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Case Studies in Thermal Engineering


Electronic ISSN
2214-157X
Readership
Bio Chemists, Bioengineers, Biomedical Engineers/Technologists, Bioprocess Technologists
Scope
Case Studies in Thermal Engineering provides a forum for the rapid publication of short, structured Case Studies in Thermal Engineering and related Short Communications. It provides an essential compendium of case studies for researchers and practitioners in the field of thermal engineering and others who are interested in aspects of thermal engineering cases that could affect other engineering processes. The journal not only publishes new and novel case studies, but also provides a forum for the publication of high quality descriptions of classic thermal engineering problems. The scope of the journal includes case studies of thermal engineering problems in components, devices and systems using existing experimental and numerical techniques in the areas of mechanical, aerospace, chemical, medical, thermal management for electronics, heat exchangers, regeneration, solar thermal energy, thermal storage, building energy conservation, and power generation. Case studies of thermal problems in other areas will also be considered.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Elsevier Science - Netherlands
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