Purpose and Scope:
The Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer is complementary to the Journal of Thermal Science and Engineering Applications, which focuses on applications.
Topical areas including, but 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; Combined 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; Solar-thermal processes; Thermal systems; Two-phase flow and heat transfer. Such topical areas may occur in applications involving: Aeronautics and astronautics; The environment; Gas turbines; Biotechnology; Electronic and photonic devices; Energy systems; Fire and combustion; Heat pipes; Manufacturing and materials processing; Low-temperature heat transfer; Refrigeration and air conditioning; Multiphase processes; Solar-thermal energy devices; Microscale and nanoscale devices and processes.
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