American Society of Civil Engineers


Journal of Energy Engineering

ISSN: 0733-9402, eISSN: 1943-7897, CODEN: JLEED9
Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers, 1983-; Volume: 109-

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by Chung-Li Tseng, (editor-in-chief), (12/1/2012-Present; Vol. 138 No. 4-N/A), Hilary I. Inyang, (editor-in-chief), (8/1/2006-9/1/2012; Vol. 132-Vol. 138 No. 3), James L. Martin, (editor-in-chief), (4/1/2003-4/1/2006; Vol. 129 No. 1-Vol. 132 No. 1), John E. Edinger, (editor-in-chief), (12/1/2002-12/1/2002; Vol. 128 No. 3-Vol. 128 No. 3), Sharon De Monsabert, (editor-in-chief), (4/1/1995-8/1/2002; Vol. 121 No. 1-Vol. 128 No. 2), Gordon L. Dugan, (editor-in-chief), (4/1/1992-12/1/1994; Vol. 118 No. 1-Vol. 120 No. 3), Patrick Takahashi, (editor-in-chief), (4/1/1991-12/1/1991; Vol. 117 No. 1-Vol. 117 No. 3), Alton Dawis, Jr., (editor-in-chief), (12/1/1986-12/1/1990; Vol. 112 No. 3-Vol . 116 No. 3), Edgar T. Moore, Jr., (editor-in-chief), (3/1/1982-8/1/1986; Vol. 108 No. 1-Vol. 112 No. 2), and S. L. Chu, (editor-in-chief), (12/1/1981-12/1/1981; Vol. 107 No. 2-Vol. 107 No. 2), Journal Code: EY

ASCE sponsor: Energy Division

Document type: Serial
Abstract: The Journal of Energy Engineering reports on the scientific and engineering knowledge in the planning, development, management, and finances of energy-related programs. The journal is dedicated to civil engineering aspects of the issues, sources, and programs that are either directly related to, or can ultimately contribute to, the production, distribution, and storage of energy. Multidisciplinary subjects are especially encouraged. Original contributions are encouraged in, but not limited to, the following areas: generation of electric power; nuclear power issues; energy planning (planning for generation capacity expansions, hydropower planning, network and transmission planning, reliability); energy policy and economics (financial and customer markets, regulatory and financial issues); energy development (solar power, renewable energy, waste-to-energy systems); energy systems operation (thermal and hydropower operation and optimization, scheduling, load forecasting, demand-side management); energy efficiency, reducing consumption of or conservation of energy; energy sustainability as related to energy and power production, distribution, and usage; waste management and environmental issues; and energy infrastructure issues (power plant safety, security of infrastructure network).


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Energy