• R. Watson
    Nurs Open (2014). Vol. 1

  • H. Kim, K. Rose, R. Netemeyer, E. Merwin, I. Williams
    Nurs Open (2014). Vol. 1

  • Presentations Repository of the International Centre for Numerical Methods in Engineering (CIMNE) (2017).

    Abstract
    The digitization process applied to the construction sector seems to be articulated through the "Building Information Modeling" (BIM), which, as is well known, includes [...]

  • B. Allotta, A. Ridolfi, N. Palma, M. Pagliai, M. Bianchi, J. Gelli, N. Monni, F. Fanelli
    Presentations to the VII International Conference on Computational Methods in Marine Engineering (Marine 2017).

    Abstract
    Autonomous underwater navigation remains, as of today, a challenging task. The marine environment limits the number of sensors available for precise localization, hence Autonomous [...]

  • Presentations to the VII International Conference on Computational Methods in Marine Engineering (Marine 2017).

    Abstract
    The last decades there is a strong interest in predicting cavitation dynamics as it is a prerequisite in order to predict cavitation erosion. Industrial applications require [...]

  • Z. Zhu, Y. Zhang
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    The immobilization of redox enzymes on the surface of electrodes is a typical practice for enzymatic fuel cells (EFCs) but enzyme immobilization usually results in low retaining [...]

  • L. Zhu, S. Yin, Q. Yin, H. Wang, S. Wang
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    Biochar (BC), a by-product from the fast pyrolysis of rice husk, was activated by chemical and physical process. The activated biochar (ABC) showed graphite-like morphology [...]

  • Y. Yu, Z. Chang, Y. Qi, X. Xue, J. Zhao
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    This article introduces a new technology about a rod pumping in the offshore platform according to the demand of offshore heavy oil thermal recovery and the production of [...]

  • S. Myong, J. Park, S. Kwon
    Energy Sci Eng (2014). Vol. 14

    Abstract
    We investigate the stabilized performance of encapsulated hydrogenated amorphous silicon photovoltaic modules depending on the deposition speed. The module products are degraded [...]

  • H. Yanti, R. Wikandari, R. Millati, C. Niklasson, M. Taherzadeh
    Energy Sci Eng (2014). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    Esters are major flavor compounds in fruits, which are produced in high volume. The widespread availability of these compounds in nature attracts interest on their behavior [...]

  • L. Yang, W. Tyner, K. Sarica
    Energy Sci Eng (2013).

    Abstract
    Domestic natural gas production has increased markedly in the United States, and now compressed natural gas (CNG) has the potential to become a cleaner and less expensive [...]

  • W. Xiong, Y. Yang, Y. Wang, X. Zhang
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    Wind power has seen a remarkable growth in China since the Renewable Energy Law came into force in the beginning of 2006. However, the contribution and the economic cost of [...]

  • E. Warmann, C. Flowers, J. Lloyd, C. Eisler, M. Escarra, H. Atwater
    Energy Sci Eng (2017). Vol. 69

    Abstract
    We describe a spectrum splitting solar module design approach using ensembles of 2–20 subcells with bandgaps optimized for the AM1.5D spectrum. Device physics calculations [...]

  • E. Warmann, H. Atwater
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    Increasing the number of subcells in a multijunction or “spectrum splitting” photovoltaic improves efficiency under the standard AM1.5D design spectrum, but it can lower [...]

  • J. Wang, S. Yang, C. Jiang, Y. Zhang, P. Lund
    Energy Sci Eng (2017).

    Abstract
    China is the world leader in several areas of clean energy, but not in Concentrating Solar Power (CSP). Our analysis provides an interesting viewpoint to Chinas possible role [...]

  • Y. Vivadinar, W. Purwanto, A. Saputra
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    The low energy efficiency is the source of the large energy consumption issue and the rapid growth of energy demand in the manufacturing industry sector in Indonesia. The [...]

