, J.A., 1 5:393 

Pedigo, R.B., See Baird, P.W., 15:849 

Peelle, E., Beyond the NIMBY [not-in-my-backyard] impasse II: Pub- 
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Peet, W.J., Utility boiler design for low volatile coals, 15:929 (BA;US) 



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Pelletier, R., DOE integration of the NEPA and CERCLA processes, 
1 5:2790 (RA;US) 

Pello', P.M., 1988 Italian Energy Plan (PEN): Program manage- 
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Italian Energy Plan (PEN): Energy rationalization, 15:2981 (J;IT;ln 
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Pelton, F., Report on modular hydropower demonstration, 15:1704 

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Peng, Z., See Dehdashti, A.S., 15:546 

Pennine, C., See Mazzon, M., 15:2338 

Peoples, D.L, See Corey, G.R., 15:126 

Peroebois, J., Energy prices in the developing countries, 15:1547 
(J;FR;ln French) 

Peres, F.C., See Rask, N., 15:2169 

Perez, H., See De La Rosa, F., 15:1035 

Perfetti, P., See McArragher, J.S., 15:42 

Perkins, C.A. Jr., Oil price instability clouds tubular outlook, 15:909 
(J;US) 

Perlack, R.D., See Stevenson, G.G., 15:2651 

Perlman, M., Hot water and energy use in apartment buildings, 
15:1319 (BA;US) 

Perman, G., Four years experience with a large-scale energy forest 
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Perrels, A., Energy demand in a long-term perspective: possible im- 
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Perrels, P.A.J., See Roelfzema, A., 15:434 

Perriman, RJ., Pollution control in the United Kingdom, 15:2556 
(BA;GB) 

Pershall, R.B., Economic analysis of proposed site-specific changes 
to water-quality regulations affecting Borden Chemical Com- 
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Pestle, J.W., Financing structures for internal use cogeneration pro- 
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Peters, E.W., Development and demonstration of marketing tech- 
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Peters, R.H., Causes of coal-miner absenteeism. Information Circu- 
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Peters, TJ., SeeTysdal, R.G., 15:597 

Petersen, F., See Abbey, D.E., 15:2558 

Petersen, S., Federal Building Life-Cycle Cost (FBLCC) Program 
(for microcomputers). Software, 15:1456 (R;US) 

Petersen, S.R., See Walton, G.N., 15:2605 

Peterson, D.C. Jr., Benefits of environmental controls: Measures, 
methods, and applications: Final report, 15:31 (R;US) 

Peterson, J.L., See Silver, S.C., 15:349 

Peterson, KJ., See Dickmander, D.L., 15:1761 

Petterson, M.E., Netherlands Q/8 - A development: Europe's small- 
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Petzet, G.A., Higher U.S. demand, prices likely, production ex- 
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Peyman-Dove, L.D., See Henderson, J.E., 15:566 

Pfeffer, J., See Isaacson, R., 15:1808 

Phadke, A.G., See Rostamkolai, N., 15:1719 
SeeSachdev, M.S., 15:674 

Phillips, A.S., See Schweitzer, G.E., 15:392 

Phillips, C.F., The regulation of public utilities, 15:2625 (B;US) 

Phillips, K.R., See Brown, S.P.A., 15:2015 

Phlpps, R.D., See Dwight, C.C., 15:2229 

PIccionI, R., Food irradiation: contaminating our food, 15:280 (J;GB) 

Pierce, B., See LaMontagne, J., 15:2436 

Pierce, B.L, See Chi, J.W.H., 15:1435 

Pierce, C.L, See Mohitpour, M., 15:1549 

Pterce-French, E.G., Comparison of photovoltaic energy systems 
for the solar village. Master's thesis, 15:725 (R;US) 

Ptette, M.A., Performance evaluation of enerqv-savinq measures 
15:531 (J;US) 

Plgnone, C., SeeCommes, G.A., 15:980 
See Comnes, GA, 15:1518 

Ping, J., See Da-Qiang, M., 15:2121 

Plnkelman, J., See Chase, S., 15:594 

Plnnekamp, F., SeeWiegart, N., 15:1036 



Piper, S., Economic benefit considerations in selecting water-quality 
projects: Insights from the Rural Clean Water Program. Staff re- 
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Estimating the offsite household damages from wind erosion in the 
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Pireddu, G., See Ascari, S., 15:746 

Pirjola, R., On geomagnetically-induced currents in the Finnish 400 
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Pirkey, D., See Millhone, J., 15:2662 

Pirkey, D.B., Energy-conservation potential: a review of eight stud- 
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Least-Cost Utility Planning: a federal perspective, 15:2663 (RA;US) 
See Scheer, R.M., 15:2421 

Pirrwitz, D., Energy from biomass R and D activities of the Commis- 
sion of the European Communities, 15:1069 (BA;GB) 

Pisarczyk, K., See Klosek, S., 15:779 

Plewa, M.J., Refining the degree of hazard ranking methodology for 
Illinois industrial waste streams, 15:2549 (R;US) 

Plouff, D., See Keith, W.J., 15:794 

Pluckhorn, E., See Kim, B.J., 15:568 

Poch, L.A., See Gillette, J.L., 15:515 

Poche, C.D., Oil and power: an analysis of United States economic 
interests and strategies in the Middle East. Study project, 
15:171 (R;US) 

Podolak, E.M. Jr., Criteria for preparation and evaluation of radio- 
logical emergency response plans and preparedness in support 
of nuclear power plants: Criteria for utility offsite planning and 
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Podolak, P., Appropriate comparisons of international energy data, 

15:2473 (RA;US) 

Role of energy costs in the CPI-U, 15:2474 (RA;US) 
Trash to energy: a burning issue, 15:2732 (RA;US) 

Poggio, A.J., Energy and technology review, 15:607 (R;US) 
Energy and Technology Review, May-June 1989, 15:2920 (R;US) 
Energy and Technology Review, November 1988, 15:1127 (R;US) 
The state of the laboratory: Energy and technology review, July- 
August 1988, 15:111 (R;US) 

Pollard, S.M., Massachusetts photovoltaic initiatives, 15:2162 

(BA;US) 
Massachusetts Photovoltaics Utilization Program, 15:2161 (BA;US) 

Pollock, C., Nuclear power plant decommissioning: an unresolved 
problem, 15:134 (J;US) 

Poninski, J., See Klosek, S., 15:779 

Ponpajah, R.A., The minimum cost optimal power flow problem 
solved via the restart homotopy continuation method, 15:1735 
(J;US) 

Pontius, D.H., See Bustard, C.J., 15:244 

Poole-Kober, E.M., See Viebrock, H.J., 15:2546 

Poon, K.P., Analysis of transient stability swings in large intercon- 
nected power systems by Fourier Transformation, 1 5:1 000 (J;US) 

Pope, C., Once more, with compliance, 15:96 (J;US) 
See Scott, D., 15:417 

Porell, A.L., See Franco, P.J., 15:21 

Porretta, B., See Parker, B.J., 15:3061 

Porterfield, J.M., Alternatives for monitoring multidwelling energy 
measures, 15:1181 (BA;US) 

Post, H.N., Photovoltaic system research status, 15:2919 (R;US) 
See Jones, G.J., 15:220 

Postforoosh, J.M., See Sachdev, M.S., 15:674 

Potter, G., See Buyzen, J.P., 15:1240 

Powers, D.R., State technology-transfer programs, 15:1922 (J;US) 

Powers, J., Generalizing end-use load data analysis, 15:2685 
(RA;US) 

Powers, J.T., Load data analysis workstation, 15:1030 (J;US) 
Load research with finesse: working in a DOS environment, 

15:2366 (RA;US) 
See Ryan, N.E., 15:1737 

Powers, T.J., See Cain, W.C., 15:583 

Prahl, R., Development of a Wisconsin Demand-Side Research Cen- 
ter: process, early results, and lessons learned, 15:2419 (RA;US) 
Market research in a regulatory setting: the Wisconsin commercial 
segmentation study, 15:2369 (RA;US) 

Prals, M., A topology processor that tracks network modifications 
overtime, 15:1033 (J;US) 



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Prater, G.S., Analysis of four selected state-transportation coordi- 
nated efforts in social services and rural public transportation. 
Final report, 15:1625 (R;US) 

Pratt, R., Setbacks and peak loads in commercial buildings, 15:1776 
(R;US) 

Pratt, R.G., Setbacks and peak loads in commercial buildings, 

1 5:2442 (RA;US) 
See Ross, B.A., 15:2269 
See Taylor, Z.T., 15:2357 

Prausnitz, J.M., SeeSchwarz, B.J., 15:659 

Price, C., See Littlechild, S., 15:1977 

Prickett, G.T., Environmental impact statements and climate 
change, 15:1848 (J;US) 

Prince, W.R., Survey on excessive alarms, 15:3043 (J;US) 

Princiotta, F.T., Clean coal technology: an environmental perspec- 
tive, 1 5:497 (R;US) 
US coal use: the environmental challenge, 15:188 (R;US) 

Prior, M., Power privatization and the UK coal industry, 15:2722 
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Simulation of photovoltaic power systems and their performance 

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Software design and evaluation of a microcomputer-based auto- 
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Discounted Profit Per Barrel, 15:2336 (BA;US) 

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Randolph, R.F., See Peters, R.H., 15:178 

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Interrelated factor demands and the industrial demand for energy, 

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Planning for electric utilities; the value of service, 15:1690 (RA;US) 

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Reddoch, T.W., A view on the commercial readiness of new tech- 
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Reddy, R., See Marienfeld, C.J., 15:1111 

Reed, J.H., Air conditioner model study using Athens load control 
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Analysis of energy usage data for water heaters under load con- 
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Analysis of water heater data from Athens load control experi- 
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Load control experiments with heat pumps during the winter, 

15:1 285 (J;US) 
Load control experiments with heat pumps during the winter, 

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Monitoring load control at the feeder level using high speed moni- 
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Monitoring load control at the feeder level using high speed moni- 
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Reister, D.B., See Christiansen, D.S., 15:495 

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Repetto, R., Natural resources accounting, 15:933 (B;US) 
Public policy and the misuse of forest resources, 15:1576 (B;US) 
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Rhinelander, J.B., Mission accomplished, 15:455 (J;US) 

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Reduced order models for an induction motor group during bus 
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Distribution automation applications software for the Athens Utili- 
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Measuring and analyzing the impact of voltage and capacitor con- 
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Measuring and analyzing the impact of voltage and capacitor con- 
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Rizzl, G., New solar banks for farms, 15:3074 (J;IT;ln Italian) 

Roach, C., Office productivity tools for the information economy: 
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Robinson, C., Why British coal should be privatised, 15:1992 (RA;GB) 
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Privatising electricity: impact on the UK energy market, 15:221 
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Roop, J.M., See Hadley, D.L., 15:2551 
See Marsh, S.J., 15:2608 
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Rubin, A.B., See Grumpier, E.P., 15:586 
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Rubin, S., Technology transfer at the Solar Energy Research Insti- 
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Ruderman, H., Analysis of federal appliance efficiency standards, 

1 5:147 (RA;US) 
Characterizing residential space conditioning loads, 15:2261 

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Rudln, A., See Spielvogel, L.G., 15:15 
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Russell, J., See Karaffa, M.A., 15:1833 

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See Houlberg, L.M., 15:1824, 15:2512, 15:2513 
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Sanders, K.E., An orientation program for U.S. citizens going to the 
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Sanders, M.S., Human factors in mining, 15:956 (B;US) 

Sandusky, W.F., SeeGiliman, R.A., 15:2099 

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Sanghvi, A.P., Flexible strategies for load/demand management us- 
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See Jones, D.W., 15:11 

Santos, A. Jr., An optimization model for long-range transmission 
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Santos-Nieto, M., See Quintana, V.H., 15:3029 

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Sarma, E.A.S., See Satsangi, P.S., 15:2469 

Sarto, S., See Boschi, A., 15:1570 

Saryan, LA., Blood-lead monitoring for worker protection, 15:1564 
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Sasso, C.A., Development of an analytical tool for determination of 
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Sathaye, J., An end-use approach to development of long-term en- 
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Sathaye, J.A., Urbanization and modern lifestyles: Implications for 
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Satoh, T., See Aoki, K., 15:705 

Satsangi, P.S., Systems approach to energy in India and its rural re- 
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Sauer, P.W., Trajectory approximations for direct energy methods 
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Savy, C.M., See Krapels, E.N., 15:175 

Sawatzky, H., See Reichert, C., 15:503 

Saylor, C.H., See Merritt, W.C., 15:519 

Scalcino, S., SeeBertoldi, O., 15:699 

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Schaefer, J., Research in photovoltaics, 15:2139 (RA;US) 

Schaefer, J.C., Status of photovoltaics for commercial power gener- 
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Schapiro, A.R., See Nola, S.J., 15:2586 

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Utility energy strategies: the role of efficiency, productivity, and 

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Scheindlin, A.E., Current status of MHD electrical power generation 
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house metered data, 15:690 (J;US) 

Schlndler, H.D., Coal liquefaction: A research and development 

needs assessment: Volume 1, Final report, 15:1409 (R;US) 
Coal liquefaction: A research and development needs assess- 
ment: Volume 2, Final report, 15:1410 (R;US) 

Schipper, L., Approaching long-term energy demand: Energy de- 
mand for production or pleasure?, 15:2748 (RA;US) 
Energy interdependence: global issues and options, 15:176 

(RA;US) 

See Sathaye, J., 15:1633 
See Wilson, D., 15:148 

Schipper, Lee, Approaching long-term uncertainties in energy de- 
mand, 15:261 6 (BA;GB) 

Schmalensee, R., Potential of incentive regulation, 1 5:2626 (BA-GB) 

Schmld, C., See Adams, T.N., 15:159 

Schmidt, T., See Weenig, W.H., 15:1466 

Schneider, C., Hazardous waste: the bottom line is prevention 
15:427 (J;US) 



Schneider, D.L.,The energy amenity, 15:1165 (BA;US) 

Schneider, H.M., SeeCarberry, R.E., 15:1284 

Schneider, K.J., National briefing summaries: Nuclear fuel cycle 

and waste management, 15:834 (R;US) 
Schneidewind, E., See Pestle, J.W., 15:2591 
Schnoor, J.L., See Ambrose, R.B., 15:769 
Schoenau, G.J., See Gray, B.F., 15:1173 
Schoengold, D., Free riders in demand-side programs - how big a 

problem?, 15:2350 (RA;US) 
Scholten, W.N.G., See Roelfzema, A., 15:434 
Schroppe, J.T., Progress update on a 90 MW build/own/operate 

gas turbine combined cycle cogeneration project with sludge 

drying plant, 15:622 (BA;US) 
Schug, P., See McArragher, J.S., 15:42 
Schuier, C.D., Flint Electric Membership Corporation residential 

time-of-use rate project, 15:2434 (RA;US) 
Schultz, D.L., The communication side of environmental control, 

15:1 846 (J;US) 

Schultz, R.W., See Scott, M.J., 15:1092 
Schulze, L.J., See Bozoki, B., 15:675 
Schulze, W.D., See Fisher, A., 15:1871 
Schummer, P., See Gay, J.C., 15:327 
Schuss, Z., SeeQiu, J., 15:1730 
Schwager, D.S., See Lederer, B.A., 15:292 
Schwartz, W.A., Arms control: misplaced focus, 15:141 (J;US) 
Schwarz, B.J., A correlation for thermodynamic properties of heavy 

fossil-fuel fractions, 15:659 (J;US) 
Schweitzer, E.G., SeeSachdev, M.S., 15:674 
Schweitzer, G.E., Monitoring and managing environmental impact: 

American and Soviet perspectives, 15:392 (R;US) 
Schweitzer, M., Energy conservation for low-income households, 

1 5:1307 (J;US) 
See Berry, L, 15:149 
See Hirst, E., 15:1282, 15:2392 
Schweppe, F.C., Algorithms for a spot price responding residential 

load controller, 15:2133 (J;US) 
Least-cost planning, 15:3037 (J;US) 
Spot pricing of electricity, 15:2457 (B;US) 
See Berger, A.W., 15:3046 
See Burke, W.J., 15:526 
See Caramanis, M.C., 15:1748 
See Tabors, R.D., 15:2124 
Sclacca, F., See Clark, R., 15:168 

Scott, D., Congress and environmental laws, 15:417 (J;US) 
Scott, D.C., See Kane, G.J., 15:1213 

See Larsen, C.E., 15:598 
Scott, M., See Jensen, V., 15:2695, 15:2696 

Scott, M.J., Hanford and the tri-cities economy: Review and out- 
look, March 1989, 15:1092 (R;US) 
Secondary economic impact of acid deposition control legislation 

in six coal producing states: Final report, 15:588 (R;US) 
Scott, W., Acid rain: what we know, what we did, what we will do, 

15:1385 (J;DE) 
Scovllle, R.H. II, Increasing U.S. coal exports - Fact or fiction, 

15:1245 (BA;US) 

Scudder, T., River basin projects in Africa, 15:1847 (J;US) 
Scwheppe, F.C., Spot pricing of electricity, 15:1042 (B;US) 
Seaborg, G.T., Atomic energy as an humane endeavor: Retrospec- 
tive on its development, 15:1428 (R;US) 
Introduction to the journal of Glenn T. Seaborg, Chairman of the 

US Atomic Energy Commission, 1961-1971, 15:1138 (R;US) 
Journal of Glenn T. Seaborg (Chairman, US Atomic Energy Com- 
mission, 1961 through 1971), July 1, 1961-December 31, 1961, 

15:1931 (R;US) 
Journal of Glenn T. Seaborg, Chairman of the US Atomic Energy 

Commission, 1961-1971: Volume 1, February 1, 1961-June 

30, 1961,15:1930 (R;US) 
Sears, E.B., Central radon data base and digitized bedrock map of 

US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Region 1 . Technical 

report, 15:2814 (R;US) 
Sebesta, K., See Krause, R.A., 15:556 
See, E.J., See Steward, J.C., 15:1384 
SeHJc, W.D., See Braden, J.B., 15:584 
Selden, R.W., See Kupperman, R.H., 15:613 



EAPA Vol. 15, Annual Index 



Smith 



Selkowitz, S.E., See Brambley, M.R., 15:1123 

Seppanen, V., A comparison of wood chip production systems, 
1 5:2464 (BA;US) 

Sergei, R.P., Guaranteed rates: a marketable option?, 15:2076 
(RA;US) 

Serot, D.E., Oil use and oil dependency: Long-term issues, 15:1990 
(R;US) 

Seta, J.A., National Occupational Exposure Survey (NOES). Volume 
1. Survey manual, 15:393 (R;US) 

Seubert, L., See Rowe, M.S., 15:1578 

Shaalan, H., See Reed, J.H., 15:1505 

Shackleford, B., EPA's approach to regulation of mixed waste and 
status of future activities, 15:2509 (RA;US) 

Shahldehpour, S.M., SeeQiu, J., 15:1730 

Shankaranaraysnan, G.V., Pyrolysis of waste coffee under different 
gaseous environments, 15:2156 (BA;US) 

Shannon, D., Integrated environmental management: A need for 
change. Technical report, 15:2807 (R;US) 

Shapiro, P.S., See Smith, N.D., 15:2531 

Shappert, L.B., See Kelmers, A.D., 15:875 

Sharaf-Eldeen, Y.I., Simulation methods for generation planning of 
electric-utility systems with intermittent power sources, 15:341 
(D;US) 

Sharland, J.R., See Dobson, P.M., 15:1348 

Sharma, O.K., See Lloyd, B.A., 15:1757 

Sharma, G.D., Characterization and utilization of natural gas in 
Alaska: Final report, 15:1989 (R;US) 

Sharma, R.D., See Bhat, B.K., 15:2724 

Sharp, K.C., See Watkins, G.C., 15:903 

Sharp, T.R., See MacDonald, J.M., 15:1669 

Sharpe Hayes, M.M., See Brusger, E.G., 15:2450 

Sharpies, F.E., SeeSigmon, C.F., 15:118 

Shaver, O.K., SeeZirps, N.A., 15:2784 

Shaw, J.H., Instrumentation system used to determine the effects of 
steep front short duration impulses on electric power system in- 
sulation, 15:1758 (J;US) 

Sheaffer, J., Urban-climate effects of energy demand for space 
heating, 15:567 (R;US) 

Shelton, R.B., SeeKatzman, M.T., 15:2028 

Shen, Wang Bing, Progress of energy saving in China's petrochem- 
ical industry, 15:2765 (RA;US) 

Shend'Ge, N.-K.J., Overall global perspective and strategy for en- 
ergy. Abundant low-cost energy supply and distribution system, 
15:1 075 (BA;GB) 

Sheppard, W., SeeHanny, D., 15:652 

Sherman, M., See Forsyth, C., 15:2427 

Sherron, B., Performance management: an aspirin or a long-term 
cure?, 15:2108 (J;US) 

Shiau, T.A., SeeTzeng, G.H., 15:1469 

Shlh, C.H., See Kennedy, W.O., 15:1037 

Shlkuma, R., Corporate considerations related to competition: re- 
shaping the corporation from the inside out, 15:1697 (RA;US) 

Shllun, Li, Development and energy consumption of the coal chemi- 
cal industry in China, 15:2903 (RA;US) 

Shimizu, K., Recent developments in lead-acid battery technology 
in Japan, 15:1620 (J;US) 

Shintoml, T., See Masuda, M., 15:809 

Shirazl, E., See Anderson, S.M., 15:1453 

Shirllau, M.S., Computerized data collection for end-use experi- 
ments, 15:211 4 (J;US) 

Shockley, P.R., See Wu, C.T., 15:707 

Shonder, J.A., See Windingland, L.M., 15:1447 

Shopley, J., See Elkington, J., 15:2183 

Shoukrl-Kourdi, F., Optimal regional siting of power plants: a 
mixed-integer programming approach, 15:1517 (D;US) 

Shoults, R.R., Buffer system selection of a steady-state external 
equivalent model for real-time power flow using an automated 
sensitivity analysis procedure, 15:693 (J;US) 

Shultz, E.B. Jr., See Arding, J.E., 15:1802 

Shupe, M.W., Low-level, transuranic, and mixed waste disposal at 
DOE sites, 15:2203 (RA;US) 

Siddayao, C.M., Energy policy issues in developing countries. 
Lessons from ASEAN's experience, 15:735 (J;GB) 



Siegel, J.S., Coal preparation and the clean coal technology pro- 
gram. 15:919(BA;US) 

International coal research and development cooperation, 15:1 268 
(BA;US) 

Sfgal, L.V., The stage shifts in arms control, 15:1142 (J;US) 

Slgmon, C.F., The implications of RCRA [Resource Conservation 
and Recovery Act] regulation for the disposal of transuranic and 
high-level waste, 15:118 (R;US) 

Sigmon, E.B., See Bradbury, J.A., 15:2500 

Silas, C J., Impact of pertinent international issues on US-Japan en- 
ergy interests and relations, 15:2289 (RA;US) 

Silk, M.A., See Ross, L., 15:1838 

Sill, D., See Knoblauch, K., 15:922 

Slllln, J., See Traylor, R.C., 15:2245 

Silva, P.V., The Venezuelan natural gas industry, 15:937 (B;US) 

Silver, S.C., CBS/ICE program user's guide, 15:349 (R;US) 
SeeHunn, B.D., 15:348 

Sllverstein, D., Patent protection and technology transfer in less- 
developed countries: reappraisal of the legal framework for 
producing and transmitting knowledge, 15:444 (D;US) 

Silvfera, D.J., See Schneider, K.J., 15:834 

Simion, G., See Clark, R., 15:168 

Simonelli, R.A., See Goldish, L.H., 15:2688 

Singer, S.F., The case for a variable import fee on oil, 15:951 (J;US) 

Singh, B., See Choi, S.S., 15:1004 

Singh, C., An efficient technique for reliability analysis of power sys- 
tems including time dependent sources, 15:547 (J;US) 
Generation system reliability evaluation using a cluster based load 

model, 15:1727(J;US) 
Improved algorithms for multi-area reliability evaluation using the 

decomposition-simulation approach, 15:1744 (J;US) 
See Dichirico, C., 15:698 

Singh, R.D., See Vijayan, S., 15:2621 

Sfnha, J., See Limaye, D.R., 15:2361 
See McDonald, C., 15:974 

SloshansI, F., See Mobasheri, F., 15:2359 

Sit, S.P., See Stockwell, A., 15:1248 

Siwei, Lang, Energy use in Chinese buildings, 15:2758 (RA;US) 

Skea, J., Industrial and electricity sector demand for coal, 15:222 
(BA;GB) 

Skelton, J.C., See Blevins, R.P., 15:238 
See Hummel, P.E., 15:2437 

Skelton, L.W., Guide to land treatment of municipal waste water in 
Illinois, 15:1 896 (R;US) 

Sklber, A.J., Alberta: Why more operators are now looking towards 
Canada, 15:505 (J;US) 

Slater, M., Rationale for marginal cost pricing, 15:2488 (BA;GB) 

Slesser, M., Dictionary of energy, 1 5:293 (B;US) 

Sloan, K., See Enoch, H.G., 15:2411 

Sloan, R., EPA okays biological-remediation cleanup technique, 
15:1103 (J;US) 

Slutsker, I.W., Bad data identification in power system state estima- 
tion based on measurement compensation and linear residual 
calculation, 15:1717 (J;US) 

Small, K.A., See Wilson, S.C., 15:868 

Smith, B.A., COMET model: A system to forecast end-use technol- 
ogy competitiveness, 15:2676 (RA;US) 
See Ryan, N.E., 15:1737 

Smith, D.A., Using variable prices to improve productivity, 15:2061 
(RA;US) 

Smith, D.M., See Cugini, A.V., 15:911 

Smith, E.D., SeeSigmon, C.F., 15:118 

Smith, G., See Rager, R., 15:2506 

Smith, H.A., See Kupperman, R.H., 15:613 

Smith, J.B., Potential effects of global climate change on the United 
States. Executive Summary. Draft. Report to the Congress, 
15:1372 (R;US) 

Potential effects of global climate change on the United States. 
Volume 1. Regional studies. Draft. Report to the Congress, 
15:1373 (R;US) 

Potential effects of global climate change on the United States. 
Volume 2. National studies. Draft. Report to the Congress, 
15:1374 (R;US) 

Smith, L.K., See Haberl, J.S., 15:1174 



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Smith 



Smith, M., SeeTraeger, R., 15:191 

Smith, M.L., Forecasting of mine price for central Appalachian 
steam coal, 15:323 (J;US) 

Smith, N.D., Technological progress in reducing CFC (chlorofluoro- 

carbon) and halon emissions, 15:2531 (R;US) 
See Hummel, K.E., 15:57 

Smith, R.D., SeeAdamus, P.R., 15:1799 

Smith, R.L., See Wilson, S.C., 15:868 

Smith, R.M., Integrating the development of innovative concepts 

into corporate strategy, 15:1131 (BA;US) 
See Harrer, C.D., 15:824 

Smith, R.W., Compilation, evaluation, and prediction of triple-layer 
model constants for ions on Fe(lll) and Mn(IV) hydrous oxides, 
1 5:589 (R;US) 

Smith, W., See LeBlanc, W., 15:2030 

Smith, W.A., Hospital complex as a base for district heating, 
15:1182 (BA;US) 

Smith, W.B., See Bustard, C.J., 15:244 

Smith, W.C., See Delson, J.K., 15:3044 

Smith, W.M., Developing an integrated value-based planning pro- 
cess, 15:2681 (RA;US) 

From rates to prices: the emerging concepts, 15:2032 (RA;US) 
Institutional aspects of DSM in the United States, 15:2085 (RA;US) 
Motivations for and evolution of DSM, 15:2081 (RA;US) 
Selecting DSM program monitoring and evaluation techniques, 

1 5:2669 (RA;US) 
Selecting DSM program monitoring and evaluation techniques, 

15:2691 (RA;US) 

Utility planning perspectives, 15:2129 (J;US) 
See Ceilings, C.W., 15:3049 

Smith-Perera, R.E., Energy and the economy in oil-exporting coun- 
tries: general-equilibrium analysis and application to Venezuela, 
1 5:1499 (D;US) 

Smolen, M.D., SeeMaas, R.P., 15:254 

Snapp, D., See Harris, L.R., 15:2440 

Snell, S.A., See Brown, M.A., 15:438 

Snyder, D.J., EPA - North Carolina dispute: the right of states to 
pass stricter laws under the Resource Conservation and Recov- 
ery Act, 15:1 865 (J;US) 

Snyder, N.W., Kelp to energy utilizing anaerobic digestion, 15:1806 
(BA;US) 

Snyder, R.L., See Bhargava, A., 15:810 

Snyder, W.M., See Thomas, A.W., 15:431 

So, E., A current-comparator-based load loss standard for in-situ cal- 
ibration of transformer loss measuring systems, 15:1023 (J;US) 
In-situ calibration of three different types of transformer loss mea- 
suring systems using a current-comparator-based load loss 
standard, 15:1027 (J;US) 

Soder strom, E.J., Negotiating a license to government technology, 

15:1 904 (R;US) 

Providing incentives for effective technology transfer, 15:1921 
(J;US) 

Solomon, D.J., Fish passage through tidal energy barrages, 
1 5:1323 (R;GB) 

Solomon, L.K., United States lubricant demand, 15:1256 (B;US) 

Somerville-Smith, J.W., See Bailey, I.R., 15:1459 

Sondericker, J.H., Cryogenic systems for detectors and particle ac- 
celerators, 15:813 (BA;US) 

Soni, A.K., Underground storage: a review, 15:1940 (J;IN) 

Sonich-Mullin, C., See Lutkenhoff, S.D., 15:56 

Soule, A., How effective are federal programs in mitigating wetland 
losses. Technical report, 15:2563 (R;US) 

Southerland, E., See Ambrose, R.B., 15:769 

Southey, R.D., See Dawalibi, F.P., 15:2726 

Soveran, D., See Reichert, C., 15:503 

Sovie, R.J., See Bloomfield, H.S., 15:1613 

Spanner, G.E., See Brown, D.R., 15:219 

Sparks, L.M., ARAR Identification, 15:2793 (RA;US) 

Spector, L.S., Nuclear smugglers, 15:139 (J;US) 

Spellman, R.F., Demand-side management market penetration: 
modeling and resource planning perspectives from Central 
Maine Power, 15:2360 (RA;US) 
See Peaco, D.E., 15:2395 
See Van Wie. DA. 15:2396 



Spencer, S.J., Occupational literacy as a variable construct in the 
mineral extraction/energy and service industries, 15:1097 (D;US) 

Sperling, D., See McNutt, B., 15:2613 

Speth, J.G., Our polluted environment. A long-term perspective, 
15:780 (B;US) 

Spieivogei, L.G., Religious building energy use, 15:15 (J;US) 

Sprecher, W.M., Risk perception as it applies to nuclear power and 
nuclear waste disposal, 15:1 150 (J;US) 

Springer,!., See Ruderman, H., 15:147 

Spulber, D.F., Competition and bypass in regulated markets, 
15:2044 (RA;US) 

Squitieri, R., See Griffin, J.M., 15:2365 
See Hummel, P.E., 15:2437 

Srinivasan, S., Energy technologies for the developing countries, 

15:1079 (BA;US) 

Fuel cells for extraterrestrial and terrestrial applications, 15:1667 
(J;US) 

Srivastava, V.J., See Biljetina, R., 15:2163 

Stadelman, D., See Kerley, C.R., 15:555 

Stafford, R.T., Protecting the ozone, 15:1858 (J;US) 

Stagliano, V., Senegal River Basin development program: a retro- 
spective assessment, 15:2561 (RA;US) 
The US energy situation, 15:2762 (RA;US) 
The US transportation sector in perspective, 15:2761 (RA;US) 
US transportation sector in perspective, 15:2479 (RA;US) 

Stagliano, V.A., Methanol's contribution to energy security in the 
USA, 1 5:2600 (RA;US) 

Stahlkopf, K.E., See Seaborg, G.T., 15:1428 

Staiger, R.P. Jr., The United States Congress and alternative trans- 
portation fuel development, 15:1242 (BA;US) 

Stalon, C.G., Wheeling, competition, and economic efficiency, 
15:1 523 (J;US) 

Stancell, D.F., DOT/OSHA/EPA (Department of 

Transportation/Occupational Safety and Health Administra- 
tion/Environmental Protection Agency) integrated DOE 
(Department of Energy) transportation training, 15:2786 (RA;US) 

Stanley, L., See Violette, D.M., 15:2447 

Stanley, W., Demand-side bidding: the non-participant test and eco- 
nomic efficiency, 15:2378 (RA;US) 

Stanton, S.E., Analysis of a local transient control action by partial 
energy functions, 15:3041 (J;US) 

Stark, E.E. Jr., Technology transfer, 15:818 (J;US) 

Startzman, R.A., See Grimmett, T.T.. 15:1093 

Stassen, G., Potential for renewable energy applications in South- 
ern Africa, 15:1077 (BA;GB) 

Slav ins, R.N., Harnessing market forces to protect the environment, 
15:1849 (J;US) 

Stavrou, J., Impact of the Tax Reform Act of 1986 on district heating 
and cooling systems, 15:1477 (R;US) 

Stearns, R.D., See Chartier, V.L., 15:1769 

Steemers, T.C., See Lewis, J.O., 15:1782 

Stefano, M., Industrial cooperation in the field of LPG, 15:940 (B;US) 

Steigelmann, W.H., Assessment of commercial and industrial co- 
generation potential in the Pacific Northwest, 15:2937 (R;US) 

Steigelmann, W.J., Use of the ASSESS computer program for 
least-cost utility planning, 15:2439 (RA;US) 

Steinberger-WHIms, R., Employment effects of renewable energy 
systems and energy conservation in a district in Northwest Ger- 
many, 15:1543 (BA;GB) 

Steinbruner, J.D., The purpose and effect of deep strategic force 
reductions, 15:1610 (BA;US) 

Stensaas, S.S., See Andrews, C.L., 15:363 

Stepan, I.E., See LaRue, D.M., 15:573 

Steppacher, L., Cape Cod Aquifer Management Project (CCAMP): 
demonstration of a geographic information system for ground 
water protection, 15:1369 (R;US) 

Stern, F., SeeCooney, K., 15:294 

Stern, F.D., See Haberl, J.S., 15:1 174 

Stern, K.M., Modifying process operations in response to innovative 
pricing, 15:2060 (RA;US) 

Stern, P.L., NNEPS (National Network for Environmental Policy 
Studies) final report: EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) 
Region 1 wellhead-protection efforts. Technical report (Final), 
15:2831 (R;US) 



sterrett, H., toaa reduction ana operational perrormance or com- 
mercial cool storage systems, 15:2372 (RA;US) 

Steudtner, E., See Sterrett, R., 15:2372 

Stevens, P., Energy demand - prospects and trends, 15:639 (B;GB) 

Stevenson, G.G., The prospects for coal briquetting in the Third 
World, 15:2651 (J;GB) 

Stevenson, M.G., Energy security in a competitive world, 15:2181 
(R;US) 

Steward, J.C., Environmental Information Management Plan, 
15:1 384 (R;US) 

Stewart, D.A., The cost of environmental compliance, 15:1842 
(BA;US) 

Stewart, E.L.B. Jr., The U.S.-Canada Free Trade Agreement, 
15:1 253 (BA;US) 

Stewart, J.R., See Abbott, J.R., 15:676 
See Choi, S.S., 15:1 004 

Stewart, R.P., New York State Energy Office's experience with 
retrofit cogeneration under the Institutional Conservation Pro- 
gram, 1 5:2707 (BA;US) 

Stlllings, R.M., SeeSabula, G.D., 15:2146 

Stockard, P.M., See Nielsen, EX., 15:1738 

Stockwell, A., Transoil technology for heavy oil transportation, 
15:1 248 (BA;US) 

Stoffle, R.W., Native American interpretation of cultural resources in 
the area of Yucca Mountain, Nevada, 15:1337 (R;US) 

Stoft, S., See Ruderman, H., 15:147 

Stohr, W., See Muegge, H., 15:749 

Stokely, E., Public's right to information: An independent safety as- 
sessment of Department of Energy nuclear reactor facilities, 
1 5:829 (R;US) 

Stone, J.C., See Dantzig, G.B., 15:2665 

Stonefield, D.H., See Mathai, C.V., 15:84 

Stoops, J.L., Performance monitoring protocols, 15:1788 (R;US) 

Strait, J., Tests of full scale SSC R and D dipole magnets, 15:1925 
(J;US) 

Strang, W.M., See Sachdev, M.S., 15:674 

Stratton, R.C., SeeBrambley, M.R., 15:1123 

Stremel, J., Marginal operating costs: is system lambda enough?, 
1 5:2036 (RA;US) 

Strenge, D.L, See Higley, K.A., 15:2787 

Stretch, C.C., Tax Reform Act of 1986 - Check list of provision af- 
fecting energy equipment and systems, 15:748 (BA;US) 

Strlckler, G., See Sterrett, R., 15:2372 

Stroem, S., See Longva, S., 15:302 

Stubbs, J., Platform design must accommodate record capacity, 
15:13(J;US) 

Stucky, L.D., See Anderson, K.J., 15:2271 

Stultz-Karim, S.P., The effect of uncertainty in petroleum reserves 
estimates on Hotelling's economics of exhaustible resources, 
15:1 659 (BA;US) 

Subroto, H.D., OPEC's November agreement and the future of the 

oil market, 15:2013 (J;AT) 
Plans for revitalizing OPEC, 15:2020 (J;AT) 

Suchanek, A.J., New diversity shown for the ART process, 15:1254 
(B;US) 

Sueda, ML, New energy development, 15:2285 (RA;US) 

Sun, B., Regional analysis of the production technology in the US 
manufacturing industry, 1955-1976, 15:1096 (D;US) 

Sullivan, C.W., SeeTaft, E.P., 15:30 

Sullivan, P., Issues in the international economics of industrial mo- 
bilization and surge for crisis in an interdependent world, 
15:1 090 (R;US) 

Sullivan, R.L., Measuring outage probabilities, 15:2043 (RA;US) 
See Kirsch, L.D., 15:525 

Sumi, D., See Coates, B., 15:882 

Sunaga, M., See Haruki, H., 15:2725 

Sundin, D.S., See Seta, J.A., 1 5:393 

Sunwoo, H.B., The prospect for LNG business in Korea, 15:939 
(B;US) 

Surdut, R.J., SeeSabula, G.D., 15:2146 

Surdut, S.E., SeeSabula, G.D., 15:2146 

Surrey, J., The UK priorities for energy RD are changing, 1 5:747 (J;IT) 



ana i^reai tsritain: a comparative analysis, 10:1 noa 
Sussman, M.R., Regulatory constraints on co-combustion, 15:2211 

(J;US) 
Sutherland, R.J., The emerging market for independently produced 

power, 15:2341 (R;US) 

Suyderhoud, J.P., See Browne, S.H., 15:1810 
Suzuki, M., See Manser, P., 15:1674 

Suzuki,Atsuyuki, Some important points of argument on global en- 
ergy, 15:2752 (J;JP;ln Japanese) 
Svoboda, J., Hazardous-waste enforcement in Illinois, Fiscal year 

1987. Report for 1 July 1986-30 June 1987, 15:587 (R;US) 
Swain, C., The international fuels report. Supply/price trends and 

forecasts, 1988, 15:870 (B;US) 
Swanson, S., Regulatory perspective on integrated value-based 

planning (IVP), 15:1682 (RA;US) 
Swartzman, D., See Bierma, T.J., 15:1358 
Sweeney, L.E., GPU's experience with curtailable loads, 15:2064 

(RA;US) 
Swezey, B.G., Role of comparative technology costing methods in 

achieving least cost electricity supply, 15:2422 (RA;US) 
Swift, G.W., See Mohamed, E.A., 15:996 
Swink, D.F., Leveraging coal exports with technology, 15:1267 

(BA;US) 

Sykes, A., See Littlechild, S., 15:1977 
Sykes, R.I., See Lewellen, W.S., 15:245 

Szladow, A.J., Kinetics of heavy oil/coal coprocessing, 15:91 (J;US) 
Szpunar, C.B., See Dials, G.E., 15:885 



Tabors, R.D., A framework for Integrated Resource Planning, 

15:3052 (J;US) 

Coal to natural gas seasonal fuel switching, 15:2026 (J;US) 
Utility experience with real time rates, 15:2124 (J;US) 
See Daryanian, B., 15:3033 
See Schweppe, F.C., 15:2133, 15:2457 

Tabors, R.O., See Scwheppe, F.C., 15:1042 

Tackett, R.K., The use of direct pumping and hydraulic turbines in 
thermal storage systems, 15:1178 (BA;US) 

Tatt, E.P., Comparative assessment of fish protection alternatives 

for fossil and hydroelectric facilities, 15:29 (RA;US) 
Laboratory and field evaluations of fish protection systems for use 
at hydroelectric power plants: study update, 15:30 (RA;US) 

Tatt, S.O., See Poggio, A.J., 15:111,15:1127.15:2920 

Taiml, K.I., Model provisions for DOE Federal Facility Agreements, 
15:2789 (RA;US) 

Taine, B., See Herrouin, G., 15:2568 

Taisne, J.P., See Billon, V.C., 15:1299 
SeeMazzoldi, F., 15:1764 

Tajaddodl, F.Y., See Sachdev, M.S., 15:674 

Takahashl, P.K., See Browne, S.H., 15:1810 

Takayama, T., See Hashimoto, H., 15:791 

Takemichi, S., See Maruyama, T., 15:921 

Tamby, J.P., Q'HARM - A harmonic powerflow program for small 
power systems, 15:1032 (J;US) 

Tamura, A.T., Yucca Mountain Project bibliography, July-December 
1988: An update: Civilian Radioactive Waste Management Pro- 
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Yucca Mountain Project bibliography, January-June 1988: An up- 
date: Civilian Radioactive Waste Management Program, 15:612 
(R;US) 

Tamura, Y., See Yorino, N., 15:3050 

Tan, O.T., See Richards, G.G., 15:1720 

Tao, Y., See Wang, Z., 15:1263 

Tardlff, M.F., See Biasing, T.J., 15:758 

Tasdemiroglu, E., Sustainability of fossil fuels and alternative ener- 
gies for Turkey, 15:2027 (J;GB) 

Tay, J.H., Sludge ash as lightweight concrete material, 1 5:2571 (J;US) 

Taylor, D.C., Economic impacts of irrigation load management con- 
trols, 15:1047 (J;US) 

Taylor, E.F. Jr., Pioneering process to develop energy conservation 
programs, 15:2435 (RA;US) 



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Taylor, J.C., Environmental challenges for the lead-zinc industry 
15:1196(J;US) 

Taylor, R., See Buchanan, S., 15:1741 

Taylor, R.W., See Reddoch, T.W., 15:1060 

Taylor, Z.T., Commercial building end-use intensities and load 
shapes based on the ELCAP sample of end-use metered build- 
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See Hadley, D.L, 15:2551 
See Marsh, S.J., 15:2608 
See McQuiston, F.C., 15:471 

Teal, R.F., Estimating the cost impacts of transit-service contracting. 
Final report, 15:239 (R;US) 

Teall, H.D., Empirical study of the ability of Canadian oil and gas 
companies' reserves disclosures to account for relative changes 
in common stock prices, 15:3009 (D;CA) 

Teeters, S.W., See Biasing, T.J., 15:758 

Telssler-du-Cros, E., Production and improvement of productivity of 
forest biomass in the European community, 15:1 800- (BA;US) 

Tembo, M.S., Conceptualization of appropriate technology in Lun- 
dazi district of rural Zambia, 15:1420 (D;US) 

Tempchin, R., Electric utility planning in light of global climate 
change concerns, 1 5:2373 (RA;US) 

Templet, J.D., See Stewart, D.A., 15:1842 

Teotla, A., Comparative analysis of energy data bases for house- 
hold residential and transportation energy use, 15:737 (R;US) 

Ternes, M.P., The National Fuel Gas End-Use Efficiency Field Test: 
Experimental plan, 15:272 (R;US) 

Tetreault, M.A., Energy policy and the Reagan administration, 
15:1 979 (J;US) 

Thallam, R.S., Harmonic impedance and harmonic interaction of an 
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Theilacker, J.C., Operational experiences of the Tevatron, 15:816 
(BA;US) 

Thomas, A.H., SeeLederer, C.C., 15:1949 

Thomas, A.W., Stochastic impacts on farming: III. Simulation of 
seasonal variation of climatic risk, 15:431 (J;US) 

Thomas, D.E., Prediction of electromagnetic field and current tran- 
sients in power transmission and distribution systems, 15:1297 
(J;US) 

Thomas, M.G., See Jones, G.J., 15:220 
See Post, H.N., 15:2919 

Thomas, R.J., [Technical support services for conservation and re- 
newable energy]: Final report, 15:1 166 (R;US) 

Thomashow, M., See Karlan, J., 15:852 

Thompson, C.R., Sae Olszyk, D.M., 15:87 

Thompson, D., See Hammond, E., 15:2470 
See Helm, D., 15:2482 
See Henney, A., 15:2588 

Thompson, J.C., See Reed, J.H., 15:1768 

Thompson, LB, Strategic air defense, 15:2930 (B;US) 

Thompson, L.B., Emergence of American central nuclear strategy, 
1945-1984, 15:1 158 (D;US) 

Thompson, R.S., Use of after-tax investments in project evaluation, 
1 5:2330 (BA;US) 

Thompson, W.W. Jr., See Lehr, J.C., 15:1 136 

Thomson, J.T., Institutional constraints on the transfer of agricul- 
tural and complementary resource-conservation technologies 
appropriate for semi-arid Africa, 15:439 (R;US) 

Thorne, O.K., See Adibi, M.M., 15:687 

Thornton, K.P., See Makram, E.B., 15:1750 

Thorpe, R.K., See Yow, J.L Jr., 15:2624 

Thorsness, C.B., See Britton, J.A., 15:917 

Thukral, K., SeeSatsangi, P.S., 15:2469 

Tlbbltt, N.C.T., See Petterson, M.E., 15:329 

Tichler, J.L., Eleventh international CODATA conference, scientific 
and technical data in a new era, Karlsruhe, Federal Republic of 
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(R;US) 

Tlcknor, M., See Nadel, S.M., 15:2371 

Tidd, J.M., Development of Soviet interest in east-west energy co- 
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Tierney, S.F., Regulatory perspective on interruptible rates, 15:2067 
(RA;US) 

Tlkhodeev, N.N., See Rudakova, V.M., 15:1288 



Tims, J.M., See McArragher, J.S., 15:42 

Tirtgsanchali, T., Optimum diversion plan for hydropower scheme, 

15:2572 (J;US) 
TSngwu, Zhang, Urban energy supply and utilization in China, 

15:2760 (RA;US) 
Tinson, R., Potential for third party financing in Europe, 15:2278 

(BA;GB) 

Tirman, J.L., International monitoring for peace, 15:449 (J;US) 
Tirpak, D.A., See Smith, J.B., 15:1372, 15:1373, 15:1374 
Titus, F.B., Effects of the proposed EPA groundwater standards on the 

Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action Project, 15:2190 (RA;US) 
Todd, D.M., See , 15:1172 

See Henneforth, J.C., 15:1172 
Todd, T.R., Making an energy conservation program work, 15:2610 

(BA;US) 
Toemoery, T., State of the governmental support in ISES-member 

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Toft, M., Joint development of consistent bulk transmission outage 

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15:1 796 (J;US) 

Too, J.R., SeeGaggioli, R.A., 15:1320 
Toquam, J., See Moore, C., 15:1976 
Torrens, I.M., Acid rain legislation, 15:592 (BA;GB) 
Torrle, R., 2025: soft energy futures for Canada - 1988 update, 

1 5:638 (B;CA) 
Torries, T., Mineral project selection and economic development: 

the case of Namibia, 15:1903 (J;US) 
Totter dale, R.L., Power plant productivity/information systems focus 

in the 90's, 15:1310 (BA;US) 
Totto, L., See Danker, M., 15:730 

See Fesharaki, F., 15:1474 
Towler, B.F., Analysis helps determine farm-in fractional interest, 

15:908 (J;US) 

Townsend, H-, US Army participation in shared energy savings con- 
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Townsley, Mike., Nuclear power - fiend or FoE?, 15:1141 (J;GB) 
Toy, W.M., Waste minimization in the automotive repair industry, 

15:1888 (J;US) 

Trad, J.B., See Boice, D.G., 15:1746 
Traeger, R., Plumbing the earth's depth, 15:191 (J;US) 
Tramutola, T., Two-part pricing in real-time, 15:2058 (RA;US) 
Traub, R.J., Financial impact of implementing draft ANSI Standard 

N13.30, performance criteria for radiobioassay, 15:2801 (R;US) 
Traylor, R.C., High electric load growth, 15:2245 (BA;US) 
Traynor, P.J., See Nielsen, E.K., 15:1738 
Treacy, S.D., The Minerals Management Service bowhead whale 

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Treado, S.J., Illumination conditions and task visibility in daylit 

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Trefny, F.J., See Whipple, DP., 15:2943 
Trenel, K., See Reinicke, K.M., 15:3016 
Tretter, M.J., See Muralidhar, K., 15:2105 
Trettln, R., Generating savings through interruptible rates, 15:2706 

(BA;US) 

Trezos, T., Risk and benefits assessment of long and short term ca- 
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Trlbken, B.E., See Steigelmann, W.J., 15:2439 
Trlponey, G., See Gay, J.C., 15:327 
Trockl, L., An energy atlas of five Central American countries, 

15:479 (R;US;ln English, Spanish) 
Trollux, J., See Stefano, M., 15:940 
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Inventory of biomass facilities in Illinois, 15:726 (R;US) 
True, W.R., New construction plans up, 15:654 (J;US) 
Truitt, R.C., Opportunities to protect instream flows and wetland 

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Trumble, D., See Brown, M.A., 15:1175 

Tsang, C.P., Determination of load block compositions in load- 
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Tseng, J., DOE environmental compliance policy perspectives and 

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Tsujl, K., See Mitani, Y., 15:1013 
Tucker, E.S., Appetite continues to grow, 1 5:320 (J;GB) 



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Tucker, M.K., Status report vicinity property remedial action stan- 
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Tudron, F.B., Rechargeable lithium battery systems, 15:1192 
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Turanskl, A.J., See Krenelka, T.C., 15:1629 

Turco, R.F., Agricultural impact on ground-water quality. Technical 
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Turl, G.P., Status report for the working group on hazardous and 

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See Fiore.JJ., 15:2215 

Turiel, I., See Ruderman, H., 15:147 

Turner, R.H., Assessment of thermally activated heat pumps with 
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Turner, R.L., See Keith, W.J., 15:794 

Twldell, J., Islands as trend setters, 15:565 (BA;GB) 

Tyler, S., See Wilson, D., 15:148 

Tyron-Hopko, A.K., The 1987 state-by-state assessment of low- 
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Tyrrell, W.W. Jr., See Emmet, P.A., 15:660 

Tysdal, R.G., Mineral resources of the Henry's Lake Wilderness 
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Tzeng, G.H., Energy conservation strategies in urban transportation, 
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Uchtmann, D.L., See Braden, J.B., 15:584 

Udayasen, N., Determination of optimal operation policies for a com- 
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Uematsu, K., Radioactive waste management policy in Japan, 
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Uhlaner, R.T., End-use forecasting models for the agricultural sec- 
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Evaluation of the cost -effective ness of HOV (high occupancy vehi- 
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Ulrlch, J.S., Cogeneration, 15:838 (BA;US) 

Uman, M.A., Natural and artificially-initiated lightning and lightning 

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See Rubinstein, M., 15:2720 

Underwood, D.M., See Windingland, L.M., 15:1447 

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Unzelman, G.H., Octane improvement in the 1990's, 15:1252 (B;US) 

Upton, A.C., See Lave, L.B., 15:100 

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Ursone, R., See Marzetti, P., 15:3077 

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Usoro, P.B., See Schick, I.C., 15:690 

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Uvodic, A., Daugaz, a computerized data base serving the gas in- 
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Vacca', S., See Ascari, S., 15:2983 

Valals, M., Natural gas, 15:1262 (B;US) 

Valdlvla, R., See De La Rosa, F., 15:1035 

Valentine, C.K., See Biasing, T.J., 15:758 

Valentine, G.E., See Harper, S.R., 15:1897 

Van Brunt, R.J., Research for electric energy systems: An annual 

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van den Berg, J.M., Cogeneration in Europe, 15:1941 (RA;US) 



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Van Eeckhout, E., Central American resource studies, 15:1894 
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Van Meeteren, H.P., See Bacher, R., 15:1007 
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VanCutsem, T., SeeXue, Y., 15:1718 

VandenBergh, R.H., See Walker, D.L, 15:1926 

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Vandyopadhyaya, C., Productivity and technical change: US high- 
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VanHeneqouwen, R.B., SeeBoeren, E.G., 15:1994 

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Varshneya, A.K., See Bhargava, A., 15:810 

Vasquez, R., See Miller, R.J., 15:1653 

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Vejins, V., See Kusik, C.L., 15:2901 

Vejlns, V.R., See Kusik, C.L, 15:943 

Velazquez, R., See DelaRosa, F., 15:1759 

Venditti, P., See Donate, A., 15:1602 

Ventre, G.G., See LaHart, D.E., 15:2150 

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Verkoczy, B., See Reichert. C., 15:503 

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OPEC needs help from other exporters to balance market, 15:655 
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Vlljanen, A., See Pirjola, R., 15:1765 

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Vincent, B., See O'Neill, M.L., 15:2416 

Vine, E., An evaluation of energy conservation programs for new 

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Evaluating energy and non-energy impacts of energy conservation 
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Nationwide survey of energy conservation in colleges and univer- 
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15:1 950 (R;US) 

Planning for an energy-efficient future: The experience with imple- 
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Planning for an energy-efficient future: The experience wrth imple- 
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See Ritschard, R., 15:145 

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Violette, D.M., Energy savings and self-selection bias: application 

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See Peterson, D.C. Jr., 15:31 

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Vollo, S.D., Solar energy for utilization in a Georgia rest area (space 
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Von Gonten, W.D., Petroleum education in the People's Republic of 
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Vournas, C.D., SeeContaxis, G.C., 15:2122 

Vovos, N.A., See Giannakopoulos, G., 15:977 

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Vu, K., See Liu, C.C., 15:1766 

Vyas, A.D., Minority Transportation Expenditures Allocation Model 
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Wacker, G., Customer cost of electric service interruptions, 1 5:3048 

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Farm losses resulting from electric service interruptions, 15:2128 
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Waddle, D.B., [Energy projects in the Dominican Republic]: Foreign 

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[Power sector integrated efficiency program]: Foreign trip report, 

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[Solar energy technology transfer, Guatemala City, Guatemala 
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Waelder, M.E., See Mishoe, J.W., 15:1807 

Wagenen, D.V., See McCarthy, P.M., 15:2393 

Wagner, E., See Plewa, M.J., 15:2549 

Wagner, R.D. Jr., Offshore rig outlook may improve in 3-5 years, 
1 5:2002 (J;US) 

Wakefield, G.H., See Kass, R., 15:2303 

Wakefield, R.A., See Rogers, M.B., 15:2775, 15:2776 

Walb, C., See Harrison, F.D., 15:469 

Walck, M.C., Seismic attenuation models of Asian explosions 
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Waldstein, A.S., See Thomson, J.T., 15:439 

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(RA;US) 

Walker, D.H., Supermarket refrigeration modeling and field demon- 
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Walker, D.L., SMES conductor design, 15:1926 (J;US) 

Walker, S., Drilling related performance, 15:1094 (BA;US) 

Wallace, B., See Brown, G., 15:357, 15:358, 15:359 

Wallace, B.W., See Grametbauer, G.L., 15:778 

Wallace, C.J., See Walter, D.K., 15:1328 

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Wallgura, A.J., See Marcuse, W., 15:1 151 

Walsh, A.C., Sisterhood in the oil field: informal support networks, 
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Walsh, T.E., See Loyd, R.J., 15:1927 



Walter, O.K., Biofuels and municipal solid waste, 15:1328 (BA;US) 
Biofuels and municipal waste technology a national perspective, 
15:1995 (BA;US) 

Walters, D.V., See Buckius, R.O., 15:2952 

Walther, R.J., Assessing the value of service reliability, 15:2047 

(RA;US) 
See Mobasheri, F., 1 5:2359 

Walton, G.N., Thermal and economic analysis of three HVAC (heat- 
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Wang, C.C., See Cohen, A.I., 15:1300 

Wang, H., See Wang, S., 15:926 

Wang, L, Approximate confidence bounds on Monte Carlo simula- 
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SeeGaggioli, R.A., 15:1320 

Wang, L.K., Drinking water standards and regulations. Volume 3. 

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Drinking-water standards and regulations. Volume 4. Manual for 

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Standards and guides of water treatment and water-distribution 
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Wang, M.H.S., See Wang, L.K., 15:383, 15:384, 15:385, 15:1357 

Wang, S., The coal-water slurry combustion technology and its ap- 
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Wang, X., Equivalent energy function approach to power system 
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Wang, Z., Coking industry and it's prospect in China, 15:1263 (BA;US) 

Warashina, S., See Kojima, Y., 15:3064 

Warchol, J.J., See Vecci, S.J., 15:935 

Ward, K.J., See Culpepper, R.L., 15:2609 

Ward, R., See Azancot, M., 15:1249 

Ware, L.E., See Garg, V.K., 15:2125 

Warner, J.D., Tin occurrences near Rocky Mountain (Lime Peak), 
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Warner, K.L., Can heat pumps compete with gas furnaces? Results 
of the California heat pump and gas furnace comparison project, 
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Warren, A., US experience with third party financing [for energy sav- 
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Warren, Andrew, Saving megabucks by saving megawatts, 15:1344 
(BA;GB) 

Warren, J.E., The evaluation of oil and gas plays, 15:2327 (BA;US) 

Warren, L., See Hutton, S., 15:1343 

Warren, M., See Commes, G.A., 15:980 
See Comnes, G.A., 15:1518 

Warren, W., See Buchanan, S., 15:1741 

Warrlck, R.A., Greenhouse effect: impacts and policies, 15:1857 
(J;US) 

Wasserf alien, W., Gasoline consumption and the stock of motor vehi- 
cles. An empirical analysis for the Swiss economy, 15:318 (J;GB) 

Watanabe, E.H., See Caldeira, P.P.A., 15:539 
See Roitman, M., 15:1736 

Wathen, G., DSM down under, 15:2382 (RA;US) 

Watklns, D.R., See Young, J.D., 15:2785 

Watkins, G.C., Overview of the Canadian natural gas industry. Final 
report, January-October 1987, 15:903 (R;CA) 

Watson, A.P., SeeCarnes, S.A., 15:2900 

Watson, J.G. Jr., See Mathai, C.V., 15:84 

Watts, R.L., Encouraging the initiation of invention/innovation, 
15:1132 (BA;US) 

Wawrzinek, J., See Lenz, U., 15:912 

Weaver, D.C., See Williams, J. A., 15:106 

Weber, H., See Welfonder, E., 15:1721 

Weeks, A., See Harrison, F.D., 15:469 

Weenig, W.H., Social network approach to promote energy conser- 
vation in neighbourhoods, 15:1466 (BA;GB) 

Welgle, M.A., Technology and society: ideological implications of in- 
formation and computer technologies in the Soviet Union, 
15:1919 (D;US) 

Weigle, T.G., New organizational responses to the changing transit 
environment, 15:289 (R;US) 



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Wolf 



Wein, W., Degeneration plant I of Stadtwerke Duisburg AG - The 
first-ever use of "circulating atmospheric fluidized-bed combus- 
tion" in a public utility, 15:855 (BA;US) 

Weinberg, A.C., SeeMaas, R.P., 15:254 

Weinstock, E.V., See Sanders, K.E., 15:1152 

Weisman, D.L., Protecting the right to be served by regulated utili- 
ties subject to competition, 15:2717 (BA;US) 

Weissman, J.M., See Pollard, S.M., 15:2162 

Wekken, A.V.D., See Roerfzema, A., 15:434 

Welch, D., Internationalism, 15:2246 (BA;US) 

Weltonder, E., Investigations of the frequency and voltage depen- 
dence of load part systems using a digital self-acting measuring 
and identification system, 15:1721 (J;US) 

Welsch, HL, Cost comparison of alternative policies for sulphurdioxide 
control. The case of the British power plant sector, 15:258 (J;GB) 

Wene, C.-O., Using a comprehensive model for community plan- 
ning, 15:2471 (BA;GB) 

Wenzel, A.E., See Lipinsky, E.S., 15:650 

Wernstedt, K., Wetlands and waste-water management: Questions, 
answers, advice, and guidance. Technical report, 15:281 9 (R;US) 

Wertz, K., Federal and state taxation of highway diesel fuel: admin- 
istration and compliance, 15:902 (R;US) 

West, J., Combustion control of waste burning, 15:623 (BA;US) 

West, R.E., Economic analysis of solar thermal energy systems, 
15:1345 (B;US) 

Westervelt, E.T., Applying energy-conservation retrofits to standard 
army buildings: project design and initial energy data. Final re- 
port, 1 5:462 (R;US) 

Westkaemper, H., See Steinberger-Willms, R., 15:1543 

Westsik, J.H., Steam-injected gas turbines for moderate size power 
generation, 15:1050 (BA;US) 

Wetherington, G.R., See Reed, J.H., 15:1293, 15:1710 

Wett, J.F., See Chi, J.W.H., 15:1435 

Wharton, J.B., Rate manager's perespective: theory to practice, 

1 5:2063 (RA; US) 
Rate manager's perspective: theory to practice, 15:2040 (RA;US) 

Wheeler, C.L., See Winsor, R.E., 15:783 

Whipple, D.P., Current electric system operating problems from a 
cog enerator's viewpoint, 15:2943 (J;US) 

White, A.L., Resource recovery facility siting: Recommendations for 
economic and other equity adjustments: Final report, 15:1777 
(R;US) 

White, D.C., See Tabors, R.D., 15:3052 

White, D.J., Strategies for improving energy efficiency and energy 
management in smaller businesses, 15:1464 (BA;GB) 

White, D.L., See Brown, M.A., 15:1175 

White, J.E., Guide for licensing evaluations using CRAC2: A com- 
puter program for calculating reactor accident consequences, 
1 5:756 (R;US) 

White, J.R., See Van, T.Y., 15:719 

White, L.J., See Rogers, M.B., 15:2775, 15:2776 

White, T., See Pratt, R., 15:1776 

Whiting, R.L., Application of electrical submersible pumps in natural 
and artificial water-drive reservoirs, 15:1246 (BA;US) 

Whitman, D.L., SeeZaid, A.M., 15:2322 

Whitman, M.F., Effects of the Low-Level Waste Policy Amendments 
Act of 1985 on nuclear utilities' strategies, 15:1603 (RA;US) 

Whlttlesey, N., Economic study of the potential for water markets in 
Idaho. Report for 1 May 1985-30 April 1987, 15:432 (R;US) 

Wicks, J., Pros and cons of negotiated rates, 15:2045 (RA;US) 

Widen, W.C., Project WANT - Women's Access to Nuclear Technol- 
ogy, a successful industry/ education partnership, 15:1425 (J;US) 

Wfegart, N., Inhomogeneous field breakdown in GIS.(gas insulated 
switchgear). The prediction of breakdown probabilities and volt- 
ages. Part III, 15:1036 (J;US) 

Wiegman, S.A., See Bracken, E.A., 15:1195 

Wiel, S., Regulation of utility long-range planning, 15:1687 (RA;US) 

Wieringa, D., See Moore, C., 15:1976 

Wlese, K., See Thomson, J.T., 15:439 

Wiggins, C.M., See Thomas, D.E., 15:1297 

Wljesinghe, A.M., See Yow, J.L Jr., 15:2624 

Wiietllleke. I Outlook for refinina in Asian and develooina coun- 



See Warner, K.L, 15:2417 

Wilde, R.T., See Yeasted, J.G., 15:2788 

Wilkinson, P.L., An economic and environmental comparison of 
natural gas and coal use for large-scale industrial cogeneration, 
15:1649 (BA;US) 
Benefits and opportunities in residential, commercial and industrial 

natural gas-fired cogeneration, 15:1609 (BA;US) 
Existing and planned cogeneration capacity, 15:948 (BA;US) 
Gas-fired cogeneration, 15:944 (BA;US) 
Public utilities regulatory policy act, 15:848 (BA;US) 

Wilkinson, V.K., Life cycle cost analyses of US Air Force heating 
plants, 15:2749 (R;US) 

Willey, R.G., Water quality modeling of reservoir system operations 
using HEC-5, 15:243 (R;US) 

Williams, D.P., Political economy of coal-mine safety and its contri- 
bution to the theory of the welfare state, 15:3013 (D;US) 

Williams, J.A., Guidelines for using recycled tire carcasses in high- 
way maintenance. Final report, 15:106 (R;US) 

Williams, J.H., Cogeneration energy services, 15:847 (BA;US) 

Williams, K.A., Problems in the economic evaluation of proposed 
projects in emerging energy technologies, 15:1091 (R;US) 

Williams, M., See Wathen, G., 15:2382 

Williams, M.E., Environmental protection agency actions to stimu- 
late use of biotechnology for pollution control and cleanup, 
1 5:426 (BA;US) 

Williams, R., See Anastos, G.J., 15:1386 

Williams, R.M., See Prater, G.S., 15:1625 

Williams, S., SeeCogan, D., 15:1815 

Williamson, G.G., See Bilanin, A.J., 15:185 

Wlllig, R.D., Competitive pricing and regulatory reform, 15:2037 
(RA;US) 

Willis, J.R., See De Mello, P.P., 15:993 

Wlllson, J.D., See Nielsen, E.K., 15:1738 

Wilmoth, R.C., See Cain, W.C., 15:583 

Wilson, D., Energy conservation policies for buildings in OECD 
countries: did they succeed?, 15:148 (RA;US) 

Wilson, J.W., Who pays for sunk costs, 15:170 (B;US) 

Wilson, N.H.M., See Weigle, T.G., 15:289 

Wilson, R., Efficient and competitive rationing. Technical report, 

15:352(R;US) 
See Moore, C., 15:1976 

Wilson, S.C., Transportation energy. Research report, 1 5:868 (R;US) 

Wilson, T., See Fesharaki, F., 15:1474 

Windingland, L.M., Installation-wide energy-conservation demon- 
stration at Fort McClellan, Alabama. Final report, 15:1447 (R;US) 

Windle, R.J., See Caves, D.W., 15:983, 15:1693, 15:2069, 15:2679, 
15:3018 

Wingert, R.C., Geophysical survey and commercial fishing conflicts, 
environmental studies, and conflict mitigation in the minerals 
management service Pacific OCS Region, 15:2890 (BA;US) 

Wingert, V.L., See Podolak, E.M. Jr., 15:33 

Wlnje, D., See Hansen, K., 15:2251 

Wfnkelman, J.R., See Sauer, P.W., 15:1793 

Winkleman, R., See Marienfeld, C.J., 15:1111 

Winn, C.B., See Sasso, C.A., 15:295 

Winsor, R.E., Development of the DDA 8.2L diesel engine for 1988 
emission standards, 15:783 (B;US) 

Winston, W.E., Geographical load shift and its effect on interchange 
evaluation, 15:688(J;US) 

Winter, C.-J., Solar energy utilization - the revitalization of the world, 
15:1325 (BA;GB) 

Winter, C.J., Hydrogen as an energy carrier, 15:3017 (B;US) 

Winter, J.M., See Bloomfield, H.S., 15:1613 

Wirth, D.A., Keeping the courthouse door open, 15:1861 (J;US) 
See Prickett, G.T., 15:1848 

Witte, M.J., SeeMaloney, D.M., 15:1176 

Witte, P., See Berry, L, 15:1087 

Wittwer, F., See Brand, K.P., 15:1039 

Wolak, F.A., Measuring relative market power in the Western U.S. 
coal market using Shapley values, 15:2024 (J;NL) 

Wolf. D.A., See Blasina. T.J.. 15:758 



Third party financing: a novel method of accelerating energy effi- 
ciency investments, 15:2277 (BA;GB) 

Wolff, G.T., Scientific and technical issues facing post-1 987 ozone 
control strategies: a conference summary, 15:85 (J;US) 

Wollenberg, B.F., See Ejebe, G.C., 15:991 
See Kirschen, D.S., 15:1813 
See Prince, W.R., 15:3043 

Wolsky, A.M., Applications of high temperature superconductivity, 
1 5:609 (BA;US) 

Wong, P., See Abbott, J.R., 15:676 

Wood, D., See Ruderman, H., 15:147 

Wood, D.J., See Ruderman, H., 15:2261 

Wood, R.M., See Lee, K.L, 15:1946 

Wood, W., See Bhavaraju, M.P., 15:3038 

Woodard, A.G., Federal hazard ranking system (Mitre Model): im- 
proving its use with multi-attribute decision analysis, 15:1108 
(D;US) 

Woodard, K., Prospects for China's petroleum trade and invest- 
ment, 1 5:2967 (RA;US) 

Woods, T.J., Economic factors controlling drilling activity, 15:1652 

(BA;US) 

The long-term trends in US gas supply and prices: The 1988 GRI 
baseline projection of US energy supply and demand to 2010: 
Gas Research Insights, 15:1632 (R;US) 
The sensitivity of U.S. gas supply outlook to changes in price or 

demand, 15:2335 (BA;US) 
SeeHoltberg, P.O., 15:1191 

Woodward, W.S., SeeGarg, V.K., 15:2125 

Worel, J., See Prahl, R., 15:2369 

Workman, D.M., Extending the Innes Field life by cost effective sub- 
sea technology, 15:328 (B;US) 

Workman, J.W., Activities of the Office of Strategic and International 
Minerals, 15:2908 (BA;US) 

Worsick, J., Impact of energy prices on Alberta's economic outlook, 
1 5:1546 (J;GB) 

Wortman, A.D., Low temperature air supply with thermal storage, 
15:1 056 (BA;US) 

Wright, H., See Marienfeld, C.J., 15:1 1 1 1 

Wright, J.D., See Thompson, R.S., 15:2330 

Wright, S.E., See Thomas, D.E., 15:1297 

Wu, CJ., See Hsu, Y.Y., 15:1003 

Wu, C.T., The intermountain power project 1 600 MW HVDC trans- 
mission system, 15:707 (J;US) 

Wu, F.F., Detection of topology errors by state estimation, 15:1733 

(J;US) 
See Papalexopoulos, A.D., 15:1755, 15:2723 

Wu, R.N., An investigation of the accuracy and the characteristics of 
the Peak-Shaving Method applied to production cost calcula- 
tions, 15:3051 (J;US) 

Wyatt, A., Electricity in Canada, 15:339 (J;GB) 

Wyczalek, F.A., Electric vehicles, magnetic levitation and supercon- 
ductive levitation in Japan, 15:1135 (BA;US) 



Van, T.Y., Economics of electric power generation options and sulfur 
oxide emission control, 15:719 (BA;US) 

Yancy, M.S., Evaluation of the initial implementation of the Compre- 
hensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability 
Act of 1 980: Effect of the withholding of documents by the Envi- 
ronmental Protection Agency from Congress in 1982-83, 
15:2896 (D;US) 

Yang, C.Y., See Kang, K.Y., 15:1074 

Yang, H.T., Incorporating a multi-criteria decision procedure into the 
combined dynamic programming/production simulation algo- 
rithm for generation expansion planning, 15:1734 (J;US) 

Yap, C.M., See Ang, B.W., 15:637 

Yard, D.F., See Dancy, J.R., 15:2323 

Yarlagadda, P.S., Methane activation by solid superacids - Review, 
15:1504 (J;US) 

Yarrow, G., Regulatory issues in the electricity supply industry, 
15:2627 (BA;GB) 

Yeast ed, J.G., Complex environmental requirements compel logical 
approach: The CERCLA Comprehensive Environmental Re- 
sponse, Compensation, and Liability Act) framework at Fernald, 
15:2788 (RA;US) 

Yee, L., See Kennedy, W.O., 15:1037 

Yen-Wood, W., See Eto, J.H., 15:2093 

Yeransian, T., See Heisler, S.L., 15:574 

Yin, C.K., See Mazumdar, M., 15:1749 

Yin, H., See Civanlar, S., 15:706 

Yip, W.K., SeeTay, J.H., 15:2571 

Yokoe, J.M., See De Almeida, A.T., 15:700 

Yokoyama, R., See Yorino, N., 15:3050 

Yorlno, N., A generalized analysis method of auto-parametric reso- 
nances in power systems, 15:3050 (J;US) 

Yosle, T.F., Environmental challenges will need cooperative solu- 
tions, 1 5:657 (J;US) 

Young, C.E., SeeCrowder, B.M., 15:579 
See Piper, S., 15:2547 

Young, D.P.T., OPEC stability and oil-price behavior, 1 5:1272 (D;GB) 

Young, J., See Heisler, S.L., 15:574 
See Lynette, R., 15:1530 

Young, J.D., Remedial technology screening method, 15:2785 
(RA;US) 

Young, R.E., SeeAdamus, P.R., 15:1799 

Youssef, H.K., New transmission planning model, 15:1724 (J;US) 

Yow, J.L. Jr., Repository Technology Program activities, FY 1988, 
15:2624 (R;US) 

Yu, J.P., The impact of new tax reforms on the oil and gas industry, 
15:1648 (BA;US) 

Yu, O.S., Structural changes in the US business environment and 
electricity markets-potential lessons for China, 15:2764 (RA;US) 

Yu, T.C., See Yu, J.P., 15:1648 

Yuan, Y.C., Guidelines supplement and RESRAD code, 15:2196 
(RA;US) 

Yuen, A., See Barrie, D., 15:3039 

Yusht, Mao, The US energy economy after energy crises, 15:2769 
(RA;US) 



Xla, D., See Wang, S., 15:926 

Xiaodan, Zhang, The energy conservation technique service center 
of Jiangsu-Nanjing, 15:2746 (RA;US) 

Xlques, PJ., Public interface and waste management planning: An 
approach for integrating community involvement in waste strate- 
gies, 1 5:2499 (RA;US) 

Xu, S., Methods of zonation for rural energy resources. Technical re- 
port, 15:545 (R;CN) 

Xu, X., See Feng, J., 15:928 
SeeZeng, R., 15:925 

Xue, Y., Extended equal area criterion justifications, generalizations, 
applications, 15:1718 (J;US) 



Yalclntas, M.G., See Uslu, I., 15:2218 
Yan, H., See Mercede, F., 15:988 



Zaccaie, H., Low- and medium-level waste management in Belgium: 
assessment of volume reduction economics, 15:1607 (RA;US) 

Zaffanella, L.E., See Johnson, G.B., 15:1313 

Zahavl, J., See Ganor, M., 15:3035 

Zald, A.M., Oil supply and demand analysis, 15:2322 (BA;US) 

Zambrano, V.O., See Makram, E.B., 15:1795 

Zantop, H., See Gocht, W., 15:955 

Zanussi, D.E., Refiner/marketer uses futures to manage inventory 
exposure, procure oil, 15:1215 (J;US) 

Zappellinl, G., See Boschi, A., 15:1570 

Zare, M., Simulation approach to the operation of a multiple reser- 
voir and aquifer water resource system, 15:436 (D;AU) 

Zavadll, R.M., See Abbott, J.R., 15:676 

Zaworski, J.R., See Drost, M.K., 15:1787 

Zegers, P., Fuel cell research in Europe, 15:1580 (RA;US) 

Zein, H.M., See Vittal, V., 15:3055 




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Zelinskl, R.W., The hidden link: Energy and economic develop- 
ment: Phase 1, strategic planning: A guidebook for local 
government, 15:2180 (R;US) 

Zeng, fit., Investigations and applications of a pulverized-coal burner 
with precombustion chamber, 1 5:925 (BA;US) 

Zhang, X., Prospect and development of fluidized-bed combustor 

technology in China, 15:781 (BA;US) 
SeeHu, Z., 15:924 

Zhao, L., See Wang, S., 15:926 

Zhao, Z.-D., See Li, X.R., 15:1763 

Zhao-yl, Hu, Electrical energy production and consumption in 
China, 15:2763 (RA;US) 

Zheng, Chinlong, The demand for coal: Taiwan's perspective, 
15:1 082 (R;TW) 

Zheng, H., Study on silviculture techniques of fast-growing fuel- 
wood crops in tropical China. Technical report, 15:544 (R;CN) 

Zhlcheng, C., Fifth annual international Pittsburgh Coal Conference, 
September 1988, 15:1233 (BA;US) 

Zhlyang, L., SeeZhicheng, C., 15:1233 

Zhou, L., See Feng, J., 15:928 

Zhoucnenko, I.A., Changes of the territorial structure of gas de- 
mand and supply, 15:936 (B;US) 

Zhu, K.X., SeeGaggioli, R.A., 15:1320 

Ziemer, R., See Roukos, N., 15:1673 

Zierglebel, H., Efficient energy use-principal source for meeting the 
growing energy demand, 15:477 (J;DD) 



Zlmlnsky, P.V., See Kosstrin, H.M., 15:2154 

Zithmer, MJ., Federal and state impediments to achievement of 
full-restructuring potential, 15:2699(BA;US) 

Zimmerman, DJ., Assistance to states in preparing 1985 NAPAP 
(National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program) emissions in- 
ventory submittals, 15:762 (R;US) 

Zimmerman, G.P., See LaFontaine, H., 15:1778 

Zimmerman, R.O., Micro Grid: A needs assessment technique for 
educational and emergency preparedness programs, 15:301 
(R;US) 

Ziolkowski, L.W., Maximizing the existing potential of new foreign 

markets for anthracite, 15:898 (R;US) 

Maximizing the existing potential of new foreign markets for an- 
thracite: Executive summary, 15:899 (R;US) 

Zirbel, J.L., SeeGunard, K.T., 15:1573, 15:d574 

Zirps, N.A., Waste minimization at Vandenberg Air Force Base - 
cast studies, 15:2784 (RA;US) 

Zirschky, J., Environmental terrorism, 15:121 (J;US) 

Zongxin, Wu, See Daxiong, Qiu, 15:2747 

Zsuffa, L., See Gambles, R.L., 15:2185 

Zuck, D., SeeVig, K., 15:2446 

Zuercher, R., Pacific rim coal trade: A US perspective, 15:1199 
(R;US) 

Zunkel, A.D., See Taylor, J.C., 15:1196 

Zwiebel, K., See Datta, B.N., 15:2496 



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This index is arranged by subject descriptors selected from those assigned to each citation in this publication. Subject 
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ABANDONED SITES 

Federal hazard ranking system (Mitre Model): improving its use 
with multi-attribute decision analysis, 15:1108 (D;US) 

Interregional computable general-equilibrium model of the 
United States with illustrations of regional impacts of acid rain 
pollution-control costs, 15:1845 (D;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study. Vol- 
ume 1 . Introduction and decision-making documentation. 
Final report, 15:375 (R;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study. Vol- 
ume 2. Air assessment: indicator chemicals. Final report, 
15:376 (R;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study. Vol- 
ume 3. Soil assessment: indicator chemicals. Final report, 
15:377 (R;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability 
study. Volume 4. Soil assessment: 2,3,7,8-TCDD 
(tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin). Final report, 15:378 (R;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study. Vol- 
ume 5. Peer review summary: TRC (Technical Review 
Committee) responses. Final report, 15:379 (R;US) 

Management options for power-frequency fields, 15:1855 (J;US) 

Recommendations for future research on national ambient air- 
quality standards for ozone and lead. Final report, 15:380 
(R;US) 

Reduction and power losses in transmission and distribution 
systems, 15:331 (R;US) 

Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE) program: 

draft strategy and program plan. Final report, 15:73 (R;US) 
ABSORPTION REFRIGERATION CYCLE 

Interruptible/curtailable rate programs: issues in the develop- 
ment of customer credits, 1 5:2679 (RA;US) 
AC SYSTEMS 

See also EHV AC SYSTEMS 
HVAC SYSTEMS 

Adequacy evaluation of a small area in a large composite power 
network, 15:2131 (J;US) 

An efficient algorithm for load balancing of transformers and 
feeders by switch operation in large scale distribution sys- 
tems, 15:681 (J;US) 

Development and implementation of an agricultural load man- 
agement project. A case study, 15:978 (J;US) 

Economic and energy indicators. Bi-weekly report, 15:1541 
(R;US) 

Evaluation of a local DC load flow screening method for branch 
contingency selection of overloads, 15:524 (J;US) 

Optimal demand-side response to electricity spot prices for 
storage-type customers, 15:3033 (J;US) 

Spot pricing of electricity, 15:1042 (B;US) 
ACCELERATORS 

Rights and rights of nuclear energy, 15:620 (J;US) 
ACCIDENTAL IRRADIATION 



ACID ELECTROLYTE FUEL CELLS 

Fuel cell research in Europe, 15:1580 (RA;US) 

Fuel cells in transportation, 15:1581 (RA;US) 

National Awards Program for Energy Innovation, 1988: Project 

descriptions, 15:1582 (R;US) 
ACID RAIN 
Acidification 

Quality assurance and quality control plan for the 1 985 NAPAP 
(National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program) emissions 
inventory (November 1988). Report for July 1986-April 1987, 
1 5:763 (R;US) 
Air Pollution 

Superfund exposure assessment manual, 15:1826 (R;US) 
Air Pollution Control 
Future directions in radiation protection in nuclear power plants, 

1 5:429 (BA;US) 

Lead contamination. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 

Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and 

Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundredth 

Congress, December 10, 1987, July 13, 1988, 15:2884 (B;US) 

Sustainability of fossil fuels and alternative energies for Turkey, 

1 5:2027 (J; US) 

Waste reduction, 15:1869 (J;US) 
Air Pollution Monitoring 

SRF (State Revolving Fund) Letter of Credit: how is it used in 
EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) state revolving 
fund program, 15:1365 (R;US) 
Data Processing 

EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) research program guide, 
FY 1 989, October 1 , 1 988-September 30, 1 989, 1 5:764 (R;US) 
Deposition 

Fiscal Year 1987 program report: South Carolina Water Re- 
sources Research Institute, 15:371 (R;US) 
Maryland long-term stream-chemistry monitoring program. Vol- 
ume 1. Program design, 15:370 (R;US) 
Economic Impact 

Environment and energy: an odd duo, 15:1868 (J;US) 
Environmental Effects 

Amends to Ocean Dumping Act. Introduced in the House of 
Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, 
June 30, 1988, 15:2855 (B;US) 
Benefits of environmental controls: Measures, methods, and 

applications: Final report, 15:31 (R;US) 
Guide for licensing evaluations using CRAC2: A computer pro- 
gram for calculating reactor accident consequences, 15:756 
(R;US) 

Environmental Impacts 
Innovative technologies for hazardous waste treatment, 15:1386 

(J;DE) 

Potential effects of global climate change on the United States. 
Volume 2. National studies. Draft. Report to the Congress, 
15:1374 (R;US) 

S. 2458: A Bill to amend the Clean Air Act to establish a pro- 
gram for the control of the emissions of municipal solid waste 
incinerators, to initiate a program for the training of incinerator 



Environmental Policy 

Fuel choices beyond the year 2000, 15:1231 (BA;US) 
Legislation 

Climate change and electric utilities, 15:2375 (RA;US) 
Oil revenues and economic policy in Cameroon, 15:965 (B;US) 
S. 2844: A Bill to provide for radon testing. Introduced in the 
Senate of the United States, One Hundredth Congress, Sec- 
ond Session, September 29, 1988, 15:2846 (B;US) 
Statement of Robert C. Byrd before the subcommittee on Envi- 
ronmental Protection, 15:964 (BA;US) 
Pollution Abatement 

The communication side of environmental control, 1 5:1 846 (J;US) 
Pollution Control 

US - Italian coal water mixture program, 15:1235 (BA;US) 
Pollution Regulations 
Asbestos problem resolution, 15:583 (R;US) 
Status of US EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) 

sludge-incinerator regulations, 15:586 (R;US) 
Regulations 

Climate change and electric utilities, 15:2375 (RA;US) 
Research Programs 

Ground water protection. Joint Hearings before the Subcommit- 
tees on Water Resources, Transportation, and Infrastructure, 
and Hazardous Wastes and Toxic Substances of the Commit- 
tee on Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, 
One Hundredth Congress, Second Session on S. 20, S. 
1105, and H.R. 791, February 23, March 24, and May 17, 
1988, 15:2888 (B; US) 
Review of the Office of Research and Development's proposed 

budget for Fiscal Year 1988. Final report, 15:70 (R;US) 
S. 2867: A Bill to establish national policies and support and en- 
courage international agreements that implement energy and 
natural resource conservation strategies appropriate to pre- 
venting the overheating of the Earth's atmosphere, known as 
the greenhouse effect. Introduced in the Senate of the United 
States, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, 15:2871 
(B;US) 

Risk Assessment 

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA): hazardous 
wastes. January 1970-February 1989 (Citations from the 
NTIS data base). Report for January 1970-February 1989, 
15:1378 (R;US) 
Transfrontier Pollution 
Site owners of liability insurers: who should pay for cleaning up 

hazardous waste?, 15:1854 (J;US) 
Water Pollution 

Evaluation of asbestos levels in two schools before and after as- 
bestos removal. Final report, 15:1833 (R;US) 
Superfund exposure assessment manual, 15:1826 (R;US) 
ACOUSTIC AGGLOMERATORS 

Report of the National Workshop on Instream Biological Moni- 
toring and Criteria held in Lincoln wood, Illinois on December 
2-4, 1987, 1 5:368 (R;US) 
ACQUISITION (DATA) 

See DATA ACQUISITION 
ACTIVITY LEVELS 

ESCAP pushes out a regional energy plan, 15:876 (J;US) 
ADDITIVES 

Implications of the findings of the expedition to investigate the 
ozone hole over the Antarctic. Joint Hearing before the Sub- 
committees on Environmental Protection and Hazardous 
Wastes and Toxic Substances of the Committee on Environ- 
ment and Public Works, United States Senate, One Hundredth 
Congress, First Session, October 27, 1987, 15:2861 (B;US) 
ADENOCARCINOMAS 

See CARCINOMAS 
AFRICA 

See also ALGERIA 

CAMEROON 

EGYPTIAN ARAB REPUBLIC 

KENYA 

LIBYA 



NAMIBIA 
NIGER 
NIGERIA 
SENEGAL 
SOUTH AFRICA 
ZAMBIA 

Energy in the Arab countries, 15:1973 (J;US) 
Environmental impact statements and climate change, 15:1848 

(J;US) 

The slowdown continues, 15:1663 (J;US) 
AGED 

See ELDERLY PEOPLE 
AGREEMENTS 

Oil market developments and their impact on OAPEC member 

countries, 15:2014 (J;AT) 
AGRICULTURAL RESIDUES 

See AGRICULTURAL WASTES 
AGRICULTURAL WASTES 

Capitol hill perspective on environmental compliance at Federal 

facilities, 15:2186 (RA;US) 

Development of a goal-programming model for land-use plan- 
ning with emphasis on wood for energy production in the 
Republic of Cameroon, 15:1535 (D;GB) 
Emergency use of simple inexpensive gasifiers for farms, ma- 
chinery, trucks, and fishing boats, 15:2164 (BA;US) 
Municipal solid waste processing by steam classification (Hol- 

loway process), 15:2463 (BA;US) 

Potential impact of acid-rain legislation on the domestic 
aluminum-smelting industry: methodology and documenta- 
tion, 15:585 (R;US) 

Refinery heat integration using pinch technology, 15:1946 (J;US) 
The economics of production of methanol from biomass in 

Hawaii, 15:1810 (BA;US) 
AGRICULTURE 

See also DAIRY INDUSTRY 

SILVICULTURE 

Hydrogen use as a fuel. January 1970-February 1989 (Citations 
from the NTIS data base). Report for January 1970-February 
1989, 15:1503 (R;US) 
Biomass Plantations 
Wood fuels for domestic space heating: A feasible petroleum 

substitute for wooded remote areas, 15:3076 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
Biotechnology 

Model contract and guidebook for third party financing in Eu- 
rope, 15:1801 (BA;US) 
Chemical Industry 

Fiscal year 1987 program report (Massachusetts Water Re- 
sources Research Center). Annual report, 15:1832 (R;US) 
Energy Consumption 

Energy vulnerability and national security. The energy crises, 
domestic policy responses and the logic of Swedish neutrality, 
15:31 2 (B;US) 
Energy Demand 

New REEPS PC model, 15:2673 (RA;US) 
Spot pricing of electricity, 15:2457 (B;US) 
Energy Efficiency 

Conservation versus energy supply: An economic and environ- 
mental comparison of alternatives for space conditioning of 
new residences, 15:2955 (D;US) 
Energy Source Development 

Strategies of solar energy developments and application in de- 
veloping countries, 15:1072 (BA;GB) 
Environmental Impacts 

Screening procedure to evaluate air pollution effects on Class I 
wilderness areas. Forest Service general technical report (Fi- 
nal), 15:1 375 (R;US) 
Irrigation 
LPG in Argentina and Mexico: exporters through the year 2000, 

15:481 (J;US) 
Land Use 

Environmental problematics in developed countries, 15:2898 
(J;US;ln Italian) 



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AGRICULTURE 
Load Management 



Load Management 

Optimal VAR planning by approximation method for recursive 

mixed-integer linear programming, 15:979 (J;US) 
Mobile Pollutant Sources 

Philippine environmental impact statement system: an institu- 
tional analysis of implementation, 15:261 (D;US) 
Pest Control 

Fiscal year 1987 program report (Massachusetts Water Re- 
sources Research Center). Annual report, 15:1832 (R;US) 
Power Supplies 

Bonneville's least cost planning, 15:1743 (J;US) 
Renewable Resources 
Economic impacts of changes in automotive materials use, 

15:263 (J;US) 
Risk Assessment 

Economic study of the potential for water markets in Idaho. Re- 
port for 1 May 1 985-30 April 1 987, 15:432 (R;US) 
Stationary Pollutant Sources 

Philippine environmental impact statement system: an institu- 
tional analysis of implementation, 15:261 (D;US) 
Technology Transfer 

AEA technology available to industry, 15:440 (J;US) 
Water Pollution Control 

Response of the US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) re- 
gion 5 states to the nonpoint source reporting requirements of 
the 1987 Clean Water Act amendments. Technical report, 
15:2806 (R;US) 
AIR 

Depletion theory of exhaustible resources: a case study of 

Saudi Arabia, 15:1112 (D;US) 
Pesticides in ground-water data base: 1988 interim report, 

15:2545 (R;US) 
AIR CONDITIONING 

A case study in cogeneration medical area total energy plant, 

15:1 057 (BA;US) 

Amending the Natural Gas Policy Act of 1978 to remove certain 
contract-duration and right-of-first-refusa! requirements. US 
Senate, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, August 
11, 1988, Report 100-485, 15:3001 (B;US) 
Economic potential of applying HiTc superconductors to mag- 
netic energy storage, 15:2498 (J;US) 
Performance management: an aspirin or a long-term cure?, 

15:21 08 (J;US) 
AIR POLLUTION 

See a/so INDOOR AIR POLLUTION 

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA): hazardous 
wastes. January 1970- February 1989 (Citations from the 
NTIS data base). Report for January 1 970-February 1989, 
15:1 378 (R;US) 
Acidification 

Quality assurance and quality control plan for the 1985 NAPAP 
(National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program) emissions 
inventory (November 1988). Report for July 1986-April 1987, 
15:763 (R;US) 
Data Analysis 

Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), 1987. Data file, 15:2537 (R;US) 
Data Processing 

EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) research program guide, 
FY 1989, October 1, 1988-September 30, 1989, 1 5:764 (R;US) 
Economic Impact 
Benefits of environmental controls: Measures, methods, and 

applications: Final report, 15:31 (R;US) 
California statewide assessment of the effects of ozone on crop 

productivity, 15:87 (J;US) 
Environmental Exposure 

National air-pollutant emission estimates, 1940-1987. Final re- 
port, 1 5:2536 (R;US) 
Environmental Impacts 

Characterization of Non-RCRA (Resource Recovery and Con- 
servation Act) special waste. Final report, 15:1376 (R;US) 
National Occupational Exposure Survey (NOES). Volume 1. 

