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Dr. Henry Tan
University of Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom
Since James Watt, a Scottish inventor, improved efficiency of the steam engine, human civilization relies more and more on a steady supply of energy. Today we are at a transitional age. On the one hand, we see technology advances in the exploration and development of oil and gas, a depleting resource; we see growth in handling aging and decommissioning. On the other hand, we see ideas and plans for new energy infrastructure. This journal is about energy challenges and the underlying mechanics, involving multiple disciplines in science, technology, management and policy-making. Mechanics, fundamentally, is about force and the related behaviours, where force is about relationships, including those physical, human and social. For mechanics, the journal covers interactive boundaries with many other disciplines. For energy, topics include both fossil fuels and many different forms of renewable energy; also, issues related to energy economy, energy policy, efficiency, safety, environment and ecology will also be covered.
Affiliations of authors:
Authors are from institutions such as Cambridge University (UK), Georgia Institute of Technology (USA), University of Edinburgh (UK), University of Naples Federico II (Italy), Leibniz Institute for Catalysis (Germany), Green Technology Center (South Korea), SINTEF, Bayern-Chemie GmbH, Solar-Tectic LLC, etc.
National distribution of authors:
Authors are mainly from United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, Japan, United States, China, Brazil, Mexico, Russia, The Netherland, Spain, Finland, Ireland , Austria, Norway, Sweden, Nigeria, Switzerland, Poland , France, Saudi Arabia, Ukraine, South Korea, Denmark, Philippines, etc.
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Volume 3 (2016)
Volume 2 (2015)
Volume 1 (2014)