  • A. Vetter, F. Fecher, J. Adams, R. Schaeffler, J. Theisen, C. Brabec, C. Buerhop
    Energy Sci Eng (2013). Vol. 12

    Abstract
    In this short communication, we present a method which utilizes contactless ILIT (illuminated lock-in thermography) measurement of a photovoltaic (PV) module and image postprocessing [...]

  • V. Tomkute, A. Solheim, S. Sakirzanovas, E. Olsen
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    The characteristics of CO2 reacting with CaO in a molten eutectic mixture of CaF2 and NaF has been investigated. Calculations of the Gibbs free energy, temperature analysis [...]

  • A. Tolbert, A. Ragauskas
    Energy Sci Eng (2017).

    Abstract
    The cover image, by Allison Tolbert and Arthur J. Ragauskas, is based on the Review Advances in understanding the surface chemistry of lignocellulosic biomass via time-of-flight [...]

  • A. Tolbert, A. Ragauskas
    Energy Sci Eng (2017). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    Overcoming the natural recalcitrance of lignocellulosic biomass is necessary in order to efficiently convert biomass into biofuels or biomaterials and many times this requires [...]

  • M. Thomas, I. Butler, J. Kozinski
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    The applications of synchrotron X-ray powder diffraction (XRPD) and laser micro-Raman techniques in an examination of the dissolution, transformation, and gasification of [...]

  • S. Takiyar, K. Upadhyay, V. Singh
    Energy Sci Eng (2016). Vol. 14

    Abstract
    With the evolution of the electricity market into a restructured smart version, load forecasting has emerged as an eminent research domain. Many forecasting models have been [...]

  • H. Taghavifar, S. Khalilarya, S. Jafarmadar
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    Three-dimensional (3-D) computational code was implemented to solve conservation equations based on finite volume method as to simulate 1.8 L Ford diesel engine. Velocity [...]

  • G. Sudheer, A. Suseelatha
    Energy Sci Eng (2015). Vol. 51

    Abstract
    Load forecasts of short lead times ranging from an hour to a day ahead are essential for improving the economic efficiency and reliability of power systems. This paper proposes [...]

  • A. Stotsky, B. Egardt, O. Carlson
    Energy Sci Eng (2013). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    Recent achievements in the proactive turbine control, based on the upwind speed measurements, are described in a unified framework (as an extension of the tutorial [1]), that [...]

  • A. Stotsky
    Energy Sci Eng (2014).

    Abstract
    Detection of blade root moment sensor failures is an important problem for fault-tolerant individual pitch control, which plays a key role in reduction of uneven blade loads [...]

  • M. Stephenson
    Energy Sci Eng (2016). Vol. 4

    Abstract
    According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, shale gas will provide half of the United States’ domestic gas by 2035. The United States has already moved from [...]

  • M. Soroush, D. Wessel-Berg, O. Torsaeter, J. Kleppe
    Energy Sci Eng (2014).

    Abstract
    Two-dimensional glass model experiments are used to investigate the residual trapping mechanism of CO2 stored in saline aquifers. For this purpose, two proxy fluids are chosen [...]

  • B. Soria, E. Gerritsen, P. Lefillastre, J. Broquin
    Energy Sci Eng (2016). Vol. 52

    Abstract
    Despite the apparent benefits of bifacial modules, their application still suffers from a lack of visibility on the performance gain that they can actually provide. In this [...]

  • R. Søndergaard, M. Hösel, N. Espinosa, M. Jørgensen, F. Krebs
    Energy Sci Eng (2013). Vol. 81

    Abstract
    Here, we present a process based on roll-to-roll (R2R) technology which allows for very fast processing of polymer thermoelectric (TE) devices and we furthermore demonstrate [...]

  • S. Sjökvist, S. Eriksson
    Energy Sci Eng (2013).

    Abstract
    One of the main aspects when designing a permanent magnet (PM) generator is to choose suitable PMs, both in terms of achieving the required flux in the generator but also [...]

  • K. Sinapis, G. Litjens, M. Donker, W. Folkerts, W. Sark
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    Building integrated and building attached photovoltaic (BIPV, BAPV) systems may suffer from lower performance than predicted as a result of unwanted partial shading. New system [...]

