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Advances in Thermodynamic System and Energy Conservation Technology

Submission Deadline: 31 March 2023 Submit to Special Issue

Guest Editors

Dr. Suoying He, Shandong University, CHINA
Dr. Xiang Huang, Xi’an Polytechnic University, CHINA
Dr. Kamel Hooman, Delft University of Technology, NETHERLANDS
Dr. Tiezhu Sun, Xi’an Polytechnic University, CHINA


Many countries have stated their goals of being carbon neutrality. The widespread use of low-carbon energy and energy conservation technologies in thermodynamic systems is one of the most important ways to achieve carbon neutrality. This involves many disciplines of science and engineering, such as energy and power engineering, mechanical engineering, material science, chemical and petroleum engineering, aerospace engineering, control science and engineering, architecture and civil engineering, electrical engineering, environmental science and engineering. With the latest development in engineering thermodynamics, the systems, cycles, processes, design, technologies, devices, equipment, materials, working medium and related objects with high efficiency and performance is achieved with minimum irreversible loss and entropy generation. This special issue is proposed to publish the advances in thermodynamic system and energy conservation technology. The special issue publishes high-quality and high-impact original research articles, review articles associated with the cutting-edge technologies, the state-of-the-art research developments, new findings, theoretical analyses, fundamental studies, mathematical modeling and experimental investigations about thermodynamic analysis, energy conservation, fluid flow, heat and mass transfer enhancement, and beyond.


The scope of the Special Issue includes but is not limited to:

▪ Thermodynamic analysis of low-carbon energy systems;

▪ Thermodynamic analysis of renewable energy systems;

▪ Thermodynamic analysis of internal combustion engine;

▪ Advanced thermodynamic systems and cycles;

▪ Energy conservation of buildings;

▪ Energy conservation of data center;

▪ System simulation and optimization;

▪ Thermal energy storage and materials;

▪ Waste heat utilization;

▪ Multiphase flow;

▪ Fluid flow;

▪ Heat and mass transfer enhancement;

▪ Evaporative cooling and its engineering applications.


Low-carbon energy; thermodynamic analysis; Energy conservation; multiphase flow; heat and mass transfer enhancement

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