Progress in Energy and Combustion Science
Progr Energ Combust Sci
Conservation of energy requires an efficient combustion of fossil fuels, and the protection of the environment demands a limitation of the pollutants emitted from combustion systems. Progress in Energy and Combustion Science contains articles by internationally recognized authors in the fields of combustion, flames, fuel science and technology and energy studies. Each volume contains a number of specially commissioned review articles on a specific topic, which provides the reader with an orderly and concise survey of a particular aspect of combustion and energy. The length of the articles allows authors to discuss their subjects more fully and comprehensively than can be undertaken in papers reporting original work. These review articles provide an opportunity for research workers to become usefully informed in fields other than their own. They are of use to students seeking a review of a particular subject, together with a comprehensive bibliography. Certain volumes are also aimed at engineers working in government and industrial research establishments, seeking practical solutions to problems in the fields of energy and pollution.
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