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Special Sessions

*Special Session Title: Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer Concepts and Emerging Technologies
*Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Lin Chen
*Affiliation: Institute of Engineering Thermophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
*E-Mail: chenlin2018@iet.cn

Within the REPE conference which covers a broad range of topics, including renewable energy technologies, power generation, transmission and distribution systems, energy storage, and energy efficiency, this session is specially targeted on new concept energy and power engineering.

This special session aims to bring together an international community of researchers and practitioners in the field of new sources and new designs of power systems to present and discuss new research results and perspectives on future developments, mainly including areas of new power system and CO2 (or CO2 based mixture working medium) power engineering, hydrogen, energy saving, etc. This special session is also primarily targeted on the discussions and information exchange of emerging technologies in CO2 based power systems and cycles that would lead to high efficiency as well as low carbon emission (where CCUS would be considered). This session will also provide networking opportunities for establishing global collaborations toward developing suitable solutions for diverse applications and user groups in sustainable development.

Accepted and presented papers will be published into REPE Conference Proceedings, included into IEEE Xplore, and submitted for Ei Compendex and Scopus.

A selected set of extended versions of papers registered and presented at REPE will be submitted to Sustainable Energy, Grids and Networks (Published by Elsevier, Indexed by SCIE, Impact Factor: 3.899, ISSN: 2352-4677; eISSN: 2352-4677) for possible publication after review.


Keywords (Optional):

  • Key technologies of hydrogen production, storage, transportation and conversion
  • Low carbon technologies, new energy and CO2 based power cycles and energy conversion systems
  • Measurement, modeling and quantitative analysis CO2 processes
  • AI/IoT based data manipulation/reduction/assimilation techniques in energy and power systems
  • Renewable Energy and Energy-Saving Utilizations and Applications
  • New Concepts in Power Engineering

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