  • D. Siemer
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    A simultaneously “nuclear”, permanent, and in-time solution to mankinds energy-related problems would require the relatively rapid manufacture of 10, 000–30, 000 genuinely [...]

  • I. Shown, A. Ganguly, L. Chen, K. Chen
    Energy Sci Eng (2015). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    Flexible supercapacitors, a state-of-the-art material, have emerged with the potential to enable major advances in for cutting-edge electronic applications. Flexible supercapacitors [...]

  • W. Ho, H. Ng, S. Gan, W. Chan
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    Ultrasound-assisted transesterification of refined palm oil (RPO) and crude palm oil (CPO) to produce biodiesel using a palm oil mill fly ash supported calcium oxide (CaO) [...]

  • J. Tumuluru
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    The quality and specific energy consumption (SEC) of the biomass pellets produced depend upon pelleting process conditions. The present study includes understanding the effect [...]

  • M. Sekine, Y. Ogawa, N. Matsuoka, Y. Izumi
    Energy Sci Eng (2014). Vol. 39

    Abstract
    We examined pilot-scale bioethanol production from rice straw using sodium carbonate pulping as the alkaline pulping method and enzymatic saccharification. The yield of prewashed [...]

  • J. Sánchez
    Energy Sci Eng (2014).

    Abstract
    Fusion energy, based on the use of broadly available inexhaustible resources as lithium and deuterium and with minimal impact to the environment, aims at a change in the energy [...]

  • N. Reininghaus, C. Feser, B. Hanke, M. Vehse, C. Agert
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    Solar cells used in building integration of photovoltaic cells (BIPV) are commonly made from crystalline wafer cells. This contribution investigates the challenges and benefits [...]

  • T. Rachow, S. Reber, S. Janz, M. Knapp, N. Milenkovic
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    The material quality degradation of silicon wafers by metal impurities, various crystal defects as well as light and thermally induced mechanisms is very important for the [...]

  • G. Prinsloo, R. Dobson
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    A project has been initiated in South Africa to design, model, build, and evaluate an easy to install solar fueled combined heat and power (micro-CHP) system to supply off-grid [...]

  • Y. Zhang
    Energy Sci Eng (2013).

    Abstract
    The future roles of biomass and carbohydrate for meeting needs of food/feed, renewable materials, and transportation fuels (biofuels) remain controversial due to numerous [...]

  • G. Patry, A. Romagny, S. Martinet, D. Froelich
    Energy Sci Eng (2015). Vol. 71

    Abstract
    The purpose of this study was to highlight the technical and economic issues arising in lithium-ion cells for automotive applications, and to indicate some potential solutions [...]

  • T. Parker, A. Kiessling
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    At present food production depends almost exclusively on direct use of stored energy sources, may perhaps they be nuclear-, petroleum-, or biobased. Arable land, artificial [...]

  • M. Pagliaro, F. Meneguzzo, F. Zabini, R. Ciriminna
    Energy Sci Eng (2014).

    Abstract
    We investigate the value of solar photovoltaic (PV) power in the Italian wholesale electricity market (IPEX). A model is developed and applied to simulate and predict the [...]

  • M. Pagliaro
    Energy Sci Eng (2014). Vol. 86

    Abstract
    Quebecs large solar power potential markedly contrasts with its poor achievements in using solar energy in this large and wealthy region of the world. Reviewing recent developments [...]

  • S. Oyedepo, R. Fagbenle, S. Adefila, M. Alam
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    This study presents comprehensive thermoeconomic and thermoenvironomic modeling and analysis of selected gas turbine power plants in Nigeria using the first and second laws [...]

  • S. Oyedepo, R. Fagbenle, S. Adefila
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    In this study, performance assessment of selected gas turbine power plants in Nigeria was evaluated using performance indices. The results of the study showed that for the [...]

  • L. Olatomiwa, S. Mekhilef, A. Huda, K. Sanusi
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    In recent times, hybrid renewable energy systems are increasingly being utilized to provide electricity in remote areas especially where the grid extension is considered too [...]