Survey manual, 15:393 (R;US) 

Polluting incidents in and around US waters: calendar year, 
1984, 1985 and 1986, 15:2543 (R;US) 



Potential effects of global climate change on the United States. 
Volume 1. Regional studies. Draft. Report to the Congress, 
15:1373 (R;US) 

Potential effects of global climate change on the United States. 
Volume 2. National studies. Draft. Report to the Congress, 
15:1374 (R;US) 

Reagan vs. the environment, 15:1851 (J;US) 

Screening procedure to evaluate air pollution effects on Class I 
wilderness areas. Forest Service general technical report (Fi- 
nal), 15:1375 (R;US) 
Government Policies 

EPA proposes national strategy for solid wastes management, 

15:1 884 (J;US) 
Health Hazards 

Amendments to Ocean Dumping Act. House of Representa- 
tives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, August 3, 
1988, 15:2850(B;US) 
Inventories 

Assessment of ocean waste disposal: case studies, 15:1362 
(R;US) 

Emission-inventory requirements for post-1987 carbon monox- 
ide State Implementation Plans, 15:1361 (R;US) 
Particulates 

RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act) inspection 

manual. Final report, 15:2833 (R;US) 
Pollution Control Equipment 

Analysis of closures of industries in SIC 24 and 25 as a result of 
proposed OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administra- 
tion) regulations. Final report, 15:49 (R;US) 
Pollution Laws 

Acid rain regulation: federal failure and state success, 15:1853 

(J;US) 
Pollution Regulations 

Review of ecological risk-assessment methods. Final report, 

1 5:768 (R;US) 
Regulations 

Water quality criteria for hexahydro-1,3,5-trinitro-1,3,5-triazine 

(RDX), 15:221 2 (J;US) 
Research Programs 

Economic benefit considerations in selecting water-quality pro- 
jects: Insights from the Rural Clean Water Program. Staff 
report, 15:2547 (R;US) 

Technology Screening Guide for Treatment of CERCLA (Com- 
prehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and 
Liability Act) Soils and Sludges, 15:765 (R;US) 
Risk Assessment 

EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency') risk-assessment 
methodology for municipal incinerator emissions: key findings 
and conclusions. Report of the Municipal-Waste Combustion 
Subcommittee - Environmental Effects, Transport and Fate 
Committee. Final report, 15:74 (R;US) 
Standards 

Management of asbestos in public buildings. Hearing before the 
Subcommittee on Hazardous Wastes and Toxic Substances 
of the Committee on Environment and Public Works, United 
States Senate, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session on 
S. 981, S. 1809, and S. 2687, September 27, 1988, 15:2873 
(B;US) 

Petroleum supply monthly, October 1988, 15:644 (R;NL) 
Toxic Materials 

National air-pollutant emission estimates, 1940-1987. Final re- 
port, 15:2536 (R;US) 
Visibility 

Environmental impacts of policies toward the rail- and motor- 
freight industries in the United States, 15:1394 (D;US) 
AIR POLLUTION ABATEMENT 

Use this term for /terns that involve the prevention of formation 
of pollutants at the source. 

Applications of high temperature superconductivity, 15:609 
(BA;JP) 

Blood-lead monitoring for worker protection, 15:1564 (J;GB) 

Du Pont's position on CFCs, 15:1859 (J;US) 



Electric-power load management. January 1 982-November 
1988 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report for January 
1 982-November 1988, 15:672 (R;US) 

Energy saving in Japan's industry. Its transition and prospect, 
15:2956 (J;US;ln Japanese) 

Environmental protection and property rights (Supports Mon- 
treal Protocol), 15:1860 (J;US) 

Historical assessment of hazardous-waste management in Madi- 
son and St. Clair Counties, Illinois, 1 890-1 980, 1 5:2828 (R;US) 

National air-pollutant emission estimates, 1940-1987. Final re- 
port, 15:2536 (R;US) 

R and D planning implications of shifts in gas-delivery patterns. 
Final report, November 1987-July 1988, 15:189 (R;US) 

Relationship between vehicle emissions control program fea- 
tures and vehicle emissions, 15:1388 (D;US) 

Review of research in support of extrapolation models by EPA's 
(Environmental Protection Agency's) Office of Research and 
Development. Final report, 15:257 (R;US) 

Trends in motor-vehicle emission and fuel-consumption regula- 
tions - 1988 update, 15:42 (R;US) 
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL 

Use this term for items that involve the removal or management 
of pollutants after they are formed by a source. 

Are we cleaning up: 10 Superfund case studies; a special report 
of OTA's (Office of Technology Assessment's) assessment on 
Superfund implementation, 15:1829 (R;US) 

Cleaning up with biotechnology, 15:259 (J;GB) 

Communicating risk underTitle III of SARA: strategies for explain- 
ing very small risks in a community context, 15:1871 (J;US) 

Environmental impact assessment practices in the sub-Saharan 
Africa: cases from Kenya, 15:1389 (D;US) 

Environmental impacts of policies toward the rail- and motor- 
freight industries in the United States, 15:1394 (D;US) 

Financing alternatives for agricultural nonpoint source pollution 
control programs. Final report, 15:584 (R;US) 

Historical assessment of hazardous-waste management in Madi- 
son and St. Clair Counties, Illinois, 1890-1980, 1 5:2828 (R;US) 

Issues and options for achieving national security in the United 
States during national emergencies: Phase 1, A pilot study of 
grain stocks and stocks at risk, 15:593 (R;GB) 

Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement related to de- 
contamination and disposal of radioactive wastes resulting 
from March 28, 1979 accident, Three Mile Island Nuclear Sta- 
tion, Unit 2 (Docket No. 50-320): Final supplement dealing 
with post-defueling monitored storage and subsequent 
cleanup, 15:2798 (R;US) 

Projection methodology for future state-level volatile organic 
compound emissions from stationary sources (Version 1.8). 
Final report, September 1 983-September 1987, 15:53 (R;US) 

Site design for resource recovery facilities, 15:2557 (J;GB) 
AIR POLLUTION MONITORING 

SRF (State Revolving Fund) Letter of Credit: how is it used in 
EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) state revolving 
fund program, 15:1365 (R;US) 

Sham recycling. Hearing before the Subcommittee on Hazardous 
Wastes and Toxic Substances of the Committee on Environ- 
ment and Public Works, United States Senate, One Hundredth 
Congress, Second Session, April 14, 1988, 15:2869 (B;US) 
AIR QUALITY 

Aircraft fuel tank foam drying volatile organic compounds (VOC) 
control system, 15:573 (R;US) 

Environmental impacts of policies toward the rail- and motor- 
freight industries in the United States, 15:1394 (D;US) 
Forecasting 

Guide for licensing evaluations using CRAC2: A computer pro- 
gram for calculating reactor accident consequences, 15:756 
(R;US) 
Government Policies 

Review of EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) assess- 
ment of the risks of stratospheric modification. Review of the 
Stratospheric Ozone Subcommittee of the Science Advisory 
Board. Final report, 15:256 (R;US) 



Legislation 

Impact of acid rain on coastal waters. Hearings before the national 
Ocean Policy Study of the Committee on Commerce, Science, 
and Transportation, United States Senate, One Hundredth 
Congress, Second Session, June 8, 1988, 15:2854 (B;US) 
Meetings 

MSW incineration a growth market for control equipment, CEM 

systems, 15:1890 (J;US) 
Research Programs 

Review of the Office of Research and Development's proposed 
budget for Fiscal Year 1988. Final report, 15:70 (R;US) 

Review of the Office of Research and Development's proposed 

budget for Fiscal Year 1987. Final report, 15:71 (R;US) 
Standards 

Hazardous waste minimization: part V. Waste minimization in 
the petroleum industry, 15:422 (J;US) 

Air toxics, 15:101 (J;US) 

Amendments to Ocean Dumping Act. House of Representa- 
tives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, August 3, 
1988, 1 5:2850 (B;US) 

Chemical and physical characteristics of lakes in the northeast- 
ern United States, 15:381 (R;US) 

Clean Air Act Amendments (Part 2). Hearings before the Sub- 
committee on Health and the Environment of the Committee 
on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One 
Hundredth Congress, First Session on H.R. 2521 , H.R. 3054, 
and H.R. 3196, Bills to Amend the Clean Air Act to control air 
pollution from sources on the outer continental shelf, Septe, 
15:2886 (B;US) 

EPA announces areas failing to attain ozone or carbon monox- 
ide standards, 15:89 (J;US) 

Environmental impact assessment practices in the sub-Saharan 
Africa: cases from Kenya, 15:1389 (D;US) 

H.R. 2837: A Bill to amend the Toxic Substances Control Act to 
assist States in responding to the threat to human health 
posed by exposure to radon. Introduced in the House of Rep- 
resentatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, 
Report No. 100-1047, 15:2843 (B;US) 

H.R. 5556: A Bill to amend the Clean Air Act to control 
hazardous air pollutants. Introduced in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, 
October 20, 1988, 15:2849 (B;US) 

Health effects of ozone. A critical review, 15:2559 (J;US) 

Innovative technologies for hazardous waste treatment, 15:1386 
(J;DE) 

International cooperation in protection of atmospheric ozone: 
the Montreal Protocol on substances that deplete the ozone 
layer. Leonard v. B. Sutton award paper, 15:1880 (J;US) 

LA. to E.P.A.: don't hold your breath, 15:93 (J;US) 

Lead contamination. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 
Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and 
Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundredth 
Congress, December 10, 1987, July 13, 1988, 15:2884 (B;US) 

Once more, with compliance (Regulation of toxic air pollutants), 
1 5:96 (J;US) 

PM-10; implementation of standards: a summary of the 
APCA/EPA international specialty conference, 15:84 (J;US) 

Pennsylvania to require statewide recycling of solid wastes, 
15:1 886 (J;US) 

Review of the NAAQS (National Ambient Air Quality Standards) 
for particulate matter: assessment of scientific and technical 
information. Final report, 15:72 (R;US) 

Texas environmental laws detailed in new handbook, 15:2876 
(B;US) 

US/Canadian air quality effort. Hearing before the Subcommittee 
on Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Energy 
and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundredth 
Congress, First Session, October 2, 1987, 15:2887 (B;US) 
AIR SOURCE HEAT PUMPS 

Low temperature air supply with thermal storage, 15:1056 
(BA;US) 

Marketing challenges for power electronics, 15:2687 (RA;US) 
AIRBORNE PARTICLES 

See PARTICULATES 



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AIRBORNE PARTICULATES 

See PARTICULATES 
AIRCRAFT PROPULSION REACTORS 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission issuances, 15:2585 (R;US) 
AIRTIGHTNESS 

Combined sewer overflow: A management study. Technical re- 
port, 15:2816 (R;US) 
ALABAMA 

Improved planning and programming for energy-efficient new 

Army facilities. Final report, 15:1448 (R;US) 
ALARM DOSEMETERS 

See RADIATION MONITORS 
ALASKA 

See a/so ALASKAN NORTH SLOPE 

Alaska disaster's instant market response: petro-politicians 

challenged, 15:2008 (J;US) 

Oil use and oil dependency: Long-term issues, 15:1990 (R;US) 
Real-time refinery optimization, 15:2009 (J;US) 
Uranium resource assessment by the Geological Survey: 
Methodology and plan to update the national resource base, 
15:793 (B;US) 
ALASKAN NORTH SLOPE 

Sisterhood in the oil field: informal support networks, gender 
roles and adaptation among women in the Oklahoma oil field, 
15:1 998 (D;US) 
ALBERTA 

Energy future looks good for Canada, 15:506 (J;US) 

Energy prices in the developing countries, 15:1547 (J;GB;ln 

French) 
The new coprocessing pilot plant at CANMET's energy research 

laboratories, 15:915 (J;US) 
The role of subsea systems as an integral part of Occidental's 

North Sea development strategy, 15:1249 (BA;US) 
ALCOHOL FUEL CELLS 

Fuel cells in transportation, 15:1581 (RA;US) 
ALCOHOL FUELS 

Use for pure alcohols, alcohol-water mixtures, or alcohols with 

additives; for alcohol-gasoline mixtures, use GASOHOL 
Seefllso ETHANOL FUELS 

METHANOL FUELS 
Alternative energy sources. Report with evidence. Session 

1987-88. 16th report, 15:345 (B;CA) 
Ethanol: fueling America's future, 15:2171 (J;US) 
Monthly Energy Review, August 1988, 15:297 (R;US) 
ALGAE 

Cloud effects on distributed photovoltaic generation, 15:2467 

(J;US) 
ALGERIA 

Higher oil prices: Can OPEC raise prices by cutting produc- 
tion?, 15:3012 (D;US) 
ALKALINE ELECTROLYTE FUEL CELLS 

Fuel cells in transportation, 15:1581 (RA;US) 

National Awards Program for Energy Innovation, 1988: Project 

descriptions, 15:1582 (R;US) 
ALKENES 

See also ETHYLENE 
Plumbing the earth's depth, 15:191 (J;US) 
ALPHA-BEARING WASTES 

Review of the environmental survey program, 15:2204 (R;US) 
The implications of RCRA [Resource Conservation and Recov- 
ery Act] regulation for the disposal of transuranic and 
high-level waste, 15:118 (R;US) 
ALTERNATING CURRENT 

Lessons learned from monitoring electricity use in multifamily 
residences: End-Use Load and Consumer Assessment Pro- 
gram (ELCAP), 15:1773 (R;US) 
ALUMINIUM 

Asbestos problem resolution, 15:583 (R;US) 

Status of US EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) 

sludge-incinerator regulations, 15:586 (R;US) 
ALUMINUM 

See ALUMINIUM 
ALVEOLI (PULMONARY) 
See LUNGS 



AMMONIA 

A nonalgorithmic review of uncertainty in electric-utility resource 

planning and decision making, 15:1277 (R;US) 
ANADROMOUS FISHES 
See a/so SALMON 
Laboratory and field evaluations of fish protection systems for use 

at hydroelectric power plants: study update, 15:30 (RA;US) 
ANALYSIS (GAS) 

See GAS ANALYSIS 
ANL 

Community legislation (to January 1988), 15:878 (J;US;ln Span- 
ish) 

Overview of the Chemical Technology Division, Oak Ridge Na- 
tional Laboratory, 15:796 (R;US) 
ANTARCTIC OCEAN 

See SEAS 
ANTHRACITE 

Cogeneration and heat pumps in combination with thermal stor- 
age, 15:1162 (BA;US) 
International energy agency, 15:900 (R;US) 
Maximizing the existing potential of new foreign markets for an- 
thracite: Executive summary, 15:899 (R;US) 
ANTI-MISSILE SYSTEMS 

See SPACE WEAPONS 
ANTI-SATELLITE SYSTEMS 
See SPACE WEAPONS 
APARTMENT BUILDINGS 

Hospital complex as a base for district heating, 15:1 182 (BA;US) 
How effective are federal programs in mitigating wetland losses. 

Technical report, 15:2563 (R;2A) 
Second law efficiency and costing analysis of a total energy 

plant, 15:1 320 (BA;US) 
World electricity, 15:1049 (B;US) 
APPALACHIA 

The mountainous region, including valleys and plateaus extend- 
ing through the eastern USA from New England to Georgia 
and Alabama. 
Offshore platform removal and abandonment 1987 - Review 

and update, 15:324 (B;US) 

Steel and Aluminum Energy Conservation and Technology 
Competitiveness Act of 1988. US Senate, One Hundredth 
Congress, Second Session, August 2, 1988, Report 100-443, 
15:2951 (B;US) 
APPARATUS 

See EQUIPMENT 
APPLIANCES 

See also ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 
GAS APPLIANCES 
SPACE HEATERS 
STOVES 

WATER HEATERS 
WOOD BURNING APPLIANCES 

Between the customer and the utility - demand-side engineer- 
ing, 1 5:2399 (RA;US) 

Combined sewer overflow: A management study. Technical re- 
port, 15:2816 (R;US) 
Evaluation of the spare-ratio concept in the management of 

transit rolling stock. Final report, 15:1952 (R;US) 
Technology assessment: Electronic office equipment: Revision, 

1 5:2138 (R;US) 

Uniform approach to commercial data collection for DSM plan- 
ning by Ohio utilities, 15:2404 (RA;US) 
APPLICATORS (RADIOTHERAPY) 
See RADIATION SOURCES 
APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY 

But the birds will lose their wonder: US policy and technological 

change, 15:1424 (D;US) 
Catalog of government inventions available for licensing - 1 989, 

15:1 590 (R;US) 
Fourth R and D programme on non nuclear energy, 15:1917 

(BA;AU) 

Structure of technological revolutions: an empirical study of the 
development of III-V compound semiconductor technology, 
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AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS 

See also WETLANDS 

Monitoring environmental quality, 15:102 (J;US) 

Report of the Ecological Risk-Assessment Review Subcommit- 
tee: review of the Office of Research and Development's 
ecological risk-assessment program. Final report, 15:62 (R;US) 
AQUATIC ORGANISMS 

Unspecified biota characteristic of aquatic ecosystems. 

See also CETACEANS 
FISHES 
SEAWEEDS 

Extending the authorization of the Water Resources Research 
Act of 1984 through the end of Fiscal Year 1993: report to 
accompany H.R. 5010. Introduced in the House of Represen- 
tatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, August 8, 
1988, 15:2906 (B;US) 

Federal work plan: an agreement commitment report from the 
Chesapeake Executive Council. Final report, 15:2520 (R;US) 
AQUIFERS 

Cape Cod Aquifer Management Project (CAMP). Executive 
summary, 15:1367 (R;US) 

Cape Cod Aquifer Management Project (CCAMP): demonstra- 
tion of a geographic information system for ground water 
protection, 15:1369 (R;US) 

Cape Cod Aquifer Management Project (CCAMP): guide to con- 
tamination sources for wellhead protection. Draft report, 
15:1368 (R;US) 

Estimating the offsite household damages from wind erosion in 
the western United States. Staff report, 15:2832 (R;US) 

Hydrogen Energy Coordinating Committee annual report: Sum- 
mary of DOE hydrogen programs for FY 1988, 15:600 (R;US) 

Mineral resources of the Henry's Lake Wilderness Study Area, 
Fremont County, Idaho, 15:597 (R;US) 

No migration variances to the hazardous-waste land-disposal 
prohibitions: a guidance manual for petitioners. Draft report, 
15:1370 (R;US) 

Protecting resources through land acquisition, 15:1900 (J;GB) 

Sole-Source Aquifer background study: cross-program analysis. 
Technical report, 15:40 (R;US) 

World resources 1988-89, 15:1398 (B;US) 
ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT 

See EGYPTIAN ARAB REPUBLIC 
ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES 

Holding costs for fuel inventories: Final report, 15:1339 (R;US) 

Late Archaic-Late Woodland adaptive stability and change in 
the Steel Creek watershed, South Carolina: Final report of 
the L-Lake prehistoric investigations, 15:1338 (R;US) 
ARCHAEOLOGICAL SPECIMENS 

Holding costs for fuel inventories: Final report, 15:1339 (R;US) 

Late Archaic-Late Woodland adaptive stability and change in 
the Steel Creek watershed, South Carolina: Final report of 
the L-Lake prehistoric investigations, 15:1338 (R;US) 
ARCTIC GAS PIPELINES 

Sisterhood in the oil field: informal support networks, gender 
roles and adaptation among women in the Oklahoma oil field, 
15:1998 (D;US) 
ARCTIC OCEAN 

See also BEAUFORT SEA 

Analysis and technology transfer: Annual report 1988: Buildings 
and Community Systems, 15:2910 (R;US) 

Geophysical survey and commercial fishing conflicts, environ- 
mental studies, and conflict mitigation in the minerals 
management service Pacific OCS Region, 15:2890 (BA;US) 

The future of the Department of the Interior OCS studies pro- 
gram, 1 5:2892 (BA; US) 
ARCTIC REGIONS 

Beyond the NIMBY [not-in-my-backyard] impasse II: Public par- 
ticipation in an age of distrust, 15:164 (R;US) 

OPEC's current $18/barrel price policy, 15:1495 (BA;CA) 
ARGENTINA 

Supply structure changed in German energy demand in 1986, 

1 5:482 (J;US) 
ARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY 

See ANL 



ARID LANDS 

Conservation versus energy supply: An economic and environ- 
mental comparison of alternatives for space conditioning of 
new residences, 15:2955 (D;US) 
Management of stream-aquifer systems, 15:1899 (D;GB) 
ARIZONA 

Discrete and continuous-choice valuation of a hazardous-waste 

site's removal, 15:1844 (D;US) 
Inventory of biomass facilities in Illinois, 15:726 (R;US) 
Wood stove use in the end-use load and consumer assessment 

program residential base sample, 15:343 (R;US) 
ARMS CONTROL 

Arms control: misplaced focus, 15:141 (J;US) 

Assessment of commercial and industrial cogeneration potential 

in the Pacific Northwest, 15:2937 (R;US) 
Energy analysis of multifamily housing rehabilitation measures, 

1 5:348 (R;US) 

Nuclear smugglers, 15:139 (J;US) 
Attitudes 
Anti-cogen utility backlash seen long-term threat to developers, 

15:142(J;US) 
Bilateral Agreements 

Burning coal's waste, 15:1161 (J;US) 
Evaluation 

Arms control: necessary process, 15:17(J;US) 
Reykjavik and beyond, 15:161 1 (BA;US) 
Forecasting 

Alliance issues, 15:1593 (BA;US) 
Criteria for decommissioning, 15:1612 (BA;US) 
Government Policies 

France's nuclear program still vital to energy security, 15:457 

(J;US) 

Reversing nuclear power cost trends, 15:126 (J;US) 
Historical Aspects 

Arms control: necessary process, 15:17 (J;US) 
Inspection 

Nonproliferation: the next steps, 15:452 (J;US) 
International Agreements 
Nuclear energy internationally status and prospects in 1987, 

1 5:850 (BA;US) 
International Cooperation 
Pakistan, Congress, and the nonproliferation challenge, 15:453 

(J;US) 
Legal Aspects 

Challenge of nuclear safeguards, 15:140 (J;US) 
Meetings 
Precautionary storage of refinery products. The case of distillate 

fuel oil, 15:241 (J;US) 
Negotiation 
Anti-cogen utility backlash seen long-term threat to developers, 

15:142(J;US) 
Arms control in Europe... and now the Conventional Stability 

Talks, 15:3 (J;SE) 
Arms control in the last year of the Reagan administration, 15:2 

(J;US) 

Missile accuracy - an arms-control opportunity, 15:138 (J;US) 
Practical steps for building confidence in Europe, 15:4 (J;US) 
Raising consciousness about the nuclear threat through music, 

15:1439 (D;US) 

Star Wars testing and the ABM treaty, 15:123 (J;US) 
Non-Proliferation Policy 

How to negotiate a treaty, 15:454 (J;US) 
Political Aspects 
Arms control in the last year of the Reagan administration, 15:2 

(J;US) 

International monitoring for peace, 15:449 (J;US) 
Recommendations 

Gorbachev's arms policy rooted in past, 15:125 (J;US) 
Social Impact 

Emergence of American central nuclear strategy, 1945-1984, 

15:1 158 (D;US) 
Treaties 

Elimination of chemical weapons: is agreement in sight?, 15:1 
(J;US) 



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Mission accomplished, 15:455 (J;US) 
Reversing nuclear power cost trends, 15:126 (J;US) 
Verification 

Nonproliferation: the next steps, 15:452 (J;US) 
Nuclear energy in Switzerland, 15:450 (J;US) 
ARMY PERSONNEL 

See MILITARY PERSONNEL 
ARSENIC 

Radon and radon daughters in the etiology of lung cancer among 

zinc-lead miners in Southwest Missouri, 15:111 1 (BA;US) 
ART OBJECTS 

See CULTURAL OBJECTS 
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 

A guide to annual marketing planning: Final report, 1 5:665 (R;US) 
Efficiency: defense against the long hot summer, 15:2107 (J;US) 
ASBESTOS 

Acid rain regulation: federal failure and state success, 15:1853 

(J;US) 

Application of the National Environmental Policy Act of US par- 
ticipation in actions of international financial institutions. 
Hearing before the Subcommitte on Hazardous Wastes and 
Toxic Substances of the Committee on Environment and Pub- 
lic Works, United States Senate, One Hundredth Congress, 
Second Session, June 16, 1988, 15:2874 (B;US) 
Environmental assessment in support of proposed voluntary en- 
ergy conservation standard for new residential buildings, 
15:2551 (R;US) 
Financing alternatives for agricultural nonpoint source pollution 

control programs. Final report, 15:584 (R;US) 
Guidelines and requirements for applying for grants from the In- 
dian set-aside program, 15:2826 (R;US) 
H.R. 5087: A Bill to amend the Hazardous Materials Transporta- 
tion Act relating to transportation of hazardous materials in 
the vicinity of bodies of water which serve as sources of drink- 
ing water, and for other purposes. Introduced in the House of 
Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, 
July 14, 1988, 15:2841 (B;US) 
Handling and management of hazardous materials and wastes, 

15:104(B;US) 

Pollution liability insurance: availability, demand, and coverage. 
January 1 985-March 1 989 (Crtations from the Biobusiness data 
base). Report for January 1985-March 1989, 15:1383 (R;US) 
Review of EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) assess- 
ment of the risks of stratospheric modification. Review of the 
Stratospheric Ozone Subcommittee of the Science Advisory 
Board. Final report, 15:256 (R;US) 
Summary report of capacity at commercial facilities. Volume 1 . 

Summary report, 15:1834 (R;US) 

Water resources and pollution problems in Long Island Sound. 
Joint Hearing before the Subcommittee on Water Resources, 
Transportation, and Infrastructure and the Subcommittee on 
Environmental Protection of the Committee on Environment 
and Public Works, United States Senate, One Hundredth 
Congress, First Session, October 26, 1987, 15:2838 (B;US) 
ASIA 

See also CHINA 
INDIA 

INDONESIA 
IRAN 
IRAQ 
JAPAN 
JORDAN 
KUWAIT 
MALAYSIA 
PAKISTAN 
PHILIPPINES 
REPUBLIC OF KOREA 
SAUDI ARABIA 
SINGAPORE 
SRI LANKA 
TAIWAN 
THAILAND 
TURKEY 



YEMEN ARAB REPUBLIC 
2025: soft energy futures for Canada - 1988 update, 15:638 

(B;GB) 

A user's guide to the national labs, 15:877 (J;GB) 
Fuel cells for extraterrestrial and terrestrial applications, 

15:1 667 (J;US) 

Monthly energy review, April 1989, 15:2631 (R;US) 
New energy development, 15:2291 (RA;US) 
Present and future status of China's energy, 15:2964 (RA;US) 
Prospects for China's petroleum trade and investment, 1 5:2967 

(RA;US) 

Sponsoring technology - EEC experience, 15:661 (BA;US) 
Spot or contract prices for natural gas: lessons from other in- 
dustries, 15:199 (J;US) 

The Indonesian coal program until the year 2000, 15:1200 (R;US) 
ASPHALTS 

Energy demand prospects and the role of coal, 15:194 (BA;US) 
ATLANTIC OCEAN 

See also CARIBBEAN SEA 
CHESAPEAKE BAY 
NORTH SEA 
Coexistence of fishing and oil and gas industries in the Gulf of 

Mexico, 1 5:2553 (BA;US) 

Proposed 1 989 North Atlantic OCS Lease Sale 96, 15:24 (R;US) 
ATMOSPHERIC CIRCULATION 

Economic benefit considerations in selecting water-quality pro- 
jects: Insights from the Rural Clean Water Program. Staff 
report, 1 5:2547 (R;US) 

Potential effects of global climate change on the United States. 
Volume 1. Regional studies. Draft. Report to the Congress, 
15:1 373 (R;US) 
Trade instructional materials for SARA/OSHA training: Volume 

1 : General site worker training, 15:246 (R;US) 
ATOMIC BOMBS 

See NUCLEAR WEAPONS 
ATOMIC ENERGY 

See NUCLEAR ENERGY 
ATOMIC EXPLOSIONS 

See NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS 
ATOMIC WEAPONS 

See NUCLEAR WEAPONS 
ATTITUDES OF THE PUBLIC 

See PUBLIC OPINION 
AUSTRALASIA 

See a/so AUSTRALIA 

NEW ZEALAND 

Sponsoring technology - EEC experience, 15:661 (BA;US) 
AUSTRALIA 

See a/so VICTORIA 

WESTERN AUSTRALIA 

Elderly and disabled transportation plan for the Merrimack Val- 
ley, 15:742 (R;AU) 
Federal coal royalty reduction: issues and research needs, 

1 5:322 (J;AU) 
Industrial natural gas markets: facts, fallacies, and forecasts. 

Topical report, 15:2642 (R;US) 
It's starting to warm up out here, 15:1666 (J;US) 
Monthly energy review, April 1989, 15:2631 (R;US) 
Oil economy of Iraq: structure and development experience dur- 
ing the period 1 953-1 974 and future optimal growth within the 
framework of OPEC, 15:513 (D;CA) 
Singapore: Asia Pacific energy series: Country report, 15:733 

(R;US) 
AUSTRALIAN ORGANIZATIONS 

Approximate confidence bounds on Monte Carlo simulation re- 
sults for energy production, 15:2452 (B;AU) 
AUSTRIA 

Uppdrag 2000: developing the future, 15:2381 (RA;US) 
AUTOMATION 

Identification of harmonic sources by a state estimation tech- 
nique, 15:1 295 (J;US) 

Measuring and analyzing the impact of voltage and capacitor 
control with high speed data acquisition, 15:1287 (J;US) 



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BIOMASS 
Economic Analysis 



Measuring and analyzing the impact of voltage and capacitor 

control with high speed data acquisition, 15:1713 (B;US) 
AUTOMOBILE EFFICIENCY STANDARDS 

See AUTOMOBILES 
AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY 

See AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY 
AUTOMOBILES 

See also TAXICABS 

Annual report to Congress 1988, 15:738 (R;US) 

Environmental impact assessment practices in the sub-Saharan 
Africa: cases from Kenya, 15:1389 (D;US) 

Environmental impacts of policies' toward the rail- and motor- 
freight industries in the United States, 15:1394 (D;US) 

Lead-acid battery industry in Thailand, 15:1617 (J;US) 

Relationship between vehicle emissions control program fea- 
tures and vehicle emissions, 15:1388 (D;US) 
AUTOMOTIVE ACCESSORIES 

Lead-acid battery industry in Thailand, 15:1617 (J;US) 
UTOMOTIVE FUELS 

Implications of the findings of the expedition to investigate the 
ozone hole over the Antarctic. Joint Hearing before the Sub- 
committees on Environmental Protection and Hazardous 
Wastes and Toxic Substances of the Committee on Environ- 
ment and Public Works, United States Senate, One Hundredth 
Congress, First Session, October 27, 1987, 15:2861 (B;US) 
tUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY 

Clean air '89: opportunity in The Netherlands, 15:1889 (J;US) 

Lead-acid battery industry in Malaysia, 15:1618 (J;US) 

Long-term substitution dynamics of basic materials in manufac- 
ture, 15:264 (J;US) 

Major energy issues before the 100th Congress, 15:485 (R;US) 

Policy implications of the 1988 GRI (Gas Research Institute) 
baseline projection of US energy supply and demand to 2010, 
15:869 (R;US) 

State signal timing optimization programs, 15:1545 (J;US) 



B 

ACTERIA 

Review of EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) assess- 
ment of the risks of stratospheric modification. Review of the 
Stratospheric Ozone Subcommittee of the Science Advisory 
Board. Final report, 15:256 (R;US) 
lAGHOUSES 

A hierarchy of dynamic plume models incorporating uncertainly: 

Final report, Volume 1: Overview, 15:245 (R;US) 
IALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE 

Blueprint for radical weapons cuts, 15:124 (J;US) 

Directory of Certificates of Compliance for Radioactive Materials 
Packages: Report of NRC approved packages, 15:614 (R;US) 

Economic implications of energy development in a region, 
15:1086 (J;US) 

Electricity supply, 15:2926 (R;US) 

France's nuclear program still vital to energy security, 15:457 
(J;US) 

History confirms the traditional meaning, 15:456 (J;US) 

International monitoring for peace, 15:449 (J;US) 

Nuclear energy, 15:2931 (B;US) 

R and D progress report, 15:1596 (BA;US) 

Star Wars testing and the ABM treaty, 15:123 (J;US) 

Strategic defense and directed-energy weapons, 15:5 (J;US) 

Technology update - 89, 15:2225 (R;US) 

U.S. safeguards history and the evolution of safeguards re- 
search and development, 15:2933 (J;US) 
iANKS 

See COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS 
iARIUM 

New MMS drilling regulations, 15:1841 (BA;US) 
IARIUM OXIDES 

Operational experiences of the Tevatron, 15:816 (BA;US) 

Superconductivity in copper oxide compounds - prospects and 



BATTELLE PACIFIC NORTHWEST LABORATORIES 

Engineering thrust areas, 1989, 15:1126 (R;US) 

PNL-BMI patenting and licensing highlights since Bayh-Dole, 

15:11 25 (R;US) 
BATTERIES (ELECTRIC) 

See ELECTRIC BATTERIES 
BEAUFORT SEA 

OPEC's current $18/barrel price policy, 15:1495 (BA;CA) 
Pollution control in the United Kingdom, 15:2556 (BA;US) 
BELGIUM 

Progress in industrial scale radioactive waste management in 

the United Kingdom, 15:1598 (RA;US) 

Yucca Mountain Project bibliography, July-December 1988: An 
update: Civilian Radioactive Waste Management Program, 
15:1 608 (R;US) 
BERING SEA 

Geophysical survey and commercial fishing conflicts, environ- 
mental studies, and conflict mitigation in the minerals 
management service Pacific OCS Region, 15:2890 (BA;US) 
BERYLLIUM 

Assistance to states in preparing 1985 NAPAP (National Acid 
Precipitation Assessment Program) emissions inventory sub- 
mrttals, 1 5:762 (R;US) 
BERYLLIUM MODERATORS 

See BERYLLIUM 
BIBLIOGRAPHIES 

Use only in conjunction with the literary indicator Z for indexing 

true bibliographies. 

Benefits and opportunities in residential, commercial and indus- 
trial natural gas-fired cogeneration, 15:1609 (BA;US) 
BIDS 

New dimensions in pricing electricity: Proceedings, 15:1512 

(R;US) 

BIG ROCK POINT REACTOR 
Charlevoix, Michigan, USA 
Science, technology, and society, 15:1427 (R;US) 
BILATERAL AGREEMENTS 

Burning coal's waste, 15:1161 (J;US) 

Raising consciousness about the nuclear threat through music, 

15:1 439 (D;US) 
BIMETALLIC CORROSION 

See ELECTROCHEMICAL CORROSION 
BIOASSAY 

A brief summary of the proposed National Contingency Plan 
and an analysis of its implications for the US Department of 
Energy, 15:2802 (R;US) 
BIOCENOSES 

See ECOSYSTEMS 
BYCONVERSION 

A research plan for coal biogasification, 15:2989 (RA;US) 

Introductory remarks, 15:2986 (RA;US) 

Petroleum supply monthly, July 1989, 15:2990 (R;US) 

Recent progress in coal bioprocessing research in Europe, 

15:2988 (RA;US) 
BIOGAS 

See METHANE 
BIOGAS PROCESS 

The economics of production of methanol from biomass in 

Hawaii, 15:1810 (BA;US) 
BIOGEOCENOSES 

See ECOSYSTEMS 
BIOLOGICAL TESTING 

See BIOASSAY 
BIOLOGICAL WASTES 

The economics of production of methanol from biomass in 

Hawaii, 15:1810 (BA;US) 
BIOMASS 
Anaerobic Digestion 

Marketing renewable energy technologies, 15:728 (J;US) 
Economic Analysis 
Model contract and guidebook for third party financing in Eu- 



Economics 

Design, operation, and economics of an anaerobic digestion 

system on a dairy farm in Puerto Rico, 15:1809 (BA;US) 
Energy Conversion 
Capito! hill perspective on environmental compliance at Federal 

facilities, 15:21 86 (RA;US) 

Cost goals for biofuels technologies, 1 5:1 805 (BA;US) 
Municipal solid waste processing by steam classification (Hol- 

loway process), 15:2463 (BA;US) 

Processing municipal solid waste with Westinghouse/O'Connor 
technology for disposal and energy recovery, 15:21 55 (BA;US) 
Production of methanol from biomass, 15:1804 (BA;US) 
Energy Policy 

Wind as a renewable energy resource, 15:1064 (R;US) 
Energy Source Development 
A review of China's coal export potential through her domestic 

demand and supply, 15:1081 (R;US) 
Activities in research and demonstrations of FAO/CNRE in the 

field of energy from biomass, 15:1070 (BA;GB) 
Strategies of solar energy developments and application in de- 
veloping countries, 15:1072 (BA;GB) 
Energy Yield 

Black locust, 15:1996 (BA;US) 

Model contract and guidebook for third party financing in Eu- 
rope, 15:1 801 (BA;US) 
Environmental Impacts 
Close-spaced short-rotation poplar production using paper mill 

sludge as mulch, 15:2143 (BA;US) 
Fermentation 

RefCoM, 15:1 808 (BA;US) 
Fuel Supplies 

Ethanol fuel: the policy issues, 15:2168 (J;US) 
Gasification 

Comparative economic analysis of composting, biological gasifi- 
cation and mass burning of municipal solid waste, 15:1811 
(BA;US) 

National Energy Plan 

A genric study of the sintering aspects of biomass in a fluid- 
bed gasifier, 15:2165 (BA;US) 
Research Programs 
Characterization of wood-burning stoves by measuring instant 

values of burning rate and heat loss, 15:2158 (BA;US) 
Ethanol: fueling America's future, 15:2171 (J;US) 
Fuel cell systems program plan, FY 1989, 15:1585 (R;US) 
Production of energy carriers in agriculture - a chance to dimin- 
ish the financing problems of the agricultural markets in the 
European Community?, 15:1071 (BA;GB) 
Resource Assessment 

PACER revisited, 15:229 (R;US) 
Resource Potential 

Production of energy carriers in agriculture - a chance to dimin- 
ish the financing problems of the agricultural markets in the 
European Community?, 15:1071 (BA;GB) 
Silviculture 

Methods of zonation for rural energy resources. Technical re- 
port, 15:545 (R;CN) 
Sintering 

Fluidized bed wood gasification, 15:2166 (BA;US) 
BIOMASS CONVERSION PLANTS 

Use only for plants converting biomass to fuel, do NOT use for 

plants preparing wastes and biomass for combustion. 
Advanced concepts in biomass production and biological pretreat- 

ment. Annual report, April 1987-March 1988, 15:727 (R;US) 
Aiming at the hydrogen economy, 15:2655 (J;US) 
Decomposition of changes in energy intensity. A comparison of 

the Divisia index and other methods, 15:233 (J;IN) 
Wood fuels for domestic space heating: A feasible petroleum 

substitute for wooded remote areas, 15:3076 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
BIOMASS PLANTATIONS 

Alaska North Slope natural gas marketing systems: decisions 
under uncertainty and the cost of regulation, 15:1997 (D;US) 
Mechanization study of systems for the use of straw, 1 5:1 534 
<D;GB) 



BIOTECHNOLOGY 

The application of principles of technology or engineering to the 
life sciences. 

Amending the Geothermal Steam Act of 1 970 with respect to re- 
quirements relating to leases, and for other purposes: report 
to accompany H.R. 2794. Introduced in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, June 
2, 1988, 15:3071 (B;US) 

Balancing regulatory control, scientific knowledge, and public 
understanding, 15:424 (BA;US) 

Black locust, 15:1996 (BA;US) 

Capitol hill perspective on environmental compliance at Federal 
facilities, 15:2186 (RA;US) 

Congress and environmental laws, 15:417 (J;US) 

Environmental pollution policies in light of biotechnological as- 
sessment: organization for economic cooperation, United 
Kingdom, and European economic council perspectives, 
1 5:425 (BA;US) 

Environmental protection agency actions to stimulate use of 
biotechnology for pollution control and cleanup, 15:426 
(BA;US) 

Hazardous waste: the bottom line is prevention, 15:427 (J;US) 

[School of Electrical Engineering of Purdue University]: Annual 
research summary, July 1, 1988-June 30, 1989, 15:2918 
(R;US) 
BITUMENS 

See also ASPHALTS 

Oil-Sector indicators, 1988: US producers still exploring for 
clout, 15:1661 (J;US) 

Unconventional gas recovery program plan, FY 1989, 15:1910 

(R;US) 
BITUMINOUS COAL 

Experience of automatic coal-fired circulating fluidized-bed 
boiler plant, 15:930 (BA;US) 

Organizational barriers to the performance of least-cost 
planning- related research: Final report, 15:856 (R;US) 

The coal-water slurry combustion technology and its applica- 
tions to industrial furnaces, 15:926 (BA;US) 

Trends in western surface coal mine productivity, 15:1227 

(BA;US) 
BLANKETS (BREEDING) 

See BREEDING BLANKETS 
BLOOD 

An agenda for the future, 15:1565 (J;US) 
BLOWOUTS 

Oil export and economic growth in Nigeria, 15:510 (D;US) 
BNL 

Challenge of commercialization: a case study of Public Power's 

multi-megawatt fuel cell demonstration, 15:1579 (RA;US) 
BODY 

Mathematical programming models of the ocean salmon fishery, 

15:1817(RA;US) 
BOILERS 

See also FLUIDIZED BED BOILERS 
REFUSE-FUELED BOILERS 
WASTE HEAT BOILERS 

110-MW CFBC at Colorado-UTE Nucla plant, 15:713 (BA;US) 

Changes of the territorial structure of gas demand and supply, 
1 5:936 (B;US) 

Circulating fluidized bed as a biofuel combustor, 15:1 944 (BA;US) 

DOE's least cost utility program, 15:718 (BA;US) 

Experience of automatic coal-fired circulating fluidized-bed 
boiler plant, 15:930 (BA;US) 

Fiscal year 1987 program report: New Hampshire Water Re- 
sources Research Center, 15:787 (R;US) 

Proceedings: 1987 conference on fossil plant cycling, 15:973 
(R;US) 

Space commercialization and power system technology, 
15:1 058 (BA;US) 

State energy policy to enhance coal production, 15:1237 (BA;US) 
BONNEVILLE POWER ADMINISTRATION 

Electric power monthly, November 1988, 15:967 (R;US) 

Electromagnetic interference from transmission lines located in 
central region of Saudi Arabia, 1 5:1 708 (B;US) 



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Energy Systems 



Improved algorithms for multi-area reliability evaluation using 

the decomposition-simulation approach, 15:1744 (J;US) 
Lightning surge response of ground electrodes, 15:1770 (J;US) 
Potential impacts of climate change on electric utilities. Final re- 
port, 15:669 (R;US) 
Qualifying facilities and their effect on generation planning, 

15:21 00 (B;US) 
BPA 

See BONNEVILLE POWER ADMINISTRATION 
BRACKISH WATER ECOSYSTEMS 
See AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS 
BRAZIL 

A fast and flexible method for transient simulation of integrated 

AC/DC systems, 15:977 (J;US) 
A tunable integration method for the simulation of power system 

dynamics, 15:1002 (J;US) 

Alcohol fuels and TVA's biomass research, 15:2170 (J;US) 
Flexible strategies for load/demand management using dynamic 

pricing, 15:1723 (J;US) 
Modal dynamic equivalent for electric power systems. Part I, 

15:976(J;US) 

Progress in siting a new low-level radioactive waste disposal fa- 
cility in Illinois, 15:2214 (BA;US) 
Risk perception as it applies to nuclear power and nuclear 

waste disposal, 15:1 150 (J;US) 

Sponsoring technology - EEC experience, 15:661 (BA;US) 
BREAKDOWN 

Limited to electric discharge phenomena. See also CLEAVAGE 

or DECOMPOSITION. 

Five years experience with a new method of field testing cross 
and quadrature polarized MHO distance relays. Part 2, 
15:1 037 (J;US) 
BREAKWATERS 
See DAMS 
BREEDER REACTORS 

See also LWBR TYPE REACTORS 

Quarterly report on program cost and schedule: Fourth quarter 

FY 1988, 15:1099 (R;US) 
BREEDING BLANKETS 

Critical safety function guidelines for experimental fusion facili- 
ties, 15:1 569 (J;US) 
Fuel cell commercialization and platinum availability, 15:1571 

(RA;US) 
BRIQUETS 

Further development of fluidized-bed combustion by better use 

of the hydrodynamics, 15:922 (BA;US) 
BRIQUETTING 

Advanced research and technology development fossil energy 

materials program, 15:2652 (J;GB) 
BRONCHOGENIC CARCINOMA 
See CARCINOMAS 

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM DISEASES 
BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORY 

See BNL 
BUILDING CODES 

Energy conservation in Italian building systems: regional initia- 
tives in Lombardia, 15:2958 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
BUILDING MATERIALS 

See also CONCRETES 

Building Thermal Envelope Systems and Materials (BTESM) 
and research utilization/technology transfer progress report 
for DOE Office of Buildings and Community Systems: 
Monthly progress report, 15:2579 (R;US) 
Surface mining, 15:2902 (R;US) 
The transfer and diffusion of new technologies: A review of the 

economics literature, 15:2580 (R;US) 
BUILDINGS 

See also COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS 

DOUBLE ENVELOPE BUILDINGS 

FEDERAL BUILDINGS 

GREENHOUSES 

HOSPITALS 

OFFICE BUILDINGS 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS 



RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS 
SCHOOL BUILDINGS 
Air Conditioning 
A case study in cogeneration medical area total energy plant, 

15:1057 (BA;US) 
Dayfighting 

Empirically based algorithms for preliminary prediction of day- 
light performance in toplighted atriums, 15:1188 (BA;US) 
Modeling and control of a greenhouse energy management sys- 
tem, 15:1 189 (D;US) 
Decontam inatlon 

Decontamination techniques for buildings, structures and equip- 
ment, 15:98 (B;US) 
Energy Analysis 
Integrated daylighting, heating, and cooling model for atriums, 

15:1187(BA;US) 
Linear programming state estimation: Error analysis and gross 

error identification, 15:350 (J;US) 

Manual for evaluation: Ten steps to cost-effective renewable re- 
source development in the electric utility sector, 15:1322 (R;US) 
Energy Audits 
State uses of Exxon and Stripper Well oil overcharge funds: 

Status report No. 4, 15:2754 (R;IT) 
The use of direct pumping and hydraulic turbines in thermal 

storage systems, 15:1178 (BA;US) 
US transportation sector in perspective, 15:2479 (RA;US) 
Energy Conservation 
Auto occupancy monitoring. Final report, January 1 987-October 

1987, 15:151 (R;US) 

Energy forecasting and analysis system for the US Army Ma- 
teriel Command. Final report, 15:2959 (R;IT) 
Environmental Measurements Laboratory: Annual report, calen- 
dar year 1987, 15:277 (R;US) 

Environmental Sciences Division annual progress report for pe- 
riod ending September 30, 1988, 15:1588 (R;US) 
Evaluation of time-of-use rate program performance, 15:2352 

(RA;US) 

Hydropower planning in Developing Countries, 15:532 (J;US) 
Making shared energy savings work. Final report, 15:463 (R;US) 
The Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable: 

1988 annual report, 15:2911 (R;US) 

US industrial process heating energy consumption, 1985. Topi- 
cal report, April 1 987-February 1988, 15:535 (R;US) 
Energy Consumption 
Buildings and Community Systems: Analysis and technology 

transfer annual report, 1987, 15:10 (R;US) 
How influential is the auditor, 15:1175 (J;US) 
Energy Demand 

Documented means of financing cogeneration, 15:627 (BA;US) 
Energy Efficiency 

Building Thermal Envelope Systems and Materials (BTESM) 
and research utilization/technology transfer progress report 
for DOE Office of Buildings and Community Systems: 
Monthly progress report, 15:803 (R;US) 
Energy survey, study and report of hospitals in Michigan: Ap- 
pendix A: Volume 1, Saint Mary's Hospital Grand Rapids, 
Michigan: Final report, 15:806 (R;US) 
Legacy of traditional planning, 15:1679 (RA;US) 
Third party financing: a novel method of accelerating energy ef- 
ficiency investments, 15:2277 (BA;US) 
Transportation energy to the year 2020, 15:2613 (RA;US) 
Energy Expenses 
For presentation at the Oct. 1987 frontiers of power conference 

Oklahoma State University, 15:2971 (BA;US) 
Energy Management 

Opportunities for gas cooling in low rise buildings the develop- 
ment of engine-driven unitary packages, 15:723 (BA;US) 
Report of the Office of Energy. Project evaluation and imple- 
mentation, 15:1624 (R;US) 

Selling energy efficiency to municipalities, 15:2276 (BA;US) 
Energy Management Systems 

Religious building energy use, 15:15 (J;US) 
Energy Systems 
High-performance buildings, 15:114 (J;US) 



I- A DA \/~l 4 I 



7Q 



Bus/rail interface design guideline manual. 15:1455 (R;SE) 
Expert Systems 

How influential is the auditor, 15:1 175 (J;US) 
HVAC Systems 
Alternatives for monitoring multidwelling energy measures, 

15:1181 (BA;US) 
The use of direct pumping and hydraulic turbines in thermal 

storage systems, 15:1 178 (BA;US) 
Heat Pumps 
Conversion of an electric power plant in Des Moines to cogener- 

ation and district heating, 15:1163 (BA;US) 
Illuminance 

Energy conservation through building design. October 1984- 
April 1989 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report for 
October 1984-April 1989, 15:2607 (R;US) 
Lighting Systems 

Empirically based algorithms for preliminary prediction of day- 
light performance in toplighted atriums, 15:1 188 (BA;US) 
Radiant Heaters 
Knowledge engineering for HVAC expert systems, 15:1177 

(BA;US) 
Retrofitting 

Trajectory approximations for direct energy methods that use 
sustained faults with detailed power system models, 15:1793 
(J;KW) 

Seasonal Thermal Energy Storage 
Assessment of thermally activated heat pumps with desiccant 

cooling, 15:1 179 (BA;US) 
Solar Architecture 

Progress and prospects for renewable energy sources: a Euro- 
pean Community view, 15:1780 (BA;SE) 
Solar Space Heating 
New Mexico's 1986 fuel-wood harvest. Forest Service resource 

bulletin, 15:2738 (R;US) 
Solar Water Heating 
New Mexico's 1986 fuel-wood harvest. Forest Service resource 

bulletin, 15:2738 (R;US) 
Space Heating 

Conceptual basis for a hazardous-waste component of the Army 
Eenvironmental Data Management System (AEDMS). Final 
report, 15:568 (R;US) 
Wind Loads 

Heating plants fired by fuel oil or diesel fuel, 15:591 (TG;US) 
BURNER FUEL OIL 

See HEATING OILS 
BURNERS 

Research into operational problems of low calorie coal combus- 
tion, 15:927 (BA;US) 
Utility residential conservation service program has not worked, 

15:160(J;US) 
BUSES 

Building Physics research and development 1984-88, 15:1454 

(R;US) 

Dictionary of energy, 15:293 (B;US) 
Energetic approach towards affordable transportation, 15:1630 

(R;US) 
Energy conservation strategies in urban transportation, 15:1469 

(J;GB) 

Federal Building Life-Cycle Cost (FBLCC) Program (for micro- 
computers). Software, 15:1456 (R;US) 
Planning techniques for intercity transportation services. Final 

report, 15: 1953 (R;US) 

Transportation planning and automated guideways. Transporta- 
tion research record, 15:1628 (R;US) 
BUSINESS 

See also SMALL BUSINESSES 

International cooperative research in forest biomass production, 

15:21 85 (BA;US) 
BY-PRODUCTS 

Coal-fueled gas turbines, 15:958 (BA;US) 



C CODES 

COMET model: A system to forecast end-use technology com- 
petitiveness, 15:2676 (RA;US) 
CABLES (ELECTRIC) 

See ELECTRIC CABLES 
CADMIUM 

Radon and radon daughters in the etiology of lung cancer among 
zinc-lead miners in Southwest Missouri, 15:1111 (BA;US) 

State water-quality standards summaries. Final report, 15:1353 

(R;US) 
CAFETERIAS 

See RESTAURANTS 
CALIFORNIA 

See also LOS ANGELES 

A reliability cost-benefit analysis for HVDC transmission expan- 
sion planning, 15:708 (J;US) 

Atmospheric commune: global gasoline despite US, 15:2011 
(J;US) 

Baseline socio-economic profiles of coastal counties in the cen- 
tral California planning area. Final report, 1970-2020, 15:358 
(R;US) 

Baseline socio-economic profiles of coastal counties in the 
southern California planning area. Final report, 1970-2020, 
1 5:359 (R; US) 

California statewide assessment of the effects of ozone on crop 
productivity, 15:87 (J;US) 

Causes of coal-miner absenteeism. Information Circular/1987, 
15:178(R;US) 

Clean coal technology: an environmental perspective, 15:497 
(R;US) 

Cogeneration energy services, 15:847 (BA;US) 

Cogeneration: economic and technical analysis. August 1983- 
May 1989 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report for 
August 1983-May 1989, 15:2587 (R;US) 

Consuming the world's energy. Part 2. Upper middle-income 
economies, 15:360 (J;US) 

Designing auctions for the purchase of electric power by utilities 
under PURPA, 15:217 (RA;US) 

Environmental impacts of policies toward the rail- and motor- 
freight industries in the United States, 15:1394 (D;US) 

Evaluation of the initial implementation of the Comprehensive 
Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 
1980: Effect of the withholding of documents by the Environ- 
mental Protection Agency from Congress in 1982-83, 15:2896 
(D;US) 

FEMP [Federal Energy Management Program) Update, Spring 
1989, 15:2596 (R;US) 

Generation expansion planning including the renewable energy 
sources, 1 5:702 (J;US) 

International cooperation in protection of atmospheric ozone: 
the Montreal Protocol on substances that deplete the ozone 
layer. Leonard v. B. Sutton award paper, 15:1880 (J;US) 

Northeast Regional Biomass Energy Program: Final FY 1988 
report, October 1 987-September 1988, 15:1063 (R;US) 

Stibine removal from lead-acid (Pb-Sb) battery, 15:1105 (BA;US) 
CAM 

See COMPUTER-AIDED MANUFACTURING 
CAMAC SYSTEM 

Computer Application to Measurement And Control. 

Performance of the VAX 1 1/785 data acquisition system at the 

KFUPM energy research laboratory, 15:1418 (J;US) 
CAMEROON 

Energy Analysis Program: Annual report, FY 1988, 15:1536 

(R;US) 
CANADA 

S&e also ALBERTA 
MANITOBA 
ONTARIO 
QUEBEC 
SASKATCHEWAN 



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One Hundredth Congress, Second Session on S. 20, S. 
1105, and H.R. 791, February 23, March 24, and May 17, 
1988, 1 5:2888 (B;US) 
Coal Deposits 
The status of Canadian energy's co-processing technologies, 

15:91 6 (J;US) 
District Heating 

Applying energy-conservation retrofits to standard army build- 
ings: project design and initial energy data. Final report, 
15:462 (R;SE) 
Electric Batteries 
Cleaner environment: removing the barriers to lead-acid battery 

recycling, 15:1615 (J;US) 
Electric Power Industry 

Regulating the ESI generating giants, 15:340 (J;GB) 
Electric Utilities 

Determination of synchronous machine stator and field leakage 
inductances from standstill frequency response tests, 15:993 
(J;US) 

Prediction of electromagnetic field and current transients in 
power transmission arid distribution systems, 15:1297 (J;US) 
Utility planning perspectives, 15:2129 (J;US) 
Energy Consumption 

A mechanistic model for axisymmetric cavity growth during un- 
derground coal gasification, 15:917 (J;US) 
Energy Policy 
Energy demand - prospects and trends (Per capita), 15:639 

(B;CA) 

New diversity shown for the ART process, 15:1 254 (B;US) 
Energy Sources 

A mechanistic model for axisymmetric cavity growth during un- 
derground coal gasification, 15:917 (J;US) 
Interconnected Power Systems 
Short-term thermal unit commitment - A new method, 15:1302 

(J;US) 

Natural Gas Industry 
Canadian natural gas export capability. Topical report, 15:904 

(R;CA) 

Impact of higher oil prices on the economies of Non-Oil Devel- 
oping Countries, 15:3010 (D;CA) 
Industrial utilization research and development status report: 

1987-1988, 15:905 (R;CA) 
Nuclear Energy 

Progress update on a 90 MW build/own/operate gas turbine 
combined cycle cogeneration project with sludge drying plant, 
1 5:622 (BA;GB) 
Petroleum Deposits 
Rising oil import dependence colors world energy outlook, 

15:507(J;US) 
The status of Canadian energy's co-processing technologies, 

15:91 6 (J;US) 
Petroleum Industry 

Energy Law'88 Proceedings, 15:1223 (B;US) 
Impact of higher oil prices on the economies of Non-Oil Devel- 
oping Countries, 15:3010 (D;CA) 

Oil economy of Iraq: structure and development experience dur- 
ing the period 1953-1974 and future optimal growth within the 
framework of OPEC, 15:513 (D;CA) 
Outlook for refining in Asian and developing countries, 15:198 

(J;US) 

Radioactive Waste Management 
Guidelines for waste management in Italy issued by the Italian 

regulatory body, 15:1605 (RA;US) 
CANALS (WATERWAYS) 

See INLAND WATERWAYS 
CANCER 

See NEOPLASMS 



Economic and energy indicators. Bi-weekly report, 15:1541 
(R;US) 

Influence of low air pressure on flashover voltages of polluted 
insulators, 15:1288 (J;US) 

Understanding customer decisions, 15:1714 (BA;US) 
CAPACITY 

Legacy of traditional planning, 15:1679 (RA;US) 

Regulatory perspective on integrated value-based planning 

(IVP), 15:1682 (RA;US) 
CARBINOL 

See METHANOL 
CARBON DIOXIDE 

A nonalgorithmic review of uncertainty in electric-utility resource 
planning and decision making, 15:1277 (R;US) 

Control of air pollution from municipal waste incinerators. Hear- 
ing before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment 
of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Repre- 
sentatives, One Hundredth Congress, First Session on H.R. 
2787, July 2, 1987, 15:2872 (B;US) 

Guidance for conduct of waste management systems perfor- 
mance assessment, 15:2796 (R;US) 

Harnessing market forces to protect the environment, 15:1849 
(J;US) 

Major new foreign exploration plays during 1983-1987, 15:660 
(B;US) 

Potential effects of global climate change on the United States. 
Volume 1 . Regional studies. Draft. Report to the Congress, 
15:1373 <R;US) 

Potential effects of global climate change on the United States. 
Volume 2. National studies. Draft. Report to the Congress, 
15:1 374 (R;US) 

R and D planning implications of shifts in gas-delivery patterns. 
Final report, November 1987-July 1988, 15:189 (R;US) 

Regulation of above-ground oil and waste containers. Hearing 
before the Subcommittee on Transportation, Tourism, and 
Hazardous Materials of the Committee on Energy and Com- 
merce, House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, 
Second Session, January 26, 1988, 15:2864 (B;US) 
CARBON MONOXIDE 

Are we cleaning up: 10 Superfund case studies; a special report 
of OTA's (Office of Technology Assessment's) assessment on 
Superfund implementation, 15:1829 (R;US) 

Assessment of ocean waste disposal: case studies, 15:1362 
(R;US) 

Clean Air Act Amendments (Part 2). Hearings before the Sub- 
committee on Health and the Environment of the Committee 
on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One 
Hundredth Congress, First Session on H.R. 2521 , H.R. 3054, 
and H.R. 3196, Bills to Amend the Clean Air Act to control air 
pollution from sources on the outer continental shelf, Septe, 
1 5:2886 (B;US) 

EPA announces areas failing to attain ozone or carbon monox- 
ide standards, 15:89 (J;US) 

H.R. 2837: A Bill to amend the Toxic Substances Control Act to 
assist States in responding to the threat to human health 
posed by exposure to radon. Introduced in the House of Rep- 
resentatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, 
Report No. 100-1047, 15:2843 (B;US) 

Senegal River Basin development program: a retrospective as- 
sessment, 15:2561 (RA;US) 

Texas environmental laws detailed in new handbook, 15:2876 
(B;US) 

US/Canadian air quality effort. Hearing before the Subcommittee 
on Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Energy 
and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundredth 
Congress, First Session, October 2, 1987, 15:2887 (B;US) 
CARBON TETRACHLORIDE 

Modeling distribution-system water quality, dynamic approach, 
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CARCINOGENESIS 

Development of the DDA 8.2L diesel engine for 1988 emission 

standards, 15:783 (B;US) 
CARCINOGENS 

Municipal waste-water conveyance and treatment: technologi- 
cal progress and emerging issues 1988, 15:1356 (R;US) 
CARCINOMAS 

Depletion theory of exhaustible resources: a case study of 

Saudi Arabia, 15:1 112 (D;US) 
CARGO 

Evaluating water quality for lake management. Final report, 

15:1395 (R;US) 
CARIBBEAN SEA 

See also GULF OF MEXICO 

But the birds will lose their wonder: US policy and technological 

change, 15:1424 (D;US) 
CARLSON METHOD 

See DISCRETE ORDINATE METHOD 
CARPOOLING 

Building Physics research and development 1984-88, 15:1454 

(R;US) 
Fishing-vessel fuel-conservation project. Final report, 25 June 

1986-31 December 1 987, 15:634 (R;US) 
Rapid-rail transit and planning tools. Research report, 15:860 

(R;US) 

Residential energy, 15:471 (J;US) 
CATALYSTS 

Coprocessing - The hydrogenation of lignite together with resid- 
ual oils, 15:91 2 (J;US) 
Effect of coal concentration on coprocessing performance, 

15:91 4 (J;US) 
CATHODE RAY TUBES 

Rights and rights of nuclear energy, 15:620 (J;US) 
CEILING FANS 

Tenth annual report to Congress and the Secretary of Energy on 
the Nationwide Energy Extension Service Program, 15:1450 
(R;US) 

CELLS (BACTERIAL) 
See BACTERIA 
CELLULOSE 

A comparison of wood chip production systems, 1 5:2464 (BA;US) 
Ethanol: fueling America's future, 15:2171 (J;US) 
CENTRAL AMERICA 

See also COSTA RICA 
HONDURAS 
Ground-water management under the appropriation doctrine. 

Technical report, 15:1895 (R;US) 

Illinois statewide electric utility plan. Volume 2. Analysis and rec- 
ommendations, 15:2695 (R;US) 

Role of energy in irrigated agriculture in Niger, 15:480 (R;US) 
CENTRAL HEATING PLANTS 

Acid rain legislation, 15:592 (BA;US) 
CENTRALLY PLANNED ECONOMIES 

Includes the economies of the following countries: Albania, Bul- 
garia, People's Republic of China, Czechoslovakia, German 
Democratic Republic, Hungary, Democratic People's Repub- 
lic of Korea, Mongolia, Poland, Romania, USSR, and 
Democratic Republic of Vietnam. 
District heating and cooling technology transfer program: Final 

report, 15:1 404 (R;US) 
CERAMICS 

Economics of ethano! production in the United States, 15:2653 

(R;US) 
CERTIFICATION 

Directory of Certificates of Compliance for Radioactive Materials 

Packages: Certificates of Compliance, 15:615 (R;US) 
Directory of certificates of compliance for radioactive materials 
packages: Report of NRC approved quality assurance pro- 
grams for radioactive material packages, 15:616 (R;US) 
Indexes to Nuclear Regulatory Commission issuances, July- 
September 1988, 15:617 (R;US) 
CETACEANS 

Pollution control in the United Kingdom, 15:2556 (BA;US) 



CEYLON 

See SRI LANKA 
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS 

[Discussions with International Energy Agency's Center for the 
Analysis and Dissemination of Demonstrated Energy Tech- 
nologies concerned with database and analysis study series 
of reports, Sittard, Netherlands, May 22-26, 1989]: Foreign 
trip report, 15:1915 (R;US) 
CHEMICAL EFFLUENTS 

Intergovernmental consultation and coordination and emergency 
response: The relationship between ICCB [Intergovernmental 
Consultation and Coordination Board] and SARA [Superfund 
Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1 986] Title III in the US 
Army's Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program, 15:759 (R;US) 
CHEMICAL INDUSTRY 

California's Proposition 65 and the chemical hazard warning: 
risk management under the new code of popular outrage, 
15:1 864 (J;US) 

Fiscal year 1987 program report (Massachusetts Water Re- 
sources Research Center). Annual report, 15:1832 (R;US) 

Refrigeration for food and people: an essential technology for 
the welfare of man, 15:2904 (R;US) 

Regulatory constraints on co-combustion, 15:2211 (J;US) 

Risk-assessment methodology for hazardous-waste manage- 
ment. Final report, 15:1559 (R;US) 

US-Japan energy policy considerations for the 1990s: A joint 
project of The Atlantic Council of the United States, the 
Japanese Committee for Energy Policy Promotion, and the 
Japanese Institute of Energy Economics, 15:881 (B;US) 

University-industry coupling: exaggerated expectations, 

15:1924 (J;US) 
CHEMICAL PLANTS 

See also PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS 

Methodological challenges in hearth risk assessment. Final re- 
port, 1 5:398 (R;US) 
CHEMICAL WARFARE 

Chemical warfare: a new national policy for America, 15:18 
(R;US) 

Elimination of chemical weapons: is agreement in sight?, 15:1 

(J;US) 
CHEMICAL WARFARE AGENTS 

Capacity vulnerability indicators for strategic and critical materi- 
als. Final report, October 1 986-June 1988, 15:2901 (R;US) 

Elimination of chemical weapons: is agreement in sight?, 15:1 
(J;US) 

Production and management of small-quantity-generator haz- 
ardous waste in Florida, 15:760 (R;US) 

Site characterization plan overview: Yucca Mountain Site, 
Nevada Research and Development Area, Nevada: Consul- 
tation Draft, 15:1553 (R;US) 

Special Isotope Separation Project: Summary: Final environ- 
mental impact statement, 15:571 (R;US) 
CHEMICAL WASTES 

Agreement reached on cleanup of Maine site, 15:86 (J;US) 

Aptus industrial and hazardous-waste treatment facility, Tooele 
County, Utah, 15:28(R;US) 

California's Proposition 65 and the chemical hazard warning: 
risk management under the new code of popular outrage, 
15:1864 (J;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study. Vol- 
ume 2. Air assessment: indicator chemicals. Final report, 
1 5:376 (R;US) 
CHEMISTRY 

See also NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY 
WATER CHEMISTRY 

Biomedica! and environmental sciences programs at the Oak 
Ridge National Laboratory, 15:1121 (R;US) 

Commercializing government-sponsored innovations: Twelve 
successful buildings case studies, 15:802 (R;US) 

Community-sponsored financing programs for hospital energy 
investments: Final report, 15:797 (R;US) 

Developmental state program for institutional conservation: Vol- 
ume 2: Final technical report, October 1, 1 986-September 
30, 1988, 15 :1114 (R;US) 



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CHEMISTRY (WATER) 

See WATER CHEMISTRY 
CHESAPEAKE BAY 
Aquatic Organisms 

Extending the authorization of the Water Resources Research 
Act of 1984 through the end of Fiscal Year 1993: report to 
accompany H.R. 5010. Introduced in the House of Represen- 
tatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, August 8, 
1988, 1 5:2906 (B;US) 
Resource Management 

Baywide conventional pollutants control strategy: an agreement 
commitment report from the Chesapeake Executive Council. 
Final report, 15:2523 (R;US) 

Chesapeake Bay watershed development policies and guide- 
lines: an agreement commitment report from the Chesapeake 
Executive Council. Final report, 15:2527 (R;US) 

Chesapeake Bay wetlands policy: an agreement commitment 
report from the Chesapeake Executive Council. Final report, 
15:2524 (R;US) 

Federal facilities strategy: an agreement commitment report 
from the Chesapeake Executive Council. Final report, 
15:2521 (R;US) 

Federal work plan: an agreement commitment report from the 
Chesapeake Executive Council. Final report, 15:2520 (R;US) 

Population growth and development in the Chesapeake Bay 
watershed to the year 2020: the report of the 2020 panel to 
the Chesapeake Executive Council, 15:2526 (R;US) 

Schedule for developing Baywide Resource Management 
Strategies: an agreement commitment report from the Chesa- 
peake Executive Council. Final report, 15:2522 (R;US) 
Water Pollution Control 

Emission-inventory requirements for post-1987 ozone State Im- 
plementation Plans, 15:1360 (R;US) 
Water Quality 

Baywide conventional pollutants control strategy: an agreement 
commitment report from the Chesapeake Executive Council. 
Final report, 15:2523 (R;US) 

Chesapeake Bay wetlands policy: an agreement commitment 
report from the Chesapeake Executive Council. Final report, 
1 5:2524 (R;US) 

Federal facilities strategy: an agreement commitment report 
from the Chesapeake Executive Council. Final report, 
15:2521 (R;US) 

Federal work plan: an agreement commitment report from the 
Chesapeake Executive Council. Final report, 15:2520 (R;US) 

Permitting nonpoint sources: Programs, provisions, problems 
and potential. Technical report (Final), 15:2805 (R;US) 

Population growth and development in the Chesapeake Bay 
watershed to the year 2020: the report of the 2020 panel to 
the Chesapeake Executive Council, 15:2526 (R;US) 

Schedule for developing Baywide Resource Management 
Strategies: an agreement commitment report from the Chesa- 
peake Executive Council. Final report, 15:2522 (R;US) 

Technical assistance and incentives to local governments. An 
agreement commitment report from the Chesapeake Execu- 
tive Council. Final report, 15:2525 (R;US) 
Watersheds 

Air/Superfund national technical guidance study series, Volume 
2. Estimation of baseline air emission at Superfund sites. In- 
terim report(Final), 15:2528 (R;US) 

Chesapeake Bay watershed development policies and guide- 
lines: an agreement commitment report from the Chesapeake 
Executive Council. Final report, 15:2527 (R;US) 
Wetlands 

Technical assistance and incentives to local governments. An 
agreement commitment report from the Chesapeake Execu- 
tive Council. Final report, 15:2525 (R;US) 
CHILDREN 

See also INFANTS 

Drinking-Water Standards and Regulations. Volume 2. Manual 
for 1982-88, 15:383 (R;US) 

Lead exposure: occupational health hazards. January 1978- 
February 1989 (Citations from the Life Sciences Collection 



data base). Report for January 1 978-February 1989, 15:1381 
(R;US) 
CHILE 

A framework to predict voltage collapse in power systems, 

1 5:988 (J;US) 

Development and implementation of an agricultural load man- 
agement project, 15:2456 (B;US) 
CHINA 
Acid Rain 

Ozone carcinogenesis in vitro and its co-carcinogenesis with ra- 
diation, 15:782 (BA;US) 
Air Pollution Control 

Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement related to de- 
contamination and disposal of radioactive wastes resulting 
from March 28, 1979 accident, Three Mile Island Nuclear Sta- 
tion, Unit 2 (Docket No. 50-320): Final supplement dealing 
with post-defueling monitored storage and subsequent 
cleanup, 15:2798 (R;US) 
Biomass 

Methods of zonation for rural energy resources. Technical re- 
port, 1 5:545 (R;CN) 
Chemical Industry 
Refrigeration for food and people: an essential technology for 

the welfare of man, 15:2904 (R;US) 
Coal Industry 
New retrofit air pollution control technologies in Europe, 15:1234 

(BA;US) 
Overview of DOE's fossil energy international activities, 15:1266 

(BA;US) 

Pacific rim coal trade: A US perspective, 15:1 199 (R;US) 
Coal Reserves 

Experience of automatic coal-fired circulating fluidized-bed 

boiler plant, 15:930 (BA;US) 

The demand for coal: Taiwan's perspective, 15:1082 (R;CN) 
Coking Plants 
The Pennsylvania Energy Development Authority, 15:1264 

(BA;US) 

Economic Development 
District heating and cooling technology transfer program: Final 

report, 15:1404 (R;US) 
Energy Conservation 
Application of national energy demand model and some policy 

suggestions, 15:2747 (RA;US) 

Research into operational problems of low calorie coal combus- 
tion, 1 5:927 (BA;US) 
Energy Consumption 
Consuming the world's energy. Part 1. Industrial market 

economies, 15:538 (J;US) 

Trends in demand for petrochemicals, 15:2965 (RA;US) 
Energy Demand 

NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) 
testimony to DOL (Department of Labor) on the Occupational 
Safety and Health Administration's proposed rule on the con- 
trol of hazardous energy sources (lockout/tagout) by R. W. 
Niemeier, September 8, 1988, 15:1971 (R;US) 
Energy Efficiency 
Consuming the world's energy. Part 1. Industrial market 

economies, 15:538 (J;US) 
Energy Management 

[The economics of nuclear and conventional power plants in de- 
veloping countries): Foreign trip report, June 24-Ouly 3, 1988, 
1 5:2774 (R;US) 
Energy Policy 
Application of national energy demand model and some policy 

suggestions, 1 5:2747 (RA;US) 
Approaching long-term energy demand: Energy demand for 

production or pleasure?, 15:2748 (RA;US) 
Energy use in Chinese buildings, 15:2758 (RA;US) 
Energy utilization in rural China, 15:2766 (RA;US) 
GRI (Gas Research Institute) baseline projection methodology 

and assumptions. Topical report. Revised, 15:2968 (R;US) 
Industrial energy use and conservation in the United States, 
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Maine Office of Energy Resources 1986-87 distillate price and 
inventory monitoring program: Final report, 15:1482 (R;US) 

NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) 
testimony to DOL (Department of Labor) on the Occupational 
Safety and Health Administration's proposed rule on the con- 
trol of hazardous energy sources (lockout/tagout) by R. W. 
Niemeier, Septembers, 1988, 15:1971 (R;US) 

Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement related to de- 
contamination and disposal of radioactive wastes resulting 
from March 28, 1 979 accident, Three Mile Island Nuclear Sta- 
tion, Unit 2 (Docket No. 50-320): Final supplement dealing 
with post-defueling monitored storage and subsequent 
cleanup, 15:2798 (R;US) 

Rare earths, 15:2621 (J;US) 

Refrigeration for food and people: an essential technology for 
the welfare of man, 15:2904 (R;US) 

Research into operational problems of low calorie coal combus- 
tion, 1 5:927 (BA;US) 

Structural changes in the US business environment and electric- 
ity markets-potential lessons for China, 15:2764 (RA;US) 

The US energy economy after energy crises, 15:2769 (RA;US) 

The US transportation sector in perspective, 15:2761 (RA;US) 

The world oil outlook to 1995, 15:2767 (RA;US) 

Trends in demand for petrochemicals, 15:2965 (RA;US) 

US energy policy since 1973, 15:2772 (RA;US) 

Urbanization and modern lifestyles: Implications for fuel use, 
15:2759(RA;US) 

[Energy sector issues in Korea, Seoul, Korea, July 30-August 
1 1 , 1989]: Foreign trip report, 15:2743 (R;US) 

[The economics of nuclear and conventional power plants in de- 
veloping countries]: Foreign trip report, June 24-July 3, 1988, 
15:2774 (R;US) 
Energy Supplies 

NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) 
testimony to DOL (Department of Labor) on the Occupational 
Safety and Health Administration's proposed rule on the con- 
trol of hazardous energy sources (lockouftagout) by R. W. 
Niemeier, Septembers, 1988, 15:1971 (R;US) 

Trends in demand for petrochemicals, 15:2965 (RA;US) 
Environmental Policy 

RCRA subtitle D application to drilling operations, 15:1839 

(BA;US) 
Fluid (zed-Bed Combustors 

Ozone carcinogenesis in vitro and its co-carcinogenesis with ra- 
diation, 15:782 (BA;US) 

Utility boiler design for low volatile coals, 15:929 (BA;US) 
Fossil-Fuel Power Plants 

The coal-water slurry combustion technology and its applica- 
tions to industrial furnaces, 15:926 (BA;US) 
industrial Plants 

Industrial energy use and conservation in the United States, 

15:2946(RA;US) 
Nuclear Weapons 

Gorbachev's arms policy rooted in past, 15:125 (J;US) 
OH Fields 

Selection and operation of production facilities for handling high 

pourpoint crude oils, 15:1240 (BA;US) 
Petrochemical Plants 

Energy utilization in rural China, 15:2766 (RA;US) 
Petroleum Industry 

A perspective of service company operations in China, 15:1239 

(BA;US) 
Petroleum Refineries 

Maximizing the existing potential of new foreign markets for an- 
thracite, 1 5:898 (R;US) 
Rural Areas 

Dynamic voltage control by remote voltage regulation for 
pumped storage plants, 15:546 (J;CN) 

The world oil outlook to 1995, 15:2767 (RA;US) 
Technology Assessment 

Application of national energy demand model and some policy 

suggestions, 15:2747 (RA;US) 
Urban Populations 

The US transportation sector in perspective, 15:2761 (RA;US) 



[Energy sector issues in Korea, Seoul, Korea, July 30-August 

11, 1989]: Foreign trip report, 15:2743 (R;US) 
Water Pollution Control 

Economic evaluation techniques for the environment, 15:103 

(B;US) 
CHLOR-ALKALI INDUSTRY 

See CHEMICAL INDUSTRY 
CHLORINATED AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS 

Handling and management of hazardous materials and wastes, 
15:104(B;US) 

Indoor Air Quality Act of 1988: report to accompany S. 1629. 
US Senate, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, Au- 
gust 2, 1988, Report No. 100-442, 15:2853 (B;US) 

S. 2667: A Bill to establish a national energy policy to reduce 
global warming, and for other purposes. Introduced in the 
Senate of the United States, One Hundredth Congress, Sec- 
ond Session, July 28, 1988, 15:2863 (B;US) 
CHRISTMAS TREES 

See WELLHEADS 
CHROMIUM 

Surface mining, 15:2902 (R;US) 
CITIES 

See URBAN AREAS 
CLASSIFIED INFORMATION 

Individual plant examination: Submittal guidance: Final report, 
1 5:2977 (R;US) 

Report to the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission on analysis 
and evaluation of operational data - 1987: Power reactors, 
1 5:308 (R;US) 
CLEAN AIR ACT 

Amendments to Ocean Dumping Act. House of Representa- 
tives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, August 3, 
1988, 15:2850 (B;US) 

Clean Air Act Amendments (Part 2). Hearings before the Sub- 
committee on Health and the Environment of the Committee 
on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One 
Hundredth Congress, First Session on H.R. 2521, H.R. 3054, 
and H.R. 3196, Bills to Amend the Clean Air Act to control air 
pollution from sources on the outer continental shelf, Septe, 
1 5:2886 (B;US) 

Financing alternatives for agricultural nonpoint source pollution 
control programs. Final report, 15:584 (R;US) 

Fuel choices beyond the year 2000, 15:1230 (BA;US) 

Gasoline marketing, 15:2994 (R;US) 

H.R. 5556: A Bill to amend the Clean Air Act to control 
hazardous air pollutants. Introduced in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, 
October 20, 1988, 15:2849 (B;US) 

Historical assessment of hazardous-waste management in Madi- 
son and St. Clair Counties, Illinois, 1890-1980, 15:2828 (R;US) 

Implications of the findings of the expedition to investigate the 
ozone hole over the Antarctic. Joint Hearing before the Sub- 
committees on Environmental Protection and Hazardous 
Wastes and Toxic Substances of the Committee on Environ- 
ment and Public Works, United States Senate, One Hundredth 
Congress, First Session, October 27, 1987, 15:2861 (B;US) 

Lead contamination. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 
Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and 
Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundredth 
Congress, December 10, 1987, July 13, 1988, 15:2884 (B;US) 

Relationship between vehicle emissions control program fea- 
tures and vehicle emissions, 15:1388 (D;US) 

S. 2458: A Bill to amend the Clean Air Act to establish a pro- 
gram for the control of the emissions of municipal solid waste 
incinerators, to initiate a program for the training of incinerator 
operators, to amend the Solid Waste Disposal Act to establish 
requirements for the disposal of incinerator ash from munici- 
pal solid waste incinerators, and for, 15:2848 (B;US) 

S. 2844: A Bill to provide for radon testing. Introduced in the 
Senate of the United States, One Hundredth Congress, Sec- 
ond Session, September 29, 1988, 15:2846 (B;US) 

Texas environmental laws detailed in new handbook, 15:2876 
(B;US) 



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US/Canadian air quality effort. Hearing before the Subcommittee 
on Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Energy 
and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundredth 
Congress, First Session, October 2, 1987, 15:2887 (B;US) 
CLEAN COKE PROCESS 

Gasoline marketing, 15:2994 (R;US) 
CLEAN WATER ACT 

Prior to April 1980, FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL 
ACT was used to index this concept. 

