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Iranica Journal of Energy and Environment (IJEE) is an international scientific journal published by Babol Noshirvani University of Technology. The aim of the journal is to develop the international exchange of scientific and technical information in the fields of energy and environmental engineering.
All manuscripts with significant research results in the areas of energy and environment and their application are welcome. Iranica Journal of Energy and Environment (IJEE) appears four times, March, June, September, and December every year considering the increasing importance of rapid, effective, international communication. Special issues on different occasions may be published based on the commitments of editorial board members for the attraction of top-quality research papers.

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Chemical Engineering
The Effect of Magnetic Field on Non-deposition of Nanoparticles in Microchannels Using Euler-Lagrange Method

N. Hedayati; A. Ramiar

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2024, Pages 324-337


  The challenge of particle deposition in microchannels has consistently posed issues in nanofluids, adversely impacting the heat transfer rate. This study investigates the novel approach of employing a magnetic field to prevent deposition and enhance the heat transfer of nanoparticles in microchannels, ...  Read More

Air Injection's Effect on a Vertical Tube with Helical Corrugation: An Empirical Investigation

A. Bagheri; S. Karimian Aliabadi; F. Ommi; K. Ghaemi Osgouie

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2024, Pages 338-346


  Herein, a non-boiling two-phase flow containing air and water through a downward flow in a vertical tube with helical corrugations has been investigated. In this simulation, various flow rates for air and water are considered, and three corrugation pitches 1, 1.5, and 2 cm are included. It can be seen ...  Read More

Mass Transfer
Multiple Headspace Extraction for Benzene and Toluene Quantitative Analysis in Hot Oils

M. R. Ghavidel; M. Heydari

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2024, Pages 347-356


  In this article, the concentration of some volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the hot oil sample of the Pars petrochemical ethylbenzene unit is presented. Pars Petrochemical is one of the largest producers of ethylbenzene in the Middle East. The hot oil impurities that were analyzed were benzene and ...  Read More

Performance of Heat Recovery Cycle in order to Enhance Efficiency and its Mutual Effect on the Engine Performance with the Aid of Thermodynamic Simulation

H. Radaei; R. Shafaghat; S. Talesh Amiri; B. Alizadeh Kharkeshi

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2024, Pages 357-364


  Considering that the heat required for the Waste heat recovery (WHR) cycle of the engine is provided from two parts of the exhaust gas and the cooling system, the mutual influence of the WHR cycle on the engine performance is undeniable. Therefore, in this numerical study, an attempt has been made to ...  Read More

Enhancing Energy Security through Portfolio Thinking: An Analysis of National Energy Portfolios

F. Yazdandoost; S. A. Yazdani

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2024, Pages 365-378


  Insisting on independently providing energy due to fossil fuel availability and Economic-political purposes has imposed financial-environmental risks on countries. Inefficient obsolete infrastructures and technologies have caused devastating losses causing technical vulnerabilities in the energy sector. ...  Read More

Energy Efficiency of Residential Buildings in Cold and Dry Climates using Simulation-based Comparative Analysis: Case Study in Tabriz

N. Amani; A. Sabamehr

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2024, Pages 379-391


  The purpose of this research is to analyze the energy of a residential building in the city of Tabriz with a cold and dry climate using energy simulation to provide a model to minimize energy consumption. A comparative model of energy consumption analysis in a three-story building unit with dimensions ...  Read More

Optimizing Heat Dissipation in Microchannel Heat Sinks using Hybrid Nanofluids: A Computational Study

F. Nasiri Khamesloo; D. Domiri Ganji

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2024, Pages 392-401


  The use of microchannel heat sinks is one of the most popular methods for cooling electronic components. In recent years, fractal microchannels have attracted researchers' attention, leading to increased heat transfer and reduced pressure drop compared to parallel microchannels. In this study, two hybrid ...  Read More

Effect of Ambient Temperature and Solar Irradiance on Photovoltaic Modules' Performance

