Purpose and Scope:

The Journal of Turbomachinery publishes archival-quality, peer-reviewed technical papers that advance the state-of-the-art of turbomachinery technology related to gas turbine engines. The broad scope of the subject matter includes the fluid dynamics, heat transfer, and aeromechanics technology associated with the design, analysis, modeling, testing, and performance of turbomachinery. Emphasis is placed on gas-path technologies associated with axial compressors, centrifugal compressors, and turbines.

SCOPE
Aerodynamic design, analysis, and test of compressor and turbine blading; Compressor stall, surge, and operability issues; Heat transfer phenomena and film cooling design, analysis, and testing in turbines; Aeromechanical instabilities; Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) applied to turbomachinery, boundary layer development, measurement techniques, and cavity and leaking flows

Editor:

David G. Bogard, The University of Texas at Austin

2020 Reviewers of the year

Diversity and Inclusion
The Technical Committee on Publications and Communications endorses the commitment of ASME to support diversity and to create and ensure inclusive and ethical practices for publishing as well as the science and engineering professions.