Progress in Energy and Combustion Science

Papers
(The TQCC of Progress in Energy and Combustion Science is 60. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Progress in biomass torrefaction: Principles, applications and challenges395
Thermochemical conversion of sewage sludge: A critical review360
Co-pyrolysis of waste plastic and solid biomass for synergistic production of biofuels and chemicals-A review286
The chemistry of chemical recycling of solid plastic waste via pyrolysis and gasification: State-of-the-art, challenges, and future directions278
Degradation mechanisms of proton exchange membrane fuel cell under typical automotive operating conditions274
Recent progress and remaining challenges in post-combustion CO2 capture using metal-organic frameworks (MOFs)228
Machine learning technology in biodiesel research: A review217
Battery warm-up methodologies at subzero temperatures for automotive applications: Recent advances and perspectives206
Potential of fat, oil and grease (FOG) for biodiesel production: A critical review on the recent progress and future perspectives197
Valorization of hydrothermal liquefaction aqueous phase: pathways towards commercial viability192
Green, Turquoise, Blue, or Grey? Environmentally friendly Hydrogen Production in Transforming Energy Systems180
Carbon Dioxide Emissions, Capture, Storage and Utilization: Review of Materials, Processes and Technologies170
Recent advances on nanofluids for low to medium temperature solar collectors: energy, exergy, economic analysis and environmental impact160
Metal-organic framework as a photocatalyst: Progress in modulation strategies and environmental/energy applications148
Reaction mechanisms and chemical kinetics of mercury transformation during coal combustion142
Multi-scale complexities of solid acid catalysts in the catalytic fast pyrolysis of biomass for bio-oil production – A review131
Recent advances in CO2 hydrogenation to value-added products — Current challenges and future directions121
Pore-scale modeling of complex transport phenomena in porous media120
Soot inception: Carbonaceous nanoparticle formation in flames110
Laser processing of graphene and related materials for energy storage: State of the art and future prospects110
What fuel properties enable higher thermal efficiency in spark-ignited engines?106
Nonprecious anodic catalysts for low-molecular-hydrocarbon fuel cells: Theoretical consideration and current progress105
Polymers for advanced lithium-ion batteries: State of the art and future needs on polymers for the different battery components100
Lithium Plating Mechanism, Detection, and Mitigation in Lithium-Ion Batteries100
Progress and challenges on the thermal management of electrochemical energy conversion and storage technologies: Fuel cells, electrolysers, and supercapacitors96
Soot reactivity analysis and implications on diesel filter regeneration88
Modeling, diagnostics, optimization, and control of internal combustion engines via modern machine learning techniques: A review and future directions86
Combustion chemistry in the twenty-first century: Developing theory-informed chemical kinetics models82
Pyrolysis technology for plastic waste recycling: A state-of-the-art review82
Processes defining smouldering combustion: Integrated review and synthesis81
Carbon monoxide poisoning and mitigation strategies for polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells – A review80
Mechanisms and occurrence of detonations in vapor cloud explosions79
Heat transfer modelling in Discrete Element Method (DEM)-based simulations of thermal processes: Theory and model development74
Analysis of Dry Reforming as direct route for gas phase CO2 conversion. The past, the present and future of catalytic DRM technologies71
Combustion machine learning: Principles, progress and prospects69
Nanomaterials as fuel additives in diesel engines: A review of current state, opportunities, and challenges68
Progress in CFD Simulations of Fluidized Beds for Chemical and Energy Process Engineering63
A review of rare earth elements and yttrium in coal ash: Content, modes of occurrences, combustion behavior, and extraction methods61
Spray combustion of fast pyrolysis bio-oils: Applications, challenges, and potential solutions60
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