O. E. Olabode; I. K. Okakwu; D. O. Akinyele; T. O. Ajewole; S. Oyelami; O. V. Olisa

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2024, Pages 402-420


  The impact of solar radiation and ambient temperature on solar PV energy yield and its corresponding economic implication was investigated. The electrical load assessment was done by physical inspection through periodic visits to study location. Five different scenarios were investigated for two locations ...  Read More

Investigation on Physicochemical Properties of Sugarcane Bagasse Fibre - Reinforced Polyester Composite

O. O. Obiukwu; M. N. Nwigwe; T. O. Uchechukwu; J. Azubuike; D. A. Ekpechi

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2024, Pages 421-427


  The experimental study of the physicochemical properties of biodegradable composite of sugarcane bagasse-polyester have been investigated. Natural composite materials having biodegradable property which makes them a material with limited lifespan, thereby there is a need to research on these materials ...  Read More

Using GIS Maps to Assessing Wind Energy in Asian Countries: Finding the High Potential Countries and Examining Their Current Status and Outlook

M. Jahangiri; O. Nematollahi; H. Saghaei; A. Haghani

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2024, Pages 428-443


  Providing sustainable energy to achieve favorable economic development has attracted the attention of many governments in recent years. Renewable energies, especially wind energy, have gained considerable media attention recently due to challenges with the use of fossil fuels, including difficulty in ...  Read More

Assessment of Air Pollution Changes during COVID-19 Pandemic in Jiangsu Province of China from 2018 to 2021

A. C. Johnson

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2024, Pages 444-451


  The COVID-19 pandemic, which began during early 2020, had been a worldwide problem, resulting in significant fatalities. In China, the pandemic resulted in strict lockdowns, restricted movement, and reduced transportation. This resulted in improvement of air quality in many cities in China. The objective ...  Read More

Flow Field Analysis and Structural Optimization of a Rotating Wind Collection Device

Y. Xu; H. Jiang; K. Chen; Z. Jiang

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2024, Pages 452-459


  In this paper, a new type of wind collection device that can generate rotating wind for wind power generation has been designed to address the shortcomings of current wind power generation devices. This device can collect wind energy from different directions by changing the direction of the wind. Firstly, ...  Read More

Renewable Energy
Application of IoT and Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring Techniques in Microgrid Energy Management and Monitoring Systems

M. Esmaeili Shayan

Volume 15, Issue 3 , July 2024, , Pages 287-293


  Environmentally sustainable metropolitan environments are characterized by their ability to effectively produce and distribute power while reducing their impact on the environment. Smart homes are essential in smart cities since they enhance sustainability and efficiency in urban settings. A key advantage ...  Read More

A Study on Seasonal Variations in Water Quality Parameters of Dhaka Rivers

M. J. Islam

Volume 15, Issue 1 , January 2024, , Pages 91-99


  Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, is encircled by six rivers like a garland. Dhaka's growing population, urbanization, and modernization are causing problems with wastewater discharges and water pollution in the river's water body. These rivers receive wastewater from numerous sources, which are discharged ...  Read More

Investigating the Effect of Catalyst and Deep Eutectic Co-solvent on Purity of Biodiesel Produced from Linseed Oil

N. Momen; H. Pahlavanzadeh

Volume 15, Issue 2 , April 2024, , Pages 187-193


  Nowadays, due to environmental concerns and the reduction in fossil fuel resources, biodiesel is being considered as a renewable alternative or supplement to fossil diesel. In this research, the transesterification method was used to produce biodiesel from low-cost and non-edible linseed oil in the presence ...  Read More

Chemical Engineering
Energy and Exergy Study of a Nanofluid-based Solar System Integrated with a Quadruple Effect Absorption Cycle and Thermoelectric Generator

M. Mahmoudi; I. Mirzaee; M. Khalilian

Volume 15, Issue 1 , January 2024, , Pages 80-90


  The exploitation of nanofluids is the most noteworthy way to make better the rate of heat transfer in solar collectors. Moreover, recently utilizing thermoelectric generators are widely studied to direct the conversion of heat into electricity. The objective of the present study is to deal with a novel ...  Read More

A Comprehensive Evaluation of Renewable Energy Systems with a Backup to Provide a Part of Electrical Needs of a Hospital: A Case Study in Grid-connected Mode

I. Pishkar; S. M. Beigi

Volume 15, Issue 1 , January 2024, , Pages 1-9


  With sensitive and important systems in hospitals requiring an uninterrupted power supply, finding solutions for power outages is becoming increasingly crucial. Iran's favorable potential for renewable energy makes wind and solar energy viable options to support hospital electricity needs and contribute ...  Read More

Estimation of ozone and nitrogen dioxide pollutants in Mazandaran Province using sentinel 5 satellite images

Alireza Yousefi Kebriya; Mehdi Nadi; Ebadat Ghanbari Parmehr

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 28 December 2023

  Mazandaran province, due to its strategic geographical location and high influx of tourists during holidays, coupled with the presence of power plants and industrial complexes, is facing pollution challenges. This research, conducted in 2022, focuses on monitoring nitrogen dioxide and ozone pollutants ...  Read More

Using Electro-peroxone Process to Remediate Soil Contaminated with Phenol

Elaheh faghihnasiri; Farhad Qaderi; S. Mustapha Rahmaninezhad

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 January 2024

  Industrial processes are among human activities that cause the production of a large volume of wastewater containing organic pollutants such as phenol and its derivatives. Soil remediation is crucial for enhancing environmental quality for both humans and other living organisms. This study investigated ...  Read More

Enhancing Daylight Performance and Visual Comfort in Office Buildings with Electrochromic Glazing: A Case Study Mashhad

Hamed Kamelnia; Afsaneh Ghalehnovi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 05 February 2024

  Electrochromic Glazing (EC) has seen a significant surge in adoption today, primarily attributed to its pivotal role in enhancing visual comfort, mitigating excessive heat, regulating cooling and heating requirements, and curbing lighting consumption, especially within office buildings. Moreover, electrochromic ...  Read More

Effect of inclined angle on the pattern of free convective airflow inside the cavity of parabolic solar collectors

Abbas Dehghani Rayeni; Seyyed Abdolreza Gandjalikhan Nassab

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 09 February 2024

  In the present paper, the effect of inclination angle on the free convection airflow inside the cavity of compound parabolic collectors and also on the performance of the thermal system is examined. In analysis, the airflow equations for computations of velocity, pressure, and temperature fields and ...  Read More

Energy Analysis of a Novel Perforated Cross-flow Solar Air Heaters Integrated with Encapsulated Phase Change Material Units: An Experimental Study

Hadi Farzan; Mohammad Hossein Shahsavari

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 10 February 2024

  This study analyzes the thermal efficiency of a new perforated cross-flow solar air heater (SAH) integrated with encapsulated phase change material (PCM) by using an experimnetal method. Since SAHs represent low thermal efficiencies, this study introduces a novel SAH that uses two methods to address ...  Read More

Improving the geometry of microchannel heat sinks by adding fins to the walls of the microchannels

Farhaad Nasiri Khamesloo; Davood Domiri Ganji

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 20 March 2024

  The dissipation of heat generated in electronic and industrial chips is essential for the health of these components. For this purpose, one of the best choices is a microchannel heatsink, which offers a lower pressure drop compared to other channels while maintaining a high heat transfer rate. In this ...  Read More

Investigating the effect of winding structures in dynamic wireless power transmission in electric vehicle applications

Maryam Rafinejad; Abbas Ghayebloo

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 20 March 2024

  In recent decades, problems such as air pollution and the reduction of fossil fuel resources led to the development of electric vehicles. Wireless power transmission is an efficient and reliable way to charge fixed and mobile electric vehicles. One of the main problems in the dynamic wireless power transmission ...  Read More

Energy and Exergy Analysis of the Steam Power plant cycle of the ninth refinery of South Pars Gas Complex

Ehsan Mehrabi Gohari; iman pishkar; ehsan omidian

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 25 March 2024

  In this Research, the Energy and Exergy analysis of the Steam Power-plant of the ninth refinery of South Pars Complex has been studie. Fristly, according to the thermodynamic characteristics, pressure, temperature , flow rate and the type of fluid in terms of saturated water, dense liquid and super heat ...  Read More

Wind-Powered Hydrogen Production: A Promising Outlook for Iran's Clean Energy Future

Masoomeh Bahramisamani; Mehdi Jahangiri

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 03 April 2024

  Using wind energy for hydrogen production in Iran can be important for reasons such as abundant wind resources in Iran, reducing dependence on fossil fuels, ensuring clean energy supply, the potential for hydrogen exports, technology development and job creation. Therefore, this study signifies the first ...  Read More

Facial Feature Recognition with Multi-Task Learning and Attention-based Enhancements

hassan Farsi; Mehrdad Rohani; Sajad Mohamadzadeh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 08 April 2024

  Facial feature recognition (FFR) has witnessed a remarkable surge in recent years, driven by its extensive applications in identity recognition, security, and intelligent imaging. The UTKFace dataset plays a pivotal role in advancing FFR by providing a rich dataset of facial images with accurate age, ...  Read More

Investigating The Correlation of Window’s Configuration of Classroom and Daylight Indicators in Hot and Arid Region of Kerman City

Neda Daei parizi; Mansour Nikpour; Hossein Fallah

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 17 April 2024

  For reading and writing in classrooms therefore a lot of energy is consumed in educational spaces. Limitation of fossil fuels and environmental pollution are two subjects that demonstrate the importance and significance of the present study. Previous studies show that window size and configuration have ...  Read More

Sustainable Water Supply Solutions: Examining the Feasibility of Reverse Osmosis Systems in Shahrekord City

iman pishkar; Ehsan Mehrabi Gohari

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 22 April 2024

  The present work is the first study of its kind aimed at minimizing the energy consumption of the RO system pump and then finding the optimal configuration of a microgrid based on renewable energy in off-grid and on-grid modes. Comparing with traditional methods of using the power grid and diesel generators ...  Read More

Water Resources Engineering
Groundwater Flow under Irrigation Canals Lied on Inclined Cut-off Walls with Different Angles

Farshid Taran; Ghorban Mahtabi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 02 May 2024

  One of the main issues threatening hydraulic structures is the uplift pressure caused by the water flow in the porous media under the structures. Cut-off walls installed underneath a hydraulic structure can reduce the uplift pressure, by changing the water flow velocity, and as a result, the possibility ...  Read More

Effect of Shading Devices on an Office Building Energy Consumption in Hot Arid Climate: a Case Study for Kerman

S.Mohammad Reza Mousavi; S.M.Hojjat Mohammadi; Ebrahim Jahanshahi Javaran

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 06 May 2024

  Considering the unfavorable conditions caused by the wasteful consumption of fossil fuels in order to ensure the comfort of the residents of the building sector, it seems necessary to reduce and prevent the energy wastes. Windows include a significant part of this waste due to penetration of solar heat ...  Read More


Ajjanna N G

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 09 May 2024

  The sun is the main source of energy that provides light and heat energy. By the advancements in the power electronic components, grid tied solar PV System is readily available for distributed generation to meet the energy requirements of the customers. The objective of this study and analysis is to ...  Read More

Improving Standby Power Management in Buildings: User-Centric Design Strategies for Mitigating Human Errors in Standby Power Management and Energy Efficiency

Behnam Akhoundi; Marjan Salari

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 16 May 2024

  The proliferation of electrical and electronic products in modern lifestyles has led to a significant increase in standby power consumption, posing a challenge for energy conservation efforts. In response, this study explores the potential of user-centric design methodologies in addressing standby power ...  Read More

Chemical Engineering
Design of a Fuel Cell System with Converter for Electric Vehicle

Tawfikur Rahman; Nibedita Deb; Md. Zahangir Alam; Shehjada Ashikin; Samiul Islam Sanghoti; Reashad Kamal

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 17 May 2024

  This research endeavors to design fuel cell systems with converters, a multidisciplinary pursuit at the nexus of engineering and electrochemistry, aimed at advancing clean and efficient energy conversion technologies. Fuel cells stand as a promising alternative for power generation, directly converting ...  Read More