American Journal of Energy Research
The Special Issue in internal combustion engines will be a forum for the publication of high-quality peer-reviewed papers on alternative fuels for diesel and petrol engines, applications of biodiesel and vegetable oils in internal combustion engines, combustion simulation, and mathematical models in petrol and diesel engines. This issue also publishes contributions that employ existing experimental techniques to gain an understanding of the underlying flow dynamics in the area of combustion. Study the combustion processes by using numerical simulation methods, which play important roles in the ways of extending research topics, reducing research costs, discovering new phenomena, and developing new technologies.
The suggested intention of this issue is the development and application of numerical and experimental techniques for performance parameters and exhaust emissions measurements of petrol and diesel engines fuelled by alternative fuels such as natural gas, hydrogen, liquefied petroleum gas, Methanol, Ethanol, biodiesel and vegetable oils.
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Submission Deadline: January, 2015Notification of Acceptance: February, 2015Final Version Due: March, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: April, 2015
Chief Guest Editor
Mohammed Saber GadMechanical Engineering department- National Research Centre- EgyptEmail: email@example.com
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Energy is a central concept in most branches of natural science, social science and engineering. It plays a vital role, affecting all the activities that take place in the society. Its role in economic development and production process are realized by the quantum of Gross National Product (GNP) and per capita GNP. It plays a crucial role in chemical reactions, cloud formations, functioning of cells, production of goods, transportation etc. One of the megatrends that shape the emerging markets infrastructure opportunity today id the need for energy. Almost 1.3 billion people in the world live without access to electricity. A further 1.3 billion are dependent on biomass for cooking. The bulk of those are concentrated in Africa and developing Asia. What makes this sector particularly interesting for investors is the fact that people are generally willing to pay for electricity, whereas they can be reluctant to pay for other infrastructure related services.
This special issue on energy infrastructure in emerging markets aims to bring out the trends, issues in energy sector management in the emerging markets including Asia, Africa, ASEAN, BRICS and others.
This special issue will provide the energy development trends and recent initiatives and findings of the energy related research from the emerging markets.
Submission Deadline: October 30, 2014Notification of Acceptance: November 15, 2014Final Version Due: November 30, 2014Special Issue Publishing Date: December 15, 2014
Dr. G. Sathis KumarGreat Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai. INDIAEmail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest EditorDr. S. RamaswamyThe Gandhigram Rural Institute – Deemed University, Gandhigram. INDIA
Dr. R. Hari KumarHon. General Secretary, Society of Energy Engineers & Managers (SEEMS), Thiruvanthapuram, INDIA
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In the world, the developments of fuel cells are very important issue that is very clear. Many countries are carrying out some work on the fuel cell. Also, these countries give weight to improving the performance and efficiency of the fuel cell studies. Nowadays, we need fuel cells for the energy. The major problem is related to the strength in fuel cells which should use an automotive hydrogen fuel power, recycling, power systems and portable electronic devices that is the most important energy conversion technology. So developing multiscale modeling simulation on multiphase transport performance, efficiency, degradation, and interfacial effects are important in fuel cells’ studies.
Submission Deadline: February 01, 2015Notification of Acceptance: March 01, 2015Final Version Due: April 01, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: May 01, 2015
Tolga TanerAksaray University, Department of Motor Vehicles and TransportationEmail: email@example.com
Guest EditorFeng-Yuan ZhangThe University of Tennessee Space Institute, Mechanical, Aerospace & Biomedical EngineeringEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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