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Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science

Editor:
University of Surrey, UK
Editor Emeritus:
University of Leeds, UK
Reviews Editor:
University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Associate Editors:
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
University of Messina, Italy
King's College London, UK
Durham University, UK
IMEN, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia
City University, UK
Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Imperial College London, UK
University of Birmingham , UK
University of Cambridge, UK
University of Loughborough, UK
 

The Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science publishes original papers that advance understanding of both the fundamentals of engineering science and its application to the solution of problems in mechanical engineering systems, machines and components. The Journal has an international reputation for excellence and is regarded as core material for every engineering collection.

Principal topics include:

Materials; metrology; mechanisms; solid mechanics; dynamic systems; thermofluid mechanics; tribology; reliability engineering; mechatronics; nano-and micro-mechanical engineering devices; biomedical engineering and systems and design.

The Journal also features a Section for rapid dissemination of research in the form of Fast-Track Communications in Mechanical Engineering Science.

For editorial purposes the Journal uses the following classifications, but submissions of a multidisciplinary nature or in new and emerging areas are also welcome.

  1. MATERIAL STRESS ANALYSIS, STRUCTURES

a. Properties (metals-polymers-ceramics) and processing

b. Stresses in machines and structures, Contact stresses

c. Mechanics and characterisation -- nano, micro and macro analyses

  1. DYNAMICS and CONTROL

a. Noise & vibration

b. Vehicle engineering

c. Sports equipment engineering

  1. FLUID MECHANICS

a. All aspects of experimental, computational and theoretical fluid flow

b. Fluid-structure interaction

c. Aero-acoustics

  1. THERMODYNAMICS and HEAT TRANSFER

a. Experimental, computational, and physical aspects of heat transfer and thermodynamics

b. New experimental methods for heat transfer

c. Combustion and thermodynamic aspects of machinery

d. Environmental applications of heat transfer, energy sources (renewable & non-renewable and analysis)

e. Thermodynamics of multiphase and microscale flows

  1. DESIGN and MANUFACTURE

a. New design theory and method

b. Design optimization

c. Design for manufacturing

d. Additive manufacturing

  1. SURFACES and INTERFACES

a. Tribology (fundamental aspects of surface interactions, lubrication, friction and wear)

b. Lubricant rheology

c. Metrology (surface representation and analysis), Measuring systems (contacting and non-contacting)

d. Corrosion and erosion

  1. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

a. Biomechanics

b. Bio-tribology

c. Medical equipment and systems

  1. MECHANISMS and MACHINES

a. Analysis, Design, Characteristics, Operation

b. Reliability

  1. MECHATRONICS and INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

a. Information storage and retrieval systems

b. Artificial intelligence, neural networks

c. Machine learning, pattern recognition

  1. MICRO- and NANO-MECHANICAL SYSTEMS

a. Requirements, Design, Performance

b. Engineering science aspects of mechanical and electrical/electronic systems, Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)

  1. FAST-TRACK COMMUNICATIONS
    Short (approximately 2000 words or 4 pages) communications for the rapid dissemination of significant findings in Mechanical Engineering Science. Items accepted for publication in this Section could include:

1. Early announcements of new and timely results and conclusions based upon theoretical analysis or experimental investigations;

2. New interpretations of basic concepts governing the performance of mechanical systems;

3. The announcement of successful and innovative applications of engineering science to the solution of problems in the design, manufacture and operation of mechanical systems;

4. The development and application of new experimental techniques, analytical methods and numerical procedures.

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Frequency: Published 18 times a year eISSN: 2041-2983 ISSN: 0954-4062
Months of Distribution: January , February , March , April , May , June , July , August , September , October , November , December Current Volume: 228 Current Issue: 13
Other Titles in: Mechanical Engineering  |  Engineering & Technology

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