• موسسه فرهنگیان پیش فاکتور سفارش ترجمه شما صادر شده است (1398/12/5  ساعت12:40)
  • علی شجاعی پیش فاکتور سفارش ترجمه شما صادر شده است (1398/12/5  ساعت12:37)
  • علی شجاعی سفارش شما با موفقیت به ثبت رسید و بزودی بررسی می گردد (1398/12/5  ساعت11:3)
  • حمزه قادری پیش فاکتور سفارش تایپ شما صادر شده است (1398/12/4  ساعت16:18)
  • حمزه قادری سفارش شما با موفقیت به ثبت رسید و بزودی بررسی می گردد (1398/12/4  ساعت15:40)
  • دفتر فنی رخسان پیش پرداخت ترجمه شما با موفقیت پرداخت گردید. (1398/11/26  ساعت8:24)
  • دفتر بارکد پیش فاکتور سفارش ترجمه شما صادر شده است (1398/11/26  ساعت8:20)
  • دفتر فنی رخسان سفارش شما با موفقیت به ثبت رسید و بزودی بررسی می گردد (1398/11/26  ساعت8:17)
  • موسسه فرهنگیان سفارش شما با موفقیت به ثبت رسید و بزودی بررسی می گردد (1398/11/21  ساعت10:56)
  • دفتر بارکد سفارش شما با موفقیت به ثبت رسید و بزودی بررسی می گردد (1398/11/21  ساعت10:55)

ترجمه تخصصی مهندسی برق

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مهندسی برق یکی از رشته هایی است که در حال حاضر اکثر دانش آموزان به این رشته روی آورده اند و باتوجه به ساخت و ساز هایی که در ایران افزایش یافته است کسب و کار در رشته مهندسی برق به اوج خود رسیده است و باتوجه به اینکه ایران در حال توسعه می باشد به رشته مهندسی برق نیاز مبرمی وجود دارد.

رشته مهندسی برق در ایران در دانشگاه های متعددی تدریس می شود که یکی از دانشگاه هایی که این رشته در آن تدریس می گردد دانشگاه معتبر شریف می باشد که این دانشگاله از لحاظ علمی جزو دانشگاه های رده بالا در سطح جهانی می باشد.

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در ایران در هر سال تعداد زیادی از دانشجویان با مدارک عالی در رشته مهندسی برق فارغ التحصیل می گردند و این باعث می گردد که جایگاه ویژه ای برای دانشجویان تازه وارد ایجاد شود و رشته مهندسی برق با قدرت به پیشرفت خود ادامه دهد.

 

ترجمه تخصصی مهندسی برق

ترجمه تخصصی مهندسی برق در ملی ترجمه

یکی از معتبر ترین وب سایت های ترجمه تخصصی رشته مهندسی برق را می توان وب سایت ملی ترجمه معرفی کرد که با کمک بیشتر از 2500 مترجم متخصص با بهترین مدارک تحصیلی و از بهترین دانشگاه های کشور آماده خدمات رسانی به شما کاربران عزیز می باشد.

مترجمین وب سایت ملی ترجمه از متخصص ترین مترجمینی هستند که با آزمون های بین المللی قادر به ترجمه تخصصی رشته مهندسی برق می باشند. مترجمین متخصص رشته مهندسی برق در وب سایت ملی ترجمه آماده خدمات رسانی با بهترین کیفیت در زمینه ترجمه تخصصی مهندسی برق می باشند که این مترجمین نیز آمادگی خود را در زمینه ویراستاری ترجمه تخصصی رشته مهندسی برق اعلام نموده اند.

گرایبش های مهندسی برق

از گرایش هایی که در وب سایت ملی ترجمه قابل پشتیبانی و ارائه خدمات تخصصی می باشد ترجمه مقالات در زمینه های مختلف رشته مهندسی برق می باشد که این زمینه ها شامل رشته های کنترل، قدرت، الکترونیک می باشد که در وب سایت ملی ترجمه ترجمه تخصصی برای آنها ارائه می گردد.

