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Power Technology and Engineering

Power Technology and Engineering

Editor-in-Chief: G.G. Lapin; G.G. Ol'khovsky

ISSN: 1570-145X (print version)
ISSN: 1570-1468 (electronic version)

Journal no. 10749

  • Investigates all aspects of electrical power generation and distribution
  • Focuses on sustainable technologies and environmentally sensitive issues
  • Addresses construction and operation of hydroelectric and thermal power stations, non-traditional power generation, electrical lines and equipment, renewable sources of energy, and environmental issues

Power Technology and Engineering investigates all aspects of electrical power generation and distribution, with an emphasis on sustainable technologies and environmentally sensitive issues.

Topics include construction and operation of hydroelectric and thermal power stations, non-traditional power generation, electrical lines and equipment, renewable sources of energy, and environmental issues. Articles are selected based on their scientific and technical quality, topical coverage, and significance to a worldwide audience.

The journal publishes articles selected from the peer reviewed Russian journals Gidrotekhnicheskoe Stroitel'svo (Hydrotechnical Construction) and Elektricheskie Stantsii (Electrical Power Stations).

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    Power Technology and Engineering deals with all aspects of electrical power generation and distribution, with an emphasis on sustainable technologies and environmentally sensitive issues. Topics covered include construction and operation of thermal (fossil and nuclear) and hydroelectric power stations, electric lines and equipment, renewable sources of energy, and environmental issues.

    Power Technology and Engineering publishes articles selected from the Russian journals Gidrotekhnicheskoe Stroitel’stvo (Hydrotechnical Construction) and Elektricheskie Stantsii (Electrical Power Stations). Articles are selected on the basis of their scientific and technical quality, their focus on the above themes, and the significance to a worldwide audience of this leading Russian research and practice.

    Power Technology and Engineering is a continuation of the Kluwer/Consultants Bureau journal Hydrotechnical Construction, which was a translation of Gidrotekhnicheskoe Stroitel’stvo exclusively. The change improves the scope of the journal and makes two valuable sources of Russian research available internationally.

    Each annual volume of Power Technology and Engineering will contain six issues. Volume 36 (2002) is to be published in July–December 2002, following completion of Volume 35 of Hydrotechnical Construction, which was published from July 2001 to June 2002. From Volume 37 (2003) Power Technology and Engineering will be published bimonthly on a calendar year (January to December) basis.

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