2nd International Conference on Energy Systems and Technologies
18-21 Feb. 2013, Cairo, Egypt
ICEST 2013
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1- Z. Girma etal, Institute of Wind Energy, (IWES), University of Kassel, Germany Stand alone hybrid power system design for rural electrification in Ethiopia.
2- H.M. Tahir etal, Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Faculty of Technology, Abu-Bakr Belkad University -Tlemcen, Algeria. Electronic transport studies of bulk semimetal - semiconductor ternary alloy based on an ensemble Monte Carlo calculation including three-valley band structure model.
3- M. Preethi, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Anna University,Chennai, India Design and performance analysis of photovoltaic system based on modified Z-Source inverter.
4- Subhanarayan Sahoo, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India Dielectric study on mechanochemical synthesis of CaTiO3 nanoparticles.
5- A. Riaz, Hydrocarbon Development Institute of Pakistan Energy security of Pakistan: Prospects and challenges.
6- V.R. Ganesh, SRM University, India Effect of surfactant on enhancement of heat transfer rate of PCM encapsulated in spherical capsule for short duration charging and discharging applications.
7- D. Daneshgar, Civil Engineering Dept., Islamic Azad University (Yazd branch), Iran Green management project.
8- M.A.M. Ismeil etal, South Valley University, Aswan, Egypt Controller design for improved switched inductor (SL) Z-source inverter.
9- E.M. Abdullah, Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Babylon Institute, Iraq Cost- benefit estimated for alternative renewable bio-oil from Algae in comparative with traditional oil source.
10- Sh. Mishra, MNNIT, Allahabad, India SALSOTECH: Prospects of ocean energy utilization.
11- H.A. Kazem, Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology Research Group, Faculty of Engineering-Sohar University, Sultanate of Oman Solar electricity in Oman and GCC countries.
12- XiangBo Xu, Baoding Electric V&T College, Heibei Province, China A purchase and sell model in distribution market considering risk.
13- B.Abdel-Megied etal, Egypt Performance study of aero-electric tower.
14- U.Elfiky, Kafr Elshiekh University, Egypt Solar PV: A reliable, cost-effective tool for buildings in Egypt.
15- H.Gong etal, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National University of Singapore, Singapore High energy storage of nickel oxide based supercapaictors.
16- D. Kupka etal, Energy Research Center, VSB-Technical university of Ostrava, Czech Republic Carbon dioxide separation process for CES oxy-fuel combustor.
17- V. Yildirim etal, Dept. of Geomatic Engineering, Karadeniz Technical University, Trabzon, Turkey Geographical information system based energy transmission pipeline (ETP) routing for minimizing environmental risk: A case study of Turkey.
18- E. Nassef, Petrochemical Departement, Faculty of of Engineering, Pharos University, Egypt Study on the performance of solar still used for desalination.
19- M.A. Akhavan-Behabadi etal, School of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Tehran, Iran Experimental study on evaporation heat transfer of R-134a flow inside a corrugated tube with different tube inclinations.
20- H. Omidvar, National Iranian Gas Company, Iran Prospect of Iran natural gas export projects.
21- M, Kawai etal, Hakodate National College of Technology, Kitami Institute of Technology, Japan Study on high pressure gas engine using energy storage characteristics of CO2 hydrate.
22- R. Shimizu etal, Kitami Institute of Technology, Japan Development of a gas-hydrate power generation system.
23- E. Tanaka etal, Kitami Institute of Technology, Japan Development of a plant configuration photoreceptor optimized for the objective of maximizing light-received quantity.
24- S. Watanabe etal, Kushiro National College of Technology, Kitami Institute of Technology, Japan Study on operation analysis of a compound energy system using orthogonal table-GA hybrid method.
25- M.N.H. Comsan, Projects and Consultation Unit, Afaq Scientific, Cairo, Egypt Nuclear energy perspectives in MENA countries.
