International Journal of Renewable Energy Development
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#1Hoang Phuong Nguyen (Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics)
#2Phuoc Quy Phong Nguyen (UT-HCMC: Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport)
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The global shipping industry has been contributing more than four-fifths of the volume of goods transported internationally. However, shipping is facing pressure from strict policies on combating climate change from the International Maritime Organization (IMO). Seaports are an essential component of shipping and are also having to change their development strategies to be more sustainable and smarter. The concept of a green port was born as an inevitable part of the green economic development p...
#1Aditya Kolakoti (Raghu Engineering College)H-Index: 5
#2Muji Setiyo (UMM: Muhammadiyah University of Magelang)H-Index: 4
Last. Muhammad Latifur Rochman (UMM: Muhammadiyah University of Magelang)
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In this work, naturally available moringa oleifera leaves are chosen as a heterogeneous catalyst for biodiesel production from palm oil. The dry moringa oleifera leaves are calcinated up to 700 °C for 3 hours to improve their adsorbing property. The calcinated catalyst characterization analysis from XRD and EDX highlights the presence of calcium, potassium, and other elements. Response surface method (RSM) optimization and artificial neural network (ANN) modeling were carried out to elucidate th...
#1Vijayan Jayaram (NIU: Noorul Islam University)
#2B Bavanish (NIU: Noorul Islam University)
This article addresses the simulation and experiments performed on a Gorlov Helical Turbine (GHT) by altering the index of revolution of its helical blades. Gorlov Helical Turbine is a hydrokinetic turbine that generates energy from the perennial/tidal source. The paper serves a two-fold purpose: parametric optimisation of Gorlov Helical Turbine with respect to the index of revolution and viability of installing the turbines in river creeks. Nine models of turbines with a diameter of 0.600 m and...
#1Raghvendra Sarvjeet Dubey (Swarnandhra College of Engineering and Technology)
#2S. Saravanan (Swarnandhra College of Engineering and Technology)H-Index: 4
The issues related to global energy needs and environmental safeties as well as health crisis are some of the major challenges faced by the human, which make us to generate new pollution-free and sustainable energy sources. For that the optical functional nanostructures can be manipulated the confined light at the nanoscale level. These characteristics are emerging and leading candidate for the solar energy conversion. The combination of photonic (dielectric) and plasmonic (metallic) nanostructu...
#1Bruno Luis-Badillo (IMT: Institut Mines-Télécom)
#2Daniel Guerrero-Hoyos (IMT: Institut Mines-Télécom)
Last. Luis Rojas-Solórzano (NU: Nazarbayev University)H-Index: 9
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Heat is the largest energy end-use globally, accounting for 50% of the total energy consumed and 40% of total global carbon dioxide emissions in 2018. Nevertheless, despite the notable efforts to increase renewables and sustainability, the global share of renewables in heat end-uses has not improved in two decades. Under this context, solar thermal technologies such as solar water heaters (SWH) are crucial in the clean energy transition. Governments react to such efforts by enacting public polic...
#1Youssef Admi (Mohammed V University)
#2Mohammed Amine Moussaoui (Mohammed V University)
Last. Ahmed Mezrhab (Mohammed V University)
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In this paper, a numerical investigation was performed to simulate laminar flow and heat transfer characteristics in a two-dimensional horizontal channel, comprising three heated square cylinders placed side-by-side and controlled by a downstream detached partition. The Double Multiple Relaxation Time Lattice Boltzmann Method (MRT-LBM) is applied as the numerical method was using the MRT-D2Q9 model and the MRT-D2Q5 model to treat the flow and the temperature fields respectively. The problem cons...
#1Anthony O Onokwai (LMU: Landmark University)
#2Imhade P. Okokpujie (ABUAD: Afe Babalola University)
Last. Esther T Akinlabi (Pan-African University)
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This study deals with a preliminary investigation of biomass samples' physicochemical, structural composition, and thermal properties to aid the appropriate selection of biomass utilized for pyrolysis operation. The proximate, ultimate, structural composition and thermal analyses were conducted using seven lignocellulose biomass samples obtained in Ajase market, Ajasse Ipo, Kwara State, Nigeria, and Omu-Aran, Kwara State, Nigeria. Results showed that the average moisture contents (MC) ranged fro...
#1Salem Nijmeh (HU: Hashemite University)
#2Ahmad Bani Yaseen (HU: Hashemite University)H-Index: 1
Last. Mohammad Juaidy (HU: Hashemite University)
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The use of hybrid photovoltaic/thermal (PV/T) and low concentrating photovoltaic/thermal (LCPV/T) systems can significantly enhance the overall solar energy conversion efficiency by delivering electricity and thermal energy. This paper presents a case study using a standing PV system's theoretical and modeling approach that can be modified to adapt to the hybrid technology. Firstly, a single-pass conventional PV/T air-cooled collector is investigated based on heat transfer and electrical models ...
#1Ngo Xuan Cuong (Hue University)H-Index: 2
#2Nhu Y Do (HUMG: Hanoi University of Mining and Geology)
Last. Đặng Quốc Vương (Hanoi University of Science and Technology)
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This paper presents modeling and experimental studies on water spray coolers for commercial photovoltaic modules. This paper has compared the energy yield of four photovoltaic commercial modules that were installed with a fixed tilt angle being equal to the local latitude in central Vietnam, including one photovoltaic module using a water spray cooler and three photovoltaic modules without cooling. Experimental results on sunny days have been shown that the energy yield difference between four P...
#1Faraz Ul Haq (UET Taxila: University of Engineering and Technology Taxila)
#2Tanzeel Ur Rashid (UET Taxila: University of Engineering and Technology Taxila)
Last. Ubaid Ur Rehman Zia (SDPI: Sustainable Development Policy Institute)
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Despite global calls for climate change and its impacts in past decade, energy sector of Pakistan has remained highly dominated by high-cost carbon-intensive resources. Although a significant number of policies have been put forward by both provincial and federal government in last three years, the ground-level implementation of these policies is non-existent, and Pakistan’s progress is still far behind the developed countries. This study therefore performs a socio-economic analysis of solar PV ...
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