Purpose and Scope:

The ASME Open Journal of Engineering (AOJE) is a rapid turnaround, multidisciplinary, open access, and rigorously peer-reviewed publication that expands the ASME Journal Program to offer original research across the broad spectrum of all ASME technical communities.

• High-impact, innovative articles that expand the scope of ASME’s traditional journals, including cross-cutting or multidisciplinary research in new or emerging areas.
• Original findings on theoretical or applied topics related to mechanical engineering and allied disciplines.
• New or improved engineering methods and solutions.
• Compliance with funder mandates that require full open access.

SCOPE
Advanced Energy Systems, Aerospace, Applied Mechanics, Bioengineering, Computers and Information in Engineering, Design Engineering, Dynamic Systems and Control, Electronic and Photonic Packaging, Energy Resources and Power Generation, Engineering Education, Environmental Engineering, Fluid Power Systems, Fluids Engineering, Gas Turbines, Heat Transfer, Internal Combustion Engines Management, Manufacturing, Materials, Materials Handling, Microelectromechanics, Nanotechnology, Noise Control and Acoustics, Nondestructive Evaluation, Nuclear Engineering, Ocean, Offshore, and Arctic Engineering, Pipeline Systems, Plant Engineering and Maintenance, Pressure Vessels and Piping, Process Industries, Rail Transportation, Robotics and Automation, Safety and Risk Analysis, Solar Energy, Solid Waste Processing, Sustainable Engineering, Tribology

Editor-in-Chief:

Michael Pecht, University of Maryland

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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.