American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Further Production of Solar and Wind Power Out in Accordance with Consumption
The renewable-energy-based generation of electricity is currently experiencing rapid growth in electric grids. The intermittent input from renewable energy sources (RES), as a consequence, creates problems in balancing the energy supply and demand.
Thus, forecasting of RES power generation is vital to help grid operators to better manage the electric balance between power demand and supply and to improve the penetration of distributed renewable energy sources and, in stand-alone hybrid systems, for the optimum size of all its components and to improve the reliability of the isolated systems.
This special issue is intended to disseminate new promising methods and techniques to forecast the output power and energy of intermittent renewable energy sources.
We want to publish at the same time works that make valuable contributions in the storage of green energy so that at times of low consumption the green energy can be stored, and when the consumption increases it will be distributed in networks from the storage devices.
Combining green energy with other forms of energy production for the same purpose to match consumption with production are effective methods that will be welcomed within this special issue.
This issue will publish high-quality reviews and research articles. There is no restriction on the length of the papers. Full experimental and methodological details, as applicable, must be provided, and the special issue will be supported by the American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences (http://thescipub.com/journals/ajeas). All submissions must adhere to the AJEAS journal's format requirements.
AJEAS is an the open-access peer-reviewed technical journal which publishes original research contributions and is an unparalleled resource for key advances in the field of engineering. Scope of the journal includes, but not limited to, applied physics and applied mathematics, automation and control, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer engineering, computer science, data engineering, and software engineering, earth and environmental engineering, electrical engineering, industrial engineering and operations research, information technology, and informatics, materials science, measurement and metrology, mechanical engineering, medical physics, power engineering, signal processing, and telecommunications. Manuscripts regarding original research proposals and research ideas are highly appreciated. Manuscripts containing summaries and surveys on research cooperation and future projects (as those founded by national governments or others) are likewise appreciated, as they provide interesting information for a broad field of users.
All accepted papers will be published free of charge for authors.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- RES integration
- Forecasting techniques
- Machine learning
- Computational intelligence
- PV system
- Wind system
- Nuclear power
- Storage systems
- Integration of renewables in power systems
- Managing multisectoral electrification
- Supply chain management
- Effect of energy in the supply chain management
- Consumption of energy during production
- Biomass energy
- Biofuel energy
- Renewable energy sources
- Effect of energy in inventory management
- Renewable energy supply chain management
|Florian Ion Tiberiu Petrescu||Associate Professor, Bucharest Polytechnic University|
|Francisco M. Marquez||Professor, University of Turabo, United States|
|Manuscript Submission Deadline||October 30, 2020|
|Review Completed by||November 30, 2020|
|Possible Publication Date||December 30, 2020|