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The journal, New & Renewable Energy is the official journal of Korean Society for New and Renewable Energy (KSNRE). It is published quarterly in March, June, September, and December each year. Abbreviated title is โNew. Renew. Energyโ It was launched in March, 2005, and it has been indexed in KCI (Korea Citation Index) since 2015.
This journal aims to promote and encourage the advancement of the field of new and renewable energy. The journal covers research in the following areas:
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Volume 19(2); June 2023
Yun Seok Oh, Dae-Hoon Lee, Jin Hyun Nam
In this study, an efficient one-dimensional model was developed for predicting microchannel steam/methane reformers with thin washcoat catalyst layers with a fo...
Ji Hyun Lee, Seong Jegarl
With the increased interest in renewable energy, various hydrogen production technologies have been developed. Hydrogen production can be classified into green,...
Vortex-induced vibrations are a type of flow-induced vibrations caused by alternating lift forces. With increasing demand for renewable energy, the application ...
Dong-Gun Lee, Hanki Kim, Namjo Jeong, Young Sun Mok, Jiyeon Choi
Salinity gradient energy can be generated from a mixture of water streams with different salt concentrations by using reverse electrodialysis (RED). In this stu...
Seunghyeok Ahn, Yoonmie Soh, Hojae Ryu, Minho Han, Sun-Jin Yun
Several offshore wind power conflicts occur due to the problems in which the site selection process led by private operators is improperly managed. To review th...