  • S. Obara
    Energy Sci Eng (2014).

    Abstract
    The energy supply characteristic of a proton-exchange membrane fuel cell for houses is strongly influenced in a hydrogen supply unit. Therefore, a bioethanol reforming system [...]

  • Z. Norwood, D. Kammen, R. Dibble
    Energy Sci Eng (2014). Vol. 61

    Abstract
    In this article, we present performance results and analysis of a novel rotary lobe expander device. This is part of a larger research effort into the analysis and design [...]

  • S. Njoku, H. Uellendahl, B. Ahring
    Energy Sci Eng (2013). Vol. 89

    Abstract
    The choice of a suitable pretreatment method and the adjustment of the pretreatment parameters for efficient conversion of biomass are crucial for a successful biorefinery [...]

  • Y. Nishikawa, K. Imai, K. Miyao, S. Uchida, D. Aoki, H. Saito, S. Magaino, K. Takagi
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    A new irradiance adjustment system for the light source named “Programmable Reference cell system for Irradiance adjustment by Spectral Measurement (PRISM)” has been developed [...]

  • S. Irungu, P. Muchiri, J. Byiringiro
    Energy Sci Eng (2017). Vol. 90

    Abstract
    The cement production process is energy intensive both in terms of the thermal energy (firing the kiln, drying and De carbonation) and electrical energy for driving the numerous [...]

  • S. Nanda, S. Reddy, S. Mitra, J. Kozinski
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    The global warming is directly related to the increased greenhouse gas emissions from both natural and anthropogenic origins. There has been a drastic rise in the concentration [...]

  • S. Nanda, A. Dalai, J. Kozinski
    Energy Sci Eng (2014).

    Abstract
    Lignocellulosic feedstock has tremendous potential to sustain the renewable production of biofuels such as ethanol and butanol. Although lignocellulosic biomass is a storehouse [...]

  • R. Muktham, A. Ball, S. Bhargava, S. Bankupalli
    Energy Sci Eng (2016). Vol. 86

    Abstract
    Karanja is a medium sized evergreen tree which has minor economic importance in India. The nonedible seed kernel contains 27–30% oil that is used for biodiesel production, [...]

  • N. Mittal, A. Samanta, P. Sarkar, R. Gupta
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    In this work, the performance of N-(3-trimethoxysilylpropyl)diethylenetriamine (DAEAPTS)-grafted mesoporous SBA-15 adsorbent for postcombustion carbon capture was studied. [...]

  • F. Meneguzzo, R. Ciriminna, L. Albanese, M. Pagliaro
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    During the first half of 2015, for the first time, the zonal electricity price in Sicily decreased below than the national wholesale price in Italy. Showing the unique pattern [...]

  • F. Meneguzzo, R. Ciriminna, L. Albanese, M. Pagliaro
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    This study offers a unified perspective into the unexpected solar energy photovoltaic revolution, and its far reaching impact onto both energy generation and electricity markets. [...]

  • J. Meiss, H. Ziehlke, S. Schubert, K. Leo, M. Riede
    Energy Sci Eng (2014). Vol. 77

    Abstract
    We present 10-nm thick metal alloys created by coevaporation of calcium and silver as transparent top electrode for inverted bulk heterojunction small-molecule organic solar [...]

  • A. Ragauskas, Y. Pu, A. Ragauskas
    Energy Sci Eng (2013). Vol. 42

    Abstract
    The need for sustainable biofuels has initiated a global search for innovative technologies that can sustainably convert nonfood bioresources to liquid transportation fuels. [...]

  • S. Lo, F. Cheng, V. Chang, W. Liu, L. Chang, O. Adurodija, E. Chou, C. Lung, J. Liu, T. Lu, J. Su, E. Cheng
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    This article discusses the design, operation, and performance evaluation of a unique cable-operated 6.24 kWp commercial-size solar tracking system called iPV dual-axis tracker [...]

