1. ​Al-Smairan M.H., Al-Harahsheh, S. and Al-Khazaleh, H., (2015)     "Biomass Energy Utilization in Northeast Badia of Jordan" Published, Research Journal of Applied Sciences and Technology, Volume (10).
  2. Al-Nhoud O., Al-Smairan M., (2015) " Assessment of wind energy potential as a power generation source in the Azraq south, Northeast Badia, Jordan" Published, Modern Mechanical Engineering, Volume (5).
  3. Al-Smairan M.H., (2012) " Application of photovoltaic array for pumping water as alternative to diesel engines in Jordan Badia, Tall  Hassan station: case study" Published, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews Journal, Volume (16).
  4. Al-Smairan M.H., R. Al-Adamat and O. Al-Nhoud, (2012), " Techno-economic feasibility of energy supply of remote dump site in Jordan Badia by photovoltaic systems, diesel generators and electrical grid", Published, Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Volume (4), Issue (9).
  5. Al-Smairan M.H., (2011) " Optimization and life-cycle cost of small house PV system for a rural area in eastern Badia of Jordan using HOMER software" Accepted, Proceeding of "The third International Renewable Energy Congress", 20 – 22 December 2011, Tunisia.
  6. Sahar Al-Makhamreh, Fadia Hasna, Gillian Lewando Hundt, Mohammad Al-Smairan & Salah Alzaroo, (2011) " Localising Social Work: Lessons Learnt from a Community Based Intervention amongst the Bedouin in Jordan", Social Work Education Journal.
  7. Hasna F., Hundt G., Al-Smairan M. and Al Zaroo S., (2010)"Quality of primary nursing care for Bedouin in Jordan", International Journal of Nursing Practice , 2010; Vol. 16,  Pages:564–572.
  8. Al-Smairan M. H., (2008) “Techno-economic Feasibility of Energy Supply of Remote Zone Family House in Jordan Badia by Photovoltaic Systems and Diesel Generators” Proceeding of “Power-Gen Middle East, Conference and Exhibition”, 4 – 6 February 2008, Bahrain International Exhibition Centre, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain.
  9. Al-Smairan M. H., P.White and L. Duckers (2006), “Sizing and Techno-economical optimization for photovoltaic – wind hybrid energy system in comparison to single photovoltaic and wind systems with battery storage in the Northeast of Jordan Badia” Proceeding of “Global Conference of Renewable Energy Application in Desert Regions”, Jordan University, Amman, Jordan, 18 – 22 September.
  10. Al-Smairan M. H., (2006) “Investigation of a Hybrid Wind-Photovoltaic Electrical Energy System for a Remote Community”, Ph.D. thesis, Mechanical Engineering Department, Coventry University, Coventry, UK.