Original Article
1. Design of Solar-powered Endurance Glider with Vortex Generators

Sh. Sham Dol; S. Shahid Pervaiz; M. Uzair; Sh. Khalid Bashir; M. Mustafa Elzughbi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 06 October 2020

Abstract
  The research aims at designing a solar endurance glider for an increased flight time. The constraints for design include reduction in weight compared to a typical glider and improving its aerodynamic performance by application of vortex generators on its wingspan. The design of each component was performed ...  Read More

Original Article
2. Energy, exergy, and economic analyses and optimization of solar organic Rankine cycle with multi-objective particle swarm algorithm

A. Beiranvand; M.A. Ehyaei; A. Ahmadi; Jose Luz Silvaria

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 03 November 2020

Abstract
  The high potential of solar energy in Iran, as well as the problem of air pollution, makes it increasingly inevitable that solar energy is used. In this study, the solar-powered Organic Rankine cycle (ORC) has been investigated. The solar-type collector is a flat plate collector. The energy, exergy, ...  Read More

Review Paper
3. Potential, current status and applications of renewable energy in the Energy sector of Iran: A review

Pourkiaei S. Mohsen; F. Pourfayaz; R. Shirmohamadi; S. Moosavi; N. Khalilpoor

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 07 December 2020

Abstract
  During the last decade, serious issues such as energy demand, depletion of fossil fuels and their environmental impacts draw attention towards renewable energy sources. In addition, the energy supply chain of Iran is deeply reliant upon fossil fuels. Further obstacles such as electricity blackouts in ...  Read More

Original Article
4. Exploration of Biomass for the Production of Bioethanol: “A Process Modelling and Simulation Study”

T. Oyegoke; M.Y. Sardauna; H.A. Abubakar; E. Obadiah

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 14 December 2020

Abstract
  Bio-ethanol is a clean and renewable fuel that is significantly gaining attention, mainly via its major environmental benefits produced from diverse resources. The campaign for the establishment of biorefineries and encouragement of fossil fuels is gradually gaining greater attention. This research seeks ...  Read More

Original Article
5. Exploration of Biomass for the Production of Bioethanol: “A Techno-Economic Feasibility Study of Using Rice (Oryza Sativa) Husk”

T. Oyegoke; E. Obadiah; Y. S. Sardauna MOHAMMED; O. Alao BAMIGBALA; O. A. Oluwarotimi OWOLABI; T. Tongshuwar GEOFFREY; A. Oyegoke; A. Onadeji

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 19 December 2020

Abstract
  Increasing energy demand and fossil fuel dependency have increased interest in bioethanol production in recent years. The use of conventional saccharine and starchy materials for ethanol production is prohibitive as it is a threat to food security. As such, rice husk poses to be of great value, providing ...  Read More

Original Article
6. Identifying Chaotic Behavior in Non-linear Vibration Energy Harvesting Systems

M. Mohammadpour; Seyed M. M. Modarres-Gheisari; P. Safarpour; R. Gavagsaz-Ghoachani; M. Zandi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 04 January 2021

Abstract
  Large amplitude inter-well oscillations in bi-stable energy harvesters made them a proper energy harvesting choice due to high energy generation. However, the co-existence of the chaotic attractor in these harvesters could essentially decrease their efficiency. In this paper, an algorithm for detecting ...  Read More

Original Article
7. Potentiometry and prioritizing of renewable energies exploitation Case study in Ardabil province of Iran

S.Ollah Mohammadi-Aylar; M. Almassi; H. Ba khoda

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 13 January 2021

Abstract
  Due to the needs of modern societies to provide their energy fully or partially from the renewable energy sources and its necessity as a main principle of sustainable development, its necessary to assess and evaluate renewable energy and its integrating for utilizing a part of consumed energy for societies ...  Read More

Technical Note
8. Utilization of Kitchen Waste-to-Energy: A Conceptual Note

Ravinder Kumar; Anand K. Bewoor; Reza Alayi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 07 February 2021

Abstract
  India’s rapid economic growth and change in lifestyle have increased the level of municipal solid waste (MSW) generation in the country. Metropolitan cities in India are contributing a major portion (in lakhs metric tons per day) of MSW. It is only due to the lack of availability of poor infrastructure ...  Read More

Original Article
9. Introducing optimal model and dimensions of lightweight membrane canopy for hot and dry climate of Semnan

sepideh Jafarian; elham sarkardehee; danial monsefi parapari; mohammadreza mojahedi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 13 April 2021

Abstract
  In urban open spaces, especially in large cities with warm climates, users are experiencing high thermal loads, which causes thermal discomfort. Thermal comfort in open spaces can be improved; by shading. The problem is shading and protecting open spaces from stresses caused by overheating of the earth's ...  Read More

Original Article
10. Investigation of Afghanistan's Biogas Potential from Animal Waste

Waheedullah Rahimy; Ghulam Jafar Laame; Emin Acikkalp; Suheyla Yerel Kandemir

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 13 April 2021

Abstract
  Due to the increasing population growth and energy need, interest in renewable energy sources has increased in recent years. Biogas is one of the sustainable energy resources in the world. In cattle, ovine, and poultry farming, a large amount of fertilizer is produced in Afghanistan. These wastes are ...  Read More