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    Prof. Philippe Miele
    Ecole Nationale Superieure de Chimie
    de Montpellier & IUF, 34296 Montpellier, France

    Prof. Francisco Marquez Linares
    School of Science and Technology
    University of Turabo
    Gurabo 00725, Puerto Rico

    Prof. Nasr Bensalah
    Department of Chemistry & Earth Science
    College of Arts & Science, Qatar Universtiy
    2713 Doha, State of Qatar

Managing Editor
    Prof. Chang-Koon Choi
    Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology
    Daejeon 34141, Korea

ISSN:2287-6316(Print) ISSN:2287-6324(Online)

Vol 9(4 issues) for 2023, Quarterly
Free Open Access journal: there is no charge for publishing open access.
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Aims and Scope

The "Advances in Energy Research (ERi), An International Journal", aims at the valuable source of information and excellent publication channel for the international scientific community of energy research. The areas covered by the journal are research on;

- Energy and power production, distribution, and usage,
- Sustainable energy infrastructures and system reliability,
- Conventional energy and fuel sources,
- Renewable energy,
- Alternative energy (nuclear power, solar energy, hydrogen production, etc.),
- Electrochemical energy storage systems (batteries, fuel cells, capacitors, etc.),
- Energy efficiency and conservation,
- Energy policy and management,
- Energy and environment issues, and
- Other energy related topics.

Editorial Board
Dr. A.S. Abdulkareem
Federal Univ of Tech
Minna, Niger State, Nigeria

Prof. L. Acosta-Michlik
Potsdam Inst Climate Impact Res
14412 Potsdam, Germany

Prof. S.I. Allakhverdiev
Inst Plant Physiol
Rus Acad of Sci
Moscow 127276, Russia

Prof. R. Anand
Nat Inst of Tech
TamilNadu-620 015, India

Prof. C. Arbizzani
Bologna Univ
Bologna 40126, Italy

Prof. M.M. Ardehali
Amirkabir Univ of Tech
Tehran 1591634311, Iran

Dr. L. Aye
Univ of Melbourne
Parkville, VIC 3010, Australia

Prof. N. Badi
Univ of Houston
Houston, TX 77004, USA

Prof. P.N. Botsaris
Democritus Univ of Thrace
69100 Komotini, Greece

Prof. A. Caglar
Kastamonu Univ
37150 Kastamonu, Turkey

Prof. R. Carriveau
Univ of Windsor
Ontario N9B 3P4, Canada

Dr. A.M. Chaparro
28040 Madrid, Spain

Dr. K.H. Chen
Nat Taiwan Univ
Taipei City 10617, Taiwan

Prof. Q. Chen
Tsinghua Univ
Haidian 100084, China

Dr. K. Chiang
Melbourne, VIC 3001, Australia

Prof. Y. Demirel
Univ of Nebraska Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68508, USA

Prof. A.S. Elahi
Islamic Azad Univ
Tehran, Iran

Prof. M. Gadi
Univ of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG7 2RD, UK