Integrated environmental management: A need for change. 
Technical report, 15:2807 (R;US) 

Maryland long-term stream-chemistry monitoring program, 
1 5:369 (R;US) 

Philippine environmental impact statement system: an institu- 
tional analysis of implementation, 15:261 (D;US) 

Progress in the prevention and control of air pollution in 1 987. 
Annual report (Final), 15:2827 (R;US) 

Report to Congress: management of hazardous wastes from 
educational institutions, 15:2540 (R;US) 

Review of technical documents supporting proposed revisions 
to EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) regulations for the 
disposal/reuse of sewage sludge under Section 405(D) of the 
Clean Water Act. Final report, 15:75 (R;US) 

Risk-assessment management, communication: a guide to se- 
lected sources. Volume 2, Number 2. Information guide, 
1 5:281 0(R;US) 

State and territorial use of ground-water strategy grant funds 
(Section 106 Clean Water Act). Technical report (Final), 15:41 
(R;US) 

Water quality in Iowa during 1 986 and 1 987, 1 5:48 (R;US) 
CLIMATES 

Demand-side management component of an integrated bidding 
program, 15:2376 (RA;US) 

Economic study of the potential for water markets in Idaho. Re- 
port for 1 May 1985-30 April 1987, 15:432 (R;US) 

Guidance document for providing alternate water supplies, 
15:251 5 (R;US) 

Guidance for conduct of waste management systems perfor- 
mance assessment, 15:2796 (R;US) 

Harnessing market forces to protect the environment, 15:1849 
(J;US) 

Key elements of legislative and regulatory framework for using 
energy conservation to reduce acid rain compliance costs, 
1 5:2374 (RA;US) 

Potential effects of global climate change on the United States. 
Volume 1 . Regional studies. Draft. Report to the Congress, 
1 5:1373 (R;US) 

Potential effects of global climate change on the United States. 
Volume 2. National studies. Draft. Report to the Congress, 
1 5:1374 (R;US) 

Proposals for monitoring the performance of electric utilities. 
Technical paper, 15:670 (R;US) 

Protecting the ozone, 15:1858 (J;US) 

Regulation of above-ground oil and waste containers. Hearing 
before the Subcommittee on Transportation, Tourism, and 
Hazardous Materials of the Committee on Energy and Com- 
merce, House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, 
Second Session, January 26, 1988, 15:2864 (B;US) 

Screening procedure to evaluate air pollution effects on Class I 
wilderness areas. Forest Service general technical report (Fi- 
nal), 15:1 375 (R;US) 
CO-GENERATION 

See COGENERATION 
COAL 

See also SUBBITUMINOUS COAL 
Ash Content 

Combustion characteristics of biocoal (coal-wood briquettes), 

15:921 (BA;US) 
Bioconversion 

A research plan for coal biogasification, 1 5:2989 (RA;US) 

Introductory remarks, 15:2986 (RA;US) 

Petroleum supply monthly, July 1989, 15:2990 (R;US) 

Recent progress in coal bioprocessing research in Europe, 
1 5:2988 (RA;US) 



Recent progress in coal bioprocessing research in the United 

States, 15:2987(RA;US) 
Briquetting 
Advanced research and technology development fossil energy 

materials program, 15:2652 (J;GB) 
Chemical Properties 

Utility boiler design for low volatile coals, 15:929 (BA;US) 
Cleaning 
Applications of high temperature superconductivity, 15:609 

(BA;JP) 

S. 2458: A Bill to amend the Clean Air Act to establish a pro- 
gram for the control of the emissions of municipal solid waste 
incinerators, to initiate a program for the training of incinerator 
operators, to amend the Solid Waste Disposal Act to establish 
requirements for the disposal of incinerator ash from munici- 
pal solid waste incinerators, and fo^ 15:2848 (B;US) 
Combustion 
Applications of high temperature superconductivity, 15:609 

(BA;JP) 

Energy consumption and economic evaluation of thermal stor- 
age and recovery systems fora commercial building, 15:1173 
(BA;US) 

Gasoline marketing, 15:2994 (R;US) 

New achievements of science and technology of coal combus- 
tion in China, 15:928 (BA;US) 
Technology transfer, 15:818 (J;US) 
Trends in paniculate control for coal fired boilers, 15:1236 

(BA;US) 
Combustion Control 

State energy policy to enhance coal production, 15:1237 (BA;US) 
Combustion Products 
Light-heavy crude differentials, 1988: good news, bad news, 

1 5:498 (J;US) 
R and D planning implications of shifts in gas-delivery patterns. 

Final report, November 1987-July 1988, 15:189 (R;US) 
US - Italian coal water mixture program, 15:1235 (BA;US) 
Combustion Properties 
Further development of fluidized-bed combustion by better use 

of the hydrodynamics, 15:922 (BA;US) 
Comparative Evaluations 

Health risk assessment, 15:1650 (BA;US) 
Consumption Rates 

Natural gas - able to compete with lower gas prices, 1 5:206 (J;US) 
Demonstration Programs 

Innovative Clean Coal Technology: Programmatic Environmen- 
tal Impact Analysis (PEIA), 15:1209 (R;US) 
Energy Conversion 

A statewide, least-cost plan for Rhode Island: Final report on 
the initial work of the Rhode Island least-cost planning com- 
mittee, 15:2656 (R;US) 
Energy Policy 

The Saarberg-Holter wet FGD (flue gas desulfurization) pro- 
cess, 15:1 244 (BA;US) 
Energy Supplies 

Present and future status of China's energy, 15:2964 (RA;US) 
Environmental Impacts 
Characterization and utilization of natural gas in Alaska: Final 

report, 15:1 989 (R;US) 
Environmental Policy 

Oil and related issues, 15:2301 (RA;US) 
Exports 

Application of electrical submersible pumps in natural and artifi- 
cial water-drive reservoirs, 15:1246 (BA;US) 
Current status of MHD electrical power generation in the USSR, 

15:1 269 (BA;US) 
International coal research and development cooperation, 

15:1 268 (BA;US) 

Natural gas monthly, November 1988, 15:886 (R;US) 
The Indonesian coal program until the year 2000, 15:1 200 (R;US) 
Flotation 

Restoration of wildlife habitat at Burning Star 4, 15:1225 (BA;US) 
Fluidized-Bed Combustion 
Coal classification for fluidized-bed combustion, 15:931 (BA;US) 



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Cogeneration and heat pumps in combination with thermal stor- 
age, 15:1162 (BA;US) 

Intelligent load manager (LOADMAN): application of expert- 
system technology to load-management problems in power 
generation and distribution systems. Phase 1. Final report, 
December 1987-31 August 1988, 15:664 (R;US) 

Japanese activities on energy storage by superconductivities 
(SMES), 15:809 (BA;US) 

Micronized coal, 15:935 (BA;US) 

Research into operational problems of low calorie coal combus- 
tion, 15:927 (BA;US) 

Research on characteristics of Hua-yi sulphur dioxide sorbent 
for fluidized-bed combustion, 1 5:924 (BA;US) 

Utility boiler design for low volatile coals, 15:929 (BA;US) 

Who owns the gas in coal? - A legal update, 15:932 (BA;US) 
Fuel Slurries 

Trends in particulate control for coal fired boilers, 15:1236 

(BA;US) 
Fuel Substitution 

Sustainabilhy of fossil fuels and alternative energies for Turkey, 

15:2027 (J;US) 
Imports 

Industrial natural gas markets: facts, fallacies, and forecasts. 

Topical report, 15:2642 (R;US) 
Information 

Petroleum supply monthly, March 1989, 15:1983 (R;US) 
Market 

15 years since the Oil Shock. How to keep up with the new 
change outlook of energy supply-demand and problems in 
policy, 15:2973 (J;JP;ln Japanese) 

British electricity industry: which way to go?, 15:223 (J;GB) 

Effect of low oil prices on US oil production, 15:196 (J;GB) 

Fifth annual international Pittsburgh Coal Conference, Septem- 
ber 1988, 15:1 233 (BA;US) 

Fuel choices beyond the year 2000, 15:1232 (BA;US) 

Fuel choices beyond the year 2000, 15:1231 (BA;US) 

Fuel choices beyond the year 2000, 15:1230 (BA;US) 

New directions in environmental protection in oil and gas opera- 
tions, 15:2025 (J;NL) 

Oil, 15:950 (B;US) 

The international steam coal market and UK coal, 15:195 (BA;GB) 
Meetings 

New retrofit air pollution control technologies in Europe, 15:1234 
(BA;US) 

Surface-operating standards for oil and gas exploration and de- 
velopment 'Gold Book 1 , (third edition), 15:2640 (R;US) 
Pollution Regulations 

S. 2844: A Bill to provide for radon testing. Introduced in the 
Senate of the United States, One Hundredth Congress, Sec- 
ond Session, September 29, 1988, 15:2846 (B;US) 
Power Generation 

Evaluation of energy information administration form EIA-23 an- 
nual survey of domestic oil and gas reserves: Report years 
1978-1979, 15:2303 (R;US) 
Prices 

Alaska disaster's instant market response: petro-politicians 
challenged, 15:2008 (J;US) 

Atmospheric commune: global gasoline despite US, 15:2011 
(J;US) 

Colombian exploration proceeding at swift pace, 15:502 (J;US) 

Compensation of power factor in rectifier systems utilized in oil 
drilling rigs, 1 5:539 (J;US) 

Consuming the world's energy. Part 1. Industrial market 
economies, 15:538 (J;US) 

Consuming the world's energy. Part 3. Low- and middle-income 
economies, 15:537 (J;US) 

Economic considerations for a new gas turbine system in the 
U.S. Navy, 15:361 (J;US) 

Energy demand prospects and the role of coal, 15:194 (BA;US) 

Evidence of OPEC pricing power: raw materials or refined prod- 
ucts?, 1 5:500 (J;US) 

Improving public awareness of the importance of coal and clean 
coal technology, 15:1642 (R;US) 



Margins two years after the crash: more than a window, 15:501 

(J;US) 
OPEC's November agreement and the future of the oil market, 

15:2013 (J;US) 
Offshore platform removal and abandonment 1987 - Review 

and update, 15:324 (B;US) 

Offshore rig outlook may improve in 3-5 years, 15:2002 (J;US) 
Oil-Sector indicators, 1988: US producers still exploring for 

clout, 15:1661 (J;US) 

Potential curbed by lack of funds, 15:1662 (J;US) 
Real-time refinery optimization, 15:2009 (J;US) 
Steps for quality control, field implementation, 15:2006 (J;US) 
Update: world refining investments. The love-hate affair with the 

downstream, 15:499 (J;US) 
What did 1988 teach US downstreamers? Long-term = 6 

months, 15:2012 (J;US) 
Production 
International energy outlook, 1989: Projections to 2000, 

15:1 204 (R;US) 

Natural gas - able to compete with lower gas prices, 1 5:206 (J;US) 
Natural gas monthly, May 1989, 15:2634 (R;US) 
Petroleum supply annual 1988: Volume 1, 15:1986 (R;US) 
Risk analysis in hydrocarbon appraisals, 15:2319 (BA;GB) 
Public Opinion 

Petroleum marketing monthly, February 1989, 15:1643 (R;US) 
Quality Control 
Combustion characteristics of biocoal (coal-wood briquettes), 

15:921 (BA;US) 
Rail Transport 

Natual gas monthly, 15:1484 (R;US) 
Reserves 
Overview of DOE's fossil energy international activities, 15:1266 

(BA;US) 
The Pennsylvania Energy Development Authority, 15:1264 

(BA;US) 

Resource Development 
The United States Congress and alternative transportation fuel 

development, 15:1242 (BA;US) 
Road Transport 

Natual gas monthly, 15:1484 (R;US) 
Severance Tax 

Central energy systems: Applications to economic develop- 
ment, 15:21 77 (R;US) 
Socic-Economic Factors 

Energy and the economy in oil-exporting countries: general- 
equilibrium analysis and application to Venezuela, 15:1499 

(D;GB) 

Supply and Demand 
1988 GRI baseline projection of US energy supply and demand 

to 2010, 15:1191 (R;KR) 

British electricity industry: which way to go?, 15:223 (J;GB) 
Fusion: A necessary component of US energy policy, 15:1083 

(R;TW) 
International energy outlook, 1989: Projections to 2000, 

15:1 204 (R;US) 

Petroleum supply annual 1988: Volume 1 , 15:1986 (R;US) 
The demand for coal: Taiwan's perspective, 15:1082 (R;CN) 
Trade 

Effect of low oil prices on US oil production, 15:196 (J;GB) 
Monthly energy review, April 1989, 15:2631 (R;US) 
Risk analysis in hydrocarbon appraisals, 15:2319 (BA;GB) 
COAL DEPOSITS 

See also COAL SEAMS 

Artificial recharge of aquifers. January 1 977-December 1988 

(Citations from the Selected Water Resources Abstracts data 

base). Report for January 1 977-December 1988, 15:599 

(R;US) 
Forecasting of mine price for central Appalachian steam coal, 

1 5:323 (J;US) 

Natural resources accounting, 15:933 (B;US) 
Northwest Colorado coal preference right lease applications, 

Rio Blanco County, Colorado, 15:25 (R;US) 



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COAL FINES 

Changes of the territorial structure of gas demand and supply, 

15:936 (B;US) 
COAL GASIFICATION 

See also WESTINGHOUSE GASIFICATION PROCESS 
Air-quality benefits of alternate fuels, 15:208 (J;US) 
Characterization and utilization of natural gas in Alaska: Final 

report, 15:1989 (R;US) 

Continuous kinetic lumping for lignite liquefaction, 15:918 (J;US) 
From one crisis to the next. The fate of the oil markets in the 

1990s, 15:1210 (J;US) 

Naval Petroleum Reserve-1, 15:2315 (R;US) 
Waste management program: Fiscal year 1989 summary pro- 
gram plan, 15:893 (R;US) 
COAL INDUSTRY 
Competition 

Effect of low oil prices on US oil production, 15:196 (J;GB) 
Compiled Data 
International energy outlook, 1989: Projections to 2000, 

15:1204 (R;US) 

Petroleum supply annual 1988: Volume 1 , 15:1986 (R;US) 
Contract Management 
Econometric studies of energy demand and supply, 15:962 

(B;US) 

Environmental Impacts 
R and D planning implications of shifts in gas-delivery patterns. 

Final report, November 1987-July 1988, 15:189 (R;US) 
Forecasting 

Fifth annual international Pittsburgh Coal Conference, Septem- 
ber 1988, 15:1 233 (BA;US) 

Fuel choices beyond the year 2000, 15:1231 (BA;US) 
Fuel choices beyond the year 2000, 15:1232 (BA;US) 
Fuel choices beyond the year 2000, 15:1230 (BA;US) 
The demand for coal: Taiwan's perspective, 15:1082 (R;CN) 
Government Policies 
Pillar recovery, 15:1226 (BA;US) 
The impact of new tax reforms on the oil and gas industry, 

15:1648 (BA;US) 
Input-Output Analysis 
District heating and cooling technology transfer program: Final 

report, 15:1404 (R;US) 
International Cooperation 
Current status of MHD electrical power generation in the USSR, 

15:1269 (BA;US) 
Labor Relations 

OPEC stability and oil-price behavior, 15:1272 (D;GB) 
Legislation 

Energy security to 2000, 15:879 (B;ES) 
Market 

Proceedings of the American Mining Congress, 15:1229 (B;US) 
Marketing Research 

International energy agency, 1 5:900 (R;US) 
Maximizing the existing potential of new foreign markets for an- 
thracite: Executive summary, 15:899 (R;US) 
Mineral Rights 

Natural resources accounting, 15:933 (B;US) 
Ownership 
Perspectives for energy diversification in Mexico, 15:1978 

(BA;GB) 
Proceedings of the SPE hydrocarbon economics and evaluation 

symposium, 15:1993 (B;GB) 
Performance 

Risk analysis and optional investment in the electricity supply in- 
dustry, 15:2490 (BA;GB) 
Production 
International petroleum market greatly influences the short-term 

energy outlook, 15:203 (J;IN) 
Productivity 

Determining the effect of incentive programs on the occurrence 
of accidents, injuries, and productivity - final report. Open File 
Report 20 January 1984-31 December 1987, 15:179 (R;US) 
Parametric study of the undiscovered resource base: recom- 
mended for enhancing the GRI (Gas Research Institute) 
baseline projection, 15:180 (R;US) 



Petroleum education in the People's Republic of China, 15:1238 
(BA;US) 

The situation of the coal industry in the People's Republic of 

China and the policies to be taken, 15:1265 (BA;US) 
Supply and Demand 

Natural gas monthly, May 1989, 15:2634 (R;US) 
Surface Mining 

International petroleum market greatly influences the short-term 

energy outlook, 15:203 (J;IN) 
COAL LIQUEFACTION 

A broad research program on the sciences of complexity: An- 
nual report, 15:1411 (R;US) 

Characterization and utilization of natural gas in Alaska: Final 
report, 15:1 989 (R;US) 

Coal liquefaction: A research and development needs assess- 
ment: Volume 2, Final report, 15:1410 (R;US) 

Coal preparation and the clean coal technology program, 
15:919(BA;US) 

Coprocessing with petroleum resid and Martin Lake Lignite, 
15:91 3 (J;US) 

From one crisis to the next. The fate of the oil markets in the 

1990s, 15:121 (J;US) 
COAL MINERS 

Determining the effect of incentive programs on the occurrence 
of accidents, injuries, and productivity - final report. Open Fife 
Report 20 January 1984-31 December 1987, 15:179 (R;US) 

Federal and state taxation of highway diesel fuel: administration 
and compliance, 15:902 (R;US) 

NGL markets entering decade of change, 15:3014 (J;US) 
COAL MINES 

America's water quality - regional perspective: Tennessee Val- 
ley, 15:95(J;US) 

HPI spending outlook '89, 15:957 (J;US) 

Industrial natural gas markets: facts, fallacies, and forecasts. 
Topical report, 15:2642 (R;US) 

NGL markets entering decade of change, 15:3014 (J;US) 

OPEC stability and oil-price behavior, 15:1272 (D;GB) 

Ozone carcinogenesis in vitro and its co-carcinogenesis with ra- 
diation, 15:782 (BA;US) 

Pillar recovery, 15:1226 (BA;US) 

Restoration of wildlife habitat at Burning Star 4, 15:1225 (BA;US) 

The integration of geostatistics into the quality control effort at 
Consolidation Coal Company, 15:1228 (BA;US) 

Trends in western surface coal mine productivity, 15:1227 

(BA;US) 
COAL MINING 

China's coal industry: Prospects for investment, 15:1 198 (R;US) 

Compilation, evaluation, and prediction of triple-layer model 
constants for ions on Fe(lll) and Mn(IV) hydrous oxides, 
1 5:589 (R;US) 

HPI spending outlook '89, 15:957 (J;US) 

Human factors in mining, 15:956 (B;US) 

Parametric study of the undiscovered resource base: recom- 
mended for enhancing the GRI (Gas Research Institute) 
baseline projection, 15:180 (R;US) 

Petroleum supply monthly, March 1989, 15:1983 (R;US) 

Saudi Arabia's oil policy, 15:559 (J;US;ln Japanese) 

The situation of the coal industry in the People's Republic of 

China and the policies to be taken, 15:1265 (BA;US) 
COAL PREPARATION 

Alternative fuels-data base development project: Final report, 
1 5:895 (R;US) 

Combustion characteristics of biocoal (coal-wood briquettes), 
15:921 (BA;US) 

From one crisis to the next. The fate of the oil markets in the 
1990s, 15:1210 (J;US) 

Heat engines program: Fiscal year 1989 summary program 
plan, 1 5:889 (R;US) 

Oil, 15:950 (B;US) 

Proceedings of coal prep 88, 15:920 (B;US) 
COAL PREPARATION PLANTS 

Proceedings of the American Mining Congress, 15:1229 (B;US) 
COAL RESERVES 

Oil and related issues, 15:2301 (RA;US) 



COAL SEAMS 

Continuous kinetic lumping for lignite liquefaction, 15:918 (J;US) 
COAL-FIRED GAS TURBINES 

Previous to February 1980 this concept was indexed to GAS 
TURBINES. 

Status of commercialization of alternative fuels for highway vehi- 
cles, 15:959 (BA;US) 
COAL-FIRED MHD GENERATORS 

International development of MHD electrical power generation, 
15:1270 (BA;US) 

Transition from school to work in the Durham coalfield, 15:1271 

(D;US) 
COAL-OIL MIXTURES 

$99 COAL 

FUEL OILS 
COASTAL REGIONS 

Baseline socio-economic profiles of coastal counties in the cen- 
tral California planning area. Final report, 1970-2020, 15:358 
(R;US) 

Baseline socio-economic profiles of coastal counties in the 
southern California planning area. Final report, 1970-2020, 
15:359 (R;US) 

Consuming the world's energy. Part 2. Upper middle-income 
economies, 15:360 (J;US) 

Critique of several regulatory analyses regarding solvent 
wastes. Technical report, 15:2817 (R;US) 

Monitoring environmental quality, 15:102 (J;US) 

Real-time refinery optimization, 15:2009 (J;US) 
COASTAL WATERS 

Amends to Ocean Dumping Act. Introduced in the House of 
Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, 
June 30, 1988, 15:2855 (B;US) 

Critique of several regulatory analyses regarding solvent 
wastes. Technical report, 15:2817 (R;US) 

Occurrence of synthetic volatile organic chemicals in drinking 
water, food, and air (revised draft), July 1987, 15:2544 (R;US) 

Plastic pollution in the marine environment. Hearing before the 
National Ocean Policy Study of the Committee on Commerce, 
Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, One Hun- 
dredth Congress, First Session, July 29, 1987, 15:2867 (B;US) 

Review of the results of the Antarctic ozone expedition. Hearing 
before the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, 
House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, First 
Session, October 29, 1987, 15:2881 (B;US) 

Waste Reduction Act of 1988. House of Representatives, One 
Hundredth Congress, Second Session, September 30, 1988, 
1 5:2839 (B;US) 
COBALT 

Surface mining, 15:2902 (R;US) 
COFFEE PLANTS 

Development of a nine-ton-per-hour direct fired pulverized bio- 
mass firing system, 15:2157 (BA;US) 
COGENERATION 

Prior to November 1980, this concept was indexed to CO- 
GENERATION. 

Challenge of packaged cogeneration, 15:283 (J;US) 

ENEL's (Italian Electricity Board) strategies and programs within 
the framework of the Italian energy situation, 15:3025 (J;IT;ln 
Italian) 

Innovative design and management make small fields viable, 
15:653 (J;US) 

Intelligent load manager (LOADMAN): application of expert- 
system technology to load-management problems in power 
generation and distribution systems. Phase 1. Final report, 
December 1987-31 August 1988, 15:664 (R;US) 

Modular small-scale cogenerators, 15:2590 (J;US) 

Planning building energy conservation research in the US, 
15:284 (R;US) 

Three major issues confronting Japan's electric companies, 

15:2343 (RA;US) 
Bottoming Cycles 

Current electric system operating problems from a cogenera- 
tor's viewpoint, 15:2943 (J;US) 



Commercialization 

Belgium's radioactive waste management policy, 15:1597 

(RA;US) 

Comparative Evaluations 

Interruptible/curtailable rate programs: issues in the develop- 
ment of customer credits, 15:2679 (RA;US) 
Competition 
Dimensioning of cogeneration in complex competitive system 

surroundings, 15:2712 (BA;US) 
Power marketing in the future, 15:2713 (BA;US) 
Constraints 

Technology Transfer Test Bed Program. Field demonstration of 
the energy planning module's energy-conservation options 
proposed for the DD Form 1391 Processor. Final report, 
15:2944 (R;US) 
Cost 
Optimum scheduling procedure for cogenerating Small Power 

Producing Facilities, 15:2942 (J;US) 
Cost Estimation 

Circulating fluidized bed as a biofuel combustor, 15:1 944 (BA;US) 
Demonstration Programs 

Cost drivers affecting gas-fired prepackaged cogeneration sys- 
tems, Part II, 15:2592 (J;US) 
Design 

District heating and combined heat and power - a major contrib- 
utor to energy conservation in Denmark, 15:1446 (BA;US) 
Economic Analysis 

Economic measures of performance, 15:842 (BA;US) 
Hot water and energy use in apartment buildings, 15:1319 

(BA;US) 

Marketing challenges for power electronics, 15:2687 (RA;US) 
Role of public service commissions in facilitating the develop- 
ment of combined heat and power generation in the US, 
1 5:2588 (BA;US) 
Economic Development 
Cogeneration energy services, 15:847 (BA;US) 
Cogeneration vs. central power plants, 15:2711 (BA;US) 
The California cogeneration success story, 15:846 (BA;US) 
Economic Policy 

Packaged cogeneration, 15:143 (J;US) 
Economics 

Cogeneration and heat pumps in combination with thermal stor- 
age, 15:1162(BA;US) 

Conversion of an electric power plant in Des Moines to cogener- 
ation and district heating, 15:1 163 (BA;US) 
Factory-assembled systems, 15:844 (BA;US) 
Nuclear materials management and safeguards system 

(NMMSS), 1 5:849 (J;US) 

Prospects for mini cogeneration systems, 15:625 (BA;US) 
Energy Policy 

Cogeneration: economic and technical analysis. August 1983- 
May 1989 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report for 
August 1 983-May 1989, 15:2587 (R;US) 
Feasibility Studies 

Design, performance and costs of an innovative 6.4-MW wood- 
fueled cogeneration plant, 15:1943 (BA;US) 
Documented means of financing cogeneration, 15:627 (BA;US) 
Modular small-scale cogenerators, 15:2593 (J;US) 
The energy amenity, 15:1165 (BA;US) 
Financing 

Recent court decisions, 15:558 (J;US) 
Tennessee's Tier I Program: Final report, 15:628 (R;US) 
Implementation 

Demand-side management strategies for the 90s: Proceedings: 
Fourth national conference on utility DSM programs: Volume 
1, 15:1676 (R;US) 
Investment 

Cash flow analysis, 15:841 (BA;US) 
Market 
1988 national weatherization state managers' conference: Final 

report, 15:2254 (R;US) 
Marketing 

Public utilities regulatory policy act, 15:848 (BA;US) 
Site data collection, 15:839 (BA;US) 



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Planning 

Bronx Zoo cogeneration project, 15:2594 (J;US) 
Design, performance and costs of an innovative 6.4-MW wood- 
fueled cogeneration plant, 15:1943 (BA;US) 
Energy Task Force status report for first quarter year ten, 

15:1 948 (R;US) 
FEMP [Federal Energy Management Program] Update, Spring 

1989, 15:2596 (R;US) 
Financing structures for internal use cogeneration projects, 

15:2591 (J;US) 
Permitting a large cogeneration project in California, 15:2595 

(J;US) 

Public Opinion 
Commercial application of mid-sized cogeneration technology, 

15:626 (BA;US) 
Rate Structure 

Bulk power contracts: valuing reliability, 15:1700 (RA;US) 
Regulations 

Energy consumption and economic evaluation of thermal stor- 
age and recovery systems for a commercial building, 15:1 173 
(BA;US) 
Introduction: demand-side management- a fundamental part of 

utility planning, 15:2079 (RA;US) 
Research Programs 

Refinery heat integration using pinch technology, 15:1946 (J;US) 
Resource Potential 

Proceedings of the 1987 20th annual frontiers of power confer- 
ence, 15:2938 (B;US) 
Reviews 
Development of and outlook for cogeneration in the United 

States, 15:1 942 (RA;US) 
Tax Laws 
Cogeneration opportunities in Developing Countries, 15:2710 

(BA;US) 
Technology Assessment 

Dynamic and inherent benefits of energy storage, 15:1051 

(BA;US) 
Prospects for gas cooling and commercial cogeneration, 15:624 

(BA;US) 

Role of public service commissions in facilitating the develop- 
ment of combined heat and power generation in the US, 
1 5:2588 (BA;US) 
Technology Impacts 
The use of detailed simulation for the study of the feasibility of 

cogeneration at a university campus, 15:1164 (BA;US) 
T herm ody nam ics 

Characteristics of commercial buildings 1986: Nonresidential 

buildings energy consumption survey, 15:144 (R;US) 
USA 

New Exxon gas-plant design couples NGL recovery with cogen- 
eration, 1 5:2589 (J;GB) 
COGENERATION PLANTS 

See DUAL-PURPOSE POWER PLANTS 
COILS (ELECTRIC) 

See ELECTRIC COILS 
COKING PLANTS 

The Pennsylvania Energy Development Authority, 15:1264 

(BA;US) 
COLD LAKE DEPOSIT 

The new coprocessing pilot plant at CANMET's energy research 

laboratories, 15:915 (J;US) 
COLD STORAGE 

Electric utility planning in light of global climate change con- 
cerns, 15:2373 (RA;US) 

Habitat requirements for Chesapeake Bay living resources. 
Chesapeake Bay Program Agreement Commitment Report, 
15:2905 (R;US) 

Photovoltaics as an operating energy system, 15:220 (R;US) 
COLLEGES 

See EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES 
COLLIERIES 

See COAL MINES 



COLOMBIA 

Fire flood recovery process effects upon heavy oil properties, 
1 5:503 (J;US) 

Natural gas monthly, November 1988, 15:886 (R;US) 

Sponsoring technology - EEC experience, 15:661 (BA;US) 
COLORADO 

Future directions in advanced exploratory research related to 
oil, gas, shale and tar sand resources, 15:896 (R;US) 

Maintenance of flows downstream from water-development pro- 
jects in Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming. Appendix A, 
15:789 (R;US) 

Mineral commodity summaries 1988, 15:790 (B;US) 

Northwest Colorado coal preference right lease applications, 

Rio Blanco County, Colorado, 15:25 (R;US) 
COMBINED GAS AND STEAM CYCLE POWER PLANTS 

See COMBINED-CYCLE POWER PLANTS 
COMBINED STEAM-POWER GENERATION 

See COGENERATION 
COMBINED-CYCLE POWER PLANTS 

Prior to March, 1976, the descriptors COMBINED CYCLES and 
FOSSIL-FUEL POWER PLANTS or THERMAL POWER 
PLANTS were used for indexing this concept. 

Characterization and utilization of natural gas in Alaska: Final 
report, 15:1989 (R;US) 

Combustion control of waste burning, 1 5:623 (BA;US) 

Optimum scheduling procedure for cogenerating Small Power 
Producing Facilities, 15:2942 (J;US) 

Private-sector power generation in Thailand: potential, impedi- 
ments, and policy issues. Final report, 15:516 (R;US) 

Space commercialization and power system technology, 
15:1 058 (BA;US) 

Spot pricing of electricity, 15:2457 (B;US) 

Supermarket refrigeration modeling and field demonstration: In- 
terim report, 15:1280 (R;US) 

The technology and cost of producing triglyceride liquids from 
microalgae for use as fuels, 15:2466 (BA;US) 

Wood: power for the future, 15:2167 (J;US) 
COMBUSTION 

See also FLUIDIZED-BED COMBUSTION 

Applications of high temperature superconductivity, 15:609 
(BA;JP) 

New achievements of science and technology of coal combus- 
tion in China, 15:928 (BA;US) 

Technology transfer, 15:818 (J;US) 

Water quality criteria for hexahydro-1,3,5-trinitro-1,3,5-triazine 

(RDX), 15:221 2 (J;US) 
COMBUSTION CONTROL 

Prospects for gas cooling and commercial cogeneration, 15:624 

(BA;US) 
COMBUSTION KINETICS 

An investigation to define the physical/chemical constraints 
which limit NO/sub x/ emission reduction achievable by re- 
burning, 15:23 (R;US) 
COMBUSTION PRODUCTS 

Black Hills versus Weinberger: how useful is it for other Air 
Force bases to competitively acquire electricity. Student re- 
port, 15:209 (R;US) 

Combined sewer overflow: A management study. Technical re- 
port, 15:281 6 (R;US) 

Hazardous-waste enforcement in Illinois, Fiscal year 1987. Re- 
port for 1 July 1986-30 June 1987, 15:587 (R;US) 

Instrumentation Technical Program Management Team: Annual 
report, FY-1988, 15:778 (R;US) 

Light-heavy crude differentials, 1988: good news, bad news, 
1 5:498 (J;US) 

R and D planning implications of shifts in gas-delivery patterns. 

Final report, November 1987-July 1988, 15:189 (R;US) 
COMBUSTORS 

See also FLUIDIZED-BED COMBUSTORS 
PULSE COMBUSTORS 

Evaluation of transit systems for a rapidly growing city in a de- 
veloping country, 15:2953 (D;US) 

New achievements of science and technology of coal combus- 
tion in China, 15:928 (BA;US) 



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Sea a/so RESTAURANTS 
Degeneration 

Hot water and energy use in apartment buildings, 15:1319 
(BA;US) 

The purpose and effect of deep strategic force reductions, 

15:1610(BA;US) 
Computer-Aided Design 

Putting science and technology to work: A casebook of trans- 
ferred technologies, 15:1124 (R;US) 
Cooling Systems 

Improved simulation techniques for power system dynamics, 
15:981 (J;US) 

Load control experiments with heat pumps during the winter, 

15:1519 (B;US) 
Energy Audits 

An overview of 3-D graphical analysis using DOE-2 hourly simu- 
lation data, 15:11 86 (BA;US) 

Directory of Energy Information Administration models 1989, 

15:1785 (R;US) 
Energy Conservation 

Assessment and evaluation of Ohio Electric Utilities demand- 
side programs, 15:2356 (RA;US) 

Breakthroughs in end-use metering for program monitoring and 
evaluation, 15:2443 (RA;US) 

Building an integrated resource planning process from a 
traditional supply planning function: the Montana-Dakota ex- 
perience, 15:2265 (RA;US) 

Demand-side management programs for new residential and 
commercial buildings: what have we learned, 1 5:2264 (RA;US) 

Economic analysis of proposed voluntary energy conservation 
standard for new residential buildings, 15:2608 (R;US) 

Energy savings and self-selection bias: application and interpre- 
tation, 1 5:2447 (RA;US) 

Graphical spreadsheets: a tool for demand side management 
planning, 15:2445 (RA;US) 

Metered residential hot water loads in the Pacific Northwest - 
implications for demand side management programs, 
15:2269 (RA;US) 

New organizational responses to the changing transit environ- 
ment, 1 5:289 (R;US) 

Potential impacts of climate change on electric utilities: Final re- 
port, 15:1281 (R;US) 

Technical review of coal supply contracts, 15:961 (BA;US) 

Water heater cycling - the modern approach, 15:2272 (RA;US) 
Energy Consumption 

An expert system for building energy consumption analysis, 
15:11 74 (BA;US) 

Evaluation of the energy and demand effects of Wisconsin Elec- 
tric Power Company's Smart Money conservation program, 
15:2444 (RA;US) 

Integrated resource planning: case studies of two Minnesota 
utilities, 15:2358 (RA;US) 

Measures and investment options for community energy con- 
servation: Strategies with a municipally owned utility, 1 5:2256 
(R;US) 

Woody biomass energy resources of Illinois. Final report, 

15:228 (R;US) 
Energy Demand 

The energy amenity, 15:1165 (BA;US) 
Energy Management 

US Army participation in shared energy savings contracting in 

the federal government, 1 5:883 (BA;US) 
Energy Management Systems 

The use of load and billing data to design cost-based agricul- 
tural rates, 15:1742 (J;US) 
Energy Storage Systems 

Peak load reducing technologies marketing study, 15:2416 
(RA;US) 



Lighting Loads 

Market success: it's who you know that counts, 15:2385 (RA;US) 
Peak Load 

Resource recovery facility siting: Recommendations for eco- 
nomic and other equity adjustments: Final report, 15:1777 
(R;US) 
Power Demand 

Characterizing residential space conditioning loads, 15:2261 
(RA;US) 

Methods to integrate demand and supply options and an evalu- 
ation of least cost planning models: US Department of 
Energy Least-Cost Utility Planning program integrated utility 
planning, 15:1670 (R;US) 
Power Supplies 

Integrated analysis of demand-side programs, 15:1016 (J;US) 
Space HVAC Systems 

Customer segmentation, 15:1689 (RA;US) 

System and material specifications for an advanced gas- 
distribution system. Task 2. Ddentification and evaluation of 
future gas customers. Topical report, December 1987-June 
1988, 15:652 (R;US) 
Surveys 

Federally-assisted housing: progress and plans, 15:145 (RA;US) 
COMMERCIAL SECTOR 
Cogeneration 

Gas utilities and cogeneration, 15:946 (BA;US) 

Marketing equipment at the leading edge of technology, 15:947 

(BA;US) 
Cooperation 

Resolving issues at the Department of Energy/Oak Ridge Oper- 
ations Facilities, 15:20 (R;US) 
Electric Power 

Electric-power and natural-gas utilities expand diversification ef- 
forts, 15:225 (J;US) 
Energy Conservation 

Cogeneration on a large scale, 15:1 172 (J;US) 

Demand-side management programs for new residential and 
commercial buildings: what have we learned, 15:2264(RA;US) 

Energy management programs for large commercial and indus- 
trial electric utility customers, 15:2370 (RA;US) 

Influencing professionals in the commercial new construction 
market, 15:2368 (RA;US) 

Market research in a regulatory setting: the Wisconsin commer- 
cial segmentation study, 15:2369 (RA;US) 

Marketing interruptible rates to commercial and industrial cus- 
tomers: a case study, 15:2363 (RA;US) 

NEES stand-by generations program: design, results, and 
lessons learned, 15:2371 (RA;US) 

PEPCO'S approach to implementing a demand side manage- 
ment program, 15:1054 (BA;US) 
Energy Consumption 

Getting to yes with residential bill disaggregation, 15:2403 
(RA;US) 

Micro Grid: A needs assessment technique for educational and 

emergency preparedness programs, 15:301 (R;US) 
Energy Demand 

COOLAID: A market assessment tool for cool storage systems, 
15:2677(RA;US) 

Experience using commend, 15:2675 (RA;US) 

Residential customer preference and behavior: Market segmen- 
tation using CLASSIFYtrademark: Final report, 15:131 6 (R;US) 

Selecting DSM program monitoring and evaluation techniques, 

1 5:2669 (RA;US) 
Energy Supplies 

An introduction to exploration economics, 15:2777 (B;US) 

Electric and gas rates for the residential and commercial sec- 
tors: 1988. Volume 2. Topical report, 15:2776 (R;US) 



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Mobile home weatherization research project: Final summary 

report, 1 5:2950 (R;US) 
Inventories 

Unexamined questions about SDI, 15:448 (J;US) 
Load Management 

Optimal short term operation of a purely hydroelectric system, 

15:691 (J;US) 
Power Demand 

Motivations for and evolution of DSM, 15:2081 (RA;US) 

Understanding and estimating industrial energy use for DSM 

program design, 15:2364 (RA;US) 
Rate Structure 

Value of product differentiation in electricity markets, 15:1694 

(RA;US) 
Space HVAC Systems 

Planning building energy conservation research in the US, 

15:284 (R;US) 
Space Heating 

Energy and the economy in oil-exporting countries: general- 
equilibrium analysis and application to Venezuela, 15:1499 
(D;GB) 
Technology Impacts 

COOLAID: A market assessment tool for cool storage systems, 

15:2677 (RA;US) 
COMMERCIALIZATION 

High-technology's influence upon higher educational policy in 

Massachusetts, 15:1422 (D;US) 
COMMON MARKET 

ENEL's (Italian Electricity Board) strategies and programs within 
the framework of the Italian energy situation, 15:3025 (J;IT;ln 
Italian) 

Energy conservation in Italian building systems: regional initia- 
tives in Lombardia, 15:2958 (J;IT;ln Italian) 

Fuel poverty as an outcome measure: a comparative study of 
energy policies in Norway and the United Kingdom, 15:1343 
(BA;DE) 

Quarterly status of Department of Energy projects, 15:346 (R;GB) 

State of the governmental support in ISES-member countries, 
15:1781 (BA;GB) 

Wood fuels for domestic space heating: A feasible petroleum 

substitute for wooded remote areas, 15:3076 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
COMMUNICATIONS 

Macroeconomic effects of energy supply and demand fluctua- 
tions, 15:2780 (J;US;ln Italian) 

PLATINE, 15:1739 (J;US) 

Structural model for the Saudi Arabian economy: a monetary 

approach, 15:1347 (D;US) 
COMMUNITIES 

See also PLANNED COMMUNITIES 

Alleviating line overload by line switching, 15:2113 (J;US) 

Central radon data base and digitized bedrock map of US EPA 
(Environmental Protection Agency) Region 1 . Technical re- 
port, 15:2814 (R;US) 

Fourth R and D programme on non nuclear energy, 15:1917 
(BA;AU) 

Inventory of biomass facilities in Illinois, 15:726 (R;US) 

Macroeconomic effects of energy supply and demand fluctua- 
tions, 15:2780 (J;US;ln Italian) 

Municipal waste-to-energy marketplace to exceed $20 billion 
during next ten years, 15:1959 (J;US) 

New solar banks for farms, 15:3074 (J;US;ln Italian) 

OPEC's current $18/barrel price policy, 15:1495 (BA;CA) 

Risk associated with the demilitarization of the United States 

chemical weapons stockpile, 15:1552 (R;US) 
COMMUNITIES (ECOLOGICAL) 

See ECOSYSTEMS 
COMPACT IGNITION TOKAMAK 

A Tokamak proposed as a next-step after TFTR, i.e., for exten- 
sive ignited-core studies. 

A first approach to the safety analysis of a tokamak test reactor 
by a system study methodology, 15:1570 (J;US) 



Non-cancer dose-response assessments wfthin the EPA (Envi- 
ronmental Protection Agency): A foundation for selecting a 
dose-response assessment method to assess Section 112 
pollutants based on non-cancer effects. Technical report, 
15:2830 (R;US) 

Regulatory impact analysis: Benefits and costs of proposed Na- 
tional Primary Drinking Water Regulations for inorganic 
chemicals. Phase 2, March 1989, 15:2821 (R;US) 
COMPOUNDS (ORGANIC) 

See ORGANIC COMPOUNDS 
COMPRESSED GASES 

Black Hills versus Weinberger: how useful is it for other Air 
Force bases to competitively acquire electricity. Student re- 
port, 1 5:209 (R;US) 
COMPRESSORS 

See also GAS COMPRESSORS 

Potential impacts of climate change on electric utilities: Final re- 
port, 15:1281 (R;US) 
COMPUTER CODES 

Computer codes are indexed by their initial letter and CODES, 
e.g., A CODES. If the code name begins with a number the 
code is indexed to NUMBER CODES. 

See also C CODES 
P CODES 
W CODES 

An expert system based algorithm for short term load forecast, 
15:1303 (J;US) 

Economic measures of performance, 15:842 (BA;US) 

Electric power system planning under time-of-use rates, 
15:3040 (J;US) 

Energy in France in 1988, 15:2727 (J;US;ln French) 

Environmental impact research program: distance-sampling 
techniques. Section 6.2.2. US Army Corps of Engineers Wildlife 
Resources Management Manual. Final report, 15:1551 (R;US) 

Kainji hydroelectric project: a socio-economic post-impact as- 
sessment, 15:533 (D;US) 

Knowledge engineering for HVAC expert systems, 15:1177 
(BA;US) 

Large-scale optimal power flow, 15:1755 (J;US) 

Linear programming state estimation: Error analysis and gross 
error identification, 15:350 (J;US) 

Navigating a protection-engineering data base, 15:2103 (J;US) 

Operational losses savings attributable to load management, 
15:1740 (J;US) 

The inclusion of dynamic factors in statistical power system cost 
models, Part I, 15:2126 (J;US) 

Trajectory approximations for direct energy methods that use 
sustained faults with detailed power system models, 15:1793 
(J;KW) 
COMPUTER NETWORKS 

Appropriate comparisons of international energy data, 15:2473 

(RA;US) 
COMPUTER PROGRAMS 

See COMPUTER CODES 
COMPUTER-AIDED MANUFACTURING 

Energy and technology review, 15:607 (R;US) 
COMPUTERIZED CONTROL SYSTEMS 

California: oil's champion, or martyr?, 15:2010 (J;US) 

Determination of load block compositions in load-shedding 
schemes, 15:1029 (J;US) 

Energy and coal supply and demand in Korea: Trends and out- 
look, 15:1190 (R;GB) 

Optimal long term transmission expansion planning based on 
maximum principle, 15:1011 (J;US) 

Productivity and technical change: US high-tech industries, 
1 5:364 (D;US) 

Real-time monitoring, optimization and control of a hydroelectric 
generation complex, 15:2455 (B;US) 

Study of the conflict between private and public power interests 
in Louisiana, 1950-1980: competition and conflict between 
Gulf States Utilities Company and REA funded cooperatives, 
15:1525 (D;GB) 

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COMPUTERS 

See also DEC COMPUTERS 

MICROPROCESSORS 
Productivity and technical change: US high-tech industries, 

15:364 (D;US) 
Setbacks and peak loads in commercial buildings, 15:1776 

(R;US) 
Structural model for the Saudi Arabian economy: a monetary 

approach, 1 5:1347 (D;US) 
Technology transfer: the problem of dependence in Kuwait, 

15:1920 (D;US) 
CONCENTRATIONS (RADIONUCLIDES) 

See RADIOACTIVITY 
CONCENTRATOR SOLAR CELLS 

Prior to July, 1979 SOLAR CELLS or specific solar cells de- 
scriptors and SOLAR CONCENTRATORS were used to index 
this concept. 

The costs of photovoltaic concentrator modules, 15:12 (R;US) 
CONCRETES 

Optimum diversion plan for hydropower scheme, 15:2572 (J;US) 
CONDENSER COOLING SYSTEMS 

Agricultural nonpoint pollution: a regulatory dilemma, 15:260 

(J;US) 
CONDENSERS (ELECTRIC) 

See CAPACITORS 
CONDUCTORS (ELECTRIC) 

See ELECTRIC CONDUCTORS 
CONSERVATION (ENERGY) 

See ENERGY CONSERVATION 
CONSERVATION (RESOURCE) 

See RESOURCE CONSERVATION 
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 

Savings and inter-energy substitutions in the intermediate con- 
sumption of energy in Italy, 15:3069 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
Tribology within the Department of Defense, 15:267 (RA;US) 
CONSUMER PRICE INDEX 

Evaluating energy and non-energy impacts of energy conserva- 
tion programs: A supply curve framework of analysis, 
1 5:2475 (R;US) 
CONSUMER PRODUCTS 

Articles of commerce available to the general public. When pos- 
sible, use descriptors for the specific products. 
Evaluating energy and non-energy impacts of energy conserva- 
tion programs: A supply curve framework of analysis, 
1 5:2475 (R;US) 
CONTACTORS 

See SWITCHES 
CONTENT ANALYSIS 

See CHEMICAL ANALYSIS 
CONTINENTAL SHELF 

Proposed 1989 North Atlantic OCS Lease Sale 96, 15:24 (R;US) 
CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION 

See CONTRACT MANAGEMENT 
CONTRACT MANAGEMENT 

Prior to March 1983 this concept was indexed to PROGRAM 

MANAGEMENT. 

Environmental concerns of energy use, 15:2756 (RA;US) 
CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL 

Environmental Regulatory Update Table, November 1988, 

1 5:578 (R;US) 

TRADE [Training Resources and Data Exchange]: Annual re- 
port, FY 88, 15:577 (R;US) 
CONTRACTS 

Survey on excessive alarms, 15:3043 (J;US) 
CONTROL (INSPECTION) 

See INSPECTION 
CONTROL (RADIOACTIVITY) 

See RADIATION MONITORING 
CONTROL SYSTEMS 

For automated processes including feedback. 

See also COMPUTERIZED CONTROL SYSTEMS 

VAR CONTROL SYSTEMS 

Determinants of measured energy consumption in public hous- 
ing, 15:1048 (J;US) 



Incorporation of nonlinear load models in the transient energy 

function method, 15:3055 (J;US) 
Plumbing the earth's depth, 15:191 (J;US) 
The electricity consumption impacts of commercial energy man- 
agement systems, 15:1741 (J;US) 
CONVECTIVE LOOP HOUSES 

See DOUBLE ENVELOPE BUILDINGS 
CONVENTIONAL WARFARE 

Arms control in Europe... and now the Conventional Stability 

Talks, 15:3 (J;SE) 
Gas energy transport and distribution: pipeline or wire, 15:1442 

(R;US) 

Practical steps for building confidence in Europe, 15:4 (J;US) 
Restructuring of Soviet foreign policy, 15:14 (J;US) 
CONVENTIONS 

See AGREEMENTS 
COOLING SYSTEMS 

See also CONDENSER COOLING SYSTEMS 

Consumer education as a development policy tool: the case of 

conservation and renewables in Jordan, 15:745 (BA;US) 
COOLING WATER CHEMICAL TREATMENT 

See WATER CHEMISTRY 
COORDINATED RESEARCH PROGRAMS 

Research based on a common plan but carried out in various 
locations. To be used In coordination with institutions or coun- 
tries involved. 
Photovoltaic technology, installed system and module cost, 

1 5:825 (BA;US) 
COPPER OXIDES 

Maglev, 15:812 (BA;US) 

Operational experiences of the Tevatron, 15:816 (BA;US) 

Superconductivity in copper oxide compounds - prospects and 

perspectives, 15:811 (BA;US) 
COPROCESSING 

A mechanistic model for axisymmetric cavity growth during un- 
derground coal gasification, 15:917 (J;US) 
Coprocessing - The hydrogenation of lignite together with resid- 
ual oils, 15:912 (J;US) 
Coprocessing with petroleum resid and Martin Lake Lignite, 

1 5:913 (J;US) 
Effect of coal concentration on coprocessing performance, 

1 5:914 (J;US) 
Novel dispersed-phase catalytic approach to coprocessing, 

15:911 (J;US) 
The new coprocessing pilot plant at CANMET's energy research 

laboratories, 15:915 (J;US) 
The status of Canadian energy's co-processing technologies, 

15:91 6 (J;US) 
CORN STOVER 

See AGRICULTURAL WASTES 
CORONA DISCHARGES 

Adaptation of the control equipment to permit 3-terminal opera- 
tion of the HVDC link between Sardinia, Corsica and 
mainland Italy, 15:1764 (J;US) 
CORPS OF ENGINEERS 

Urban-climate effects of energy demand for space heating, 

1 5:567 (R; US) 
COSMETICS 

See CONSUMER PRODUCTS 
COST 

See also EXCESS COSTS 

OPERATING COST 

Annual energy review, 1988, 15:2029 (R;US) 
Electric Power Monthly, February 1989, 15:1671 (R;US) 
COSTA RICA 

[Solar energy technology transfer, Guatemala City, Guatemala 
and Tegucigalpa, Honduras, August 20-August 30, 1989J: 
Foreign trip report, 15:2915 (R;US) 
COUNTY BUILDINGS 

See PUBLIC BUILDINGS 
COUPLE CORROSION 

See ELECTROCHEMICAL CORROSION 
"COURT BUILDINGS 

See PUBLIC BUILDINGS 



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CREEKS 

See STREAMS 
CRITICALITY ACCIDENTS 

See RADIATION ACCIDENTS 
CROPS 

California statewide assessment of the effects of ozone on crop 

productivity, 15:87 (J;US) 
New energy markets for agricultural industry (E.E.C. biomass 

conversion R & D), 15:3075 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
Polluting incidents in and around US waters: calendar year, 

1984, 1985 and 1986, 15:2543 (R;US) 
CRUDE CARRIERS 

See TANKER SHIPS 
CRUDE OIL 

See PETROLEUM 
CRYOGENIC STORAGE DEVICES 

General dynamics large superconducting magnets for govern- 
ment applications, 15:814 (BA;US) 
CRYOGENICS 

General dynamics large superconducting magnets for govern- 
ment applications, 15:814 (BA;US) 
CULM 

Cogeneration and heat pumps in combination with thermal stor- 
age, 15:1162 (BA;US) 
CULTURAL OBJECTS 

Objects of historical and/or artistic value. 
Environment and energy: an odd duo, 15:1868 (J;US) 
CULTURAL RESOURCES 

Market for energy, 15:2482 (B;US) 
CURRENT (ALTERNATING) 

See ALTERNATING CURRENT 
CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

Physical protection philosophy and techniques in Brazil, 
15:1149(J;US) 



D 

DAIRY INDUSTRY 

New REEPS PC model, 15:2673 (RA;US) 
DAMS 

Electric power annual, 1987, 15:211 (R;US) 

Environmental impact statements and climate change, 15:1848 

(J;US) 
DATA ACQUISITION 

Regulations may dictate smaller route trucks, 15:1480 (J;US) 
DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEMS 

Impact of automation on the reliability of the Athens Utilities 

Board's distribution system, 15:1294 (J;US) 
Renewable energy education in Canadian schools, 15:2148 

(BA;US) 
Review of ground flash density measuring devices regarding 

power system applications, 15:1759 (J;US) 
Texas in transition: dependence on oil and the national econ- 
omy, 15:1814(J;US) 
DATA BASE MANAGEMENT 

Fossil energy review, 15:1487 (R;US) 

Load impact of interruptible and curtailable rate programs. Evi- 
dence from ten utilities, 15:983 (J;US) 
DATA COVARIANCES 
Data uncertainties 

Role of energy costs in the CPI-U, 15:2474 (RA;US) 
DAYLIGHTING 

Auto occupancy monitoring. Final report, January 1987-October 

1987, 15:151 (R;US) 

Energy conservation through building design. October 1984- 
April 1989 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report for 
October 1984-April 1989, 15:2607 (R;US) 
DC SYSTEMS 

See also EHV DC SYSTEMS 

HVDC SYSTEMS 

Adequacy evaluation of a small area in a large composite power 
network, 15:2131 (J;US) 



An efficient algorithm for load balancing of transformers and 
feeders by switch operation in large scale distribution sys- 
tems, 15:681 (J;US) 

Application of superconducting magnet energy storage to im- 
prove power system dynamic performance, 15:1013 (J;US) 
Developing marginal costs for real-time pricing, 15:525 (J;US) 
Development and implementation of an agricultural load man- 
agement project. A case study, 15:978 (J;US) 
Evaluation of a local DC load flow screening method for branch 

contingency selection of overloads, 15:524 (J;US) 
Flexible strategies for load/demand management using dynamic 

pricing, 15:1723 (J;US) 
Optimal demand-side response to electricity spot prices for 

storage-type customers, 15:3033 (J;US) 
DEATH 

Perspectives on superpower summitry: a content analytic study 
of US and western European newspaper account of the Octo- 
ber, 1986 Reykjavik meeting between Ronald Reagan and 
Mikhail Gorbachev, 15:1438 (D;US) 
DEC COMPUTERS 

Computers manufactured by Digital Equipment Corporation. 
Performance of the VAX 1 1/785 data acquisition system at the 

KFUPM energy research laboratory, 15:1418 (J;US) 
Technology strategies and the choice of mode in foreign tech- 
nology acquisition: case study of Korean pharmaceutical 
firms, 15:1419(D;US) 
DECISION MAKING 

Ground-water contamination from waste-management sites: 
Interaction between risk-based engineering design and regu- 
latory policy, 15:2894 (D;CA) 
National policy and military doctrine: development of a nuclear 

concept of land warfare, 1949-1964, 15:1441 (D;US) 
State Energy Commission of Western Australia annual report 

1988, 15:2451 (B;US) 
DECOMMISSIONING 

See also REACTOR DECOMMISSIONING 
Decommissioning nuclear power plants: a case for internal 

funding, 15:133 (J;US) 
Headed for the last shutdown, 15:135 (J;US) 
Nuclear power plant decommissioning: an unresolveci problem, 

15:134 (J;US) 
DEFENSE 

See NATIONAL DEFENSE 
DEFORESTATION 

Reagan vs. the environment, 15:1851 (J;US) 
DEGRADATION (ENERGY) 

See ENERGY LOSSES 
DELAWARE 

Fiscal Year 1987 program report: Delaware Water Resources 

Center, 15:61 (R;US) 
DEMONSTRATION PROGRAMS 

Developing a local capacity to plan and implement appropriate 

technologies: methodology and constraints, 15:1916 (B;US) 
Wetland Evaluation Technique (WET). Volume 2. Methodology. 
Operational draft. Final report, June 1 984-September 1988, 
15:1799 (R;US) 
DENMARK 

Marketing and design of residential energy conservation pro- 
grams for the elderly, 15:149 (R;US) 
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE 

See US DOD 
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 

See US DOT 
DESERTRON 

See SUPERCONDUCTING SUPER COLLIDER 
DESTRUCTIVE TESTING 

Energy and technology review, 15:607 (R;US) 
DETERGENTS 

Clean air '89: opportunity in The Netherlands, 15:1889 (J;US) 
DETONATORS 

Energy and technology review, 15:607 (R;US) 
DEVELOPED COUNTRIES 

Compensation of power factor in rectifier systems utilized in oil 
drilling rigs, 15:539 (J;US) 



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Consuming the world's energy. Part 3. Low- and middle-income 

economies, 15:537 (J;US) 
Energy demand - prospects and trends (Per capita), 15:639 

(B;CA) 
Implications for conventional forces, 15:1542 (BA;US) 

DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 

See also ALGERIA 

ARGENTINA 
BRAZIL 
CAMEROON 
CHILE 

COSTA RICA 
CZECHOSLOVAKIA 
EGYPTIAN ARAB REPUBLIC 
GREECE 
HONDURAS 
ICELAND 
INDIA 

INDONESIA 
IRAN 
IRAQ 
JORDAN 
KENYA 
LIBYA 
MALI 

MAURITANIA 
MEXICO 
NIGER 
NIGERIA 
PAKISTAN 
PHILIPPINES 
POLAND 

REPUBLIC OF KOREA 
SENEGAL 
SINGAPORE 
SPAIN 
SRI LANKA 
THAILAND 
TURKEY 
VENEZUELA 
YUGOSLAVIA 
ZAMBIA 
Agriculture 

AEA technology available to industry, 15:440 (J;US) 
Fiscal year 1987 program report (Massachusetts Water Re- 
sources Research Center). Annual report, 15:1832 (R;US) 
Appropriate Technology 
Fourth R and D programme on non nuclear energy, 15:1917 

(BA;AU) 

Economic Analysis 
Human-resource planning in the Venezuelan oil industry, 

15:2000 (D;US) 
Economic Development 
Leadership in the oil industry, 15:2021 (J;AT) 
Oil demand and prices in the 1990s, 15:2015 (J;KW) 
Economic Growth 

Forecasting sales with the personal computer, 15:2184 (B;US) 
Electric Power 

Report on modular hydropower demonstration, 15:1704 (R;US) 
Electric Utilities 

Advanced Utility Simulation Model, Energy, and Employment 
Impacts Module (Version 1.0). Final report, September 1982- 
August1983, 15:671 (R;US) 
Energy Accounting 
Energy taxes and economic performance. A regional general 

equilibrium analysis, 15:1548 (J;FR) 
Energy Consumption 
Consuming the world's energy. Part 1. Industrial market 

economies, 15:538 (J;US) 
Consuming the world's energy. Part 3. Low- and middle-income 

economies, 15:537 (J;US) 

Economic considerations for a new gas turbine system in the 
U.S. Navy, 15:361 (J;US) 



Energy Demand 

Benefits and costs of small, short-lead-time power plants and 
demand-site programs in an era of load-growth uncertainty, 
15:1 634 (R;US) 
Energy Efficiency 
Consuming the world's energy. Part 1. Industrial market 

economies, 15:538 (J;US) 
Energy Expenses 
Political economy of Maghribi oil: Change and development in 

Algeria and Libya, 15:3011 (D;US) 
Energy Management 

Strategic petroleum reserve: Quarterly report, 15:493 (R;US) 
Energy Policy 

Urban energy supply and utilization in China, 15:2760 (RA;US) 
Forests 

Secondary lead production in Malaysia, 15:1577 (J;US) 
Fossil-Fuel Power Plants 

Electric and gas rates for the residential and commercial sec- 
tors: 1988. Volume 1. Topical report, September 1988-March 
1989, 15:2775 (R;US) 
Hydroelectric Power 

Kainji hydroelectric project: a socio-economic post-impact as- 
sessment, 15:533 (D;US) 
Hydrogen Production 
Electric-utility demand-side programs: Resources for the 1990s, 

15:1 668 (R;US) 
laea Safeguards 

Arms control: misplaced focus, 15:141 (J;US) 
Industrial Plants 

Analysis of four selected state-transportation coordinated efforts 
in social services and rural public transportation. Final report, 
15:1625 (R;US) 
Mineral Resources 

Negotiating a license to government technology, 15:1904 (R;US) 
Multinational Enterprises 

Technology and society: ideological implications of information 
and computer technologies in the Soviet Union, 15:1919 (D;US) 
Non-Prollferation Treaty 

Arms control: misplaced focus, 15:141 (J;US) 
Nuclear Power Plants 

Electric and gas rates for the residential and commercial sec- 
tors: 1988. Volume 1. Topical report, September 1988-March 
1989, 15:2775 (R;US) 
Photovoltaic Conversion 
Privatising electricity: impact on the UK energy market, 15:221 

(B;US) 

Power Demand 

The impacts of inadequate electricity supply in developing coun- 
tries, 15:11 (R;US) 
Power Systems 
An integrated economic analysis of commercial thermal energy 

storage, 15:1518 (B;US) 
Renewable Energy Sources 
Growing power. Bioenergy for development and industry, 

15:1080 (B;US) 
Residential Sector 

Demand for energy, 15:2615 (BA;US) 
Resource Development 

Environment and natural resources. Policy paper, 15:595 (R;US) 
Refinery heat integration using pinch technology, 1 5:1 946 (J;US) 
Resource document for consideration of the tulalip aquifer as a 

sole source aquifer, 15:596 (R;US) 

Water works, electric utilities, and cable television: Contrasting 
historical patterns of ownership and regulation, 15:2779 (D;US) 
Technology Transfer 
Reenlistment behavior of nuclear-trained enlisted men. Master's 

thesis, 15:445 (R;US) 
Transportation Systems 
Methanol Bus Program data analysis report. Interim report, 

September 1 987-June 1988, 15:1629 (R;US) 
Urban Areas 

Irrigation efficiency and production energy efficiency of tradi- 
tional and modern farms in the Al-Hassa Oasis Saudi Arabia, 
1 5:2954 (D;US) 



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Urban Populations 

Urban energy supply and utilization in China, 15:2760 (RA;US) 
DEVICES 

See EQUIPMENT 
DIAMOND DRILLING EQUIPMENT 
See DRILLING EQUIPMENT 
DIESEL ENGINES 

Air quality and forests, 15:784 (BA;US) 

Calculation of energy requirements for a paper machine drive 

rebuild, 15:540 (J;US) 
DIESEL FUELS 

Cloud effects on distributed photovoltaic generation, 15:2467 

(J;US) 
Outlook for natural gas in the industrial sector. Topical report, 

15:186(R;US) 
Overview of the Canadian natural gas industry. Final report, 

January-October 1987, 15:903 (R;US) 
DIESEL OIL (FRACTION) 
See DIESEL FUELS 
DIGESTER GAS 

See METHANE 
DINING HALLS 

See RESTAURANTS 
DIOXIN 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study. Vol- 
ume 5. Peer review summary: TRC (Technical Review 
Committee) responses. Final report, 15:379 (R;US) 
National Screening Survey of Hazardous- Waste Treatment, Stor- 
age, Disposal, and Recycling Facilities, 1986, 15:390 (R;US) 
Preliminary evaluation of initial TSCA (Toxic Substances Control 
Act) section 8(e) substantial risk notices. January 1 , 1 987 to 
December 31, 1988, 15:2533 (R;US) 
DIRECT CYCLE COOLING SYSTEMS 

Typical electric bills: Based on January 1, 1988 rates, 15:724 

(R;US) 
DIRECT ENERGY CONVERSION 

See a/so PHOTOVOLTAIC CONVERSION 

Reduced order models for an induction motor group during bus 

transfer, 15:1794 (J; US) 
D1RECTED-ENERGY WEAPONS 

Introduction to the journal of Glenn T. Seaborg, Chairman of the 
US Atomic Energy Commission, 1961-1971, 15:1138 (R;US) 
Strategic defense and directed-energy weapons, 15:5 (J;US) 
DISARMAMENT 

See ARMS CONTROL 
DISASTERS 

Managing natural resources for sustainable development. Spe- 
cial report, 15:594 (R;US) 
DISCHARGES (WASTES) 

See WASTE DISPOSAL 
DISCOUNT RATE 

See INTEREST RATE 
DISCRETE ORDINATE METHOD 

A tunable integration method for the simulation of power system 

dynamics, 15:1002 (J;US) 
DISCRETE ORDINATES 

See DISCRETE ORDINATE METHOD 
DISINTEGRATION (FISSION) 

See FISSION 
DISMANTLING (REACTOR) 

See REACTOR DISMANTLING 
DISPOSAL (WASTES) 

See WASTE DISPOSAL 
DISSOLVED OXYGEN 

See OXYGEN 
DISTILLATE FUEL 

See HEATING OILS 
DISTILLATE FUEL OIL 

See HEATING OILS 
DISTILLATION 

Modeling cogeneration systems with DOE-2.1C, 15:1318 

(BA;US) 
DISTRICT COOLING 



Developmental state program for institutional conservation: Vol- 
ume 3: Final technical report, October 1, 1 986-September 
30, 1988, 15:1405 (R;US) 

Performance of sunspaces in northern climates, 15:1 1 83 (BA;US) 

The hidden link: Energy and economic development: Phase II: 
Marketing and financing strategies for community energy pro- 
jects, 15:21 78 (R;US) 

Third-Party Financing guide: South Carolina, 15:235 (R;US) 
DISTRICT HEATING 

Applying energy-conservation retrofits to standard army build- 
ings: project design and initial energy data. Final report, 
1 5:462 (R;SE) 

Conversion of an electric power plant in Des Moines to cogener- 
ation and district heating, 15:1 163 (BA;US) 

Developing a quality plan at a national laboratory, 15:1478 (R;US) 

Developmental state program for institutional conservation: Vol- 
ume 3: Final technical report, October 1, 1 986-September 
30,1988, 15:1405 (R;US) 

District heating in Europe and US, 15:2940 {J;IT;ln Japanese) 

Economic prospects of natural-gas-fired mini-cogeneration 
plants in Sweden, 15:460 (R;SE) 

Installation-wide energy-conservation demonstration at Fort Mc- 
Clellan, Alabama. Final report, 15:1447 (R;GB) 

National Energy Accounts, 1958-1985. Technical report (Final), 
15:2750 (R;US) 

Performance of sunspaces in northern climates, 15:1 183 (BA;US) 

State uses of Exxon and Stripper Well oil overcharge funds: 
Status report No. 4, 15:2754 (R;IT) 

The hidden link: Energy and economic development: Phase II: 
Marketing and financing strategies for community energy pro- 
jects, 15:2178 (R;US) 

The use of detailed simulation for the study of the feasibility of 
cogeneration at a university campus, 15:1164 (BA;US) 

Third-Party Financing guide: South Carolina, 15:235 (R;US) 

Totally integrated control system for the 220 mW cogeneration 
plant Mellach, 15:1445 (J;US) 

[Technical support services for conservation and renewable en- 
ergy]: Final report, 15:1 166 (R;US) 
DIVERTORS 

Fuel cell commercialization and platinum availability, 15:1571 

(RA;US) 
DOLPHINS 

See CETACEANS 
DOMESTIC SUPPLIES 

GRI (Gas Research Institute) catalog of technical reports, 

15:1991 (R;US) 
DOMESTIC WASTES 

See MUNICIPAL WASTES 
DORMITORIES 

See RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS 
DOUBLE ENVELOPE BUILDINGS 

Advanced energy design and operation technologies research: 
Recommendations for a US Department of Energy multiyear 
program plan, 15:1 123 (R;US) 

Directions in engineering research: an assessment of opportu- 
nities and needs, 1 5:804 (R;US) 

Oak Ridge National Laboratory institutional plan, FY 1989-FY 

1994, 15:1415 (R;US) 
DOUBLE SHELL HOUSES 

See DOUBLE ENVELOPE BUILDINGS 
DOUBLE WALL HOUSES 

See DOUBLE ENVELOPE BUILDINGS 
DREDGE SPOIL 

Assessing contractor use in Superfund. A background paper of 
OTA's (Office of Technology Assessment) assessment on Su- 
perfund implementation, 15:1363 (R;US) 

Review of technical documents supporting revisions to the 
portion of EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) ocean- 
dumping regulations relating to the ocean disposal of dredged 
materials. Report of the Environmental Engineering Commit- 
tee. Final report, 15:76 (R;US) 
DRILL SHIPS 

See OFFSHORE PLATFORMS 



DRILLING EQUIPMENT 



DRILLING EQUIPMENT 

Selection and operation of production facilities for handling high 

pourpoint crude oils, 15:1240 (BA;US) 
DRILLING FLUIDS 

Limited to materials used in w&ll drilling. 

Amendment to Louisiana Statewide Order 29-B suggested mod- 
ifications for barium criteria, 15:1840 (BA;US) 

Coal to natural gas seasonal fuel switching, 15:2026 (J;US) 
DRILLING MUD 

See DRILLING FLUIDS 
DRILLING PLATFORMS 

See OFFSHORE PLATFORMS 
DRILLING RIGS 

A complete subsea wireline system, 15:326 (B;US) 

Burgeoning regulations change role of landman, 15:2003 (J;US) 

Calculation of energy requirements for a paper machine drive 

rebuild, 15:540 (J;US) 
DRINKING WATER 

World resources 1988-89, 15:1398 (B;US) 
Asbestos 

Guidelines and requirements for applying for grants from the In- 
dian set-aside program, 15:2826 (R;US) 
Carbon Tetrachloride 

Modeling distribution-system water quality: dynamic approach, 

1 5:387 (R;US) 
Contamination 

Clean Air Act Amendments (Part 1). Hearing before the Sub- 
committee on Health and the Environment of the Committee 
on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One 
Hundredth Congress, First Session on H.R. 2521, H.R. 3054 
and H.R. 3196, September 23, 1987, 15:2885 (B;US) 

Indoor Air Quality Act of 1987. Hearing before the Subcommit- 
tee on Environmental Protection of the Committee on 
Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, One 
Hundredth Congress, First Session on S. 1629, November 
20, 1987, 15:2865 (B;US) 

S. 2656: A Bill to further the efforts of certain States to attain air 
quality standards, and for other purposes. Introduced in the 
Senate of the United States, One Hundredth Congress, Sec- 
ond Session, July 26, 1988, 15:2842 (B;US) 
Inorganic Compounds 

Information collection request for proposed National Primary 
Drinking Water Regulations for synthetic organic chemicals 
(draft), April 1989, 15:2824 (R;US) 

Information-collection request for: National Primary Drinking 
Water Regulations for inorganic chemicals. Phase 2, March 
1989, 15:2823 (R;US) 

Regulatory impact analysis of proposed National Primary Drink- 
ing Water Regulations for synthetic organic chemicals. Phase 
2, April 1989, 15:2822 (R;US) 
Organic Compounds 

Cost supplement to technologies and costs for the removal of 
asbestos from potable-water supplies (first draft), February 
1987, 15:2825 (R;US) 

Pesticides in ground-water data base: 1988 interim report, 

15:2545 (R;US) 
Pollution Regulations 

Guidance for applicants for state wellhead protection program 
assistance funds under the Safe Drinking Water Act. Appen- 
dix C. Wellhead Protection Program-applicable regulations, 
15:36 (R;US) 

Issues in environmental analysis. Transportation Research 

Record, 15:1 557 (R;US) 
Regulations 

Cost-effectiveness analysis of public education and incentive 
programs for controlling radon in the home. Final report, 
15:1358 (R;US) 

Drinking water standards and regulations. Volume 3. Manual for 
1978-1988, 15:384 (R;US) 

Potential effects of global climate change on the United States. 
Executive Summary. Draft. Report to the Congress, 15:1372 
(R;US) 

Standards and guides of water treatment and water-distribution 
systems. Volume 2. Manual for 1987-1988, 15:385 (R;US) 



Standards 

Cost-effectiveness analysis of public education and incentive 
programs for controlling radon in the home. Final report, 
15:1 358 (R;US) 
Inco announces 5-year plan to reduce its SOg emissions 

15:1 876 (J;US) 
Toxic Materials 

EPA - North Carolina dispute: the right of states to pass stricter 
laws under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, 
15:1 865 (J;US) 
Water Pollution Abatement 

Cape Cod Aquifer Management Project (CCAMP): demonstra- 
tion of a geographic information system for ground water 
protection, 15:1369 (R;US) 
Water Quality 

Coordinate transformation model for overlap distribution: an ap- 
plication to ground-water protection. Master's thesis, 15:19 
(R;US) 

National Toxicology Program: review of current DHHS (Depart- 
ment of Health and Human Services), DOE (Department of 
Energy), and EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) re- 
search related to toxicology, Fiscal Year 1988. Annual report, 
15:1355 (R;US) 

National marine pollution program: summary of federal pro- 
grams and projects: FY 1986 update, 15:388 (R;US) 
Sole-Source Aquifer background study: cross-program analysis. 

