SCIREA Journal of Energy (ISSN: 2995-7737)

SCIREA Journal of Energy is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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Qiang Yang, Lai Wei, Yanlin Lu, Dongchang Zhu, Pengchang Wu
Abstract: Cyclodextrins are widely used in medicine, daily chemicals and other fields, because of its special physical and chemical properties and excellent biological characteristics, but due to the limitation of poor solubility, various modification methods have become a research hotspot for scientific researchers. In this paper, p
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Cawas Phiroze Nazir
Abstract: The design of an Improved Hybrid Solar Wind Turbine (IHSWT) is described in which solar and wind are combined and converted into a single energy source. It consists of installing solar panels on the south- facing façade of the wind turbine tower. To capture maximum sunlight, the solar panels below the turbine blade, are mou
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Ivan Babayev
Abstract: The article describes the most common schematic diagrams of electro-hydraulic control systems for steam turbines. The main advantages and disadvantages of these schemes are given. It is noted that for the modernization of steam turbines in operation, the cheapest and most effective is the choice of electro-hydraulic systems
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Katsuhide Murata
Abstract: In this study, the author investigated the validity of the radical transfer mechanism for thermal degradation of polymers based on experimental facts and macroscopic considerations. There are various insufficiencies in the radical transfer mechanism which cannot provide any mechanistic explanation, such as the existence of
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Katsuhide Murata
Abstract: In this study the author investigated the effect of non-acidic porous solid (silicalite) on the thermal degradation behavior of polypropylene and polystyrene, and found that silicalite affects the thermal degradation behavior of polypropylene and polystyrene as well as polyethylene, respectively. And for comparison with sil
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Edgie Yuda Kaesti, Heriyanto, Theomas Abdi Jaya, Michael Janzen Arinatama, Adha Bayu Wijaya
Abstract: Field "X" one of the oil and gas fields was have 3 operating wells. The daily production of oil and gas up to April 27, 2019, was 215 BOPD and gas was 0.15 MMSCFD, where previously the produced gas was discharged by flare and oil was flowed directly to the collecting station. The problem with this research is that the origi
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Cawas Phiroze Nazir
Abstract: To improve the overall energy production from the wind turbine and lower the levelized cost of energy (LCOE), an innovative approach for the design of a hybrid solar-wind turbine (HSWT) is proposed. The present concept is based on installing arrays of solar panels on the south-facing facade of the turbine tower to generate
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Boni Swadesi, Dedy Kristanto, Indah Widyaningsih, Sri Wahyuni Murni, Sinosa Husenido, Mahruri Sanmurjana, Roiduz Zumar, Septoratno Siregar
Abstract: Understanding polymer flow behaviour in porous media is essential to know the performance of polymer injection on oil recovery factor enhancement that is affected by various parameters. This research work conducted a series of waterflooding and polymer injection processes on acrylic or polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) micromo
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Xinchun Li, Zhongwei Wang, Liang Zhang
Abstract: Thermoelectric generator (TEG) for power generation system is proposed for energy recovery. The heat from cooling scramjet would be converted to electric energy. A parametric study of TEGs power generation system for heat recovery has been performed. The output power, the efficiency and the fuel flow saving ratio of the sys
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G.V.Skornyakov
Abstract: The general scheme of heat-to-electric power conversion in closed thermally inhomogeneous heterogeneous flow with constantly renewable local imbalance is considered. Conversion system comprises high-speed motor-generator rigidly coupled with propulsor. Propulsor has the form of rotating vessel containing liquid phase of wor
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