Dr. F. Garcia
Univ of Castilla-La Mancha
13001 Ciudad Real, Spain

Prof. J.F.P. Gomes
Lisbon Superior Eng Inst
Lisbon 1959-007, Portugal

Dr. Y. Himri
Elec & Gas Nat ENT (Sonelgaz)
Oran 31000, Algeri

Prof. A.R.K. Ismail
Univ of Campinas
Campinas 13083-970, Brazil

Prof. A.M.H. Kandil
Taif Univ
Taif 21974, Saudi Arabia

Prof. E. Karatepe
Ege Univ
Bornova 35040, Turkey

Prof. A. Kassem
Sohag Univ
Sohag, Governorate, Egypt

Prof. A. Kumar
Delhi Technol Univ
Delhi 110042, India

Prof. F. Kuznik
Nat Inst Appl Sci
Lyon 69621, France

Dr. J.V. Li
Texas State Univ
Round Rock, TX 78666, USA

Dr. B.T. Liddle
Nat Univ Singapore

Prof. F.Q. Liu
Univ of Texas at Arlington
TX 76019, USA

Prof. L. Lombardi
Niccolo Cusano Univ
Rome 00166, Italy

Prof. L.A. Luo
French Nat Cntr for Sci Res (CNRS)
75016 Paris, France

Prof. M. McAleer
Erasmus Univ of Rotterdam
Rotterdam 3000, Netherlands

Prof. V.S. Mohan
Indian Inst Chemical Tech
Hyderabad 500607, India

Dr. M.A. Mujeebu
Univ of Dammam
Al-Dammam, Saudi Arabia

Prof. M. Ni
The Hong Kong Polytech Univ
Kowloon, Hong Kong

Prof. S. Okamoto
Shimane Univ
Matsue 690-8504, Japan

Dr. A. Paiano
Aldo Moro Univ of Bari
70121 Bari, Italy

Prof. Z.J. Pan
CSIRO Earth Sci & Resour Eng
Clayton South, VIC 3169, Australia

Prof. D. Popescu
Gheorghe Asachi Tech Univ Iasi
700050 Iasi, Romania

Dr. N. Rajalakshmi
Cntr for Fuel Cell Tech
Chennai 600 113, India

Prof. J.Y. Ran
Chongqing Univ
Chongqing 400044, China

Dr. S.H. Rhee
Seoul Nat Univ
Seoul 08826, Korea

Dr. S.K. Tyagi
SSS-Nat Inst of Renew Energy
Kapurthala, Punjab 144602, India

Prof. F.S. Wen
Zhejiang Univ
Hangzhou 310027, China

Prof. D.F. Yang
Lakehead Univ
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5E1, Canada

Prof. P. Zagaglia
Univ of Bologna
40126 Bologna BO, Italy

Prof. M. Zucchetti
Polytec Univ of Eng in Torino
10129 Torino TO, Italy

Guide to Authors (Last updated: Oct 25, 2023)

1. Submission of the paper
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2. Preparation of the manuscript
General : The manuscripts should be in English and typed with single column and single line spacing on single side of A4 paper. Submitted papers will be published in regular technical paper only. The first page of an article should contain; (1) a title of paper which well reflects the contents of the paper (Arial, 16pt), (2) all the name(s) and affiliations(s) of authors(s) (Arial, 12pt), (3) an abstract of 100~250 words (Times New Roman, 11pt), (4) 5-10 keywords following the abstract, and (5) footnote (personal title and email address of the corresponding author (required) and other authors' (not mandatory)). The paper should be concluded by proper conclusions which reflect the findings in the paper. The normal length of the technical paper should be about 12-24 journal pages. Authors are advised to read the details in the Authors' Guide for guide and Template.
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References : A list of references which reflect the current state of technology in the field locates after conclusions of the paper. For details to prepare the list of references and cite them in the text, authors are advised to follow the introduction and the sample list in the Authors' Guide.

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All the submitted papers that have passed the preliminary check by the editors will undergo a rigorous peer-review process to judge their significance and originality. Those papers positively recommended by at least two expert reviewers will be finally accepted for publication in the Techno-Press Journals or after any required modifications are made.

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7. Open Access
There is an option of publishing your paper as Open Access. When you receive a formal acceptance email, you will find a link that you may click on to pay the Article Processing Charge (APC) for Open Access publishing.

Table of Contents.
  • 2024  Volume 9      No. 1  
  • 2022  Volume 8      No. 1      No.2    No.3    No.4
  • 2020  Volume 7      No. 1      No.2
  • 2019  Volume 6      No. 1      No.2
  • 2017  Volume 5      No. 1      No.2    No.3    No.4
  • 2016  Volume 4      No. 1      No.2    No.3    No.4
  • 2015  Volume 3      No. 1      No.2    No.3    No.4
  • 2014  Volume 2      No. 1      No.2
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