International Journal of Sustainable and Green Energy

Special Issue

Renewable Energy and Its Environmental Impaction

  • Submission Deadline: 20 December 2014
  • Status: Submission Closed
  • Lead Guest Editor: Esam Jassim
About This Special Issue
Energy sources, particularly fossil fuels, are the top hand contributors in damaging our environment, including air and water pollution, wildlife loss, water usage, and global warming.

Renewable energy, on the other hand, is usually considered to be an appropriate alternative energy source as it has the capability of reducing greenhouse gas emissions as well as maintaining its environmental pollution level to an acceptable limit. The other significant advantage of renewable energy sources is the possibility of supplying energy from local sources – wind, biomass, hydropower, etc., hence reducing the dependence on imported energy.

There is still a demand, however, of understanding the environmental impacts associated with renewable energy production from power sources such as wind, solar, geothermal, biomass, and hydropower.

The exact type and intensity of the environmental impact varies based on the specific technology used, the geographic location, and other external factors. By understanding the current and potential environmental issues associated with each renewable energy source, we can takes steps to effectively avoid or minimize these impacts as they become a larger portion of our energy supply.

This special issue emphasizes research papers in the area of renewable energy sources, such as wind power, solar energy, hydro-power, etc. The special issue also targets technical papers on optimizing the utilization of such energies to reduce the greenhouse gas emission and enhancing the existing technologies that positively impacts air and water quality as well as the environment at large.

Lead Guest Editor
  • Esam Jassim

    Department of Mechanical Engineering, Prince Mohammed Bin Fahd University, Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia

Guest Editors
  • Yufeng Qian

    Institute of Cellular and Molecular Biology, the University of Texas at Austin, Austin, United States

  • Omar Ouda

    Civil Engineering, Prince Mohamed Bin Fahd University, Al KHobar, Saudi Arabia

  • Xiaoyu Yan

    Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter, United Kingdom

  • Atul Bhangale

    Biologics Research amd Process Development, Bristol Myers Squibb, United States

  • Meliksah Ozakturk

    Department of Energy Systems Engineering, Faculty of Technology, Iskenderun Technical University, Dortyol, Turkey

  • Norizam Ayob

    Department of Civil Engineering, Universiti Tenaga Nasional, Kajang, Malaysia

  • Sanjay Patel

    Departments of Farm Machinery and Power Engineering, College of Agricultural Engineering, Dr Rajendra Prasad Central Agricultural University, Samastipur, India

  • Ahmed Hassan

    Ass. Prof. Suez university , Faculty of petroleum and mining engineering, Engineering science department, suez, Egypt

  • Mohamed Bechir Ben Hamida

    High School of Sciences and Technology - Hammam Sousse -Tunisia, sousse, Tunisia

  • Mohamed Sharaf

    Engineering science department, Suez University, Faculty of petroleum and mining engineering, suez, Egypt

  • Rajendra Kenghe

    Department of Agril.Process Engineering, MPKV, Rahuri, Rahuri, India

  • Raghu Anjanapura

    Centre for Emerging Technologies, Jain University, Bengaluru, India

Published Articles
  • Generalized Deposition Model of Tiny Solid Particle Immersed in Turbulent Flow

    Esam I. Jassim

    Issue: Volume 3, Issue 6-1, December 2014
    Pages: 7-14
    Received: 29 November 2014
    Accepted: 3 December 2014
    Published: 13 February 2015
    DOI: 10.11648/j.ijrse.s.2014030601.12
    Abstract: Progress to the correlation of particle deposition velocity in turbulent pipe flow is presented. The developed model accounts for the Brownian diffusivity and inertia effects and is extended to cover the influence of the flow velocity by including Reynolds number in the correlation. The experimental data and previous proposed models are used in com... Show More
  • Modeling of Hydrate Deposition in Loading and Offloading Flowlines of Marine CNG Systems

    Esam I. Jassim

    Issue: Volume 3, Issue 6-1, December 2014
    Pages: 1-6
    Received: 29 November 2014
    Accepted: 3 December 2014
    Published: 13 February 2015
    DOI: 10.11648/j.ijrse.s.2014030601.11
    Abstract: The main aim of this paper is to demonstrate the prediction of the model capability of predicting the nucleation process, the growth rate, and the deposition potential of hydrate particles in gas flowlines. The primary objective of the research is to predict the risk hazards involved in the marine transportation of compressed natural gas. However ... Show More