THERMAL SCIENCE

International Scientific Journal

Thermal Science Archive [[volume 21, year 2017, Supplement 2]]

Supplement 2: Renewable and Sustainable Energy

From the Guest editors

Introductory words from the guest editors
2017, Supplement 2: From the Guest Editors

Original Papers

Original scientific papers
THIN LAYER DRYING CHARACTERISTICS OF CURRY LEAVES (MURRAYA KOENIGII) IN AN INDIRECT SOLAR DRYER
ASSESSMENT OF R290 AS A POSSIBLE ALTERNATIVE TO R22 IN DIRECT EXPANSION SOLAR ASSISTED HEAT PUMPS
AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE MASS FLOW RATES EFFECT ON FLAT-PLATE SOLAR WATER HEATER PERFORMANCE USING AL2O3/WATER NANOFLUID
MODELING OF A SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC WATER PUMPING SYSTEM UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF PANEL COOLING
NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF A HEAT PUMP ASSISTED REGENERATIVE SOLAR STILL WITH PCM HEAT STORAGE FOR COLD CLIMATES OF KAZAKHSTAN
PERFORMANCE OF A DESICCANT ASSISTED PACKED BED PASSIVE SOLAR DRYER FOR COPRA PROCESSING
PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT OF A SOLAR STILL USING COTTON REGENERATIVE MEDIUM
STUDY ON PERFORMANCE AND EMISSION CHARACTERISTICS OF A SINGLE CYLINDER DIESEL ENGINE USING EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION
INFLUENCE OF COMBUSTION CHAMBER BOWEL GEOMETRY ON COMBUSTION, PERFORMANCE AND EMISSION CHARACTERISTICS OF A DIESEL ENGINE USING GRAPE SEED OIL METHYL ESTER
IMPACT OF CATALYTICALLY CRACKED JATROPHA OIL USING CeO2 AND SiO2 AS CATALYSTS ON DI DIESEL ENGINE PERFORMANCE AND EMISSION CHARACTERISTICS
MODELING AND ANALYSIS OF DIESEL ENGINE WITH ADDITION OF HYDROGEN-HYDROGEN-OXYGEN GAS
EFFECT OF STEAM INJECTION ON NOX EMISSIONS AND PERFORMANCE OF A SINGLE CYLINDER DIESEL ENGINE FUELLED WITH SOY METHYL ESTER
INFLUENCE OF OXYGEN ENRICHMENT ON COMPRESSION IGNITION ENGINES USING BIODIESEL BLENDS
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON SINGLE-SIDED TRANSIENT NATURAL VENTILATION DRIVEN BY BUOYANCY
EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON HEAT TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS OF SS304 SCREEN MESH WICK HEAT PIPE
HEAT TRANSFER AND CROSS-DIFFUSION DUE TO A SPHERE OF CONSTANT THERMAL ENERGY EMBEDDED IN A POROUS MEDIUM
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS ON AUTOMOBILE AIR CONDITIONERS WORKING WITH R134a AND R290/R600a AS AN ALTERNATIVE
FAULT DIAGNOSIS OF WIND TURBINE BEARING USING WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS