Energy Equipment and Systems (energyequipsys) is an internationally recognized multi-disciplinary scientific and engineering journal with a focus on the broad field of heat and power generating as well as heat and power-consuming equipment and systems. Energyequipsys is published quarterly in March, June, September and December of each year.

Energy Equipment and Systems belongs to the University of Tehran, which is a governmental organization; therefore, all expenses are covered by this university as well as the Iranian Ministry of Science, Research and Technology.

The journal is aimed to provide a dependable peer-review platform for publishing original research articles, review papers and communications which are compiled to advance the current state of the knowledge about different aspects of the energy-related systems based on fossil fuel, biofuel and renewable energy sources. Energyequipsys highlights major theoretical achievements, numerical/computational simulations as well as experimental investigations of the energy production, conversion, and storage equipment and systems.

Submitted manuscripts are encouraged to base their analyses on the well-known theories utilized in fields of fluid flow, heat transfer, thermodynamics, CFD, system dynamics and control, optimization, multi-physics modeling, metallurgy, and materials science and manufacturing related to the energy analysis, energy modeling and prediction, integrated energy systems and energy-efficient systems.

It is highly recommended that submitted manuscripts address the following specific problems/issues: 

  • Fossil fuel power plants: energy-saving strategies, process engineering, and optimization, gas turbines, boilers, cooling towers, CCHP, power plant maintenance, combustion reacting flow
  • Wind energy: turbines, mechanical systems, and controls
  • Biomass power plants: bioengineering and bioreactors
  • Geothermal energy: heat pumps, geysers, and novel devices
  • Solar energy: photovoltaic and solar thermal converters
  • Energy conversion: fuel cells and novel devices
  • Renewable energy: identification and assessment of the resources.
  • Lifecycle assessment of various power plants.
  • Hydrogen production, storage and utilization
  • Energy storage mechanism and their techno-economical assessments.

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Current Issue: Volume 12, Issue 1, March 2024 

Energy harvesting from fluid flow using cantilever beam integrated with piezoelectric layer

Pages 11-28

Khalil Allah Sajadian; Amirhossein Khoddami; Mahbod Sinaki; Mohammad Amin Nematollahi; Mohammad Hosseini

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