ترجمه تخصصی رشته مهندسی برق

ترجمه تخصصی انگلیسی به فارسی رشته مهندسی برق

یکی از بیشترین ترجمه هایی که در وب سایت ملی ترجمه توسط دانشجویان و کاربران آپلود می گردد و درخواست ترجمه تخصصی را دارند می توان به ترجمه تخصصی انگلیسی به فارسی اشاره داشت ترجمه انگلیسی به فارسی رشته مهندسی برق در ایران توسط تعداد محدودی از وب سایت ها انجام می شود که باتوجه به اینکه این وب سایت ها ناشناخته اند می توان با خیال راحت به وب سایت ملی ترجمه ترجمه تخصصی رشته مهندسی برق خود را سپرد و انتظار تخصصی ترین ترجمه را داشت.

ترجمه متون تخصصی رشته مهندسی برق

ترجمه متون تخصصی رشته مهندسی برق توسط دانشجویان درخواست داده می شود که باتوجه به اینکه ترجمه متون و مقالات به صورت فارسی به انگلیسی و انگلیسی به فارسی می باشد و در اغلب اوقات نیز به صورت ترجمه کتب درسی می باشد که وب سایت ملی ترجمه با دریافت فایل ترجمه رشته مهندسی برق و ارجاع آن به مترجمین حرفه ای اقدام به تحویل در کمترین زمان ممکن را می کند.

ترجمه تخصصی رشته برق

ترجمه هایی که در وب سایت ملی ترجمه ارائه می گردد شامل موارد زیر می باشد:

  • ترجمه تخصصی مهندسی برق مدارهای مجتمع الکترونیک
  • ترجمه تخصصی مهندسی برق افزاره های میکرو و نانوالکترونیک
  • ترجمه تخصصی مهندسی برق سیستم های الکترونیک دیجیتال
  • ترجمه تخصصی مهندسی برق سیستم های قدرت
  • ترجمه تخصصی مهندسی برق الکترونیک قدرت و ماشین های الکتریکی
  • ترجمه تخصصی مهندسی برق برنامه ریزی و مدیریت سیستم های انرژی
  • ترجمه تخصصی مهندسی برق سامانه های برقی حمل و نقل
  • ترجمه تخصصی مهندسی برق مخابرات میدان و موج
  • ترجمه تخصصی مخابرات نوری
  • ترجمه تخصصی مخابرات سیستم
  • ترجمه تخصصی مخابرات امن و رمزنگاری
  • ترجمه تخصصی شبکه های مخابراتی
  • ترجمه تخصصی کنترل
  • ترجمه تخصصی رشته مهندسی پزشکی با گرایش بیوالکتریک
  • ترجمه تخصصی رشته مهندسی مکاترونیک
  • ترجمه تخصصی رشته راه آهن برقی
  • ترجمه تخصصی رشته پدافند غیرعامل با گرایش افا (استتار، فریب و اختفا)

در زمینه رشته مهندسی برق می توان به موارد زیر نیز اشاره کرد که این موارد می تواند بسیار اهمیت بسزایی در سرچ دانشجویان جهت یافتن وب سایت ملی ترجمه داشته باشد که این موارد به شرح ذیل می باشند:

  • ترجمه مهندسی برق قدرت به انگلیسی
  • ترجمه مهندسی برق به انگلیسی
  • ترجمه مهندسی برق مخابرات
  • ترجمه مهندسی برق الکترونیک
  • ترجمه مهندس برق به انگلیسی
  • ترجمه مهندس برق
  • ترجمه مهندس برق قدرت
  • ترجمه تخصصی مهندسی برق
  • ترجمه مقالات مهندسی برق
  • ترجمه متن انگلیسی مهندسی برق
  • ترجمه انگلیسی به فارسی مهندسی برق
  • مقاله مهندسی برق با ترجمه
  • ترجمه لغات تخصصی مهندسی برق
  • ترجمه آنلاین تخصصی مهندسی برق
  • ترجمه تخصصی متون مهندسی برق
  • ترجمه زبان تخصصی مهندسی برق
  • ترجمه آنلاین متون تخصصی مهندسی برق
  • دانلود ترجمه مقاله مهندسی برق
  • ترجمه ریز نمرات مهندسی برق
  • مقالات ترجمه شده مهندسی برق
  • مهندسی برق قدرت ترجمه

