Journal of Energy Conservation

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JEC

Ongoing Special Issue - 1
 
Special Issue On -   Renewable energy and Green practices
 
Special issue By  Dr. Syed Abdul Rehman
This special issue calls for original papers with important and novel contributions related to – “Renewable energy and Green practices
 

Topics of interests include

  • Green energy
  • Bio-fuels
  • Solar energy
  • Energy efficiency
  • Global warming
  • Climate change
  • Environmental degradation
  • Wind energy
  • Sustainable economic growth
  • Ecological business practices

We look for high quality publications on - "Renewable energy and Green practices ".

Reviews which include the comparative view, Original research papers as well as short communications and letters on new developments and applications are welcome and are to be written in Standard English. Formatting a manuscript with headings and Sub headings is necessary and views are to be presented clearly. New approaches are mainly in interest.


Metrics:

  • Last Date of Submissions: Will be updated soon
  • Acceptance period:
    • 1st round – 1 month
    • 2nd round – 3 weeks
    • 3rd round – 2 weeks
    • 4th round – 1 week
  • Last Date of Publication: Will be updated soon
  • People involved: Dr. Syed Abdul Rehman  - Editor

 

Dr. Syed Abdul Rehman

Editor

 


The importance and need for this special issue:
Sustainable energy refers to the use of natural environmental cycles to generate an infinite supply of energy that is nonpolluting. Renewable energy offers renewability and cleanliness as two advantages over conventional energy. Renewable energy includes solar energy, hydro-power, wind energy, marine energy, geothermal energy, hydrogen power, and biomass energy. A number of people also call these “green energies”
Sustainable energy is renewable and low in pollution and energy consumption. In addition, it is unaffected by energy shortages. However, they are influenced by natural conditions—for example, hydraulic, wind, and solar power generation are all necessarily dependent on resource availability. In addition, investment and maintenance costs are high, and efficiency is low. Therefore, the costs of power generation are high. A number of scientists are seeking new technologies and methods for improving renewable energy. Renewable energy is certain to play an increasingly critical role as Earth’s resources are depleted. 

Ongoing Special Issue - 2
 
Special Issue On -   Pressure Swing Adsorption System to Separate Nitrogen, Methane and Ethane from the Petrochemical Flare Gas
 
Special issue By  Dr. Javadi Shokroo
 
This special issue calls for original papers with important and novel contributions related to – “Pressure Swing Adsorption System to Separate Nitrogen, Methane and Ethane from the Petrochemical Flare Gas
 

Topics of interests include

  • Flare gas recovery
  • Nitrogen recovery
  • Methane recovery
  • Ethane recovery
  • Pressure swing adsorption
  • Pilot plant experiments

We look for high quality publications on - "Pressure Swing Adsorption System to Separate Nitrogen, Methane and Ethane from the Petrochemical Flare Gas ".

Reviews which include the comparative view, Original research papers as well as short communications and letters on new developments and applications are welcome and are to be written in Standard English. Formatting a manuscript with headings and Sub headings is necessary and views are to be presented clearly. New approaches are mainly in interest.


Metrics:

  • Last Date of Submissions: Will be updated soon
  • Acceptance period:
    • 1st round – 1 month
    • 2nd round – 3 weeks
    • 3rd round – 2 weeks
    • 4th round – 1 week
  • Last Date of Publication: Will be updated soon
  • People involved: Dr. Javadi Shokroo  - Editor

 

Dr. Javadi Shokroo

Editor

 


The importance and need for this special issue:
The main object of this special issue was to applying a pilot plant to simultaneously nitrogen, methane and ethane separation from a flare gas in a domestic industrial petrochemical unit. In order to realization of experimental section, a two-stage semi-industrial unit was set-up in FAPKCO Engineering Group of Iran with a length of 70 cm, an i.d. of 4.5 cm and also equipped with control and analysis systems of feed and product streams. To investigate the PSA unit, a 6-step cycle includes steps as: Pressurization with feed, Adsorption, Equalization to Depressurization, Blow Down, Purge and Equalization to Pressurization. The experiments are designed in a way to take into account the effect of adsorption step pressure, purge flow rate, adsorption step time, and length of the absorbent layer and also feed flow rate on process performance. The operation pressure was considered in range of 9-13 bar. In addition, the simulation of the PSA process using axially dispersed plug flow model, three-component Langmuir-freundlich adsorption isotherm model and linear driving force model was made by using MATLAB® software and Rang-Kutta Gill scheme to reach a sufficiently high study. Therefore, theoretical and empirical results are presented.