Technical report, 15:40 (R;US) 
Water Treatment 
Waste-water treatment and receiving-water-body interactions, 

1 5:582 (R;US) 
DRUG ABUSE 

Energy privatisation, 15:1977 (R;US) 
DRUGS 

California's Proposition 65 and the chemical hazard warning: 
risk management under the new code of popular outrage, 
15:1864 (J;US) 
Conceptualization of appropriate technology in Lundazi district 

of rural Zambia, 15:1420 (D;US) 

Municipal waste-water conveyance and treatment: technologi- 
cal progress and emerging issues 1988, 15:1356 (R;US) 
DUAL-PURPOSE POWER PLANTS 
Capacity 
Detection and identification of topology errors in electric power 

systems, 1 5:985 (J;US) 
Ontario hydro and rural electrification in old Ontario, 1911-1958: 

policies and issues, 15:2101 (D;US) 
Com m er cia lizatf on 

Documented means of financing cogeneration, 15:627 (BA;US) 
Control Systems 

District heating and combined heat and power - a major contrib- 
utor to energy conservation in Denmark, 15:1446 (BA;US) 
Cost 

You, your facility and IAEA safeguards, 15:1154 (J;US) 
Cost Benefit Analysis 

Evaluating cogeneration feasibility, 15:843 (BA;US) 
Design 

Circulating fluidized bed as a biofuel combustor, 15:1 944 (BA;US) 
Organizational barriers to the performance of least-cost 

planning-related research: Final report, 15:856 (R;US) 
The combustion of MSW-derived low-Btu gas in an internal 

combustion engine, 15:2154 (BA;US) 
Economic Analysis 
Opportunities for group central-heating systems in Canada, 

15:461 (R;SE) 
Economics 
Financing structures for internal use cogeneration projects, 

15:2591 (J;US) 
Key issues in industrial cogeneration development, 15:845 

(BA;US) 

Electrical Faults 
Energy Task Force status report for first quarter year ten, 

15:1 948 (R;US) 
Energy Management 
Computer optimized coal blending, 15:949 (BA;US) 



Environmental Impacts 

Space commercialization and power system technology, 

15:1 058 (BA;US) 
Feasibility Studies 

Factory-assembled systems, 15:844 (BA;US) 
The purpose and effect of deep strategic force reductions, 

15:1610(BA;US) 
Financing 

Cash flow analysis, 15:841 (BA;US) 

Cost drivers affecting gas-fired prepackaged cogene ration sys- 
tems, Part II, 15:2592 (J;US) 

Utility sponsored demand side management, 15:2708 (BA;US) 
Fluidized Bed Boilers 

Cogene ration and heat pumps in combination with thermal stor- 
age, 15:11 62 (BA;US) 
Linear Programming 
Current electric system operating problems from a cogenera- 

tor's viewpoint, 15:2943 (J;US) 
Marketing 

Existing and planned cogeneration capacity, 15:948 (BA;US) 
Optimization 

Modular small-scale cogenerators, 15:2593 (J;US) 
Performance 

The energy amenity, 15:1165 (BA;US) 
Planning 
1988 national weatherization state managers' conference: Final 

report, 15:2254 (R;US) 
Detection and identification of topology errors in electric power 

systems, 15:985 (J;US) 

Economic measures of performance, 15:842 (BA;US) 
Project financing, 15:840 (BA;US) 

Technology Transfer Test Bed Program. Field demonstration of 
the energy planning module's energy-conservation options 
proposed for the DD Form 1391 Processor. Final report, 
1 5:2944 (R;US) 
Research Programs 
Belgium's radioactive waste management policy, 15:1597 

(RA;US) 
Reviews 

The risks and rewards of gas company cogeneration develop- 
ment, 15:945 (BA;US) 
Size 
Commercial application of mid-sized cogeneration technology, 

15:626(BA;US) 

Tennessee's Tier I Program: Final report, 15:628 (R;US) 
Tax Credits 
Petroleum education in the People's Republic of China, 15:1238 

(BA;US) 

Technology Assessment 
Bronx Zoo cogeneration project, 15:2594 (J;US) 
Prospects for gas cooling and commercial cogeneration, 15:624 

(BA;US) 
DUSTS 

An agenda for the future, 15:1 565 (J;US) 
DYMAC SYSTEM 

See NUCLEAR MATERIALS MANAGEMENT 
DYNAMIC LOADS 

See also WIND LOADS 

Adaptive control of a synchronous machine using the auto- 
searching method, 15:1003 (J;US) 
Customer attitudes regarding electric outage costs and back-up 

generation, 15:999 (J;US) 

Performance testing of a long distance radial static VAR com- 
pensated transmission system and validation of simulation 
results, 15:1004 (J;US) 

DYNAMIC MATERIALS ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEM 
See NUCLEAR MATERIALS MANAGEMENT 



EARTH ATMOSPHERE 

See also IONOSPHERE 

STRATOSPHERE 



Disposing of the US chemical weapons stockpile. An approach- 
ing reality, 15:2900 (J;US) 

Examination of the legal mechanisms to regulate advanced fi- 
sion reactors, 15:2582 (R;US) 

Technical papers presented at the Defense Nuclear Agency 
global effects review - 7-9 April 1987. Volume 1 . Technical re- 
port, 15:117 (R;US) 

Value of monitoring for radon in the home: a decision analysis, 

15:1881 (J;US) 
EARTH PLANET 

Reagan vs. the environment, 15:1851 (J;US) 
EARTHQUAKES 

Vehicular fuels and additives for the future, 15:2860 (B;US) 
ECOLOGICAL COMMUNITIES 

See ECOSYSTEMS 
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

Energy security in a competitive world, 15:2181 (R;US) 

The hidden link: Energy and economic development: Phase 1, 
strategic planning: A guidebook for local government, 
15:2180 (R;US) 
ECONOMIC GROWTH 

Performance management: an aspirin or a long-term cure?, 
15:21 08 (J;US) 

Used oil and its regulation in the United States. Master's thesis, 

15:2781 (R;IT) 
ECONOMIC POLICY 

Mojave-Kern River-El Dorado natural gas pipeline projects, 
Final Environmental Impact Report/Statement. Volume 1. Mo- 
jave, El Dorado, El Paso, and Transwestern. Volume 2. Kern 
River. Volume 3. Comparisons and recommendations. Vol- 
ume 4. Maps. Volume 5. Letters and comments. Report for 
April 1985-December 1987, 15:177 (R;US) 
ECONOMY 

Optimization of offshore field development to minimize invest- 
ment, 15:1093 (J;US) 

Political economy of multilateral technical assistance: case study 
of United Nations mineral-exploration projects, 15:1402 (D;US) 
ECOSYSTEMS 

See also AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS 

TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEMS 

Environmental impacts: computer analysis. January 1970- 
September 1988 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report 
for January 1970-September 1988, 15:80 (R;US) 

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA): hazardous 
wastes. January 1 970-February 1989 (Citations from the 
NTIS data base). Report for January 1970-February 1989, 
15:1 378 (R;US) 
EDUCATION 

Decision-making model for the selection of appropriate energy 
technologies in the Caribbean Basin, 15:1423 (D;US) 

Oil policy of Saudi Arabia and world oil market, 15:354 (R;US;in 

Japanese) 
EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES 

See also SCHOOL BUILDINGS 

A perspective of service company operations in China, 15:1239 
(BA;US) 

How influential is the auditor, 15:1 175 (J;US) 

Materials Sciences Programs: Fiscal year 1988, 15:800 (R;US) 

Resolving issues at the Department of Energy/Oak Ridge Oper- 
ations Facilities, 15:20 (R;US) 

Solid-waste dilemma: an agenda for action. Final report, 
15:2541 (R;US) 

Tests of full scale SSC R and D dipole magnets, 15:1925 (J;US) 

The US Department of Energy's least-cost utility planning pro- 
gram, 15:1471 (R;US) 

The energy amenity, 15:1165 (BA;US) 
EDUCATIONAL TOOLS 

Open systems of environmental decision making: the MRS 

nuclear-waste siting case in Tennessee, 15:1440 (D;US) 
EES 

See ENERGY EXTENSION SERVICE 
EFFLUENTS (CHEMICAL) 

See CHEMICAL EFFLUENTS 



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Controlling power systems during emergencies, 15:1813 (J;US) 
Local authorities' use of coal: financial, technical, and attitudinal 

factors affecting the selection of coal as a space-heating fuel 

in local authorities' non-domestic premises, 15:1498 (D;GB) 
EHV AC SYSTEMS 
345-765 W. 
Alternative method for evaluation of damping circuit losses in 

HVDC thyristor valves, 15:1026 (J;US) 
Test experience with multiterminal HVDC load flow and stability 

programs, 15:1 040 (J;US) 
EHV DC SYSTEMS 
345 to 765 kV. 
Alternative method for evaluation of damping circuit losses in 

HVDC thyristor valves, 15:1026 (J;US) 
Test experience with multiterminal HVDC load flow and stability 

programs, 15:1040 (J;US) 
ELDERLY PEOPLE 

Joint US-Romanian Seminar on Earthquakes and Energy, 

September 2-9, 1985. Volume 3. Energy, 15:150 (R;US) 
Saudi Arabia (5). Political economics of its development and 

petroleum, 15:743 (J;US;ln Japanese) 
ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 

Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). 

Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 

(RCRA). Summary of data on municipal solid-waste-landfill 

leachate characteristics. Draft report, 15:249 (R;US) 
Energy conservation policies for buildings in OECD countries: 

did they succeed?, 15:148 (RA;US) 
Industrial end-use planning methodology (INDEPTH), 15:2671 

(RA;US) 
Power lines and cancer: public health and policy implications, 

15:1 856 (J;US) 
Residential air conditioner dynamic model for direct load control, 

15:1017 (J;US) 
ELECTRIC BATTERIES 

Devices for production and/or storage of electrical energy from 

chemical reactions; excludes FUEL CELLS and RADiOISO- 

TOPE BATTERIES. 
See also LEAD-ACID BATTERIES 
An adaptive controller for power system load-frequency control, 

15:1 726 (J;US) 

An agenda for the future, 15:1565 (J;US) 
Battery shipment review and five-year forecast, 15:1619 (J;US) 
Brookhaven Highlights, October 1, 1 987-September 30, 1988, 

15:1578 (R;US) 
Cleaner environment: removing the barriers to lead-acid battery 

recycling, 15:1615 (J;US) 
Enforcement actions: Significant actions resolved: Quarterly 

progress report, October-December 1988, 15:1193 (R;US) 
Lead-acid battery industry in Thailand, 15:1617 (J;US) 
Recent developments in lead-acid battery technology in Japan, 

15:1 620 (J;US) 

State signal timing optimization programs, 15:1545 (J;US) 
ELECTRIC CABLES 

Application and implementation of fast valving and generator 

tripping schemes at Gerald Gentleman Station, 15:683 (J;US) 
Economic impacts of irrigation load management controls, 

15:1 047 (J;US) 
Geographical load shift and its effect on interchange evaluation, 

1 5:688 (J;US) 
ELECTRIC COILS 

Consumer education as a development policy tool: the case of 

conservation and renewables in Jordan, 15:745 (BA;US) 
ELECTRIC CONDENSERS 

See CAPACITORS 
ELECTRIC CONDUCTORS 

Energy in France in 1988, 15:2727 (J;US;in French) 
Measurement of switching transients in 735-kV substations and 

assessment of their severity for transformer insulation, 

15:1 025 (J;US) 
Operation of an on-line substation diagnosis system, 15:1021 

(J;US) 



ELECTRIC CONTACTORS 

See SWITCHES 
ELECTRIC DISCHARGE PUMPING 

See ELECTRICAL PUMPING 
ELECTRIC FIELDS 

Electric Power Monthly, December 1988, 15:1314 <R;US) 
Greenhouse effect: impacts and policies, 15:1857 (J;US) 
Preserving and protecting monuments and historical sta 

15:1 867 (J;US) 
ELECTRIC FILTERS 

An efficient algorithm for load balancing of transformers W 
feeders by switch operation in large scale distribution sys 
terns, 15:681 (J;US) 
ELECTRIC GENERATORS 

Rotating generators only; excludes DIRECT ENERGY COr* 

VERTERS. 
See also INDUCTION GENERATORS 

SUPERCONDUCTING GENERATORS 
WATER CURRENT POWER GENERATORS 
Capacity 

Application and implementation of fast valving and general 

tripping schemes at Gerald Gentleman Station, 15:683 (J.-US 

Real time pricing to assist in load frequency control, 15:304 

(J;US) 

Computerized Control Systems 
Line protection design trends in the USA and Canada, 15:67 

(J;US) 
Design 
An efficient method of identifying coherent generators u$ 

Taylor series expansion, 15:684 (J;US) 
Dynamics 
Equivalent energy function approach to power system prefci 

bilistic modeling, 15:685 (J;US) 
Economics 
Probabilistic generating capacity cost of service allocates 

1 5:3045 (J;US) 
Electrical Faults 

Load data analysis workstation, 15:1030 (J;US) 
Energy Analysis 
Risk and benefits assessment of long and short term capacr 

contract strategies, 15:3042 (J;US) 
Energy Efficiency Standards 
An efficient method of identifying coherent generators w^ 

Taylor series expansion, 15:684 (J;US) 
Equipment Protection Devices 
Line protection design trends in the USA and Canada, 15:67; 

(J;US) 
Investment 
Analysis of transient stability swings in large interconnects 

power systems by Fourier Transformation, 15:1000 (J;US) 
Maintenance 
Stochastic optimal load flow using Newton- Raphson iterate 

technique, 15:2123 (J;US) 
Outages 
The inclusion of dynamic factors in statistical power system coj 

models, Part II, 15:2132 (J;US) 
Overvoltage 
An expert system for voltage and reactive power control of 

power system, 15:997 (J;US) 
Performance Testing 
Comparison criteria for use in long-run resource planning 

1 5:697 (J;US) 
Power Losses 

The equivalent hours loss factor revisited, 15:994 (J;US) 
Reliability 
An adaptive nonlinear predictor with orthogonal escalator struc 

tu re for short-term load forecasting, 15:1729 (J;US) 
Electromagnetic interference from transmission lines located i 

central region of Saudi Arabia, 15:1515 (J;US) 
Interruptible load carrying capability of a generation systerr 

15:1 728 (J;US) 
Simulators 

Customer attitudes regarding electric outage costs and back-U| 
generation, 15:999 (J;US) 



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ELECTRIC MOTORS 

Optimal economic power transfers, 15:3061 (J;US) 
ELECTRIC POWER 

See also HYDROELECTRIC POWER 
Calculation Methods 

A predictive control strategy for improving HVDC converter volt- 
age profile, 15:1719 (J;US) 
Compiled Data 

Historical plant cost and annual production expenses for se- 
lected electric plants 1987, 15:1672 (R;US) 
Cost 

Emerging issues in power system planning, 15:3038 (J;US) 
Equipment to care for the customer, 15:2401 (RA;US) 
Integrating demand-side management into utility planning, 

15:3049(J;US) 

Large industry's view of innovative pricing, 15:2074 (RA;US) 
Legacy of traditional planning, 15:1679 (RA;US) 
Optimum electric utility spot price determinations for small 
power producing facilities operating under PURPA provisions, 
15:2453 (B;US) 
Probabilistic generating capacity cost of service allocation, 

15:3045(J;US) 

Socioeconomic assessment of the proposed inactivation of the 
5th Fighter Interceptor Squadron Minot Air Force Base, North 
Dakota, 15:555 (R;US) 
Superconducting magnets for whole body magnetic resonance 

imaging, 15:1816 (J;US) 

Taking charge of electricity costs, 15:2073 (RA;US) 
When preparedness met with opportunity - a successful facade 

lighting program, 15:2423 (RA;US) 
Demand 
Role of IAEA [International Atomic Energy Agency] safeguards 

in confidence building, 15:2927 (R;US) 
Deregulation 
Economic analysis of the industrial market for electricity in the 

UK, 15:1521 (D;US) 
Dynamic Loads 
An interactive package for risk evaluation and maintenance 

scheduling, 15:2122 (J;US) 
Economic Analysis 
An efficient heuristic ordering algorithm for partial matrix refac- 

torization, 15:689 (J;US) 
Availability trend evaluation, 15:720 (BA;US) 
Economics 
PSS tuning at the Virginia Electric and Power Co. Bath County 

pumped storage plant, 15:1747 (J;US) 
Energy Conservation 
Methanol's contribution to energy security in the USA, 15:2600 

(RA;US) 
Energy Policy 
Three major issues confronting Japan's electric companies, 

15:2343(RA;US) 
Energy Quality 
Least-cost planning: profiting from the negawatt revolution, 

15:1 678 (RA;US) 
Energy Substitution 
Planning under competition: the challenge for electric utilities, 

15:2690(RA;US) 
Exports 
Some aspects of generating unit availability models, 15:1514 

(J;CA) 
Financial Assistance 

Report on modular hydropower demonstration, 13:1704 (R;US) 
Forecasting 

Least-cost planning and competition, 15:21 17 (J;US) 
Power privatization and the UK coal industry, 15:2722 (J;US) 
US policies and technology options: Least-Cost Utility Planning, 

1 5:2662 (RA;US) 
Harmonic Generation 

Distribution system reliability indices, 15:1296 (J;US) 
Historical Aspects 

Long-term disturbance monitoring for improved system analysis, 
15:21 02 (J;CA) 



Imports 

Nuclear science, 15:3020 (R;US) 
Information Needs 

Test marketing, 15:2664 (R;US) 
Legal Aspects 

Measuring utility performance, 15:2111 (J;US) 
Missouri compromise, 15:2110 (J;US) 
Northwest strategies for least-cost planning, 15:21 18 (J;US) 
Marginal-Cost Pricing 

Competitive pricing and regulatory reform, 15:2037 (RA;US) 
Customer outage costs: their role in system planning and pric- 
ing, 1 5:2035 (RA;US) 

Discussion on planning and pricing, 15:2092 (RA;US) 
Measuring outage probabilities, 15:2043 (RA;US) 
Price differentiation by time and by service, 15:2038 (RA;US) 
Validating marginal cost estimates, 15:2042 (RA;US) 
Marketing 
Abstract for customizing an integrated planning approach: three 

utilities 1 experience, 15:2390 (RA;US) 
Annual marketing planning: the bridge from the strategic to the 

tactical, 15:2386 (RA;US) 
Comparing the success of a marketing vs. mandatory approach to 

achieving high efficiency building practices, 15:2389 (RA;US) 
Development and implementation of a comprehensive training 

program for utility marketing service representatives, 15:2387 

(RA;US) 

The new wave of performance contracts, 15:2714 (BA;US) 
US electricity outlook: ensuring the future of electricity's role in a 

changing environment, 15:2342 (RA;US) 
Metering 
Characterizing residential space conditioning loads, 15:2261 

(RA;US) 
Electric thermal storage and warm-room concept, 15:2411 

(RA;US) 

Occupational Safety 
Monitoring and managing environmental impact: American and 

Soviet perspectives, 15:392 (R;US) 
Outages 
Smart Money Energy Program for residential customers, 

1 5:2407 (RA;US) 
Peak-Load Pricing 
Free riders in demand-side programs - how big a problem?, 

15:2350 (RA;US) 
Planning 
A framework to predict voltage collapse in power systems, 

15:988(J;US) 

Availability improvement by minimizing repeat boiler tube fail- 
ures, 15:717(BA;US) 

Illinois statewide electric utility plan. Volume 3. Appendix- 
methodology, 15:2696 (R;US) 
Least cost utility planning, 15:2697 (BA;US) 
Like Ancient Mariner, utilities face difficult seas, 15:2119 (J;US) 
Private-sector power generation in Italy: licensing and interface 

with public (EN EL Italian Electricity Board) grid, 15:3026 

(J;IT;ln Italian) 
Power Generation 

California Air Resources Board, 15:1879 (J;US) 
Prices 
A model for economy energy exchanges in interconnected 

power systems, 15:3059 (J;US) 

Alternative rate design in the United States, 15:2087 (RA;US) 
Alternative technologies for DSM in the commercial sector, 

15:2080 (RA;US) 

An integrated load forecasting, 15:2454 (B;US) 
Assessing the value of service reliability, 15:2047 (RA;US) 
Attributes of simplicity in pricing, 15:2077 (RA;US) 
Bonneville's least cost planning, 15:1743 (J;US) 
Cogeneration and competition, 15:2078 (RA;US) 
Comparison of time-of-use rate impacts, 15:2089 (RA;US) 
Competition and bypass in regulated markets, 15:2044 (RA;US) 
Costing power generation on a completely self-financing basis 

(without state support), 15:3021 (TJ;US) 
Customer response to real-time pricing, 15:2056 (RA;US) 
Demand charge: does it fit in?, 15:2051 (RA;US) 



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Prices 

Demand-side management in the Federal Republic of Germany, 

15:2084 (RA;US) 

Derivation of service values from surveys, 15:2048 (RA;US) 
Discussion on planning and DSM, 15:2086 (RA;US) 
Effects of voluntary TOU rates on revenues, 15:2070 (RA;US) 
Efficiency vs. fairness retail pricing, 15:2065 (RA;US) 
Electricity - raw material, 15:2072 (RA;US) 
Electricity pricing: a new role for an old concept, 1 5:2033 (RA;US) 
Estimating outage costs from demand analysis, 15:2049 (RA;US) 
Exploring new dimensions in RTF, 15:2057 (RA;US) 
Forecasting day-ahead marginal costs, 15:2041 (RA;US) 
From rates to prices: the emerging concepts, 15:2032 (RA;US) 
GPU's experience with curtailable loads, 1 5:2064 (RA;US) 
Importance of market segmentation in new service and rate of- 
ferings, 15:2069 (RA;US) 

Incentives for residential direct load control, 15:2062 (RA;US) 
Innovative pricing of electricity, 15:2031 (RA;US) 
Innovative pricing: do benefits outweigh costs?, 1 5:2052 (RA;US) 
Institutional aspects of DSM in France, 15:2082 (RA;US) 
Institutional aspects of DSM in Italy, 15:2083 (RA;US) 
Institutional aspects of DSM in the United States, 15:2085 

(RA;US) 

Integrated analysis of demand-side programs, 15:1016 (J;US) 
Introduction: demand-side management- a fundamental part of 

utility planning, 15:2079 (RA;US) 
Marginal cost pricing in France, 15:2091 (RA;US) 
Marginal operating costs: is system lambda enough?, 15:2036 

(RA;US) 
Market segmentation and pricing for competitive markets, 

15:2066 (RA;US) 

Marketing rates that enhance net revenue, 15:2068 (RA;US) 
Modifying process operations in response to innovative pricing, 

15:2060 (RA;US) 

Motivations for and evolution of DSM, 15:2081 (RA;US) 
New dimensions in marginal cost concepts, 15:2034 (RA;US) 
Options for broadcasting price & information, 15:2054 (RA;US) 
Potential impacts of climate change on electric utilities. Final re- 
port, 1 5:669 (R;US) 

Power quality: a utility perspective, 15:2075 (RA;US) 
Practical applications of real-time pricing concepts: the dis- 

patchable demand rate, 15:2432 (RA;US) 
Pricing innovation and latent technology development: the 

chicken and egg syndrome, 15:2059 (RA;US) 
Pros and cons of negotiated rates, 15:2045 (RA;US) 
Rate manager's perspective: theory to practice, 15:2063 

(RA;US) 

Rate manager's perspective: theory to practice, 1 5:2040 (RA;US) 
Regulatory perspective on interruptible rates, 15:2067 (RA;US) 
Residential bill disaggregation for DSM promotion, 15:2433 

(RA;US) 

Revenue and rates of return requirements, 15:2050 (RA;US) 
Statistical indicators of potential for electric utility least-cost 

planning programs, 15:2093 (R;US) 
Strategic integration of pricing and demand-side management, 

1 5:2039 (RA;US) 

Strategies to meet increased competition, 15:2046 (RA;US) 
Tariffs used for load management in Europe, 15:2088 (RA;US) 
Technological requirements for new pricing strategies, 15:2053 

(RA;US) 
The Manitoba Energy Authority sixth annual report for the year 

ended March 31 , 1988, 15:1513 (R;US) 
Two-part pricing in real-time, 1 5:2058 (RA;US) 
Using variable prices to improve productivity, 15:2061 (RA;US) 
Working systems from off-the-shelf components, 15:2055 

(RA;US) 
Procurement 
Bidding conservation against cogeneration: the level playing 

field, 15:2379 (RA;US) 

Bidding methods, evaluation, and tactics, 15:2377 (RA;US) 
Demand-side bidding: the non-participant test and economic ef- 
ficiency, 15:2378 (RA;US) 
Demand-side management in Austria and Germany: selected 

programs, 15:2380 (RA;US) 



Genesee River Basin study. Volume 1 . Main report. Final fM 

bility report, 15:21 (R;US) 
Using utilities to provide government sponsored energy prog"- 

an overview of international experience, 15:2430 (RA;Ubj 
Public Information 
1988 reliability assessment: The future of bulk electric syaWR 

reliability in North America, 1988-1997, 15:335 (R;US) 
Quality Control 
Guaranteed rates: a marketable option?, 15:2076 (RA;USj 

Rate Structure 

Potential impacts of climate change on electric utilities. RriaJ re- 
port, 15:669 (R;US) 

Reliability f . t 

Electric-power and natural-gas utilities expand diversiflcatofli?- 

forts, 15:225 (J;US) 
Research Programs 

Electric power monthly, April 1989, 15:2345 (R;US) 
Resellers 

Missouri compromise, 1 5:21 1 (J;US) 
Sellback 
Special issue: electricity distribution in the Netherlands in 2011 

the case of an all-electric residential area, 15:21 8 (R;US| 
Service Sector 
The ANS/ENS international student exchange program, 15.353 

(R;US) 

Socio-Economlc Factors 
The impacts of inadequate electricity supply in developing cor- 

tries, 15:11 (R;US) 
Supply and Demand 

Electric power quarterly, July-September 1988, 15:968 (R;US 
Electric-power and natural-gas utilities expand di versification t f - 

forts, 15:225 (J;US) 
Issues in electric energy systems: A review of the DOE R and D 

program: [Final report], 15:2344 (R;US) 
Moving toward integrated value-based planning: The WSUM 

1 5:212 (R;US) 
Space commercialization and power system technotaffy, 

15:1 058 (BA;US) 

The year 2000 power plant, 1 5:21 06 (J;US) 
[Keystone Energy Futures Project]: Final report, 15:971 (R'.US- 
Time-Of-Use Pricing 
Analysis of a local transient control action by partial energy 

functions, 15:3041 (J;US) 

Bulk system reliability- measurement and indices, 15:3034 (J.US- 
Cost-based pricing in the United States, 15:2090 (RA;US) 
Current electric system operating problems from a cogentrs- 

tor's viewpoint, 15:2943 (J;US) 

Customer cost of electric service interruptions, 15:3048 (J;US 
Dynamic tariffs, 15:3047 (J;US) 
Evaluation of TVA's energy saver home program, 15:2353 

(RA;US) 
Flint Electric Membership Corporation residential time-of-usa 

rate project, 15:2434 (RA;US) 
Influencing customer investment through financial incentives 

15:2071 (RA;US) 

Least-cost electric utility planning, 1 5:2458 (B;US) 
Pioneering process to develop energy conservation programs. 

1 5:2435 (RA;US) 
ELECTRIC POWER INDUSTRY 

Use only for general papers that go beyond specific interests of 

the utility such as generation, transmission, rates, etc. anc/n- 

elude one or more of the following: equipment manufacturers; 

educational or research activities; overall energy-supply pr^> 

/ems; or institutional factors. Use only when terms such ss 

ELECTRIC POWER, ELECTRIC UTILITIES, or POWER 

SYSTEMS will not suffice. 
Artificial Intelligence 
Methodology for guidance of power supply in urban areas. 

15:1311 (BA;US) 
Bids 
New dimensions in pricing electricity: Proceedings. 15:1512 

(R;US) 



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Capacity 

Superconducting magnets for whole body magnetic resonance 

imaging, 15:1816 (J;US) 
Competition 
Using a comprehensive model for community planning, 15:2471 

(BA;GB) 

Computer Calculations 

The electricity consumption impacts of commercial energy man- 
agement systems, 15:1741 (J;US) 
Contracts 
Reliability evaluation of sub-transmission networks with capacity 

and energy-limited hydraulic generation, 15:3063 (J;US) 
Control Systems 
Risk and benefits assessment of long and short term capacity 

contract strategies, 15:3042 (J;US) 
Design 
Battery requirements for uninterruptable power-supply (UPS) 

applications, 15:1725 (J;US) 
Economics 

Bulk system reliability - measurement and indices, 1 5:3034 (J;US) 
Emergency Plans 

Technology Transfer Test Bed Program. Field demonstration of 
the energy planning module's energy-conservation options 
proposed for the DD Form 1391 Processor. Final report, 
15:2944 (R;US) 
Emission 

Compilation, evaluation, and prediction of triple-layer model 
constants for ions on Fe(lll) and Mn(IV) hydrous oxides, 
1 5:589 (R;US) 
Energy Consumption 

Structural changes in the US business environment and electric- 
ity markets-potential lessons for China, 15:2764 (RA;US) 
Energy Policy 

Effect of energy and voltage ratings of ZnO protective systems 
of series capacitors on transient stability and transient 
torques, 15:1707 (B;GB) 

Optimal regional siting of power plants: a mixed-integer pro- 
gramming approach, 15:1517 (D;GB) 
Environmental Impacts 

Optima! regional siting of power plants: a mixed-integer pro- 
gramming approach, 15:1517 (D;GB) 
Forecasting 

Structural analysis of the electrical system, 15:2127 (J;US) 
Historical Aspects 
Status of EPA's LIMB demonstration program at Ohio Edison's 

Edgewater Unit 4, 15:712 (BA;US) 
Investment 
Models and urban energy policy: a review and critique, 15:2491 

(BA;GB) 
Load Analysis 
Electromagnetic interference from transmission lines located in 

central region of Saudi Arabia, 15:1515 (J;US) 
Load Management 

Determinants of measured energy consumption in public hous- 
ing, 15:1 048 (J;US) 
Optimum scheduling procedure for cogenerating Small Power 

Producing Facilities, 15:2942 (J;US) 
Market 
Reactive-power dispatch by successive quadratic programming, 

1 5:3029 (J;US) 
Ownership 
A method and its application to evaluate automated distribution 

control, 15:704 (J;GB) 

Large-scale optimal power flow: Effects of initialization, decou- 
pling and discretization, 15:2723 (J;GB) 
Political economy of the utility rate-making process, 15:1309 

(B;GB) 
Performance Testing 

WRATES, 15:1 748 (J;US) 
Power Supplies 
Energy, 15:2628 (BA;GB) 

Models and urban energy policy: a review and critique, 15:2491 
(BA;GB) 



Using a comprehensive model for community planning, 15:2471 

(BA;GB) 
Prices 

Effect of energy and voltage ratings of ZnO protective systems 
of series capacitors on transient stability and transient 
torques, 15:1707 (B;GB) 
Political economy of the utility rate-making process, 15:1309 

(B;GB) 
Productivity 
Selection of lines to be switched to eliminate overloaded lines 

using a Z-matrix method, 15:1750 (J;US) 
Public Policy 

Electric utility coal conversion market analysis, 15:972 (R;US) 
Quality Control 
Torsional oscillations of series capacitor compensated AC/DC 

systems, 15:3032 (J;US) 
Regulations 

Computer configuration for Ontario Hydro's new Energy Man- 
agement System, 15:3039 (J;US) 
Energy, 15:2628 (BA;GB) 
Review of the demand-side management plans of four New 

York utilities, 15:2096 (R;US) 
Research Programs 

Approximate confidence bounds on Monte Carlo simulation re- 
sults for energy production, 15:2452 (B;AU) 
Risk Assessment 
Models and urban energy policy: a review and critique, 15:2491 

(BA;GB) 
Statistical Data 
Electric power quarterly October December 1988: Final issue, 

15:1510 (R;US) 

Regulating the ESI generating giants, 15:340 (J;GB) 
Supply and Demand 
Characteristics of commercial buildings 1986: Nonresidential 

buildings energy consumption survey, 15:144 (R;US) 
Surveys 
Integrating demand-side management into utility planning, 

1 5:3049 (J;US) 
Line protection design trends in the USA and Canada, 15:675 

(J;US) 
Magnetic fields from electric power lines theory and comparison 

to measurements, 15:676 (J;US) 
Tariffs 
Suppression of numerical oscillations in the EMTP, 15:1752 

(J;US) 

United Kingdom 
Models and urban energy policy: a review and critique, 15:2491 

(BA;GB) 
ELECTRIC POWER RESEARCH INSTITUTE 

See EPRI 

ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS 
See POWER SYSTEMS 
ELECTRIC SWITCHES 
See SWITCHES 
ELECTRIC UTILITIES 

Environmental Regulatory Update Table, February 1989, 

15:1 349 (R;US) 
Planning building energy conservation research in the US, 

1 5:284 (R;US) 
Algorithms 
Housing characteristics, 1987: Residential Energy Consumption 

Survey, 15:2134 (R;US) 
Automation 

Analysis of Michigan's demand-side electricity resources in the 
residential sector: Volume 2, Methodology and results: Final 
report, 15:1969 (R;US) 
Measuring and analyzing the impact of voltage and capacitor 

control with high speed data acquisition, 15:1713 (B;US) 
Availability 
Performance contracting in large schools systems, 15:721 

(BA;US) 
Business 

Competition, regulation and the future of electric utilities, 
15:271 9 (BA;US) 



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Capacity 



Capacity 

Determination of synchronous machine stator and field leakage 
inductances from standstill frequency response tests, 15:993 
(J|US) 

Survey on excessive alarms, 15:3043 (J;US) 
Coal 

Natural gas - able to compete with lower gas prices, 1 5:206 (J;US) 
Combined-Cycle Power Plants 

Private-sector power generation in Thailand: potential, impedi- 
ments, and policy issues. Final report, 15:516 (R;US) 
Competition 
Corporate considerations related to competition: reshaping the 

corporation from the inside out, 15:1697 (RA;US) 
Effects of energy-efficiency programs on load-growth uncer- 
tainty for electric utilities, 15:162 (R;US) 
Experience with competitive capacity acquisition, 15:2700 

(BA;US) 

Generating savings through interruptible rates, 15:2706 (BA;US) 
Introduction: demand-side management- a fundamental part of 

utility planning, 15:2079 (RA;US) 
Protecting the right to be served by regulated utilities subject to 

competition, 15:2717 (BA;US) 
Selecting DSM program monitoring and evaluation techniques, 

15:2691 (RA;US) 
Simulation methods for generation planning of electric-utility 

systems with intermittent power sources, 15:341 (D;GB) 
Some effects of rate regulation of the electric-utility industry in 

the United States, 1960-1979, 15:1526 (D;US) 
Compiled Data 
1987 Survey of commercial-sector demand-side management 

programs: Final report, 15:1315 (R;US) 
Annual outlook for US electric power 1989: Projections through 

2000, 15:2661 (R;US) 

Bidding for electric resources: An industry review of competitive 
bid design and evaluation: Final report, May 1989, 15-1511 
(R;US) 

Model methodology and data description of the Electricity Mar- 
ket Module: Volume 2, Planning component, 15:2346 (R;US) 
Computer Architecture 

The Corsican tapping, 15:1299 (J;US) 
Computer Codes 

A fuel-constrained unit commitment method, 15:3062 (J;US) 
Distribution automation applications software for the Athens Util- 
ities Board, 15:1286 (J;US) 
Large-scale optimal power flow, 15:1755 (J;US) 
Measuring and analyzing the impact of voltage and capacitor 

control with high speed data acquisition, 15:1287 (J;US) 
Monitoring load control at the feeder level using high speed 

monitoring equipment, 15:1710 (B;US) 

Optimum electric utility spot price determinations for small 
power producing facilities operating under PURPA provisions, 
15:1031 (J;US) 
The inclusion of dynamic factors in statistical power system cost 

models, Part 1, 15:2126 (J;US) 
Variance of power generating system production costs, 15*1749 

(J;US) 
Computer-Aided Design 

Monitoring power system stability, 15:2104 (J;US) 
Computerized Control Systems 

The Corsican tapping, 15:1299 (J;US) 
Computerized Simulation 

Electric utility franchise guide, 15:2347 (R;US) 
Conversion 
Proceedings: 1987 conference on fossil plant cycling, 15:973 

(RjUS) 
Cooperation 

Alleviating line overload by line switching, 15:21 13 (J-US) 
Cost x ' ' 

Annual energy review, 1988, 15:2029 (R;LJS) 
Cost Benefit Analysis 

Regulation of utility long-range planning, 15:1687 (RA;US) 
Data Acquisition Systems 

Measuring and analyzing the impact of voltage and capacitor 
control with high speed data acquisition, 15:1713 (B;US) 



Meeting future electricity needs, 15:21 15 (J;US) 
Decision Making 

Share skills to avert takeover, 15:2120 (J;US) 
State Energy Commission of Western Australia annual reoor 
1988, 15:2451 (B;US) H ' 

Diversification 
Developing a pricing strategy: the case of nonutility generation 

15:1 699 (RA;US) 

Financial highlights: Annual report 1987, 15:226 (R;US) 
Economic Analysis 
A model for economy energy exchanges in interconnected 

power systems, 15:3059 (J;US) 
Economic Growth 

Integrated analysis of demand-side programs, 15:1016 (J;LJS) 
Utilities' view of transmission access, pricinq, and srtirta feasibil. 

ity, 15:2703 (BA;US) * 

Economic Impact 
Performance evaluation of energy-saving measures 15'53i 

(J;US) 
Economic Policy 

Packaged cogeneration, 15:143 (J;US) 
Economics 

Cost-effective regulation (Electricity industry.), 15:337 (J;GB) 
Determination of optimal operation policies for a combin&d 

hydro-thermal power-generating system, 15:2459 (D;US) 
Steam-injected gas turbines for moderate size power qenera- 

tion, 15:1050 (BA;GB) 
Efficiency 
Feasibility of Iceland/United Kingdom HVDC submarine cable 

link, 1 5:3028 (J;GB) 
Emergency Plans 

PLATINE, 15:1 739 (J;US) 
Energy Accounting 

An approach to least-cost utility planning, 15:2715 (BA;US) 
Nuclear materials management and safeguards system 

(NMMSS), 15:849 (J;US) 
Energy Conservation 

California energy flow in 1987, 15:1062 (R;US) 
Development of a radiant heating system model for BLAST 

15:1176 (BA;US) 

Superinsulated homes, 15:1965 (J;US) 
The impact of the Tax Reform Act of 1 986 on the development of 
cogeneration and alternative energy projects, 15:2709 (BA;US) 
Energy Consumption 
Qualifying facilities and their effect on generation planninp 

15:984 (J;US) 
Energy Demand 
Integrating non-utility generation into the NEPOOL resource 

planning process, 15:990 (J;US) 
Optimal VAR planning by approximation method for recursive 

mixed-integer linear programming, 15:979 (J;US) 
Energy Efficiency 
Arctic energy opportunities: US resources and development, 

15:163 (J;US) 
Energy Losses 

Marketing quality differentiated power, 15:3031 (J;US) 
Energy Management 
A view on the commercial readiness of new technology in trw 

electric utility industry, 15:1060 (BA;US) 
New York State Energy Office's experience with retrofit cogener- 
ation under the Institutional Conservation Proqram, 15:2707 
(BA;US) 
The impact of sectoral shifts in the industrial sector on energy 

demands, 15:1053 (BA;US) 
Energy Policy 

Cogeneration: economic and technical analysis. August 1983- 
May 1989 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report lor 
August 1 983-May 1989, 15:2587 (R;US) 
Environmental Policy 
The status of the vertical axis wind turbine research test bed, 

1 5:822 (BA;US) 
Evaluation 

Performance contracting in large schools systems, 15:721 
(BA;US) 



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Final report, Volume 1: Overview, 15:245 (R;US) 
Financial Data 

Electric power supply and demand for the contiguous United 
States, 1988-1997: Staff report, 15:970 (R;US) 

Large-scale field measurements of electrical energy consump- 
tion, 15:227 (R;US) 
Financing 

Federal and state impediments to achievement of full- 
restructuring potential, 15:2699 (BA;US) 
Flue Gas 

Increasing U.S. coal exports - Fact or fiction, 15:1245 (BA;US) 
Fluidized Bed Boilers 

Trends in particulate control for coal fired boilers, 15:1236 

(BA;US) 
Forecasting 

Structural evolution of the electric utility industry, 15:2094 (R;US) 

US industrial process heating energy consumption, 1985. Topi- 
cal report, April 1 987-February 1988, 15:535 (R;US) 
Fuel Supplies 

Designing auctions for the purchase of electric power by utilities 
under PURPA, 15:217 (RA;US) 

Fuel management and financial results, 15:214 (RA;US) 

Strategic planning atTVA, 15:215 (RA;US) 
Fuels 

Electric power monthly, May 1989, 15:2660 (R;US) 
Government Policies 

Economics of electric power generation options and sulfur oxide 

emission control, 15:719 (BA;US) 
Income 

Importance of market segmentation in new service and rate of- 
ferings, 1 5:2069 (RA;US) 
interconnected Power Systems 

Wheeling, competition, and economic efficiency, 15:1523 (J;US) 
Investment 

Nuclear power plant decommissioning: an unresolved problem, 

15:134(J;US) 
Legal Aspects 

Measuring utility performance, 15:2111 (J;US) 

Missouri compromise, 15:2110 (J;US) 
Load Analysis 

Instrumentation for high-speed digital recording of switching 
surges, 15:1757 (J;US) 

Residential customer preference and behavior: Market segmen- 
tation using CLASSIFYtrademark: Final report, 15:1 316 (R;US) 

Scheduling of generation in deficit power systems, 1 5:1 306 (J;US) 

The year 2000 power plant, 15:2106 (J;US) 
Load Management 

A load frequency control algorithm based on a generalized ap- 
proach, 15:1 304 (J;US) 

A new general estimation curve for predicting the impulse 
impedance of concentrated earth electrodes, 15:673 (J;US) 

Abstract for customizing an integrated planning approach: three 
utilities' experience, 15:2390 (RA;US) 

Alternative rate design in the United States, 15:2087 (RA;US) 

Alternative technologies for DSM in the commercial sector, 
15:2080 (RA;US) 

An adaptive controller for power system load-frequency control, 
15:1726 (J;US) 

Analysis of energy audit programs to determine the most effec- 
tive audit procedures, 15:2440 (RA;US) 

Annual marketing planning: the bridge from the strategic to the 
tactical, 15:2386 (RA;US) 

Assessing the value of service reliability, 1 5:2047 (RA;US) 

Assessment and evaluation of Ohio Electric Utilities demand- 
side programs, 15:2356 (RA;US) 

Attributes of simplicity in pricing, 15:2077 (RA;US) 

Auditing control performance of interconnected areas utilizing 
the components concept and its decomposition and evalua- 
tion techniques, 15:1301 (J;US) 

Automatic meter reading: an important subset to demand-side 
management programs, 15:2410 (RA;US) 



Bidding conservation against cogeneration: the level playing 
field, 1 5:2379 (RA;US) 

Bidding methods, evaluation, and tactics, 15:2377 (RA;US) 

Breakthroughs in end-use metering for program monitoring and 
evaluation, 15:2443 (RA;US) 

Building an integrated resource planning process from a 
traditional supply planning function: the Montana-Dakota ex- 
perience, 15:2265 (RA;US) 

COMET model: A system to forecast end-use technology com- 
petitiveness, 15:2676 (RA;US) 

COMMEND: The commercial sector end use data and forecast- 
ing framework, 15:2674 (RA;US) 

COOLAID: A market assessment tool for cool storage systems, 
15:2677 (RA;US) 

COOLGEN: A competitive assessment tool for cogenera- 
tiorx/absorption systems, 15:2678 (RA;US) 

Can heat pumps compete with gas furnaces? Results of the 
California heat pump and gas furnace comparison project, 
15:241 7 (RA;US) 

Case study: integrated use of energy management technolo- 
gies and programs at a major ski resort, 15:2270 (RA;US) 

Characterizing residential space conditioning loads, 15:2261 
(RA;US) 

Climate change and electric utilities, 15:2375 (RA;US) 

Cogeneration and competition, 15:2078 (RA;US) 

Commercial building end-use intensities and load shapes based 
on the ELCAP sample of end-use metered buildings, 1 5:2357 
(RA;US) 

Commercial customer acceptance of demand-side management 
programs, 15:1052 (BA;US) 

Comparing the success of a marketing vs. mandatory approach to 
achieving high efficiency building practices, 15:2389 (RA;US) 

Comparison of time-of-use rate impacts, 15:2089 (RA;US) 

Comparison of two utility conservation incentives for commercial 
and industrial customers, 15:2263 (RA;US) 

Comparison study of energy savings methodologies, 15:2262 
(RA;US) 

Competition and bypass in regulated markets, 15:2044 (RA;US) 

Competitive pricing and regulatory reform, 15:2037 (RA;US) 

Comprehensive demand-side evaluation at Northern States 
Power Company of Wisconsin, 15:2446 (RA;US) 

Cost of electrical power system losses for use in economic eval- 
uations, 15:1 746 (J;US) 

Cost-based pricing in the United States, 15:2090 (RA;US) 

Current cost and performance requirements for residential cool 
storage systems, 15:219 (R;US) 

Customer attitudes regarding electric outage costs and back-up 
generation, 15:2406 (RA;US) 

Customer decision-making under real-time pricing, 15:2431 
(RA;US) 

Customer outage costs: their role in system planning and pric- 
ing, 15:2035 (RA;US) 

Customer response to real-time pricing, 15:2056 (RA;US) 

DSM commercial customer acceptance, 15:2668 (RA;US) 

DSM down under, 15:2382 (RA;US) 

Demand charge: does it fit in?, 15:2051 (RA;US) 

Demand-side bidding: the non-participant test and economic ef- 
ficiency, 15:2378 (RA;US) 

Demand-side management component of an integrated bidding 
program, 15:2376 (RA;US) 

Demand-side management in Austria and Germany: selected 
programs, 15:2380 (RA;US) 

Demand-side management in the Federal Republic of Germany, 
1 5:2084 (RA;US) 

Demand-side management programs for new residential and 
commercial buildings: what have we learned, 1 5:2264 (RA;US) 

Demand-side systems engineering, 1 5:2402 (RA;US) 

Derivation of service values from surveys, 15:2048 (RA;US) 

Design and use of the indepth equipment model for market 
planning and forecasting, 15:2437 (RA;US) 

Developing an integrated value-based planning process, 
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Load Management 



Development and implementation of a comprehensive training 
program for utility marketing service representatives, 15:2387 

Development of a Wisconsin Demand-Side Research Center: 

process early results, and lessons learned, 15:2419 (RA;US) 
Direct mail marketing of electric savings time a residential time- 

of-day rate, 15:2427 (RA;US) 
Discussion on planning and DSM, 15:2086 (RA;US) 
Discussion on planning and pricing, 15:2092 (RA;US) 
Distribution automation applications software for the Athens Util- 

ities Board, 15:1286 (J;US) 
Dynamic tariffs, 15:3047 (J;US) 
Effects of grounding on distribution system harmonic resonance 

conditions, 15:1291 (J;US) 

Effects of voluntary TOU rates on revenues, 15:2070 (RA;US) 
Efficiency vs. fairness retail pricing, 15:2065 (RA;US) 
Electric alternatives to cogeneration, 15:2686 (RA;US) 
Electric thermal storage and warm-room concept, 15:2411 

(RA;US) 
Electric utility planning in light of global climate change con- 

cerns, 15:2373 (RA;US) 
Electric-utility energy-efficiency and load-management pro- 

grams: Resources for the 1990s, 15:2692 (R;US) 
Electrical environment of the uprated pacific NW/SW HVDC in- 

tertie, 15:1769 (J;US) 
Electricity - raw material, 15:2072 (RA;US) 
Electricity pricing: a new role for an old concept, 1 5:2033 (RA;US) 
End-use forecasting models for the agricultural sector, 15:2672 

(RA;US) 

End-use metering of commercial buildings, 15:2260 (RA;US) 
Energy management information and implementation system for 

marketing and demand-side management (EMI 2 system), 

15:2438 (RA;US) 
Energy management programs for large commercial and indus- 

trial electric utility customers, 15:2370 (RA;US) 
Energy savings and self-selection bias: application and interpre- 

tation, 15:2447 (RA;US) 
Enhancing commercial/industrial customer participation in an ef- 

ficient equipment rebate program using a generic equipment 

category, 15:2397 (RA;US) 
Equipment to care for the customer, 15:2401 (RA;US) 
Equity cost component in evaluating non-utility generation pro- 

posals, 15:2429 (RA;US) 

Estimating outage costs from demand analysis, 15:2049 (RA;US) 
Evaluation of TVA's energy saver home program, 15-2353 

(RA;US) 

Evaluation of direct load control programs, 1 5:2354 (RA;US) 
Evaluation of the energy and demand effects of Wisconsin Elec- 

tric Power Company's Smart Money conservation program 

1 5:2444 (RA;US) K -a , 

Evaluation of the enforcement costs of the Washington State 

commercial energy code, 15:2268 (RA;US) 
Evaluation of time-of-use rate program performance, 15:2352 

(RA|US) 

Evolution of the Wisconsin integrated least cost planning 

method, 15:241 8 (RA;US) 
Experience using commend, 15:2675 (RA;US) 
Exploring new dimensions in RTF, 15:2057 (RA;US) 
Flint Electric Membership Corporation residential time-of-use 

rate project, 15:2434 (RA;US) 
Forecasting day-ahead marginal costs, 15:2041 (RA-US) 

h W ^ * P roblem? - 



From rates to prices: the emerging concepts, 15:2032 (RA-US) 
Fuel oil price and inventory survey, 1987-1988 heating season: 

Final technical report, 15:1621 (R;US) 
GPU's experience with curtailable loads, 15:2064 (RA-US) 
Generalizing end-use load data analysis, 15-2685 (RA'US) 

(R/VUS) ySS Wlth r6sidential bi " ^aggregation,' 15:2403 



Guaranteed rates: a marketable option?, 15:2076 (RA;US) 
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Hourly electric load model (HELM) (RP-1955): model overvjw 
and transfer, 15:2684 (RA;US) 

Impact of energy codes on utility system uncertainty 15-2351 
(RA;US) 

Importance of market segmentation in new service and rats of- 
ferings, 15:2069 (RA;US) 

Incentives for residential direct load control, 15:2062 (RA;US) 

Influencing customer investment through financial incentives 
15:2071 (RA;US) 

Influencing professionals in the commercial new construct^ 
market, 15:2368 (RA;US) 

Innovative incentives to reduce externalities in power produc- 
tion, 15:2428 (RA;US) 

Innovative pricing for large customers, 15:2701 (BA;US) 

Innovative pricing of electricity, 15:2031 (RA;US) 

Innovative pricing: do benefits outweigh costs?, 15:2052 {RA;U; 

Institutional aspects of DSM in France, 15:2082 (RA;US) 

Institutional aspects of DSM in Italy, 15:2083 (RA;US) 

Institutional aspects of DSM in the United States, 15-2085 
(RA;US) 

Integrated evaluation of supply-side and demand-side electricity 
options, 15:2393 (RA;US) 

Integrated resource planning: case studies of two Minnesota 
utilities, 15:2358 (RA;US) 

Integrating non-utility generation into the NEPOOL resource 
planning process, 15:990 (J;US) 

International fuels report: supply/price trends and forecasts 
1988, 15:1 635 (B;US) 

Interruptible/curtailable rate programs: issues in the devekf 
ment of customer credits, 15:2679 (RA;US) 

Key elements of legislative and regulatory framework for using 
energy conservation to reduce acid rain compliance costs 
15:2374 (RA;US) 

Least-cost options? generalizations from the empirical data, 
1 5:2436 (RA;US) 

Lessons in successful marketing to residential customers: Ihs 
New England electric water wrap program, 15:2414 (RA;US) 

Load impacts of energy management hardware, 15:1669 (R;US) 

Load reduction and operational performance of commercial coo! 
storage systems, 15:2372 (RA;US) 

Load research with finesse: working in a DOS environment, 
15:2366 (RA;US) 

Long-term utility planning: how significant is demand-side man- 
agement, 15:2391 (RA;US) 

Look at FORECAST MASTER, 15:2667 (RA;US) 

MIDAS case studies, 15:2450 (R;US) 

Major weatherization impacts on space heating requirements or 
the intersection of prediction and performance, 15:2441 
(RA;US) 

Marginal cost pricing in France, 15:2091 (RA;US) 

Marginal operating costs: is system lambda enough?, 15:2036 
(RA;US) 

Market assessment of remaining DSM potential among CMP's 
electric space heating customers, 15:2388 (RA;US) 

Market research in a regulatory setting: the Wisconsin commer- 
cial segmentation study, 15:2369 (RA;US) 

Market research: a tool to increase customer acceptance of en- 
ergy management programs, 1 5:2266 (RA;US) 

Market segmentation and pricing for competitive markets, 
1 5:2066 (RA;US) 

Market share simulator demonstration, 15:2670 (RA;US) 

Market success: it's who you know that counts, 1 5:2385 (RA;US) 

Market utility planning primer, 1 5:2682 (RA;US) 

Marketing conservation or what? a residential sector experi- 
ence, 15:2426 (RA;US) 

Marketing interruptible rates to commercial and industrial cus- 
tomers: a case study, 15:2363 (RA;US) 

Marketing rates that enhance net revenue, 15:2068 (RA;US) 

Measuring outage probabilities, 15:2043 (RA;US) 

Meeting the competition - a joint action DSM program, 15:2424 
(RA;US) 

Metered residential hot water loads in the Pacific Northwest 
implications for demand side management programs, 
1 5:2269 (RA;US) 



ELECTRIC UTILITIES 
Marketers 



Mintop Project, 15:2383 (RA;US) 

Modifying process operations in response to innovative pricing, 
1 5:2060 (RA;US) 

Motivations for and evolution of DSM, 15:2081 (RA;US) 

NEES stand-by generations program: design, results, and 
lessons learned, 15:2371 (RA;US) 

New REEPS PC model, 15:2673 (RA;US) 

New dimensions in marginal cost concepts, 1 5:2034 (RA;US) 

New house: an evaluation of a utility-sponsored new home pro- 
gram, 1 5:2267 (RA;US) 

New transmission planning model, 15:1724 (J;US) 

Optimizing demand-side and supply resources using linear pro- 
gramming, 15:2396 (RA;US) 

Options for broadcasting price & information, 15:2054 (RA;US) 

Organizational aspects of integrated planning, 15:2395 (RA;US) 

Overview of utility commercial-sector DSM programs, 15:2362 
(RA;US) 

PSE&G residential appliance control market assessment, 
15:2398 (RA;US) 

Peak load reducing technologies marketing study, 15:2416 
(RA;US) 

Pioneering process to develop energy conservation programs, 
15:2435 (RA;US) 

Potential contribution of load management and strategic conser- 
vation to national electricity adequacy in 2000, 15:2421 
(RA;US) 

Power quality: a utility perspective, 15:2075 (RA;US) 

Practical applications of real-time pricing concepts: the dis- 
patchable demand rate, 15:2432 (RA;US) 

Practical lessons from the direct installation of high efficiency re- 
frigerators in low income households, 15:2412 (RA;US) 

Preliminary evaluation of computer modeling forecasts of en- 
ergy consumption in energy edge building, 15:2271 (RA;US) 

Price differentiation by time and by service, 15:2038 (RA;US) 

Pricing innovation and latent technology development: the 
chicken and egg syndrome, 1 5:2059 (RA;US) 

Probabilistic generating capacity cost of service allocation, 
15:3045 (J;US) 

Pros and cons of negotiated rates, 15:2045 (RA;US) 

Qualifying facilities and their effect on generation planning, 
15:984 (J;US) 

Qualifying facilities and their effect on generation planning, 
15:21 00 (B;US) 

Rate manager's perspective: theory to practice, 15:2063 
(RA;US) 

Rate manager's perspective: theory to practice, 1 5:2040 (RA;US) 

Recent accomplishments of the US Department of Energy's 
Least-Cost Utility Planning program, 15:2693 (R;US) 

Regulatory perspective on interruptible rates, 15:2067 (RA;US) 

Reliability analysis of transmission lines with common mode fail- 
ures when repair times are arbitrarily distributed, 1 5:698 (J;US) 

Reliability evaluations of demand-side options based on capacity 
equivalence on the Southern Electric System, 15:2394(RA;US) 

Residential bill disaggregation for DSM promotion, 15:2400 
(RA;US) 

Residential bill disaggregation for DSM promotion, 15:2433 
(RA;US) 

Revenue and rates of return requirements, 15:2050 (RA;US) 

Rhode Island least cost planning project - a model for statewide 
cooperative DSM program design, 15:2449 (RA;US) 

Role of comparative technology costing methods in achieving 
least cost electricity supply, 15:2422 (RA;US) 

Security constrained optimization - A case study, 15:519 (J;US) 

Segmenting commercial/industrial markets for demand-side pro- 
grams, 15:2367 (RA;US) 

Selecting DSM program monitoring and evaluation techniques, 
15:2669(RA;US) 

Setbacks and peak loads in commercial buildings, 15:2442 
(RA;US) 

Smart Money Energy Program for residential customers, 
15:2407 (RA;US) 

Smartlight: innovative marketing for energy efficient lighting in 
residences, 15:2409 (RA;US) 



Statewide least-cost planning - an inventory-based approach to 
program design, 15:2448 (RA;US) 

Strategic integration of pricing and demand-side management, 
1 5:2039 (RA;US) 

Strategies to meet increased competition, 15:2046 (RA;US) 

System:GT r - geothermal heating, cooling, and water heating, 
15:2413 (RA;US) 

Tariffs used for load management in Europe, 15:2088 (RA;US) 

Technological requirements for new pricing strategies, 15:2053 
(RA;US> 

Testing and simulation of a water-to-air heat pump operating 
with a non-azeotropic mixture, 15:1055 (BA;US) 

The electricity consumption impacts of commercial energy man- 
agement systems, 15:1741 (J;US) 

The mixture of normals approximation technique for equivalent 
load duration curves, 15:1305 (J;US) 

The strategic direction of the electric utility industry, 15:2716 
(BA;US) 

Transferability of demand-side programs between regions, 
15:2405 (RA;US) 

True experiment in utility commercial lighting marketing, 
15:2384 (RA;US) 

Two-part pricing in real-time, 15:2058 (RA;US) 

Uncertainty in long-term resource planning for electric utilities, 
1 5:2392 (RA;US) 

Understanding and estimating industrial energy use for DSM 
program design, 15:2364 (RA;US) 

Uniform approach to commercial data collection for DSM plan- 
ning by Ohio utilities, 15:2404 (RA;US) 

Uppdrag 2000: developing the future, 15:2381 (RA;US) 

Use of the ASSESS computer program for least-cost utility plan- 
ning, 15:2439 (RA;US) 

Using utilities to provide government sponsored energy programs: 
an overview of international experience, 15:2430 (RA;US) 

Using variable prices to improve productivity, 15:2061 (RA;US) 

Utility competitive position (CP) test for DSM programs: a new 
tool for planning and analyzing DSM programs to improve a 
utility's competitive position, 15:2425 (RA;US) 

Utility energy strategies: the role of efficiency, productivity, and 
conservation, 15:2420 (RA;US) 

Utility needs assessment for industrial data, 15:2365 (RA;US) 

Utility perspectives on three possible modes of control for ther- 
mal energy storage (TES) systems in commercial buildings, 
15:2415 (RA;US) 

Validating marginal cost estimates, 15:2042 (RA;US) 

Water heater control and standby generation: design to system- 
wide implementation, 15:2408 (RA;US) 

Water heater cycling - the modem approach, 15:2272 (RA;US) 

When preparedness met with opportunity - a successful facade 
lighting program, 15:2423 (RA;US) 

Wisconsin's conservation competition pilot program: a progress 
report, 15:2355 (RA;US) 

Working systems from off-the-shelf components, 15:2055 
(RA;US) 

[Participate in in-depth discussions with the Federal Republic of 
Germany concerning possible membership in the International 
Energy Agency's Center for the Analysis and Dissemination 
of Demonstrated Energy Technologies, Bonn, W. Germany, 
June 15, 1989]: Foreign trip report, 15:2273 (R;US) 
Management 

High electric load growth, 15:2245 (BA;US) 

Integrated value-based planning, 15:1677 (RA;US) 

Planning for electric utilities, 15:2116 (J;US) 

Searching for solutions for territorial disputes, 1 5:2109 (J;US) 

Welfare and efficiency benefits of all sources bidding, 15:2095 

(R;US) 
Marginal-Cost Pricing 

Cost-effective regulation (Electricity industry.), 15:337 (J;GB) 
Market 

The impact of sectoral shifts in the industrial sector on energy 

demands, 15:1053 (BA;US) 
Marketers 



ELECTRIC UTILITIES 
Marketing 



Marketing 

Bad data identification in power system state estimation based 
on measurement compensation and linear residual calcula- 
tion, 15:1717 (J;US) 

Decomposition techniques for multi-area generation and trans- 
mission planning under uncertainty: Final report, 15:2665 
(R;US) 

Integrated resource planning: who's going to do it?, 15:1695 
(RA;US) 

Pilot test of the crushed-rock storage furnace: Volume 1, Sum- 
mary of findings: Final report, 15:666 (R;US) 

Planning for electric utilities; the value of service, 15:1690 
(RA;US) 

Residential customer preference and behavior: Market segmen- 
tation using CLASSIFYtrademark: Final report, 1 5:1 31 6 (R;US) 
Marketing Research 

Competitive marketing for electric utilities, 15:1716 (BA;US) 

End-use load data for DSM analysis: results from EPRPs DSM 
project, 1 5:2683 (RA;US) 

How efficient can distillation be, 15:1317 (J;US) 

Industrial end-use planning methodology (INDEPTH), 15:2671 

(RA;US) 
Meetings 

Steam-injected gas turbines for moderate size power genera- 
tion, 15:1 050 (BA;GB) 
Metering 

An overview of 3-D graphical analysis using DOE-2 hourly simu- 
lation data, 15:1 186 (BA;US) 
Network Analysis 

Voluntary residential time-of-use rates. Lessons learned from Pa- 
cific Gas and Electric Company's Experiment, 15:986 (J;US) 
On-Llne Control Systems 

Instrumentation system used to determine the effects of steep 
front short duration impulses on electric power system insula- 
tion, 15:1 758 (J;US) 
Optimization 

An integrated load forecasting, 15:2454 (B;US) 
Outages 

Coupling phenomenon of torsional modes, 15:3036 (J;US) 

Optimum electric utility spot price determinations for small 
power producing facilities operating under PURPA provisions, 
15:2453 (B;US) 
Ownership 

Agriculture's energy agenda, 15:311 (J;GB) 

Macroeconomic effects of energy supply and demand fluctua- 
tions, 15:2780 (J;US;ln Italian) 

Perspectives for energy diversification in Mexico, 15:1978 

(BA;GB) 
Performance 

Advanced Utility Simulation Model, Energy, and Employment 
Impacts Module (Version 1.0). Final report, September 1982- 
August1983, 15:671 (R;US) 

New partnerships for economic development (Public power sys- 
tems), 15:2112(J;US) 

Risk analysis and optional investment in the electricity supply in- 
dustry, 1 5:2490 (BA;GB) 
Planning 

1988 Italian Energy Plan (PEN): Program management, 
1 5:2982 (J;IT;ln Italian) 

A generalized analysis method of auto-parametric resonances 
in power systems, 15:3050 (J;US) 

A stochastic computer model for heating and cooling loads, 
1 5:528 (J;US) 

Alternative technologies for DSM in the commercial sector, 
15:2080 (RA;US) 

Backup control centers justification, requirements, emergency 
planning, and drills, 15:1738 (J;US) 

Climate change and electric utilities, 15:2375 (RA;US) 

Customer segmentation, 15:1689 (RA;US) 

Demand-side management audit: improving the estimates of 
DSM impacts, 15:1685 (RA;US) 

Demand-side management component of an integrated bidding 
program, 15:2376 (RA;US) 



Demand-side management market penetration: modeling and 
resource planning perspectives from Central Maine Power, 
15:2360 (RA;US) 

Determination of optimal operation policies for a combined 
hydro-thermal power-generating system, 15:2459 (D;US) 

Developing optimum incentive levels for DSM programs using a 
customer acceptance model, 15:2361 (RA;US) 

Effect of load models on ac/dc system stability and modulation 
control design, 15:2130 (J;US) 

Emerging issues in power system planning, 15:3038 (J;US) 

End-use evaluation, 15:1691 (RA;US) 

FPL Group - a case study of diversification, 15:1698 (RA;US) 

Fast contingency screening and evaluation for voltage security 
analysis, 15:991 (J;US) 

Forecasting and validating participation rates overtime, 15:1684 
(RA;US) 

Illinois statewide electric-utility plan. Volume 1. Executive sum- 
mary ,15:1 702 (R;US) 

Importance of market segmentation in new service and rate of- 
ferings, 15:1 693 (RA;US) 

Improved algorithms for multi-area reliability evaluation using 
the decomposition-simulation approach, 15:1744 (J;US) 

Influencing customer investment through financial incentives, 
15:2071 (RA;US) 

Information needs for value-based planning, 15:1686 (RA;US) 

Integrated evaluation of supply-side and demand-side electricity 
options, 1 5:2393 (RA;US) 

Integrated resource planning: a view from the trenches, 
15:1 680 (RA;US) 

Integrated resource planning: who's going to do it?, 15:1695 
(RA;US) 

Internationa! workshop on innovative DSM [demand-side man- 
agement] techniques: Proceedings, 15:1675 (R;US) 

Key elements of legislative and regulatory framework for using 
energy conservation to reduce acid rain compliance costs. 
15:2374 (RA;US) 

Least-cost planning and competition, 15:2117 (J;US) 

Least-cost planning: profiting from the negawatt revolution, 
15:1 678 (RA;US) 

Least-cost resource planning in a changing business environ- 
ment, 15:2359 (RA;US) 

Legacy of traditional planning, 15:1679 (RA;US) 

Linkage between global economic developments, fuel costs and 
financing costs, 15:213 (RA;US) 

Long-term utility planning: how significant is demand-side man- 
agement, 15:2391 (RA;US) 

Market assessment for future technologies, 15:1688 (RA;US) 

Market research: a tool to increase customer acceptance of en- 
ergy management programs, 15:2266 (RA;US) 

Modal dynamic equivalent for electric power systems. Part II, 
15:975 (J;US) 

Northwest strategies for least-cost planning, 15:2118 (J;US) 

Optimal peak load pricing, Hopkinson tariffs, and modified Hop- 
kinson tariffs: a comparative analysis, 15:2349 (RA;US) 

Optimizing demand-side and supply resources using linear pro- 
gramming, 15:2396 (RA;US) 

Overview of utility commercial-sector DSM programs, 15:2362 
(RA;US) 

Power shortages in developing countries: magnitude, impacts, 
solutions, and the role of the private sector: a report to 
Congress, 15:1703 (R;US) 

Regulation of utility long-range planning, 15:1687 (RA;US) 

Regulatory perspective on integrated value-based planning 
(IVP), 15:1682 (RA;US) 

Report on Colorado electric power options study: Phase 1, 
15:1 278 (R;US) 

Report to Congress: A study comparing the cost and perfor- 
mance of first and second generation integrated gasification 
combined cycle systems, 15:1279 (R;US) 

Rural areas electrification (Latin America), Guatemala City, 
Guatemala, June 4-7, 1989: Foreign trip report, 15:2694 
(R;US) 

Scenario planning at Florida power and light company, 15:716 
(BA;US) 



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Share skills to avert takeover, 15:2120 (J;US) 

Socioeconomic assessment of the proposed inactivation of the 

5th Fighter Interceptor Squadron Minot Air Force Base, North 

Dakota, 15:555 (R;US) 
Statistical indicators of potential for electric utility least-cost 

planning programs, 15:2093 (R;US) 
Strategic planning framework for technology evaluation, 

15:1 692 (RA;US) 
Test marketing, 15:2664 (R;US) 
The impact of the CFC [chlorofluorocarbon] phase-out on PG 

and E, its customers, and energy use, 15:2097 (R;US) 
The utility wholesale power transaction as a LCUP mechanism, 

15:1507 (R;US) 

Thermal energy storage for power generation, 15:1283 (R;US) 
Transferability of demand-side programs between regions, 

15:2405(RA;US) 
Uncertainty in long-term resource planning for electric utilities, 

1 5:2392 (RA;US) 

Uncertainty in utility planning introduction, 15:715 (BA;US) 
Utility planning in perspective: Fundamental elements for devel- 
oping successful strategies, 15:1701 (R;US) 
Value of product differentiation in electricity markets, 15:1694 

(RA;US) 
What do we really mean by least-cost utility planning?, 15:1683 

(RA;US) 
Why utilities should promote DSM while choking on capacity 

surplus, 15:1681 (RA;US) 
Power Demand 
Demand-side management audit: improving the estimates of 

DSM impacts, 15:1685 (RA;US) 
Least-Cost Utility Planning: a federal perspective, 15:2663 

(RA;US) 
Proposals for monitoring the performance of electric utilities. 

Technical paper, 15:670 (R;US) 
Power Losses 
Probabilistic transient stability studies using the conditional 

probability approach, 1 5:995 (J;US) 
Prices 

Superconductive magnetic energy storage (SMES) system stud- 
ies for electrical utility usage at Wisconsin, 15:1043 (BA;US) 
Productivity 
Methodology for guidance of power supply in urban areas, 

15:1311 (BA;US) 
Public Relations 

Customer cost of electric service interruptions, 15:3048 (J;US) 
Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act 
Detection and identification of topology errors in electric power 

systems, 15:985 (J;US) 
Rate Structure 

An introduction to exploration economics, 15:2777 (B;US) 
Bulk power contracts: valuing reliability, 15:1700 (RA;US) 
Corporate considerations related to competition: reshaping the 

corporation from the inside out, 15:1697 (RA;US) 
Demand side bidding, 15:2702 (BA;US) 
Effect of environmental regulations on the efficiency of electric 

utilities: 1969 versus 1975, 15:3027 (J;IT) 
Electric and gas rates for the residential and commercial sec- 
tors: 1988. Volume 2. Topical report, 15:2776 (R;US) 
Essays in the regulation of electric utilities, 15:1527 (D;US) 
Integrated value-based planning: A look at the issues, 15:2680 

(RA;US) 
Oil and power: an analysis of United States economic interests 

and strategies in the Middle East. Study project, 15:171 (R;US) 
Photovoltaics as an operating energy system, 15:220 (R;US) 
Power plant productivity/information systems focus in the 90's, 

15:1310(BA;US) 
Use of letter of credit backed commercial paper for construction 

financing, 15:2698 (BA;US) 
Regulations 

ASD benefit, 15:1061 (BA;US) 
Agriculture's energy agenda, 15:311 (J;GB) 
Methods for calculating the electromagnetic fields from a known 

source distribution, 15:2720 (J;US) 
Potential of incentive regulation, 15:2626 (BA;US) 



Pushing performance with on-line monitoring, 15:338 (J;GB) 

Simulation methods for generation planning of electric-utility 
systems with intermittent power sources, 15:341 (D;GB) 

State energy data report: Consumption estimates, 1960-1987, 

15:1 528 (R;US) 
Reliability 

An evaluation of alternative load measurement frameworks for 
resource planning, 15:1745 (J;US) 

Canadian power imports, 15:3019 (R;US) 

Real time pricing to assist in load frequency control, 15:3046 
(J;US) 

Short-run versus long-run marginal cost pricing, 15:336 (J;US) 

Unit reliability measures for power plants facing partial outages 
and variable demand, 15:3035 (J;US) 

User experience with on-line predictive river flow regulation, 
15:3054 (J;US) 

Utility planning in perspective: Fundamental elements for devel- 
oping successful strategies, 15:1701 (R;US) 
Research Programs 

Detection of topology errors by state estimation, 15:1733 (J;US) 
Resource Management 

Demand-side management market penetration: modeling and 
resource planning perspectives from Central Maine Power, 
1 5:2360 (RA;US) 

Developing optimum incentive levels for DSM programs using a 
customer acceptance model, 15:2361 (RA;US) 

Least-cost resource planning in a changing business environ- 
ment, 15:2359 (RA;US) 

Pricing - the marketing facilitator, 15:1696 (RA;US) 
Service Life 

Efficiency: defense against the long hot summer, 15:2107 (J;US) 

Performance contracting in large schools systems, 15:721 

(BA;US) 
Socio-Economic Factors 

Alleviating line overload by line switching, 15:2113 (J;US) 

Moving beyond marketing myopia, 15:1715 (BA;US) 
Spot Market 

Q'HARM - A harmonic powerflow program for small power sys- 
tems, 15:1 032 (J;US) 
Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage 

Electrification of energy supply - An essay on its history, eco- 
nomic impact and likely future, 15:711 (J;US) 

Optimal use of dual heating for load management, 15:1 044 (J;US) 
Surveys 

Utility planning perspectives, 15:2129 (J;US) 
Technology Assessment 

Importance of market segmentation in new service and rate of- 
ferings, 15:1693 (RA;US) 
Technology Transfer 

ASD benefit, 15:1061 (BA;US) 
Time-Of-Use Pricing 

Impact of automation on the reliability of the Athens Utilities 
Board's distribution system, 15:1712 (B;US) 

Optimal VAR planning by approximation method for recursive 
mixed-integer linear programming, 15:979 (J;US) 

Real-time monitoring, optimization and control of a hydroelectric 

generation complex, 15:987 (J;US) 
Wind Power 

Arizona's 1984 fuelwood harvest. Forest Service resource bul- 
letin, 1 5:342 (R;US) 
ELECTRIC-POWERED VEHICLES 

See also HYBRID ELECTRIC-POWERED VEHICLES 

Department of Energy Defense Programs Environmental 
Restoration Program update, 15:1136 (R;US) 

Electric vehicles, magnetic levitation and superconductive levi- 
tation in Japan, 15:1135 (BA;US) 

Fuel oil price and inventory survey, 1987-1988 heating season: 
Final technical report, 15:1621 (R;US) 

Monthly Energy Review, August 1988, 15:297 (R;US) 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Photovoltaic system research status, 15:2919 (R;US) 

Wind energy technical reading list, 15:275 (R;US) 



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ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 

See also CAPACITORS 

ELECTRIC COILS 
ELECTRICAL INSULATORS 
RECTIFIERS 
SWITCHES 
TRANSFORMERS 

Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). 
Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 
(RCRA). Summary of data on municipal solid-waste-landfill 
leachate characteristics. Draft report, 15:249 (R;US) 
Research in photovoltaics, 15:2139 (RA;US) 
ELECTRICAL INSULATORS 

Load control experiments with heat pumps during the winter, 

15:1 285 (J;US) 
Modelling series capacitor reinsertion in ac studies, 15:1540 

(J;US) 

Summation of probabilistic harmonic vectors, 15:1289 (J;US) 
ELECTRICAL PUMPING 

Removal and abandonment, 15:1247 (BA;US) 
ELECTRICAL TRANSIENTS 

Analysis of dc harmonics using the three-pulse model for the in- 

termountain power project HVDC transmission, 15:1761 (J;US) 

Distribution system losses calculated by percent loading, 15:522 

(J;US) 
Energy management system survey of architectures, 15:1298 

(J;US) 
ELECTRICITY 

Only for the physical phenomenon sense; for utility purposes, 

use ELECTRIC POWER. 
Consumption Rates 
A view on the commercial readiness of new technology in the 

electric utility industry, 15:1060 (BA;US) 
Cost 

Technical review of coal supply contracts, 15:961 (BA;US) 
Uncertainty in utility planning introduction, 15:715 (BA;US) 
Economic Analysis 

WEMAP - A computer aided instructional tool for electromagnet- 
ics, 15:2125 (J;US) 
Energy Consumption 

Resource recovery facility siting: Recommendations for eco- 
nomic and other equity adjustments: Final report, 15:1777 
(R;US) 

Energy Demand 
A closed-loop quasi-optimal dynamic braking resistor and shunt 

reactor control strategy for transient stability, 15:521 (J;US) 
PEPCO'S approach to implementing a demand side manage- 
ment program, 15:1054 (BA;US) 
Energy Management 

World electricity, 15:1049 (B;US) 
Expenditures 

Fossil energy review, 15:1487 (R;US) 
Prices 

ASD benefit, 15:1061 (BA;US) 
Characteristics of commercial buildings 1986: Nonresidential 

buildings energy consumption survey, 15:144 (R;US) 
Comparison of photovoltaic energy systems for the solar village. 

Master's thesis, 15:725 (R;US) 
Conversion of an electric power plant in Des Moines to cogener- 

ation and district heating, 15:1163 (BA;US) 
Fossil energy review, 15:1487 (R;US) 

Typical electric bills: Based on January 1, 1988 rates, 15:724 
(R;US) 

Sales 

Expert system assisted load management and security: Part 1 , 
Security analysis and optimization algorithms: Final report, 
15:1 508 (R;US) 
Supply and Demand 

Effect of load models on ac/dc system stability and modulation 
control design, 15:2130 (J;US) 

Hydropower planning in Developing Countries, 15:532 (J;US) 

Uncertainty in utility planning introduction, 15:715 (BA;US) 



Time-Of-Use Pricing 

Testing and simulation of a water-to-air heat pump operating 

with a non-azeotropic mixture, 15:1055 (BA;US) 
The impact of sectoral shifts in the industrial sector on energy 

demands, 15:1053 (BA;US) 
ELECTROCHEMICAL CORROSION 

Commercial land remote sensing market, 15:2226 (B;US) 
ELECTRODES 

Natural and artificially-initiated lightning and lightning test stan- 
dards, 15:1771 (J;US) 
Survey of experience with generator protection and prospects 

for improvements using digital computers, 15:674 (J;US) 
ELECTROLYTIC CORROSION 

See ELECTROCHEMICAL CORROSION 
ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS 

A general-purpose version of the fast decoupled loadflow, 

15:1 753 (J;US) 
ELECTROMAGNETIC PULSES 

Least-cost planning, 15:3037 (J;US) 
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 

See also MICROWAVE EQUIPMENT 

POWER SUPPLIES 

Market potential of ground-source heat pumps, 15:2688 (RA;US) 
Micro Grid: A needs assessment technique for educational and 

emergency preparedness programs, 15:301 (R;US) 
Rights and rights of nuclear energy, 15:620 (J;US) 
Structural model for the Saudi Arabian economy: a monetary 

approach, 15:1 347 (D;US) 
ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATORS 

State energy policy to enhance coal production, 15:1237 (BA;US) 
EMERGENCY PLANS 

Guidebook for preparing players' handbooks: Addendum, 

15:2962 (R;US) 

Pacific region coal trade, 15:2963 (RA;US) 
Production and management of small-quantity-generator haz- 
ardous waste in Florida, 15:760 (R;US) 
Soviets take fresh look at Western Europe, 15:122 (J;US) 
EMERGENCY PROVISIONS 

See EMERGENCY PLANS 
EMISSION 

On-site storage of low-level radioactive waste at power reactors: 

An international scoping study: Final report, 15:575 (R;US) 
EML 

See ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS LABORATORY 
EMP 

See ELECTROMAGNETIC PULSES 
EMPLOYEES 

See PERSONNEL 
ENERGY 

See a/so GEOTHERMAL ENERGY 
NUCLEAR ENERGY 
SOLAR ENERGY 
Application of monitoring and targeting to energy management, 

15:1 332 (B;GB) 
Economic and security issues of methanol supply, 15:2287 

(BA;US) 

Integrating the development of innovative concepts into corpo- 
rate strategy, 15:1131 (BA;US) 

Modelling public enterprise performance, 1 5:2483 (BA;GB) 
Performance of the public sector energy utilities between 1 968 

and 1978,1 5:2489 (BA;GB) 

Rationale for marginal cost pricing, 1 5:2488 (BA;GB) 
The design and engineering of cross-country hydrogen 

pipelines, 15:1549 (J;GB) 
ENERGY ACCOUNTING 

Choice of heating systems and fuels by households in Finland, 

15:2751 (D;US) 
Coping with uncertainty: some approaches for strategic enerqv 

analysis, 1 5:2477 (BA;GB) 

Evaluating energy and non-energy impacts of energy conserva- 
tion programs: A supply curve framework of analysis, 
1 5:2475 (R;US) 
Islands as trend setters, 15:565 (BA;GB) 



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Economic Impact 



ENERGY ANALYSIS 

See also ENERGY ACCOUNTING 

ENERGY QUALITY 

CBS/ICE program user's guide, 15:349 (R;US) 
Efficient energy use-principal source for meeting the growing 

energy demand, 15:477 (J;US) 
Optimization of a swirl burner for pulverized-wood fuels, 15:159 

(J;US) 

Communities 
Audit of energy research telecommunications data networks, 

15:2472 (R;GB) 
Computer Codes 
Integrated daylighting, heating, and cooling model for atriums, 

15:11 87 (BA;US) 
Computerized Simulation 
Illumination conditions and task visibility in daylit spaces, 

15:2606 (R;US) 
Data Covarlances 
Protocols to guide building energy monitoring projects, 15:2478 

(J;GB) 

Role of energy costs in the CPI-U, 15:2474 (RA;US) 
Developing Countries 
Systems approach to energy in India and its rural region, 

15:2469 (BA;GB) 
Energy Efficiency 
District Heating and Cooling feasibility study, Salt Lake City, 

Utah: Final report, 15:234 (R;GB) 
Energy Models 
Calculation of radon flux attenuation by earthen uranium mill 

tailings covers, 15:2623 (R;US) 
Global Aspects 

Energy audits of urban building complexes: Methodology, ex- 
ample of Turin (Italy), 15:2753 (J;JP;ln Italian) 
India 
Competition in electricity supply: has the Energy Act failed?, 

15:2470 (BA;GB) 
input-Output Analysis 
Calculation of radon flux attenuation by earthen uranium mill 

tailings covers, 15:2623 (R;US) 
Manuals 
Linear programming state estimation: Error analysis and gross 

error identification, 15:350 (J;US) 
Organizational Models 
Audit of energy research telecommunications data networks, 

15:2472 (R;GB) 
Planning 
Audit of energy research telecommunications data networks, 

15:2472 (R;GB) 
Competition in electricity supply: has the Energy Act failed?, 

15:2470 (BA;GB) 
Research Programs 
Risk analysis in energy decision making: theory and practice, 

15:1537 (J;US;ln French) 
Rural Areas 
Competition in electricity supply: has the Energy Act failed?, 

15:2470 (BA;GB) 
Standards 
Techniques of generating on-line data for power system control 

data bases-The GOLD programs, 15:1789 (J;US) 
Urban Areas 
Pre-lease geophysical permitting for the pacific OCS, 15:2493 

(BA;GB) 
Systems approach to energy in India and its rural region, 

15:2469 (BA;GB) 
Urban Populations 
Systems approach to energy in India and its rural region, 

15:2469 (BA;GB) 
ENERGY AUDITS 

Alternatives for monitoring multidwelling energy measures, 

15:1181 (BA;US) 
An energy atlas of five Central American countries, 15:479 

(R;US;ln English, Spanish) 

Development of an analytical tool for determination of optimal in- 
vestment strategies for energy conservation, 15:295 (BA;US) 



Hot water and energy use in apartment buildings, 15:1319 
(BA;US) 

PRISM: a tool for tracking retrofit savings, 15:1792 (J;KW) 

State uses of Exxon and Stripper Well oil overcharge funds: 
Status report No. 4, 15:2754 (R;IT) 

Trajectory approximations for direct energy methods that use 
sustained faults with detailed power system models, 15:1793 
(J;KW) 
ENERGY CONSERVATION 

Auto occupancy monitoring. Final report, January 1987-October 
1987, 15:151 (R;US) 

Characteristics of urban transportation demand: an update. Fi- 
nal report, 1984-1987, 15:635 (R;US) 

Impacts of carpool utilization on the Katy Freeway transrtway 
30-month after evaluation. Interim report, September 1984- 
ApriM988, 15:859 (R;US) 

Institutional constraints on the transfer of agricultural and com- 
plementary resource-conservation technologies appropriate 
for semi-arid Africa, 15:439 (R;US) 

Light-heavy crude differentials, 1988: good news, bad news, 
1 5:498 (J;US) 

Performance management: an aspirin or a long-term cure?, 
15:21 08 (J;US) 

Short-term energy outlook: Quarterly projections, April 1989, 
15:1631 (R;US) 

The hidden link: Energy and economic development: Phase 1 , 
strategic planning: A guidebook for local government, 
15:2180 (R;US) 

Trajectory approximations for direct energy methods that use 
sustained faults with detailed power system models, 15:1793 
(J;KW) 
Airtightness 

Combined sewer overflow: A management study. Technical re- 
port, 15:281 6 (R;US) 
Awards 

Programs in energy conservation: Inventions and Innovation 

Programs, 15:1583 (R;US) 
Bibliographies 

Environmental Sciences Division annual progress report for pe- 
riod ending September 30, 1988, 15:1588 (R;US) 

Planning for an energy-efficient future: The experience witfe im- 
plementing energy conservation programs for new residential 
and commercial buildings: Volume 2, Program descriptions, 
15:11 69 (R;US) 
Calculation Methods 

Hospital complex as a base for district heating, 15:1 182 (BA;US) 
Constraints 

Determinants of measured energy consumption in public hous- 
ing, 15:146 (RA;US) 
Cost Benefit Analysis 

CBS/ICE program user's guide, 15:349 (R;US) 

Energy saving in Japan's industry. Its transition and prospect, 
15:2956 (J;US;ln Japanese) 

Five key aspects to energy efficiency in institutional buildings, 
15:261 2 (BA;US) 

Preventing fraud and abuse in low income weatherization pro- 
grams: The proceedings of the EORI [Economic Opportunity 
Research Institute] Roundtable, 15:464 (R;US) 

Spatial energy analysis: models for strategic decisions in an ur- 
ban and regional context, 15:2476 (B;US) 
Demonstration Programs 

A compendium of energy conservation success stories, 15:602 

(R;US) 
Dictionaries 

An action-oriented, team approach to building energy conserva- 
tion using regression techniques and expert systems, 15:294 
(BA;US) 
Economic Analysis 

Genesee hospital recovers energy investments, 15:722 (BA;US) 

Heat pump promotion in the TVA power service area, 1 5:2609 

(BA;US) 
Economic Impact 

There is still potential for energy conservation in IEA countries, 
1 5:474 (J;US) 



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Economic Impact 



Used oil and its regulation in the United States. Master's thesis, 

15:2781 (R;IT) 

Economics . 

