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Journal of Heat Transfer

Description
publ. quarterly by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers

 

Status
active
Indexing
Applied Science and Technology Index; AMR Abstracts Database; Chemical Abstracts; Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology Abstracts (electronic equivalent of Process and Chemical Engineering); Civil Engineering Abstracts; Compendex (electronic equivalent of Engineering Index); Corrosion Abstracts; Current Contents; E&P Health, Safety, and Environment; Ei EncompassLit; Engineered Materials Abstracts; Engineering Index; Enviroline (electronic equivalent of Environment Abstracts); Environment Abstracts; Environmental Engineering Abstracts;
Environmental Science and Pollution Management; Fluidex; Fuel and Energy Abstracts; Index to Scientific Reviews; INSPEC; International Building Services Abstracts; Mechanical and Transportation Engineering Abstracts; Mechanical Engineering Abstracts; METADEX (electronic equivalent of Metals Abstracts and Alloys Index); Petroleum Abstracts; Process and Chemical Engineering; Referativnyi Zhurnal; Science Citation Index; SciSearch (electronic equivalent of Science Citation Index); Theoretical Chemical Engineering
Subject

Source type
Journal
Publisher
ISBN ISSN
0022-1481
First volume
82
Last volume
134+
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The Journal of Heat Transfer disseminates information of permanent interest in the area of heat transfer. Contributions to the journal consist of research on thermal energy transfer in equipment, thermal systems, and applied thermodynamic processes in all fields of mechanical engineering and related industries.


Topic areas include, but are not limited to: heat transfer in aerospace, the environment, gas turbines, biotechnology, electronic equipment, energy systems, fire and combustion, manufacturing and materials processing, low temperature and arctic regions, refrigeration and air conditioning, homeland security systems, multi-phase processes and in micro and nanoscale devices and processes. Thermophysical properties, and theory and fundamental research in heat transfer are appropriate for the journal, as is work on energy transfer in all kinds of applied problems with long-term, archival goals.












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