به تعدادی از مقالات معتبر در سال 2020 در وب سایت گوگل اسکولار از مقالات الزویر و همچنین مقالات معتبر دیگر اشاره داریم:

Removals of Cu(II), Ni(II), Co(II) and Ag(I) from wastewater and electricity generation by bimetallic thermally regenerative electro-deposition batteries

Abstract

The treatment of heavy metal ions in wastewater is of great significance for protecting the environment and human health. To improve the power density and removal efficiency of thermally regenerative ammonia electro-deposition battery and expand the concentration range of effective wastewater removal, a new method for removing Cu(II), Co(II), Ni(II) and Ag(I) from wastewater while generating high-power electric energy by using waste heat, called bimetallic thermally regenerative electro-deposition battery (B-TREB), was constructed in this work. For Cu(II)-containing wastewater with a wide concentration range of 0.002–0.3 M, the removal efficiency (RE) of Cu/Zn-TREB could reach more than 90%. With the initial concentration of Cu(II) being increased from 0.0005 to 0.3 M, the peak power density was enhanced from 20 to 546 W m−2. Besides, for 0.01 M and 0.1 M Co(II) wastewaters, the REs of Co/Zn-TREB were 85% and 90%, respectively. The RE of Ni/Zn-TREB was 88% for 0.01 M Ni(II) wastewater. These results illustrated that B-TREBs could remove many kinds of heavy metal ions in the wastewaters while maintaining a high removal efficiency of ~90% over a wide concentration range, and the produced high-power electricity could provide energy for further treatment or other uses.

 

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24 - Life cycle assessment, technical and economical analyses of jatropha biodiesel for electricity generation in remote areas of côte d’Ivoire

Abstract

This chapter assesses the environmental and economical performances of Jatropha biodiesel used as fuel by a diesel generator supplying electricity to the Ivorian remote locality of 500 inhabitants. It begins with a presentation of the Ivorian electric context and the Jatropha plant from which biodiesel is produced. Then, it presents the different assumptions adopted and the tools used, namely, the life cycle assessment (LCA), the calculation of the power of the diesel generator, and the calculation of the electricity production cost. By the end of the chapter, the results obtained from the LCA, the calculation of the diesel generator power, and the calculation of the cost of electricity generation from Jatropha biodiesel are presented. Of course, an interpretation of these results is carried out in order to draw the conclusions. The main results obtained at the end of this study are as follows:

One kilowatt-hour of electricity generation from Jatropha oil is more environmental efficient than the generation of 1 kW h of electricity from conventional diesel. In fact, there is no impact on global warming, no eutrophication, and there is the same impact on nonrenewable energy depletion with the use of conventional diesel.

The cost of electricity generation from Jatropha oil for an Ivorian village of 500 people (0.1€/kW h) is better than the fixed electricity generation cost from biomass (0.2€/kW h) but on the condition of developing a market for the oil cake.

 

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Electricity generation based on a photothermally driven Ti3C2Tx MXene nanofluidic water pump

Abstract

A popular method to harvest solar power is to convert light to heat, then to the kinetic energy of water, and finally to electricity, so-called concentrating solar power. However, it requires highly bulky components, limiting the applications. In this study, we present a miniaturized nanofluidic version—simply placing a MXene film on ionic solution and exposing part of the film to light. The distinguished photothermal property of MXene converts the asymmetric light irradiation to a water evaporation gradient, pumping water through the nanofluidic channels in the film, which transports cations and results in an ionic current. We expect this study to inspire more studies to explore the possibility of nanofluidic photothermal electricity as an alternative solar electricity technology for dispatched electricity generation and powering microfluidic/nanofluidic devices.