Nuclear programs spur interest in energy conservation, 15:1 960 

(J;US) 

Snubbing saves money safely, 15:2019 (J;US) 
Education 

Optimal energy prices in the oil glut and their impact on the Ital- 
ian economy, 15:746 (J;GB) 
Employment 

Future of the world's automobile industry, 15:1544 (J;GB) 
Energy Analysis 
Improved planning and programming for energy-efficient new 

Army facilities. Final report, 15:1448 (R;US) 
Environmental Effects 
Environmental Regulatory Update Table, May 1989, 15:1824 

(R;US) 

Expert Systems 
Evaluation of the effectiveness of ceiling fans for reducing heating 

requirements in Army facilities. Final report, 15:1449 (R;US) 
Federal Assistance Programs 

Programs in energy conservation: Energy Conversion and Uti- 
lization Technologies, 15:466 (R;US) 
Federal Republic Of Germany 

Future of the world's automobile industry, 15:1544 (J;GB) 
Financial Assistance 
Health physics/radiation protection enrollments and degrees, 

1987, 15:237 (R;US) 
South Carolina Energy Management Finance Authority and third 

party financing: Project overview, 15:236 (R;US) 
Financing 

Guide for the preparation of applications for the University Re- 
search Instrumentation Program, 1989, 15:799 (R;US) 
Reducing regulatory and financial impediments to energy con- 
servation: A project report, 15:2258 (R;US) 
Wood heat displacement: effects on planning and residential 

conservation and marketing programs, 15:2259 (RA;US) 
Forecasting 
MethanoPs contribution to energy security in the USA, 15:2600 

(RA;US) 

Government Policies 

Hood River: the results are in, 15:1964 (J;US) 
Impact of energy prices on Alberta's economic outlook, 15:1546 

(J;US) 
Houses 
C.E.C. initiatives in the development of energy efficient plant 

and processes, 15:1467 (BA;GB) 
Implementation 
Energy efficiency policy and low income households, 15:1463 

(BA;GB) 
Least-cost options? generalizations from the empirical data, 

15:2436 (RA;US) 

MIDAS case studies, 15:2450 (R;US) 
Indexes 

Electric power monthly, August 1988, 15:334 (R;US) 
Industrial Plants 
Energy efficiency policy and low income households, 15:1463 

(BA;GB) 
Information Needs 

Utility needs assessment for industrial data, 15:2365 (RA;US) 
Institutional Factors 

Potential for optimizing public transit service through competi- 
tive contracting. Final report, 15:156 (R;US) 
Intergovernmental Cooperation 

New energy development, 15:2291 (RA;US) 
Legislation 
Gas Research Institute 1988 annual report. Benefits, balance, 

broad industry cooperation, 15:2998 (R;US) 
Radiative heat transfer in particle-laden combustion systems 

15:2952(BA;US) 
Life-Cycle Cost 

Evaluation of employer-distributed transit pass programs in 
Texas. Technical report (Final), 15:1457 (R;US) 



Marketing 

Annual marketing planning: the bridge from the strategic to the 
tactical, 15:2386 (RA;US) 

Direct mail marketing of electric savings time a residential time- 
of-day rate, 15:2427 (RA;US) 

Innovative incentives to reduce externalities in power produc- 
tion, 15:2428 (RA;US) 

Municipal waste-to-energy marketplace to exceed $20 billion 
during next ten years, 15:1959 (J;US) 

Selling energy efficiency to municipalities, 15:2276 (BA;US) 

The impact of the Tax Reform Act of 1 986 on the development of 
cogeneration and alternative energy projects, 1 5:2709 (BA;US) 

Third party financing: a novel method of accelerating energy ef- 
ficiency investments, 15:2277 (BA;US) 

Where are my energy savings, 15:261 1 (BA;US) 
Meetings 

Out of the mechanical room and into the workplace, 15:2275 

(BA;GB) 
National Program Plans 

Quantifying the economic benefits of risk reduction, 15:2160 

(BA;US) 
Netherlands 

C.E.C. initiatives in the development of energy efficient plant 

and processes, 15:1467 (BA;GB) 
Payback Period 

Steel and Aluminum Energy Conservation and Technology 
Competitiveness Act of 1988. US Senate, One Hundredth 
Congress, Second Session, August 2, 1988, Report 1 00-443 , 
15:2951 (B;US) 
Pilot Plants 

Historical perspective on federal regulations for radiation protec- 
tion, 15:884 (BA;US) 
Planning 

Introduction to workshop, 15:2985 (RA;IT) 

Management skills and attitudes of principals toward energy uti- 
lization, 15:1470 (D;US) 

The future of energy, 15:703 (J;US) 

US Army participation in shared energy savings contracting in 

the federal government, 15:883 (BA;US) 
Program Management 

An evaluation of energy conservation programs for new residen- 
tial buildings, 15:1170 (R;US) 

Energy forecasting and analysis system for the US Army Ma- 
teriel Command. Final report, 15:2959 (R;IT) 

Household energy conservation: a review of the federal resi- 
dential conservation service, 15:478 (J;DD) 

Is an energy import reduction policy still fruitful in the new inter- 
national economic framework?, 15:2983 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
Public Information 

California energy flow in 1987, 15:1062 (R;US) 
Research Programs 

Building Thermal Envelope Systems and Materials (BTESM) 
and research utilization/technology transfer progress report 
for DOE Office of Buildings and Community Systems: 
Monthly progress report, 15:1414 (R;US) 

Computer-assisted control for municipal water systems: Phase 
II, Implementation of a computer-assisted energy manage- 
ment program, 15:1949 (R;US) 

Directions in engineering research: an assessment of opportu- 
nities and needs, 15:804 (R;US) 

Energy conservation standards for consumer products: Refrig- 
erators, furnaces, and television sets including Environmental 
Assessment (DOE/EA-0372) Regulatory Impact Analysis: 
Technical support document, 15:286 (R;US) 

Energy management assistance for small and medium-size 
manufacturers: Manufacturers' evaluations of EADCs' ser- 
vices, 1987-1988, 15:857 (R;US) 

Energy survey, study and report of hospitals in Michigan: Ap- 
pendix A: Volume 1, Saint Mary's Hospital Grand Rapids, 
Michigan: Final report, 15:806 (R;US) 

Office of industrial programs research in progress, 1 5:271 (R;US) 

Status of the nation's local mass transportation: performance 
and conditions. Report to the congress, June 1988. Biennial 
report, 1 5:467 (R;US) 



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Technology '88: Annual report, 15:603 (R;US) 
The DOE Industrial Energy Conservation Program: Research 
and development in waste products utilization technology 
15:285 (R;US) 

The National Fuel Gas End-Use Efficiency Field Test: Experi- 
mental plan, 15:272 (R;US) 
Reviews 
EMF 8: Industrial energy demand: Final summary report 

15:863 (R;US) 

Empirical study of the ability of Canadian oil and gas compa- 
nies' reserves disclosures to account for relative changes in 
common stock prices, 15:3009 (D;US) 
Technology Assessment 
California energy flow in 1987, 15:1062 (R;US) 
Rhode Island least cost planning project - a model for statewide 

cooperative DSM program design, 15:2449 (RA;US) 
Technology Transfer 

Energy use in Chinese industry, 15:2945 (RA;US) 
NERGY CONSUMPTION 

See also FUEL CONSUMPTION 
Compiled Data 

Energy statistics 1987, 15:1529 (B;US;ln Finnish) 
Petroleum marketing monthly, June 1989, 15:3066 (R;US) 
Petroleum supply monthly, 15:2632 (R;US) 
Data Analysis 
Compensation of power factor in rectifier systems utilized in oil 

drilling rigs, 15:539 (J;US) 
Data Base Management 
Choice of heating systems and fuels by households in Finland, 

15:2751 (D;US) 
Economic Analysis 
Consuming the world's energy. Part 3. Low- and middle-income 

economies, 15:537 (J;US) 
Energy Audits 

PRISM: a tool for tracking retrofit savings, 15:1792 (J;KW) 
Energy Efficiency 

Role of energy costs in the CPI-U, 15:2474 (RA;US) 
Energy Substitution Equivalent 
Energy Biosciences: Annual report and summaries of FY 1 989 

activities, 1 5:3070 (R;IT) 
Environmental Impacts 

Conceptual basis for a hazardous-waste component of the Army 
Eenvironmental Data Management System (AEDMS). Final 
report, 15:568 (R;US) 
Forecasting 
Economic and security issues of methanol supply, 15:2287 

(BA;US) 

Savings and inter-energy substitutions in the intermediate con- 
sumption of energy in Italy, 15:3069 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
Global Analysis 

The reform of energy planning in China, 15:2771 (RA;US) 
Global Aspects 

A mechanistic model for axisymmetric cavity growth during un- 
derground coal gasification, 15:917 (J;US) 
Australian energy resources: 1987 review, 15:321 (J;GB) 
Consuming the world's energy. Part 3. Low- and middle-income 

economies, 15:537 (J;US) 
Information 

Energy from biomass and wastes XI, 15:2462 (B;US) 
Institutional Factors 

Energy vulnerability and national security. The energy crises, 
domestic policy responses and the logic of Swedish neutrality, 
15:31 2 (B;US) 
Minimization 

Technical review of coal supply contracts, 15:961 (BA;US) 
Monitoring 

The Motor Fuel Consumption model fourteenth periodical re- 
port, 15:1774 (R;US) 
Planning 

The reform of energy planning in China, 1 5:2771 (RA;US) 
Reviews 

1988 GRI baseline projection of US energy supply and demand 
to 2010, 15:1191 (R;KR) 



Seasonal Variations 

World electricity, 15:1049 (B;US) 
Socio-Economic Factors 

DITR annual report, 1987-88, 15:741 (R;US) 
Surveys 

Annual report to Congress 1988, 15:738 (R;US) 
Subway-tunnel energy study. Final report, 1985-1988, 15:630 

(R;US) 
Variations 

DITR annual report, 1987-88, 15:741 (R;US) 
ENERGY CONVERSION 

See also DIRECT ENERGY CONVERSION 

GEOTHERMAL ENERGY CONVERSION 
SOLAR ENERGY CONVERSION 
Analytical Chemistry Division annual progress report for period 

ending December 31, 1988, 15:1914 (R;US) 
Energy Conversion and Storage Program: Applied Science Di- 
vision annual report, FY 1988, 15:1913 (R;US) 
Energy efficiency - the barriers and the opportunities, 15:1459 

(BA;US) 

Performance monitoring protocols, 15:1788 (R;US) 
ENERGY COSTS 

See ENERGY ACCOUNTING 
ENERGY DEMAND 
Data Co variances 

Energy demand in a long-term perspective: possible implica- 
tions of time scheduling, 15:2617 (BA;GB) 
Econometrics 
Approaching long-term uncertainties in energy demand, 

15:261 6 (BA;GB) 
Economic Elasticity 

Application of the translog model of energy substitution to devel- 
oping countries. The case of Korea, 15:303 (J;GB) 
Approaching long-term uncertainties in energy demand, 

15:261 6 (BA;GB) 
Economic Impact 
Used oil and its regulation in the United States. Master's thesis, 

15:2781 (R;IT) 
Energy Models 

Comparative analysis of energy data bases for household resi- 
dential and transportation energy use, 15:737 (R;US) 
Forecasting 

COMMEND: The commercial sector end use data and forecast- 
ing framework, 15:2674 (RA;US) 
Coal-fueled gas turbines, 15:958 (BA;US) 
Detection and identification of topology errors in electric power 

systems, 1 5:985 (J;US) 
End-use forecasting models for the agricultural sector, 15:2672 

(RA;US) 

Experience using commend, 15:2675 (RA;US) 
GRI (Gas Research Institute) baseline projection regional sum- 
mary. Topical report, January 1989, 15:2969 (R;US) 
Household energy handbook: an interim guide and reference 
manual. World Bank technical paper, 1 5:261 4 (R;US;ln French) 
Illinois state buildings energy expense study: FY88 and pro- 
jected FY89-91, 15:2970 (R;US) 
NRC [Nuclear Regulatory Commission] regulatory agenda: 

Quarterly report, January-March 1989, 15:1636 (R;GB) 
New REEPS PC model, 15:2673 (RA;US) 
Performance evaluation of energy-saving measures, 15:531 

(J;US) 
Short-term energy outlook: Quarterly projections, January 1 989, 

1 5:864 (R;US) 
The international fuels report. Supply/price trends and forecasts, 

1988, 15:870(B;US) 
US policies and technology options: Least-Cost Utility Planning, 

1 5:2662 (RA;US) 

United States energy policy, 1980-1988, 15:640 (R;GB) 
Global Aspects 

Energy demand in a long-term perspective: possible implica- 
tions of time scheduling, 15:2617 (BA;GB) 
NRC [Nuclear Regulatory Commission] regulatory agenda: 

Quarterly report, January-March 1989, 15:1636 (R;GB) 
Nuclear Waste Education Project: Final report, 15:2975 (R;IT) 



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Mathematical Models 

Mathematical Models 

Application of the translog model of energy substitution to devel- 
oping countries. The case of Korea, 15:303 (J;GB) 

Approaching long-term uncertainties in energy demand, 

15:261 6 (BA;GB) 
Meetings 

United States energy policy, 1980-1988, 15:640 (R;GB) 

Optimization 

Tenth annual report to Congress on the Automotive Technology 

Development Program, 15:484 (R;GB) 
Program Management 
What do we realty mean by least-cost utility planning?, 15:1683 

(RA;US) 

Recom mendations 
Energy demand - prospects and trends (Per capita), 15:639 

(B;CA) 
Schedules 

Energy services - a win-win situation, 15:2618 (BA;GB) 
Seasonal Variations 
Alternatives for monitoring multidwelling energy measures, 

15:1181 (BA;US) 
Service Sector 
The ANS/ENS international student exchange program, 15:353 

(R;US) 
Time Dependence 

Energy services - a win-win situation, 15:2618 (BA;GB) 
Weather 

Roundtable on prevention of fraud and abuse in low income 
weatherization programs, March 23-24, 1987, Highland Ho- 
tel, Washington, DC, 15:305 (R;GB) 
ENERGY DEPENDENCE 

For explicit dependence of a certain quantity or phenomenon on 

the energy. 

Monthly Energy Review, August 1988, 15:297 (R;US) 
ENERGY DISSIPATION 

See ENERGY LOSSES 
ENERGY EFFICIENCY 

Legacy of traditional planning, 15:1679 (RA;US) 
Commercial Sector 
Energy efficiency - promoting action in the North East, 15:1465 

(BA;GB) 

Common Market 

Development of a European market for contract energy man- 
agement, 15:1461 (BA;GB) 
Efficiency of British urban-bus operation and financing, 15:1468 

(D;GB) 
Constraints 
Development of new energy-saving technologies - the role of 

the European Commission, 15:1460 (BA;GB) 
Coordinated Research Programs 

Third party financing for energy savings. Proceedings of a semi- 
nar held in Luxembourg, & and 9 October 1987, 15:2274 (B;US) 
Data Analysis 
Compensation of power factor in rectifier systems utilized in oil 

drilling rigs, 15:539 (J;US) 
Demonstration Programs 
Developing a local capacity to plan and implement appropriate 

technologies: methodology and constraints, 15:1916 (B;US) 
Development of a European market for contract energy man- 
agement, 15:1461 (BA;GB) 
Economic Analysis 

Minority Transportation Expenditures Allocation Model 
(MITRAM): User documentation for the personal computer 
spreadsheet version, 15:1335 (R;GB) 
Electric Power Industry 
Economic analysis of solar thermal energy systems, 15:1345 

(B;GB) 
Energy Analysis 

Role of energy costs in the CPI-U, 15:2474 (RA;US) 
Energy Management 

Energy efficiency - promoting action in the North East, 15:1465 
(BA;GB) 



Energy Policy 

Strategies for improving energy efficiency and energy manage- 
ment in smaller businesses, 15:1464 (BA;GB) 
European Communities 

International technology transfer: study of selected problems 
encountered by multinational businesses in lesser-developed 
countries, 15:1918 (D;GB) 
Evaluation 

Energy efficiency - the barriers and the opportunities, 15:1459 

(BA;US) 
Financing 

British experience of taxing oil extraction, 15:2495 (BA;GB) 

Canadian experience in third party financing - maturing and in- 
novation, 15:2281 (BA;GB) 

Development of a European market for contract energy man- 
agement, 15:1461 (BA;GB) 

Financing investment in energy efficiency from the manufac- 
turer's point of view, 15:563 (BA;GB) 

First third party contract in Spain, 15:2282 (BA;GB) 

Fluidized bed combustion of rubber tire chips, 15:1957 (BA;GB) 

Island economics and world energy costs, 15:564 (BA;GB) 

New source of finance for investments in energy savings, 
15:562 (BA;GB) 

Out of the mechanical room and into the workplace, 15:2275 
(BA;GB) 

Potential for third party financing in Europe, 15:2278 (BA;GB) 

Role of an ESCO [energy service company], 15:2279 (BA;GB) 

The potential of anaerobic biotechnology for treatment of stil- 
lage in the fuel ethanol industry, 15:1802 (BA;GB) 

Third party financing contract for the municipal buildings in the 
city of Charleroi, 1 5:2283 (BA;GB) 

Third party financing for energy efficiency investments in 
schools in the Rhone-Alpes region, 15:1955 (BA;GB) 

Third party financing from the engineer's point of view in the 
area of small and medium-sized heating and cogeneration 
plants, 15:1 956 (BA;GB) 

US Energy '88: countdown to the next crisis, 15:2284 (RA;GB) 
Global Aspects 

Energy efficiency, 15:81 (J;US) 
Houses 

Strategies for improving energy efficiency and energy manage- 
ment in smaller businesses, 15:1464 (BA;GB) 
Industrial Plants 

Efficiency of British urban-bus operation and financing, 15:1468 

(D;GB) 
Information Dissemination 

Cost effectiveness of future fuel-economy improvements, 

1 5:2598 (RA;US) 
Investment 

Minority Transportation Expenditures Allocation Model 
(MITRAM): User documentation for the personal computer 
spreadsheet version, 15:1335 (R;GB) 
Local Government 

Growth of the concept of energy - a longitudinal study in Scot- 
tish secondary schools, 15:1331 (D;GB) 
Measuring Methods 

Techniques of generating on-line data for power system control 

data bases-The GOLD programs, 15:1789 (J;US) 
Planning 

Growth of the concept of energy - a longitudinal study in Scot- 
tish secondary schools, 15:1331 (D;GB) 
Program Management 

Analysis of four selected state-transportation coordinated efforts 
in social services and rural public transportation. Final report, 
15:1625 (R;US) 
Research Programs 

Development of a European market for contract energy man- 
agement, 15:1461 (BA;GB) 

Efficiency of British urban-bus operation and financing, 15:1468 
(D;GB) 

Energy storage and distribution program summary: Volume 2, 
Research summaries: Fiscal year 1 988, 1 5:2222 (R;US) 



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International technology transfer: study of selected problems 
encountered by multinational businesses in lesser-developed 
countries, 15:1918 (D;QB) 

The transfer and diffusion of new technologies: A review of the 
economics literature, 15:2580 (R;US) 

[Energy projects in the Dominican Republic]: Foreign trip report, 

May 14-26, 1989, 15:2913 (R;US) 
Socio-Ecortomlc Factors 

Strategies for improving energy efficiency and energy manage- 
ment in smaller businesses, 15:1464 (BA;GB) 
United Kingdom 

Development of new energy-saving technologies - the role of 
the European Commission, 15:1460 (BA;GB) 

Economic analysis of solar thermal energy systems, 15:1345 
(B;GB) 

Growth of the concept of energy - a longitudinal study in Scot- 
tish secondary schools, 15:1331 (D;GB) 

Strategies for improving energy efficiency and energy manage- 
ment in smaller businesses, 15:1464 (BA;GB) 
ENERGY EFFICIENCY STANDARDS 

Gas Research Institute 1988 annual report. Benefits, balance, 
broad industry cooperation, 15:2998 (R;US) 

Nebraska public buildings energy program: A comprehensive 
approach to energy conservation in public and institutional 
buildings: Final report, 15:287 (R;US) 

Potential conflicts between oil and gas industry activities and 

commercial fishing, 15:2552 (BA;US) 
ENERGY EXPENSES 

Canadian petroleum industry experienced bleak financial perfor- 
mance in 1986, 15:197 (J;US) 

Coal production steady in 1986 - a major accomplishment, 
15:205 (J;US) 

Evaluating energy and non-energy impacts of energy conserva- 
tion programs: A supply curve framework of analysis, 
15:2475 (R; US) 

For presentation at the Oct. 1987 frontiers of power conference 
Oklahoma State University, 15:2971 (BA;US) 

On the significance of hydrogen for energy policies. An investi- 
gation through systems analysis, 15:1501 (R;US;ln German) 

Outlook for refining in Asian and developing countries, 15:198 
(J;US) 

Political economy of Maghribi oil: Change and development in 
Algeria and Libya, 15:3011 (D;US) 

Regional analysis of the production technology in the US manu- 
facturing industry, 1955-1976, 15:1096 (D;US) 

Rising oil price is worrisome for interest rates in 1 988, 15:16 (J;US) 

Transportation energy. Research report, 15:868 (R;US) 

Turkey operates its first overland conveyor with horizontal 

curves, 15:2023 (J;US) 
ENERGY EXTENSION SERVICE 

New Mexico energy management, 15:1451 (R;US) 
ENERGY INFORMATION ADMINISTRATION 

Comments on the Middle East situation, 15:2175 (RA;US) 

Directory of Energy Information Administration Models, 1988, 
15:7 (R;US) 

Philippines: Asia Pacific energy series: Country report, 15:739 

(R;US) 
ENERGY LOSSES 

See also POWER LOSSES 

PSS tuning at the Virginia Electric and Power Co. Bath County 

pumped storage plant, 15:1747 (J;US) 
ENERGY MANAGEMENT 

Directory of energy efficiency information services for the resi- 
dential and commercial sectors, 15:2597 (R;US) 

Empirical study of the ability of Canadian oil and gas compa- 
nies' reserves disclosures to account for relative changes in 
common stock prices, 15:3009 (D;US) 

Energy efficiency programs in Ontario, 15:1962 (J;US) 

Market assessment of remaining DSM potential among CMP's 
electric space heating customers, 15:2388 (RA;US) 

Monitoring power system stability, 15:2104 (J;US) 

Needed, 15:1963 (J;US) 

Optimization of a swirl burner for pulverized-wood fuels, 15:159 

(J;us) 



Potential for third party financing in Europe, 15:2278 (BA;GB) 

Saving the other energy in homes, 15:1791 (J;US) 

Techno-economic energy model for Ontario, 15:1333 (D;GB) 

The Energy and School Management Seminar and The Energy 
Manager System: Developmental state programs for institu- 
tional conservation: Final report, 1 5:9 (R;US) 

The PC-AEO forecasting model version 89C user's manual, 
1 5:2745 (R;US) 

The US Department of Energy's least-cost utility planning pro- 
gram, 15:1471 (R;US) 

US experience with third party financing [for energy savings], 
1 5:2280 (BA;GB) 

Use of the ASSESS computer program for least-cost utility plan- 
ning, 15:2439 (RA;US) 

Utility residential conservation service program has not worked, 

15:160(J;US) 
ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 

Analysis of simultaneous ground and phase faults on a six 
phase power system, 15:2724 (J;US) 

Application of line loadabilrty concepts to operating studies, 
15:1 008 (J;US) 

Criteria used by Canadian utilities in the planning and operation 
of generating capacity, 15:992 (J;US) 

Effect of transmission line loading on the performance charac- 
teristics of polyphase distance relay elements, 15:679 (J;US) 

Electric power system planning under time-of-use rates, 
15:3040 (J;US) 

Energy and coal supply and demand in Korea: Trends and out- 
look, 15:11 90 (R;GB) 

Extended equal area criterion justifications, generalizations, ap- 
plications, 15:1718(J;US) 

Hydropower planning in Developing Countries, 15:532 (J;US) 

Incorporating a mufti-criteria decision procedure into the com- 
bined dynamic programming/production simulation algorithm 
for generation expansion planning, 15:1734 (J;US) 

Managing to ensure that industrial energy conservation mea- 
sures are effective over the longer term, 15:1462 (BA;GB) 

Optimal long term transmission expansion planning based on 
maximum principle, 15:1011 (J;US) 

Technical review of coal supply contracts, 15:961 (BA;US) 

Texas in transition: dependence on oil and the national econ- 
omy, 15:1814 (J;US) 

The Corsican tapping, 15:1299 (J;US) 
ENERGY MODELS 

Directory of Energy Information Administration model abstracts 
1988, 15:6 (R;US) 

Economic evaluation of energy saving investments, 15:1334 
(BA;CA) 

GRI (Gas Research Institute) baseline projection regional sum- 
mary. Topical report, January 1989, 15:2969 (R;US) 

Illinois state buildings energy expense study: FY88 and pro- 
jected FY89-91, 15:2970 (R;US) 

Oil shocks, demand for oil, and productivity slowdown: an analy- 
sis with the putty-semiputty hypothesis (PSH), 15:1500 (D;US) 

Some important points of argument on global energy, 1 5:2752 
(J;US;ln Japanese) 

The Utility Accounting Package user's manual: Version 1.0, 

15:1786 (R;US) 
ENERGY PERFORMANCE STANDARDS 

See ENERGY EFFICIENCY STANDARDS 
ENERGY POLICY 

AEOD (Office for Analysis and Evaluation of Operational Data): 
1988 annual report, Power reactors, 15:2294 (R;US) 

Beyond the NIMBY [not-in-my-backyard] impasse II: Public par- 
ticipation in an age of distrust, 15:164 (R;US) 

Decline in energy use in the seventies and early eighties, 
15:21 82 (R;US) 

Fuel poverty as an outcome measure: a comparative study of 
energy policies in Norway and the United Kingdom, 15:1343 
(BA;DE) 

Household energy handbook: an interim guide and reference 
manual. World Bank technical paper, 15:261 4 (R;US;ln French) 

Improving public awareness of the importance of coal and clean 
coal technology, 15:1642 (R;US) 



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Like Ancient Mariner, utilities face difficult seas, 15:21 19 (J;US) 

Natural gas monthly, July 1988, 15:172 (R;US) 

New energy development, 15:2285 (RA;US) 

Oil demand and prices in the 1990s, 15:2015 (J;KW) 

The international fuels report. Supply/price trends arid forecasts, 

1988, 15:870 (B;US) 
Turkey operates Hs first overland conveyor with horizontal 

curves, 15:2023 (J;US) 

World and Italian energy situation in 1987, 15:2974 (J;JP;ln Ital- 
ian) 

Correlations 

Mojave-Kern River-El Dorado natural gas pipeline projects, 
Final Environmental Impact Report/Statement. Volume 1 . Mo- 
j'ave, Ei Dorado, El Paso, and Transwestern. Volume 2. Kern 
River. Volume 3. Comparisons and recommendations. Vol- 
ume 4. Maps. Volume 5. Letters and comments. Report for 
April 1985-December 1987, 15:177 (R;US) 
Decision Making 

Implications of frequency control bias settings on interconnected 
system operation and inadvertent energy accounting, 15:1538 
(J;FR) 

Economic Analysis 
Maine Office of Energy Resources 1986-87 distillate price and 

inventory monitoring program: Final report, 15:1482 (R;US) 
Economic Impact 

Oil shocks, demand for oil, and productivity slowdown: an analy- 
sis with the putty-semiputty hypothesis (PSH), 15:1500 (D;US) 
Education 

Optimal energy prices in the oil glut and their impact on the Ital- 
ian economy, 15:746 (J;GB) 
Emergency Plans 
Drilling and production under Title I of the Natural Gas Policy 

Act, 1978-1986, 15:873 (R;US) 
Energy Analysis 
Calculation of radon flux attenuation by earthen uranium mill 

tailings covers, 15:2623 (R;US) 
Energy Consumption 

Energy scenarios, 15:2770 (RA;US) 
Energy Supplies 
Italian Energy Plan (PEN): Energy rationalization, 15:2981 

(J;JP;ln Italian) 
Evaluation 

US Energy policy into 21st century, 15:1980 (J;US) 
Forecasting 

Quarterly oil report: Fourth quarter, 1988, 15:2629 (R;US) 
You and the MSDS (Materials Safety Data Sheets) or what's in it 

for you, 15:880 (BA;US) 
Global Aspects 

China's oil sector, 15:2768 (RA;US) 
Energy scenarios, 15:2770 (RA;US) 
Houses 

Saving megabucks by saving megawatts, 15:1344 (BA;GB) 
Japan 

Italian Energy Plan (PEN): Energy rationalization, 15:2981 

(J;JP;ln Italian) 
Legislation 

United States Department of Energy small and small disadvan- 
taged business subcontracting program report, 15:486 (R;US) 
Mathematical Models 
Model system for strategic metropolitan energy studies, 15:2492 

(BA;GB) 
Meetings 
State and federal roles in energy emergency preparedness, 

15:872 (R;US) 
Norway 

Saving megabucks by saving megawatts, 15:1344 (BA;GB) 
Planning 

Energy policy and the Reagan administration, 15:1979 (J;US) 
Political Aspects 
Summary-US, 15:2292 (RA;US) 
Summation of the conference in Hawaii as viewed from the 

Japanese side, 15:2293 (RA;US) 
Recom mendatlons 
Monthly energy review, March 1989, 15:1981 (R;US) 



Scandinavia 

Hanford cultural resources management plan, 15:2481 (R;NO) 
Socio-Economic Factors 

Economic change and energy markets, 15:2487 (BA;GB) 
Saving megabucks by saving megawatts, 15:1344 (BA;GB) 
Trade 

Hanford cultural resources management plan, 15:2481 (R;NO) 
United Kingdom 

Energy policy issues after privatization, 15:2485 (BA;GB) 
Saving megabucks by saving megawatts, 15:1344 (BA;GB) 
ENERGY POLICY AND CONSERVATION ACT 

Energy consumption and economic evaluation of thermal stor- 
age and recovery systems for a commercial building, 15:1 1 73 
(BA;US) 
Evaluation of the spare-ratio concept in the management of 

transit rolling stock. Final report, 15:1952 (R;US) 
ENERGY QUALITY 

Least-cost planning: profiting from the negawatt revolution, 

15:1 678 (RA;US) 
ENERGY RECOVERY 

British experience of taxing oil extraction, 15:2495 (BA;GB) 
Reducing energy demand with community based systems: A 

national energy policy viewpoint for China, 1 5:2742 (RA;GB) 
ENERGY SECURITY ACT 

Assessment of the effect on the gas industry of the National Ap- 
pliance Energy Conservation Act of 1987. Topical report, 
November 1988, 15:2997 (R;US) 
ENERGY SHORTAGES 

New energy development, 15:2285 (RA;US) 
On the significance of hydrogen for energy policies. An investi- 
gation through systems analysis, 15:1501 (R;US;ln German) 
Performance management: an aspirin or a long-term cure?, 

15:2108(J;US) 

World and Italian energy situation in 1987, 15:2974 (J;JP;ln Ital- 
ian) 

ENERGY SOURCE DEVELOPMENT 
Appropriate Technology 
But the birds will lose their wonder: US policy and technological 

change, 15:1424 (D;US) 
Computer Codes 
FERC shifts nine Northeast gas proposals for fast-track solution, 

15:192(J;US) 
Economic Analysis 

ENEL's (Italian Electricity Board) strategies and programs w'rthin 
the framework of the Italian energy situation, 15:3025 (J;IT;ln 
Italian) 
Monetary management in small oil-based economies: the case 

of Kuwait. (Volumes I and II), 15:1275 (D;US) 
Energy Policy 

Beyond the NIMBY [not-in-my-backyard] impasse II: Public par- 
ticipation in an age of distrust, 15:164 (R;US) 
Summary-US, 15:2292 (RA;US) 
Environmental Impacts 

How would closing nuclear plants affect climate?, 15:2899 (J;lT) 
Issues in electric energy systems: A review of the DOE R and D 

program: [Final report], 15:2344 (R;US) 
Financial Incentives 
Overview of the U.S. Dept. of Energy's Innovative Concepts 

Program, 15: 1133 (BA;US) 
Financing 

Recent court decisions, 15:558 (J;US) 
Forecasting 
Oil-Sector indicators, 1988: US producers still exploring for 

clout, 15:1661 (J;US) 
Investment 

Age of Asia and US-Japan cooperation, 1 5:2290 (RA;US) 
Legislation 

Energy for island, 15:3072 (B;US) 
Personnel 

Environmental assessment for Breeder Reprocessing Engineer- 
ing Test (BRET): Revision 1 , 15:1098 (R;US) 
Planning 
Introduction to workshop, 15:2985 (RA;IT) 



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ENERGY SUPPLIES 
Forecasting 



Program Management 

Is an energy import reduction policy still fruitful in the new inter- 
national economic framework?, 15:2983 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
Research Programs 
Overview of U.S. government programs on electric vehicles, 

15:11 34 (BA;US) 
Social Impact 

OPEC's current $1 8/barrel price policy, 15:1495 (BA;CA) 
Socio-Economic Factors 

Baseline socio-economic profiles of coastal counties in the cen- 
tral California planning area. Final report, 1970-2020, 15:358 
(R;US) 

Baseline socio-economic profiles of coastal counties in the 
southern California planning area. Final report, 1970-2020, 
1 5:359 (R;US) 
Consuming the world's energy. Part 2. Upper middle-income 

economies, 15:360 (J;US) 
Synthetic Fuels Refineries 

Assessment of the effect on the gas industry of the National Ap- 
pliance Energy Conservation Act of 1987. Topical report, 
November 1988, 15:2997 (R;US) 
ENERGY SOURCES 

See also FOSSIL FUELS 

NUCLEAR FUELS 
RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES 
WOOD FUELS 
Philippines: Asia Pacific energy series: Country report, 15:739 

(R;US) 
Three major issues confronting Japan's electric companies, 

15:2343 (RA;US) 
Comparative Evaluations 

Fuel choices beyond the year 2000, 15:1232 (BA;US) 
Econometrics 
Impact of S.300 and S.316 on electricity-intensive industries, 

15:963 (BA;US) 
Energy Models 

Comparative analysis of energy data bases for household resi- 
dential and transportation energy use, 15:737 (R;US) 
Energy Policy 
1980 annual report to Congress: Volume three, Forecasts: 

Summary, 15:2286 (R;US) 
Dynamic voltage control by remote voltage regulation for 

pumped storage plants, 15:546 (J;CN) 
Evaluation 

A statewide, least-cost plan for Rhode Island: Final report on 
the initial work of the Rhode Island least-cost planning com- 
mittee, 1 5:2656 (R;US) 

Empirical study of the ability of Canadian oil and gas compa- 
nies' reserves disclosures to account for relative changes in 
common stock prices, 15:3009 (D;US) 
Forecasting 
The energy conservation technique service center of Jiangsu- 

Nanjing, 15:2746 (RA;US) 
Fuel Substitution 

National Energy Plan (Italy), 15:2984 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
Global Aspects 
Renewable energy supply to rural Mexico, year 2000, 15:1076 

(BA;GB) 

Hazardous Materials 
Energy in West and Central Africa: issues, problems, and donor 

activities. Final report, 15:1972 (R;US) 
Health Hazards 
Energy in West and Central Africa: issues, problems, and donor 

activities. Final report, 15:1972 (R;US) 
Investment 
Domestic uranium mining and milling industry, 1987: Viability 

assessment, 15:551 (R;US) 
Legal Aspects 

Proceedings of the American Mining Congress, 15:1224 (B;GB) 
Market 

15 years since the Oil Shock. How to keep up with the new 
change outlook of energy supply-demand and problems in 
policy, 15:2973 (J;JP;ln Japanese) 



Marketing 

Encouraging the initiation of invention/innovation, 15:1132 

(BA;US) 
Research Programs 

Overview of the U.S. Dept. of Energy's Innovative Concepts 

Program, 15:1 133 (BA;US) 
Trade 

Proceedings of the American Mining Congress, 15:1224 (B;GB) 
ENERGY STORAGE 

See also HEAT STORAGE 

OFF-PEAK ENERGY STORAGE 

Analytical Chemistry Division annual progress report for period 
ending December 31, 1988, 15:1914 (R;US) 

Biomedical and environmental sciences programs at the Oak 
Ridge National Laboratory, 15:1121 (R;US) 

Cogeneration in Europe, 15:1941 (RA;IN) 

Commercial customer acceptance of demand-side management 
programs, 15:1052 (BA;US) 

EPRI operations and maintenance source book: 1987-1989 up- 
date: Strategic program element 24, 15:2223 (R;US) 

Energy Conversion and Storage Program: Applied Science Di- 
vision annual report, FY 1988, 15:1913 (R;US) 
ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS 

1 988 review of the Basic Energy Sciences Program of the De- 
partment of Energy: A report of the Basic Energy Sciences 
Advisory Committee, 15:1408 (R;US) 

COOLGEN: A competitive assessment tool for cogenera- 
tion/absorption systems, 15:2678 (RA;US) 

Peak load reducing technologies marketing study, 15:2416 

(RA;US) 
ENERGY SUPPLIES 

See also FUEL SUPPLIES 
Complied Data 

Petroleum supply monthly, April 1989: Final 1988 statistics in 
summary section, 15:1984 (R;US) 

Petroleum supply monthly, January 1989, 15:1202 (R;US) 

Quarterly coal report, October-December 1988, 15:1985 (R;US) 
Cost 

An introduction to exploration economics, 15:2777 (B;US) 

Electric and gas rates for the residential and commercial sec- 
tors: 1988. Volume 2. Topical report, 15:2776 (R;US) 
Energy Analysis 

Energy saving in Japan's industry. Its transition and prospect, 

15:2956 (J;US;ln Japanese) 
Energy Policy 

1980 annual report to Congress: Volume three, Forecasts: 
Summary, 15:2286 (R;US) 

Summary-US, 15:2292 (RA;US) 
Forecasting 

Annual energy outlook 1989 with projections to 2000, 15:865 
(R;US) 

Energy market and fuel supply/demand monitor, 15:866 (R;US) 

GRI (Gas Research Institute) baseline projection regional sum- 
mary. Topical report, January 1989, 15:2969 (R;US) 

Illinois state buildings energy expense study: FY88 and pro- 
jected FY89-91, 15:2970 (R;US) 

NRC [Nuclear Regulatory Commission] regulatory agenda: 
Quarterly report, January-March 1989, 15:1636 (R;GB) 

New energy development, 15:2285 (RA;US) 

OPEC and lower oil prices: Impacts on production capacity, ex- 
port refining, domestic demand and trade balances, 15:1474 
(R;US) 

Office productivity tools for the information economy: Possible 
effects on electricity consumption: Final report, 15:300 (R;US) 

Petroleum supply monthly, September 1 988, 1 5:298 (R;US) 

System and material specifications for an advanced gas- 
distribution system, Task 1: strengths and weaknesses of 
current distribution system. Topical report, December 1987- 
June 1988, 15:650 (R;US) 

The international fuels report. Supply/price trends and forecasts, 
1988,1 5:870 (B;US) 

The long-term trends in US gas supply and prices: The 1988 
GRI baseline projection of US energy supply and demand to 
2010: Gas Research Insights, 15:1632 (R;US) 



US policies and technology options: Least-Cost Utility Planning, 

1 5:2662 (RA;US) 
Global Aspects 
NRC [Nuclear Regulatory Commission] regulatory agenda: 

Quarterly report, January-March 1989, 15:1636 (R;GB) 
Nuclear Waste Education Project: Final report, 15:2975 (R;IT) 
Information 

Energy from biomass and wastes XI, 15:2462 (B;US) 
Intergovernmental Cooperation 
Impact of the Tax Reform Act of 1986 on district heating and 

cooling systems, 15:1477 (R;US) 
New energy development, 15:2291 (RA;US) 
Market 

15 years since the Oil Shock. How to keep up with the new 
change outlook of energy supply-demand and problems in 
policy, 15:2973 (J;JP;ln Japanese) 
Pricing electric power and services in a dynamic marketplace, 

15:2030(RA;US) 
Procurement 
Project financing issues in the future competitive bid world, 

15:261 9 (BA;US) 
The present situation and future prospects for China's energy 

production and consumption, 15:2620 (BA;US) 
Stability 

Monthly energy review, March 1989, 15:1981 (R;US) 
Vulnerability 
Turkey operates its first overland conveyor with horizontal 

curves, 15:2023 (J;US) 
ENERGY SYSTEMS 

Use only in generic sense; e.g., comparisons of several energy 
systems or theoretical studies when system is not denoted 
specifically. 
See also COOLING SYSTEMS 

ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 
ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS 
HEATING SYSTEMS 
IEUS 

LIGHTING SYSTEMS 
NATURAL GAS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS 
POWER SYSTEMS 
SPACE HVAC SYSTEMS 
TOTAL ENERGY SYSTEMS 
Commercial customer acceptance of demand-side management 

programs, 15:1052 (BA;US) 
Economic evaluation of energy saving investments, 15:1334 

(BA;CA) 
Evaluating energy-efficiency programs: A personal view of 

progress and potential, 15:2221 (R;US) 
Hanford cultural resources management plan, 15:2481 (R;NO) 
International economic restructuring and the regional commu- 
nity, 1 5:749 (B;US) 

Marketing challenges for power electronics, 15:2687 (RA;US) 
The Energy-Related Inventions Program: An assessment of re- 
cent commercial progress, 15:438 (R;US) 
ENERGY TAX ACT 

An economic and environmental comparison of natural gas and 
coal use for large-scale industrial cogeneration, 15:1649 
(BA;US) 
ENERGY TRANSMISSION 

See ENERGY TRANSPORT 
ENERGY TRANSPORT 

Heat pumps in complex heat and power systems: Final report, 

15:1443 (R;NO) 

The US energy situation, 15:2762 (RA;US) 
ENGINEERED SAFETY SYSTEMS 

Rights and rights of nuclear energy, 15:620 (J;US) 
ENGINEERING 

See a/so ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 
HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING 
RESERVOIR ENGINEERING 
SAFETY ENGINEERING 

Atomic energy as an humane endeavor: Retrospective on its 
development, 15:1428 (R;US) 



Building energy conservation research projects being conducted 
at Pacific Northwest Laboratory, 1 988, 1 5:805 (R;US) 

Employment-generating projects for the energy and minerals 

sectors of Honduras, 15:605 (R;US;ln English, Spanish) 
ENGINEERING PERSONNEL 

Petroleum engineering manpower supply, 15:1657 (BA;US) 
ENGINES 

For machines with self-contained energy sources; for machines 
utilizing external energy sources for normal operation see 
MOTORS. 

See also HEAT ENGINES 

Baseline socio-economic profiles of coastal counties in the 
northern California planning area. Final report, 1970-2020, 
1 5:357 (R;US) 
ENGLAND 

See UNITED KINGDOM 
ENHANCED RECOVERY 

Clean Coal Technology Demonstration Program: Annual report 

to Congress (as of December 31, 1988), 15:1208 (R;US) 
ENVELOPE HOUSES 

See DOUBLE ENVELOPE BUILDINGS 
ENVIRONMENT 

ASHRAE, 15:418 (J;US) 

Air and waste management markets in a shrinking world, 
15:1 870 (J;US) 

Asbestos and the insurer as lender, employer, and property 
owner, 15:1 852 (J;US) 

Beauty, health, and permanence: environmental politics in the 
United States, 1955-1985, 15:99 (B;GB) 

Chernobyl: The aftermath: Ghost town serves as stark and bar- 
ren reminder, 15:1566 (J;US) 

Economic evaluation techniques for the environment, 15:103 
(B;US) 

Energy efficiency, 15:81 (J;US) 

Forecasting sales with the personal computer, 15:2184 (B;US) 

H.R. 5442: A bill to provide the Environmental Protection 
Agency and the public with additional information about as- 
bestos products. Introduced in the House of Representatives, 
One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, Octobers, 1988, 
1 5:2837 (B;US) 

Prospect and development of fluidized-bed combustor technol- 
ogy in China, 15:781 (BA;US) 

Revised definition of hazardous waste RCRA waste characteris- 
tic testing changes, 15:2209 (BA;US) 

Stratospheric ozone depletion. Hearings before the Subcommit- 
tee on Natural Resources, Agriculture Research and 
Environment of the Committee on Science, Space, and Tech- 
nology, US House of Representatives, One Hundredth 
Congress, First Session, March 10, 12, 1987, 15:2878 (B;US) 

The PC-AEO forecasting model version 89C user's manual, 
1 5:2745 (R;US) 

Weathering the storms in a warming world, 15:1850 (J;US) 
ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS 

This descriptor is to be used only when the actual effects on the 
environment are discussed. 

Environmental Regulatory Update Table, December 1988, 

1 5:757 (R;US) 
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 

Approaches to risk training: An evaluation of EPA (Environmen- 
tal Protection Agency) risk training materials. Technical report, 
1 5:2808 (R;US) 

Ground-water contamination from waste-management sites: 
Interaction between risk-based engineering design and regu- 
latory policy, 15:2894 (D;CA) 

Review of the Office of Research and Development's proposed 
budget for Fiscal Year 1987. Final report, 15:71 (R;US) 

Review of the Office of Research and Development's proposed 

budget for Fiscal Year 1988. Final report, 15:70 (R;US) 
ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE 

National air-pollutant emission estimates, 1940-1987. Final re- 
port, 1 5:2536 (R;US) 

Waste-allocation simulation models: a state-of-the-art review 
(journal version), 15:769 (R;US) 



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NRC integrated program for the resolution of Unresolved Safety 
Issues A-3, A-4 and A-5 regarding steam generator tube in- 
tegrity: Final report, 15:166(R;US) 

Seismic attenuation models of Asian explosions recorded at 
NORESS,15:120(R;US) 

Yucca Mountain Project bibliography, January-June 1988: An 
update: Civilian Radioactive Waste Management Program, 
15:61 2 (R;US) 
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS 

This descriptor is to be used to describe the possible effects on 
the environment from a proposed project. 

Environmental impacts: computer analysis. January 1970- 
September 1988 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report 
for January 1 970-September 1 988, 15:80 (R;US) 

Environmental law and policy in the People's Republic of China, 
15:1 838 (B;AU) 

Future exploration and production restructuring calls for global 

strategy, 15:658 (J;US) 
ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS LABORATORY 

Enforcement actions: Significant actions resolved: Quarterly 

progress report, April-June 1988. 15:278 (R;US) 
ENVIRONMENTAL PARKS 

See NATURE RESERVES 
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY 

Approaches to risk training: An evaluation of EPA (Environmen- 
tal Protection Agency) risk training materials. Technical report, 
15:2808 (R;US) 

Du Pont's position on CFCs, 15:1859 (J;US) 

Environmental limits to growth in world agriculture, 15:2897 
(D;US) 

Environmental protection and property rights (Supports Mon- 
treal Protocol), 15:1860 (J;US) 

Waste reduction, 15:1869 (J;US) 
Comparative Evaluations 

National Occupational Exposure Survey (NOES). Volume 1. 

Survey manual, 15:393 (R;US) 
Compliance 

Agriculture and water quality. Agriculture Information Bulletin, 
1 5:579 (R;US) 

Availability, adequacy, and comparability of testing procedures 
for the analysis of pollutants established under section 304(H) 
of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act. Report to 
Congress. Final report. 15:1555 (R;US) 

EPA perspective on federal facility agreements, 15:2187 (RA;US) 

Environmental Sciences Division: Environmental regulatory up- 
date table, 15:34(R;US) 

Environmental regulatory update table, March 1989, 15:1350 
(R;US) 

Environmental surveillance data report for the third quarter of 
1988, 1 5:758 (R;US) 

NRC residual radioactivity release criteria, 15:2188 (RA;US) 

Remedial actions and the need to communicate about risks, 
15:21 93 (RA;US) 

Water-quality standards criteria summaries: a compilation of 

State/Federal criteria: phosphorus, 15:1351 (R;US) 
Correlations 

Mojave-Kern River-El Dorado natural gas pipeline projects, 
Final Environmental Impact Report/Statement. Volume 1 . Mo- 
jave, El Dorado, El Paso, and Transwestern. Volume 2. Kern 
River. Volume 3. Comparisons and recommendations. Vol- 
ume 4. Maps. Volume 5. Letters and comments. Report for 
April 1985-December 1987, 15:177 (R;US) 
Implementation 

Relationship between vehicle emissions control program fea- 
tures and vehicle emissions, 15:1388 (D;US) 

Renewable resources in rural America, 15:262 (J;US) 
International Cooperation 

Chernobyl: The aftermath: Ghost town serves as stark and bar- 
ren reminder, 15:1566 (J;US) 

Protecting the ozone, 15:1858 (J;US) 
Legal Aspects 

Keeping the courthouse door open, 15:1 861 (J;US) 

Making regulations sensible, 15:1862 (J;US) 



Co., Inc.: the Eighth Circuit unleashes a CERCLA dragnet on 
corporate officials, 15:1863 (J;US) 
Planning 
Acid rain: what we know, what we did, what we will do, 15:1385 

(J;US) 
Resource document for consideration of the tulalip aquifer as a 

sole source aquifer, 15:596 (R;US) 
Political Aspects 

China's coal industry: Prospects for investment, 15:1 198 (R;US) 
Program Management 

Octane improvement in the 1990's, 15:1252 (B;US) 
Recommendations 
Environmental problematics in developed countries, 15:2898 

(J;US;ln Italian) 
Regulations 
Environmental Regulatory Update Table, July 1989, 15:2513 

(R;US) 

International impacts of global climate change: Testimony to 
House Appropriations Subcommittee on Foreign Operations, 
Export Financing and Related Programs, 15:2514 (R;US) 
National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program annual report 

1987 to the President and Congress, 15:1825 (R;US) 
Risk Assessment 

Needs survey report to Congress, 1988: assessment of needed 
publicly owned waste-water treatment facilities in the United 
States, 1 5:2809 (R;US) 
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 

See US EPA 

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY 
See also AIR QUALITY 

WATER QUALITY 

Cost comparison of alternative policies for sulphur dioxide con- 
trol. The case of the British power plant sector, 15:258 (J;US) 
Environmental trends and conditions in marine and coastal wa- 
ters and the Marine Research Act of 1 988. Hearings before 
the Subcommittee on Environmental Protection of the Com- 
mittee on Environment and Public Works, United States 
Senate, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, S. 2608, 
April 20 and 28, 1988, 15:2880 (B;US) 
Harnessing market forces to protect the environment, 15:1849 

(J;US) 

Regulatory impact analysis: Benefits and costs of proposed Na- 
tional Primary Drinking Water Regulations for inorganic 
chemicals. Phase 2, March 1989, 15:2821 (R;US) 

The consequences of lithium fires in the presence of steam, 

1 5:1 567 (J; US) 
ENVIRONMENTAL TRANSPORT 

See also RUNOFF 

Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). 
Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 
(RCRA). Updated review of selected provisions of state-solid 
waste regulations. Draft report, 15:250 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). 
Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 
(RCRA). Case studies on ground-water and surface-water 
contamination from municipal solid-waste landfills. Draft re- 
port, 15:251 (R;US) 

Report of the Ecological Risk- Assessment Review Subcommit- 
tee: review of the Office of Research and Development's 
ecological risk-assessment program. Final report, 15:62 (R;US) 

River basin projects in Africa, 15:1847 (J;US) 
EPA 

See US EPA 
EPCA 

See ENERGY POLICY AND CONSERVATION ACT 
EPRI 

1987 EPRI survey of geothermal electric utilities, 15:2735 
(RA;US) 

Bringing electrotechnologies to industry, 15:2689 (RA;US) 

Laboratory and field evaluations offish protection systems for use 
at hydroelectric power plants: study update, 15:30 (RA;US) 

Selecting DSM program monitoring and evaluation techniques, 
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Solar energy for utilization in a Georgia rest area (space and do- 
mestic water heating). Final report, 1984-1987, 1 5:2737 (R;US) 
Strategic defense initiative program, 15:2224 (R;US) 
EQUIPMENT 

Use of a more specific term is recommended. 
See also DRILLING EQUIPMENT 

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 
HEAT RECOVERY EQUIPMENT 
LABORATORY EQUIPMENT 
POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT 
SOLAR EQUIPMENT 

THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE EQUIPMENT 
X-RAY EQUIPMENT 
Energy in West and Central Africa: issues, problems, and donor 

activities. Final report, 15:1972 (R;US) 
EQUIPMENT PROTECTION DEVICES 

Magnetic fields from electric power lines theory and comparison 

to measurements, 15:676 (J;US) 
ERGONOMICS 

See HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING 
EROSION 

RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act) inspection 

manual. Final report, 15:2833 (R;US) 
ESKIMOS 

OPEC's current $18/barrel price policy, 15:1495 (BA;CA) 
ESTUARINE ECOSYSTEMS 

See AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS 
ETHANE 

Major new foreign exploration plays during 1983-1987, 15:660 

(B;US) 
ETHANOL FUELS 

Use for pure ethanol, ethanol-water mixtures, or ethanol with 

additives; for ethanol-gasoline mixtures, use GASOHOL 
Alcohol fuels and TVA's biomass research, 15:2170 (J;US) 
Biomass energy industry sourcebook, 15:2654 (R;US) 
Ethanol: a home-grown answer to a host of problems, 15:2172 

(J,US) 

Hydrogen use as a fuel. January 1 970-February 1989 (Citations 
from the NTIS data base). Report for January 1 970-February 
1989, 15:1503 (R;US) 

Kelp to energy utilizing anaerobic digestion, 15:1806 (BA;US) 
Learning from the Brazilian ethanol program, 15:2169 (J;US) 
US-Japan energy policy consultations: Final narrative report, 

15:2173 (R;US) 
ETHANOL PLANTS 

Steam-oxygen gasification of wood in a fluid-bed reactor at at- 
mospheric and elevated pressures for methanol production, 
15:1803 (BA;US) 
ETHNIC GROUPS 

See MINORITY GROUPS 
ETHOCEL 

See CELLULOSE 
ETHYLENE 

Plumbing the earth's depth, 15:191 (J;US) 
EUROPE 

See also WESTERN EUROPE 

A research plan for coal biogasification, 15:2989 (RA;US) 

Arms control in Europe... and now the Conventional Stability 

Talks, 15:3(J;SE) 

Coal classification for fluidized-bed combustion, 15:931 (BA;US) 
Development of and outlook for cogeneration in the United 

States, 15:1942 (RA;US) 

Model contract and guidebook for third party financing in Eu- 
rope, 15:1801 (BA;US) 

Optimizing combined cogeneration and thermal storage sys- 
tems, 15:2941 (J;JP) 

Practical steps for building confidence in Europe, 15:4 (J;US) 
U.S. safeguards history and the evolution of safeguards re- 
search and development, 15:2933 (J;US) 
US - Italian coal water mixture program, 15:1235 (BA;US) 
EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES 

See also COMMON MARKET 



Accelerating discrete energy efficiency investments through 
third party financing, 15:561 (BA;GB) 

Activities in research and demonstrations of FAO/CNRE in the 
field of energy from biomass, 15:1070 (BA;GB) 

Appetite continues to grow, 15:320 (J;GB) 

Energy security to 2000, 15:879 (B;ES) 

Fuel cells in transportation, 15:1581 (RA;US) 

New source of finance for investments in energy savings, 
15:562 (BA;GB) 

Residential market trends and technology developments, 

1 5:662 (BA;GB) 
EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY 

See COMMON MARKET 
EVAPORATIVE COOLING 

Projected cost-effectiveness of alternative residential space 

cooling systems in the Sacramento area, 15:701 (J;US) 
EXCESS COSTS 

Oil and power: an analysis of United States economic interests 
and strategies in the Middle East. Study project, 1 5:1 71 (R;US) 
EXHAUST GASES 

Administration of the Radiation Control for Health and Safety 
Act of 1968, Public Law 90-602, (1987 annual report). Report 
for January-December 1987, 15:248 (R;US) 

Black Hills versus Weinberger: how useful is it for other Air 
Force bases to competitively acquire electricity. Student re- 
port. 15:209(R;US) 

Environmental impact assessment practices in the sub-Saharan 
Africa: cases from Kenya, 15:1389 (D;US) 

Petroleum supply monthly, October 1988, 15:644 (R;NL) 

Relationship between vehicle emissions control program fea- 
tures and vehicle emissions, 15:1388 (D;US) 
EXPERIMENTAL REACTORS 

For engineering testing of reactor components such as : FUEL 
ELEMENTS, COOLING SYSTEMS, etc. 

A first approach to the safety analysis of a tokamak test reactor 

by a system study methodology, 15:1570 (J;US) 
EXPERT SYSTEMS 

A guide to annual marketing planning: Final report, 1 5:665 (R;US) 

A load frequency control algorithm based on a generalized ap- 
proach, 15:1304 (J;US) 

Evaluation of the effectiveness of ceiling fans for reducing heating 
requirements in Army facilities. Final report, 15:1449 (R;US) 

Texas in transition: dependence on oil and the national econ- 
omy, 15:1814 (J;US) 
EXPORTS 

Marx's concept of ground rent, and landowner revenue: relation 
of Marx's concept of ground rent to the historical analysis of 
landowner revenue from the production of petroleum, 15:511 
(D;GB) 
EXTRAHIGH VOLTAGE ALTERNATING CURRENT SYSTEMS 

See EHV AC SYSTEMS 
EXTRAHIGH VOLTAGE DIRECT CURRENT SYSTEMS 

See EHV DC SYSTEMS 



FACILITIES (EDUCATIONAL) 

See EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES 
FACILITIES (MILITARY) 

See MILITARY FACILITIES 
FACILITIES (NUCLEAR) 

See NUCLEAR FACILITIES 
FACILITIES (RESOURCE RECOVERY) 

See RESOURCE RECOVERY FACILITIES 
FACILITIES (TERMINAL) 

See TERMINAL FACILITIES 
FACILITIES (TEST) 

See TEST FACILITIES 
FACILITIES (UNDERWATER) 

See UNDERWATER FACILITIES 
FARADAY GENERATORS 

See MHD GENERATORS 



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FARMS 

New energy markets for agricultural industry (E.E.C. biomass 

conversion R & D), 15:3075 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
Utility planning perspectives, 15:2129 (J;US) 
Water quantity and quality model for the evaluation of water- 
management strategies in the Netherlands: application to the 
province of Friesland, 15:580 (R;US) 
FEDERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS 

Programs in energy conservation, 15:465 (R;US) 
FEDERAL BUILDINGS 

Evaluation of employer-distributed transit pass programs in 

Texas. Technical report (Final), 15:1457 (R;US) 
FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION 

See US FERC 
FEDERAL REGION I 

Prior to June 1982 this concept was indexed to NORTH AT- 
LANTIC REGION. 
See also MAINE 

MASSACHUSETTS 
NEW HAMPSHIRE 
RHODE ISLAND 
Modeling and evaluation of the system reliability effects of Direct 

Load Control, 15:3053 (J;US) 
Polluting incidents in and around US waters: calendar year, 

1984, 1985 and 1986, 15:2543 (R;US) 

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA): hazardous 
wastes. January 1970-February 1989 (Citations from the 
NTIS data base). Report for January 1970-February 1989, 
15:1378 (R;US) 
FEDERAL REGION X 

Prior to June 1982 this concept was indexed to PACIFIC 

NORTHWEST REGION. 
See also ALASKA 
IDAHO 

WASHINGTON 
Hazardous waste management in the Pacific northwest. Final 

report: findings and recommendations, 15:43 (R;US) 
Like Ancient Mariner, utilities face difficult seas, 15:2119 (J;US) 
Proceedings of the 1 987 20th annual frontiers of power confer- 
ence, 15:2938 (B;US) 
Superinsulated homes, 15:1965 (J;US) 
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY 

Guidelines for waste management in Italy issued by the Italian 

regulatory body, 1 5:1 605 (RA;US) 

Interrelated factor demands and the industrial demand for en- 
ergy, 15:483 (D;US) 

Marketing and design of residential energy conservation pro- 
grams for the elderly, 15:149 (R;US) 
Organizational barriers to the performance of least-cost 

planning-related research: Final report, 15:856 (R;US) 
Physical protection philosophy and techniques in Czechoslo- 
vakia, 15:11 48 (J;US) 

State uses of Exxon and Stripper well oil overcharge funds: Sta- 
tus report, 15:549(R;US) 

Uppdrag 2000: developing the future, 15:2381 (RA;US) 
FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT 

See CLEAN WATER ACT 
FEDERATION OF MALAYA 

See MALAYSIA 
FERMILAB TEVATRON 

Research and development of coal combustion technology in 

Japan and its technology transfer, 15:817 (BA;U,S) 
FIBERS 

Review of EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) assess- 
ment of the risks of stratospheric modification. Review of the 
Stratospheric Ozone Subcommittee of the Science Advisory 
Board. Final report, 15:256 (R;US) 
FIELDS (ELECTRIC) 

See ELECTRIC FIELDS 
FIELDS (ELECTROMAGNETIC) 

See ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS 
FIELDS (MAGNETIC) 



FILLING STATIONS 

See GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
FILTERS 

See also ELECTRIC FILTERS 

State energy policy to enhance coal production, 15:1237 (BA;US) 
FILTERS (ELECTRIC) 

See ELECTRIC FILTERS 
FINANCIAL INCENTIVES 

Industrial end-use planning methodology (INDEPTH), 15:2671 

(RA;US) 
Regulatory issues in the electricity supply industry, 15:2627 

(BA;GB) 
FINANCIAL MANAGMENT 

See PROGRAM MANAGEMENT 
FINGERPRINTING (OIL SPILLS) 

See OIL SPILLS 
FINLAND 

Development of Soviet interest in east-west energy cooperation 

in Europe, 1971-1981., 15:1476 (D;FI) 
Experiences with commercial wind turbine design: Volume 1, 

Main report: Final report, 15:1530 (R;FI) 
Gasification of RDF in a pressurized fluidized bed, 15:2465 

(BA;US) 
Some important points of argument on global energy, 15:2752 

(J;US;ln Japanese) 
FIRE PREVENTION 

Environmental Regulatory Update Table, February 1989, 

15:1349 (R;US) 
FIRE STATIONS 

See PUBLIC BUILDINGS 
FIREDAMP 

See METHANE 
FIRES 

Oil export and economic growth in Nigeria, 15:510 (D;US) 
FIREWOOD 

See WOOD FUELS 
FIRST WALL 

Critical safety function guidelines for experimental fusion facili- 
ties, 15:1 569 (J;US) 
Fuel cell commercialization and platinum availability, 15:1571 

(RA;US) 
FISH CULTURE 

See FISHERIES 
FISH HATCHERIES 

See FISHERIES 
FISH LADDERS 

See FISH PASSAGE FACILITIES 
FISH LIFTS 

See FISH PASSAGE FACILITIES 
FISH LOCKS 

See FISH PASSAGE FACILITIES 
FISH PASSAGE FACILITIES 

Comparative assessment of fish protection alternatives for fossil 

and hydroelectric facilities, 15:29 (RA;US) 
FISHERIES 

Prior to August 1981, this concept was indexed to AQUACUL- 

TURE. 

Geophysical survey and commercial fishing conflicts, environ- 
mental studies, and conflict mitigation in the minerals 
management service Pacific OCS Region, 15:2890 (BA;US) 
Information services directory: An Update of 5/87, 15:1818 

(R;US) 
FISHES 

See also ANADROMOUS FISHES 

Opportunities to assist developing countries in the proper use of 
agricultural and industrial chemicals. Report of the Committee 
on Health and Environment. Volume 1. Research pa- 
per(Final), 15:1831 (R;US) 
FISHING INDUSTRY 

The Minerals Management Service bowhead whale monitoring 

program and its applications, 1 5:2555 (BA;US) 
The use of alternative dispute resolution in resolving outer conti- 



FISHWAYS 



HSHWAYS 

See FISH PASSAGE FACILITIES 
FISSILE MATERIALS 

International nuclear cycle fact book: Revision 9, 1 5:1432 (R;US) 
FISSION 

Underground storage: a review, 15:1940 (J;GB) 
FISSIONABLE MATERIALS MANAGEMENT 

See NUCLEAR MATERIALS MANAGEMENT 
FLOOD CONTROL 

Electric power annual, 1987, 15:211 (R;US) 

Fabric filters for the Electric Utility Industry: Volume 1 , General 

concepts, 15:244 (R;US) 
FLORIDA 

Availability improvement by minimizing repeat boiler tube fail- 
ures, 15:717(BA;US) 

Buffer system selection of a steady-state external equivalent 
model for real-time power flow using an automated sensitivity 
analysis procedure, 15:693 (J;US) 

Design, operation, and economics of an anaerobic digestion 
system on a dairy farm in Puerto Rico, 15:1809 (BA;US) 

Development of a radiant heating system model for BLAST, 
15:11 76 (BA;US) 

Development of methods to estimate beryllium exposure. Final 
report, 15:761 (R;US) 

Emergency use of simple inexpensive gasifiers for farms, ma- 
chinery, trucks, and fishing boats, 15:2164 (BA;US) 

Ontario hydro and rural electrification in old Ontario, 1911-1958: 
policies and issues, 15:2101 (D;US) 

Pyrolysis of waste coffee under different gaseous environments, 
15:2156 (BA;US) 

RefCoM, 15:1 808 (BA;US) 

Water resources data for Minnesota, water year 1 986. Volume 
1 . Great Lakes and Souris-Red rainy river basins. Water-data 
report (Annual), 1 October 1 985-30 September 1986, 15:1573 
(R;US) 

FLUE GAS 

Availability trend evaluation, 15:720 (BA;US) 

Characterization and utilization of natural gas in Alaska: Final 
report, 15:1 989 (R;US) 

Cleaning up with biotechnology, 15:259 (J;GB) 

Increasing U.S. coal exports - Fact or fiction, 15:1245 (BA;US) 

Micronized coal, 15:935 (BA;US) 

Priyagni, 15:21 59 (BA;US) 
FLUIDIZED BED BOILERS 

Coal classification for fluidized-bed combustion, 15:931 (BA;US) 

Intelligent load manager (LOADMAN): application of expert- 
system technology to ioad-management problems in power 
generation and distribution systems. Phase 1. Final report, 
December 1987-31 August 1988, 15:664 (R;US) 

Micronized coal, 15:935 (BA;US) 

The coal-water slurry combustion technology and its applica- 
tions to industrial furnaces, 15:926 (BA;US) 

Who owns the gas in coal? - A legal update, 15:932 (BA;US) 
FLUIDIZED BED HEAT EXCHANGERS 

Congeneration and utilities: Status and prospects: Final report, 

15:282 (R;US) 
FLUIDIZED BED REACTORS 

Fluidized bed wood gasification, 15:2166 (BA;US) 
FLUIDIZED BED REFUSE GASIFICATION 

The technology and cost of producing triglyceride liquids from 

microalgae for use as fuels, 15:2466 (BA;US) 
FLUIDIZED-BED COMBUSTION 

Characterization and utilization of natural gas in Alaska: Final 
report, 15: 1989 (R;US) 

Coal classification for fluidized-bed combustion, 15:931 (BA;US) 

Coal-based gas stream cleanup program: Fiscal year 1989 
summary program plan, 15:891 (R;US) 

Experience with combustion in circulating fluidized beds, 15-923 
(BA;US) 

From one crisis to the next. The fate of the oil markets in the 
1990s, 15:1210(J;US) 

Investigations and applications of a pulverized-coal burner with 



Japanese activities on energy storage by superconductivities 
(SMES), 1 5:809 (BA;US) 

Marketing and implementing energy conservation in municipal 
facilities, 15:1958 (BA;US) 

Micronized coal, 15:935 (BA;US) 

NU's energy alliance implementation of integrated demand sup- 
ply planning, 15:714 (BA;US) 

Research into operational problems of low calorie coal combus- 
tion, 15:927 (BA;US) 

Research on characteristics of Hua-yi sulphur dioxide sorbent 
for fluidized-bed combustion, 15:924 (BA;US) 

The coal-water slurry combustion technology and its applica- 
tions to industrial furnaces, 15:926 (BA;US) 

Utility boiler design for low volatile coals, 1 5:929 (BA;US) 

Who owns the gas in coal? - A legal update, 15:932 (BA;US) 
FLUIDIZED-BED COMBUSTORS 

A new steam engine cogeneration system using forest and agri- 
cultural residues, 15:1945 (BA;US) 

Organizational barriers to the performance of least-cost 
planning-related research: Final report, 15:856 (R;US) 

Ozone carcinogenesis in vitro and its co-carcinogenesis with ra- 
diation, 15:782 (BA;US) 

Research on characteristics of Hua-yi sulphur dioxide sorbent 

for fluidized-bed combustion, 15:924 (BA;US) 
FLY ASH 

Report of the National Workshop on Instream Biological Moni- 
toring and Criteria held in Lincolnwood, Illinois on December 
2-4, 1987, 15:368 (R; US) 
FOOD 

Habitat requirements for Chesapeake Bay living resources. 
Chesapeake Bay Program Agreement Commitment Report, 
15:2905 (R;US) 

Managing natural resources for sustainable development. Spe- 
cial report, 15:594 (R;US) 

Mojave-Kem River-El Dorado natural gas pipeline projects, 
Final Environmental Impact Report/Statement. Volume 1. Mo- 
jave, El Dorado, El Paso, and Transwestern. Volume 2. Kern 
River. Volume 3. Comparisons and recommendations. Vol- 
ume 4. Maps. Volume 5. Letters and comments. Report for 
April 1985-December 1987, 15:177 (R;US) 

Pesticides in ground-water data base: 1988 interim report, 

15:2545 (R;US) 
FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION 

See US FDA 
FOOD CHAINS 

Toxic chemicals, health, and the environment, 15:100 (B;US) 
FOOD INDUSTRY 

See also DAIRY INDUSTRY 

Potential impacts of climate change on electric utilities: Final re- 
port, 15:1281 (R;US) 
FOODSTUFFS 

See FOOD 
FORECASTING 

A closed-loop quasi-optimal dynamic braking resistor and shunt 

reactor control strategy for transient stability, 15:521 (J;US) 
FORESTRY 

Characterization of Non-RCRA (Resource Recovery and Con- 
servation Act) special waste. Final report, 15:1376 (R;US) 
FORESTS 

Development of radiation protection standards at EPA, 15:785 
(BA;US) 

Model contract and guidebook for third party financing in Eu- 
rope, 15:1801 (BA;US) 

Polluting incidents in and around US waters: calendar year, 
1984, 1985 and 1986, 15:2543 (R;US) 

Progress in siting a new low-level radioactive waste disposal fa- 
cility in Illinois, 15:2214 (BA;US) 

Secondary lead production in Malaysia, 15:1577 (J;US) 

Technology transfer at the Solar Energy Research Institute, 
15:2145 (BA;US) 

Water quality modeling of reservoir system operations using 

HEC-5,1 5:243 (R;US) 
FORMOSA 



FOSSIL FUEL RESERVES 

See FOSSIL FUELS 

RESERVES 
FOSSIL FUELS 
See also COAL 

NATURAL GAS 
OIL SANDS 
OIL SHALES 
PEAT 

PETROLEUM 
SHALE OIL 
Biomedical and environmental sciences programs at the Oak 

Ridge National Laboratory, 15:1121 (R;US) 
Economics of ethanol production in the United States, 15:2653 

(R;US) 
Electric-utility demand-side programs: Resources for the 1 990s, 

15:1 668 (R;US) 
Heat engines program: Fiscal year 1989 summary program 

plan, 15:889 (R;US) 

Kelp to energy utilizing anaerobic digestion, 15:1806 (BA;US) 
Leveraging coal exports with technology, 15:1267 (BA;US) 
Major new foreign exploration plays during 1983-1987, 15:660 

(B;US) 

New achievements of science and technology of coal combus- 
tion in China, 15:928 (BA;US) 

PEPCO'S approach to implementing a demand side manage- 
ment program, 15:1054 (BA;US) 

Report to the Congress on expansion of the Strategic Petroleum 
Reserve in one billion barrels: Submitted in response to the 
conference report accompanying the Department of the Inte- 
rior and Related Agencies Appropriations Act for fiscal year 
1989 (H.R. Report No. 100-862), 15:1488 (R;US) 
Technical review of coal supply contracts, 15:961 (BA;US) 
The future of energy, 15:703 (J;US) 

The value of marginal analysis in electric power system opera- 
tions, 15:2028 (R;GB) 
FOSSIL-FUEL POWER PLANTS 
Acid Rain 

Asbestos problem resolution, 15:583 (R;US) 
Status of US EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) 

sludge-incinerator regulations, 15:586 (R;US) 
Air Pollution Abatement 

Electric-power load management. January 1982-November 
1988 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report for January 
1982-November 1988, 15:672 (R;US) 
Air Pollution Control 

Cleaning up with biotechnology, 15:259 (J;GB) 
Boilers 

110-MW CFBC at Coloradc-UTE Nucla plant, 15:713 (BA;US) 
Combined-Cycle Power Plants 

Private-sector power generation in Thailand: potential, impedi- 
ments, and policy issues. Final report, 15:516 (R;US) 
Comparative Evaluations 
Role of IAEA [International Atomic Energy Agency] safeguards 

in confidence building, 15:2927 (R-;US) 
Cost 
Privatisation of the electricity supply industry. Asset valuation, 

rates of return and electricity pricing, 15:1706 (B;US) 
Economics 

Electric and gas rates for the residential and commercial sec- 
tors: 1988. Volume 1. Topical report, September 1988-March 
1989, 15:2775 (R;US) 
Electrostatic Precipftators 
Feasibility of Iceland/United Kingdom HVDC submarine cable 

link, 1 5:3028 (J;GB) 
Environmental Effects 

Energy problems of the 21st century, 15:2018 (J;US) 
Fifth annual international Pittsburgh Coal Conference, Septem- 
ber 1988, 15:1233 (BA;US) 

Fuel choices beyond the year 2000, 15:1230 (BA;US) 
Environmental Impacts 

Characterization and utilization of natural gas in Alaska: Final 
report, 15: 1989 (R;US) 



Disposing of the US chemical weapons stockpile. An approach- 
ing reality, 15:2900 (J;US) 

Evaluation of energy information administration form EIA-23 an- 
nual survey of domestic oil and gas reserves: Report years 
1978-1979, 15:2303 (R;US) 

From one crisis to the next. The fate of the oil markets in the 
1990s, 15:1210(J;US) 

Future directions in radiation protection in nuclear power plants, 
1 5:429 (BA;US) 

Gasoline marketing, 1 5:2994 (R;US) 

Increasing U.S. coal exports - Fact or fiction, 15:1245 (BA;US) 

Sustainability of fossil fuels and alternative energies for Turkey, 

1 5:2027 (J;US) 
Environmental Policy 

Oil revenues and economic policy in Cameroon, 15:965 (B;US) 

Statement of Robert C. Byrd before the subcommittee on Envi- 
ronmental Protection, 15:964 (BA;US) 
Fabric Filters 

A hierarchy of dynamic plume models incorporating uncertainty: 

Final report, Volume 1 : Overview, 15:245 (R;US) 
Fly Ash 

Report of the National Workshop on Instream Biological Moni- 
toring and Criteria held in Lincolnwood, Illinois on December 
2-4, 1987, 15:368(R;US) 
Fuel Substitution 

Key elements of legislative and regulatory framework for using 
energy conservation to reduce acid rain compliance costs, 
15:2374 (RA;US) 
Fuels 

Electric power monthly, May 1989, 15:2660 (R;US) 
Operation 

Costs and benefits of demand-side management options for the 
Baltimore Gas and Electric Company. Volume 1 . Technical re- 
port. Volume 2. Appendices, 15:974 (R;US) 

Electricity in Canada, 15:339 (J;US) 

Measuring relative market power in the Western U.S. coal mar- 
ket using Shapley values, 15:2024 (J;US) 
Optimization 

California Air Resources Board, 15:1879 (J;US) 
Outages 

DOE's least cost utility program, 15:718 (BA;US) 
Plumes 

Trade instructional materials for SARA/OSHA training: Volume 

1 : General site worker training, 15:246 (R;US) 
Refuse-Fueled Boilers 

District heating manual, 15:2939 (B;US;ln Italian) 
Steam Generators 

Energy consumption and economic evaluation of thermal stor- 
age and recovery systems for a commercial building, 15:1173 
(BA;US) 
Technology Transfer 

Technology transfer, 15:818 (J;US) 
Waste Management 

Managing low-volume wastes. From fossil fuel fired power 

plants, 15:91 (J;US) 
FRANCE 

Economic and security issues of methanol supply, 15:2728 
(RA;FR) 

Farm losses resulting from electric service interruptions, 
1 5:2128 (J;US) 

Gorbachev's arms policy rooted in past, 15:125 (J;US) 

Guidelines for waste management in Italy issued by the Italian 
regulatory body, 15:1605 (RA;US) 

Marketing and design of residential energy conservation pro- 
grams for the elderly, 15:149 (R;US) 

Missile accuracy - an arms-control opportunity, 15:138 (J;US) 

Operational losses savings attributable to load management, 
15:1740 (J;US) 

Physical protection philosophy and techniques in Spain, 
15:11 46 (J;US) 

Promotion of solar energy in Taiwan, 15:1074 (BA;US) 

Strategy and progress in the treatment of LILW in Italy, 15:1602 
(RA;US) 



EAPA Vol. 1 5, Annual Index 1 21 



FRANCE 



Unfolding of the nuclear age: a psychohistorical investigation 
into the Hves often men, 15:458 (D;US) 

FRAUD 

1987 annual report on low-level radioactive waste management 
progress: Report to Congress in response to Public Law 99- 
240, 1 5:306 (R;US) 
FREIGHT 

See CARGO 
FREONS 

Compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1 969 
and authorization of appropriations for the Office of Environ- 
mental Quality. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 
Hazardous Wastes and Toxic Substances of the Committee 
on Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, 
One Hundredth Congress, First and Second Sessions on S. 
1 584 and S, 15:2879 (B;US) 

Du Pont's position on CFCs, 15:1859 (J;US) 

EPA proposes PCB tracking system, 15:1893 (J;US) 

EPA to cut US CFC production to protect ozone in stratosphere, 
15:92 (J;US) 

Environmental protection and property rights (Supports Mon- 
treal Protocol), 15:1860 (J;US) 

Groundwater-related programs of the USGS and the EPA. Hear- 
ings before the Subcommittee on Water and Power of the 
Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States 
Senate, One Hundredth Congress, First Session, June 5 and 
18, 1987, 15:2882 (B;US) 

H.R. 5211: A Bill to amend the Clean Air Act to provide further 
controls of certain stationary sources of sulfur dioxides and ni- 
trogen oxides to reduce acid deposition, to provide for the 
commercialization of clean coal technologies for existing sta- 
tionary sources, and for other purposes. Introduced in the 
House of Representatives, One Hundredth Con, 15:2845 
(B;US) 

Improving health-related risk assessments (Meetings on chlo- 
rofluorocarbons), 15:419 (J;US) 

Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, 
15:27(R;US) 

PCB Control Act of 1988. Hearing before the Subcommittee on 
Hazardous Wastes and Toxic Substances of the Committee 
on Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, 
One Hundredth Congress, Second Session on S. 2693, Au- 
gust 11, 1988, 15:2862 (B;US) 
FRESH WATER 

Review of EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) water- 
quality-based approach research program, 15:69 (R;US) 
FRESH WATER ECOSYSTEMS 

See AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS 
FUEL CELLS 

See also ACID ELECTROLYTE FUEL CELLS 
ALCOHOL FUEL CELLS 
ALKALINE ELECTROLYTE FUEL CELLS 
HIGH-TEMPERATURE FUEL CELLS 
HYDROCARBON FUEL CELLS 
HYDROGEN FUEL CELLS 
SOLID ELECTROLYTE FUEL CELLS 

Characterization and utilization of natural gas in Alaska: Final 
report, 15:1 989 (R;US) 

Development of techniques for the use of trees in the reclama- 
tion of phosphate lands. Final report, 15:1572 (R;US) 

Fuel cell research in Europe, 15:1580 (RA;US) 

Fuel cells in transportation, 15:1581 (RA;US) 

MHD [magnetohydrodynamics] Program Plan, FY 1989, 

15:1586 (R;US) 
FUEL CONSUMPTION 

ARIMA forecasting techniques: Energy consumption in Italy 
time series, 15:3068 (J;US;ln Italian) 

Characteristics of urban transportation demand: an update. Fi- 
nal report, 1984-1987, 15:635 (R;US) 

Consuming the world's energy: high-income oil exporters, and 
overview. Part 4 of 4, 15:536 (J;US) 

Development of Soviet interest in east-west energy cooperation 



Experiences with commercial wind turbine design: Volume 1, 
Main report: Final report, 15:1530 (R;FI) 

Methanol's contribution to energy security in the USA, 15:2600 
(RA;US) 

Pricing electric power and services in a dynamic marketplace 
15:2030 (RA;US) 

The sum of megabytes equals gigawatts: Energy consumption 
and efficiency of office PC's and related equipment, 15:1775 
(R;US) 

Trends in motor-vehicle emission and fuel-consumption regula- 
tions - 1988 update, 15:42 (R;US) 
FUEL ECONOMY 

Energy-conservation potential: a review of eight studies, 

15:2599 (RA;US) 
FUEL FABRICATION PLANTS 

Overview of the site safeguards and security planning process, 
15:2296 (R;US) 

Regulation requirements, 15:310 (J;US) 
FUEL GAS 

See also LOW BTU GAS 
NATURAL GAS 

Dynamic voltage control by remote voltage regulation for 

pumped storage plants, 15:546 (J;CN) 
FUEL OILS 

See also HEATING OILS 

Energy interdependence: global issues and options, 15:176 
(RA;US) 

Spot or contract prices for natural gas: lessons from other in- 
dustries, 15:199 (J; US) 

Transportation energy. Research report, 15:868 (R;US) 
FUEL REPROCESSING PLANTS 

See also WEST VALLEY PROCESSING PLANT 

Quarterly report on program cost and schedule: Fourth quarter 

FY 1988, 15:1 099 (R;US) 
FUEL SUBSTITUTION 

2025: soft energy futures for Canada - 1988 update, 15:638 
(B;GB) 

Air conditioner model study using Athens load control experi- 
ment data, 1 5:1505 (R;US) 

Cost of making methanol available to a national market, 
15:2731 (RA;US) 

Household energy handbook: an interim guide and reference 
manual. World Bank technical paper, 15:2614 (R;US;ln French) 

How to succeed in the energy market?. A report from a prelimi- 
nary project, 15:2480 (R;US;ln Norwegian) 

Hydrogen use as a fuel. January 1 970-February 1989 (Citations 
from the NTIS data base). Report for January 1 970-February 
1989, 15:1503 (R;US) 

Learning from the Brazilian ethanol program, 15:2169 (J;US) 