26- S-B. Lee etal, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Yusong, Daejeon, South Korea Fluoropolymer coated backsheets for photovoltaic module.
27- R.K. Olalere etal, Mechanical Engineering Dept., Lagos State Polytechnic< Lagos, Nigeria Mathematical determination of temperature distribution in a biogas reactor.
28- Zhiguo Ju etal, Rizhao Polytechnic College, Rizhao, Shandong Province, China Immobilization of chemically modified lipase and its property in biodiesel production.
29- S.I. Ladan, Department of Basic and Applied Sciences, College of Science and Technology, Hassan Usman Katsina Polytechnic, Katsina, Katsina State, Nigeria Energy-environment interaction: Case study of Northern Nigeria.
30- D. Mamdouh, Egypt An asset management system for mrintenance and repair of educational buildings.
31- Udara S.P.R. Arachchige etal, Telemark University College, Porsgrunn, Norway Alternative solvents for post combustion carbon capture.
32- Naglaa A. Megahed, Architecture and Urban Planning Department, Faculty of Engineering, Port Said University, Port Said, Egypt Welcoming the wind: The potential for urban wind turbines to reshape the built environment.
33- Hocine A. Azzeddine, Faculty of Sciences and Technology, University of Mascara, Mascara, Algeria Panel photovoltaic modeling using an RBFN artificial neural network.
34- W.K. Hiromi Ariyaratne etal, Department of Process, Energy & Environmental Technology, Telemark University College, Porsgrunn, Norway The effect of alternative fuel combustion in the cement kiln main burner on production capacity and improvement with oxygen enrichment.
35- Yueh-Hua Lee etal, Department of Business Administration, Tamkang University, Taiwan Applying the contingent approach to public participation in nuclear policy.
36- V. Arora etal, PDPM Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing Jabalpur, India Solar parabolic collector assisted evaporative cooling system.
37- Jin-Ming Chen etal, National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Taiwan. Electrochemical deposition and pseudocapacitive behavior in urea-based quasi-ionic liquid electrolytes studied with X-ray absorption spectroscopy.
38- S. Mitra etal, Mechanical Engineering Dept., Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College, Jalpaiguri, West Bengal, India An indigenous swirl type gas burner for LPG/CNG/ biogas.
39- H. Park etal, Dept. of Energy Resources Engineering, Seoul National University, Korea Estimation of greenhouse gas emission in the process of mineral transportation.
40- A.E. Dastjerdi Poor etal; Extension  and Education Department, College of Agriculture Extension and Education, Tarbiat Modares University, Iran The negative effect of energy consumption on agricultural production in Iran.
41- Emad A. Mohamed etal, Faculty of Engineering, Aswan University, Aswan, Egypt  Enhancement of multi-machine power system performance using superconducting fault current limiters with YBCO and Bi-2212.
42- Jinsol Kim etal, Dept. of Energy Resources Engineering, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea GIS analysis for the comparison between conventional and alternative energy system on sustainable islands.
43- Jihye Kim etal, Dept. of Energy Resources Engineering, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea Energy demand and design of student cafe.
44- So-Hyun Park etal, Dept. of Energy Resources Engineering, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea Energy, for the student, by the student.
45- Eunsol Kim etal, Dept. of Energy Resources Engineering, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea Analysis on the partial contribution of solar panel to management of energy for student study room.
46- Mohamed Ebeed etal, Electrical Department, Faculty of Engineering, South Valley University, Egypt Assessing behavior of outer crowbar protection with the DFIG during the grid fault.
47- Jinyoung Je  etal, Dept. of Energy Resources Engineering, Seoul National University, Korea GIS modeling for the calculation of the costs of conventional and photovoltaic energy at the university buildings.
48- R. Andoulsi etal, College of Engineering, Hail University, Hail, Saudi Arabia Maximum power point tracking of photovoltaic water pumping system based on the non linear control method.
