Default: Energy & Fuels

ISSN: 0887-0624

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American Chemical Society United States
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Energy & Fuels is a journal indexed in SJR in Chemical Engineering (miscellaneous) and Energy Engineering and Power Technology with an H index of 174. It has a price of 3678 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,044 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

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Across-Phase Biomass Pyrolysis Stoichiometry, Energy Balance, and Product Formation Kinetics

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Application of the Advanced Distillation Curve Method to Characterize Two Alternative Transportation Fuels Prepared from the Pyrolysis of Waste Plastic

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BioCompoundML: A General Biofuel Property Screening Tool for Biological Molecules Using Random Forest Classifiers

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Catalytic Cracking of Endothermic Hydrocarbon Fuels over Ordered Meso-HZSM-5 Zeolites with Al-MCM-41 Shells

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Catalytic Oxidation of Elemental Mercury in Coal-Combustion Flue Gas over the CuAlO2 Catalyst

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Characterization of Nanoporous Systems in Gas Shales by Low Field NMR Cryoporometry

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Characterization of Residual Particulates from Biomass Entrained Flow Gasification

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Comparative Shock Tube and Kinetic Study on High-Temperature Ignition of 2,3-Dihydrofuran and 2,5-Dihydrofuran

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Comparative Study of the Catalytic Performances of Na2CO3 and gamma-FeOOH in Hydroliquefaction To Propose a Two-Stage Lignite Catalytic Liquefaction Process

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Comparison of Atmospheric Pressure Ionization for the Analysis of Heavy Petroleum Fractions with Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry

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Competitive Interfacial Effects of Surfactant Chemicals on Clathrate Hydrate Particle Cohesion

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Comprehensive Assessment of Composition and Thermochemical Variability by High Resolution GC/QToF-MS and the Advanced Distillation-Curve Method as a Basis of Comparison for Reference Fuel Development

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Compressed-Liquid Densities of Three "Reference" Turbine Fuels

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Computational Study of NOx Formation at Conditions Relevant to Gas Turbine Operation, Part 2: NOx in High Hydrogen Content Fuel Combustion at Elevated Pressure

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Continuous Upgrading of Fast Pyrolysis Oil by Simultaneous Esterification and Hydrogenation

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Conversion of Solid Waste to Diesel via Catalytic Pressureless Depolymerization: Pilot Scale Production and Detailed Compositional Characterization

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Correlation among Petroleomics Data Obtained with High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry and Elemental and NMR Analyses of Maltene Fractions of Atmospheric Pressure Residues

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Description of Steam Cracker Fouling and Coking Residues by Thermal Analysis-Photoionization Mass Spectrometry

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Determination of Antioxidants and Corresponding Degradation Products in Fresh and Used Engine Oils

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Determination of Naphthenic Acid Number in Petroleum Crude Oils and Their Fractions by Mid-Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy

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Determining the Syringyl/Guaiacyl Lignin Ratio in the Vessel and Fiber Cell Walls of Transgenic Populus Plants

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Development of a Reduced n-Tetradecane-Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Mechanism for Application to Two-Stroke Marine Diesel Engines

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Development of Asphaltenes-Triggered Two-Layer Waxy Oil Gel Deposit under Laminar Flow: An Experimental Study

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