International Journal of Thermodynamics

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The purpose and scope of the International Journal of Thermodynamics is to provide a forum for the publication of original theoretical and applied work in the field of thermodynamics as it relates to systems, states, processes, and both non-equilibrium and equilibrium phenomena at all temporal and spatial scales. The journal, thus, provides a multidisciplinary and international platform for the dissemination to academia and industry of both scientific and engineering contributions, which touch upon a broad class of disciplines that are foundationally linked to thermodynamics and the methods and analyses derived there from. A common thread throughout is that of assessing how both the first and particularly the second laws of thermodynamics touch upon these disciplines.

Announcements

 

ECOS Papers

 
The IJot will select a limited number of ECOS Conference papers to be reviewed; these paper will be blended with the regular research papers without preparing a special issue or special section.  
Posted: 2015-02-17
 

IJoT Manuscripts

 
The IJoT will accept:
- Novel research that makes a significant advance in improving scientific understanding in a modern area of thermodynamics;
- Novel theoretical methods or experimental techniques in thermodynamics;
- Research with critical procedures toward applications of scientific or technological relevance;
- Scientific advances that generate new avenues of research related to thermodynamics;

The IJoT will need five highlights with all the submissions. These highlights will clearly indicate why the submission is significant, novel, and transformative.
 
Posted: 2015-02-17
 
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Vol 18, No 1: March 2015

Table of Contents

Regular Original Research Article

Numerical Prediction of Radiation and Air Preheating Effects on the Soot Formation in a Confined Laminar Co-Flow Diffusion Flame PDF
Bijan Kumar Mandal, Achin Kumar Chowdhuri, Somnatj Chakrabarti
Four-dimensional equation of motion for viscous compressible and charged fluid with regard to the acceleration field, pressure field and dissipation field PDF
Sergey G. Fedosin
A Residual Thermodynamic Analysis of Inert Wear and Attrition, Part 1: Theory PDF
Mattias Karl Gustavsson
A Residual Thermodynamic Analysis of Inert Wear and Attrition, Part 2: Applications PDF
Mattias Karl Gustavsson
Thermo-mechanics in packed beds: Modeling and design of high temperature heat storage PDF
Volker Drei├čigacker
Debye Temperatures of Transition Metal Diborides TMB2 (TM= Ti, Zr, Os, Nb, Ru) Under Pressure PDF
Tanveer Ahmad Wani
A thermodynamic Metric for Assessing Sustainable Use of Natural Resources PDF
Signe Kjelstrup, Jo Dewulf, Bengt Norden


ISSN: 2146-1511