Market-based transit-facility design. Final report, 15:2601 (R;US) 

Tax Reform Act of 1986 - Check list of provision affecting energy 
equipment and systems, 15:748 (BA;IT) 

Trash to energy: a burning issue, 15:2732 (RA;US) 

Weather, the estimation of residential energy demand relation- 
ships and the reporting of data, 15:304 (J;GB) 
FUEL SUPPLIES 

Alternative-fuels market development: Elements of a transition 
strategy, 15:2730 (RA;US) 

Designing auctions for the purchase of electric power by utilities 
under PURPA, 15:217 (RA;US) 

Finland's energy economy in 1988, 15:1475 (J;US;ln Finnish) 

Fuel management and financial results, 15:214 (RA;US) 

Heat from smoke, 15:2017 (J;GB) 

Market-based transit-facility design. Final report, 15:2601 (R;US) 

Strategic fuel planning at San Diego Gas and Electric Company, 
15:216(RA;US) 

Strategic planning atTVA, 15:215 (RA;US) 

Timing of methanol supply and demand: implications for alter- 
native transportation fuel policies, 15:2729 (RA;US) 
FUELS 

See also AUTOMOTIVE FUELS 
FOSSIL FUELS 
GAS FUELS 



GAS-INSULATED SUBSTATIONS 



LIQUID FUELS 
NUCLEAR FUELS 
REFUSE DERIVED FUELS 
SYNTHETIC FUELS 
THERMONUCLEAR FUELS 
WOOD FUELS 

A generic study of the sintering aspects of biomass in a fluid- 
bed gasifier, 15:2165 (BA;US) 
Electric power monthly, May 1989, 15:2660 (R;US) 
Fossil energy review, 15:1487 (R;US) 
Modeling and evaluation of the system reliability effects of Direct 

Load Control, 15:3053 (J;US) 
Oil and gas policy and prospects to 2005 - Norway, 15:491 

(RA;US) 
Some important points of argument on global energy, 15:2752 

(J;US;ln Japanese) 

US-Oapan energy policy consultations, 15:871 (R;US) 
Water quality criteria for hexahydro-1,3,5-trinitro-1,3,5-triazine 

(RDX), 15:2212 (J;US) 
FUELS (NUCLEAR) 

See NUCLEAR FUELS 
FUELWOOD 

See WOOD FUELS 
FULL-SERVE STATIONS 

See GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
FURANS 

National Screening Survey of Hazardous-Waste Treatment, Stor- 
age, Disposal, and Recycling Facilities, 1986, 15:390 (R;US) 
FURNACE OIL 

See HEATING OILS 
FURNACES 

See also GAS FURNACES 

WOOD BURNING FURNACES 

Pilot test of the crushed-rock storage furnace: Volume 2, Ap- 
pendixes: Final report, 15:667 (R;US) 
FUSION ENERGY 

See THERMONUCLEAR REACTORS 
FUSION FUELS 

See THERMONUCLEAR FUELS 
FUSION REACTORS 

See THERMONUCLEAR REACTORS 



GALVANIC CORROSION 

See ELECTROCHEMICAL CORROSION 
GAS ANALYSIS 

Energy and technology review, 15:607 (R;US) 
GAS APPLIANCES 

Gas Research Institute 1988 annual report. Benefits, balance, 
broad industry cooperation, 15:2998 (R;US) 

Mobile home weatherization research project: Final summary 
report, 15:2950 (R;US) 

Reducing US import oil dependence by one billion gallons of 
diesel fuel per year, 15:185 (R;US) 

Senegal River Basin development program: a retrospective as- 
sessment, 15:2561 (RA;US) 
GAS COMPRESSORS 

Modular small-scale cogenerators, 15:2590 (J;US) 
GAS COOLANTS 

See GASES 
GAS COOLING 

Innovative design and management make small fields viable, 
15:653 (J;US) 

Prospects for mini cogeneration systems, 15:625 (BA;US) 
GAS FIELDS 

See N ATU RAL GAS Fl ELDS 
GAS FUELS 

See a/so FUEL GAS 

Black locust, 15:1996 (BA;US) 

Outlook for natural gas in the industrial sector (Executive Sum- 



GAS FURNACES 

Analysis of energy usage data for water heaters under load con- 
trol, 15:1088 (BA;US) 

Evolution of the Wisconsin integrated least cost planning 
method, 15:2418 (RA;US) 

Real-time optimal power flow in automatic generation control, 

15:1 007 (J;US) 
GAS GENERATORS 

A generic study of the sintering aspects of biomass in a fluid- 
bed gasifier, 15:2165 (BA;US) 

Solar energy utilization through building design: a study in the 

experimental building minilab, 15:1779 (R;US) 
GAS HEAT PUMPS 

Analysis of energy usage data for water heaters under load con- 
trol, 15:1 088 (BA;US) 
GAS STATIONS 

See GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
GAS TURBINE ENGINES 

Economic growth and innovative enterpreneurship in rural de- 
velopment: issues in rural energy, 15:362 (J;US) 
GAS TURBINE POWER PLANTS 

Dynamic and inherent benefits of energy storage, 15:1051 

(BA;US) 
GAS TURBINES 

See also COAL-FIRED GAS TURBINES 

Algorithms for a spot price responding residential load con- 
troller, 15:21 33 (J;US) 

Characterization and utilization of natural gas in Alaska: Final 
report, 15:1989 (R;US) 

District heating manual, 15:2939 (B;US;ln Italian) 

Efficient and competitive rationing. Technical report, 15:352 
(R;US) 

Long-range outlook of the world energy market. Centering the 
oil market, 15:2972 (J;US;ln Japanese) 

Modular small-scale cogenerators, 15:2590 (J;US) 
GAS UTILITIES 

An introduction to exploration economics, 15:2777 (B;US) 

Cogeneration energy services, 15:847 (BA;US) 

Electric and gas rates for the residential and commercial sec- 
tors: 1988. Volume 2. Topical report, 15:2776 (R;US) 

Existing and planned cogeneration capacity, 15:948 (BA;US) 

FPL Group - a case study of diversification, 15:1698 (RA;US) 

Financial highlights: Annual report 1987, 15:226 (R;US) 

Forecasting and validating participation rates overtime, 15:1684 
(RA;US) 

Gas utilities and cogeneration, 15:946 (BA;US) 

Market assessment for future technologies, 15:1688 (RA;US) 

Marketing equipment at the leading edge of technology, 15:947 
(BA;US) 

Nuclear materials management and safeguards system 
(NMMSS), 15:849 (J;US) 

Oil and power: an analysis of United States economic interests 
and strategies in the Middle East. Study project, 15:171 (R;US) 

Perspectives for energy diversification in Mexico, 15:1978 
(BA;GB) 

Planning for electric utilities; the value of service, 15:1690 
(RA;US) 

Public utilities regulatory policy act, 15:848 (BA;US) 

Risk analysis and optional investment in the electricity supply in- 
dustry, 15:2490 (BA;GB) 

What do we really mean by least-cost utility planning?, 15:1683 

(RA;US) 
GAS WELLS 

See NATURAL GAS WELLS 
GAS-INSULATED SUBSTATIONS 

An experimental evaluation of a thermal line uprating by con- 
ductor temperature and weather monitoring, 15:1022 (J;US) 

Long-term audible noise and radio noise performance from an 
operating 400-kV transmission line, 15:1019 (J;US) 



GAS-INSULATED TRANSFORMERS 



GAS-INSULATED TRANSFORMERS 

Five years experience with a new method of field testing cross 
and quadrature polarized MHO distance relays. Part 2, 
15:1037 (J;US) 
GASES 

See also AIR 

COMPRESSED GASES 
EXHAUST GASES 
FUEL GAS 
VAPORS 

Examination of the importance of decision-choice criteria in the 
industrial purchase of occupational health programs, 15:1106 
(D;US) 
GASOHOL 

Previous to August, 1979 this concept was indexed as gasoline 

AND mixtures AND ethanol or methanol. 
Black Hills versus Weinberger: how useful is it for other Air 
Force bases to competitively acquire electricity. Student re- 
port, 15:209 (R;US) 
Ethanol: a home-grown answer to a host of problems, 15:2172 

(J;US) 

Learning from the Brazilian ethanol program, 15:2169 (J;US) 
US-Japan energy policy consultations: Final narrative report, 

15:21 73 (R;US) 
GASOLINE 

See also UNLEADED GASOLINE 
Antiknock Ratings 

The U.S.-Canada Free Trade Agreement, 15:1253 (BA;US) 
Automobiles 

Preparing Europe for 1992, 15:319 (J;GB) 
Charges 
Audit of the use of annual appropriations to fund contracts, 

15:2755 (R;US) 
Profiles of foreign direct investment in US energy, 1987, 15:550 

(R;US) 

Chemical Composition 
Biofuels and municipal waste technology a national perspective, 

15:1 995 (BA;US) 
Consumption Rates 
What did 1988 teach US downstreamers? Long-term = 6 

months, 15:201 2 (J;US) 
Demand 

Gasoline consumption and the stock of motor vehicles. An em- 
pirical analysis for the Swiss economy, 15:318 (J;GB) 
Energy Shortages 

A generic study of the sintering aspects of biomass in a fluid- 
bed gasifier, 15:2165 (BA;US) 
Expenditures 

Seniors Weatherization and Training (SWAT): Partnerships In 
Low Income Residential Retrofit: Model implementation pro- 
gram: Final report, 15:1336 (R;US) 
Fuel Consumption 

Preparing Europe for 1992, 15:319 (J;GB) 
inventories 
Alaska disaster's instant market response: petro-politicians 

challenged, 15:2008 (J;US) 
Market 

Strategic Petroleum Reserves, 15:2995 (R;US) 
Marketing 

Soviet oil, 1 5:3004 (B;US) 
Pollution Regulations 

Steps for quality control, field implementation, 15:2006 (J;US) 
Prices 
Alaska disaster's instant market response: petro-politicians 

challenged, 15:2008 (J;US) 

Colombian exploration proceeding at swift pace, 15:502 (J;US) 
OPEC's November agreement and the future of the oil market, 

15:2013 (J;US) 

Real-time refinery optimization, 1 5:2009 (J;US) 
What did 1988 teach US downstreamers? Long-term 6 

months, 15:2012 (J;US) 
Safety Standards 



and Hazardous Wastes and Toxic Substances of the Commit- 
tee on Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, 
One Hundredth Congress, Second Session on S. 20, S. 
1105, and H.R. 791, February 23, March 24, and May 17, 
1988, 15:2888 (B;US) 
Saudi Arabia 

Gasoline consumption and the stock of motor vehicles. An em- 
pirical analysis for the Swiss economy, 15:318 (J;GB) 
Switzerland 

Preparing Europe for 1992, 15:319 (J;GB) 
Synthesis 
Cloud effects on distributed photovoltaic generation, 15:2467 

(J;US) 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

Soviet oil, 15:3004 (B;US) 
GENERATING CAPACITY 

See CAPACITY 
GENERATORS (ELECTRIC) 

See ELECTRIC GENERATORS 
GENETIC ENGINEERING 

Another reading of NAS gene report, 15:90 (J;US) 
Determination of the effectiveness and proper funding level of 

safety programs, 15:2206 (RA;US) 
GEOPHYSICAL SURVEYS 

The use of alternative dispute resolution in resolving outer conti- 
nental shelf disputes, 15:2891 (BA;US) 
GEOTHERMAL ENERGY 

Energy storage and distribution program summary: Volume 1 : 

Overview, fiscal year 1988, 15:1407 (R;US) 
GEOTHERMAL ENERGY CONVERSION 

1987 EPRI survey of geothermal electric utilities, 15:2735 

<RA;US) 
EPRI [Electric Power Research Institute] geothermal program, 

15:2734 (RA;US) 
Energy for island, 15:3072 (B;US) 
GEOTHERMAL FLUIDS 

Solar energy for utilization in a Georgia rest area (space and do- 
mestic water heating). Final report, 1984-1987, 1 5:2737 (R;US) 
GEOTHERMAL POWER PLANTS 

EPRI [Electric Power Research Institute] wellhead power sys- 
tem projects, 15:2736 (RA;US) 
Economic evaluation techniques for the environment, 15*103 

(B;US) 

Energy consumption and economic evaluation of thermal stor- 
age and recovery systems for a commercial building, 15:1173 
(BA;US) 

Solar energy for utilization in a Georgia rest area (space and do- 
mestic water heating). Final report, 1984-1987, 15:2737 (R;US) 
GEOTHERMAL RESOURCES 

Energy for island, 15:3072 (B;US) 

FERC shifts nine Northeast gas proposals for fast-track solution 

15:192(J;US) 
Ground-water management under the appropriation doctrine. 

Technical report, 15:1895 (R;US) 

Mineral resources of the Cedar Mountain Wilderness Study Area, 
Washakie and Hot Springs Counties, Wyoming, 15:598 (R;US) 
GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC 

Household energy conservation: a review of the federal resi- 
dential conservation service, 15:478 (J;DD) 
GERMAN FEDERAL REPUBLIC 

See FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY 
GERMANY 

For use in indexing P re-World War II research. 
Hydrogen as an energy carrier, 15:3017 (B;US) 
Research on characteristics of Hua-yi sulphur dioxide sorbent 

for fluidized-bed combustion, 15:924 (BA;US) 
GERMANY (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC) 

See GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC 
GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC) 

See FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY 
GERMS (MICROORGANISMS) 
See MICROORGANISMS 



GOVERNMENT POLICIES 

See also ECONOMIC POLICY 
ENERGY POLICY 
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY 

Environmental Regulatory Update Table, June 1989, 15:2512 
(R;US) 

Guidance for conduct of waste management systems perfor- 
mance assessment, 1 5:2796 (R;US) 

Guide for preparing annual reports on radiation-safety testing of 
electronic products (general), 15:619 (R;US) 

Italy's green party: on the road to success, 15:279 (J;US) 

Office of Inspector General semiannual report to the Congress, 

October 1, 1988-March 31, 1989, 15:1975 (R;US) 
GOVERNORS 

See STATE OFFICIALS 
GREAT BRITAIN 

See UNITED KINGDOM 
GREAT LAKES 

Great and fragile lakes, 15:94 (J;US) 

Survey of state ground-water-quality protection legislation en- 
acted from 1985 through 1987, 15:2517 (R;US) 
GREECE 

Environment and energy: an odd duo, 15:1868 (J;US) 
GREENHOUSE EFFECT 

Control of air pollution from municipal waste incinerators. Hear- 
ing before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment 
of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Repre- 
sentatives, One Hundredth Congress, First Session on H.R. 
2787, July 2, 1987, 15:2872 (B;US) 

Disposing of the US chemical weapons stockpile. An approach- 
ing reality, 1 5:2900 (J;US) 

Examination of the legal mechanisms to regulate advanced fi- 
sion reactors, 15:2582 (R;US) 

Guidance document for providing alternate water supplies, 
15:251 5 (R;US) 

Potential effects of global climate change on the United States. 
Volume 1 . Regional studies. Draft. Report to the Congress, 
15:1373 (R;US) 

Potential effects of global climate change on the United States. 
Volume 2. National studies. Draft. Report to the Congress, 
15:1374 (R;US) 

Protecting the ozone, 15:1858 (J;US) 

Reagan vs. the environment, 15:1851 (J;US) 

Regulation of above-ground oil and waste containers. Hearing 
before the Subcommittee on Transportation, Tourism, and 
Hazardous Materials of the Committee on Energy and Com- 
merce, House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, 
Second Session, January 26, 1988, 15:2864 (B;US) 

Screening procedure to evaluate air pollution effects on Class I 
wilderness areas. Forest Service .general technical report (Fi- 
nal), 15:1 375 (R;US) 

The stage shifts in arms control, 15:1 142 (J;GB) 

Uncertainty in long-term resource planning for electric utilities, 

15:1 282 (R;US) 
GREENHOUSES 

Energy and coal supply and demand in Korea: Trends and out- 
look, 15:11 90 (R;GB) 

New energy markets for agricultural industry (E.E.C. biomass 

conversion R & D), 15:3075 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT 

Coal combustion: Science and technology of industrial and util- 
ity applications, 15:934 (B;US) 
GROUND DISPOSAL 

California's Proposition 65 and the chemical hazard warning: 
risk management under the new code of popular outrage, 
15:1 864 (J;US) 

Comparison of upflow, downflow, and downflow-recycle packed- 
bed reactors for anaerobic pretreatment of poultry processing 
wastewater, 15:1897 (BA;US) 



guidance for the preparation of quality-assurance plans for 
Os/CO SIP (State Implementation Plan) emission inventories. 
Final report, 15:1828 (R;US) 

RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act) Facility 
Investigation (RFI) guidance. Volumes 1 through 4. Interim re- 
port (Final), 15:2829 (R;US) 
GROUND SOURCE HEAT PUMPS 

Bringing electrotechnologies to industry, 15:2689 (RA;US) 

Consumer education as a development policy tool: the case of 
conservation and renewables in Jordan, 15:745 (BA;US) 

Lessons in successful marketing to residential customers: the 
New England electric water wrap program, 15:2414 (RA;US) 
GROUND WATER 
Classification 

Guidelines for ground-water classification under the EPA (Envi- 
ronmental Protection Agency) Ground-Water Protection 
Strategy. Draft report (Final), 15:38 (R;US) 
Contamination 

Effects of the proposed EPA groundwater standards on the Ura- 
nium Mill Tailings Remedial Action Project, 15:2190 (RA;US) 

Government policies and deforestation in Brazil's Amazon re- 
gion, 15:2213 (R;US) 

Hybrid power system studied, 15:1878 (J;US) 

Presentation on the role or risk assessment in FUSRAP reme- 
dial planning, 15:2202 (RA;US) 

Remedial actions and the need to communicate about risks, 
15:2193 (RA;US) 

Sludge ash as lightweight concrete material, 15:2571 (J;US) 

Status report long-term surveillance and maintenance, 15:2195 
(RA;US) 

UMTRA nonradiological toxins cleanup methodology 

(DECHEM), 15:2507 (RA;US) 
Decontamination 

Agreement reached on cleanup of Maine site, 15:86 (J;US) 
Legislation 

Ground Water Safety Act of 1988. Introduced in the Senate, 
One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, Octobers, 1988, 
Report 100-583, 15:2858 (B;US) 

Information on fisheries risk assessment in the Alaska DCS Re- 
gion, 15:2889 (BA;US) 

Reauthorization of the Earthquake Hazards Reduction Act of 
1 977. Report of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, 
and Transportation on H.R. 1612. US Senate, One Hundredth 
Congress, First Session, December 9, 1987, 15:2859 (B;US) 
Monitoring 

PNL-BMI patenting and licensing highlights since Bayh-Dole, 
15:1125 (R;US) 

Resource document for the ground-water monitoring strategy 

workshop. Final report, 15:37 (R;US) 
Nitrates 

Evaluation of asbestos levels in two schools before and after as- 
bestos removal. Final report, 15:1833 (R;US) 
Pesticides 

Fiscal year 1987 summary report of NOAA (National Oceanic 
and Atmospheric Administration) Meteorology Division sup- 
port to the environmental protection agency. Technical memo, 
1 5:2546 (R;US) 
Radionuclide Migration 

Defense Environmental Restoration Program, 15:2191 (RA;US) 
Recharge 

Comparison of upflow, downflow, and downflow-recycle packed- 
bed reactors for anaerobic pretreatment of poultry processing 
wastewater, 15:1897 (BA;US) 

Production and improvement of productivity of forest biomass in 

the European community, 15:1800 (BA;US) 
Resource Conservation 

Mineral resources of the Henry's Lake Wilderness Study Area, 
Fremont County, Idaho, 15:597 (R;US) 



EAPA Vol. 1 5, Annual Index 1 25 



GROUND WATER 
Resource Management 



Resource Management 

Guide to land treatment of municipal waste water in Illinois, 

15:1 896 (R;US) 
Reviews 

Water forum '86: World water in evolution, Volume 1, 15:97 

(B;US) 
Sampling 

Nuclear power is green power, 15:836 (J;US) 
Water Chemistry 

Maintenance of flows downstream from water-development pro- 
jects in Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming, 15:788 (R;US) 
Water Pollution 

Criteria for classification of solid-waste-disposal facilities and 
practices (40 CFR Part 257). Subtitle D of Resource Conser- 
vation and Recovery Act (RCRA). Notification requirements 
for industrial solid-waste-disposal facilities. Draft report, 
15:252(R;US) 

Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). 
Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 
(RCRA). Case studies on ground-water and surface-water 
contamination from municipal solid-waste landfills. Draft re- 
port, 15:251 (R;US) 

Resource document for consideration of the Lewiston Basin 

aquifer as a sole-source aquifer, 15:1397 (R;US) 
Water Pollution Abatement 

Cape Cod Aquifer Management Project (CAMP). Executive 
summary, 15:1367 (R;US) 

Cape Cod Aquifer Management Project (CCAMP): demonstra- 
tion of a geographic information system for ground water 
protection, 15:1369 (R;US) 

Cape Cod Aquifer Management Project (CCAMP): guide to con- 
tamination sources for wellhead protection. Draft report, 
15:1 368 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal-solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). 
Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 
(RCRA). Ground-water monitoring and corrective action (Sub- 
part E). Draft report, 15:67 (R;US) 

Estimating the offsite household damages from wind erosion in 
the western United States. Staff report, 15:2832 (R;US) 

Hazardous-waste control in southern California, 15:2895 (D;CA) 

No migration variances to the hazardous-waste land-disposal 
prohibitions: a guidance manual for petitioners. Draft report, 
15:1370 (R;US) 

State and territorial use of ground-water strategy grant funds 
(Section 106 Clean Water Act). Technical report (Final), 15:41 
(R;US) 
Water Pollution Control 

Clean Air Standards Attainment Act of 1987. Report of the Com- 
mittee on Environment and Public Works, United States 
Senate, S. 1894, One Hundredth Congress, First Session, 
November 30, 1987, 15:2883 (B;US) 

EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) must continue to moni- 
tor research in the field of non-ionizing radiation research and 
provide technical support and assistance to other government 
agencies. Final report, 15:395 (R;US) 

Fiscal Year 1987 program report: North Carolina Water Re- 
sources Research Institute, 15:45 (R;US) 

Glossary of terms related to health, exposure, and risk assess- 
ment, 15:2535 (R;US) 

Protecting ground water: pesticides and agricultural practices. 

Technical report (Final), 15:39 (R;US) 
Water Quality 

Advisory system for North Carolina ground-water quality model- 
ing and management needs, 1 5:46 (R;US) 

Agricultural impact on ground-water quality. Technical report (Fi- 
nal), 1 July 1987-30 June 1988, 15:47 (R;US) 

Coordinate transformation model for overlap distribution: an ap- 
plication to ground-water protection. Master's thesis, 15:19 
(R;US) 

EPA proposes to retain existing NAAQS for SO3" but seeks 
comments on short-term standard, 15:421 (J;US) 

Environmental regulation: its impact on infrastructure decision 



Hydrogen Energy Coordinating Committee annual report: Sum- 
mary of DOE hydrogen programs for FY 1988, 15:600 (R;US) 
Market-driven municipal/industrial waste-management model, 

15:251 8 (R;US) 
Water Reclamation 

Additional requirements for polychlorinated biphenyl waste un- 
der the Toxic Substances Control Act: report together with 
additional views to accompany H.R. 3070. Introduced in the 
House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second 
Session, June 13, 1988, 15:2852 (B;US) 
Water Treatment 
Quarterly report on program cost and schedule: Third quarter 

FY 1988, 15:751 (R;US) 
Water Wells 

Model assessment for delineating wellhead protection areas. Fi- 
nal report, 15:54 (R;US) 
GROUND-WATER RESERVES 

See AQUIFERS 
GROWTH (ECONOMIC) 

See ECONOMIC GROWTH 
GULF OF MEXICO 

Alberta: Why more operators are now looking towards Canada, 

1 5:505 (J;US) 

Oil and gas industry conflicts on the Outer Continental Shelf, 
1 5:2554 (BA;US) 



H 



HALL GENERATORS 

See MHD GENERATORS 
HALOGEN COMPOUNDS 

Only for inorganic compounds; see also other inorganic halogen 
compounds. 

EPA proposes PCS tracking system, 15:1893 (J;US) 
HALOGENATED ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS 

See a/so FREONS 

Implications of the Montreal Protocol for atmospheric emissions 
of alternative chemicals. Report for January-March 1988, 
15:57(R;US) 

Issues in environmental analysis. Transportation Research 
Record, 15:1557 (R;US) 

Review of research in support of extrapolation models by EPA's 
(Environmental Protection Agency's) Office of Research and 
Development. Final report, 15:257 (R;US) 

Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 7): Times Beach, 
St. Louis County, Missouri. Minker/Stout/Romaine Creek, Jef- 
ferson County, Missouri (third remedial action), September 
1988. Final report, 15:2532 (R;US) 
HANDICAPPED PEOPLE 

Saudi Arabia (5). Political economics of its development and 

petroleum, 15:743 (J;US;ln Japanese) 
HANDLING (WASTES) 

See WASTE MANAGEMENT 
HANFORD ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY 

International nuclear cycle fact book: Revision 9, 15:1432 (R;US) 

Optimization of offshore field development to minimize invest- 
ment, 15:1093 (J;US) 
HANFORD PRODUCTION REACTORS 

International nuclear cycle fact book: Revision 9, 15:1432 (R;US) 
HANFORD RESERVATION 

Nuclear power is green power, 15:836 (J;US) 

Optimization of offshore field development to minimize invest- 
ment, 15:1 093 (J;US) 
HAWAII 

Comparative economic analysis of composting, biological gasifi- 
cation and mass burning of municipal solid waste, 15:1811 
(BA;US) 

Energy technologies for the developing countries, 15*1079 
(BA;US) 

Integrating the village plans with energy planning, 15:232 (J;US) 
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



Air Pollution Control 

Air toxics, 15:101 (J;US) 

Amendments to Ocean Dumping Act. House of Representa- 
tives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, August 3, 
1988, 15:2850 (B;US) 
Beryllium 

Assistance to states in preparing 1985 NAPAP (National Acid 
Precipitation Assessment Program) emissions inventory sub- 
mittals, 15:762 (R;US) 
Classification 

Asbestos: chronic health effects. September 1987-July 1989 
(Citations from the Life Sciences Collection data base). Re- 
port for September 1987-July 1989, 15:2550 (R;US) 
Unfinished business in New England: a comparative assess- 
ment of environmental problems. Overview report. Final 
report, 15:1377 (R;US) 
Combustion 
Aptus industrial and hazardous-waste treatment facility, Tooele 

County, Utah, 15:28(R;US) 

National Screening Survey of Hazardous-Waste Treatment, Stor- 
age, Disposal, and Recycling Facilities, 1986, 15:390 (R;US) 
Dloxin 

Preliminary evaluation of initial TSCA (Toxic Substances Control 
Act) section 8(e) substantial risk notices. January 1, 1987 to 
December 31, 1988, 15:2533 (R;US) 
Dose-Response Relationships 

NNEPS (National Network for Environmental Policy Studies) fi- 
nal report: EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Region 1 
wellhead-protection efforts. Technical report (Final), 15:2831 
(R;US) 

Environmental Exposure 
Waste-allocation simulation models: a state-of-the-art review 

(journal version), 15:769 (R;US) 
Environmental Impacts 
Environmental law and policy in the People's Republic of China, 

15:1 838 (B;AU) 
Environmental Transport 
Looking down the road: the environmental side of the 1990s 

and beyond, 15:1 197 (BA;US) 
Ground Disposal 
Fish as sentinels of environmental health. Technical memo, 

15:1830 (R;US) 
Making Superfund work; Clean Sites report recommends steps 

to improve the program, 15:1874 (J;US) 
RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act) Facility 
Investigation (RFI) guidance. Volumes 1 through 4. Interim re- 
port (Final), 15:2829 (R;US) 
Lead 

An agenda for the future, 15:1565 (J;US) 
Legislation 

S. 2656: A Bill to further the efforts of certain States to attain air 
quality standards, and for other purposes. Introduced in the 
Senate of the United States, One Hundredth Congress, Sec- 
ond Session, July 26, 1988, 15:2842 (B;US) 
Marine Disposal 

Assessing contractor use in Superfund. A background paper of 
OTA's (Office of Technology Assessment) assessment on Su- 
perfund implementation, 15:1363 (R;US) 
Minimization 
Hazardous waste minimization practices in Tennessee, 15:35 

(R;US) 

Occupational Exposure 

Municipal ground-water contamination in Massachusetts: the 
case for wellhead protection in humid regions, 15:394 (R;US) 
Occupational Safety 
Attempts at strategic thinking in occupational public health: the 

Lucas Lecture of 1987, 15:50 (R;GB) 
Energy in West and Central Africa: issues, problems, and donor 

activities. Final report, 15:1972 (R;US) 
Pollution Control 

Air and waste management markets in a shrinking world, 
15:1870 (J;US) 



Pollution Regulations 

Guidelines for Hanford Site implementation of the National Envi- 
ronmental Policy Act, 1 5:1 1 02 (R;US) 

National acid precipitation assessment program. Hearing before 
the Subcommittee on Natural Resources, Agriculture Research 
and Environment of the Committee on Science, Space, and 
Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundredth 
Congress, Second Session, April 27, 1988, 15:2870 (B;US) 
Remedial Action 

Department of Energy hazardous waste remedial actions pro- 
gram: Quality assurance program, 15:22 (R;US) 

The installation restoration program: Three years of experience 
in the Departme nt of Defense CERC LA program, 15:21 (R;US) 
Research Programs 

Center for Hazardous Materials Research recommends 5 steps 
for waste reduction, 15:88 (J;US) 

Review of the Office of Research and Development's proposed 

budget for Fiscal Year 1988. Final report, 15:70 (R;US) 
Risk Assessment 

EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency) role in non-hazardous 
solid-waste management on Indian land: Issues and options. 
Technical report, 15:2811 (R;US) 

National survey of solid-waste (municipal) landfill facilities. Draft 

report (Final), 15:399 (R;US) 
Safety 

Fiscal year 1987 program report (Massachusetts Water Re- 
sources Research Center). Annual report, 15:1832 (R;US) 
Superfund 

EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) waste-minimization re- 
search program: an overview, 15:2530 (R;US) 
Transport 

Cogeneration plant I of Stadtwerke Duisburg AG - The first-ever 
use of "circulating atmospheric fluidized-bed combustion" in a 
public utility, 15:855 (BA;US) 

Hazardous-materials transportation. September 1982- 
September 1 988 (Citations from the COMPENDEX data base). 
Report for September 1 982-September 1 988, 1 5:78 (R;US) 
Transport Regulations 

Use of a Monte Carlo modeling approach for evaluating risk and 

environmental compliance, 15:2787 (RA;US) 
Underground Storage 

Faults at Savannah River, 15:2298 (J;US) 

Hybrid power system studied, 15:1878 (J;US) 
Waste Disposal 

Community relations in Superfund: a handbook (interim ver- 
sion), 15:2529 (R;US) 

DOE environmental compliance policy perspectives and priori- 
ties, 15:2502 (RA;US) 

DOE groundwater protection strategy, 15:2192 (RA;US) 

Evaluation of specific requirements for unfiltered surface-water 
supplies. Draft report, 15:1371 (R;US) 

Federal hazard ranking system (Mitre Model): improving its use 
with multi-attribute decision analysis, 15:1108 (D;US) 

Final generic environmental impact statement on decommis- 
sioning of nuclear facilities, 15:165 (R;US) 

Guide for preparing Safe Operating Procedures (SOPs), 
15:1561 (R;US) 

Hazardous-chemical waste management: development of 
process technology, economics, and system-selection 
methodology, 15:1391 (D;US) 

Interregional computable general-equilibrium model of the 
United States with illustrations of regional impacts of acid rain 
pollution-control costs, 15:1845 (D;US) 

Landfilling of sewage sludge: technical support document, 
15:1 827 (R;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habrtability study. Vol- 
ume 1. Introduction and decision-making documentation. 
Final report, 15:375 (R;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area hab'rtability study. Vol- 
ume 2. Air assessment: indicator chemicals. Final report, 
1 5:376 (R; US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habrtability study. Vol- 
ume 3. Soil assessment: indicator chemicals. Final report, 
1 5:377 (R;US) 



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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 
Waste Disposal 



Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability 
study. Volume 4. Soil assessment: 2,3,7,8-TCDD 
(tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin). Final report, 15:378 (R;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study. Vol- 
ume 5. Peer review summary: TRC (Technical Review 
Committee) responses. Final report, 15:379 (R;US) 

Management options for power-frequency fields, 15:1855 (J;US) 

National Marine Pollution Orogram: federal plan for ocean pollu- 
tion research, development, and monitoring, fiscal years 
1988-1992, 15:251 6 (R;US) 

Occupational safety regulation and economic efficiency: the rail- 
road industry, 15:1109 (D;US) 

Recommendations for future research on national ambient air- 
quality standards for ozone and lead. Final report, 15:380 
(R;US) 

Research priorities in electric and magnetic fields, 1 5:1 866 (J;US) 

Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE) program: 
draft strategy and program plan. Final report, 15:73 (R;US) 

The installation restoration program: Three years of experience 
in the Department of Defense CERCLA program, 15:21 (R;US) 

Transitional strategic defense architectures, 15:1 137 (R;US) 
Waste Management 

ARAR Identification, 15:2793 (RA;US) 

Annual report on abandoned or uncontrolled hazardous-waste 
disposal sites and Hazardous Waste Remedial Fund, 1988, 
15:1560 <R;US) 

Best demonstrated available technology (BDAT) background 
document for K009 and K010 (proposed), 15:774 (R;US) 

Control and remedial strategies, 15:1563 (BA;US) 

DOT/OSHA/EPA (Department of Transportation/Occupational 
Safety and Health Administration/Environmental Protection 
Agency) integrated DOE (Department of Energy) transporta- 
tion training, 15:2786 (RA;US) 

Development of methods to estimate beryllium exposure. Final 
report, 15:761 (R;US) 

Eleventh international CODATA conference, scientific and techni- 
cal data in a new era, Karlsruhe, Federal Republic of Germany, 
26-29 September 1988: Foreign trip report, 15:569 (R;US) 

Evaluation of the initial implementation of the Comprehensive 
Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 
1 980: Effect of the withholding of documents by the Environ- 
mental Protection Agency from Congress in 1982-83, 15:2896 
(D;US) 

Financing hazardous-waste risks in Wisconsin, 15:1392 (D;US) 

Handling and management of hazardous materials and wastes, 
15:104(B;US) 

Hazardous waste management in the Pacific northwest. Final 
report: findings and recommendations, 15:43 (R;US) 

Implementation and management of waste minimization pro- 
grams at federal facilities, 15:2783 (RA;US) 

Lead exposure and toxicity bioassays: public health and occu- 
pational health hazards. January 1985-February 1989 
(Citations from the Biobusiness data base). Report for Jan- 
uary 1985-February 1989, 15:1379 (R;US) 

NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) 
testimony to DOL (Department of Labor) on Occupational 
Safety and Health Administration's proposed rule on electrical 
safety-related work practices, 15:391 (R;US) 

NRC residual radioactivity release criteria, 15:2188 (RA;US) 

Non-cancer dose-response assessments within the EPA (Envi- 
ronmental Protection Agency): A foundation for selecting a 
dose-response assessment method to assess Section 112 
pollutants based on non-cancer effects. Technical report, 
15:2830 (R;US) 

Political economy of smog in southern California, 15:1393 (D;US) 

Procurement under Superfund remedial cooperative agree- 
ments, 15:68(R;US) 

RCRA experience at West Valley, 15:2505 (RA;US) 

Refining the degree of hazard ranking methodology for Illinois 
industrial waste streams, 1 5:2549 (R;US) 

Risk perception in planning, 15:1837 (B;US) 

River basin projects in Africa, 15:1847 (J;US) 



Solid-waste dilemma: an agenda for action. Final report, 
15:2541 (R;US) 

Summary report of capacity at limited commercial and company- 
captive facilities. Volume 1. Draft report, 15:1835 (R;US) 

Summary report of capacity at limited commercial and company- 
captive facilities. Volume 2. Draft report, 15:1836 (R;US) 

The consequences of section 313, 15:2210 (J;US) 

US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) hazardous-waste- 
minimization program, 15:51 (R;US) 

US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) waste-minimization 
research program, 15:58 (R;US) 

Waste minimization in the automotive repair industry, 15:1888 
(J;US) 

Water-quality standards summaries: State and federal criteria. 
January 1970-May 1989 (Citations from the NTIS data base). 
Report for January 1970-May 1989, 15:2834 (R;US) 

Whose responsibility is the control of acid rain?, 15:428 (J;US) 
Waste Oils 

The role of risk assessment in environmental programs, 

1 5:2782 (RA;US) 
Waste Processing 

Agricultural nonpoint pollution: a regulatory dilemma, 15:260 
(J;US) 

Factors influencing state conformance to federal environmental 
policy goals: a comparison of state implementation of vehicle 
emissions inspection/maintenance programs, 15:1387 (D;US) 
Water Pollution 

Applicability of US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) risk- 
assessment guidelines for chemical mixtures, 15:56 (R;US) 
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SPILLS 

EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Region X guidance 
manual for the development of an accidental-spill prevention 
program, 15:60 (R;US) 

Occurrence of synthetic volatile organic chemicals in drinking 
water, food, and air (revised draft), July 1987, 15:2544 (R;US) 
HEALTH HAZARDS 

See also RADIATION HAZARDS 

Environmental law and policy in the People's Republic of China, 
15:1 838 (B;AU) 

Greenhouse effect: impacts and policies, 15:1857 (J;US) 

Power lines and cancer: public health and policy implications, 
15:1856 (J;US) 

Preserving and protecting monuments and historical sites, 
15:1 867 (J;US) 

US-Japan energy policy considerations for the 1990s: A joint 
project of The Atlantic Council of the United States, the 
Japanese Committee for Energy Policy Promotion, and the 
Japanese Institute of Energy Economics, 15:881 (B;US) 
HEALTH PHYSICS 

See RADIATION PROTECTION 
HEALTH SERVICES 

Evaluation of EPA oversight of Department of Defense compli- 
ance with CERCLA, with implications for potential threats to 
public health and the environment, 15:1107 (D;US) 
HEAT ENGINES 

Atmospheric Fluidized-Bed Combustion Program: Fiscal year 
1 989 summary program plan, 15:890 (R;US) 

Petroleum Marketing Annual, 1987, 15:314 (R;US) 
HEAT PUMPS 

See also AIR SOURCE HEAT PUMPS 
GAS HEAT PUMPS 
GROUND SOURCE HEAT PUMPS 
WATER SOURCE HEAT PUMPS 

Assessment of thermally activated heat pumps with desiccant 
cooling, 15:1179 (BA;US) 

Competitiveness of deregulated bulk-power markets, 15-1520 
(D;US) 

District heating/feasibility study for Jamestown, New York. 
Phase two. Final report, 15:1444 (R;US) 

Effects of vegetation on building energy performance, 15:476 
(D;US) 

Energy requirements for closed loop storage heat pump 



Evolution of the Wisconsin integrated least cost planning 

method, 15:2418 (RA;US) 
Generation expansion planning including the renewable energy 

sources, 15:702 (J;US) 

Issues in the international economics of industrial mobilization 
and surge for crisis in an interdependent world, 15:1090 (R;US) 
Making an energy conservation program work, 15:261 (BA;US) 
Manual for evaluation: Ten steps to cost-effective renewable re- 
source development in the electric utility sector, 1 5:1 322 (R;US) 
HEAT RECOVERY EQUIPMENT 

Marketing challenges for power electronics, 15:2687 (RA;US) 
HEAT STORAGE 

See also SEASONAL THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE 

SENSIBLE HEAT STORAGE 

Practical lessons from the direct installation of high efficiency re- 
frigerators in low income households, 15:2412 (RA;US) 
Seasonal storage of thermal energy - Swedish experience, 

15:115(J;US) 
HEAT STORAGE DEVICES 

See THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE EQUIPMENT 
HEAT STORAGE SYSTEMS 

See THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE EQUIPMENT 
HEATER OIL 

See HEATING OILS 
HEATING OILS 

Building and energy-management systems: a user guide, 

15:1623 (R;US) 
OPEC's November agreement and the future of the oil market, 

15:2013 (J;US) 
Rhode Island Governor's Office of Energy assistance report on 

winter distillate survey 1987-1988, 15:1622 (R;US) 
Utilities and economic development: new partnerships for 

growth. Final report, 15:1340 (R;US) 
HEATING SYSTEMS 

See also SOLAR HEATING SYSTEMS 
A new generalized approach to fault analysis of high phase or- 
der transmission systems, 15:1045 (J;US) 
Consumer education as a development policy tool: the case of 

conservation and renewables in Jordan, 15:745 (BA;US) 
Knowledge engineering for HVAC expert systems, 15:1177 

(BA;US) 
Some important points of argument on global energy, 15:2752 

(J;US;ln Japanese) 
HEAVY OILS 

See PETROLEUM 
HELIUM 

Optimal use of dual heating for load management, 15:1 044 (J;US) 
Research and development of coal combustion technology in 

Japan and its technology transfer, 15:817 (BA;US) 
Simulation approach to the operation of a multiple reservoir and 

aquifer water resource system, 15:436 (D;US) 
HERBICIDES 

Review of the Office of Radiation Programs' national radon sur- 
vey design. Final report, 15:372 (R;US) 
HIGH ALTITUDE (STRATOSPHERE) 

See STRATOSPHERE 
HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS 

Use only for articles of a very broad nature such as an annual 

research program, etc. 

General dynamics large superconducting magnets for govern- 
ment applications, 15:814 (BA;US) 
Research and development of coal combustion technology in 

Japan and its technology transfer, 15:817 (BA;US) 
HIGH TEMPERATURE GAS COOLED AND GRAPHITE MODER- 
ATED REACTORS 
See HTGR TYPE REACTORS 
HIGH VOLTAGE ALTERNATING CURRENT SYSTEMS 

See HVAC SYSTEMS 
HIGH VOLTAGE DIRECT CURRENT SYSTEMS 

See HVDC SYSTEMS 
HIGH-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTES 

Achieving mutual deterrence with active defenses: Report No. 
4, 15:613 (R;US) 



Benefits and opportunities in residential, commercial and indus- 
trial natural gas-fired cogeneration, 15:1609 (BA;US) 

ESCAP pushes out a regional energy plan, 15:876 (J;US) 

Effect of freezing and thawing on UMTRA covers, 15:2506 
(RA;US) 

Energy regulation, 15:1821 (R;US) 

Environmental Regulatory Update Table, April 1989, 15:1554 
(R;US) 

Final environmental statement related to the operation of Limer- 
ick Generating Station, Units 1 and 2, Docket Nos. 50-352 
and 50-353, Philadelphia Electric Company, 15:2799 (R;US) 

Guidelines for waste management in Italy issued by the Italian 
regulatory body, 15:1605 (RA;US) 

Late Archaic-Late Woodland adaptive stability and change in 
the Steel Creek watershed, South Carplina: Final report of 
the L-Lake prehistoric investigations, 15:1338 (R;US) 

National policy and military doctrine: development of a nuclear 
concept of land warfare, 1949-1964, 15:1441 (D;US) 

ORGDP health and safety long-range management plan: Exec- 
utive summary, 15:753 (R;US) 

Technology transfer significance of the International Safeguards 
Project Office, 15:1151 (J;US) 

The implications of RCRA [Resource Conservation and Recov- 
ery Act] regulation for the disposal of transuranic and 
high-level waste, 15:118 (R;US) 

The regulation of public utilities, 15:2625 (B;US) 

Wasting of Nevada, 15:83 (J;US) 
HIGH-TEMPERATURE FUEL CELLS 

See also MOLTEN CARBONATE FUEL CELLS 

National Awards Program for Energy Innovation, 1988: Project 

descriptions, 15:1582 (R;US) 
HIGHWAYS 

See ROADS 
HOG FUEL 

See WOOD WASTES 
HONDURAS 

Technology Update-88, 15:606 (R;US) 
HOSPITALS 

Best demonstrated available technology (BOAT) background 
document for K009 and K010 (proposed), 15:774 (R;US) 

Development of community-sponsored financing programs for 
hospital energy investments, 15:798 (R;US) 

Development of fluidized-bed combustion of coal-water mixture, 
1 5:808 (BA;US) 

Energy survey, study and report of hospitals in Michigan: Ap- 
pendix A: Volume 2, Bay Medical Center, Bay City, Michigan: 
Final report, 15:807 (R;US) 

Guide for the preparation of applications for the University Re- 
search Instrumentation Program, 1989, 15:799 (R;US) 

Illumination conditions and task visibility in daylit "spaces, 
15:2606 (R;US) 

Instrumentation Technical Program Management Team: Annual 
report, FY-1988, 15:778 (R;US) 

National Screening Survey of Hazardous-Waste Treatment, Stor- 
age, Disposal, and Recycling Facilities, 1986, 15:390 (R;US) 

Opportunities for gas cooling in low rise buildings the develop- 
ment of engine-driven unitary packages, 15:723 (BA;US) 

Performance of sunspaces in northern climates, 15:1 1 83 (BA;US) 

Space commercialization and power system technology, 
15:1 058 (BA;US) 

World enough and time. Successful strategies for resource 

management, 15:862 (B;US) 
HOT GAS CLEANUP 

From one crisis to the next. The fate of the oil markets in the 
1990s, 15:1210 (J;US) 

Surface coal gasification program: Fiscal year 1989 summary 

program plan, 15:892 (R;US) 
HOT PRESSING 

Conservator society: a new imperative, 15:473 (J;US) 
HOT WATER 

Second law efficiency and costing analysis of a total energy 
plant, 15:1 320 (BA;US) 

The use of direct pumping and hydraulic turbines in thermal 
storage systems, 15:1178 (BA;US) 



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129 



HOT WATER HEATERS 

: ~" 

HOT WATER HEATERS 

See WATER HEATERS 



rt-^rm petrdeum fuel s*ohing capability, 
15:1 966 (R;US) 



aas o, flve 



Demand for energy, 15:2616 



(J;US;ln Japanese) 
HOUSES 



American cotfes, 15:479 
bulK-powe, marRets, 15:1530 

referen ce 

* 

for " llnote 
' 15:2752 



Programs in energy conservation, 16:465 (R.US) 

High-Temperature 
.US) 



a~rea production cosflng method, 15:529 (J ;US) 
^'multi-area production cosng method, 15:629 US) 



- MHTOR 

Gas-Cooled Reactor] operation, 
HUGENHOLTZ-PINES THEORY 

See HYDROGEN 



source for meeting the growing 

TTICiem. Biioiyy *~ r '.IL"Ti i io\ 

energy demand, 15:477 (J;US) 
Cooling Systems heat purnp 

" &3S&^^ 

tions, 15:1 180 (BA;US) 



and 



objections: interdependences 
1989, Part 1,1 5:2001 (J;GB) 

HVA Fof hS vwititetfrw, and a/r conditioning systems, see 



cations 



fcn applications software for the Ahens Utii- 
Hies Board, 15:1 286 (J;US) 



HVDC SYSTEMS 

69 to 230 kV. 



ene , 

Evaluaon of direct load c g 

Privatisation of the electricity supply industry, 15.1308 (B, 



ing retrofn savings, 1S:179 2 (J ; KW) 

in. Unlan Seminar on 
September 2-9, 1985. Volume 3. Energy, 15. 



analysis for HVDC transmission expan- 
sion planning, 15:708 (J;US) 

SS Teflon and the Eternal marKe, on the 
security of electricity supply, 15:709 (TG.US) 

intermediate term capacity forecasting, 



management: ba^ground paper, 



usage data for water heaters under load con- 
trol,15:1088(BA;US) 



1 5:695 (J;US) 



15:773 (R;DK) 



pollution-control costs, 15:1845 (D;US) 

w generation, ,5,327 (BA; G B) 



performance requirements for residemial coo, 
storage systems, 1 5:21 9 (R;US) 



u a _ oJ response of ground electrodes, 15:1770 (J;US) 

^S^Sonics using the three-pulse mode, for the in- 
termountain power project HVDC transmission, 15:1761 (J.US) 

E ^p 9 ra<!Sc^ e m S athematical model of corona for calculation of tran- 
sients on transmission lines, 15:1763 (J,us>) 
Environmental Impacts ic. 101/1 /R-nq\ 

Electric Power Monthly, December 1988, 15:1314 (R.US) 
PredSon Telectric field and ion density of HVDC transmission 

lines, 15:1313 (BA;US) 

Eq w a eaSTe%ormalized intermediate term capacity forecasting, 
1 5:695 (J;US) 



'vS One H^dredth Congress, Second Sess.on, 
October 21 , 1988, 15:2847 (B;US) 
SARA title III, section 313 - looking ahead, 15.1882 (J.Ub) 
Retrofitting 



(J;KW) 



15:2956 (J;US;ln Japanese) 
1 30 EAPA Vol. 1 5, Annual Index 



. Its transition and prospect, 



models used in stability studies, 15:1762 (J;US) 

IO EteSfc Power Monthly, December 1988, 15:1314 (R;US) 
On-Llne Control Systems . 

On geomagneticklly-induced currents in the Finn, sh 400 kV 
power system by an auroral electrojet current, 15:1765 (J,US) 

Thf ^fects of competition and the EEC internal market on the 

security of electricity supply, 15:709 (TG;US) 
Overvoltage , nitr *. 

Spot pricing of electricity, 15:1042 (B;US) 

Perf n r opt^zation method for load management scheduling, 
15:1 300 (J;US) 



HYDROGEN 3 



Performance Testing 

An incremental transformer model for the study of harmonic 
overvoltages in weak AC/DC systems, 15:1041 (J;US) 

In-situ calibration of three different types of transformer loss 
measuring systems using a current-comparator-based load 
loss standard, 15:1027 (J;US) 
Planning 

Optimal LC compensators for nonlinear loads with uncertain 
nonsinusoidal source and load characteristics, 15:1720 (J;US) 
Reliability 

A reliability cost-benefit analysis for HVDC transmission expan- 
sion planning, 15:708 (J;US) 

The effects of competition and the EEC internal market on the 

security of electricity supply, 15:709 (TG;US) 
Underwater Facilities 

Application and implementation of fast valving and generator 
tripping schemes at Gerald Gentleman Station, 15:683 (J;US) 
HYBRID ELECTRIC-POWERED VEHICLES 

Program change control procedure: Revision 1 , 15:827 (R;US) 
HYBRID SYSTEMS 

Arizona's 1984 fuelwood harvest. Forest Service resource bul- 
letin, 15:342 (R;US) 
HYDROCARBON FUEL CELLS 

Interim emissions inventory for regional air quality studies, 

15:574 (R;US) 
HYDROCARBONS 

See also ALKENES 

POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS 

Blood-lead monitoring for worker protection, 15:1564 (J;GB) 

Gas Research Institute 1989-1993 research and devlopment 
plan and 1 989 research and development program. Executive 
Summary, 15:184 (R;US) 

International technology transfer: study of selected problems 
encountered by multinational businesses in lesser-developed 
countries, 15:1918 (D;GB) 

Municipal solar utilities: community response to an innovative 
program, 15:3073 (D;US) 

Paradigms, politics, and long-term policy change within the Cali- 
fornia water policy-making system, 15:1104 (D;US) 

Parametric study of the undiscovered resource base: recom- 
mendations for enhancing the GRI (Gas Research Institute) 
baseline projection. Volume 1 . Detailed study of the permian 
Basin. Final report, 1984-1986, 15:181 (R;US) 

Parametric study of the undiscovered resource base: recom- 
mendations for enhancing the GRI (Gas Research Institute) 
baseline projection. Volume 2. Lower-48 onshore resource 
base comparison. Final report, 15:182 (R;US) 

Parametric study of the undiscovered resource base: recom- 
mendations for enhancing the GRI (Gas Research Institute) 
baseline projection. Volume 3. Allocation of the gas resource 
base by size of accumulations and deliverability. Final report, 
1984-1986,15:183 (R;US) 

Water works, electric utilities, and cable television: Contrasting 
historical patterns of ownership and regulation, 15:2779 (D;US) 
HYDROCHLORIC ACID 

National Screening Survey of Hazardous-Waste Treatment, Stor- 
age, Disposal, and Recycling Facilities, 1986, 15:390 (R;US) 
HYDROELECTRIC POWER 

Conservation programs can cut load-growth uncertainty for 
electric utilities, 1 5:534 (R;US) 

Economic-impact analysis of effluent-limitations guidelines and 
standards for the organic chemicals, plastics, and synthetic- 
fibers industry, 15:397 (R;US) 

Electric power annual, 1987, 15:211 (R;US) 

Kainji hydroelectric project: a socio-economic post-impact as- 
sessment, 15:533 (D;US) 

Long-term disturbance monitoring for improved system analysis, 
15:21 02 (J;CA) 

Potentially critical materials. Open File report, 15:433 (R;US) 

State energy overview, 1 5:2461 (R;US) 
HYDROELECTRIC POWER PLANTS 

See also PUMPED STORAGE POWER PLANTS 

SMALL-SCALE HYDROELECTRIC POWER 



Ac Systems 

An expert system for voltage and reactive power control of a 

power system, 15:997 (J;US) 
Capacity 

A framework for Integrated Resource Planning, 15:3052 (J;US) 
Computerized Control Systems 

Development and implementation of an agricultural load man- 
agement project, 15:2456 (B;US) 
On-line load control dispatch at Florida power and light, 15:692 

(J;US) 
Dams 

America's water quality - regional perspective: Tennessee Val- 
ley, 15:95 (J;US) 
Design 
Electric power system planning under time-of-use rates, 

1 5:3040 (J;US) 
Efficiency 

Energy consumption and economic evaluation of thermal stor- 
age and recovery systems for a commercial building, 15:1 173 
(BA;US) 

Environmental Impacts 
Comparative assessment of fish protection alternatives for fossil 

and hydroelectric facilities, 15:29 (RA;US) 
Environmental impact statements and climate change, 15:1848 

(J;US) 
Laboratory and field evaluations offish protection systems for use 

at hydroelectric power plants: study update, 15:30 (RA;US) 
Hybrid Systems 
Optimization algorithms for large-scale multireservoir hy- 

dropower systems, 15:2460 (D;CA) 
Investment 
Reactive-power dispatch by successive quadratic programming, 

1 5:3029 (J;US) 
Load Management 

Development of a guidance method for power system restora- 
tion, 15:3064 (J;US) 

Energy conservation for low-income households, 15:1307 (J;US) 
Meetings 
Evolution of US military space doctrine: precedents, prospects, 

and challenges, 15:1085 (D;GB) 
Optimization 
A framework to predict voltage collapse in power systems, 

1 5:988 (J;US) 
Outages 
The effects of competition and the EEC internal market on the 

security of electricity supply, 15:709 (TG;US) 
Performance 
On-line load control dispatch at Florida power and light, 15:692 

(J;US) 
Planning 

Process for removing metals from water, 15:2573 (P;US) 
Proceedings 
Evolution of US military space doctrine: precedents, prospects, 

and challenges, 15:1085 (D;GB) 
Real Time Systems 
A framework to predict voltage collapse in power systems, 

1 5:988 (J;US) 
Regulations 

Indoor radon, 15:1822 (R;US) 
HYDROELECTRICITY 

See HYDROELECTRIC POWER 
HYDROGEN 

Cost benefit analysis of tritium transfer in fusion reactor, code 

expert elaboration, 15:1550 (J;US) 

Customer demand for service reliability: A synthesis of the out- 
age costs literature: Final report, 15:3018 (R;US) 
Developmental state program for institutional conservation: Fi- 
nal report, 15:601 (R;US) 
Ethanol and US agriculture. Agriculture information bulletin, 

15:1 502 (R;DE) 
Major new foreign exploration plays during 1983-1987, 15:660 

(B;US) 
HYDROGEN 3 



HYDROGEN CHLORIDES 



HYDROGEN CHLORIDES 

See HYDROCHLORIC ACID 

HYDROGEN FUEL CELLS ( ,th*iQQO 

Electric-utility demand-side programs: Resources for the 1990s, 
15:1 668 (R;US) 

A nonalgorithmic review of uncertainty in electric-utility resource 
planning and decision making, 15:1277 (R;US) 

Methane activation by solid superacids - Review, 15:1504 (J;US) 
HYDROGEN HYDROXIDES 

See WATER 
HYDROGEN PRODUCTION _,,-., 

A statewide least-cost plan for Rhode Island: Final report on 
the initial work of the Rhode Island least-cost planning com- 
mittee, 15:2656 (R;US) . 

Comparative economic analysis of composting, biological gasifi- 
cation and mass burning of municipal solid waste, 15:1811 
(BA-US) 

Customer demand for service reliability: A synthesis of the out- 
age costs literature: Final report, 15:3018 (R;US) 
HYDROGEN SULFIDES 

Major new foreign exploration plays during 1983-1987, 15:660 

(B;US) 
HYDROGEN-BASED ECONOMY . 

Ethanol and US agriculture. Agriculture information bulletin, 
15:1502 (R;DE) 



I 



IAEA 

Nuclear regulation, 15:1929 (R;US) 
IAEA SAFEGUARDS 

An orientation program for U.S. citizens going to the IAEA, 

15:11 52 (J;US) 

Arms control: misplaced focus, 15:141 (J;US) 
Assessment of commercial and industrial cogeneration potential 

in the Pacific Northwest, 15:2937 (R;US) 
Conventional and cogeneration costs, 15:1153 (BA;US) 
Protection planning and risk management at Lawrence Liver- 
more National Laboratory, 15:1155 (J;US) 
Recent and future TSO directions, 15:2936 (J;US) 
U.S. department of energy safeguards research and develop- 
ment program and the brookhaven national laboratory 
technical support organization role, 15:2934 (J;US) 
a state department perspective on IAEA safeguards, 15:2935 

(J;US) 
ICELAND 

Reactive-power dispatch by successive quadratic programming, 

1 5:3029 (J;US) 
IDAHO 

Marketing and implementing energy conservation in municipal 

facilities, 15:1958 (BA;US) 

Mineral resources of the Cedar Mountain Wilderness Study Area, 
Washakie and Hot Springs Counties, Wyoming, 15:598 (R;US) 
Potentially critical materials. Open File report, 15:433 (R;US) 
Wood: power for the future, 15:2167 (J;US) 
IDAHO NATIONAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY 

Prior to 1976 known as NRTS and older material is so indexed. 
Special isotope separation project, Idaho National Engineering 

Laboratory, Idaho Falls, Idaho, 15:26 (R;US) 
Superconducting Super Collider: Volume 4, Appendix 8: Final 

Environmental Impact Statement, 15:572 (R;US) 
IEA 

See INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY 
IEUS 

See also MIUS 

Least-Cost Utility Planning: a federal perspective, 15:2663 

(RA;US) 
Planning building energy conservation research in the US, 

15:284 (R;US) 
IGT WASTE PROCESS 



ILLINOIS 

Advanced concepts in biomass production and biological pretreat- 
ment. Annual report, April 1987-March 1988, 15:727 (R;US) 

Asbestos: chronic health effects. September 1987-July 1989 
(Citations from the Life Sciences Collection data base). Re- 
port for September 1987-July 1989, 15:2550 (R;US) 

Big Rock Point, 15:1426 (J;US) 

Chesapeake bay basinwide toxics reduction strategy: an agree- 
ment commitment report from the Chesapeake Executive 
Council. Final report, 15:2804 (R;US) 

Chesapeake bay nonpoint source programs, 15:1359 (R;US) 

Comptrain guide: a manual for improving the performance of 
small water and waste-water systems, 15:771 (R;US) 

For presentation at the Oct. 1987 frontiers of power conference 
Oklahoma State University, 15:2971 (BA;US) 

Illinois statewide electric utility plan. Volume 3. Appendix- 
methodology, 1 5:2696 (R;US) 

Issues in environmental analysis. Transportation Research 
Record, 15:1 557 (R;US) 

Least cost utility planning, 15:2697 (BA;US) 

Power shortages in developing countries: magnitude, impacts, 
solutions, and the role of the private sector: a report to 
Congress, 15:1 703 (R;US) 

Progress and problems in the Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial 
Action Program and Surplus Facilities Management Program, 
15:221 5 (BA;US) 

RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act) Facility 
Investigation (RFI) guidance. Volumes 1 through 4. Interim re- 
port (Final), 15:2829 (R;US) 

Secondary economic impact of acid deposition control legisla- 
tion in six coal producing states: Final report, 15:588 (R;US) 

Sham recycling. Hearing before the Subcommittee on Hazardous 
Wastes and Toxic Substances of the Committee on Environ- 
ment and Public Works, United States Senate, One Hundredth 
Congress, Second Session, April 14, 1988, 15:2869 (B;US) 

Unfinished business in New England: a comparative assess- 
ment of environmental problems. Overview report. Final 
report, 15:1 377 (R;US) 
ILLUMINANCE 

Energy conservation through building design. October 1984- 
April 1989 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report for 
October 1984-April 1989, 15:2607 (R;US) 

Reports published by the Gas Research Institute in the area of 
residential/commercial appliances and space conditioning: bib- 
liography and abstracts. Update through 1 988, 1 5:2949 (R;US) 
ILLUMINATION 

See ILLUMINANCE 
ILLUMINATION SYSTEMS 

See LIGHTING SYSTEMS 
IMPORT TAXES 

See TARIFFS 
IMPORTS 

GRI (Gas Research Institute) catalog of technical reports 
15:1991 (R;US) 

Improving public awareness of the importance of coal and clean 
coal technology, 15:1642 (R;US) 

Oil tariff policy, 15:953 (J;US) 
IN-SITU GASIFICATION 

Air-quality benefits of alternate fuels, 1 5:208 (J;US) 

Quarterly report on program cost and schedule: Third quarter 
FY 1988, 15:751 (R;US) 

Tar sands program plan, FY 1989, 15:1909 (R;US) 
INCINERATION 

See COMBUSTION 
INCINERATORS 

EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency') risk-assessment 
methodology for municipal incinerator emissions: key finding 
and conclusions. Report of the Municipal- Waste Combustion 
Subcommittee - Environmental Effects, Transport and Fat 
Committee. Final report, 1 5:74 (R;US) 

Hazardous-waste enforcement in Illinois, Fiscal year 1987. Re- 
port for 1 July 1986-30 June 1987, 15:587 (R;US) 
Instrumentation Technical Proaram Manaaemftnt Taam- An*i 



INDUSTRIAL PLANTS 
Energy Consumption 



National Screening Survey of Hazardous-Waste Treatment, Stor- 
age, Disposal, and Recycling Facilities, 1986, 1 5:390 (R;US) 

Review of technical documents supporting proposed revisions 
to EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) regulations for the 
disposaVreuse of sewage sludge under Section 405(D) of the 
Clean Water Act. Final report, 15:75 (R;US) 
INDIA 

Biofuels and municipal solid waste, 15:1328 (BA;US) 

Cogeneration in Europe, 15:1941 (RA;IN) 

Decomposition of changes in energy intensity. A comparison of 
the Divisia index and other methods, 15:233 (J;IN) 

Energy carriers: market and production structure with reference 
to the prospects of the European internal market, 15:3024 
(J;US;ln Italian) 

International petroleum market greatly influences the short-term 
energy outlook, 15:203 (J;IN) 

Neuroradiology computer-assisted instruction using interactive 
videcdisk: Pilot project, 15:363 (BA;IN) 

Pakistan, Congress, and the nonproliferation challenge, 15:453 
(J;US) 

Quantifying the economic benefits of risk reduction, 15:2160 
(BA;US) 

Solar energy utilization - the revitalization of the world, 15:1325 
(BA;GB) 

Technology and society: ideological implications of information 
and computer technologies in the Soviet Union, 15:1 919 (D;US) 
INDIAN OCEAN 

Impact of groundwater protection standards on UMTRA Project, 

15:2570 (BA;US) 
INDIAN ORGANIZATIONS 

Late Archaic-Late Woodland adaptive stability and change in 
the Steel Creek watershed, South Carolina: Final report of 
the L-Lake prehistoric investigations, 1 5:1 338 (R;US) 
INDIAN RESERVATIONS 

Cost comparison of selected US and Australian coal mines, 
15:2641 (R;US) 

Federalism and the surface-water program. Technical report, 
15:2812 (R;US) 

Progress in the prevention and control of air pollution in 1987. 
Annual report (Final), 15:2827 (R;US) 

Report to Congress: management of hazardous wastes from 

educational institutions, 1 5:2540 (R;US) 
INDIANA 

Agricultural impact on ground-water quality. Technical report (Fi- 
nal), 1 July 1987-30 June 1988. 15:47 (R;US) 
INDONESIA 

Advanced Utility Simulation Model (AUSM): State-level projec- 
tions of required electrical generation and sources of supply, 
15:736 (R;GB) 

Close-spaced short-rotation poplar production using paper mill 
sludge as mulch, 15:2143 (BA;US) 

Coal combustion: Science and technology of industrial and util- 
ity applications, 15:934 (B;US) 

New construction plans up, 15:654 (J;US) 

Petroleum supply monthly, December 1 988, 15:1201 (R;US) 
INDOOR AIR POLLUTION 

Chesapeake bay nonpoint source programs, 15:1359 (R;US) 

Combined sewer overflow: A management study. Technical re- 
port, 15:2816 (R;US) 

Federal policy options for indoor air pollution from combustion 
appliances. Technical report, 15:2815 (R;US) 

Impact of acid rain on coastal waters. Hearings before the national 
Ocean Policy Study of the Committee on Commerce, Science, 
and Transportation, United States Senate, One Hundredth 
Congress, Second Session, June 8, 1988, 15:2854 (B;US) 

Review of EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) assess- 
ment of the risks of stratospheric modification. Review of the 
Stratospheric Ozone Subcommittee of the Science Advisory 
Board. Final report, 15:256 (R;US) 

Review of a framework for improving surface-water monitoring 
support for decision making. Report of the Environmental Ef- 
fects, Transport and Fate Committee. Final report, 15:373 



Review of the agency's radon-mitigation research plan. Final re- 
port, 15:77(R;US) 

Shore Protection Act of 1 987. Joint Hearings before the Subcom- 
mittees on Environmental Protection and Hazardous Wastes 
and Toxic Substances of the Committee on Environment and 
Public Works, United States Senate, One Hundredth Congress, 
First Session on S. 1751 , November 4, 1 987, 15:2866 (B;US) 
INDUCED RADIOACTIVITY 
See RADIOACTIVITY 
INDUCTION GENERATORS 

Three-phase modeling for transient stability of large scale unbal- 
anced distribution systems, 15:1795 (J;US) 
INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS 

EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Region X guidance 
manual for the development of an accidental-spill prevention 
program, 15:60 (R;US) 
INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE 

Attempts at strategic thinking in occupational public health: the 

Lucas Lecture of 1987, 15:50 (R;GB) 
INDUSTRIAL PLANTS 

See also CHEMICAL PLANTS 

COAL PREPARATION PLANTS 
COKING PLANTS 
ETHANOL PLANTS 
ISOTOPE SEPARATION PLANTS 
NATURAL GAS PROCESSING PLANTS 
OIL SHALE PROCESSING PLANTS 
PETROLEUM REFINERIES 
SYNTHETIC FUELS REFINERIES 
WASTE PROCESSING PLANTS 
Air Pollution 

Analysis of closures of industries in SIC 24 and 25 as a result of 
proposed OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administra- 
tion) regulations. Final report, 15:49 (R;US) 
Cogeneration 

Packaged cogeneration, 15:143 (J;US) 
The California cogeneration success story, 15:846 (BA;US) 
The purpose and effect of deep strategic force reductions, 

15:1610(BA;US) 
Dual-Purpose Power Plants 

Health risk assessment, 15:1650 (BA;US) 
Electric Power 

Large industry's view of innovative pricing, 15:2074 (RA;US) 
Power quality: a utility perspective, 15:2075 (RA;US) 
Taking charge of electricity costs, 15:2073 (RA;US) 
Emergency Plans 
Total elasticities of energy demand analysed within a general 

equilibrium model, 15:302 (J;US) 
Energy Audits 
Energy efficiency policy and low income households, 15:1463 

(BA;GB) 

Energy Conservation 

Assessment and evaluation of Ohio Electric Utilities demand- 
side programs, 15:2356 (RA;US) 
Energy efficiency policy and low income households, 15:1463 

(BA;GB) 

Energy savings and self -selection bias: application and interpre- 
tation, 1 5:2447 (RA;US) 
Environmental considerations of a fuel-flexible transportation 

system, 1 5:296 (R;US) 
Graphical spreadsheets: a tool for demand side management 

planning, 15:2445 (RA;US) 
Influencing professionals in the commercial new construction 

market, 15:2368 (RA;US) 
NEES stand-by generations program: design, results, and 

lessons learned, 15:2371 (RA;US) 
The technical normative: Its importance in building innovation, 

1 5:2957 (J;JP; In Italian) 
Energy Consumption 
Industrial energy use and conservation in the United States, 



INDUSTRIAL PLANTS 
Energy Efficiency 



Energy Efficiency 

Analysis of four selected state-transportation coordinated efforts 
in social services and rural public transportation. Final report, 
15:1 625 (R;US) 
Planning under competition: the challenge for electric utilities, 

15:2690 (RA;US) 
Fuel Consumption 
ARIMA forecasting techniques: Energy consumption in Italy 

time series, 15:3068 (J;US;!n Italian) 
Fuel Supplies 

Gas-fired cogeneration, 15:944 (BA;US) 
Hazardous Materials 
Environmental law and policy in the People's Republic of China, 

15:1 838 (B;AU) 
Inspection 
Environmental Regulatory Update Table, February 1989, 

15:1349 (R;US) 
Lighting Loads 

Market success: it's who you know that counts, 15:2385 (RA;US) 
Natural Gas 

Putting R and D (research and development) results to work: 
the role of technology transfer. Annual report, 15:2643 (R;US) 
Power Demand 
Load research with finesse: working in a DOS environment, 

1 5:2366 (RA;US) 
Understanding and estimating industrial energy use for DSM 

program design, 15:2364 (RA;US) 

Utility needs assessment for industrial data, 15:2365 (RA;US) 
*ower Generation 
Load reduction and operational performance of commercial cool 

storage systems, 15:2372 (RA;US) 
Process Heat 
Consuming the world's energy: high-income oil exporters, and 

overview. Part 4 of 4, 15:536 (J;US) 
Sabotage 

Soviets take fresh look at Western Europe, 15:122 (J;US) 
Waste Management 
Waste minimization in the automotive repair industry, 15:1888 

(J;US) 

Water Treatment 

Guidelines for healthy housing. Environmental Health series, 

15:772 (R;US) 
INDUSTRIAL SECTOR 
See INDUSTRY 
INDUSTRIAL WASTES 
Combustion 

British experience of taxing oil extraction, 15:2495 (BA;GB) 
Combustion Control 
Prospects for gas cooling and commercial cogeneration, 15:624 

(BA;US) 

Energy Conversion 

The DOE [U.S. Department of Energy] geothermal R & D pro- 
gram - positioning geothermal technology for a decade of 
expansion, 15:2733 (RA;US) 
Energy Recovery 

A new steam engine cogeneration system using forest and agri- 
cultural residues, 15:1945 (BA;US) 
British experience of taxing oil extraction, 15:2495 (BA;GB) 
Hazardous Materials 

Asbestos: chronic health effects. September 1987-July 1989 
(Citations from the Life Sciences Collection data base). Re- 
port for September 1987-July 1989, 15:2550 (R;US) 
Development of methods to estimate beryllium exposure. Final 

report, 15:761 (R;US) 
Fish as sentinels of environmental health. Technical memo, 

15:1830 (R;US) 
Landfilling of sewage sludge: technical support document, 

15:1827 (R;US) 

Preliminary evaluation of initial TSCA (Toxic Substances Control 
Act) section 8(e) substantial risk notices. January 1 , 1 987 to 
December 31 , 1988, 15:2533 (R;US) 
RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act) Facility 

Im/aeUjtafi/in /DCh /ini^an^a Vnllimoc 1 thivninh A Interim ro_ 



Unfinished business in New England: a comparative assess- 
ment of environmental problems. Overview report. Final 
report, 15:1377 (R;US) 
Legislation 

S. 2024: A Bill to amend the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Re- 
sponse Act of 1986, Public Law 99-519, to extend certain 
deadlines. Introduced in the Senate of the United States, One 
Hundredth Congress, Second Session, Report No. 100-405, 
February 2, 1988, 15:2840 (B;US) 
Marine Disposal 

Assessing contractor use in Superfund. A background paper of 
OTA's (Office of Technology Assessment) assessment on Su- 
perfund implementation, 15:1363 (R;US) 
Ocean Dumping Reform Act of 1988. Introduced in the Senate, 
One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, July 26, 1988, 
Calendar No. 839, 15:2856 (B;US) 

Plastic pollution in the marine environment. Hearing before the 
National Ocean Policy Study of the Committee on Commerce, 
Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, One Hun- 
dredth Congress, First Session, July 29, 1 987, 1 5:2867 (B;US) 
Reclamation Ground Water Management and Technical Assis- 
tance Study Act of 1988. US Senate, One Hundredth 
Congress, Second Session, August 25, 1988, 15:2851 (B;US) 
Pollution Regulations 

Unfinished business in New England: a comparative assess- 
ment of environmental problems. Overview report. Final 
report, 15:1377 (R;US) 
Recycling 

Superconductivity in Washington, D.C., 15:1129 (J;US) 
Solid Wastes 

Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). 
Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 
(RCRA). Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) of proposed revi- 
sions to Subtitle D Criteria for municipal solid waste landfills. 
Draft report, 15:253 (R;US) 
Toxic Materials 

Available disposal capacity for solid waste in Illinois: second an- 
nual report, 1 5:770 (R;US) 
Waste Management 

Comprehensive research plan: an agreement commitment re- 
port from the Chesapeake Executive Council. Final report, 
15:251 9 (R;US) 
Waste Product Utilization 

Energy conservation standards for consumer products: Refrig- 
erators, furnaces, and television sets including Environmental 
Assessment (DOE/EA-0372) Regulatory Impact Analysis: 
Technical support document, 15:286 (R;US) 
INDUSTRIALIZED COUNTRIES 

See DEVELOPED COUNTRIES 
INDUSTRY 

See a/so AGRICULTURE 

AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY 
CHEMICAL INDUSTRY 
COAL INDUSTRY 
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 
ELECTRIC POWER INDUSTRY 
FISHING INDUSTRY 
FOOD INDUSTRY 
METAL INDUSTRY 
MINERAL INDUSTRY 
NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY 
NUCLEAR INDUSTRY 
OIL SHALE INDUSTRY 
PETROLEUM INDUSTRY 
PLASTICS INDUSTRY 
RUBBER INDUSTRY 
SYNTHETIC FUELS INDUSTRY 
TEXTILE INDUSTRY 
WIND POWER INDUSTRY 
Coal 

Natural gas- able to compete with lower gas prices, 1 5:206 (J;US| 
Cogeneration 

Bulk rtrMtor rnntrartc- ualnin/i raliokilift/ 4K-1~7r\r\ /D A.I iev 



The National Fuel Gas End-Use Efficiency Field Test: Experi- 
mental plan, 15:272 (R;US) 
Energy Consumption 

DITR annual report, 1987-88, 15:741 (R;US) 
Energy Demand 
End-use forecasting models for the agricultural sector, 15:2672 

(RA;US) 
Short-term energy outlook: Quarterly projections, January 1989, 

15:864 (R;US) 
Tenth annual report to Congress on the Automotive Technology 

Development Program, 15:484 (R;GB) 
Energy Source Development 
Encouraging the initiation of invention/innovation, 15:1132 

(BA;US) 

Energy Sources 

Integrating the development of innovative concepts into corpo- 
rate strategy, 15:1131 (BA;US) 
Environmental Impacts 

ASHRAE, 15:41 8 (J;US) 
Gas Fuels 

Outlook for natural gas in the industrial sector (Executive Sum- 
mary), 15:187(R;US) 

US coal use: the environmental challenge, 15:188 (R;US) 
Halogenated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons 
Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 7): Times Beach, 
St. Louis County, Missouri. Minker/Stout/ Romaine Creek, Jef- 
ferson County, Missouri (third remedial action), September 
1988. Final report, 15:2532 (R;US) 
Joint Ventures 

Tests of full scale SSC R and D dipole magnets, 15:1925 (J;US) 
Lead-Acid Batteries 
Fuel oil price and inventory survey, 1 987-1 988 heating season: 

Final technical report, 15:1621 (R;US) 
Occupational Safety 

Evaluation of EPA oversight of Department of Defense compli- 
ance with CERCLA, with implications for potential threats to 
public health and the environment, 15:1107 (D;US) 
On-Slte Power Generation 
Effect of environmental regulations on the efficiency of electric 

utilities: 1969 versus 1975, 15:3027 (J;IT) 
Power Demand 
Performance of utility-interconnected photovoltaic systems, 

15:1522 (D;GB) 
Rate Structure 
Value of product differentiation in electricity markets, 15:1694 

(RA;US) 
Research Programs 

Research of new materials, 15:113 (J;US) 
Soclo-Economic Factors 

Results of the groundwater restoration project, Hanna Under- 
ground Coal Gasification Test Site, Wyoming: Topical report, 
15:750 (R;US) 
Surveys 

Baseline socio-economic profiles of coastal counties in the 
northern California planning area. Final report, 1970-2020, 
15:357 (R;US) 
INERTIAL GUIDANCE 

Nuclear smugglers, 15:139 (J;US) 
INFANTS 

Lead exposure: occupational health hazards. January 1978- 
February 1989 (Citations from the Life Sciences Collection 
data base). Report for January 1978-February 1989, 15:1381 
(R;US) 
INFORMATION 

See a/so CLASSIFIED INFORMATION 
Excess of information, dearth of knowledge, 15:116 (J;US) 
INFORMATION DISSEMINATION 

Rights and rights of nuclear energy, 15:620 (J;US) 



Technology transfer: the problem of dependence in Kuwait, 

15:1 920 (D;US) 
INJURIES 

Environmental contamination, 15:1110 (BA;US) 
INLAND WATERWAYS 

Occurrence of synthetic volatile organic chemicals in drinking 

water, food, and air (revised draft), July 1987, 15:2544 (R;US) 

Urban-climate effects of energy demand for space heating, 

1 5:567 (R;US) 
INORGANIC COMPOUNDS 

Use of a more specific term is recommended. 
Information collection request for proposed National Primary 
Drinking Water Regulations for synthetic organic chemicals 
(draft), April 1989, 15:2824 (R;US) 

Information-collection request for: National Primary Drinking 
Water Regulations for inorganic chemicals. Phase 2, March 
1989, 15:2823 (R;US) 

Municipal waste-water conveyance and treatment: technologi- 
cal progress and emerging issues 1988, 15:1356 (R;US) 
Regulatory impact analysis of proposed National Primary Drink- 
ing Water Regulations for synthetic organic chemicals. Phase 
2, April 1989, 15:2822 (R;US) 
INPUT-OUTPUT ANALYSIS 

Calculation of radon flux attenuation by earthen uranium mill 

tailings covers, 15:2623 (R;US) 
Energy Biosciences: Annual report and summaries of FY 1989 

activities, 15:3070 (R;IT) 

Long-term substitution dynamics of basic materials in manufac- 
ture, 15:264 (J;US) 
INSECTICIDES 

Financing hazardous-waste risks in Wisconsin, 15:1392 (D;US) 
INSOLATION 

Energy from biomass R and D activities of the Commission of 

the European Communities, 15:1069 (BA;US) 
Large-scale Swedish solar-heating technology system design 

and rating, 1 5:543 (R;US) 
INSPECTION 

Regulatory impact analysis: Benefits and costs of proposed Na- 
tional Primary Drinking Water Regulations for inorganic 
chemicals. Phase 2, March 1989, 15:2821 (R;US) 
Standard format and content for a license application to store 
spent fuel and high-level radioactive waste: Revision 1, 
15:2978 (R;US) 
INSPECTOR GENERAL (US DOE) 

See US DOE INSPECTOR GENERAL 
INSTITUTIONAL SECTOR 

Manufacturing Energy Consumption Survey: Fuel switching, 

1985, 1 5:629 (R;US) 

The regional energy and economic impacts of the National Ap- 
pliance Energy Conservation Act of 1987, 15:1951 (R;US) 
INSTRUMENTS (MEASURING) 

See MEASURING INSTRUMENTS 
INSULATION (THERMAL) 

See THERMAL INSULATION 
INSULATORS (ELECTRICAL) 

See ELECTRICAL INSULATORS 
INSURANCE 

See also NUCLEAR INSURANCE 

Acid rain regulation: federal failure and state success, 15:1853 

(J;US) 
INTEGRATED ENERGY UTILITY SYSTEMS 

See IEUS 
INTEGRATED UTILITY SYSTEMS 

See TOTAL ENERGY SYSTEMS 
INTERCONNECTED POWER SYSTEMS 

A fast and flexible method for transient simulation of integrated 

AC/DC systems, 15:977 (J;US) 

A fuel-constrained unit commitment method, 15:3062 (J;US) 
Discrete convolution in generating capacity reliability evaluation 
- load calculations and uncertainty aspects, 15:1001 (J;US) 



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Evaluation of a local DC load flow screening method for branch 
contingency selection of overloads, 15:524 (J;US) 

Forecasting the total impact of major new industrial plant on 
company electric energy requirements, 15:530 (J;US) 

Load data analysis workstation, 15:1030 (J;US) 

Modal dynamic equivalent for electric power systems. Part I, 
1 5:976 (J;US) 

Oscillatory stability considerations in transmission expansion 
planning, 1 5:3057 (J;US) 

Performance evaluation of 15-kV polymeric insulators for dead- 
end type applications on distribution systems, 15:1539 (J;US) 

Prevention of transient voltage instabilities due to induction mo- 
tor loads by static VAR compensators, 15:3060 (J;US) 

Short-term thermal unit commitment - A new method, 15:1302 
(<J;US) 

Study of the conflict between private and public power interests 
in Louisiana, 1950-1980: competition and conflict between 
Gulf States Utilities Company and REA funded cooperatives, 
15:1 525 (D;GB) 

The incorporation of HVDC equations in optimal power flow 
methods using sequential quadratic programming techniques, 
15:694 (J;US) 

Utility planning in perspective: Fundamental elements for devel- 
oping successful strategies. 15:1701 (R;US) 

Wheeling, competition, and economic efficiency, 15:1523 (J;US) 
INTEREST GROUPS 

State-induced technological change in the United States nuclear 

power industry 1947-1987, 15:1937 (D;US) 
INTEREST RATE 

Rising oil price is worrisome for interest rates in 1 988, 15:16 (J;US) 
INTERMEDIATE TECHNOLOGY 

See APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY 
INTERMEDIATE-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTES 

Effects of the Low-Level Waste Policy Amendments Act of 1 985 
on nuclear utilities' strategies, 15:1603 (RA;US) 

Yucca Mountain Project bibliography, July-December 1988: An 
update: Civilian Radioactive Waste Management Program, 
15:1608 (R;US) 
INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS 

See INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 
INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY 

See IAEA 
INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY 

Coal workers' respiratory-disease program evaluation. Report for 
1 December 1985-30 November 1987 (Final), 15:901 (R;US) 

Conservation and load-management research plans: 1989 
North American index, 15:333 (R;US) 

When heat is compressible: large-scale uses of heat pumps re- 
viewed, 15:475 (J;US) 
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 

Use only when terms INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS or IN- 
TERNATIONAL COOPERATION cannot be used. 