49- Young-Il Kim etal, GS Power Co. Ltd, Republic of Korea District heating in CHP plant by turbo heat pump system using sewage water heat.
50- E. Roman etal, Department of Technology, Narvik University College, Narvik, Norway Analysis of the energy output of a solid waste treatment plant in Norway with the objective of optimization.
51- Muhammad Aziz etal, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan Innovative integrated marine biomass utilization.
52- Daniel Kouba etal., Czech Republic Solution of two simultaneous faults in the middle of voltage distribution network.
53- Mohamad Y. Mustafa etal, Narvik University College, Lodve Langes Gate 2, Narvik, Norway Challenges facing the fuel cell technology to replace combustion engines.
54- G. Hasnain Tariq etal, Department of Materials and Applied Science, Cranfield University, UK Influence of annealing temperature on structural properties of SnS thin films prepared by thermal evaporation.
55- Esteban Gil, Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Chile Use of LOLP-versus-demand curves to evaluate the capacity value of wind and solar power.
56- Rupesh S. Iyengar etal, Future Cities Laboratory, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland The decentralized way to achieve IEQ – LowEx Paradigm.
57- Y.G. Sangamesh etal, Basaveshwara Engineering College, Bagalkot-587102, State:Karnataka, India Hysteresis control strategy for UPF power conditioner of generator side converter connected to wind turbine.
58- Ahmet C. Kutlu,  Industrial Engineering Department, Istanbul Technical University, Macka, Istanbul, Turkey Energy paradox: An integrated principal agent real options model.
59- Mahmoud A. Hassan etal, Housing and Building National Research Center, Cairo, Egypt Green building and energy saving.
60- A.Benatiallah etal, Laboratory  LEESI, Faculté des Sciences et Science de l’Ingénieur, University of Adrar, Adrar, Algeria Geothermal potential in south of Algeria (Adrar site).
61- Niaz B. Chowdhury etal, Chemical Engineering Department, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh Comparative study of different types of coal gasifier,
62- P. Lemenkova, Dresden University of Technology (TU Dresden), Germany Water supply and usage in Central Asia, Tian Shan basin.
63- A. Fadiel Ali etal, Higher Institute of Professions Overall, Libya Theoretical investigation of co-generation power plant.
64- S. Bash, College of Engineering, Al-Mustansiriya University, Iraq Underground injection of gaseous effluents of stationary internal combustion engines.
65- S. Vadera etal, University of Salford, UK Evaluation of self-learning methods for predicting energy consumption.
66- Ali Tofighi, Department of Electrical Engineering, Pardis Branch, Islamic Azad University, Pardis, Iran Modeling and simulation of photovoltaic cell considering dynamic thermal model.
67- Bohang Song etal, National University of Singapore Surface modification of Li-rich layer-structured cathode for high energy density energy storage.
68- Mustafa A Elsherif, Durham University, UK Meeting future demand in the UK residential areas using superconductor technologies.
69- Sanwal Muneer, BEE, Islamabad, Pakistan Modern roads with green energy.
70- Sh. Moradi etal, Gilan Power Distribution Company, Iran Examining the effect of changes in 20 kV lines configuration for optimal operation.
71- Nahla.A.Taha etal, Department of Fabrication Technology, Institute of Advanced Technology and New Materials,  City of Scientific Research and Technological Applications, Alexandria, Egypt. Biodiesel production as clean energy Source from waste cooking oils: Characterization using TGA and FTIR and fuel properties.
72- Youssef Kassem etal, Faculty of Engineering, Near East University, Nicosia, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus Creating the wind energy for operating the 3-double C-section blades wind car.
73- Essam E.Khalil, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University Water energy nexus: A strategy and roadmap.
74- A. M. Elmabrouk, Department of Aeronautical Engineering, Tripoli University, Faculty of Engineering. Tripoli, Libya Estimation of wind energy and wind in Benina, Ejdabia, Mesrata, Sirt, Surman, and Zuara in Libya.
