Energy Engineering

About the Journal

Energy Engineering is a bi-monthly peer-reviewed publication. The journal invites researchers, engineers, scientists, technologists, planners, and policy makers to present their original research results and findings on all important energy topics.

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Previously published by Taylor&Francis Group (, Energy Engineering starts to be published by Tech Science Press from 2020 and supports Open Access Policy.
From 1st May 2020, an Article Processing Charge (APC) of $600 US dollars applies to papers accepted after peer review.

  • Experimental Study on Modal and Harmonic Analysis of Small Wind Turbine Blades Using NACA 63-415 Aerofoil Cross-Section
  • Abstract This work focused on modal and harmonic analysis of small wind turbine blades taken from the NACA 63415 series. The sandwich structure type composite blade is fabricated from GFRP and epoxy with Uni-vinyl hard foams of different alignments as stiffeners. In this work, the modal and harmonic analysis of different varieties of blades like solid, hallow and rectangular alignment blades is carried out by the finite element method using ANSYS 18.1 software. From Finite Element Analysis, the natural frequencies, amplitudes and mode shapes are obtained. Based on the working principle of wind turbine blades, the boundary conditions are applied. The… More
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  • Experimental Study on Flow and Heat Transfer Characteristics of Nanofluids in a Triangular Tube at Different Rotation Angles
  • Abstract Because of the poor thermal performance of ordinary tubes, a triangular tube was used to replace the smooth channel in the heat transfer system, and nanofluids were used to take the place of ordinary fluids as the heat transfer medium. High stability nanofluids were prepared, and an experimental set on flow and heat exchange was established. Effects of triangular tube rotation angles (α = 0°, 30°, 60°) as well as mass fractions of nanofluids (ω = 0.1%, 0.3%, 0.5%) on heat exchange and flow performance were experimentally considered at Reynolds numbers (Re = 800–8000). It was shown that the triangular… More
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  • Research on the Influencing Rules of Gas Hydrate Emission Dissipation Coefficient Based on Subspace Spectrum Clustering
  • Abstract Featured by high energy density, low combustion pollution and large quantity, natural gas hydrate has become one of the research hotspots in Sanlutian Field of Muri Coalfield since 2008, when China first drilled natural gas hydrate samples in the permafrost area of Qilian Mountains, Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. However, the study on the controlling factors of gas hydrate accumulation is still shallow, which hinders the exploration and development of natural gas hydrate resources. The controlling factors of gas hydrate accumulation mainly include temperature and pressure conditions, gas source conditions, sedimentary conditions and structural conditions, among which structural conditions are the important one.… More
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  • Energy Conversion and Utilization System of Municipal Solid Waste
  • Abstract With the development of urbanization in China, the problem of garbage disposal has become increasingly serious. Among the existing waste treatment technologies, pyrolysis is an emerging treatment technology, which has obvious advantages in terms of reduction and secondary pollution. It has good development prospects. This article first compares the advantages and disadvantages of various existing waste treatment technologies, and proposes an organization method that combines thermogravimetric analysis, kinetic analysis, tube furnace experiments, and domestic waste pyrolysis and low-calorie heat the decomposed gases burn together. Urban garbage is one of the main pollution sources of modern urban environmental pollution in the… More
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