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The potential role of renewable electricity generation in Taiwan

Abstract

In 2017, Taiwan announced that it would replace nuclear power, which accounts for approximately 4.43% of its total energy supply (or 8.30% of total electricity supply), with renewable energy by 2025. Thus developing reliable and stable renewable energy sources has become an urgent need. This study analyzes the portfolio of renewable energy technologies available to achieve such a goal. In doing such we consider potential of power generated from municipal solid waste (MSW), animal manure, energy crops, crop residues, wind power, and photovoltaic (PV) sources. The results show that up to an additional 5896 GWh (or million kWh) could be generated from recycled MSW, 3107 from animal manure, 6440 from energy crops and crop residues, 3685 from solar and 609 from wind power. Collectively, an increase in renewable energy production could expand to supply as much as 6.15% of current usage. Meanwhile, before replacing nuclear the use of fossil fuels can be reduced by up to 4.51%, increasing energy security, but a greater promotion on renewable energy development should be focused when nuclear power is phased out. We also discuss the cost of such a transition.

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Data supporting the forecast of electricity generation capacity from non-conventional renewable energy sources in Colombia

Abstract

The data included in this study was calculated based on data provided by the national project registry provided by the Colombian government. The data forecasts the evolution of the power generation capacity registered in non-conventional renewable energy source projects in three scenarios of implementation of the power generation capacity registered in the projects. Results can be used to benchmark non-conventional renewable energy sources in Colombia, interpret the effectiveness of renewable policies, and monitor the evolution of non-conventional renewable-based power generation. The data presented in the article relates to the research study: A look to the electricity generation from non-conventional renewable energy sources in Colombia [1].

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How China's electricity generation sector can achieve its carbon intensity reduction targets?

Abstract

As the largest sector with decarbonization potential, electricity generation is critical for achieving carbon intensity reduction targets of China by 2020 and 2030. This study combines temporal decomposition and scenario analysis to identify the key drivers and provinces with increasing carbon intensity of electricity generation (CIE) and designs four scenarios by integrating efficiency improvement and structural adjustment in 30 provinces of China, and estimates the possible reduction of CIE by 2020 and 2030. Results show that 1) CIE in China decreases by 7.25% during 2001–2015. The estimated CIE during 12th FYP in this study is 25% lower than the estimation using IPCC emission factors, which is closer to China's reality. 2) Driving forces of CIE changes in 30 provinces vary greatly across provinces. The increasing CIE in four worse-performance regions (i.e. Northeast, South Coast, Southwest, Northwest) is mainly caused by energy mix effect and geographic distribution effect. The CIE growth in South Coast is also related to thermal power share effect. 3) Both 2020/2030 targets can be achieved by regulating the drivers for CIE growth in 30 provinces (i.e., RAK scenario). CIE decline is concentrated in three types of provinces, namely provinces with large economic size, strong policy support and clean energy implementation. The findings and recommendations provide insights into achieving 2020/2030 targets for CIE reduction.

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Thermo-economic modeling and analysis of an NG-fueled SOFC-WGS-TSA-PEMFC hybrid energy conversion system for stationary electricity power generation

Abstract

The natural gas fueled system coupling solid oxide fuel cell, water gas shift reaction, thermal swing adsorption and proton exchange membrane fuel cell (SOFC-WGS-TSA-PEMFC) could have a high efficiency and fast response for power generation. The thermo-economic analyses show that the hybrid system could have a better economy for electricity generation, whose specific electricity cost with LaNi5 as the thermal swing adsorption (TSA) working medium is 4.058 ¢/kW h only, remarkably lower than that of a standard power plant (5.46 ¢/kW h). The sensitivity analysis indicates the low sensitivity of the system to the market price fluctuation. When using the Mg+2 wt%Ni or TiFe metal hydride with the higher hydrogen capacity and the cheaper price as the TSA working medium for H2 production, the specific electricity energy cost can be further reduced to 3.958 ¢/kW h, which could be more economical than that with the traditional pressure swing adsorption or the membrane reactor for H2 production. In addition, the large-scale electricity power generation helps to cut down the system specific cost. These results reveal that the hybrid system could be a promising and economical energy conversion system for stationary electricity power generation.