75- Essam E.Khalil etal, Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University Air flow in places of worship.
76- Ahmad Eid etal, Aswan University, Egypt Electrical distribution power systems of modern civil aircrafts.
77- Essam E.Khalil, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Cairo University-Egypt An international outlook of innovative energy efficient designs of low carbon buildings.
78- Omar A. Shaneb etal. Faculty of Engineering, Misurata University, Libya An evaluation of solid oxide fuel cell for residential applications.
79- Sung-Ryong Kim etal, Korea National University of Transportation, Korea All graphene-nanoparticle composite based electrodes for dye-sensitized solar cells.
80- E. Rezaian etal, Research Team for Energy Optimization and Passive-house Technologies (RTEOPT), Abbaspour University of Technology, Iran Design, optimization and analysis of the veranda leading to visual and thermal comfort in one of the solar decathlon China 2013 houses.
81- Piotr F. Borowski, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland Strategy of adaptation as a mode of development in the contemporary companies on energy sector examples.
82- Bilal M.S. Eid, Power Energy Dedicated Advanced Centre (UMPEDAC), 50603 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Microgrid system with multidistributed energy resources using MATALB/SIMULINK.
83- Keun O. Lew, Seoul National University of Science and Technology (Seoultech), Korea Risk management and pricing insurance on renewable energy projects.
84- Abbas A.M. Karwi, Mechanical Technology Department, Babylon Institute, Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Iraq Computed tomography used in petroleum for imaging oil phase during runoff.
85- Hameed G. Nezhad, Metropolitan State University Minneapolis, MN, USA Future of the power sector: uncertainties and opportunities.
86- Zelalem Girma, Arba Minch University, Ethiopia Technical and economic assessment of solar PV/diesel hybrid power system for rural school electrification in Ethiopia.
87- Piotr F. Borowski etal, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland. Measuring of reduction of CO2 emissions transport fuels on the example of ethanol in Poland.
88- Fadzida Ismail etal, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia Passive design features for low energy office building.
89- Chang Nyung Kim, Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, Kyung Hee University, Republic of Korea Effect of an FCI on the liquid metal magnetohydrodynamic duct flows.
90- A. Salmanpour etal, Guilan Power Distribution Company, Iran Designing and fabricating a distribution transformers control and monitoring system based on temperature effects.
91- H. Musa etal, Department of Electrical Engineering, Bayero University, Kano. Nigeria Distributed generation placement and sizing using a modified PSO for power loss reduction in radial distribution systems.
92- M. Ebeed etal, Egyptian Ferro Silicon Alloys Company, Egypt Performance of the DFIG with the conventional crowbar protection.
93- K. Soundararajan etal, Energy Studies Institute, Singapore A Sankey framework for tracing energy and exergy flows.
94- Gamal M. Dousoky etal, Minya University, Egypt Development of eco-friendly photovoltaic energy systems through “energy efficiency” technology: A roadmap and an application in Egypt and Japan.
95- Md. Istiaque Rahaman etal, Faculty of Science and Technology (FST), Atish Dipankar University of Science and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh Reduction in maintenance costs of wind turbine renewable electricity generation through online condition monitoring.
96- Mona Abdelwaly etal, Mechanical Engineer, Egypt Numerical investigation for the flow field and power generated from a full scale small sized horizontal wind turbine.
97- M Safdar etal, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan  Problems and prospects- electrical energy crisis in Pakistan.
98- Salah Alabani, Center for Solar Energy Research nd Studies (CSERS), Tripoli, Libya Assessment of evolution in LEDs lighting as energy-saving technology.
99- Victoria C. Ibezue, Department of Environmental Management, Anambra State University, Nigeria. Effects of fosil fuel extraction on Gokana environment,  Ogoniland, Nigeria.
100- O. Dumont, University of Liege, Belgium Design, modeling and optimization of a micro solar organic Rankine cycle.
