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International Registration

ISSN International Centre

eISSN: A/F


Editor-in-Chief

Dr. Aqeel Ahmed Bazmi

Email: EyeSource@isurs.org

Frequency: Quarterly

Publisher: 
EyeSource-International Society of Universal Research in Sciences 
Al Ashabi Appartments,
Bheempura, Karachi, Pakistan.

 

MicroPower

The International journal on Science and Technology of Chemical-Electrical-Mechanical Energy and Power Systems.

MicroPower is the journal for researchers and technologists interested in all aspects of the science, technology and applications of primary and secondary conventional, non-conventional, new and novel electrochemical, electromechanical, renewable power sources, tools, storage devices, mechanisms, etc. This journal strives to be the first to explore the emerging field and features only papers of the highest scientific merit. MicroPower publishes original research, feature, short contributions, book reviews, conference reports and review articles related but not limited to following research, development and application areas and devices:

v  Chemical

ü  Nanomaterial,

ü  Photo-chemical cells,

ü  Energy conversion systems

ü  Combustion

v  Electronics

ü  Batteries,

ü  Super capacitors,

ü  Portable Electronics,

ü  Power system communication;

ü  Embedded systems

ü  Design and test aspects of high density

    integration (3D, etc.)

ü  Emerging devices as FinFETs, SETs, etc.

v  Electrical

ü  Power generation sources;

ü  Integration of unconventional sources into existing power systems;

ü  Generation planning and control;

ü  New technologies and techniques for power transmission, distribution,

    protection, control and measurement;

ü  Power system analysis, economics, operation and stability;

ü  Deregulated power systems;

ü  Metering technologies;

ü  Demand-side management;

v  Mechanical

ü  Turbomachinery;

ü  Boilers;

ü  Refrigeration Systems;

v  Renewable

ü  Storage of renewable energy;

ü  Fuel cells;

ü  Nuclear energy;

ü  Solar, wind, and microhydro electricity

v  Space & Physics

ü  Satellites and deep space probes;

ü  Space heating and cooling

v  General

ü  Environmental, economic and policy issues;

ü  Reliability and security;

ü  Corporate planning and management;

ü  Alternative energy systems;

ü  Environmental issues;

ü  Energy Management Systems;

ü  Energy economics;

ü  Policy and planning;

v  Computational

ü  Optimization Techniques;

ü  Expert systems;

ü  Neural networks;

ü  Object oriented systems;

ü  System control centres;

ü  Database and information systems;

ü  Stock and parameter estimation;

ü  System security and adequacy;

ü  Network theory, modeling and computation;

ü  Small and large system dynamics;

ü  Dynamic model identification;

ü  Man-machine interfaces;

ü  Energy systems modeling and simulation;

ü  Signal and image processing;

 

MicroPower

The International journal on Science and Technology of Chemical-Electrical-Mechanical Energy and Power Systems.

MicroPower is the journal for researchers and technologists interested in all aspects of the science, technology and applications of primary and secondary conventional, non-conventional, new and novel electrochemical, electromechanical, renewable power sources, tools, storage devices, mechanisms, etc. This journal strives to be the first to explore the emerging field and features only papers of the highest scientific merit. MicroPower publishes original research, feature, short contributions, book reviews, conference reports and review articles related but not limited to following research, development and application areas and devices:

v  Chemical

ü  Nanomaterial,

ü  Photo-chemical cells,

ü  Energy conversion systems

ü  Combustion

v  Electronics

ü  Batteries,

ü  Super capacitors,

ü  Portable Electronics,

ü  Power system communication;

ü  Embedded systems

ü  Design and test aspects of high density integration (3D, etc.)

ü  Emerging devices as FinFETs, SETs, etc.

v  Electrical

ü  Power generation sources;

ü  Integration of unconventional sources into existing power systems;

ü  Generation planning and control;

ü  New technologies and techniques for power transmission, distribution, protection, control and measurement;

ü  Power system analysis, economics, operation and stability;

ü  Deregulated power systems;

ü  Metering technologies;

ü  Demand-side management;

v  Mechanical

ü  Turbomachinery;

ü  Boilers;

ü  Refrigeration Systems;

v  Renewable

ü  Storage of renewable energy;

ü  Fuel cells;

ü  Nuclear energy;

ü  Solar, wind, and microhydro electricity

v  Space & Physics

ü  Satellites and deep space probes;

ü  Space heating and cooling

v  General

ü  Environmental, economic and policy issues;

ü  Reliability and security;

ü  Corporate planning and management;

ü  Alternative energy systems;

ü  Environmental issues;

ü  Energy Management Systems;

ü  Energy economics;

ü  Policy and planning;

v  Computational

ü  Optimization Techniques;

ü  Expert systems;

ü  Neural networks;

ü  Object oriented systems;

ü  System control centres;

ü  Database and information systems;

ü  Stock and parameter estimation;

ü  System security and adequacy;

ü  Network theory, modeling and computation;

ü  Small and large system dynamics;

ü  Dynamic model identification;

ü  Man-machine interfaces;

ü  Energy systems modeling and simulation;

ü  Signal and image processing;MicroPower

The International journal on Science and Technology of Chemical-Electrical-Mechanical Energy and Power Systems.

MicroPower is the journal for researchers and technologists interested in all aspects of the science, technology and applications of primary and secondary conventional, non-conventional, new and novel electrochemical, electromechanical, renewable power sources, tools, storage devices, mechanisms, etc. This journal strives to be the first to explore the emerging field and features only papers of the highest scientific merit. MicroPower publishes original research, feature, short contributions, book reviews, conference reports and review articles related but not limited to following research, development and application areas and devices:

v  Chemical

ü  Nanomaterial,

ü  Photo-chemical cells,

ü  Energy conversion systems

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