Special Issue "Sustainability in Electrical Engineering"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2015).
Prof. Dr. Nikos E. Mastorakis
Technical University of Sofia 8, Kliment Ohridski blvd, Sofia building 2, office 12504, tel 2394, Sofia 1000, Bulgaria
Interests: multidimensional systems; computational methods for operation of electric railway systems; applied mathematics for environmental xenobiotic analysis; neural networks
Dr. Cornelia A. Bulucea
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Craiova, Craiova 200440, Romania
Interests: synchronous generators for electric power systems; generator circuit breakers; electric traction motors for electric railway vehicles; applied mathematics for pollutant analysis in electric power plants
The concepts of sustainability need to be addressed along with the understanding that sustainable development is not about certificates or awards, but instead it is about the vitality of life on Earth. Future needs for sustainable development are likely to include a change in human values through education, and an industrial metabolism shift through responsible practical actions. A sustainable industrial metabolism, integrating technical and ecological aspects is one of the greatest challenges of humanity within the present industrial world. In line with this idea, the performance of sustainable electrical processes, systems and devices should be addressed. Research articles focusing on sustainability in electrical engineering and related topics are welcome for this Special Issue.
Topics of Interest:
- Sustainability of Electric Power Systems
- Applied Mathematics for Energy and Environment
- Computational Methods in Electrical and Environmental Engineering
- Sustainable Electric Railway Systems
- Electric Equipment and Techniques for Industrial Waste Treatment
- Mathematical Models to Correlate Biomedicine and Electrical Engineering
- Strategic Management for Sustainability in Electrical Engineering
- Energy and Exergy Efficiency of Industrial Systems
- Renewable Energy Systems
Prof. Dr. Nikos E. Mastorakis
Dr. Cornelia A. Bulucea
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- Bulucea, C.A.; Rosen, M.A.; Nicola, D.A.; Mastorakis, N.E. Synoptic Approach of Synchronous Generator on Disconnection Processes in Electric Power Systems Comprising Generator Circuit Breakers. Wseas Transactions Power Syst. 2014, 9, 219–231.
- Bulucea, C.A.; Rosen, M.A.; Nicola, D.A.; Mastorakis, N.E. Approaching the Processes in the Generator Circuit Breaker at Disconnection through Sustainability Concepts. Sustainability 2013, 5, 1161–1176.
- Bulucea, C.A.; Rosen, M.A.; Mastorakis, N.E.; Brindusa, C. Approaching Resonant Absorption of Environmental Xenobiotics Harmonic Oscillation by Linear Structures. Sustainability 2012, 4, 561–573.
- Bulucea, C.A.; Rosen, M.A.; Nicola, D.A.; Mastorakis, N.E. Utilizing the Exergy Concept to Address Environmental Challenges of Electric Systmes. Entropy 2012, 14, 1894–1914.
- Bulucea, C.A.; Nicola, D.A.; Mastorakis, N.E.; Cismaru, D.C. Three-Phase Transformer Dynamic Regimes Modelling as Targeted Approach in Industrial Ecology. In Proceedings of the 5th IASME/WSEAS International Conference on ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, 23–25 February 2010; pp. 234–241.
- Rosen, M.A.; Bulucea, C.A. Using Exergy to Understand and Improve the Efficiency of Electrical power Technologies. Entropy 2009, 11, 820–835.
- Mastorakis, N.E.; Bulucea, C.A.; Nicola, D.A. Modeling of Three-phase Induction Motors in Dynamic Regimes According to an Ecosystem Pattern. In Proceedings of the 13th WSEAS International Conference on Systems (CSCC’09), Rodos (Rhodes) Island, Greece, 22–24 July 2009; pp. 338–346
- Rosen, M.A.; Bulucea, C.A. Assessing Electrical Systems via Exergy: a Dualist View Incorporating Technical and Environmental Dimensions. In Proceedings of the 6th WSEAS International Conference on Engineering Education (EE’09), Rodos (Rhodes) Island, Greece, 22–24 July 2009; pp.116–123.
- Mastorakis, N.E.; Bulucea, C.A.; Nicola, D.A. Assessment of Thre-phase Induction Motors Dynamic Regims Following Ecosystem Patterns. Wseas Transactions Circuits Syst. 2009, 8, 651–661.
- Bulucea C.A; Nicola, D.A.; Manolea, G.; Brandusa, C.; Cismaru. D. Sustainability Concepts in Environmental and Engineering Education. Wseas Transactions Adv. Eng. Educ. 2008, 5, 447–458.
- Bulucea, C.A.; Nicola, D.A.; Brandusa, C.; Cismaru, D. Energy and Exergy Efficiencies in Urban Electric Transportation Systems. Wseas Transactions Environ. Dev. 2008, 4, 247–259.
- Bulucea, C.A.; Brandusa, C. Experimental Characterization of Environmental Impacts from Underground Electric Metro in Braking Regime. In Proceedings of the 7th WSEAS/IASME International Conference on ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS, HIGH VOLTAGES, ELECTRIC MACHINES (POWER’07), Venice, Italy, 21–23 November 2007; pp.254–255.
- electric systems
- energy efficiency
- environmental stewardship
- mathematical models
- sustainable development