101- Radwa A. Elsalamony etal, Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute, Cairo, Egypt TiO2 anatase nanopowder prepared by a gamma ray irradiation and photocatalytic activity.
102- Abdelaziz Nasr etal, LESTE-ENIM, National Engineering School of Monastir, Tunisia Numerical study of evaporation by mixed convection of a binary liquid film flowing down the wall of two vertical plates.
103- S. Simonetti etal, Universidad Nacional del Sur, Argentina Iron-nickel catalyst: study of the electronic structure and bonding during hydrogen adsorption phenomena.
104- M. Abubakar, Basic and Appllied Sciences College of Science and Technology, Hassan Usman Katsina Polytechnic, Katsina State, Nigeria Experimental study of electrolytic capacitors for energy conservation.
105- Latifah Nurul Qomariyatuzzamzami etal, Sebelas Maret University, Indonesia The effectiveness of natural Zeolite as dehydrator on bio-ethanol purification.
106- K. Park etal, Faculty of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials Engineering, Sejong University, Seoul, Korea Ba6-xBP5O20:xEu3+ phosphor systems for highly energy-efficient white LEDs.
107- Mostafa F. Shaaban etal, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada Long-term multiobjective planning to accommodate high penetration of renewable DG in distribution systems.
108- Aboelsood Zidan etal, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada Effect of load variation on network reconfiguration and service restoration plans in balanced and unbalanced distribution systems.
109- Abburi Supriya, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India  Fabrication and testing of compressed air car.
110- Naser S. Sanoussi, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technical Collage of Mechanical Engineering, Benghazi, Libya Reduction in heat flow through the building floor at various insulation layout arrangements.
111- Robert H Aldrich etal, Consultant to GCS- formerly VP and Technical Director, Environment with Chase Manhattan Bank; USA The technology and economics of a combined cycle WTE facility at an existing Egyptian landfill site.
112- R. Belaidi etal, Unité de Développement des Equipements Solaires (UDES/EPST CDER), Bou-Ismail, Algeria Shunt active power filter connected to a photovoltaic array for compensating harmonics and reactive power simultaneously.
113- Eman A. Tora, Chemical Engineering Department, National Research Centre, Dokki, Giza, Egypt Nanofluids as a cooling agent for Rankine power cycle.
114- Rehil O. Abdulhadi, Sebha University, Libya The performance of 0.6m impulse turbine operating under Bi-directional airflow.
115- Brahim Bahloul etal, Material Physics Laboratory, Faculty of Physical Sciences, USTHB, Algiers, Algeria The structural, electronic and thermal properties of Perovskite-type: Novel hydrogen storage materials.
116- Ihab H. Farag, Chemical Engineering Dept., University of New Hampshire (UNH), Durham, NH, USA Algae energy system potential for oil production and CO2 capture in the Middle East.
117- Rashid A. Saeed etal, Sudan University of Science and Technology (SUST), Sudan Machine-to-machine smart grid for sustainable energy.
118- Sohy R. Atalla, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Fayoum University, Egypt Chaotic behavior of coupled pendula.
119- Heikal Bedair, Consultant, Cairo, Egypt Energy: The crisis and the way-out.
120- Hany A. Mohamed etal, Mechanical Eng. Department, Faculty of Engineering, Assiut University Analysis and optimization of biodiesel production from desert plants.
121- Ghada Hamdy etal, Nanotech Research Center, Nile University, 6th of October City, Egypt Nano smart home.
122- Rania A Mokhtar etal, Department of Electronics Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Sudan University of Science and Technology (SUST), Khartoum, Sudan Wireless sensor network for smart grid communication.
123- Adel A. Abdeldayem etal, Mech. Eng. Dept., College of Engineering and Islamic Architecture, Umm Al-Qura University, Makkah, Saudi Arabia  Potential  of solar thermal energy utilization in electricity generation.

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