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Journal of Enhanced Heat Transfer
Impact Factor: 0.562 5-Year Impact Factor: 0.605

ISSN Print: 1065-5131
ISSN Online: 1563-5074

Volume 23, 2016

Volume 22, 2015

Volume 21, 2014

Volume 20, 2013

Volume 19, 2012

Volume 18, 2011

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Volume 1, 1994

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Journal of Enhanced Heat Transfer

Editor-in-Chief: Raj M. Manglik

Advisory Editor: Arthur E. Bergles

Founding Editor: Ralph L. Webb

Aims and Scope

The Journal of Enhanced Heat Transfer will consider a wide range of scholarly papers related to the subject of "enhanced heat and mass transfer" in natural and forced convection of liquids and gases, boiling, condensation, radiative heat transfer. Areas of interest include:

  • Specially configured surface geometries, electric or magnetic fields, and fluid additives - all aimed at enhancing heat transfer rates. Papers may include theoretical modeling, experimental techniques, experimental data, and/or application of enhanced heat transfer technology.
  • The general topic of "high performance" heat transfer concepts or systems is also encouraged.
  • The journal will also consider well-prepared review articles within the identified subject areas.
  • Archival quality papers previously published at limited distribution conferences are also accepted. The author may need to provide a copyright release from the conference publisher
Manuscripts should discuss how the proposed manuscript is both related to, and unique from, existing published works. It is not sufficient to merely analyze or a test a slightly modified shape, or range of operating parameters. If "shape" issues are involved, what is important about this shape© Is it important to specific applications© If so, discuss this. A key question is - "What new results, or understanding, does the manuscript provide©" Additionally, CFD papers must address and discuss the "underlying physics" of their numerical study. It is insufficient to simply present a CFD solution without in-depth discussion of the transfer mechanisms involved.
Papers that are not related to "enhanced heat and mass transfer" or "high performance" heat transfer concepts or systems will not be accepted for review.