Volume 4, Issue 2 (AFGSolar1)

AFGSolar1 is a conference in solar technologies organized by the Kabul University in Afghanistan with co-operation of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia.
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Thin-layer mathematical modeling of apple slices drying, using open sun and cabinet solar drying methods

Abdul Wasim Noori, Mohammad Jafar Royen and Juma Haydary
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Impact of solar heating technology installation on reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in Kabul city

Nisar Ahmad Rahmany and Mohammad Hamed Patmal
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Changing brown cities to smart and sustainable ones: Proposed applicable
strategies and indicators for Omid-e-Sabz township in Kabul city

Abdullah Tajzai and Najib Rahman Sabory
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Heat pump systems: A mini review

Mohammad Omar Temori and František Vranay
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Public awareness and their attitudes toward adopting renewable energy
technologies in Afghanistan

Mohammad Hamed Patmal and Habiburrahman Shirani
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Assessment of stand-alone photovoltaic system and mini-grid solar system as solutions to electrification of remote villages in Afghanistan

Mohammad Ali Sina and Mohammad Adel Adeel
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Central heating by seasonal sensible heat storage of solar thermal energy

Abdul Mosaur Waseel, Najib Rahman Sabory, Hameedullah Zaheb and Abdul Kareem Waseel
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Comparative analysis of economic aspects of concentrated solar power versus
photovoltaic in Afghanistan – Case study: Kang district, Nimruz

Ali Ahmad Amiri
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Feasibility of solar air conditioning system for Afghanistan’s climate

Mohammad Azim Rasuli and Shuichi Torii
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Analysis of the potential for use of floating solar panels on Naghlo hydropower dam

Laila Zareef, Marzia Jalali and Sayed Moqeem Sadat
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Developing mathematical models for global solar radiation intensity estimation at Shakardara, Kabul

Abdul Basit Da’ie
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Evaluation of solar radiation for the use of photovoltaic panels in Afghanistan

Najibullah Hossini
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