Hydro Energy Magazines & Journals

  • Yeni Enerji

    Domestic and international editorials, news, reviews and opinion/viewpoint articles on worldwide developments, theories and approaches in the renewable energy technologies field. Scientific technical articles on renewable energy sources and technologies such as solar power systems and solar batteries, wind power, geothermal, biomasses, ocean tides, hydrogen, hydroelectric, wood (pellet), fuel ...

  • International Journal of Renewable Energy Technology (IJRET)

    IJRET seeks to promote and disseminate knowledge of all the various topics and technologies of different renewable energy ...

  • International Water Power & Dam Construction

    Launched in 1949, International Water Power & Dam Construction has over 60 years experience of providing independent, technical and business analysis for the water power and dam construction industry. With an unrivalled reputation for reliable and quality editorial reports, it’s a must for anyone working in this dynamic industry. IWP&DC provides in-depth independent coverage of all ...

  • Renewable Energy Focus Magazine

    With technological advances, economic pressures and environmental imperatives driving rapid growth in renewable energy, the pressure on scientists and industry to develop and adopt new methods for generating energy has never been so ...

  • International Journal on Hydropower & Dams

    The International Journal on Hydropower & Dams is a bi-monthly publication, read in 180 countries, dealing with all technical, environmental, social and economic aspects of hydro plants and multipurpose water resources development projects. It combines business news with state-of-the-art technology. Each issue has a regional focus, and special technical themes of interest to engineers in all ...

  • Extrapolation of vector (elastic) displacements by displacement potential field continuation

    Extrapolating recorded elastic displacement data from the surface downwards is the first step of a two-step elastic migration scheme. The second step is the image formation condition. Although an elastic (vector) reverse time migration can extrapolate elastic displacement data downwards, the subsurface reflections and the loss of energy due to the use of the two-way wave equations are ...

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