On this page:
Definition of the noun Emergy
What does Emergy mean as a name of something?
- [ecology] the total energy used in the life cycle of some product
- Emergy is a type of available energy that is consumed in direct and indirect transformations needed to make a product or service. Emergy accounts for, and is, therefore, in effect a measure of quality differences between different forms of energy. Emergy is an expression of all the energy used in the work processes that generate a product or service in units of one type of energy. Emergy is measured in units of emjoules, a unit referring to the available energy of one kind consumed in transformations. Emergy accounts for different forms of energy and resources Each form is generated by transformation processes in nature and each has a different ability to support work in natural and human dominated systems. The recognition of these differences in quality is a key concept of the emergy methodology.
- Emergy: Recientemente la metodología de evaluación de emergía se ha llamado “Síntesis Emergética”. Síntesis, palabra opuesta a aquella de análisis, es el acto de combinar elementos en un todo coherente. Análisis es la disección y ruptura de un todo en sus partes constituyentes para entender sus diferentes piezas. La evaluación de la emergía es tanto sintética como analítica, y en su esfuerzo por comprender la totalidad del sistema al mismo tiempo evalúa sus componentes. La emergía es un concepto sistémico contexto-dependiente. Se trata de una poderosa herramienta para examinar sistemas conjuntos de ser humano y naturaleza que se basa en su habilidad para explorar a la vez tanto los componentes, como los procesos, los recursos y la energía que dirigen estos sistemas desde una escala espacio-temporal mayor. Al evaluar los sistemas complejos usando métodos emergéticos se integran las principales entradas del sistema desde la economía y aquellas provenientes del medio ambiente con el objetivo de afrontar problemas de políticas públicas y gestión ambiental de un modo holístico.
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Emergy
Click on a title to look inside that book (if available):
Ecological Emergy Accounting for a Limited System: General Principles and a Case Study of Macao (2014)
by Kampeng Lei, Shaoqi Zhou, Zhishi Wang
“Emergy is a universal measure of real wealth of the work of nature and society made on a common basis” that allows direct comparisons between flows of money, energy, and materials despite the different units used to measure these flows ...
A Planning Guide by Zhifeng Yang
Emergy is a quantity based in the second law of thermodynamics because it is a measure that accumulates all the energy used up in the process of creating any item in terms of a common energy unit, that is, an emjoule of solar energy, coal ...
Engineering, Engineering by CTI Reviews
Emergy is an expression of all the energy used in the work processes that generate a product or service in units of one type of energy. Exergy: In thermodynamics, the exergy of a system is the maximum useful work possible during a process ...
Encyclopedia of Ecology (2014)
Definitions Emergy, Energy, and Quality Transformity and Specific Emergy Calculating UEVs Emergy and Hierarchy UEVs and Quality UEVs, Efficiency, and Integrity Definitions 'Energy' is the ability to do work. Energy is a property of all things ...
Dictionary of Energy (2014)
by Cutler J. Cleveland, Christopher G. Morris
emergy Measurement. a statement of all the energy and material resources used in the work processes that have generated a product or service, calculated in units of one particular form of energy, often in solar ...
by Martin Abraham
Emergy analysis postulates that a hierarchical energy structure exists in humanecological systems in which solar energy is...
More formally, emergy is defined as “the amount of available energy of one kind that is used up in transformations ...
by Charles François
EMERGY“. “The total amount of energy embodied in the creation of some thing or conditions, and bringing it into a certain...
According to this definition, it becomes possible to use “emergy accounting as a rigorously quantitative tool for ...
by Dr Gwendolyn Leick, Gwendolyn Leick
Emergy, W.B.,Egypt in Nubia (London 1965) building inscription The maintenanceand restorationof existing monuments was one of the mostcostly responsibilities ofancient Oriental kings.
a new and original work presenting ... every word in the English language ... and an exhaustive encyclopaedia of all the arts and sciences by Robert Hunter, Charles Morris
Heavy, sluggiah, alow , without liie, emergy, or spirits. 3. Slow of motion ; sluggish . waters waxed dull and slow, lit thereof did faint and fecblrgrow." Spnumr: P. 1. vlL s. And all that drank 4. Without seiiaibility. " Though be was too dull to feel, hla ...
Online dictionaries and encyclopedias with entries for Emergy
Click on a label to prioritize search results according to that topic:
Photos about Emergy
Click on an item to view that photo:
by Maria Michails-Posidis
Photo credit: Bekathwia
If you need related images for an article or a report, you can download stock photos:
Video about Emergy
Video shows what emergy means. the total energy used in the life cycle of some product; the available energy of one kind that has to be used up directly and ...
Scrabble value of E1M3E1R1G2Y4
The value of this 6-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
Anagrams of EMERGY
What do you get if you rearrange the letters?
See also the blanagrams of Emergy!
Share this page
Go to the usage examples of Emergy to see it in context!