  • F. Lontsi, O. Hamandjoda, K. Djanna, P. Stouffs, J. Nganhou
    Energy Sci Eng (2013).

    Abstract
    Externally heated Joule cycle reciprocating engines, also known as Ericsson engines, are particularly suitable for small-scale solar energy conversion and microcogeneration [...]

  • P. Lombardi, C. Röhrig, K. Rudion, R. Marquardt, M. Müller-Mienack, A. Estermann, Z. Styczynski, N. Voropai
    Energy Sci Eng (2014).

    Abstract
    In the last decade in Europe, the power generated by Renewable Energy Sources (RES) has significantly increased. For the electric power system, the integration of a high amount [...]

  • K. Li, A. Cousins, H. Yu, P. Feron, M. Tade, W. Luo, J. Chen
    Energy Sci Eng (2016). Vol. 23

    Abstract
    In this paper, we present improvements to postcombustion capture (PCC) processes based on aqueous monoethanolamine (MEA). First, a rigorous, rate-based model of the carbon [...]

  • N. Langat, T. Thoruwa, J. Wanyoko, J. Kiplagat, B. Plourde, J. Abraham
    Energy Sci Eng (2015). Vol. 43

    Abstract
    An experimental apparatus has been developed to evaluate the drying process of green tea leaves. Tea drying is an energy-intensive process which results in the removal of [...]

  • A. Kunwar, R. Bansal, O. Krause
    Energy Sci Eng (2014).

    Abstract
    In modern, stressed distribution system, voltage stability is a major concern from planning and operation perspectives. Remote wind farm connected to a weak distribution system [...]

  • A. Krüger, H. Krieg, S. Grigoriev, D. Bessarabov
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    The application of PFSA-based proton exchange membranes was investigated for the production of hydrogen and sulfuric acid using a SO2-depolarized electrolyzer system. Parameters [...]

  • T. Kohler, K. Müller
    Energy Sci Eng (2017). Vol. 21

    Abstract
    The main influencing parameter on the efficiency of adsorptive thermochemical energy storage is the efficiency of the desorption process, which is influenced by the process [...]

  • A. Klerk
    Energy Sci Eng (2015). Vol. 60

    Abstract
    Investigations into direct methane to methanol conversion are justified based on the avoidance of synthesis gas generation, which accounts for around 60% of the capital cost [...]

  • M. Kempe, D. Miller, J. Wohlgemuth, S. Kurtz, J. Moseley, D. Nobles, K. Stika, Y. Brun, S. Samuels, Q. Shah, G. Tamizhmani, K. Sakurai, M. Inoue, T. Doi, A. Masuda, C. Vanderpan
    Energy Sci Eng (2016). Vol. 40

    Abstract
    As creep of polymeric materials is potentially a safety concern for photovoltaic modules, the potential for module creep has become a significant topic of discussion in the [...]

  • M. Kempe, D. Miller, J. Wohlgemuth, S. Kurtz, J. Moseley, Q. Shah, G. Tamizhmani, K. Sakurai, M. Inoue, T. Doi, A. Masuda, S. Samuels, C. Vanderpan
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    Recently there has been increased interest in using thermoplastic encapsulant materials in photovoltaic modules, but concerns have been raised about whether these would be [...]

  • J. Kansedo, K. Lee
    Energy Sci Eng (2014). Vol. 31

    Abstract
    This study investigates the esterification of hydrolyzed sea mango (Cerbera odollam) oil using several cationic ion exchange resins. The best resins were selected based on [...]

  • H. Kanda, A. Uzum, N. Harano, S. Yoshinaga, Y. Ishikawa, Y. Uraoka, H. Fukui, T. Harada, S. Ito
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    An Al2O3/TiO2 double layer anti-reflection coating (ARC) film formed by spray pyrolysis was introduced for monocrystalline silicon solar cells as the nonvacuum processing [...]

  • A. jibouri, G. Turcotte, J. Wu, C. Cheng
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    In an attempt to maximize the amount of ozone reacting with lignin inside humid wheat straw, some of the ozone-reactive lignin degradation products were washed away before [...]