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Large-area solid oxide cells with La0.6Sr0.4CoO3-δ infiltrated oxygen electrodes for electricity generation and hydrogen production

Abstract

Infiltration is an effective way to improve the performance of the oxygen electrode for solid oxide cells (SOCs). Most studies on infiltrated SOCs are carried out on button cells with a small active area. Here, we report on the preparation of large-area fuel-electrode-supported SOCs with a La0.6Sr0.4CoO3-δ (LSC) infiltrated gadolinia-doped ceria (CGO) oxygen electrode. The electrochemical performance of the resulting SOCs is examined at 4 × 4 cm2 level (active area). The cell delivers a power density of 1.08 W cm−2 at 0.6 V and 750 °C in fuel cell mode with high fuel and oxygen utilization of 52 and 57%, respectively; in electrolysis mode, the current density reaches 1.07 A cm−2 at 1.3 V and 750 °C with a steam utilization of 60%. Additionally, the influence of feed gas composition on cell performance and the short-term durability of the cell in electrolysis mode are studied. Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) results and the post-test microstructural characterization demonstrate that there is no visible degradation of the LSC infiltrated CGO oxygen electrode after the durability test. These results highlight the potential of large-scale production of high-performance SOCs by designing nanostructured electrode via infiltration.

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Electricity generation by a novel CO2 mineralization cell based on organic proton-coupled electron transfer

Abstract

Carbon dioxide (CO2) mineralization is an advantageous and effective way to reduce CO2 emissions. In previous work, our research group presented a CO2 mineralization cell that sued alkaline solid waste and CO2 as raw materials to produce both electricity and baking soda. Two generations of the cell have been developed. In this paper, we report a novel version of the CO2 mineralization cell in which a highly soluble, proton-coupled electron transfer (PCET), organic redox couple is used to facilitate CO2 mineralization and electricity generation without the need of a precious metal catalyst such as platinum. The cell presented a maximum power density of 96.75 W m−2 (much higher than that the previously reported mineralization cells without a PCET redox couple). This cell could generate 146 kWh per ton of CO2 mineralized. The reaction mechanism of the cell is based on PCET considerably improved power generation capacity towing to the excellent characteristics of the organic catalyst. This idea provides a new direction toward solving the problem of needing precious metal catalysts in fuel cells.

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How does the interplay between resource availability, intersectoral competition and reliability affect a low-carbon power generation mix in Brazil for 2050?

Abstract

Increasing penetration of solar and wind energy can reduce the reliability of power generation systems. This can be mitigated by e.g.; low-carbon dispatchable hydropower and baseload biomass power plants. However, long-term supply potential for those sources is often uncertain, and biomass can also be used for biofuel production. The purpose of this study is to assess the interplay between uncertain supply potential of biomass and hydropower, intersectoral competition and reliability on a low carbon power system for 2050, with Brazil as case study, using a soft-link between an energy model and a power system model. Hydropower acts as a balancing agent for solar and wind energy, even under lower hydropower supply potential. When less biomass is available, low carbon transportation is met more with electric cars instead of ethanol cars, leading to an increase in electric load for charging their batteries. The charging strategy determines whether peak load increases substantially; after commuting, or lowers; in off-peak hours. This shows the importance of using a soft-link between the high temporal resolution power system model to assess the reliability, and a least cost-optimization model to assess the interplay between resource availability and intersectoral competition of low-carbon power systems.

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Evaluation of Energy Efficiency and the Reduction of Atmospheric Emissions by Generating Electricity from a Solar Thermal Power Generation Plant

Abstract

The increase of renewable energy generation to change the productivity of a country and electrify isolated sectors are some of the priorities that several governments have imposed in the medium term. Research centers are looking for new technologies to optimize the use of renewable energies and incorporate them into hybrid generation systems. In the present work, the modeling of a solar thermal energy generation plant is being carried out. The climatic data used belong to two coastal cities and one island of Ecuador. The contribution of this work is to simulate a complete model of SCF and PCS, in which the variables of outlet temperature and oil flow are involved at the same time. Previously investigations use only outlet temperature for evaluating power plants. The model of the solar thermal plant is composed of a field of solar collectors, a storage tank, and an energy conversion system. As a result, we obtain a model of a thermosolar plant that will allow us to make decisions when considering the incorporation of micronetworks in systems isolated from the electrical network. The use of thermosolar technology allows the reduction in the risk of spills by the transport of fossil fuels in ships. The study of the CO2 emission factor in Ecuador from 2011 to 2018 is also carried out.