Problems in the economic evaluation of proposed projects in 

emerging energy technologies, 15:1091 (R;US) 
INVENTIONS 

Biofuels Program summary: Volume 2, Research summaries, 
fiscal year 1988, 15:1584 (R;US) 

Catalog of government inventions available for licensing - 1989, 
15:1 590 (R;US) 

Institutional research and development, FY1988, 15:1591 (R;US) 
INVENTORIES 

Building and energy-management systems: a user guide, 

15:1 623 (R;US) 
IONIZATION LOSS 

See ENERGY LOSSES 
IONIZING RADIATIONS 

Development of the DDA 8.2L diesel engine for 1988 emission 

standards, 15:783 (B;US) 
IONOSPHERE 

Loss minimization of distribution feeders, 15:1766 (J;US) 
IOWA 

Guide for preparing Safe Operating Procedures (SOPs), 
15:1561 (R;US) 



The use of detailed simulation for the study of the feasibility of 

cogeneration at a university campus, 15:1164 (BA;US) 
Water quality in Iowa during 1986 and 1987, 15:48 (R;US) 
IRAN 

World petrochemicals in the coming decade, 15:2649 (J;US) 
IRAQ 

End-use powerquality RDplanning: Proceedings, 15:514 (R;GB) 
Research and development of methods and tools for achieving 
and maintaining consensus processes in the face of change 
within and among government oversite agencies: First annual 
performance report: Research status, October 1988- 
September 1989, 15:1974 (R;KW) 

World petrochemicals in the coming decade, 15:2649 (J;US) 
IRON 

Effect of coal concentration on coprocessing performance, 

15:91 4 (J;US) 
IRON OXIDES 

Structural details for wind design, 15:590 (R;US) 
IRRIGATION 

Conservation versus energy supply: An economic and environ- 
mental comparison of alternatives for space conditioning of 
new residences, 15:2955 (D;US) 

Determinants of measured energy consumption in public hous- 
ing, 15:1048 (J;US) 
LPG in Argentina and Mexico: exporters through the year 2000, 

15:481 (J;US) 

Management of stream-aquifer systems, 15:1899 (D;GB) 
Potentially critical materials. Open File report, 15:433 (R;US) 
ISLANDS 

See also ICELAND 

INDONESIA 
PHILIPPINES 
SINGAPORE 
SRI LANKA 
TAIWAN 

Islands as trend setters, 15:565 (BA;GB) 
Malaysia: Asia Pacific energy series: Country report, 15:730 

(R;GB) 

Repair, Evaluation, Maintenance, and Rehabilitation Research 
Program. Compliance requirements for environmental laws 
applicable to REMR activities. Final report, 15:566 (R;GB) 
ISOLATED LOCATIONS 

See REMOTE AREAS 
ISOTOPE SEPARATION PLANTS 

Special isotope separation project, Idaho National Engineering 

Laboratory. Idaho Falls, Idaho, 15:26 (R;US) 
Superconducting Super Collider: Volume 4, Appendix 8: Final 

Environmental Impact Statement, 15:572 (R;US) 
ITALY 
Buildings 

Energy forecasting and analysis system for the US Army Ma- 
teriel Command. Final report, 15:2959 (R;IT) 
Cogeneration 

ENEL's (Italian Electricity Board) strategies and programs within 
the framework of the Italian energy situation, 15:3025 (J;IT;ln 
Italian) 
Coordinated Research Programs 

The internationalization of Japan, 15:2922 (J;IT) 
District Heating 

District heating in Europe and US, 15:2940 (J;IT;ln Japanese) 
Economic Elasticity 

The UK priorities for energy RD are changing, 15:747 (J;!T) 
Economic Growth 
Energy Biosciences: Annual report and summaries of FY 1989 

activities, 15:3070 (R;IT) 
Used oil and its regulation in the United States. Master's thesis 

15:2781 (R;IT) 
Electric Power 
Effect of environmental regulations on the efficiency of electric 

utilities: 1969 versus 1975, 15:3027 (J;IT) 
Private-sector power generation in Italy: licensing and interface 
with public (ENEL Italian Electricity Board) grid, 15:3026 
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Energy Consumption 

Nuclear Waste Education Project: Final report, 15:2975 (R;IT) 
Savings and inter-energy substitutions in the intermediate con- 
sumption of energy in Italy, 15:3069 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
Energy Policy 
1988 Italian Energy Plan (PEN): Program management, 

15:2982 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
Introduction to workshop, 15:2985 (RA;IT) 
Is an energy import reduction policy still fruitful in the new inter- 
national economic framework?, 15:2983 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
National Energy Plan (Italy), 15:2984 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
Private-sector power generation in Italy: licensing and interface 
with public (ENEL Italian Electricity Board) grid, 15:3026 
(J;IT;ln Italian) 
The United States Congress and alternative transportation fuel 

development, 15:1242 (BA;US) 
Environmental Policy 

How would closing nuclear plants affect climate?, 15:2899 (J;IT) 
Trends in paniculate control for coal fired boilers, 15:1236 

(BA;US) 
Hvdc Systems 

On geomagnetically-induced currents in the Finnish 400 kV 
power system by an auroral electrojet current, 15:1765 (J;US) 
MHD Generators 
The United States Congress and alternative transportation fuel 

development, 15:1242 (BA;US) 
Nuclear Power 

Food irradiation: contaminating our food, 15:280 (J;GB) 
On-Site Power Generation 

ENEL's (Italian Electricity Board) strategies and programs within 
the framework of the Italian energy situation, 15:3025 (J;IT;ln 
Italian) 
Pricing Regulations 

The UK priorities for energy RD are changing, 15:747 (J;IT) 
Radioactive Waste Management 
Effects of the Low-Level Waste Policy Amendments Act of 1985 

on nuclear utilities' strategies, 15:1603 (RA;US) 
OECD/NEA co-operative program concerning nuclear installa- 
tion decommissioning projects, 15:1606 (RA;US) 
Wood Fuels 

Ocean energy and aquaculture, 15:3078 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
Wood fuels for space heating: Results of surveys in two Italian 

communities, 15:3077 (J;IT;ln Italian) 
IUS 

See TOTAL ENERGY SYSTEMS 



JAILS 

See PUBLIC BUILDINGS 
JAPAN 

Biotechnology 

[School of Electrical Engineering of Purdue University]: Annual 
research summary, July 1, 1988-June 30, 1989, 15:2918 
(R;US) 
Coal 

Monthly energy review, April 1989, 15:2631 (R;US) 
Comparative Evaluations 

Conversion of NE [nuclear energy] standards to national con- 
sensus standards, 15:2924 (R;US) 
District Heating 

Optimizing combined cogeneration and thermal storage sys- 
tems, 15:2941 (J;JP) 
Electric Power 
Issues in electric energy systems: A review of the DOE R and D 

program: [Final report], 15:2344 (R;US) 
Energy Consumption 
Italian Energy Plan (PEN): Energy rationalization, 15:2981 

(J;JP;ln Italian) 
Energy Policy 

1980 annual report to Congress: Volume one, Activities, 
15:21 74 (R;US) 



AEOD (Office for Analysis and Evaluation of Operational Data): 

1988 annual report, Power reactors, 15:2294 (R;US) 
Evaluation of the Seattle energy code's major projects require- 
ment for new commercial buildings, 15:882 (J;US) 
Italian Energy Plan (PEN): Energy rationalization, 15:2981 

(J;JP;ln Italian) 

Marketing and design of residential energy conservation pro- 
grams for the elderly, 15:149 (R;US) 
Energy Sources 
1980 annual report to Congress: Volume three, Forecasts: 

Summary, 15:2286 (R;US) 
Energy Supplies 
1980 annual report to Congress: Volume three, Forecasts: 

Summary, 15:2286 (R;US) 
AEOD (Office for Analysis and Evaluation of Operational Data): 

1988 annual report, Power reactors, 15:2294 (R;US) 
New energy development, 15:2291 (RA;US) 
Oil, coal, and related issues, 15:2300 (RA;US) 
Summation of the conference in Hawaii as viewed from the 

Japanese side, 15:2293 (RA;US) 
Fossil-Fuel Power Plants 

Technology transfer, 15:818 (J;US) 
Industrial Plants 
The technical normative: Its importance in building innovation, 

1 5:2957 (J;JP;ln Italian) 
International Cooperation 

The DARPA manufacturing initiative in high temperature super- 
conductivity, 15:2923 (J;US) 
Investment 

Age of Asia and US-Japan cooperation, 1 5:2290 (RA;US) 
Lead-Acid Batteries 
Fuel oil price and inventory survey, 1987-1988 heating season: 

Final technical report, 15:1621 (R;US) 
Liquefied Natural Gas 

Oil, coal, and related issues, 15:2300 (RA;US) 
Nuclear Industry 
New directions in utilities, cogeneration, small scale power, 

15:2253 (B;US) 
Nuclear Power 
The Integral Fast Reactor concept: Today's hope for tomorrow's 

electrical energy needs, 15:2229 (R;US) 
Petroleum 

Status of US coal, 15:2302 (RA;US) 
Radioactive Waste Management 
Guidelines for waste management in Italy issued by the Italian 

regulatory body, 15:1605 (RA;US) 
Radwaste management in the Netherlands: a Dutch approach, 

15:1600 (RA;US) 
Research Programs 
Crystallization of glasses in the system BaO-Y/sub 2/O/sub 3/- 

CuO-B/sub 2/O/sub 3/, 15:810 (BA;US) 
Technology Transfer 
Photovoltaic technology, installed system and module cost, 

1 5:825 (BA;US) 
JET ENGINE FUELS 

A nonalgorithrnic review of uncertainty in electric-utility resource 

planning and decision making, 15:1277 (R;US) 
Interim emissions inventory for regional air quality studies, 

1 5:574 (R;US) 
JOINING 

Commercial land remote sensing market, 15:2226 (B;US) 
JORDAN 

Optimal energy prices in the oil glut and their impact on the Ital- 
ian economy, 15:746 (J;GB) 



K 



K-25 PLANT 

See ORGDP 
KELP 

See SEAWEEDS 



EAPA Vol. 15, Annual Index 1 37 



KEHTUCKY 



KENTUCKY ^ rtn 

Analysis of energy usage data for water heaters under load con- 
trol, 15:1088 (BA;US) 

KENYA . , 

Geographic tools for hazardous-waste sites: mapping, monitor- 
ing, and modeling, 15:1390 (D;US) 

Instrumentation applications for commercial building energy au- 
dits, 15:1185 (BA;US) 
KNOWLEDGE BASE 

Excess of information, dearth of knowledge, 15:116 (J;U5) 

KOREA (SOUTH) 

See REPUBLIC OF KOREA 
KUWAIT 

Controlling power systems during emergencies, 15:1813 (J;US) 

Fueling our transportation engines after the petroleum is gone, 
15:1 276 (BA;GB) 

Providing incentives for effective technology transfer, 15:1921 
(J;GB) 

Research and development of methods and tools for achieving 
and maintaining consensus processes in the face of change 
within and among government oversite agencies: First annual 
performance report: Research status, October 1988- 
September 1989, 15:1974 (R;KW) 



LABORATORIES 

A programmatic approach to achieving data quality objectives, 
15:1479 (R;US) 

Catalog of government inventions available for licensing - 1 989, 

15:1590 (R;US) 
LABORATORY EQUIPMENT 

Energy efficiency - the barriers and the opportunities, 15:1459 
(BA;US) 

Materials Sciences Programs: Fiscal year 1988, 15:800 (R;US) 

Regulations may dictate smaller route trucks, 15:1480 (J;US) 
LAKES 

See a/so GREAT LAKES 

Fiscal Year 1987 program report: Tennessee Water Resources 
Research Center, 15:1396 (R;US) 

Nature and extent of lead poisoning in children in the United 
States: a report to Congress. Final report, 15:382 (R;US) 

Water and the arid lands of the western United States, 15:1575 
(B;US) 

Water resources data for Minnesota, water year 1986. Volume 2. 
Upper Mississippi and Missouri River basins. Water-data report 
(Annual), 1 October 1985-30 September 1986, 1 5:1574 (R;US) 
LAND APPLICATION 

See GROUND DISPOSAL 
LAND FILLS 

See SANITARY LANDFILLS 
LAND LEASING 

Cost comparison of selected US and Australian coal mines, 
15:2641 (R;US) 

Federalism in action: Canadian and Australian offshore dis- 
putes compared, 15:512 (D;CA) 
LAND OWNERSHIP 

Role of input prices in the process of material substitution: the 

case for a more disaggregated approach, 15:1901 (J;US) 
LAND POLLUTION 

Fish as sentinels of environmental health. Technical memo, 
15:1 830 (R;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability 
study. Volume 4. Soil assessment: 2,3,7,8-TCDD 
(tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin). Final report, 15:378 (R;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study. Vol- 
ume 5. Peer review summary: TRC (Technical Review 
Committee) responses. Final report, 15:379 (R;US) 

Preliminary evaluation of initial TSCA (Toxic Substances Control 
Act) section 8(e) substantial risk notices. January 1 , 1 987 to 



LAND POLLUTION ABATEMENT 

Use this term for items that involve the prevention of formation 
of pollutants at the source. 

Best demonstrated and available technology (BOAT) back- 
ground document for K028, K029, K095, K096 (proposed) 
1 5:775 (R;US) 

Best demonstrated available technology (BOAT) background doc- 
ument for K011, K013, and K014 (proposed), 15:776 (R;US) 

Hospital-waste combustion study data-gathering phase. Final 

report, April 1987-August 1988, 15:777 (R;US) 
LAND POLLUTION CONTROL 

Use this term for items that involve the removal or management 
of pollutants after they are formed by a source. 

Natural reserve areas: ecology and preservation. January 1970- 
May 1989 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report for 
January 1970-May 1989, 15:2564 (R;US) 
LAND RECLAMATION 

A mechanistic model for leaching from low-level radioactive 
waste packages, 15:2216 (BA;US) 

Marketing renewable energy technologies, 1 5:728 (J;US) 

Promoting the commercialization of energy innovations: An 
evaluation of the Energy-Related Inventions Program, 
15:2220 (R;US) 

Retention, detention, and overland flow for pollutant removal 
from highway stormwater runoff: interim guidelines for man- 
agement measures. Final report, September 1985-June 1987, 
1 5:766 (R;US) 
LAND RESOURCES 

Role of input prices in the process of material substitution: the 

case for a more disaggregated approach, 15:1901 (J;US) 
LAND USE 

Environmental problematics in developed countries, 15:2898 
(J;US;ln Italian) 

Model system for strategic metropolitan energy studies, 15:2492 
(BA;GB) 

Role of input prices in the process of material substitution: the 

case for a more disaggregated approach, 15:1901 (J;US) 
LANDFILLS 

See SANITARY LANDFILLS 
LANTHANUM CHROMITES 

See LANTHANUM OXIDES 
LANTHANUM OXIDES 

Maglev,15:812(BA;US) 
LASER ISOTOPE SEPARATION 

Special isotope separation project, Idaho National Engineering 

Laboratory, Idaho Falls, Idaho, 15:26 (R;US) 
LASERS 

Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. 

See also X-RAY LASERS 

Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). 
Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 
(RCRA). Summary of data on municipal solid-waste-landfill 
leachate characteristics. Draft report, 15:249 (R;US) 

Productivity and technical change: US high-tech industries, 
1 5:364 (D;US) 

Strategic defense and directed-energy weapons, 15:5 (J;US) 
LATIN AMERICA 

See also CENTRAL AMERICA 
MEXICO 
SOUTH AMERICA 

Cogeneration vs. central power plants, 15:2711 (BA;US) 
LAWRENCE BERKELEY LABORATORY 

Biomedical and environmental sciences programs at the Oak 
Ridge National Laboratory, 15:1121 (R;US) 

Community legislation (to January 1988), 15:878 (J;US;ln Span- 
ish) 

Energy Division annual progress report for period ending 
September 30, 1988: Volume 2, 15:2577 (R;US) 

High-performance buildings, 15:114 (J;US) 
LAWRENCE LIVERMORE LABORATORY 

Benefits of clean coal technology, 15:608 (BA;US) 

Community legislation (to January 1988), 15:878 (J;US;ln Span- 



LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GASES 



Energy and Technology Review, November 1988, 15:1127 
(R;US) 

The MSSA consequence tables, 15:1156 (J;US) 

The future of arms control, 15:1592 (BA;US) 

The state of scientific research in Italy, 15:2921 (J;US;ln Italian) 

The state of the laboratory: Energy and technology review, July- 
August 1988, 15:111 (R;US) 

Waste processing, 15:1128 (J;US) 
LEACHATES 

Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). 
Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 
(RCRA). Case studies on ground-water and surface-water 
contamination from municipal solid-waste landfills. Draft re- 
port, 15:251 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). 
Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 
(RCRA). Updated review of selected provisions of state-solid 
waste regulations. Draft report, 15:250 (R;US) 
LEAD 

An agenda for the future, 15:1565 (J;US) 

Asbestos exposure: legislation, liability, and litigation. January 
1 985-February 1989 (Citations from the Biobusiness data 
base). Report for January 1 985-February 1989, 15:1382 
(R;US) 

Brookhaven Highlights, October 1, 1987-September 30, 1988, 
15:1578 (R;US) 

Chemical and physical characteristics of lakes in the northeast- 
ern United States, 15:381 (R;US) 

Childhood lead-exposure hazards. January 1978-February 1989 
(Citations from the Life Sciences Collection data base). Re- 
port for January 1978-February 1989, 15:1380 (R;US) 

Clean Air Act Amendments (Part 1). Hearing before the Sub- 
committee on Health and the Environment of the Committee 
on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One 
Hundredth Congress, First Session on H.R. 2521, H.R. 3054 
and H.R. 3196, September 23, 1987, 15:2885 (B;US) 

Drinking-Water Standards and Regulations. Volume 2. Manual 
for 1982-88, 15:383 (R;US) 

Lead exposure: occupational health hazards. January 1978- 
February 1989 (Citations from the Life Sciences Collection 
data base). Report for January 1978-February 1989, 15:1381 
(R;US) 

Looking down the road: the environmental side of the 1990s 
and beyond, 15:1197 (BA;US) 

Radon and radon daughters in the etiology of lung cancer among 

zinc-lead miners in Southwest Missouri, 15:1111 (BA;US) 
LEAD-ACID BATTERIES 

Battery shipment review and five-year forecast, 15:1619 (J;US) 

Designing and developing batteries for tomorrow's vehicles, 
15:1616(J;US) 

Examination of the importance of decision-choice criteria in the 
industrial purchase of occupational health programs, 15:1106 
(D;US) 

Fuel oil price and inventory survey, 1987-1988 heating season: 
Final technical report, 15:1621 (R;US) 

Lead-acid battery industry in Malaysia, 15:1618 (J;US) 

Looking down the road: the environmental side of the 1990s 

and beyond, 15:1197 (BA;US) 
LEAD-FREE GASOLINE 

See UNLEADED GASOLINE 
LEASES 

Forecasting of mine price for central Appalachian steam coal, 

15:323 (J;US) 
LEGAL ASPECTS 

Fusion: A necessary component of US energy policy: Revision 

1, 15:11 94 (R;US) 
LEGISLATION 

Hydro '88: incorporating third international conference on small 
hydro conference papers, 15:1084 (B;US) 

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act compliance at the 

Hanford Site, 15:1195 (R;US) 
LEGISLATIVE PROGRAMS 

See LEGISLATION 



LEVITATED TRAINS 

Cryogenic systems for detectors and particle accelerators, 
15:813(BA;US) 

Department of Energy Defense Programs Environmental 

Restoration Program update, 15:1 136 (R;US) 
LIABILITIES 

Environmental Information Management Plan, 15:1384 (R;US) 

Political economy of smog in southern California, 15:1 393 (D;US) 
LIBYA 

Higher oil prices: Can OPEC raise prices by cutting produc- 
tion?, 15:301 2 (D;US) 
LIFE (SERVICE) 

See SERVICE LIFE 
LIGHTING SYSTEMS 

Automatic meter reading: an important subset to demand-side 
management programs, 15:2410 (RA;US) 

Availability improvement by minimizing repeat boiler tube fail- 
ures, 15:717(BA;US) 

Energy conservation through building design. October 1984- 
April 1989 (Citations from the NTIS data base). Report for 
October 1 984- April 1 989, 15:2607 (R;US) 

Hydropower planning in Developing Countries, 15:532 (J;US) 

Meeting the competition - a joint action DSM program, 15:2424 
(RA;US) 

Report of the Office of Energy. Project evaluation and imple- 
mentation, 15:1624 (R;US) 

Reports published by the Gas Research Institute in the area of 
residential/commercial appliances and space conditioning: bib- 
liography and abstracts. Update through 1988, 15:2949 (R;US) 
LIGHTNING 

A model for fast switching transients in power systems, 15:2721 
(J;US) 

Analysis of electrical interference from power lines to gas 
pipelines part I, 15:2726 (J;US) 

Inhomogeneous field breakdown in GIS (gas insulated 
swrtchgear). The prediction of breakdown probabilities and 
voltages. Part III, 15:1036 (J;US) 

Intelligent utility meter system, 15:1772 (P;US) 

Monitoring load control at the feeder level using high speed 
monitoring equipment, 15:1293 (J;US) 

Natural and artificially-initiated lightning and lightning test stan- 
dards, 15:1771 (J;US) 
LIGNITE 

Coprocessing with petroleum resid and Martin Lake Lignite, 
1 5:913 (J;US) 

Effect of coal concentration on coprocessing performance, 
1 5:914 (J;US) 

Household energy conservation: a review of the federal resi- 
dential conservation service, 15:478 (J;DD) 

Increasing U.S. coal exports - Fact or fiction, 15:1245 (BA;US) 

Measuring relative market power in the Western U.S. coal mar- 
ket using Shapley values, 15:2024 (J;US) 
LIME-LIMESTONE WET SCRUBBING PROCESSES 

Increasing U.S. coal exports - Fact or fiction, 15:1245 (BA;US) 
LIMERICK-1 REACTOR 

Limerick, Pennsylvania, USA 

State cost sharing of training: A Task Force report, 15:2800 

(R;US) 
LIMERICK-2 REACTOR 

Limerick, Pennsylvania, USA 

State cost sharing of training: A Task Force report, 15:2800 

(R;US) 
LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS 

Gas-processing industry shows signs of maturity, 1 5:301 5 (J;US) 

Hazardous-materials transportation. September 1982- 
September 1 988 (Citations from the COMPENDEX data base). 
Report for September 1982-September 1988, 15:78 (R;US) 

Natural gas production capability will increase by 1990, 15:201 
(J;US) 

Oil, coal, and related issues, 15:2300 (RA;US) 
LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GASES 

Supply structure changed in German energy demand in 1986, 
1 5:482 (J;US) 



The prospects for coal briquetting in the Third World, 15:2651 

(J;US) 
LIQUID ASPHALT 

See PETROLEUM RESIDUES 
LIQUID FUELS 

Sea also FUEL OILS 
GASOHOL 
GASOLINE 

Black locust, 15:1996 (BA;US) 
Coal preparation and the clean coal technology program, 

15:919(BA;US) 
LIQUID METAL TEST FACILITIES 

See TEST FACILITIES 
LITHIUM 

Thermal limits for passive safety of fusion reactors, 15:1568 

(J;US) 
LITHIUM COMPLEXES 

Enforcement actions: Significant actions resolved: Quarterly 

progress report, October-December 1988, 15:1193 (R;US) 
LMFBR TYPE REACTORS 

Nuclear regulation, 15:2230 (R;US) 
LNG 

See LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS 
LNG INDUSTRY 

Industrial cooperation in the field of LPG, 15:940 (B;US) 
Natural gas production capability will increase by 1990, 15:201 

(J;US) 
LOAD (DYNAMIC) 

See DYNAMIC LOADS 
LOAD ANALYSIS 

A spread spectrum communication system for load manage- 
ment and distribution automation, 15:1290 (J;US) 
Evaluation of a local DC load flow screening method for branch 

contingency selection of overloads, 15:524 (J;US) 
Scheduling of generation in deficit power systems, 15:1306 (J;US) 
LOAD CHARACTERISTICS 
See LOAD ANALYSIS 
LOAD MANAGEMENT 

Methods to integrate demand and supply options and an evalu- 
ation of least cost planning models: US Department of 
Energy Least-Cost Utility Planning program integrated utility 
planning, 15:1670 (R;US) 
Modal dynamic equivalent for electric power systems. Part II, 

15:975 (J;US) 

US Department of Energy least-cost utility planning program in- 
tegrated utility planning: Final report, 15:1506 (R;US) 
Algorithms 

A new generalized approach to fault analysis of high phase or- 
der transmission systems, 15:1045 (J;US) 
An evaluation of alternative load measurement frameworks for 

resource planning, 15:1745 (J;US) 
Availability analysis in a cable transmission system with repair 

restrictions, 15:682 (J;US) 
Real-time digital simulator of the electromagnetic transients of 

power transmission lines, 15:1767 (J;US) 
AudKs 
Short-term thermal unit commitment - A new method, 15:1302 

(J;US) 

Bibliographies 
A new general estimation curve for predicting the impulse 

impedance of concentrated earth electrodes, 15:673 (J;US) 
C Codies 
COOLAID: A market assessment tool for cool storage systems, 

1 5:2677 (RA;US) 

COOLGEN: A competitive assessment tool for cogene ra- 
tion/absorption systems, 1 5:2678 (RA;US) 
Experience using commend, 15:2675 (RA;US) 
Interruptible/curtailable rate programs: issues in the develop- 
ment of customer credits, 15:2679 (RA;US) 
Computer Calculations 

Auditing control performance of interconnected areas utilizing 
the components concept and its decomposition and evalua- 
tion techniques, 15:1301 (J;US) 
Energy conservation for low-income households, 15:1307 (J;US) 



Computer Codes 

A new multi-area production costing method, 15:529 (J;US) 
Computerized Control Systems 

Buffer system selection of a steady-state external equivalent 
model for real-time power flow using an automated sensitivity 
analysis procedure, 15:693 (J;US) 
Large-scale optimal power flow, 15:1755 (J;US) 
Real-time monitoring, optimization and control of a hydroelectric 

generation complex, 15:2455 (B;US) 
Voluntary residential time-of-use rates, 15:1711 (B;US) 
Computerized Simulation 
Load control experiments with heat pumps during the winter, 

15:1519(B;US) 

Understanding customer decisions, 15:1714 (BA;US) 
Control Systems 
Backup control centers justification, requirements, emergency 

planning, and drills, 15:1738 (J;US) 

Determinants of measured energy consumption in public hous- 
ing, 15:1048 (J;US) 
Control Theory 
The mixture of normals approximation technique for equivalent 

load duration curves, 15:1305 (J;US) 
Data Acquisition Systems 
Impact of automation on the reliability of the Athens Utilities 

Board's distribution system, 15:1294 (J;US) 
Data Analysis 

Electric alternatives to cogeneration, 15:2686 (RA;US) 
Optimum electric utility spot price determinations for small 
power producing facilities operating under PURPA provisions, 
15:1031 (J;US) 
Decision Making 
Scenario planning at Florida power and light company, 15:716 

(BA;US) 

Economic Impact 
Hourly electric load model (HELM) (RP-1955): model overview 

and transfer, 15:2684 (RA;US) 
Electric Batteries 
An adaptive controller for power system load-frequency control, 

15:1 726 (J;US) 
Evaluation 

Cost of electrical power system losses for use in economic eval- 
uations, 15:1746(J;US) 
Experiment Planning 
Competitiveness of deregulated bulk-power markets, 15:1520 

(D;US) 

Experimental Data 

Distribution automation applications software for the Athens Util- 
ities Board, 15:1286 (J;US) 
Expert Systems 

A guide to annual marketing planning: Final report, 15:665 (R;US) 
A load frequency control algorithm based on a generalized ap- 
proach, 15:1304 (J;US) 
F Codes 

DSM commercial customer acceptance, 15:2668 (RA;US) 
Look at FORECAST MASTER, 15:2667 (RA;US) 
Financial Incentives 
Overview of utility commercial-sector DSM programs, 15:2362 

(RA;US) 
Forecasting 

Effect of small random perturbations on power systems dynam- 
ics and its reliability evaluation, 15:1730 (J;US) 
H Codes 

Generalizing end-use load data analysis, 1 5:2685 (RA;US) 
(Codes 
End-use forecasting models for the agricultural sector, 1 5:2672 

(RA;US) 
Indexes 

Electric power monthly, August 1 988, 1 5:334 (R;US) 
Monitoring 

Electric-utility energy-efficiency and load-management pro- 
grams: Resources for the 1990s, 15:2692 (R;US) 
Market share simulator demonstration, 15:2670 (RA;US) 



1 40 EAPA Vol. 15, Annual Index 



Optimization 

Investigations of the frequency and voltage dependence of load 
part systems using a digital self-acting measuring and identifi- 
cation system, 15:1721 (J;US) 
Planning 

A framework for Integrated Resource Planning, 1 5:3052 (J;US) 
An adaptive nonlinear predictor with orthogonal escalator struc- 
ture for short-term load forecasting, 15:1729 (J;US) 
COMET model: A system to forecast end-use technology com- 
petitiveness, 15:2676 (RA;US) 
Developing an integrated value-based planning process, 

15:2681 (RA;US) 

Market utility planning primer, 15:2682 (RA;US) 
R Codes 

COMMEND: The commercial sector end use data and forecast- 
ing framework, 15:2674 (RA;US) 
Research Programs 
Selecting DSM program monitoring and evaluation techniques, 

1 5:2669 (RA;US) 
Utility energy strategies: the role of efficiency, productivity, and 

conservation, 15:2420 (RA;US) 
Seasonal Variations 

Voltage drop constrained restoration of supply by switch opera- 
tion in distribution systems, 15:705 (J;US) 
Simulators 

Detection of topology errors by state estimation, 15:1733 (J;US) 
Surveys 

Residential customer preference and behavior: Market segmen- 
tation using CLASSIFYtrademark: Final report, 15:1316(R;US) 
Voltage drop constrained restoration of supply by switch opera- 
tion in distribution systems, 15:705 (J;US) 
a Codes 

New REEPS PC model, 15:2673 (RA;US) 
LOADS (STATIC) 

See STATIC LOADS 
LOBBIES 

See INTEREST GROUPS 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

Energy security in a competitive world, 15:2181 (R;US) 
Exploration slack in mature areas, new producers more active, 

1 5:2648 (J;US) 
LOCUST TREES 

Alaska North Slope natural gas marketing systems: decisions 
under uncertainty and the cost of regulation, 15:1997 (D;US) 
LONG WAVE RADIATION 

Discrete and continuous-choice valuation of a hazardous-waste 

site's removal, 15:1844 (D;US) 
LOS ALAMOS 

Community legislation (to January 1988), 15:878 (J;US;ln Span- 
ish) 
PRESTO-II computer code for safety assessment on shallow 

land disposal of low-level wastes, 15:2218 (BA; US) 
LOS ANGELES 

Building Physics research and development 1984-88, 15:1454 

(R;US) 

L.A. to E.P.A.: don't hold your breath, 15:93 (J;US) 
LOSSES (ENERGY) 

See ENERGY LOSSES 
LOUISIANA 

Some effects of rate regulation of the electric-utility industry in 

the United States, 1960-1979, 15:1526 (D;US) 
LOW BTU GAS 

150 to 250 Btu/fi 3 

Processing municipal solid waste with Westinghouse/O'Connor 
technology for disposal and energy recovery, 15:2155 (BA;US) 
LOW FREQUENCY RADIATION 

See LONG WAVE RADIATION 
LOW INCOME GROUPS 

Profiles of foreign direct investment in US energy, 1987, 15:550 

(R;US) 
Saudi Arabia (5). Political economics of its development and 

petroleum, 15:743 (J;US;ln Japanese) 
LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTES 

Air pollution control and energy use in China, 15:2797 (RA;US) 



Effects of the Low-Level Waste Policy Amendments Act of 1985 

on nuclear utilities' strategies, 15:1603 (RA;US) 
Effects of vegetation and soil-surface cover treatments on the 

hydrologic behavior of low-level waste trench caps, 15:2217 

(BA;US) 

International survey of spent fuel management policies and ac- 
tivities, 15:1 604 (RA;US) 
New York State Assembly Committee on Energy: 1988 annual 

report, 15:1 639 (R;US) 
PRESTO-II computer code for safety assessment on shallow 

land disposal of low-level wastes, 15:2218 (BA;US) 
Progress and problems in the Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial 

Action Program and Surplus Facilities Management Program, 

15:221 5 (BA;US) 
Radiation accidents and the radiology department, 15:430 

(BA;US) 
Remedial action progress by the U.S. Department of Energy in 

New Jersey, 15:2219 (BA;US) 

Review of the environmental survey program, 15:2204 (R;US) 
Status report groundwater: the challenge for UMTRA comple- 
tion, 15:21 89 (RA;US) 

Unexamined questions about SDI, 15:448 (J;US) 
Yucca Mountain Project bibliography, July-December 1988: An 

update: Civilian Radioactive Waste Management Program, 

15:1 608 (R;US) 
LP-GAS 

See LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GASES 
LPG INDUSTRY 

Daugaz, a computerized data base serving the gas industry, 

15:941 (B;US) 
LUBRICANTS 

See also LUBRICATING OILS 

Innovative financing for future petroleum industry requirements, 

15:1 257 (B;US) 
LUBRICATING OILS 

United States lubricant demand, 15:1256 (B;US) 
LUMINOUS FLUX DENSITY 

See ILLUMINANCE 
LUNGS 

Carbon monoxide safety shutoff, 15:2560 (J;US) 

Depletion theory of exhaustible resources: a case study of 

Saudi Arabia, 15:1 112 (D;US) 
LWBR TYPE REACTORS 

The Integral Fast Reactor concept: Today's hope for tomorrow's 

electrical energy needs, 15:2229 (R;US) 



M 

MAGNETIC FIELDS 

Economic evaluation of dynamic thermal rating by adaptive fore- 
casting, 15:677 (J;US) 

Greenhouse effect: impacts and policies, 15:1857 (J;US) 
Preserving and protecting monuments and historical sites, 

15:1867 (J;US) 
MAGNETIC LEVITATED TRAINS 

See LEVITATED TRAINS 
MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC GENERATORS 

See MHD GENERATORS 
MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMICS 

Building design: Technologies for the future environment, 

15:1 587 (R;US) 
MAHOGANY TREES 

See TREES 
MAINE 

The combustion of MSW-derived low-Btu gas in an internal 

combustion engine, 15:2154 (BA;US) 
MALAYA 

See MALAYSIA 
MALAYSIA 

Advanced Utility Simulation Model (AUSM): State-level projec- 
tions of required electrical generation and sources of supply, 
1 5:736 (R;GB) 
Battery shipment review and five-year forecast, 15:1619 (J;US) 



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Taiwan: Asia Pacific energy series: Country report, 15:731 

(R;US) 
MALI 

Separate water metering of flats: lecture notes, 1 5:2562 (R;US) 
MALIGNANCIES 

See NEOPLASMS 
MANGANESE 

Surface mining, 15:2902 (R;US) 
MANGANESE OXIDES 

Structural details for wind design, 15:590 (R;US) 
MANHATTAN PROJECT 

International mineral economics, 15:955 (B;US) 
MANITOBA 

An expert system for voltage and reactive power control of a 

power system, 15:997 (J;US) 
Some aspects of generating unit availability models, 15:1514 

(J;CA) 
MANUFACTURERS 

Developmental state programs for institutional conservation: 
Ohio Public Facilities Maintenance Association Final report, 
1 5:858 (R;US) 
Subway-tunnel energy study. Final report, 1985-1988, 15:630 

(R;US) 
MANUFACTURING 

S&e also COMPUTER-AIDED MANUFACTURING 

ARIMA forecasting techniques: Energy consumption in Italy 

time series, 15:3068 (J;US;ln Italian) 
Naval Research Laboratory 1986 review, 15:265 (R;US) 
Occupational literacy as a variable construct in the mineral ex- 
traction/energy and service industries, 15:1097 (D;US) 
Structural model for the Saudi Arabian economy: a monetary 

approach, 15:1 347 (D;US) 

Superconducting Super Collider: Final environmental impact 
statement: Volume 2, Comment/response document: A, Com- 
ments: 3, Letters postmarked after 10/17/88, 15:365 (R;US) 
Technology transfer: Monsanto experience, 15:1923 (J;US) 
MANUFACTURING FACILITIES 
See INDUSTRIAL PLANTS 
MARGINAL-COST PRICING 

Performance of the public sector energy utilities between 1968 

and 1978, 15:2489 (BA;GB) 
MARGINS 

See PROFITS 
MARINE DISPOSAL 

Assessing contractor use in Superfund. A background paper of 
OTA's (Office of Technology Assessment) assessment on Su- 
perfund implementation, 15:1363 (R;US) 
Reclamation Ground Water Management and Technical Assis- 
tance Study Act of 1988. US Senate, One Hundredth 
Congress, Second Session, August 25, 1988, 15:2851 (B;US) 
Review of technical documents supporting revisions to the 
portion of EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) ocean- 
dumping regulations relating to the ocean disposal of dredged 
materials. Report of the Environmental Engineering Commit- 
tee. Final report, 15:76 (R;US) 
MARINE ECOSYSTEMS 

See AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS 
MARINE INSURANCE 

See INSURANCE 
MARINE SURVEYS 

Accelerating discrete energy efficiency investments through 

third party financing, 15:2494 (BA;US) 
MARKET 

See also SPOT MARKET 

How price linkage ties world oil markets, 15:1214 (J;US) 
MARKET PENETRATION 

See MARKETING RESEARCH 
MARKET SHARES 
See MARKET 
MARKETING 

International cooperative research in forest biomass production, 
15:21 85 (BA;US) 



MARKETING RESEARCH 

Estimating the cost impacts of transit-service contracting. Final 
report, 15:239(R;US) 

Industrial end-use planning methodology (INDEPTH), 15:2671 
(RA;US) 

International workshop on innovative DSM [demand-side man- 
agement] techniques: Proceedings, 15:1675 (R;US) 
MARYLAND 

Fiscal Year 1987 program report: South Carolina Water Re- 
sources Research Institute, 15:371 (R;US) 

Maryland long-term stream-chemistry monitoring program. Vol- 
ume 1 . Program design, 15:370 (R;US) 

Report to Congress: Indian waste-water treatment needs and 

assistance, 15:2539 (R;US) 
MASS TRANSIT SYSTEMS 

Building Physics research and development 1984-88, 15:1454 
(R;US) 

Saudi Arabia (5). Political economics of its development and 
petroleum, 15:743 (J;US;ln Japanese) 

Urban Transportation Abstracts. Volume 6, No. 2 - Winter 
1987/1988. Report for December 1987-August 1988, 15:2602 

(R;US) 
Buses 

Dictionary of energy, 1 5:293 (B;US) 

Energy conservation strategies in urban transportation, 15:1469 

(J;GB) 

Competition 

Privatization of public transit. Final report, 15:153 (R;US) 
Urban parking. January 1970-September 1988 (Citations from 
the NTIS data base). Report for January 1970-September 
1988, 15:157(R;US) 
Contractors 

The LLNLAJC Davis Dialogue Project: Final report, 1 5:240 (R;US) 
Economic Analysis 

Irrigation efficiency and production energy efficiency of tradi- 
tional and modern farms in the AI-Hassa Oasis, Saudi Arabia, 
15:2954 (D;US) 
Energy Conservation 

Energy use analysis for the Federal Energy Management Pro- 
gram, 15:158 (R;US) 
Financial Incentives 

Mobile Energy Laboratory Use Plan, 15:1458 (R;US) 
Financing 
Investigation into the establishment of a corporation for energy 

financing. Final report, 15:557 (R;US) 

Transportation planning and automated guideways. Transporta- 
tion research record, 15:1628 (R;US) 
Forecasting 

Integrating analytical tactics into New York State's weatheriza- 
tion assistance program: project findings. Final report, 15:632 
(R;US) 

Hybrid Systems 

Federal Building Life-Cycle Cost (FBLCC) Program (for micro- 
computers). Software, 15:1456 (R;US) 
institutional Factors 
Urban Transportation Abstracts. Volume 6, No. 1 - Summer 

1987. Report for April-November 1987, 15:290 (R;US) 
Management 
Planning techniques for intercity transportation services. Final 

report, 15:1 953 (R;US) 
Ownership 

Airport shared-ride taxi programs in New York, Chicago and 
Boston. Final report, September 1978-June 1982, 15:155 
(R;US) 

Private-sector contracting for transit services: operator hand- 
book, 15:154(R;US) 
The use of growth curves in forecasting interfuel substitution 

processes, 15:637 (J;US) 
Planning 

Expanding the use of private-sector providers in rural, small ur- 
ban, and suburban areas. Final report, 15:636 (R;US) 
Methanol Bus Program data analysis report. Interim report, 
September 1987-June 1988, 15:1629 (R;US) 



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Productivity 

Evaluation of the public-transportation network: diffusion of 
innovative transit practices. Final report, January 1983- 
December 1985, 15:469 (R;US) 
Program Management 

Evaluating office lighting environments: Second-level analysis 
1 5:2948 (R;US) 

Evaluation of the cost-effectiveness of HOV (high occupancy 
vehicle) lanes, 1 988. Technical report, 15:470 (R;US) 

HRIS (Highway Research Information Service) Abstracts. Vol- 
ume 21, Number 2 - Summer 1988, 15:2604 (R;US) 

Thermal and economic analysis of three HVAC (heating, venti- 
lating, and air conditioning) system types in a typical VA 
(Veterans Administration) patient facility, 15:2605 (R;US) 
Public Information 

HRIS (Highway Research Information Service) Abstracts. Vol- 
ume 20, Number 4 - Winter 1987, 15:2603 (R;US) 
Recommendations 

Improving transit productivity and cost-effectiveness: a review 

of promising strategies. Final report, 15:468 (R;US) 
Regional Cooperation 

Energy efficient investments through third party financing -the 

Italian situation, 15:1954 (BA;US) 
Research Programs 

Bus-maintenance analysis study. Final report, 15:292 (R;US) 

Commuter, regional, and rail transit: research and analysis. 
Transportation Research Record, 15:1626 (R;US) 

HRIS (Highway Research Information Service) Abstracts. Vol- 
ume 20, Number 3 - Fall 1987, 15:291 (R;US) 

Transit management and replacement capital planning. Trans- 
portation research record, 15:1627 (R;US) 
MASSACHUSETTS 

Biogasification of sorghum, 15:2163 (BA;US) 

Cape Cod Aquifer Management Project (CAMP). Executive 
summary, 15:1367 (R;US) 

Cape Cod Aquifer Management Project (CCAMP): demonstra- 
tion of a geographic information system for ground water 
protection, 15:1369 (R;US) 

Cape Cod Aquifer Management Project (CCAMP): guide to con- 
tamination sources for wellhead protection. Draft report, 
15:1368 (R;US) 

Decision-making model for the selection of appropriate energy 
technologies in the Caribbean Basin, 15:1423 (D;US) 

EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) must continue to moni- 
tor research in the field of non-ionizing radiation research and 
provide technical support and assistance to other government 
agencies. Final report, 1 5:395 (R;US) 

Energy implications of urbanization in the third world, 15:2468 
(BA;US) 

Evaluation of asbestos levels in two schools before and after as- 
bestos removal. Final report, 15:1833 (R;US) 

Massachusetts photovoltaic initiatives, 15:2162 (BA;US) 

No migration variances to the hazardous-waste land-disposal 
prohibitions: a guidance manual for petitioners. Draft report, 
15:1370 (R;US) 

Operation of an on-line substation diagnosis system, 15:1021 
(J;US) 

Opportunities to assist developing countries in the proper use of 
agricultural and industrial chemicals. Report of the Committee 
on Health and Environment. Volume 1. Research pa- 
per(Final), 15:1831 (R;US) 
MATERIAL SUBSTITUTION 

Long-term substitution dynamics of basic materials in manufac- 
ture, 15:264 (J;US) 

Mineral project selection and economic development: the case 
of Namibia, 15:1903 (J;US) 

Naval Research Laboratory 1986 review, 15:265 (R;US) 

Substitution trends for raw materials in short supply?, 15:1902 

(J;US) 
MATERIALS 

See also BUILDING MATERIALS 

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 
RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS 



RAW MATERIALS 
TOXIC MATERIALS 
Biomedical and environmental sciences programs at the Oak 

Ridge National Laboratory, 15:1121 (R;US) 
Chemical Technology Division: Progress report, January 1, 

1987-0une30, 1988, 15:801 (R;US) 
Program development fund: FY 1987, 15:2576 (R;US) 
Underground coal gasification program plan, FY 1989, 15:1908 

(R;US) 
MATERIALS (BUILDING) 

See BUILDING MATERIALS 
MAURITANIA 

Separate water metering of flats: lecture notes, 15:2562 (R;US) 
MEASURING INSTRUMENTS 

Use of a more specific term is recommended. 

Protection of the natural environment in the activities of the Chief 

Office of Mining Study and Design, 15:779 (J;US;ln Polish) 
MEDIATION 

Ground-water contamination from waste-management sites: 
Interaction between risk-based engineering design and regu- 
latory policy, 15:2894 (D;CA) 
MEDICAL CENTERS 

See MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENTS 
MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENTS 
See also HOSPITALS 
Best demonstrated available technology (BOAT) background 

document for K009 and K010 (proposed), 15:774 (R;US) 
Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). 
Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 
(RCRA). Summary of data on municipal solid-waste-landfill 
leachate characteristics. Draft report, 15:249 (R;US) 
MEDICINES 

See DRUGS 
MELTDOWN 

Energy industry with reference to national necessities and mar- 
ket freedom EEC-wide, 15:1342 (J;FI;ln German) 
MERCURY 

Radon and radon daughters in the etiology of lung cancer among 

zinc-lead miners in Southwest Missouri, 15:1111 (BA;US) 
METAL INDUSTRY 

Changes in domestic demand for primary metals due to eco- 
nomic growth, technology change, and change in composition 
of final demand. Open File report (Final), 15:105 (R;US) 
District heating and cooling technology transfer program: Final 

report, 15:1404 (R;US) 

Industry warms to superconductivity, 15:442 (J;US) 
Looking down the road: the environmental side of the 1990s 

and beyond, 15:1197 (BA;US) 

Naval Research Laboratory 1986 review, 15:265 (R;US) 
Radiative heat transfer in particle-laden combustion systems, 

1 5:2952 (BA;US) 

Tin occurrences near Rocky Mountain (Lime Peak), East- 
Central Alaska, 15:792 (B;US) 
METALLURGY 

Use of a more specific term is recommended; see also EX- 
TRACTIVE METALLURGY or FABRICATION. 
Biomedical and environmental sciences programs at the Oak 

Ridge National Laboratory, 15:1121 (R;US) 
METALS 

See also ALUMINIUM 
CADMIUM 
LEAD 
MERCURY 
TIN 
ZINC 

Changes in domestic demand for primary metals due to eco- 
nomic growth, technology change, and change in composition 
of final demand. Open File report (Final), 15:105 (R;US) 
Developing a mathematical-model system for the Rhine: Mouse 

estuary, 15:434 (R;US) 
Great and fragile lakes, 15:94 (J;US) 

Handling and management of hazardous materials and wastes, 
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METALS 



Market and investment analysis of the minerals and metals in- 
dustry, 15:791 (B;US) 

Once more, with compliance (Regulation of toxic air pollutants), 
15:96 (J;US) 

Status report vicinity property remedial action standards, verifi- 
cation and certification, 15:2508 (RA;US) 
METHANE 

Air conditioner model study using Athens load control experi- 
ment data, 15:1505 (R;US) 

Design, operation, and economics of an anaerobic digestion 
system on a dairy farm in Puerto Rico, 15:1809 (BA;US) 

Development and utilization of a computer model for economic 
analysis of biomass-methane fermentation systems, 15:1807 
(BA;US) 

Emergency use of simple inexpensive gasifiers for farms, ma- 
chinery, trucks, and fishing boats, 15:2164 (BA;US) 

Major new foreign exploration plays during 1983-1987, 15:660 
(B;US) 

Marketing renewable energy technologies, 15:728 (J;US) 

Municipal solid waste processing by steam classification (Hol- 
loway process), 15:2463 (BA;US) 

Oil export and economic growth in Nigeria, 15:51 (D;US) 

Promotion of solar energy in Taiwan, 15:1074 (BA;US) 

RefCoM, 15:1 808 (BA;US) 
METHANOL 

Black Hills versus Weinberger: how useful is it for other Air 
Force bases to competitively acquire electricity. Student re- 
port, 15:209 (R;US) 

Comparative economic analysis of composting, biological gasifi- 
cation and mass burning of municipal solid waste, 15:1811 
(BA;US) 

Cost goals forbiofuels technologies, 15:1805 (BA;US) 

US statutes of general interest to safeguards and security offi- 
cers, 1 5:2288 (R;US) 
METHANOL FUELS 

Pure methanol, methanol-water mixtures, or methanol with addi- 
tives; for methanol-gasoline mixtures, use GASOHOL 

Administration of the Radiation Control for Health and Safety 
Act of 1968, Public Law 90-602, (1987 annual report). Report 
for January-December 1987, 15:248 (R;US) 

Alternative-fuels market development: Elements of a transition 
strategy, 15:2730 (RA;US) 

Cost of making methanol available to a national market, 
15:2731 (RA;US) 

Energetic approach towards affordable transportation, 15:1630 
(R;US) 

Market-based transit-facility design. Final report, 15:2601 (R;US) 

Production of methanol from biomass, 15:1804 (BA;US) 

Timing of methanol supply and demand: implications for alter- 
native transportation fuel policies, 15:2729 (RA;US) 

Trash to energy: a burning issue, 1 5:2732 (RA;US) 
METHYL ALCOHOL 

See METHANOL 
METHYL-FUEL 

See METHANOL 
METROPOLITAN AREAS 

See URBAN AREAS 
MEXICO 

Energy Law'88 Proceedings, 15:1223 (B;US) 

Energy policy and the Reagan administration, 15:1979 (J;US) 

Potential for renewable energy applications in Southern Africa, 
15:1077 (BA;GB) 

Supply structure changed in German energy demand in 1986, 

15:482(J;US) 
MHD GENERATORS 

See a/so COAL-FIRED MHD GENERATORS 

The United States Congress and alternative transportation fuel 

development, 15:1242 (BA;US) 
MICHIGAN 

Alaska North Slope natural gas marketing systems: decisions 
under uncertainty and the cost of regulation, 15:1997 (D;US) 

Analysis of Michigan's demand-side electricity resources in the 
residential sector: Volume 3, End-use studies: Revised final 
report, 15:21 37 (R;US) 



Analysis of energy usage data for water heaters under load con- 
trol, 15:1 088 (BA;US) 
MICROBIAL FLORA 

See MICROORGANISMS 
MICROFLORA 

See MICROORGANISMS 
MICROORGANISMS 
See also BACTERIA 
Determination of the effectiveness and proper funding level of 

safety programs, 15:2206 (RA;US) 
MICROPROCESSORS 

Determination of load block compositions in load-shedding 

schemes, 15:1029 (J;US) 

Guaranteed rates: a marketable option?, 15:2076 (RA;US) 
Meeting future electricity needs, 15:2115 (J;US) 
Optimum electric utility spot price determinations for small 
power producing facilities operating under PURPA provisions, 
15:1031 (J;US) 
Productivity and technical change: US high-tech industries, 

1 5:364 (D;US) 
MICROWAVE EQUIPMENT 

Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). 
Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 
(RCRA). Summary of data on municipal solid-waste-landfill 
leachate characteristics. Draft report, 15:249 (R;US) 
Rights and rights of nuclear energy, 15:620 (J;US) 
MIDDLE DISTILLATES 

See PETROLEUM DISTILLATES 
MIDDLE EAST 

See a/so IRAN 
IRAQ 
KUWAIT 

PEOPLES DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF YEMEN 
TURKEY 

YEMEN ARAB REPUBLIC 

Controlling power systems during emergencies, 15:1813 (J;US) 
Energy severance taxes, 1972-1987, 15:2176 (R;US) 
Incentives, technology, and EOR, 15:1664 (J;US) 
Natural gas monthly, July 1988, 15:172 (R;US) 
Social impact of hydrocarbon development on two northern Arc- 
tic communities, 15:1494 (D;US) 
MILITARY FACILITIES 

Commercial nuclear power 1989: Prospects for the United 

States and the world, 15:2960 (R;US) 
Energy use in Chinese industry, 15:2945 (RA;US) 
Evaluation of the effectiveness of ceiling fans for reducing heating 

requirements in Army facilities. Final report, 15:1449 (R;US) 
Federal hazard ranking system (Mitre Model): improving its use 

with multi-attribute decision analysis, 15:1108 (D;US) 
Financing for the future: changing roles in mass transit. Final re- 
port, 15:556 (R;US) 

Genesee River Basin study. Volume 1 . Main report. Final feasi- 
bility report, 15:210(R;US) 
Illumination conditions and task visibility in daylit spaces, 

15:2606 (R;US) 
Improved planning and programming for energy-efficient new 

Army facilities. Final report, 15:1448 (R;US) 
Making shared energy savings work. Final report, 15:463 (R;US) 
National Energy Accounts, 1958-1985. Technical report (Final), 

15:2750 (R;US) 

Preventing fraud and abuse in low income weatherization pro- 
grams: The proceedings of the EORI [Economic Opportunity 
Research Institute] Roundtable, 15:464 (R;US) 
Remedial technology screening method, 15:2785 (RA;US) 
Tenth annual report to Congress and the Secretary of Energy on 
the Nationwide Energy Extension Service Program, 15:1450 
(R;US) 
MILITARY PERSONNEL 

Environmental radiation monitoring during visits of nuclear- 
powered warships to Australian ports, 15:446 (RjUS) 
MILITARY STRATEGY 

Introduction to the journal of Glenn T. Seaborg, Chairman of the 
US Atomic Energy Commission, 1961-1971, 15:1138 (R;US) 



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Effects of the proposed EPA groundwater standards on the Ura- 
nium Mill Tailings Remedial Action Project, 15:2190 (RA;US) 
Policies to encourage private sector responses to potential cli- 
mate change, 15:2795 (R;US) 
Repository Technology Program activities, FY 1988, 15:2624 

(R;US) 
Status report for the working group on hazardous and mixed 

waste, 1 5:2792 (RA;US) 

Status report vicinity property remedial action standards, verifi- 
cation and certification, 15:2508 (RA;US) 
Surface contamination guidelines, 15:2198 (RA;US) 
UMTRA nonradiological toxins cleanup methodology 

(DECHEM), 15:2507 (RA;US) 
MINE-MOUTH GENERATING PLANTS 
See COAL MINES 

FOSSIL-FUEL POWER PLANTS 
MINERAL INDUSTRY 

Environmental assessment for Breeder Reprocessing Engineer- 
ing Test (BRET): Revision 1, 15:1098 (R;US) 
Tin occurrences near Rocky Mountain (Lime Peak), East- 
Central Alaska, 15:792 (B;US) 
MINERAL OIL 

See LUBRICANTS 
MINERAL RESOURCES 

See a/so COAL DEPOSITS 

NATURAL GAS DEPOSITS 
PETROLEUM DEPOSITS 
URANIUM DEPOSITS 

Artificial recharge of aquifers. January 1977-December 1988 

(Citations from the Selected Water Resources Abstracts data 

base). Report for January 1977-December 1988, 15:599 

(R;US) 

Forecasting of mine price for central Appalachian steam coal, 

15:323 (J;US) 

Gasoline marketing, 1 5:3003 (B;US) 
Ground-water management under the appropriation doctrine. 

Technical report, 15:1895 (R;US) 

Mineral resources of the Cedar Mountain Wilderness Study Area, 
Washakie and Hot Springs Counties, Wyoming, 15:598 (R;US) 
Modeling the role of natural resources in the economy: an ex- 
tended materials-balance approach, 15:1401 (D;US) 
Negotiating a license to government technology, 15:1904 (R;US) 
Role of minerals in the economic development of China: 1 949- 

2000, 15:1403 (D;US) 
MINERALS 

See a/so PHOSPHATE MINERALS 

District heating and cooling technology transfer program: Final 

report, 15:1404 (R;US) 
Impact of groundwater protection standards on UMTRA Project, 

15:2570 (BA;US) 
Marine placer development and opportunities in Alaska, 

15:2909 (BA;US) 

Market and investment analysis of the minerals and metals in- 
dustry, 15:791 (B;US) 
MINERS 

See also COAL MINERS 

Depletion theory of exhaustible resources: a case study of 

Saudi Arabia, 15:1112 (D;US) 
MINI-SERVE STATIONS 

See GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
MINNESOTA 

Analysis of energy usage data for water heaters under load con- 
trol, 15:1 088 (BA;US) 
Water and the arid lands of the western United States, 15:1575 

(B;US) 

Water resources data for Minnesota, water year 1986. Volume 2. 
Upper Mississippi and Missouri River basins. Water-data report 
(Annual), 1 October 1 985-30 September 1 986, 15:1574 (R;US) 
MINORITY GROUPS 

See also ELDERLY PEOPLE 

HANDICAPPED PEOPLE 
LOW INCOME GROUPS 



gram: Final report, 15:1336 (R;US) 
MISGURNUS 

See FISHES 
MISSILES 

Nuclear smugglers, 15:139 (J;US) 
Zero and minimal nuclear weapons, 15:2242 (BA;US) 
MISSOURI 

Depletion theory of exhaustible resources: a case study of 

Saudi Arabia, 15:1112 (D;US) 

Guide to transportation-demand management plans for employ- 
ers, 1 5:1453 (R;US) 

Overview of the Department of Energy defense programs envi- 
ronmental restoration programs, 15:2504 (RA;US) 
MIUS 

Modeling and evaluation of the system reliability effects of Direct 

Load Control, 15:3053 (J;US) 
MOBILE HOMES 

Steel and Aluminum Energy Conservation and Technology 
Competitiveness Act of 1988. US Senate, One Hundredth 
Congress, Second Session, August 2, 1988, Report 100-443, 
15:2951 (B;US) 
MOBILE POLLUTANT SOURCES 

Used for general articles when sources are not named. See also 

specific mobile sources e.g., AUTOMOBILES. 
Philippine environmental impact statement system: an institu- 
tional analysis of implementation, 15:261 (D;US) 
Report of the Indoor Air Quality Research Review Panel: review 
of the Office of Research and Development's plan for deter- 
mining future research needs on indoor air pollution. Final 
report, 15:255 (R;US) 
MODULAR INTEGRATED UTILITY SYSTEMS 

See MIUS 
MOLTEN CARBONATE FUEL CELLS 

Prior to June 1980 this information was indexed with the de- 
scriptors HIGH-TEMPERATURE FUEL CELLS + MOLTEN 
SALTS + CARBONATES. 
Fuel cells in transportation, 15:1581 (RA;US) 
National Awards Program for Energy Innovation, 1988: Project 

descriptions, 15:1582 (R;US) 
MOLYBDENUM 

Coprocessing - The hydrogenation of lign'rte together with resid- 
ual oils, 15:912 (J;US) 
MONITORED RETRIEVABLE STORAGE 

1988 Bulletin compilation and index (Contains glossary), 15:752 

(R;US) 

Energy regulation, 15:1821 (R;US) 
Environmental restoration and waste management: Five-Year 

Plan, 15:2511 (R;US) 
Implications of possible reduction in radiation exposure limits: 

Final report, 15:1100 (R;US) 
MRS system study summary report, 15:1820 (R;US) 
Mineral resources, 15:2308 (R;US) 
National policy and military doctrine: development of a nuclear 

concept of land warfare, 1949-1964, 15:1441 (D;US) 
MONITORING 

Use of a more specific term is recommended. 
See also RADIATION MONITORING 
ESCAP pushes out a regional energy plan, 15:876 (J;US) 
MONITORING (RADIATION) 

See RADIATION MONITORING 
MONITORING NETWORK 

See MONITORING 
MONITORS (RADIATION) 

See RADIATION MONITORS 
MONOCRYSTALS 

Status of electric and hybrid vehicle technology, 15:826 (BA;US) 
MONTANA 

Maintenance of flows downstream from water-development pro- 
jects in Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming. Appendix A, 
1 5:789 (R;US) 
Mineral commodity summaries 1988, 15:790 (B;US) 



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power producing facilities operating under PURPA provisions, 
15:2453 (B;US) 
Residential cool storage, 15:700 (J;US) 
MORGANTOWN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CENTER 

National Institute for Petroleum and Energy Resear eh. Quar- 
terly technical report, January 1-March 3 1989: Volume 2, 
Energy production research, 15:1645 (R;US) 
MOUND LABORATORY 

Commercial land remote sensing market, 15:2226 (B;us>; 
MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES 

See MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES 
MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES 

Technology and society: ideological implications of information 
and computer technologies in the Soviet Union, 15:1919(D;U5) 
MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS 

See PUBLIC BUILDINGS 
MUNICIPAL WASTES 
Biogas Process 
Design, operation, and economics of an anaerobic digestion 

system on a dairy farm in Puerto Rico, 15:1809 (BA;US) 
Biotechnology 

Black locust, 15:1996 (BA;US) 
Combustion 
Association's executive committee recommends adoption of 

waste management business plan, 15:1891 (J;US) 
British experience of taxing oil extraction, 15:2495 (BA;GB) 
Management of asbestos in public buildings. Hearing before the 
Subcommittee on Hazardous Wastes and Toxic Substances 
of the Committee on Environment and Public Works, United 
States Senate, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session on 
S. 981, S. 1809, and S. 2687, September 27, 1988, 15:2873 
(B;US) 

Energy Conversion 
Nuclear programs spur interest in energy conservation, 15:1960 

(J;US) 
Outflow of foreign direct investments from the Middle East: 

cases of Egypt. Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia, 15:1812 (D;US) 
The DOE [U.S. Department of Energy] geothermal R & D pro- 
gram - positioning geothermal technology for a decade of 
expansion, 15:2733 (RA;US) 
Energy Recovery 

A comparison of wood chip production systems, 15:2464 (BA;US) 
British experience of taxing oil extraction, 15:2495 (BA;GB) 
Processing municipal solid waste with Westinghouse/O'Connor 
technology for disposal and energy recovery, 15:2155 (BA;US) 
Pyrolysis of waste coffee under different gaseous environments, 

15:21 56 (BA;US) 
Energy Source Development 

Transportation energy conservation: Annual operating plan, fis- 
cal year 1989, 15:1329 (R;US) 
Hazardous Materials 
Development of methods to estimate beryllium exposure. Final 

report, 15:761 (R;US) 
Marine Disposal 

Plastic pollution in the marine environment. Hearing before the 
National Ocean Policy Study of the Committee on Commerce, 
Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, One Hun- 
dredth Congress, First Session, July 29, 1987, 15:2867 (B;US) 
Pollution Regulations 

H.R. 5556: A Bill to amend the Clean Air Act to control 
hazardous air pollutants. Introduced in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session 
October 20, 1988, 15:2849 (B;US) 
Road Transport 
Energy reform in China: the professionafeation of enerqy policy 

making, 15:1481 (D;US) 
Solid Wastes 

Criteria for classification of solid-waste-disposal facilities and 
practices (40 CFR Part 257). Subtitle D of Resource Conser- 



for industrial solid-waste-disposal facilities Draft report, 
1 5:252 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (4n CFR Part 258). 
Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 
(RCRA). Case studies on ground-water and surface-water 
contamination from municipal solid-waste landfills. Draft re- 
port, 15:251 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). 
Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 
(RCRA). Updated review of selected provisions of state-solid 
waste regulations. Draft report, 15:250 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal-solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). 
Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 
(RCRA). Ground-water monitoring and corrective action (Sub- 
part E). Draft report, 15:67 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal-solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). Sub- 
title D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). 
Location restrictions (Subpart B). Draft report, 15:63 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal-solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). Sub- 
title D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). 
Operating criteria (Subpart C). Draft report, 15:64 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal-solid-waste landfills (40 CFR Part 258). 
Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 
(RCRA). Design criteria (Subpart D). Draft report, 15:66 (R;US) 

Criteria for municipal-solid-waste landfills (40 CFR part 258). 
Subtitle D of Resource Conservation and Recovery 
Act (RCRA). Closureypost-closure care and financial- 
responsibility requirements (Subpart C, Sections 258.30 
through 258.32). Draft report, 15:65 (R;US) 

Crop loss due to the ozone in New England. Technical report, 
15:2542 (R;US) 

Nonreturnable packaging: the environmental debate. January 
1 982-November 1 988 (Citations from Packaging Science anc 
Technology Abstracts data base). Report for January 1982 
November 1988, 15:400 (R;US) 

Setting priorities: the key to nonpoint source control. Final re 

port, 15:254 (R;US) 
Waste Disposal 

Basic instructor training course: Fundamentals of environments 
compliance inspections. Legal, technical, administration, com 
munications. Instructor guide, 15:2820 (R;US) 
Waste Management 

Comprehensive research plan: an agreement commitment r 
port from the Chesapeake Executive Council. Final repor 
1 5:2519 (R;US) 

Sampling surveys of hazardous wastes at industrial facilitie: 

15:1887 (J;US) 
Waste Product Utilization 

Municipal solid waste processing by steam classrfication (He 

loway process), 15:2463 (BA;US) 
Waste Water 

Comparison of upflow, downflow, and downf low- re cycle packet 
bed reactors for anaerobic pretreatment of pourtry processir 
wastewater, 15:1897 (BA;US) 
Water Reclamation 

Reuse of waste water for industrial cooling systems, 15:1< 

(J;US) 
Water Treatment 

Report on the use of wetlands for municipal waste-water tre; 

ment and disposal, 15:44 (R;US) 
MUSEUMS 

See EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES 



N 

N-REACTOR 

Optimization of offshore field development to minimize inv 

ment, 15:1093 (J;US) 
NAMIBIA 

Prior to July 1984 this concept was indexed to South West Air 



NATURAL GAS 
Energy Conversion 



NAPAP 

EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) research program guide, 
FY1989, October 1 , 1 988-September 30, 1989, 15:764 (R;US) 

Guide for licensing evaluations using CRAC2: A computer pro- 
gram for calculating reactor accident consequences, 15:756 
(R;US) 

Plan and schedule for NAPAP assessment reports, 1989-1990: 
State of science, state of technology, integrated assessment 
15:755 (R;US) 

Projection methodology for future state-level volatile organic 
compound emissions from stationary sources (Version 1.8). 
Final report, September 1 983-September 1987, 15:53 (R;US) 

Quality assurance and quality control plan for the 1985 NAPAP 
(National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program) emissions 
inventory (November 1988). Report for July 1986-April 1987, 
15:763 (R;US) 

S. 2867: A Bill to establish national policies and support and en- 
courage international agreements that implement energy and 
natural resource conservation strategies appropriate to pre- 
venting the overheating of the Earth's atmosphere, known as 
the greenhouse effect. Introduced in the Senate of the United 
States, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, 15:2871 
(B;US) 

SRF (State Revolving Fund) Letter of Credit: how is it used in 
EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) state revolving 
fund program, 15:1365 (R;US) 

Superfund exposure assessment manual, 15:1826 (R;US) 
NASA 

Patent protection and technology transfer in less-developed 
countries: reappraisal of the legal framework for producing 
and transmitting knowledge, 15:444 (D;US) 
NATIONAL ACID PRECIPITATION ASSESSMENT PROGRAM 

See NAPAP 
NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION 

See NASA 
NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS 

See US NBS 
NATIONAL DEFENSE 

See also BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE 

Lengthening the fuse, 15:2239 (BA;US) 

Patent protection and technology transfer in less-developed 
countries: reappraisal of the legal framework for producing 
and transmitting knowledge, 15:444 (D;US) 

Smart weapons and ordinary people, 15:2241 (BA;US) 
NATIONAL ENTERPRISES 

See PUBLIC ENTERPRISES 
NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT 

Chernobyl: The aftermath: Ghost town serves as stark and bar- 
ren reminder, 15:1566 (J;US) 

EPA okays biological-remediation cleanup technique, 15:1103 
(J;US) 

Environmental trends and conditions in marine and coastal wa- 
ters and the Marine Research Act of 1988. Hearings before 
the Subcommittee on Environmental Protection of the Com- 
mittee on Environment and Public Works, United States 
Senate, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, S. 2608, 
April 20 and 28, 1988, 15:2880 (B;US) 

Monticello, Utah CERCLA agreement: evolution and lessons 
learned, 15:2791 (RA;US) 

Overview of the Department of Energy defense programs envi- 
ronmental restoration programs, 15:2504 (RA;US) 

Ozone and carbon monoxide problems. Hearing before the 
Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Commit- 
tee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, 
One Hundredth Congress, First Session on H.R. 3054, Au- 
gust 3, 1987, 15:2875 (B;US) 
NATIONAL GOVERNMENT 

Use only when needed in conjunction with one or both of the 
terms LOCAL GOVERNMENT and STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Baseline socio-economic profiles of coastal counties in the 
northern California planning area. Final report, 1970-2020, 
15:357 (R;US) 

Catalog of government inventions available for licensing - 1989, 



US Energy policy into 21st century, 15:1980 (J;US) 
NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR PETROLEUM AND ENERGY RE- 

SEARCH 
See NIPER 
NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION 

See US NOAA 
NATIONAL PROGRAM PLANS 

For reports describing the Federal RD and D program plan for 

energy technologies. 
1988 Bulletin compilation and index (Contains glossary), 15:752 

(R;US) 
An orientation program for U.S. citizens going to the IAEA, 

15:11 52 (J;US) 
Environmental restoration and waste management: Five-Year 

Plan, 15:2511 (R;US) 
Implications of possible reduction in radiation exposure limits: 

Final report, 15:1100 (R;US) 
MRS system study summary report, 15:1820 (R;US) 
NATIONAL REACTOR TESTING STATION 

See IDAHO NATIONAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY 
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION 

Examination of the legal mechanisms to regulate advanced fi- 

sion reactors, 15:2582 (R;US) 
NATIONAL SECURITY 

An orientation program for U.S. citizens going to the IAEA, 

15:11 52 (J;US) 

Strategic air defense, 15:2930 (B;US) 
NATO 

North Atlantic Treaty Organization. 

Physical protection philosophy and techniques in the United 

States of America, 15:1143 (J;US) 
Star Wars testing and the ABM treaty, 15:123 (J;US) 
State uses of Exxon and Stripper well oil overcharge funds: Sta- 
tus report, 15:549 (R;US) 
NATURAL ACTIVITY 

See NATURAL RADIOACTIVITY 
NATURAL GAS 

See also LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS 
Availability 

Social impact of hydrocarbon development on two northern Arc- 
tic communities, 15:1494 (D;US) 
Typical electric bills: Based on January 1, 1988 rates, 15:724 

(R;US) 

Combined-Cycle Power Plants 

Private-sector power generation in Thailand: potential, impedi- 
ments, and policy issues. Final report, 15:516 (R;US) 
Combustion 
Belgium's radioactive waste management policy, 15:1597 

(RA;US) 
Second law efficiency and costing analysis of a total energy 

plant, 15:1 320 (BA;US) 
Comparative Evaluations 

Health risk assessment, 15:1650 (BA;US) 
Compressed Gases 

Black Hills versus Weinberger: how useful is it for other Air 
Force bases to competitively acquire electricity. Student re- 
port, 1 5:209 (R;US) 
Domestic Supplies 

Energy shortcuts take time, 15:207 (J;US) 
Dual-Purpose Power Plants 
Opportunities for group central-heating systems in Canada, 

15:461 (R;SE) 
Economics 
Sustainability of fossil fuels and alternative energies for Turkey, 

1 5:2027 (J;US) 
Energy Consumption 

Clean Coal Technology Demonstration Program: Draft Pro- 
grammatic Environmental Impact Statement, 15:1988 (R;US) 
Social impact of hydrocarbon development on two northern Arc- 
tic communities, 15:1494 (D;US) 
Energy Conversion 

A statewide, least-cost plan for Rhode Island: Final report on 
the initial work of the Rhode Island least-cost planning com- 



NATURAL GAS 

Energy Conversion .. 

