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An estimation of the energy and exergy efficiencies for the energy resources consumption in the transportation sector in Malaysia

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  • Saidur, R.
  • Sattar, M.A.
  • Masjuki, H.H.
  • Ahmed, S.
  • Hashim, U.

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  • Saidur, R. & Sattar, M.A. & Masjuki, H.H. & Ahmed, S. & Hashim, U., 2007. "An estimation of the energy and exergy efficiencies for the energy resources consumption in the transportation sector in Malaysia," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 35(8), pages 4018-4026, August.
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