Alternative Energy

215

2013  Issue
Editor-In-Chief(s): Dr. Mohamed Hamza
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ISSN (Online): 1925-6272

ISSN (Hardcopy): 1925-6264




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10.2316/Journal.215.2013.2.215-1023

RELIABILITY EVALUATION FOR STAND ALONE PHOTOVOLTAIC GENERATION SYSTEM
Sumant G. Kadwane and Neha M. Bansod
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10.2316/Journal.215.2013.2.215-1050

A FRAMEWORK FOR ANALYZING COMBINED LOAD-CARRYING-CAPACITY OF PLUG-IN ELECTRIC VEHICLES AND SOLAR GENERATORS
Soumyo V. Chakraborty, Sandeep K. Shukla, James Thorp
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10.2316/Journal.215.2013.2.215-1056

INCREASING CONVERSION OF CO2 TO CO VIA RWGS REACTION: SIMULATION AND PROCESS DESIGN
Farhang Abdollahi, Handan Tezel, and Stephen Aplin
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This journal is an interdisciplinary journal covering all areas of alternative energy-related fields including solar, wind and tidal power, hybrid technologies, photovoltaic systems, nanostructured materials, green electricity, hydrogen fuels, biofuels, sustainable development, climatology, alternative renewable energy sources, energy economics, carbon financing, environmental management, fuel and energy balances, policy and planning.

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Dr. Mohamed Hamza
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