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International Journal of Energy Production and Management, Volume 4, Issue 1

International Journal of Energy Production and Management, Volume 4, Issue 1


Print ISSN: 2056-3272


Electronic ISSN: 2056-3280

Place of electrophoretic deposition among thin-film methods adapted to the solid oxide fuel cell technology: A short review

Author(s): Elena Yu. Pikalova & Elena G. Kalinina

Pages: 26 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 1 - 27

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A sustainable prototype for renewable energy: Optimized prime-power generator solar array replacement

Author(s): Nathan Thomsen, Torrey Wagner, Andrew Hoisington & Steven Schuldt

Pages: 11 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 28 - 39

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Floating solar PV–hydroelectric power plants in Brazil: Energy storage solution with great application potential

Author(s): Jair Arone Maués

Pages: 12 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 40 - 52

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Incorporation of LNG into small gas networks via FSRUs

Author(s): Devasanthini Devaraj, Philip Donnellan & Eoin Syron

Pages: 9 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 53 - 62

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An optimization of the municipal solid waste in Abuja, Nigeria for electrical power generation

Author(s): O. M. Aderoju, U.G. Ombe Gemusse & A. Guerner Dias

Pages: 11 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 63 - 74

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Atmospheric dispersion patterns of radionuclides originating from nuclear power plant accidents under various release types

Author(s): Efem Bilgic & Orhan Gunduz

Pages: 10 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 75 - 85

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Thermal-hydraulic response of a reactor core following large break loss-of-coolant accident under flow blockage condition

Author(s): Young Seok Bang & Joosuk Lee

Pages: 9 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 86 - 95

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International Journal of Energy Production and Management

Print ISSN: 2056-3272


Electronic ISSN: 2056-3280

The Quest for Sustainable Energy

Modern societies require an ever increasing amount of energy resources, adding strain to the world economy and creating technological, as well as socio-political, challenges.

The International Journal of Energy Production and Management aims to address the issues raised above and thus act as an interdisciplinary forum for researchers and practitioners from around the globe working on a wide variety of topics related to the future of energy production and management in a changing world.