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Energy Engineering at IgMin Research | Engineering Group

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Energy Engineering is a vital field that addresses the challenges and opportunities in generating, distributing, and utilizing energy resources efficiently and sustainably. At IgMin Research, we delve into the forefront of energy engineering to uncover innovative solutions that drive our world towards a cleaner and more energy-efficient future.

In a world characterized by increasing energy demands and environmental concerns, our multidisciplinary approach encompasses aspects of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, environmental science, and policy-making. We explore the design, analysis, and optimization of energy systems, ranging from traditional fossil fuels to emerging renewable sources.

Our team of experts and researchers collaborates on topics related to energy production, conversion, storage, and management. We investigate cutting-edge technologies, explore novel materials, and assess the environmental impact of various energy sources. Our goal is to foster a deeper understanding of energy engineering and inspire advancements that benefit society as a whole.

Our exploration of Energy Engineering covers, but is not limited to, the following areas:

  • Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer in Energy Systems
  • Renewable Energy Technologies and Applications
  • Power Generation and Distribution
  • Energy Storage and Batteries
  • Energy Efficiency and Management
  • Sustainable Fuel Production
  • Nuclear Energy and Reactor Design
  • Energy Policy and Economics
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Smart Grid Technologies
  • HVAC and Building Energy Systems
  • Geothermal and Hydroelectric Systems
  • Solar Photovoltaics and Thermal Systems
  • Wind Energy Technology
  • Bioenergy and Biomass Conversion
  • Energy Harvesting and Conversion
  • Energy Materials and Nanotechnology
  • Carbon Capture and Utilization
  • Energy Modeling and Simulation
  • Microgrid Systems
  • Energy Infrastructure Resilience
  • Energy Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Hybrid Energy Systems
  • Energy and Society
  • Energy Education and Outreach

Engineering Group (2)

Mini Review Article ID: igmin124

Open Access Policy refers to a set of principles and guidelines aimed at providing unrestricted access to scholarly research and literature. It promotes the free availability and unrestricted use of research outputs, enabling researchers, students, and the general public to access, read, download, and distribute scholarly articles without financial or legal barriers. In this response, I will provide you with an overview of the history and latest resolutions related to Open Access Policy.

Roadmap for Renewable Energy Development
by Penjiyev Ahmet Myradovich

The article examines the priorities and prospects of the road map for the development of renewable energy using the example of Turkmenistan. The main scientific conditions of the goal, objectives, principles of public policy, a heterogeneous class of renewable technologies, the main scientific conditions of the road ma...p for sustainable development, the environmental aspect of climate change, mitigation potential, and costs are presented. The compiled roadmap for the use of renewable energy sources outlines the expected energy, economic, and environmental effects from the use of renewable energy technologies in remote areas from the centralized power line. The author believes that the outlined development roadmap for the use of renewable energy sources will become the basis for drawing up programs in other countries, depending on natural, climatic, and geographical conditions. Thus, the road map for the development of renewable energy sources, the use of local renewable energy resources, can reduce the need for fossil fuels in some cases by up to 80% and will significantly reduce the anthropogenic load on the environment. The introduction of renewable energy sources is one of the most relevant and promising for the development of the desert and the fight against desertification in the Karakum.

Energy Engineering Power EngineeringMechatronics Engineering
Research Article Article ID: igmin119

Open Access Policy refers to a set of principles and guidelines aimed at providing unrestricted access to scholarly research and literature. It promotes the free availability and unrestricted use of research outputs, enabling researchers, students, and the general public to access, read, download, and distribute scholarly articles without financial or legal barriers. In this response, I will provide you with an overview of the history and latest resolutions related to Open Access Policy.

Solar Energy Resource Potentials of the City of Arkadag
by Penjiyev Ahmet Myradovich and Orazov Parahat Orazmuhamedovich

The article obtained systematized, scientifically substantiated gross, technical, economic, and environmental energy resource potentials from the introduction and use of solar energy technologies. The technical, economic, and environmental priorities of power plants were assessed in terms of energy efficiency, fuel eco...nomy, and the environmental impact per square meter from conversion to thermal and electrical energy in the city of Arkadag.The calculated results are, kWh/m2 per year: gross resource potential of solar energy - 1844.6; the technical potential for conversion into thermal and electrical energy is equal to - 1256.44 and 242.44; economic - 502.6 and 96.98 kg fuel equivalent/m2 per year; environmental reduction in emissions of various harmful substances into the environment when using solar photovoltaic modules in the city of Arkadag will be: with annual electricity generation per m2 - 242.44 kW⋅h, annual fuel consumption savings - 96.96 kg. e., the reduction in emissions will be, kg per year: SO2 – 2.0; NOx – 1.1; CO – 0.14; CH4 – 0.29; CO2 – 155.0; solids – 0.21; when converted into thermal energy per m2 and annual production of 1256.4 kW⋅h, annual fuel savings are 502.6 kg of fuel equivalent; emission reduction will be, kg per year: SO2 – 10.4; NOx – 5.6; CO – 0.73; CH4 – 1.53; CO2 – 803.5; solids – 1.1.Empirical equations (1-5) have been obtained taking into account the gross, technical, economic, and environmental resource potentials of solar energy in the city of Arkadag, it is possible to carry out energy and environmental forecasting when drawing up a feasibility study.

Energy Engineering Power EngineeringApplied Engineering