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Journal of Heat Transfer

Newest Issue: (February 2015, Volume 137, Issue 2)
PHOTOGALLERY | August 2010
C. Dietz, K. Rykaczewski, A. Fedorov and Y. Joshi
J. Heat Transfer   doi: 10.1115/1.4001752
research-article | November 2014
Jia Yang, Elbara Ziade and Aaron J. Schmidt
J. Heat Transfer   doi: 10.1115/1.4029011
TECHNICAL PAPERS | August 2003
Sarit Kumar Das, Nandy Putra, Peter Thiesen and Wilfried Roetzel
J. Heat Transfer   doi: 10.1115/1.1571080
Research Paper | March 2006
J. Buongiorno
J. Heat Transfer   doi: 10.1115/1.2150834
TECHNICAL PAPERS | February 2003
Yimin Xuan and Qiang Li
J. Heat Transfer   doi: 10.1115/1.1532008
TECHNICAL PAPERS | October 2003
REVIEW PAPERS | April 2002
TECHNICAL PAPERS | September 2007
Ahmad Fakheri
J. Heat Transfer   doi: 10.1115/1.2739620
research-article | June 2013
W. J. Marner
J. Heat Transfer   doi: 10.1115/1.4023546
AMR Podcast
November 01, 2014
Applied Mechanics Reviews Audio Interview: Prof. Philip Holmes
47 minutes, 21 seconds

Prof. Philip Holmes is an internationally prominent mathematician and engineer whose fundamental contributions to the theory and applications of nonlinear dynamical systems span solid and fluid mechanics, animal locomotion, neuroscience, and cognition. This AMR audio interview describes an unconventional path from writing poetry in the Yorkshire Dales to writing the seminal textbook Nonlinear Oscillations, Dynamical Systems, and Bifurcations of Vector Fields with John Guckenheimer, for which the authors were awarded the American Mathematical Society Leroy P. Steele Prize for Mathematical Exposition in 2013.

About This Journal

The ASME Journal of Heat Transfer disseminates information of permanent interest in the areas of heat and mass transfer. Contributions may consist of results from fundamental research that apply to thermal energy or mass transfer in all fields of mechanical engineering and related disciplines. The ASME Journal of Heat Transfer is complementary to the ASME Journal of Applied Thermal Science and Engineering Applications, which focuses on applications.

Impact Factor: 1.83
Frequency: Monthly
Scope:
The ASME Journal of Heat Transfer topical areas include, but are not limited to: biological heat and mass transfer; combustion and reactive flows; conduction; electronic and photonic cooling; evaporation, boiling and condensation; experimental techniques; forced convection; heat exchanger fundamentals; heat transfer enhancement; heat and mass transfer; heat transfer in manufacturing; jets, wakes, and impingement cooling; melting and solidification; microscale and nanoscale heat and mass transfer; natural and mixed convection; porous media; radiative heat transfer; thermal systems; and two-phase flow and heat transfer. Such topical areas may be seen in: aerospace; the environment; gas turbines; biotechnology; electronic and photonic equipment; energy systems, fire and combustion, heat pipes, manufacturing and materials processing, low temperature and arctic region heat transfer; refrigeration and air conditioning; homeland security systems; multi-phase processes; and microscale and nanoscale devices and processes. Also, archival results of research which focuses on the evaluation of thermophysical properties associated with heat and mass transfer as well as on the theory of heat and mass transfer are appropriate for the ASME Journal of Heat Transfer.
ISSN: 0022-1481
eISSN: 1528-8943
CODEN: JHTRAO

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