Air conditioner model study using Athens load control experi- 
ment data, 15:1505 (R;US) 
Energy Demand 
The prospects for coal brlquetting in the Third World, 15:2651 

(J;US) 
Energy Expenses 

Transportation energy. Research report, 1 5:868 (R;US) 
Energy Policy 
Crude oil and residual fuel oil in a volatile world market, 15:175 

(RA;US) 

Energy Source Development 
FERC shifts nine Northeast gas proposals for fast-track solution, 

15:192(J;US) 
Energy Supplies 

An end-use approach to development of long-term energy de- 
mand scenarios for developing countries, 15:1633 (R;US) 
Clean Coal Technology Demonstration Program: Draft Pro- 
grammatic Environmental Impact Statement, 15:1988 (R;US) 
Energy Transport 
Heat pumps in complex heat and power systems: Final report, 

15:1443 (R;NO) 
Environmental Transport 

Oil export and economic growth in Nigeria, 15:510 (D;US) 
Forecasting 

Clean Coal Technology Demonstration Program: Draft Pro- 
grammatic Environmental Impact Statement, 15:1988 (R;US) 
Fuel Consumption 

Petroleum marketing monthly, December 1988, 15:1485 (R;US) 
Fuel Substitution 
Characterization of wood-burning stoves by measuring instant 

values of burning rate and heat loss, 15:2158 (BA;US) 
The risks and rewards of gas company cogeneration develop- 
ment, 15:945 (BA;US) 
Helium 
Simulation approach to the operation of a multiple reservoir and 

aquifer water resource system, 15:436 (D;US) 
Leaks 

Oil export and economic growth in Nigeria, 15:510 (D;US) 
Market 
Energy related research in the US geological survey, 15:3002 

(B;US) 

Energy shortcuts take time, 15:207 (J;US) 
Marketing 
Economic implications of North Sea oil revenues, 15:2644 

(BA;US) 

Putting R and D (research and development) results to work: 
the role of technology transfer. Annual report, 15:2643 (R;US) 
Sisterhood in the oil field: informal support networks, gender 
roles and adaptation among women in the Oklahoma oil field, 
15:1 998 (D;US) 
Pipelines 

Analysis helps determ ine farm-in fractional interest, 1 5 :908 (J ;US) 
Causes of coal-miner absenteeism. Information Circular/1987 

15:178(R;US) 

Energy in France in 1988, 15:2727 (J;US;ln French) 
Sustainability of fossil fuels and alternative energies for Turkey 

15:2027 (J;US) 
Power Generation 

ENEL's (Italian Electricity Board) strategies and programs within 
the framework of the Italian energy situation, 15:3025 (JjlTJn 
Italian) 
Prices 
A correlation for thermodynamic properties of heavy fossil-fuel 

fractions, 15:659 (J;US) 
Alaska disaster's instant market response: petro-polrticians 

challenged, 15:2008 (J;US) 

An end-use approach to development of long-term energy de- 
mand scenarios for developing countries, 15:1633 (R;US) 
Atmospheric commune: global gasoline despite US, *15:2011 

(JjUS) 

Burgeoning regulations change role of landman, 15:2003 (J;US) 
Characteristics of commercial buildings 1986: Nonreside'ntial 
buildings energy consumption survey, 15:144 (R;US) 



Compensation of power factor in rectifier systems utilized in oil 

drilling rigs, 15:539 (J;US) 
Consuming the world's energy. Part 1. Industrial market 

economies, 15:538 (J;US) 
Consuming the world's energy. Part 3. Low- and middle-income 

economies, 15:537 (J;US) 
Economic considerations for a new gas turbine system in the 

U.S. Navy, 15:361 (J;US) 

Energy demand prospects and the role of coal, 15:194 (BA;US) 
Environmental challenges will need cooperative solutions, 

1 5:657 (J;US) 

Evidence of OPEC pricing power: raw materials or refined prod- 
ucts?, 15:500 (J;US) 

Exchange of futures for physicals offers several hedging strate- 
gies for volatile markets, 15:1213 (J;US) 
Good growth expected in world LNG trade, 15:200 (J;US) 
Improving public awareness of the importance of coal and clean 

coal technology, 15:1642 (R;US) 
Margins two years after the crash: more than a window, 15:501 

(J;US) 
OPEC's November agreement and the future of the oil market 

15:2013 (J;US) 

Offshore rig outlook may improve in 3-5 years, 15:2002 (J;US) 
Oil-Sector indicators, 1988: US producers still exploring for 

clout, 15:1661 (J;US) 

Petroleum marketing monthly, December 1988, 15:1485 (R;US) 
Potential curbed by lack of funds, 1 5:1 662 (J;US) 
Real-time refinery optimization, 15:2009 (J;US) 
Social impact of hydrocarbon development on two northern Arc- 
tic communities, 15:1494 (D;US) 

Steps for quality control, field implementation, 15:2006 (J;US) 
The international fuels report. Supply/price trends and forecasts, 

1988, 1 5:870 (B;US) 
Typical electric bills: Based on January 1, 1988 rates, 15:724 

(R;US) 
Update: world refining investments. The love-hate affair with the 

downstream, 1 5:499 (J;US) 
What did 1988 teach US downstreamers? Long-term = 6 

months, 15:201 2 (J;US) 
Procurement 
Exploration slack in mature areas, new producers more active, 

1 5:2648 (J;US) 
Production 

ANFO bulk loading in coal mines, 15:202 (J;US) 
Natural gas monthly, December 1 988, 1 5:887 (R;US) 
Office of Inspector General semiannual report to the Congress, 

April 1 to September 30, 1988, 15:874 (R;US) 
Petroleum marketing monthly, December 1988, 15:1485 (R;US) 
Petroleum marketing monthly, July 1988 (Contains glossary), 

15:173(R;US) 

Petroleum marketing monthly, September 1988, 15:646 (R;US) 
Public meetings for views and comments on the conduct of the 

1989 clean coal technology: Background information, 15:888 

(R;US) 
Recovery 

Enhanced oil recovery program plan: FY 1989, 15:1911 (R;US) 
Research Programs 
CHINA: A survey of Chinese refining: From toppers to bottoms, 

1 5:897 (R;US) 

Enhanced Oil Recovery program plan, FY 1988, 15:1207 (R;US) 
Reserves 
International petroleum statistics report, July 1989, 15:2304 

(R;US) 

Resource Assessment 
New technologies for the gas industry - 2: GRI's (Gas Research 

Institute's) Transport and Storage Program, 15:907 (R;US) 
Sales 
Balanced petrochemical industry enjoys healthy profit potential, 

15:190(J;US) 

Petroleum marketing monthly, December 1988, 15:1485 (R;US) 
Severance Tax 
Central energy systems: Applications to economic develop- 



Outlook for natural gas in the industrial sector (Executive Sum- 
mary), 15:187 (R;US) 

Rechargeable lithium battery systems, 15:1192 (BA;US) 

US coal use: the environmental challenge, 15:188 (R;US) 
Technology Assessment 

Innovative design and management make small fields viable, 

15:653 (J;US) 
Underwater Operations 

Oil export and economic growth in Nigeria, 15:510 (D;US) 
NATURAL GAS APPLIANCES 

See GAS APPLIANCES 
NATURAL GAS DEPOSITS 

See also NATURAL GAS FIELDS 

Alberta: Why more operators are now looking towards Canada, 
1 5:505 (J;US) 

Coexistence of fishing and oil and gas industries in the Gulf of 
Mexico, 15:2553 (BA;US) 

Cost comparison of selected US and Australian coal mines, 
15:2641 (R;US) 

Energy future looks good for Canada, 1 5:506 (J;US) 

Energy management, 15:2312 (R;US) 

Gas Research Institute 1989-1993 research and devlopment 
plan and 1989 research and development program. Executive 
Summary, 15:184(R;US) 

It's starting to warm up out here, 15:1666 (J;US) 

Monetary' management in small oil-based economies: the case 
of Kuwait. (Volumes I and II), 15:1275 (D;US) 

Natural resources accounting, 15:933 (B;US) 

OPEC's current $18/barrel price policy, 15:1495 (BA;CA) 

Parametric study of the undiscovered resource base: recom- 
mendations for enhancing the GRI (Gas Research Institute) 
baseline projection. Volume 3. Allocation of the gas resource 
base by size of accumulations and deliverability. Final report, 
1984-1986, 15:183 (R;US) 

Parametric study of the undiscovered resource base: recom- 
mendations for enhancing the GRI (Gas Research Institute) 
baseline projection. Volume 2. Lower-48 onshore resource 
base comparison. Final report, 15:182 (R;US) 

Parametric study of the undiscovered resource base: recom- 
mendations for enhancing the GRI (Gas Research Institute) 
baseline projection. Volume 1. Detailed study of the permian 
Basin. Final report, 1984-1986, 15:181 (R;US) 

Pollution control in the United Kingdom, 15:2556 (BA;US) 

Proposed 1989 North Atlantic OCS Lease Sale 96, 15:24 (R;US) 

The effect of uncertainty in petroleum reserves estimates on 
Hotelling's economics of exhaustible resources, 15:1659 
(BA;US) 
NATURAL GAS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS 

Analysis and categorization of the office building stock. Topical 
report, February-September 1987, 15:651 (R;US) 

Analysis helps determine farm-in fractional interest, 15:908 (J;US) 

How strong is US asphalt seasonally: 1988 demand projection, 
15:193(J;US) 

Offshore oil and gas, 15:231 1 (R;US) 

The USSR sets another record, 15:1219 (J;US) 
NATURAL GAS FIELDS 

End of field life economics in the North Sea, 15:330 (B;US) 

New construction plans up, 15:654 (J;US) 
NATURAL GAS GATHERING SYSTEMS 

See NATURAL GAS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS 
NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY 

See a/so LNG INDUSTRY 
Capital 

The emerging market for independently produced power, 

15:2341 (R;US) 
Compiled Data 

Natural gas monthly, June 1989, 15:2635 (R;US) 

Petroleum marketing monthly, May 1988, 15:2636 (R;US) 



nental shelf disputes, 15:2891 (BA;US) 
Contract Management 
Gas Research Institute review of basic sciences research, 

1979-1986, 15:1490 (R;US) 
Data Base Management 
International encyclopedic dictionary of the gas industry and 

reasons for its appearance, 15:942 (B;US) 
Dictionaries 

Industrial utilization of natural gas, 15:943 (B;US) 
Directories 

Energy and problems of a technical society, 15:3008 (B;US) 
Document Types 

Why British coal should be privatised, 15:1992 (RA;US) 
Economic Analysis 
Balanced petrochemical industry enjoys healthy profit potential, 

15:190(J;US) 

Challenges to Arabian gas development, 15:1493 (J;US) 
Economic Development 

The United States natural gas industry, 15:938 (B;US) 
Economic Policy 
A correlation for thermodynamic properties of heavy fossil-fuel 

fractions, 15:659 (J;US) 
Economics 

A single gas chromatographic system for the analysis of oxy- 
genated compounds in gasoline, 15:1994 (BA;US) 
Discount rates, cost of capital, and property acquisition evalua- 
tions, 15:1653(BA;US) 
Energy Tax Act 

An economic and environmental comparison of natural gas and 
coal use for large-scale industrial cogeneration, 15:1649 
(BA;US) 
Environmental Policy 

Coal to natural gas seasonal fuel switching, 1 5:2026 (J;US) 
Exports 
Canadian natural gas export capability. Topical report, 15:904 

(R;CA) 
Industrial utilization research and development status report: 

1987-1988, 15:905 (R;CA) 
Financing 

Oil price instability clouds tubular outlook, 1 5:909 (J;US) 
The role of NYMEX in oil price risk management, 1 5:1 258 (B;US) 
Use of after-tax investments in project evaluation, 15:2330 

(BA;US) 
Valuing oilfield investments using option pricing theory, 15:2333 

(BA;US) 
Forecasting 

Coking industry and it's prospect in China, 15:1263 (BA;US) 
The Venezuelan natural gas industry, 15:937 (B;US) 
Institutional Factors 
Gas Research Institute 1988 annual report. Benefits, balance, 

broad industry cooperation, 15:2998 (R;US) 
Investment 

Acquisition strategy development, 15:2326 (BA;US) 
Explorationists 1 economics, 15:2328 (BA;US) 
Independent access to institutional capital, 15:2340 (BA;US) 
Market discount factors for fully developed declining production, 

15:2321 (BA;US) 
New age of petroleum market interdependency: new gasoline in 

US costs more, 15:2005 (J;US) 
Protecting foreign risks, 15:2331 (BA;US) 
The evaluation of oil and gas plays, 15:2327 (BA;US) 
The sensitivity of U.S. gas supply outlook to changes in price or 

demand, 15:2335 (BA;US) 
Leases 

Alternative fuels, 15:2309 (R;US) 
Market 

Gas-fired cogeneration, 15:944 (BA;US) 
New diversity shown for the ART process, 15:1254 (B;US) 
Nymex activity keeps growing, 15:1217 (J;US) 
OPEC production and crude prices, 15:2324 (BA;US) 



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NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY 

Market 

Start-up of Archer Daniels Midland Company's circulating fluid- 
bed boilers, 15:663 (BA;US) 

Streamlining activities in old oil fields, 15:3016 (J;US) 
Marketing 

She data collection, 15:839 (BA;US) 
Mineral Rights 

Natural resources accounting, 1 5:933 (B;US) 
Operations Research 
Gas Research Institute: an update, January 1989, 15:2999 

(R;US) 
Pipelines 
OPEC needs help from other exporters to balance market, 

15:655 (J;US) 
Prices 

New diversity shown for the ART process, 15:1254 (B;US) 
Pricing Regulations 

Economic factors controlling drilling activity, 15:1652 (BA;US) 
Process Heat 
Consuming the world's energy: high-income oil exporters, and 

overview. Part 4 of 4, 15:536 (J;US) 
Procurement 

Direct gas purchase in local government, 15:2647 (BA;US) 
Property Values 
Educational opportunity in depressed economic times, 15:1654 

(BA;US) 
Regulations 

Simple calculation helps to assess E and D risk, 15:2004 (J;US) 
Research Programs 

Amending the Natural Gas Policy Act of 1978 to remove certain 

contract-duration and right-of-first-refusal requirements. US 

Senate, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, August 

11, 1988, Report 100-485, 15:3001 (B;US) 

Gas Research Institute review of basic sciences research, 

1979-1986, 15:1 490 (R;US) 
Gas Research Institute review of basic sciences research, 

1987, 15:1491 (R;US) 

Gas Research Institute: overview, January 1989, 15:3000 (R;US) 
International Energy Statistical Review. Monthly report, 15:1492 

(R;US) 

Natural gas resource data base for the United States (1987). Fi- 
nal report, June-December 1987, 15:906 (R;US) 
Reducing US import oil dependence by one billion gallons of 

diesel fuel per year, 15:185 (R;US) 
Why British coal should be privatised, 15:1992 (RA;US) 
Reserves 

Impact of higher oil prices on the economies of Non-Oil Devel- 
oping Countries, 15:3010 (D;CA) 
Resource Assessment 
Canadian natural gas export capability. Topical report 15-904 

(R;CA) 
Reviews 

The prospect for LNG business in Korea, 15:939 (B;US) 
Risk Assessment 
Desirability quotients help screen investment opportunities 

15:2320 (BA;US) 
Supply and Demand 
Characteristics of commercial buildings 1986: Nonresidential 

buildings energy consumption survey, 15:144 (R;US) 
Discounted Profit Per Barrel, 15:2336 (BA;US) 
Environmental challenges will need cooperative solutions 

15:657 (J;US) 
Surveys 

A correlation for thermodynamic properties of heavy fossil-fuel 

fractions, 15:659 (J;US) 
Technology Transfer 

Analysis helps determine farm-in fractional interest, 15:908(J;US) 
Economic implications of North Sea oil revenues 15-2644 

(BA;US) 
NATURAL GAS LIQUIDS 

See also LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GASES 
Annual outlook for oil and gas 1989, 15:1987 (R-US) 

l__tL.I. . r- 11 __ . . .. ._...' ' 



NATURAL GAS POLICY ACT 

Energy related research in the US geological survey, 15:3002 

(B;US) 

New diversity shown for the ART process, 15:1254 (B;US) 
NATURAL GAS PROCESSING PLANTS 

Modular small-scale cogenerators, 15:2590 (J;US) 
Streamlining activities in old oil fields, 15:3016 (J;US) 
World petrochemicals in the coming decade, 15:2649 (J;US) 
NATURAL GAS WELLS 

Amendment to Louisiana Statewide Order 29-B suggested mod- 
ifications for barium criteria, 15:1840 (BA;US) 
Drilling related performance, 15:1094 (BA;US) 
Experimental and numerical investigation of counter radiation 
variations in an arid urban environment: Phoenix, Arizona 
15:1 843 (D;US) 

Geophysical survey and commercial fishing conflicts, environ- 
mental studies, and conflict mitigation in the minerals 
management service Pacific OCS Region, 15:2890 (BA;US) 
Modeling strategic interaction with application to environmental 

engineering, 15:2893 (D;US) 
Oil and gas industry conflicts on the Outer Continental Shelf 

15:2554 (BA;US) 
Resource document for consideration of the Lewiston Basin 

aquifer as a sole-source aquifer, 15:1397 (R;US) 
The cost of environmental compliance, 15:1842 (BA;US) 
The future of the Department of the Interior OCS studies pro- 
gram, 15:2892 (BA;US) 
U.K. Atomic Energy Authority plans shift in research focus, 

15:11 2 (J;US) 
NATURAL GASOLINE 

See NATURAL GAS LIQUIDS 
NATURAL GASOLINE PLANTS 

See NATURAL GAS PROCESSING PLANTS 
NATURAL LIGHTING 

See DAYLIGHTING 
NATURAL RADIOACTIVITY 

For unspecified naturally occurring radioisotopes only; not for 

BACKGROUND RADIATION. 
Federal policy options for indoor air pollution from combustion 

appliances. Technical report, 15:2815 (R;US) 
Potential role for Colombia and Venezuela in Pacific Rim coal 

trade, 15:885 (R;US) 
NATURAL RUBBER 

Surface mining, 15:2902 (R;US) 
NATURE RESERVES 

Activities of the Office of Strategic and International Minerals, 

1 5:2908 (BA;US) 

Artificial recharge of aquifers. January 1 977-December 1988 
(Citations from the Selected Water Resources Abstracts data 
base). Report for January 1 977-December 1988, 15:599 
(R;US) 

Characterization of Non-RCRA (Resource Recovery and Con- 
servation Act) special waste. Final report, 15:1376 (R;US) 
Mineral resources of the Cedar Mountain Wilderness Study Area, 
Washakie and Hot Springs Counties, Wyoming, 15:598 (R;US) 
Water resources: effects of land use and urbanization. Septem- 
ber 1981 -June 1989 (Citations from the NTIS data base). 
Report for September 1981 -June 1989, 15:2565 (R;US) 
NAVAL PETROLEUM RESERVE 
Oil reserves, 15:2316 (R;US) 

Prospects for Polish and Soviet coal exports, 15-2318 (R-US) 
NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY 

An agenda for cooperative R and D in advanced, energy- 
efficient housing, 15:266 (R;US) 
NAVIGATION 

Economic growth and innovative enterpreneurship in rural de- 
velopment: issues in rural energy, 15:362 (J-(JS] 
NEA v ' 

Low- and medium-level waste management in Belgium: assess- 
ment of volume reduction economics, 15:1607 (RA;US) 
NEOPLASMS * ' 

See also CARCINOMAS 
Preservina and orotectina mnnnmontc <*nA Wc^ri^ai c^oe 



NMR IMAGING 



NEPA 

See NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT 
NEPTUNIUM 

The risk assessment of environmental and human hazards 

15:2208 (B;US) 
NERVA NUCLEAR ROCKET ENGINE 

See NERVA REACTOR 
NERVA REACTOR 

Trouble in paradise: institutionalized expertise in the develop- 
ment of nuclear power, 1945-1975, 15:1436 (D;US) 
NET TOKAMAK 

Fuel cell commercialization and platinum availability, 15:1571 

(RA;US) 
NETHERLANDS 

Comparative health-effects assessment of drinking-water- 
treatment technologies. Final report, 15:581 (R;US) 

End of field life economics in the North Sea, 15:330 (B;US) 

New construction plans up, 15:654 (J;US) 

Nuclear waste management in France, 15:1601 (RA;US) 
NETWORKS (COMPUTER) 

See COMPUTER NETWORKS 
NEUROLOGY 

Productivity and technical change: US high-tech industries, 

15:364 (D;US) 
NEVADA 

Residential air conditioner dynamic model for direct load control, 
15:1017 (J;US) 

Transferring Argonne technology to industry, 15:795 (R;US) 
NEW ENGLAND 

See FEDERAL REGION I 
NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Maintenance of flows downstream from water-development pro- 
jects in Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming, 15:788 (R;US) 
NEW JERSEY 

Promoting the commercialization of energy innovations: An 
evaluation of the Energy-Related Inventions Program, 
1 5:2220 (R;US) 

Report to Congress: Indian waste-water treatment needs and 

assistance, 15:2539 (R;US) 
NEW MEXICO 

See also LOS ALAMOS 

Case studies of waste-to-energy facilities. Final report, 15:2739 
(R;US) 

The state of missouri annual energy savings report to DOE (CE- 

462), 15:1 452 (R;US) 
NEW YORK 

See a/so NEW YORK CITY 

A closed-loop quasi-optimal dynamic braking resistor and shunt 
reactor control strategy for transient stability, 15:521 (J;US) 

Energy conservation as an appropriate technology, 15:1184 
(BA;US) 

Fishing-vessel fuel-conservation project. Final report, 25 June 
1986-31 December 1987, 15:634 (R;US) 

Five years of power plant production costs, 15:1705 (B;US) 

Impact of proposed EPA groundwater standards on UMTRA 
project disposal cell design, 15:2201 (RA;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study. Vol- 
ume 1 . Introduction and decision-making documentation. 
Final report, 15:375 (R;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study. Vol- 
ume 3. Soil assessment: indicator chemicals. Final report, 
15:377 (R;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability 
study. Volume 4. Soil assessment: 2,3,7,8-TCDD 
(tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin). Final report, 15:378 (R;US) 

Love Canal Emergency Declaration Area habitability study. Vol- 
ume 5. Peer review summary: TRC (Technical Review 
Committee) responses. Final report, 15:379 (R;US) 

Nothing new in energy policy, 15:1640 (J;US;ln German, French) 

Operation of an on-line substation diagnosis system, 15:1021 
(J;US) 



Recommendations for future research on national ambient air- 
quaiity standards for ozone and lead. Final report 15*380 
(R;US) 

Totally integrated control system for the 220 mW cogeneration 
plant Mellach, 15:1445 (J;US) 

Utility sponsored demand side management, 15:2708 (BA;US) 

Waste Reduction Act of 1 988. House of Representatives, One 
Hundredth Congress, Second Session, September 30 1 988, 
15:2839 (B;US) 
NEW YORK CITY 

Existing and planned cogeneration capacity, 15:948 (BA;US) 

Permitting a large cogeneration project in California, 15:2595 

(J;US) 
NEW ZEALAND 

Decommissioning nuclear power plants: a case for external 
funding, 15:132 (J;US) 

Genesis of New Zealand's ban, 15:131 (J;US) 

It's starting to warm up out here, 15:1666 (J;US) 
NEXT EUROPEAN TORUS 

See NET TOKAMAK 
NGL 

See NATURAL GAS LIQUIDS 
NICKEL 

Effect of coal concentration on coprocessing performance, 

1 5:914 (J;US) 
NIGER 

LPG in Argentina and Mexico: exporters through the year 2000, 

15:481 (J;US) 
NIGERIA 

Conservation programs can cut load-growth uncertainty for 
electric utilities, 15:534 (R;US) 

Marx's concept of ground rent, and landowner revenue: relation 
of Marx's concept of ground rent to the historical analysis of 
landowner revenue from the production of petroleum, 15:51 1 
(D;GB) 
NIOBIUM ALLOYS 

Research and development of coal combustion technology in 

Japan and its technology transfer, 15:817 (BA;US) 
NIPER 

Bureau of Economic Geology annual report, 1988, 15:1646 

(R;US) 
NITRIC OXIDE 

NO. 

Intelligent load manager (LOADMAN): application of expert- 
system technology to load-management problems in power 
generation and distribution systems. Phase 1. Final report, 
December 1987-31 August 1988, 15:664 (R;US) 

Investigations and applications of a pulverized-coal burner with 
precombustion chamber, 15:925 (BA;US) 

US - Italian coal water mixture program, 15:1235 (BA;US) 
NITROGEN DIOXIDE 

NO 2 . 

An investigation to define the physical/chemical constraints 
which limit NO/sub x/ emission reduction achievable by re- 
burning, 15:23 (R;US) 

Health effects of ozone. A critical review, 15:2559 (J;US) 
NITROGEN OXIDES 

See also NITRIC OXIDE 

NITROGEN DIOXIDE 

Association's executive committee recommends adoption of 
waste management business plan, 15:1891 (J;US) 

Blood-lead monitoring for worker protection, 15:1564 (J;GB) 

Compilation, evaluation, and prediction of triple-layer model 
constants for ions on Fe(lll) and Mn(IV) hydrous oxides, 
1 5:589 (R;US) 

On-s'rte storage of low-level radioactive waste at power reactors: 
An international scoping study: Final report, 1 5:575 (R;US) 

S. 2844: A Bill to provide for radon testing. Introduced in the 
Senate of the United States, One Hundredth Congress, Sec- 
ond Session, September 29, 1988, 15:2846 (B;US) 
NMR IMAGING 

Mathematical programming models of the ocean salmon fishery, 



QHT /D A.I IOS 



NO. 2 FUEL OIL 



NO. 2 FUEL OIL 

See HEATING OILS 
NON-PROLIFERATION TREATY 

Arms control: misplaced focus, 15:141 (J;US) 
Challenge of nuclear safeguards, 15:140 (J;US) 
NONRADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL 

See WASTE DISPOSAL 
NORTH AMERICA 

See also CANADA 
MEXICO 
USA 
An expert system prototype for event diagnosis and real-time 

operation planning in power system control, 15:1797 (J;US) 
Coal classification for fluidized-bed combustion, 15:931 (BA;US) 
NORTH ATLANTIC REGION 

See FEDERAL REGION I 
NORTH CAROLINA 

A study of dispersed photovoltaic generation on the PSO (Public 

Service Company of Oklahoma) system, 15:1068 (J;US) 
Advisory system for North Carolina ground-water quality model- 
ing and management needs, 15:46 (R;US) 
Research priorities in electric and magnetic fields, 15:1866 (J;US) 
The use of load and billing data to design cost-based agricul- 
tural rates, 15:1742 (J;US) 
NORTH SEA 

End of field life economics in the North Sea, 15:330 (B;US) 

Natural gas, 15:1262 (B;US) 

Netherlands Q/8 - A development: Europe's smallest offshore 

gas field, 15:329 (B;US) 

Octane shortages - Reality or myth, 15:1250 (B;US) 
Platform design must accommodate record capacity, 15:13 

(J;US) 
Reduction and power losses in transmission and distribution 

systems, 15:331 (R;US) 

Transoil technology for heavy oil transportation, 1 5:1 248 (BA;US) 
NORTH YEMEN 

See YEMEN ARAB REPUBLIC 
NORTHERN IRELAND 

See UNITED KINGDOM 
NORTHERN RHODESIA 

See ZAMBIA 
NORWAY 

Incorporation of nonlinear load models in the transient energy 

function method, 15:3055 (J;US) 
New construction plans up, 15:654 (J;US) 
Oil sharing and policy coordination: The implications for devel- 
oping countries, 15:492 (R;CA) 

Sponsoring technology - EEC experience, 15:661 (BA;US) 
NPR REACTOR 

See N-REACTOR 
NRTS 

See IDAHO NATIONAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY 
NUCLEAR ATTACKS 

See NUCLEAR WEAPONS 
NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY 

Biomedical and environmental sciences programs at the Oak 

Ridge National Laboratory, 15:1121 (R;US) 
NUCLEAR DETERRENCE 

Anti-nuclear weapons activism in the United States and Great 

Britain: a comparative analysis, 15:1159 (D;US) 
Burning coal's waste, 15:1161 (J;US) 

Directory of Certificates of Compliance for Radioactive Materials 
Packages: Report of NRC approved packages, 15:614 (R;US) 
Gorbachev's arms policy rooted in past, 15:125 (J;US) 
International monitoring for peace, 15:449 (J;US) 
Nonprovocative and civilian-based defenses, 15:2238 (BA;US) 
Report of public hearings on the draft environmental impact 
statement, DOE/EIS-0136: Special Isotope Separation 
Project: Volume 6, Proceedings of the meeting held March 
26, 1988, at Boise City Hall, City Council Chambers Boise 
ID, 15:611 (R;US) 



NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT 

U.S. department of energy safeguards research and develop- 
ment program and the brookhaven national laboratory 
technical support organization role, 15:2934 (J;US) 
NUCLEAR ENERGY 

The stage shifts in arms control, 15:1 142 (J;GB) 
Education 

Transportation of hazardous materials: State and local activi- 
ties, 15:854 (B;HU) 
Energy Policy 

In search of US energy policy, 15:1641 (J;CH) 
Physical protection philosophy and techniques in the Federal 

Republic of Germany, 15:1 147 (J;US) 
Ethical Aspects 
Atomic energy as an humane endeavor: Retrospective on its 

development, 15:1428 (R;US) 
Forecasting 
Nuclear imperatives and public trust: Dealing with radioactive 

waste, 15:851 (B;US) 
Foreign Policy 

Genesis of New Zealand's ban, 15:131 (J;US) 
Historical Aspects 
Flaedie Ground-water Heat-pump Plant: experiences from the 

first years of operation, 15:459 (R;US) 
International nuclear cycle fact book: Revision 9, 15:1432 (R;US) 
Title list of documents made publicly available: January 1-31, 

1989, 15:1429 (R;US) 
Military Personnel 

Environmental radiation monitoring during visits of nuclear- 
powered warships to Australian ports, 15:446 (R;US) 
Planning 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission issuances, 15:2585 (R;US) 
Public Opinion 

Canadian attitudes towards nuclear energy, 15:621 (J;GB) 
Progress update on a 90 MW build/own/operate gas turbine 
combined cycle cogeneration project with sludge drying plant, 
1 5:622 <BA;GB) 
Research Programs 
Unfolding of the nuclear age: a psychohistorical investigation 

into the lives of ten men, 15:458 (D;US) 
Reviews 

Nuclear physics, nuclear power, 15:853 (B;US) 
Nuclear strategy and European security dilemmas, 15:2932 

(B;US) 

Safeguard Regulations 
Physical protection philosophy and techniques in Brazil, 

15:1 149 (J;US) 
Soclo-Economic Factors 

Canadian attitudes towards nuclear energy, 15:621 (J;GB) 
Standards 

National briefing summaries: Nuclear fuel cycle and waste man- 
agement, 1 5:834 (R;US) 

Strategic Defense Initiative Program, 15:2925 (R;US) 
NUCLEAR ENERGY AGENCY 

See NEA 
NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS 

Specifically named single nuclear explosions are listed by name 
and the word EVENT, e.g., BOXCAR EVENT. All projects in- 
volving nuclear explosions are listed by the project name and 
the word PROJECT, e.g., PLOWSHARE PROJECT. 
Arms control in the last year of the Reagan administration, 15:2 

(J;US) 

Environmental terrorism, 15:121 (J;US) 
Perspectives on superpower summitry: a content analytic study 
of US and western European newspaper account of the Octo- 
ber, 1986 Reykjavik meeting between Ronald Reagan and 
Mikhail Gorbachev, 15:1438 (D;US) 

Technical papers presented at the Defense Nuclear Agency 
global effects review - 7-9 April 1 987. Volume 1 . Technical re- 
port, 15:117 (R;US) 
NUCLEAR FACILITIES 

See also FUEL FABRICATION PLANTS 

FUEL REPROCESSING PLANTS 



Economics 



NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS 
RADIOACTIVE WASTE FACILITIES 
SURPLUS NUCLEAR FACILITIES 
Decommissioning 

H.R. 296: A Bill to establish a Department of Environmental 
Protection, and for other purposes. Introduced in the House of 
Representatives, One Hundred Congress, First Session, Jan- 
uary 3, 1989, 15:2836 (B;US) 

Low- and medium-level waste management in Belgium: assess- 
ment of volume reduction economics, 15:1607 (RA;US) 
NRC integrated program for the resolution of Unresolved Safety 
Issues A-3, A-4 and A-5 regarding steam generator tube in- 
tegrity: Final report, 15:166(R;US) 
Dose Limits 

Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA): Sec- 
tion 313 roadmaps data base (for microcomputers). Data file, 
15:1101 (R;US) 
Energy Policy 

Recent and future TSO directions, 15:2936 (J;US) 
Environmental Policy 

NRC residual radioactivity release criteria, 15:2188 (RA;US) 
Government Policies 

EPA perspective on federal facility agreements, 1 5:21 87 (RA;US) 
laea Safeguards 

Protection planning and risk management at Lawrence Liver- 
more National Laboratory, 15:1155 (J;US) 
Modifications 

Public's right to information: An independent safety assessment 
of Department of Energy nuclear reactor facilities, 15:829 
(R;US) 

Physical Protection 
Physical protection philosophy and techniques in Brazil, 

15:1 149 (J;US) 

Physical protection philosophy and techniques in Czechoslo- 
vakia, 15:1148 (J;US) 
Risk perception as it applies to nuclear power and nuclear 

waste disposal, 15:1 150 (J;US) 

U.S. department of energy safeguards research and develop- 
ment program and the brookhaven national laboratory 
technical support organization role, 15:2934 (J;US) 
a state department perspective on IAEA safeguards, 15:2935 

(J;US) 
Public Information 

Nuclear materials, 15:830 (R;US) 
Radiation Protection 

Environmental impact research program: distance-sampling 
techniques. Section 6.2.2. US Army Corps of Engineers Wildlife 
Resources Management Manual. Final report, 15:1551 (R;US) 
Remedial Action 

DOE integration of the NEPA and CERCLA processes, 15:2790 

(RA;US) 
Research Programs 

Defining a social problem: socio-historical analysis of the antin- 

uclear weapons movement, 15:1936 (D;US) 
Sabotage 

Physical protection philosophy and techniques in Spain, 

15:1 146 (J;US) 

Soviets take fresh look at Western Europe, 15:122 (J;US) 
Safeguards 
Framing activity, meaning, and social-movement participation: 

the nuclear-disarmament movement, 15:1 157 (D;US) 
Who pays for sunk costs, 15:170 (B;US) 
Safety Standards 
Title list of documents made publicly available, April 1-30, 1989: 

Volume 2, No. 4, 15:2233 (R;US) 
Security 

Who pays for sunk costs, 15:170 (B;US) 
Security Personnel 

Physical protection philosophy and techniques in France, 

15:11 45 (J;US) 

Physical protection philosophy and techniques in Sweden, 
15:1 144 (J;US) 



Site Selection 

Seismic attenuation models of Asian explosions recorded at 
NORESS, 15:120 (R;US) 

Yucca Mountain Project bibliography, January-June 1988: An 
update:- Civilian Radioactive Waste Management Program, 
15:612 (R;US) 
NUCLEAR FREEZE 

Proposed principles on the use of nuclear power sources in 
space, 15:1434 (BA;US) 

State-induced technological change in the United States nuclear 

power industry 1947-1987, 15:1937 (D;US) 
NUCLEAR FUELS 

See also SPENT FUELS 

Authority should be extended on liability protection for a nuclear 
accident, 15:127(J;US) 

Environmental monitoring master sampling-schedule: January- 
December 1989, 15:835 (R;US) 

Nuclear-freeze movement in the United States, 1 979-1 984: po- 
litical opportunity and the structure of social mobilization, 
15:1433 (D;US) 

a state department perspective on IAEA safeguards, 15:2935 

(J;US) 
NUCLEAR INDUSTRY 

A brief summary of the proposed National Contingency Plan 
and an analysis of its implications for the US Department of 
Energy, 15:2802 (R;US) 

Big Rock Point, 15:1426 (J;US) 

Enforcement actions: Significant actions resolved: Quarterly 
progress report, July-September 1988, 15:618 (R;US) 

Framing activity, meaning, and social-movement participation: 
the nuclear-disarmament movement, 15:1157 (D;US) 

Future trends in heat transfer for the nuclear industry in Japan, 
15:2252 (J;US) 

High electric load growth, 15:2245 (BA;US) 

Internationalism, 15:2246 (BA;US) 

New Zealand paying for nuclear ban, 15:130 (J;US) 

New directions in utilities, cogeneration, small scale power, 
15:2253 (B;US) 

Science, technology, and society, 15:1427 (R;US) 

Short-term planning and forecasting for petroleum. Master's the- 
sis, 15:490 (R;US) 
NUCLEAR INSURANCE 

Nuclear power's burdened future, 15:128 (J;US) 
NUCLEAR MATERIALS MANAGEMENT 

"S" glass manufacturing technology transfer, 15:819 (J;US) 

Nuclear energy internationally status and prospects in 1987, 
1 5:850 (BA;US) 

Nuclear science, 15:2584 (R;US) 

Physical protection philosophy and techniques in Czechoslo- 
vakia, 15:11 48 (J;US) 

Physical protection philosophy and techniques in Sweden, 
15:1144 (J;US) 

Risk perception as h applies to nuclear power and nuclear 
waste disposal, 15:1150 (J;US) 

Technology transfer significance of the International Safeguards 
Project Office, 15:1151 (J;US) 

Title list of documents made publicly available, November 1-30, 
1988, 15:831 (R;US) 

a state department perspective on IAEA safeguards, 15:2935 

(J;US) 
NUCLEAR MEDICINE 

See a/so RADIOLOGY 

Stochastic impacts on farming: III. Simulation of seasonal varia- 
tion of climatic risk, 15:431 (J;US) 
NUCLEAR PHYSICS 

Use only for indexing articles of very broad coverage, such as 
annual reviews, textbooks, etc. 

Transportation of hazardous materials: State and local activi- 
ties, 15:854 (B;HU) 
NUCLEAR POWER 

Three major issues confronting Japan's electric companies, 

1 5:2343 (RA;US) 
Economics 

Fateful discovery almost forgotten, 15:1939 (J;NL) 



EAPA Vol. 1 5, Annual Index 1 53 



NUCLEAR POWER 

Economics . 

Outlook for nuclear energy in Japan, 15:2228 (RA;US) 
Energy Policy 
The Integral Fast Reactor concept: Today's hope for tomorrow s 

electrical energy needs, 15:2229 (R;US) 
Environmental Impacts 

Power without nukes, 15:837 (J;GB) 
Forecasting 

Cogeneration, 15:838 (BA;US) 
Holes in the US nuclear safety net, 15:129 (J;US) 
laea Safeguards 
An orientation program for U.S. citizens going to the IAEA, 

15:1 152 (J;US) 
Institutional Factors 

Effects of a didactic and guided-imagery intervention regarding 
horrendous death by nuclear war upon fear of death, health 
locus of control, and social responsibility in health education 
college students, 15:1437 (D;US) 
Outlook for nuclear energy in Japan, 15:2228 (RA;US) 
Ownership 
The economics of nuclear power: further evidence on learning, 

economies of scale, and regulatory effects, 15:1938 (J;US) 
Planning 

Power without nukes, 15:837 (J;GB) 
Political Aspects 

Food irradiation: contaminating our food, 15:280 (J;GB) 
Holes in the US nuclear safety net, 15:129 (J;US) 
Production 

Allied nuclear forces complicate negotiations, 15:137 (J;US) 
Public Opinion 

Food irradiation: contaminating our food, 15:280 (J;GB) 
The Integral Fast Reactor concept: Today's hope for tomorrow's 

electrical energy needs, 15:2229 (R;US) 
Reactor Accidents 

Allied nuclear forces complicate negotiations, 15:137 (J;US) 
Regulatory Guides 
Program management system manual: Revision 3, 15:2583 

(R;US) 
Research Programs 

Electricity supply, 15:2926 (R;US) 
Safeguards 
Title list of documents made publicly available, June 1-30, 

1989, 1 5:2928 (R;US) 
NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS 

Disposing of the US chemical weapons stockpile. An approach- 
ing reality, 15:2900 (J;US) 
Comparative Evaluations 
Role of IAEA [International Atomic Energy Agency] safeguards 

in confidence building, 15:2927 (R;US) 
Compiled Data 

Ethics and nuclear weapons research, 15:1140 (R;US) 
Computerized Control Systems 

Efficiency: defense against the long hot summer, 15:21 07 (J;US) 
Construction 

Fateful discovery almost forgotten, 15:1939 (J;NL) 
Cost 
Privatisation of the electricity supply industry. Asset valuation, 

rates of return and electricity pricing, 15:1706 (B;US) 
Decommissioning 
Decommissioning nuclear power plants: a case for internal 

funding, 15:133 (J;US) 
Headed for the last shutdown, 15:135 (J;US) 
Nuclear power plant decommissioning: an unresolved problem, 

15:134 (J;US) 
Design 
Role of IAEA [International Atomic Energy Agency] safeguards 

in confidence building, 15:2927 (R;US) 
Economics 

Electric and gas rates for the residential and commercial sec- 
tors: 1 988. Volume 1 . Topical report, September 1 988-March 
1989, 15:2775 (R;US) 

Holes in the US nuclear safety net, 15:129 (J;US) 
Role of IAEA [International Atomic Energy Agency] safeguards 
in confidence building, 1 5:2927 (R;US) 



Energy Conservation 

Factors which can affect an institutional energy management 

program, 15:1961 (J;US) 
Feasibility Studies 
The minimum cost optimal power flow problem solved via the 

restart homotopy continuation method, 15:1735 (J;US) 
Flashover 
Load control experiments with heat pumps during the winter, 

15:1 285 (J;US) 
Forecasting 

Science, technology, and society, 15:1427 (R;US) 
inspection 

Standard format and content for a license application to store 
spent fuel and high-level radioactive waste: Revision 1, 
15:2978 (R;US) 
International Cooperation 
Nuclear imperatives and public trust: Dealing with radioactive 

waste, 15:851 (B;US) 
Legal Aspects 
Enforcement actions: Significant actions resolved: Quarterly 

progress report, July-September 1988, 15:618 (R;US) 
Nuclear Fuels 
Authority should be extended on liability protection for a nuclear 

accident, 15:127 (J;US) 
Physical Protection 
Physical protection philosophy and techniques in France, 

15:11 45 (J;US) 
Physical protection philosophy and techniques in the Federal 

Republic of Germany, 15:1147 (J;US) 
Planning 

Guidebook for preparing players' handbooks, 15:2961 (R;US) 
Political Aspects 

Nuclear power: a year of incongruities, 15:136 (J;US) 
Power Generation 
Authority should be extended on liability protection for a nuclear 

accident, 15:1 27 (J;US) 
Public Information 

Nuclear materials, 15:830 (R;US) 
Public Opinion 

Nuclear power: a year of incongruities, 15:136 (J;US) 
Radiation Accidents 

Criteria for preparation and evaluation of radiological emer- 
gency response plans and preparedness in support of nuclear 
power plants: Criteria for utility offs'rte planning and prepared- 
ness: Final report, 15:33 (R;US) 
Radiation Protection 

A brief summary of the proposed National Contingency Plan 
and an analysis of its implications for the US Department of 
Energy, 15:2802 (R;US) 
Radiation accidents and the radiology department, 15:430 

(BA;US) 
The consequences of lithium fires in the presence of steam, 

15:1 567 (J;US) 
Radioactive Effluents 
Risk associated with the demilitarization of the United States 

chemical weapons stockpile, 15:570 (R;US) 
Radioactive Waste Disposal 
Technology transfer significance of the International Safeguards 

Project Office, 15:1151 (J;US) 
Radioactive Waste Management 

Continuing education for radiation protection instructors: Report 
on a TRADE [Training Resources and Data Exchange] spon- 
sored course, 15:576 (R;US) 

International survey of spent fuel management policies and ac- 
tivities, 15:1604 (RA;US) 
Reactor Licensing 
Environmental Regulatory Update Table, December 1988, 

1 5:757 (R; US) 
Generic cost estimates for the disposal of radioactive wastes, 

15:168(R;US) 
NRC safety research in support of regulation, 1988, 15:1637 

(R;US) 
US nuclear warhead facility profiles, 15:1935 (B;US) 



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Reactor Operation 

Office for Analysis and Evaluation of Operational Data: 1988 

annual report, Nonreactors, 15:2295 (R;US) 
Report to the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Analysis 
and Evaluation of Operational Data, 1987: Nonreactors, 
1 5:309 (R;US) 
Reactor Safety 

Energy privatisation, 15:1977 (R;US) 
Risk Assessment 
Present situation and problem of introduction of LNG in Japan, 

1 5:2299 (RA;US) 
Sabotage 

Physical protection philosophy and techniques in Czechoslo- 
vakia, 15:1148 (J;US) 
Safety 

Holes in the US nuclear safety net, 15:129 (J;US) 
NUCLEAR POWER STATIONS 

See NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS 
NUCLEAR SAFETY 

See RADIATION PROTECTION 
NUCLEAR SHIP VISITS 

Decommissioning nuclear power plants: a case for external 

funding, 15:132 (J;US) 

Genesis of New Zealand's ban, 15:131 (J;US) 
NUCLEAR SHIPS 

The 1987 state-by-state assessment of low-level radioactive 
wastes received at commercial disposal sites: National Low- 
Level Radioactive Waste Management Program, 15:447 
(R;AU) 
NUCLEAR TRADE 

Trade or commerce involving special nuclear material or any 
other radioactive materials, instruments, equipment, plants, 
etc, of nuclear interest. 

Challenge of nuclear safeguards, 15:140 (J;US) 
NUCLEAR WASTE POLICY ACTS 

For nonradioactive wastes use WASTE DISPOSAL ACTS. 
Foreign Affairs Information System (FAIS) Early Operational Ca- 
pability (EOC) network security criteria, 15:307 (R;US) 
International survey of spent fuel management policies and ac- 
tivities, 15:1 604 (RA;US) 
NUCLEAR WASTES 

See RADIOACTIVE WASTES 
NUCLEAR WEAPON TESTS 

See NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS 
NUCLEAR WEAPONS 

Public's right to information: An independent safety assessment 
of Department of Energy nuclear reactor facilities, 15:829 
(R;US) 
Adversaries 
State-induced technological change in the United States nuclear 

power industry 1947-1987, 15:1937 (D;US) 
Arms Control 
Anti-cogen utility backlash seen long-term threat to developers, 

15:142 (J;US) 

Arms control: misplaced focus, 15:141 (J;US) 
Arms control: necessary process, 15:17 (J;US) 
Burning coal's waste, 15:1161 (J;US) 
Challenge of nuclear safeguards, 15:140 (J;US) 
Criteria for decommissioning, 15:1612 (BA;US) 
Emergence of American central nuclear strategy, 1945-1984, 

15:11 58 (D;US) 

Gorbachev's arms policy rooted in past, 15:125 (J;US). 
Missile accuracy - an arms-control opportunity, 15:138 (J;US) 
Nonproliferation: the next steps, 15:452 (J;US) 
Nuclear energy in Switzerland, 15:450 (J;US) 
Pakistan, Congress, and the nonproliferation challenge, 15:453 

(J;US) 
Proposed principles on the use of nuclear power sources in 

space, 15:1 434 (BA;US) 
Raising consciousness about the nuclear threat through music, 

15:1439 (D;US) 

Restructuring of Soviet foreign policy, 15:14 (J;US) 
Reversing nuclear power cost trends, 15:126 (J;US) 



Status of the Swedish nuclear waste management program, 

15:2243 (BA;US) 

The impact of new technologies and noncentral systems on of- 
fensive reduction regimes, 15:1594 (BA;US) 
Ethical Aspects 

Nuclear power - fiend or FoE?, 15:1 141 (J;US) 
Global Aspects 
Flaedie Ground-water Heat-pump Plant: experiences from the 

first years of operation, 15:459 (R;US) 
Government Policies 
Anti-nuclear weapons activism in the United States and Great 

Britain: a comparative analysis, 15:1 159 (D;US) 
Establishment of atmospheric pollution standards for motor ve- 
hicles, 15:643 (J;US) 
Hazards 

Smart weapons and ordinary people, 15:2241 (BA;US) 
laea Safeguards 
Assessment of commercial and industrial cogeneration potential 

in the Pacific Northwest, 15:2937 (R;US) 
Manufacturing 

Photovoltaic system technology, 1 5:820 (BA;US) 
Military Strategy 
Gas energy transport and distribution: pipeline or wire, 15:1442 

(R;US) 

Report of public hearings on the draft environmental impact 
statement, DOE/EIS-0136: Special Isotope Separation 
Project: Volume 6, Proceedings of the meeting held March 
26, 1988, at Boise City Hall, City Council Chambers, Boise, 
ID, 15:611 (R;US) 
Non-Proliferation Policy 
Nuclear energy internationally status and prospects in 1987, 

1 5:850 (BA;US) 
Nuclear Fuels 
Special isotope separation project, Idaho National Engineering 

Laboratory, Idaho Falls, Idaho, 15:26 (R;US) 
Political Aspects 
US responses to Soviet violations: too little and too late?, 

15:11 60 (B;US) 
Proliferation 

Challenge of nuclear safeguards, 15:140 (J;US) 
Pakistan, Congress, and the nonproliferation challenge, 15:453 

(J;US) 
Research Programs 

Nuclear power - fiend or FoE?, 15:1 141 (J;US) 
Risk Assessment 

Defense dominance, 15:2240 (BA;US) 
Defining the site and technology of radioactive waste disposal, 

15:2250 (BA;US) 

From confrontation to cooperation, 15:2249 (BA;US) 
Lengthening the fuse, 15:2239 (BA;US) 
Prospects and consequences of Soviet decline, 15:2247 (BA;US) 
The long-term moderation of Soviet foreign policy, 15:2248 

(BA;US) 

Zero and minimal nuclear weapons, 15:2242 (BA;US) 
Social Impact 
Flaedie Ground-water Heat-pump Plant: experiences from the 

first years of operation, 15:459 (R;US) 
Warfare 
Open systems of environmental decision making: the MRS 

nuclear-waste siting case in Tennessee, 15:1440 (D;US) 
NUCLEAR WINTER 

Report of public hearings on the draft environmental impact 
statement, DOE/EIS-0136: Special Isotope Separation 
Project: Volume 6, Proceedings of the meeting held March 
26, 1988, at Boise City Hall, City Council Chambers, Boise, 
ID, 15:611 (R;US) 

Technical papers presented at the Defense Nuclear Agency 
global effects review - 7-9 April 1987. Volume 1. Technical re- 
port, 15:117(R;US) 



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OAK RIDGE GASEOUS DIFFUSION PLAN 



OAK RIDGE GASEOUS DIFFUSION PLANT 

See ORGDP 
OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY 

See ORNL 
OAK RIDGE RESERVATION 

Resolving issues at the Department of Energy/Oak Ridge Oper- 
ations Facilities, 15:20 (R;US) 
OAPEC 

Oil demand and prices in the 1990s, 15:2015 (J;KW) 
OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES 

Attempts at strategic thinking in occupational public health: the 
Lucas Lecture of 1 987, 1 5:50 (R;GB) 

Federal and state taxation of highway diesel fuel: administration 

and compliance, 15:902 (R;US) 
OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE 

Asbestos exposure: legislation, liability, and litigation. January 
1985-February 1989 (Citations from the Biobusiness data 
base). Report for January 1985-February 1989, 15:1382 
(R|US) 

Assistance to states in preparing 1985 NAPAP (National Acid 
Precipitation Assessment Program) emissions inventory sub- 
mittals, 15:762 (R;US) 

Municipal ground-water contamination in Massachusetts: the 
case for wellhead protection in humid regions, 15:394 (R;US) 

Revised definition of hazardous waste RCRA waste characteris- 
tic testing changes, 15:2209 (BA;US) 
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY 

Attempts at strategic thinking in occupational public health: the 
Lucas Lecture of 1987, 15:50 (R;GB) 

Environmental contamination, 15:1110 (BA;US) 

Evaluation of EPA oversight of Department of Defense compli- 
ance with CERCLA, with implications for potential threats to 
public health and the environment, 15:1107 (D;US) 

Hazardous and toxic materials, 15:1562 (B;US) 

Monitoring and managing environmental impact: American and 
Soviet perspectives, 15:392 (R;US) 

NGL markets entering decade of change, 15:3014 (J;US) 
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT 

Attempts at strategic thinking in occupational public health: the 
Lucas Lecture of 1987, 15:50 (R;GB) 

Automotive methanol vapors and human health: an evaluation 
of existing scientific information and issues for future re- 
search. Special report, 15:247 (R;US) 

US-Japan energy policy considerations for the 1 990s: A joint 
project of The Atlantic Council of the United States, the 
Japanese Committee for Energy Policy Promotion, and the 
Japanese Institute of Energy Economics, 15:881 (B;US) 
OCEAN THERMAL ENERGY CONVERSION 

Municipal solar utilities: community response to an innovative 

program, 15:3073 (D;US) 
OCEANS 

See SEAS 
OECD 

See also NEA 

Issues and options for achieving national security in the United 
States during national emergencies: Phase 1 , A pilot study of 
grain stocks and stocks at risk, 15:593 (R;GB) 

Life cycle cost analyses of US Air Force heating plants, 1 5:2749 

(R;US) 
OFF-PEAK ENERGY STORAGE 

Commercial customer acceptance of demand-side management 
programs, 15:1 052 (BA;US) 

Federal electric power, 15:668 (R;US) 

Pilot test of the crushed-rock storage furnace: Volume 2, Ap- 
pendixes: Final report, 15:667 (R;US) 
OFFICE BUILDINGS 

Reports published by the Gas Research Institute in the area of 
residential/commercial appliances and space conditioning: bib- 
liography and abstracts. Update through 1 988, 1 5:2949 (R;US) 

Setbacks and peak loads in commercial buildings, 15:1776 

/D*l l^\ 



System and material specifications for an advanced gas- 
distribution system. Task 2. Ddentification and evaluation of 
future gas customers. Topical report, December 1987-June 
1988, 15:652 (R;US) 
OFFICIAL TRAVEL 
See TRAVEL 
OFFSHORE DRILLING 

Proposed 1 989 North Atlantic OCS Lease Sale 96, 15:24 (R;US) 
OFFSHORE OPERATIONS 

Oil economy of Iraq: structure and development experience dur- 
ing the period 1 953-1 974 and future optimal growth within the 
framework of OPEC, 15:513 (D;CA) 

Reperforation of North Sea electric submersible pump wells us- 
ing an ESP/Y-toofTCP system, 15:325 (B;US) 
Transoil technology for heavy oil transportation, 15:1248 (BA;US) 
Water works, electric utilities, and cable television: Contrasting 
historical patterns of ownership and regulation, 1 5:2779 (D;US) 
OFFSHORE PLATFORMS 

Includes gravity or fixed, floating, and towed platforms. 

End of field life economics in the North Sea, 15:330 (B;US) 

Octane shortages - Reality or myth, 15:1250 (B;US) 

Pipe size selection, 15:2497 (J;US) 

Platform design must accommodate record capacity, 15:13 

(J;US) 
OFFSHORE SURVEYS 

See MARINE SURVEYS 
OHMIC PLASMA LOSSES 

See ENERGY LOSSES 
OIL FIELDS 

Hydrogen as an energy carrier, 15:3017 (B;US) 

Monetary model for a developing oil-exporting country: the case 

of Saudi Arabia, 15:1999 (D;US) 
Netherlands Q/8 - A development: Europe's smallest offshore 

gas field, 1 5:329 (B;US) 
New construction plans up, 15:654 (J;US) 
Removal and abandonment, 15:1247 (BA;US) 
Status report on current MHD R and D in Italy, 15:1241 (BA;US) 
OIL RESIDUES 

See PETROLEUM RESIDUES 
OIL SAND OILS 

See BITUMENS 
OIL SANDS 

CHINA: A survey of Chinese refining: From toppers to bottoms, 

1 5:897 (R;US) 
Eastern Gulf of Mexico: New look shows improved potential, 

1 5:504 (J;US) 
Unconventional gas recovery program plan, FY 1989, 15:1910 

(R;US) 
OIL SHALE INDUSTRY 

Natural gas regulation, 15:2310 (R;US) 
OIL SHALE MINING 

Future directions in advanced exploratory research related to 

oil, gas, shale and tar sand resources, 15:896 (R;US) 
OIL SHALE PROCESSING PLANTS 

Assessment of the effect on the gas industry of the National Ap- 
pliance Energy Conservation Act of 1987. Topical report, 
November 1988, 15:2997 (R;US) 
OIL SHALE WASTE WATER 
See OIL SHALES 

WASTE WATER 
OIL SHALES 

Unconventional gas recovery program plan, FY 1988, 15:120( 

(R;US) 
OIL SPILL FINGERPRINTING 

See OIL SPILLS 
OIL SPILLS 

Alaska disaster's instant market response: petro-politician 

challenged, 15:2008 (J;US) 

Occurrence of synthetic volatile organic chemicals in drinkirv 
water, food, and air (revised draft), July 1987, 15:2544 (R;US 



productivity 



OIL WELLS 
Enhanced Recovery 

Eastern Gulf of Mexico: New look shows improved potential, 

15:504 (J;US) 

Offshore finds inspire optimism, 15:1665 (J;US) 
Environmental Impacts 

Geophysical survey and commercial fishing conflicts, environ- 
mental studies, and conflict mitigation in the minerals 
management service Pacific OCS Region, 15:2890 (BA;US) 
Modeling strategic interaction with application to environmental 

engineering, 15:2893 (D;US) 
Oil and gas industry conflicts on the Outer Continental Shelf, 

15:2554 (BA;US) 

The future of the Department of the Interior OCS studies pro- 
gram, 1 5:2892 (BA;US) 
Financial Incentives 
Study of the impact of the Egyptian petroleum sector on the 

Egyptian economy, 1962-1982, 15:1497 (D;US) 
Microemulsion Flooding 
The role of subsea systems as an integral part of Occidental's 

North Sea development strategy, 15:1249 (BA;US) 
Offshore Drilling 

Drilling related performance, 15:1094 (BA;US) 
Optimization 

Plans for revitalizing OPEC, 15:2020 (J;US) 
Planning 

Transoil technology for heavy oil transportation, 15:1 248 (BA;US) 
US Congressional Research Service on Valdez: White Paper 

gem, 15:2007 (J;US) 
Pollution Regulations 

Experimental and numerical investigation of counter radiation 
variations in an arid urban environment: Phoenix, Arizona, 
15:1 843 (D;US) 

The cost of environmental compliance, 15:1842 (BA;US) 
Research Programs 
U.K. Atomic Energy Authority plans shift in research focus, 

15:11 2 (J;US) 
Underwater Operations 

A complete subsea wireline system, 15:326 (B;US) 
Rotary cyclone will improve oily water treatment and reduce 
space requirement/weight on offshore platforms, 1 5:327 (B;US) 
Waste Management 

Amendment to Louisiana Statewide Order 29-B suggested mod- 
ifications for barium criteria, 15:1840 (BA;US) 
New MMS drilling regulations, 15:1841 (BA;US) 
Water Pollution 
Resource document for consideration of the Lewiston Basin 

aquifer as a sole-source aquifer, 15:1397 (R;US) 
Well Drilling 
U.S. drilling slips further in '88; should reverse this year, 

15:1212 (J;US) 
OIL-EXPORTING COUNTRIES 

For broad, general use only; if specific countries are discussed 

use the specific country descriptor. 
See also OAPEC 
OPEC 
Bonneville Power Administration 1988 annual report, 15:966 

(R;US) 
Fueling our transportation engines after the petroleum is gone, 

15:1 276 (BA;GB) 
Human-resource planning in the Venezuelan oil industry, 

15:2000 (D;US) 

Oil demand and prices in the 1990s, 15:2015 (J;KW) 
Oil shocks, demand for oil, and productivity slowdown: an analy- 
sis with the putty-semiputty hypothesis (PSH), 15:1500 (D;US) 
OIL-IMPORTING COUNTRIES 

For broad, general use only; if specific countries are discussed, 

use the specific country descriptor. 
Comments on "the case for a variable import fee on oil", 15:952 

(J;US) 

Oil tariff policy, 15:953 (J;US) 

Political economy of Maghribi oil: Change and development in 
Algeria and Libya, 15:3011 (D;US) 



OKLAHOMA 

District heating manual, 15:2939 (B;US;ln Italian) 

Energy from biomass R and D activities of the Commission of 

the European Communities, 15:1069 (BA;US) 
Long-range outlook of the world energy market. Centering the 

oil market, 15:2972 (J; US; In Japanese) 
Monetary model for a developing oil-exporting country: the case 

of Saudi Arabia, 15:1999 (D;US) 
Reliability evaluation of sub-transmission networks with capacity 

and energy-limited hydraulic generation, 15:3063 (J;US) 
OLEFINS 

See ALKENES 
ON-LINE COMPUTERS 
See COMPUTERS 
ON-SITE POWER GENERATION 

ENEL's (Italian Electricity Board) strategies and programs within 
the framework of the Italian energy situation, 15:3025 (J;IT;ln 
Italian) 
The purpose and effect of deep strategic force reductions, 

15:1610(BA;US) 
ONTARIO 

Economic evaluation of energy saving investments, 15:1334 

(BA;CA) 
Innovative technologies for hazardous waste treatment, 15:1386 

(J;DE) 
Long-term disturbance monitoring for improved system analysis, 

15:2102(J;CA) 
Needed, 15:1963 (J;US) 
OPEC 

Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries 

Margins two years after the crash: more than a window, 15:501 

(J;US) 

New diversity shown for the ART process, 15:1254 (B;US) 
Oil tariff policy, 15:953 (J;US) 
Agreements 
Oil market developments and their impact on OAPEC member 

countries, 15:2014 (J;AT) 
Capacity 

15 years since the Oil Shock. How to keep up with the new 
change outlook of energy supply-demand and problems in 
policy, 15:2973 (J;JP;ln Japanese) 
Economic Analysis 

Global potential of marine nonfuel minerals, 15:1400 (D;GB) 
Economics 

The valuation of oil reserves, 15:2325 (BA;US) 
Energy Management 
Higher U.S. demand, prices likely, production expected to keep 

falling, 15:656 (J;US) 
Forecasting 
Higher U.S. demand, prices likely, production expected to keep 

falling, 15:656 (J;US) 
Meetings 
Oil market developments and their impact on OAPEC member 

countries, 15:2014 (J;AT) 
Operation 
Model of crude-oil pricing and the interaction between OPEC, 

the U.K. and Mexico, 15:1273 (D;GB) 
Planning 

Leadership in the oil industry, 15:2021 (J;AT) 
Prices 

Finland's energy economy in 1988, 15:1475 (J;US;ln Finnish) 
Incentives, technology, and EOR, 15:1496 (BA;US) 
Pricing Regulations 

End-use power quality RD planning: Proceedings, 15:514 (R;GB) 
Support of renewable energy activities from Petroleum Violation 

Escrow (PVE) funds, 15:355 (R;JP) 
Production 
Political economy of coal-mine safety and its contribution to the 

theory of the welfare state, 15:3013 (D;US) 
Productivity 

U.S. drilling slips further in "88; should reverse this year, 
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OPEC 

Profits - 

Empirical model of the economics of ^source extraction with 

output price and reserve-level stochastic, 15:1274 (D;GB) 
Program Management 

Leadership in the oil industry, 15:2021 (J;AT)- 

Sensitivity of consumption of oil products to price changes. An 

econometric investigation, 15:316 (J;AT) 
OPERATING COST 

End of field life economics in the North Sea, 15:330 (B;Ut>) 

Residential cool storage, 15:700 (J;US) 
ORE RESERVES 

See RESERVES 
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS 

See also HYDROCARBONS 

Air and waste management markets in a shrinking world, 
15:1870 (J;US) 

Air toxics, 15:101 (J;US) 

Cost supplement to technologies and costs for the removal of 
asbestos from potable-water supplies (first draft), February 
1987, 15:2825 (R;US) 

Factors influencing state conformance to federal environmental 
policy goals: a comparison of state implementation of vehicle 
emissions inspection/maintenance programs, 15:1387 (D;US) 

Fiscal Year 1987 program report: Delaware Water Resources 
Center, 15:61 (R;US) 

Once more, with compliance (Regulation of toxic air pollutants), 
15:96 (J;US) 

Pesticides in ground-water data base: 1988 interim report, 
15:2545 (R;US) 

Projection methodology for future state-level volatile organic 
compound emissions from stationary sources (Version 1.8). 
Final report, September 1 983-September 1 987, 15:53 (R;US) 

Restructuring of natural gas markets by regulations and legisla- 
tions, 15:1651 (BA;US) 

Review of EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) assess- 
ment of the risks of stratospheric modification. Review of the 
Stratospheric Ozone Subcommittee of the Science Advisory 
Board. Final report. 15:256 (R;US) 
ORGANIC WASTES 

See also AGRICULTURAL WASTES 

Paradigms, politics, and long-term policy change within the Cali- 
fornia water policy-making system, 15:1104 (D;US) 

The consequences of section 313, 15:2210 (J;US) 
ORGANIZATION ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION AND DEVELOP- 
MENT 

See OECD 
ORGDP 

Review of public comments on the October 1988 draft of the 
"plan and schedule for NAPAP assessment reports, 1989- 
1990", 15:754 (R;US) 
ORNL 

Building Thermal Envelope Systems and Materials (BTESM) 
and research utilization/technology transfer progress report 
for DOE Office of Buildings and Community Systems: 
Monthly progress report, 15:2578 (R;US) 

Building Thermal Envelope Systems and Materials (BTESM) 
and research utilization/technology transfer progress report 
for DOE office of buildings and community systems: Monthly 
progress report, January 1989, 15:1 122 (R;US) 

Commercializing government-sponsored innovations: Twelve 
successful buildings case studies, 15:802 (R;US) 

Community legislation (to January 1988), 15:878 (J;US;ln Span- 
ish) 

Community-sponsored financing programs for hospital energy 
investments: Final report, 1 5:797 (R;US) 

Economics of ethanol production in the United States, 15:2653 
(R;US) 

Federal Technology Catalog 1988: a guide to new and practical 
technologies. Tech notes annual index, 15:1589 (R;US) 

High-performance buildings, 15:114 (J;US) 

Monitoring load control at the feeder level using high speed 
monitoring equipment, 15:1710 (B;US) 

Research and development in biotechnology-related industries 
in Japan (1989), 15:2917 (R;US) 



The VAX 11/785 cluster-based data acquisition system at the 
KFUPM energy research laboratory, 15:1416 (J;US) 

[Discussions with International Energy Agency's Center for the 
Analysis and Dissemination of Demonstrated Energy Tech- 
nologies concerned with database and analysis study series 
of reports, Sittard, Netherlands, May 22-26 1989]: Foreign 
trip report, 15:1915 (R;US) 

OTEC 

See OCEAN THERMAL ENERGY CONVERSION 
OUTAGES 

Analysis of transient stability swings in large interconnected 

power systems by Fourier Transformation, 15:10OO (J;US) 
Identification of harmonic sources by a state estimation tech- 
nique, 15:1295 (J;US) 

Prediction of power system generator self-excitation using pat- 
tern recognition, 15:996 (J;US) 
Stochastic optimal load flow using Newton-Raphson iterative 

technique, 15:21 23 (J;US) 
OUTER CONTINENTAL SHELF 

See CONTINENTAL SHELF 
OUTPUT 

See PRODUCTION 
OVERHEAD POWER TRANSMISSION 

Adaptive transmission relaying concepts for improved perfor- 
mance, 15:678 (J;US) 
Analysis of electrical interference from power fines to gas 

pipelines part 1, 15:2726 (J;US) 

Inhomogeneous field breakdown in GIS (gas insulated 
switchgear). The prediction of breakdown probabilities and 
voltages. Part III, 15:1036 (J;US) 

Measurement of switching transients in 735-kV substations and 
assessment of their severity for transformer insulation, 
15:1 025 (J;US) 
Monitoring load control at the feeder level using high speed 

monitoring equipment, 15:1293 (J;US) 
Operation of an on-line substation diagnosis system, 15:1021 

(J;US) 

Summation of probabilistic harmonic vectors, 15:1 289 (J;US) 
OWNERSHIP 

See also LAND OWNERSHIP 

Perspectives for energy diversification in Mexico, 15:1978 

(BA;GB) 
OXIDES 

See also BARIUM OXIDES 
COPPER OXIDES 
IRON OXIDES 
LANTHANUM OXIDES 
MANGANESE OXIDES 
NITROGEN OXIDES 
STRONTIUM OXIDES 
SULFUR OXIDES 
YTTRIUM OXIDES 
ZINC OXIDES 

Optimal use of dual heating for load management, 15:1 044 (J;US) 
OXYGEN 

General dynamics large superconducting magnets for govern- 
ment applications, 15:814 (BA;US) 
OXYGEN EFFECT (RADIOBIOLOGY) 

See OXYGEN 
OXYGEN HYDRIDES 

See WATER 
OZONE 
Air Pollution 

Chemical and physical characteristics of lakes in the northeast- 
ern United States, 15:381 (R;US) 

Implications of the findings of the expedition to investigate the 
ozone hole over the Antarctic. Joint Hearing before the Sub- 
committees on Environmental Protection and Hazardous 
Wastes and Toxic Substances of the Committee on Environ- 
ment and Public Works, United States Senate, One Hundredth 
Congress, First Session, October 27, 1987, 15:2861 (B;US) 



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Air Pollution Control 

Are we cleaning up: 1 Superfund case studies; a special report 
of OTA's (Office of Technology Assessment's) assessment on 
Superfund implementation, 15:1829 (R;US) 
Scientific and technical issues facing post-1987 ozone control 

strategies: a conference summary, 15:85 (J;US) 
Air Pollution Monitoring 
Development of the DDA 8.2L diesel engine for 1 988 emission 

standards, 15:783 (B;US) 

EPA announces areas failing to attain ozone or carbon monox- 
ide standards, 15:89(J;US) 
Atmospheric Chemistry 

Review of research in support of extrapolation models by EPA's 
(Environmental Protection Agency's) Office of Research and 
Development. Final report, 15:257 (R;US) 
Biological Effects 
Development of the DDA 8.2L diesel engine for 1 988 emission 

standards, 15:783 (B;US) 
Chemical Reactions 
Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, 

15:27 (R;US) 
Ecological Concentration 

LA. to E.P.A.: don't hold your breath, 15:93 (J;US) 
Environmental Impacts 
Polluting incidents in and around US waters: calendar year, 

1984, 1985 and 1986, 15:2543 (R;US) 
Environmental Policy 
Du Pont's position on CFCs, 15:1859 (J;US) 
Steps for quality control, field implementation, 15:2006 (J;US) 
Government Policies 
Development of the DDA 8.2L diesel engine for 1 988 emission 

standards, 15:783 (B;US) 
EPA to cut US CFC production to protect ozone in stratosphere, 

15:92 (J;US) 
Health Hazards 

Carbon monoxide safety shutoff, 15:2560 (J;US) 
Legislation 
Texas environmental laws detailed in new handbook, 15:2876 

(B;US) 
Meetings 
Pennsylvania to require statewide recycling of solid wastes, 

15:1886 (J;US) 
Photochemical Reactions 
Development of the DDA 8.2L diesel engine for 1 988 emission 

standards, 15:783 (B;US) 

Implications of the Montreal Protocol for atmospheric emissions 
of alternative chemicals. Report for January-March 1988, 
15:57 (R;US) 
Pollution Regulations 

Clean Air Act Amendments (Part 2). Hearings before the Sub- 
committee on Health and the Environment of the Committee 
on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One 
Hundredth Congress, First Session on H.R. 2521, H.R. 3054, 
and H.R. 31 96, Bills to Amend the Clean Air Act to control air 
pollution from sources on the outer continental shelf, Septe, 
15:2886 (B;US) 

Emission-inventory requirements for post-1987 carbon monox- 
ide State Implementation Plans, 15:1361 (R;US) 
US/Canadian air quality effort. Hearing before the Subcommittee 
on Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Energy 
and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundredth 
Congress, First Session, October 2, 1987, 15:2887 (B;US) 
Toxlctty 
California statewide assessment of the effects of ozone on crop 

productivity, 15:87 (J;US) 
Development of the DDA 8.2L diesel engine for 1 988 emission 

standards, 1 5:783 (B;US) 
OZONE LAYER 

Compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 
and authorization of appropriations for the Office of Environ- 
mental Quality. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 
Hazardous Wastes and Toxic Substances of the Committee 
on Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, 



One Hundredth Congress, First and Second Sessions on S. 
1584 and S, 1 5:2879 (B;US) 

EPA proposes PCB tracking system, 15:1893 (J;US) 

Groundwater-related programs of the USGS and the EPA. Hear- 
ings before the Subcommittee on Water and Power of the 
Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States 
Senate, One Hundredth Congress, First Session, June 5 and 
18, 1987, 15:2882 (B;US) 

H.R. 5211: A Bill to amend the Clean Air Act to provide further 
controls of certain stationary sources of sulfur dioxides and ni- 
trogen oxides to reduce acid deposition, to provide for the 
commercialization of clean coal technologies for existing sta- 
tionary sources, and for other purposes. Introduced in the 
House of Representatives, One Hundredth Con, 15:2845 
(B;US) 

PCB Control Act of 1988. Hearing before the Subcommittee on 
Hazardous Wastes and Toxic Substances of the Committee 
on Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, 
One Hundredth Congress, Second Session on S. 2693, Au- 
gust 11, 1988, 15:2862 (B;US) 

Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 7): Times Beach, 
St. Louis County, Missouri. Minker/StouVRomaine Creek, Jef- 
ferson County, Missouri (third remedial action), September 
1988. Final report, 15:2532 (R;US) 

Value of monitoring for radon in the home: a decision analysis, 
15:1881 (J;US) 



P CODES 

Management skills and attitudes of principals toward energy uti- 
lization, 1 5:1470 (D;US) 
PACIFIC NORTHWEST LABORATORIES 

See BATTELLE PACIFIC NORTHWEST LABORATORIES 
PACIFIC NORTHWEST REGION 
See FEDERAL REGION X 
PACIFIC OCEAN 

See also BERING SEA 

Accelerating discrete energy efficiency investments through 

third party financing, 15:2494 (BA;US) 
It's starting to warm up out here, 15:1666 (J;US) 
The future of the Department of the Interior OCS studies pro- 
gram, 15:2892 (BA;US) 

The use of alternative dispute resolution in resolving outer conti- 
nental shelf disputes, 15:2891 (BA;US) 
PACKAGING 

Persistent marine debris in the North Sea, Northwest Atlantic 
Ocean, Wider Caribbean Area, and the West Coast of Baja 
California. Final report, 15:401 (R;US) 
PAH 

See POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS 
PAKISTAN 

How to negotiate a treaty, 15:454 (J;US) 

Pakistan, Congress, and the nonproliferation challenge, 15:453 

(J;US) 
PAPER INDUSTRY 

Four years experience with a large-scale energy forest planta- 
tion in southern Sweden, 15:2144 (BA;US) 
Superconductivity in Washington, D.C., 15:1129 (J;US) 
UK energy consumption logs a smaller increase in 1986, 15:541 

(J;US) 
PAPUA 

See PAPUA NEW GUINEA 
PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

Prior to October 1978, items were indexed to NEW GUINEA. 
It's starting to warm up out here, 15:1666 (J;US) 
PARTICLE-BEAM WEAPONS 

See DIRECTED-ENERGY WEAPONS 
PARTICULATES 

Prior to September 1981, this concept was indexed to PARTI- 
CLES and AEROSOLS. 

Association's executive committee recommends adoption of 
waste management business plan, 15:1891 (J;US) 



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Health effects of ozone. A critical review, 1 5:2559 (J;US) 

RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act) inspection 
manual. Final report, 15:2833 (R;US) 

Review of the NAAQS (National Ambient Air Quality Standards) 
for paniculate matter: assessment of scientific and technical 
information. Final report, 15:72 (R;US) 

Surface coal gasification program: Fiscal year 1989 summary 

program plan, 15:892 (R;US) 
PATENTS 

Use only for items about patents, not for items which are patents. 

Engineering thrust areas, 1 989, 1 5:1 126 (R;US) 
PATIENTS , . 

Stochastic impacts on farming: III. Simulation of seasonal varia- 
tion of climatic risk, 15:431 (J;US) 
PAVEMENTS 

Bus-maintenance analysis study. Final report, 15:292 (R;US) 

PCB 

See CHLORINATED AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS- 
PEAK LOAD 

Adequacy equivalents in composite power system evaluation, 

15:696 (J;US) 
PEAK POWER 

See PEAK LOAD 
PEAT 

Ground-water management under the appropriation doctrine. 

Technical report, 15:1895 (R;US) 
PEATLANDS 

See WETLANDS 
PENNSYLVANIA 

Analysis of energy usage data for water heaters under load con- 
trol, 15:1 088 (BA;US) 

Cogeneration and heat pumps in combination with thermal stor- 
age, 15:11 62 (BA;US) 
Federal and state taxation of highway diesel fuel: administration 

and compliance, 15:902 (R;US) 

Indoor Air Quality Act of 1987. Hearing before the Subcommit- 
tee on Environmental Protection of the Committee on 
Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, One 
Hundredth Congress, First Session on S. 1629, November 
20, 1987, 15:2865 (B;US) 
International energy agency, 15:900 (R;US) 
Maximizing the existing potential of new foreign markets for an- 
thracite: Executive summary, 15:899 (R;US) 
Performance of sunspaces in northern climates, 1 5:1 1 83 (BA;US) 
Sampling surveys of hazardous wastes at industrial facilities, 

15:1 887 (J;US) 

Surface contamination guidelines, 15:2198 (RA;US) 
The USSR sets another record, 15:1219 (J;US) 
The situation of the coal industry in the People's Republic of 

China and the policies to be taken, 15:1265 (BA;US) 
PEOPLES DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF YEMEN 

Management of stream-aquifer systems, 1 5:1 899 (D;GB) 
PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA 

See CHINA 
PERFORMANCE 

The potential of anaerobic biotechnology for treatment of stil- 

lage in the fuel ethanol industry, 15:1802 (BA;GB) 
PERMIAN BASIN 

Parametric study of the undiscovered resource base: recom- 
mendations for enhancing the GRI (Gas Research Institute) 
baseline projection. Volume 2. Lower-48 onshore resource 
base comparison. Final report, 15:182 (R;US) 
PERSONNEL 

Studies of groups of persons employed in a particular field of en- 
deavor. For studies on individuals in a group see also MAN. 
See also CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL 
MILITARY PERSONNEL 
MINERS 

PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL 

Automotive methanol vapors and human health: an evaluation 
of existing scientific information and issues for future re- 
search. Special report, 15:247 (R;US) 
Environmental assessment for Breeder Reprocessing Engineer- 
ing Test (BRET): Revision 1, 15:1098 (R;US) 



PESTICIDES 

See also HERBICIDES 

INSECTICIDES 

Financing hazardous-waste risks in Wisconsin, 15:1392 (D;US) 
Fiscal year 1987 summary report of NOAA (National Oceanic 
and Atmospheric Administration) Meteorology Division sup- 
port to the environmental protection agency. Technical memo 
15:2546 (R;US) 

Ground Water Safety Act of 1988. Introduced in the Senate, 
One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, October 3 1 988 
Report 1 00-583, 1 5:2858 (B;US) 
Protecting ground water: pesticides and agricultural practices. 

Technical report (Final), 15:39 (R;US) 

Reauthorization of the Earthquake Hazards Reduction Act of 
1 977. Report of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, 
and Transportation on H.R. 1612. US Senate, One Hundredth 
Congress, First Session, December 9, 1987, 15:2859 (B;US) 
PETROCHEMICAL FEEDSTOCKS 

See PETROCHEMICALS 
PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS 

Coal-fueled gas turbines, 15:958 (BA;US) 

Energy utilization in rural China, 15:2766 (RA;US) 

Plumbing the earth's depth, 15:191 (J;US) 

Reuse of waste water for industrial cooling systems, 15:107 

(J;US) 

The growing world LP-gas supply, 15:2650 (J;US) 
PETROCHEMICALS 

See also PLASTICS 

Pacific region oil product trade, 15:2966 (RA;US) 
PETROLEUM 

Limited to crude oil; see also COAL LIQUIDS, SHALE OIL, etc. 
See also PETROLEUM FRACTIONS 
Business 

World petroleum outlook for the early 1990's, 15:1259 (B;US) 
Chemical Composition 
Eastern Gulf of Mexico: New look shows improved potential, 

1 5:504 (J;US) 
Compiled Data 

Comments on coal and related issues, 15:2630 (RA;US) 
Cost 
The technical normative: Its importance in building innovation, 

15:2957 (J;JP;ln Italian) 
Demand Factors 
1986 oil price declines bring with it increased demand, declining 

production, and increasing imports, 15:204 (J;US) 
Disturbing thought for OPEC in one, uncomplicated graph, 

15:201 6 (J;US) 

Household energy handbook: an interim guide and reference 
manual. World Bank technical paper, 1 5:261 4 (R;US;ln French) 
Domestic Supplies 

International Energy Agency, 1 5:2306 (R;US) 
Energy Consumption 

Clean Coal Technology Demonstration Program: Draft Pro- 
grammatic Environmental Impact Statement, 15:1988 (R;US) 
The United States Congress and alternative transportation fuel 

development, 15:1242 (BA;US) 
Energy Demand 
Energy in Venezuela: keeping pace with dynamic changes, 

1 5:508 (J;US) 
The prospects for coal briquetting in the Third World, 15:2651 

(J;US) 

Energy Policy 

Energy policy of Japan, 15:2980 (J;US;ln Japanese) 
Status of US coal, 15:2302 (RA;US) 

The Saarberg-Holter wet FGD (flue gas desulfurization) pro- 
cess, 15:1244 (BA;US) 
Energy Source Development 
FERC shifts nine Northeast gas proposals for fast-track solution, 

15:192(J;US) 
Oil-Sector indicators, 1988: US producers still exploring for 

clout, 15:1661 (J;US) 
Energy Supplies 

Clean Coal Technology Demonstration Program: Draft Pro- 
grammatic Environmental Impact Statement, 15:1988 (R;US) 



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Petroleum supply monthly, April 1989: Final 1988 statistics in 

summary section, 15:1984 (R;US) 

Quarterly coal report, October-December 1988, 15:1985 (R;US) 
Enhanced Recovery 

Energy Conversion and Storage Program: Applied Science Di- 
vision annual report, FY 1987, 15:1912 (R;US) 
Octane shortages - Reality or myth, 15:1250 (B;US) 
Removal and abandonment, 15:1247 (BA;US) 
Exploratory Wells 
Fire flood recovery process effects upon heavy oil properties, 

15:503 (J;US) 
Exports 
Changes of the territorial structure' of gas demand and supply, 

15:936 (B;US) 
Higher U.S. demand, prices likely, production expected to keep 

falling, 15:656 (J;US) 

Maximizing the existing potential of new foreign markets for an- 
thracite, 15:898(R;US) 
Forecasting 

Clean Coal Technology Demonstration Program: Draft Pro- 
grammatic Environmental Impact Statement, 15:1988 (R;US) 
Fuel Consumption 
Clean coal technology: an environmental perspective, 15:497 

(R;US) 

Heat from smoke, 15:2017 (J;GB) 
Short-term energy outlook: Quarterly projections, October 1988 

(Contains glossary), 15:299 (R;US) 
Fuel Substitution 
Changes of the territorial structure of gas demand and supply, 

15:936(B;US) 
Characterization of wood-burning stoves by measuring instant 

values of burning rate and heat loss, 15:2158 (BA;US) 
Coal as guardian of America's society: a policy of US energy in- 
dependence, 15:1243 (BA;US) 
Coal preparation and the clean coal technology program, 

15:919(BA;US) 

Producing energy savings in industrial buildings, 15:960 (BA;US) 
Government Policies 

Financial engineering activity of the Commission, 15:560 (BA;JP) 
Fire flood recovery process effects upon heavy oil properties, 

15:503(J;US) 
Health Hazards 
Future exploration and production restructuring calls for global 

strategy, 15:658 (J;US) 
Imports 
Australia: Asia Pacific Energy Series: Country report, 15:732 

(R;US) 
Comments on "the case for a variable import fee on oil", 15:952 

(J;US) 

International mineral economics, 15:955 (B;US) 
Margins two years after the crash: more than a window, 15:501 

(J;US) 

New energy development, 15:2285 (RA;US) 
Sensible energy policy does not include a variable import fee, 

15:954 (J;US) 
Thailand: Asia Pacific energy series: Country report, 15:734 

(R;US) 
Inventories 

Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 1, 15:2317 (R;US) 
Utilities and economic development: new partnerships for 

growth. Final report, 15:1340 (R;US) 
World heavy crude and bitumen riches, 1988: half the world's oil 

future is mortgaged by low prices, 15:1660 (J;US) 
Market 
15 years since the Oil Shock. How to keep up with the new 

change outlook of energy supply-demand and problems in 

policy, 15:2973 (J;JP;ln Japanese) 
1 986 oil price declines bring with it increased demand, declining 

production, and increasing imports, 15:204 (J;US) 
Energy interdependence: global issues and options, 15:176 

(RA;US) 

Global potential of marine nonfuel minerals, 15:1400 (D;GB) 
Maine Office of Energy Resources 1986-87 distillate price and 

inventory monitoring program: Final report, 15:1482 (R;US) 



Offshore rig outlook may improve in 3-5 years, 15:2002 (J;US) 

Status report on current MHD R and D in Italy, 15:1241 (BA;US) 

Support of renewable energy activities from Petroleum Violation 
Escrow (PVE) funds, 15:355 (R;JP) 

System and material specifications for an advanced gas- 
distribution system, Task 1: strengths and weaknesses of 
current distribution system. Topical report, December 1987- 
June1988, 15:650 (R;US) 
Marketing 

Documentation for the State Energy Price and Expenditure Data 
System diskettes, 15:1486 (R;US) 

Morgantown Energy Technology Center Publications List, FY 
1988,15:1644 (R;US) 

OPEC [Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries] an- 
nual statistical bulletin, 1987, 15:315 (R;US) 

Size of manufacturing establishments, economies of scale, and 
the cost offuel consumed: An empirical analysis of 1972 and 
1977, 15:3067 (D;US) 
Monitoring 

Agreement reached on cleanup of Maine site, 1 5:86 (J;US) 
Offshore Platforms 

Reperforation of North Sea electric submersible pump wells us- 
ing an ESP/Y-tool/TCP system, 15:325 (B;US) 
Political Aspects 

Heat pump ground coil analysis with thermal interference, 

15:744 (J;JP) 
Pollution Regulations 

Indoor Air Quality Act of 1987. Hearing before the Subcommit- 
tee on Environmental Protection of the Committee on 
Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, One 
Hundredth Congress, First Session on S. 1629, November 
20, 1987, 15:2865 (B;US) 
Prices 

15 years since the Oil Shock. How to keep up with the new 
change outlook of energy supply-demand and problems in 
policy, 15:2973 (J;JP;ln Japanese) 

A correlation for thermodynarnic properties of heavy fossil-fuel 
fractions, 15:659 (J;US) 

A mechanistic model for axisymmetric cavity growth during un- 
derground coal gasification, 15:917 (J;US) 

Burgeoning regulations change role of landman, 15:2003 (J;US) 

Changes of the territorial structure of gas demand and supply, 
1 5:936 (B;US) 

Coal production steady in 1986 - a major accomplishment, 
1 5:205 (J;US) 

Colombian exploration proceeding at swift pace, 15:502 (J;US) 

Disturbing thought for OPEC in one, uncomplicated graph, 
15:201 6 (J;US) 

Empirical model of the economics of resource extraction with 
output price and reserve-level stochastic, 15:1274 (D;GB) 

Energy prices in the developing countries, 15:1547 (J;GB;ln 
French) 

Environmental challenges will need cooperative solutions, 
15:657 (J;US> 

Exchange of futures for physicals offers several hedging strate- 
gies for volatile markets, 15:1213 (J;US) 

FERC orders and the evolving natural gas market, 15:2323 
(BA;US) 

Financial engineering activity of the Commission, 1 5:560 (BA;JP) 

Fire protection survey Pinellas Plant Largo, Florida, 15:1348 
(R;US) 

Gasification of RDF in a pressurized fluidized bed, 15:2465 
(BA;US) 

Hydrogen as an energy carrier, 15:3017 (B;US) 

Improving public awareness of the importance of coal and clean 
coal technology, 15:1642 (R;US) 

Information and automation technology: Serving electric utility 
customers in the 1990s: Conference proceedings, 15:1968 
(R;US) 

Kinetics of heavy oil/coal coprocessing, 15:910 (J;US) 

Model of crude-oil pricing and the interaction between OPEC, 
the U.K. and Mexico, 15:1273 (D;GB) 

OPEC's November agreement and the future of the oil market, 
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Prices 

Offshore finds inspire optimism, 15:1665 (J;US) 

Oil and related issues, 15:2301 (RA;US) 

Oil demand and prices in the 1 990s, 15:2015 (J;KW) 

Oil market developments and their impact on OAPEC member 
countries, 1 5:2014 (J;AT) 

Oil tariff policy, 15:953 (J;US) . 

On the significance of hydrogen for energy policies. An investi- 
gation through systems analysis, 15:1501 (R;US;ln German) 

Outlook for refining in Asian and developing countries, 15:198 
(J;US) , . . 

Parachute Creek Shale Oil Program. Environmental monitoring 
plan, Annual report, October 1, 1 987-September 30, 1988, 
1 5:2996 (R;US) 

Plans for revitalizing OPEC, 1 5:2020 (J;US) 

Political economy of Maghribi oil: Change and development in 
Algeria and Libya, 15:3011 (D;US) 

Political economy of coal-mine safety and its contribution to the 
theory of the welfare state, 15:3013 (D;US) 

Producing energy savings in industrial buildings, 15:960 (BA;US) 

Regional analysis of the production technology in the US manu- 
facturing industry, 1955-1976, 15:1096 (D;US) 

Rising oil price is worrisome for interest rates in 1 988, 15:16 (J;US) 

The case for a variable import fee on oil, 15:951 (J;US) 

The integration of geostatistics into the quality control effort at 
Consolidation Coal Company, 15:1228 (BA;US) 

The long-term trends in US gas supply and prices: The 1988 
GRI baseline projection of US energy supply and demand to 
2010: Gas Research Insights, 15:1632 (R;US) 

Turkey operates its first overland conveyor with horizontal 
curves, 15:2023 (J;US) 

U.S. drilling slips further in '88; should reverse this year, 
15:1212 (J;US) 

World petroleum markets: a framework for reliable projections, 
the Petroleum Finance Company, Ltd. World Bank technical 
paper, 1 5:649 (R;US) 
Pricing Regulations 

Support of renewable energy activities from Petroleum Violation 

Escrow (PVE) funds, 15:355 (R;JP) 
Production 

Alaska disaster's instant market response: petro-poltticians 
challenged, 15:2008 (J;US) 

Annual outlook for oil and gas 1989, 15:1987 (R;US) 

Canadian petroleum industry experienced bleak financial perfor- 
mance in 1986, 15:197 (J;US) 

Energy policy of Japan, 15:2980 (J;US;ln Japanese) 

Federalism in action: Canadian and Australian offshore dis- 
putes compared, 15:512 (D;CA) 

Oil and related issues, 15:2301 (RA;US) 

Potential curbed by lack of funds, 15:1662 (J;US) 

Public meetings for views and comments on the conduct of the 
1989 Clean Coal Technology Solicitation: Denver, Colorado, 
January 18, 1989; Irving, Texas, February 2, 1989; and At- 
lanta, Georgia, February 16, 1989: Summary proceedings, 
15:2639 (R;US) 

Quarterly oil report: First quarter, 1988, 15:496 (R;US) 

Sensitivity of consumption of oil products to price changes. An 

econometric investigation, 15:316 (J;AT) 
Refining 

The aggregate production profile for US crude oil, 15:495 (R;JP) 
Research Programs 

CHINA: A survey of Chinese refining: From toppers to bottoms, 

15:897 (R;US) 
Reserves 

Black locust, 15:1996 (BA;US) 

Financial engineering activity of the Commission, 15:560 (BA;JP) 

Fire hazard from an underwater release of natural gas, 15:509 
(B;US) 

International petroleum statistics report, July 1989, 15:2304 
(R;US) 

Rising oil import dependence colors world energy outlook 
1 5:507 (J;US) 

Social impact of hydrocarbon development on two northern Arc- 
tic communities, 15:1494 (D;US) 



Reservoir Engineering 

A perspective of service company operations in China, 15:1239 

(BA;US) 
Reservoir Rock 

Offshore finds inspire optimism, 15:1665 (J;US) 
Resource Depletion 
Analytical Chemistry Laboratory: Progress report for FY 1988, 

15:11 13 (R;GB) 
Resource Potential 

Public meetings for views and comments on the conduct of the 
1 989 Clean Coal Technology Solicitation: Denver, Colorado, 
January 18, 1989; Irving, Texas, February 2, 1989; and At- 
lanta, Georgia, February 16, 1989: Summary proceedings, 
15:2639 (R;US) 
Severance Tax 

Central energy systems: Applications to economic develop- 
ment, 15:2177 (R;US) 
Socio-Economlc Factors 
Heat pump ground coil analysis with thermal interference, 

15:744 (J;JP) 
Statistical Data 
Federal oil research: A strategy