As of January 1st, 2021, the Journal of Engineering and Applied Science, JEAS, is published by Springer Nature. The link to JEAS website on Springer Open is https://jeas.springeropen.com/
The Journal of Engineering and Applied Science, JEAS, focuses on publishing research articles and reviews covering different engineering specializations. It aims to cover theoretical and applied engineering research including, but not limited to, the following topics.
This realm’s focus and main concern is the built environment and related communities; past, present and development to the future. It provides a crucible for the interaction and integration of architectural engineering, engineering and applied sciences, as well as human sciences; merging into and delineating main streams of research, namely: architectural studies, building science and technology, environmental design, energy efficiency & renewable energy in buildings and sites, urban design & community development, housing, urban planning & development - collectively comprising numerous fields of research and methodical investigation.
Numerical modeling, structural optimization, structural mechanics, seismic evaluation, risk management, structural reliability and life prediction, nano-materials, non-destructive testing, construction engineering and management, soil-structure interaction, soil/rock behavior, soil improvement, geosynthetics, dynamics and testing, geo-environmental aspects, water resources management, groundwater modeling, computational fluid mechanics, coastal zone modeling, offshore structures, water processes, wastewater reuse, desalination, industrial waste treatment, solid waste landfills, pavement modeling, recycling, asphalt and pavement maintenance technologies, sustainable mobility, big data and demand modeling, transit and non-motorized transport, intelligent transport systems, transport safety, traffic modeling management and signals, vertical datum, sea level rise, gravity field variation, global satellite missions geoid determination, laser scanning development, hydrographic surveying, video tracking technology.
Artificial and machine intelligence and robotics, automatic control systems, bioinformatics, biomechanics, biomedical electronics, biomedical imaging, biomedical materials, bionics, biophotonics, biosensors, clinical engineering, communications, computer electronics and communications, computer engineering and computer languages, computer networks, computer systems security and data encryption, electric machines and electrical drive systems, electric power utilization and economy, electric power systems, electronics, embedded and real computer systems, health monitoring equipment, high voltage engineering, Internet of Things (IoT), medical imaging, microwaves and optics, parallel and distributed computer systems, power electronics, prosthesis and orthotics.
Machine design, wear and tribology, mechanics of materials, structural engineering , fatigue and fracture mechanics, high temperature deformation and creep mechanisms, materials science, advanced materials, materials processing, microstructure evolution, additive manufacturing, manufacturing engineering, non-traditional machining processes, computer aided design and manufacturing, machine theory, mechatronics, system dynamics, robotic systems and automatic control, vibration and noise issues, industrial engineering, quality management systems, ergonomics, supply chain management, plant engineering and maintenance, optimization tools and techniques, energy studies, engines and turbines, environmental protection, combustion, heat transfer, fluids mechanics, refrigeration and air conditioning, thermodynamics, renewable and sustainable energy, desalination, nano fluids, turbo machinery, computational fluid dynamics, cryogenics, heating and ventilating.
This covers novel theoretical and fundamental research addressing both experimental findings and computational studies in the areas of chemical process systems engineering, separation operations, reaction kinetics and thermodynamics, and applications to organic, inorganic and environmental technologies. Research addressing industrial applications is particularly welcomed.
JEAS topics also include engineering mathematics and physics, mining, petroleum, metallurgy, as well as different engineering applications and interdisciplinary engineering topics.
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