Special Issue "Recent Developments in Carbon Emissions Reduction Approaches"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (28 July 2023) | Viewed by 1372
Interests: interfacial properties of geofluids; sorption and transport of fluids in porous media; underground CO2/H2 storage; molecular simulations; molecular thermodynamics
Interests: hydrogen transportation; natural gas network simulation; numerical heat transfer; efficient numerical methods and algorithm; model reduction methods
Interests: fuel cell generation system health management; modeling and analysis of reversible solid oxide cell; application of control algorithm
Interests: discrete fracture networks; engineering geology; solid–fluid coupling
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Human activities have increased the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by 50% in less than 200 years. The carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere had previously reached 420 parts per million (ppm). Pollution caused by carbon dioxide, which is mainly from the usage of fossil fuels for energy generation, warms the planet, causing serious environmental challenges for humanity. Hence, many countries around the world have employed the target of net-zero carbon emissions for the next few decades in an attempt to mitigate global warming. Various options have been proposed to reduce carbon emissions. These methods include the development of renewable energy sources, carbon capture, storage and utilization (CCUS) technologies, energy storage techniques, techniques for improving the efficiency of energy generation, etc.
In recognition of the net-zero target, the open access journal Atmosphere is hosting a Special Issue to showcase the most recent findings related to recent developments in carbon emissions reduction approaches. In this Special Issue, we welcome experimental, theoretical, and simulation investigations to enhance the development of environmentally friendly methods relevant to carbon emissions reduction. The areas of focus include, but are not limited to, the following: the geological storage of carbon dioxide; carbon dioxide enhanced oil/gas recovery; new materials for carbon capture; carbon utilization; techniques for renewable energy resources; underground hydrogen storage; fuel cell; and reversible solid oxide cell.
Dr. Yafan Yang
Dr. Jingfa Li
Dr. Xiao-long Wu
Dr. Weiwei Zhu
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- renewable energy
- energy storage
- H2 transportation
- CO2 flooding and storage
- modeling and analysis of reversible solid oxide cell
- energy economic analysis
- fuel cell system control
- multiscale simulation