  • T. Kåberger
    Energy Sci Eng (2017). Vol. 4

  • T. Kåberger
    Energy Sci Eng (2016). Vol. 3

  • T. Kåberger
    Energy Sci Eng (2015). Vol. 1

  • T. Kåberger
    Energy Sci Eng (2013). Vol. 1

  • C. Jin, L. Liu, Y. Li, R. Zeng
    Energy Sci Eng (2017). Vol. 81

    Abstract
    Sequestrating CO2 in deep saline aquifers is maybe the most effective option to mitigate CO2 emission. The storage capacity of CO2 is the key factor for site selection before [...]

  • S. Jafarmadar, A. Zehni
    Energy Sci Eng (2014). Vol. 1

    Abstract
    Dwell duration of multiple-injection scheme is an important parameter, which makes it possible to shift the tradeoff curve between soot and NOx closer to the origin. In this [...]

  • T. Ishii, K. Otani, A. Itagaki, K. Utsunomiya
    Energy Sci Eng (2013). Vol. 18

    Abstract
    Nowadays, investors, customers, and even suppliers focus on the bankability of photovoltaic (PV) technologies. However, few studies have investigated the annual net effect [...]

  • R. Howarth
    Energy Sci Eng (2014). Vol. 47

    Abstract
    In April 2011, we published the first peer-reviewed analysis of the greenhouse gas footprint (GHG) of shale gas, concluding that the climate impact of shale gas may be worse [...]

  • T. Howard
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    The University of Texas reported on a campaign to measure methane (CH4) emissions from United States natural gas (NG) production sites as part of an improved national inventory. [...]

  • B. Hong, R. Howarth
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    We estimate the emissions of the two most important greenhouse gasses (GHG), carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4), from the use of modern high-efficiency heat pump water [...]

  • J. Hofer, A. Groenewolt, P. Jayathissa, Z. Nagy, A. Schlueter
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    Shading systems improve building energy performance and occupant comfort by controlling glare, natural lighting, and solar gain. Integrating PV (photovoltaics) in shading [...]

  • D. Zeiner-Gundersen
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    This paper discusses tidal, ocean, and river free turbine functional design parameters and general considerations associated with tidal field developments. A particular focus [...]

  • J. Hepp, F. Machui, H. Egelhaaf, C. Brabec, A. Vetter
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    It is well known that the performance of solar cells may significantly suffer from local electric defects. Accordingly, infrared thermography (i.p. lock-in thermography) has [...]

  • B. Han, Y. Hu
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    Solar-to-hydrogen conversion based on photocatalytic water splitting is a promising pathway for sustainable hydrogen production. The photocatalytic process requires highly [...]

  • A. Alami, J. Abed, M. Almheiri, A. Alketbi, C. Aokal
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    This study investigates the performance of dye-sensitized solar cells constructed with a Fe-Cu metastable material as the mesoporous layer on which a natural organic dye is [...]

  • N. Gupta, G. Tiwari
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    In this review, an attempt has been made to analyze passive solar heating and cooling concepts along with their effects on performance of a buildings thermal management. The [...]

  • M. Gross, V. Magar
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    Offshore and near-shore wind energy is one of the major renewable energy resources, which already make a substantial contribution to the energy supply in Europe. Nevertheless, [...]

  • A. Gladis, P. Bondesson, M. Galbe, G. Zacchi
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    In this study, three different kinds of simultaneous saccharification and fermentation (SSF) of washed pretreated corn stover with water-insoluble solids (WIS) content of [...]

  • A. Ghahremani, A. Fathy
    Energy Sci Eng (2016).

    Abstract
    Enhancing light absorption within thin film amorphous silicon (a-Si) solar cells should lead to higher efficiency. This improvement is typically done using various light trapping [...]

  • A. Ghahremani, A. Fathy
    Energy Sci Eng (2015).

    Abstract
    A 3D multiphysics simulation toolbox for thin-film amorphous silicon solar cells has been developed. The simulation is rigorous and is based on developing three modules: first [...]