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Volume 16,
Issue 2,
April 2024

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The Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy is an interdisciplinary journal covering specific areas of renewable and sustainable energy relevant to the physical science and engineering communities. The journal has a strong focus on integration of disciplines for renewable power technologies at global scales that have the potential to mitigate abrupt climate change. Since volume 12, the journal has increasingly focused on discoveries related to weather-dependent renewable generation (solar and wind).

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Renewable energy sources like wind and solar have increased demand for surplus power capacity. The demand is primarily fueled by the growing impact of forecasting errors associated with these ...
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There has been an increase in recognition of the important role that the boundary layer turbulent flow structure has on wake recovery and concomitant wind farm efficiency. Most research thus far has ...
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Mohammadreza Asghari, Bahram Hosseinzadeh Samani et al.
In the present research, an innovative oscillatory slug flow reactor (OSFR) under the treatment of gas–liquid phase pulsed discharge plasma was developed for biodiesel production. The main goal was ...
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Kaleem Ullah, Majid Ali Tunio et al.
Renewable energy sources like wind and solar have increased demand for surplus power capacity. The demand is primarily fueled by the growing impact of forecasting errors associated with these ...
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The design of a light source for a molten salt receiver experimental system has become challenging owing to the complex heating characteristics of the half-circumference surface during operation. ...
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Kabita Naik, Niranjan Sahoo
Wind energy is one of the most eminent renewable sources for the generation of power. The increasing enthusiasm toward the advancement of small-scale Darrieus type straight-bladed vertical axis wind ...
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