COMPUTATIONAL THERMAL SCIENCES
DESCRIPTION OF PAPERS CONSIDERED FOR PUBLICATION: Papers on all modes of heat and mass transfer will be included: conduction, convection, diffusion, radiation and phase change. Topics to be covered will also include the laws of thermodynamics, the thermal properties of substances, engine and refrigeration cycles and combustion.
Papers on all aspects − both fundamental and applied - will be welcome. The development of new mathematical methods and computational algorithms, including the application of new or existing methods to the solution of problems in the thermal sciences, is also emphasized. Reports of experimental studies undertaken in conjunction with computational work are encouraged. In addition, review papers on relevant topics are invited as is correspondence on published papers. The assessment of the accuracy of computational solutions through verification (examining and limiting errors associated with discretization and with the computational solution methods adopted) and validation (quantification of errors in the physical models used) are essential parts of any computational study, and authors are expected to examine these aspects.
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- PREPARATION OF ELECTRONIC ARTICLE FILES: Write in clear, concise English. The author is responsible for all aspects of article preparation. Extensive changes to the article will not be undertaken by the Editor or during the production process. Each manuscript must be accompanied by a statement that it has not been published elsewhere and that it has not been simultaneously submitted for publication elsewhere.
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- DECLARATION OF ORIGINALITY: Each article submitted must be accompanied by a statement that the article has not been published elsewhere and that it has not been simultaneously submitted for publication elsewhere. The original electronic files of drawings, photos and the article should be retained by the author until the conclusion of the publication process. This statement should also confirm that all tables and figures are your original work and no permissions are required.
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Accepted manuscripts are eligible for rapid online posting if a valid copyright form is received and nothing is missing, such as Word or LaTeX files, applicable figure files, permissions, key words, etc. Along with your program files we ask that you provide a PDF file of the complete article that includes text, figures, and tables. This PDF, which is the accepted uncorrected version of your article will be available on the Begell House Journal Home page, listed under "Forthcoming Articles." Posted articles will include DOI numbers so that papers can be cited and referenced immediately. Authors will receive notification from Begell House when the typeset proofs are available and when the final version is posted. Papers listed under Forthcoming Articles will be removed once the edited and final typeset version is completed and posted online under the appropriate journal volume and issue.
- TRANSMITTAL AND COPYRIGHT FORM: The copyright form can be found when you upload your original manuscript files or on the Authors Hub website at http://submission.begellhouse.com/help/hub.html. Each article submitted for publication must include a signed copyright form. All accepted articles, artwork, and photographs become the property of the publisher. We also require that you fill out a transmittal form. The transmittal form can be found when your article has been accepted for publication and you upload your final files. The transmittal form includes the following information: article title, short title for running heads, key words (3 to 10), and all author names (include affiliation and e-mail addresses). Corresponding authors must include their complete mailing address, e-mail address, telephone number, and fax number.
- ALL ARTICLES MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
Author Information: Senior author's full name, affiliation, and e-mail address. Corresponding author's complete mailing address and e-mail address. Co-authors' affiliations and e-mail addresses.
Abstract: All articles must have an abstract not to exceed 250 words. Avoid using abbreviations, diagrams, and references in the abstract.
Key Words: All articles should have a list of key (indexing) terms. Three to ten key words or terms not in the title will assist indexers in cross-indexing your article.
Body: Group all tables, figures, figure captions, and footnotes at the end of the article, following the references. Equations should be numbered sequentially. Use no more than four levels of headings. Number headings sequentially using numerals, as follows: level 1 headings - 1., 2., 3., etc.; level 2 headings - 1.1, 2.1, etc.; level 3 headings - 1.1.1, 2.1.1, etc.; and level 4 headings - 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52. For articles containing more than a few symbols, include a nomenclature list in alphabetical order, with Greek symbols (also in alphabetical order and with a separate heading) following the alphabetical listing in English. The nomenclature section should be placed after key words and before the introduction. All articles must use SI units throughout; English units may be included parenthetically. Equations should not be provided as pictures; use programs such as MathType, Microsoft Equation, etc.
Figures: Figures should not exceed the size of the journal pages (size requirements can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org). Use only Arial and Symbol fonts for text within figures. Acceptable formats for figures are TIFF, JPEG, EPS, or similar program files saved from the original application at 300-700 dpi. Because of the loss of resolution, we do not accept figures embedded in word or PDF. The preferred format is TIFF; however, maintaining a clear quality of the figures is most important. Do not use gray rules, only black. If the text is printed over gray backgrounds for any reason, the gray must be at least 50% lighter than the text. If possible, avoid grayscales entirely. For best results, figures must be submitted at the highest possible quality. Figure captions should be typed at the end of the article, after the references. The author can submit color figures that will appear in color online, but will print in black and white. Color reproduction of figures is possible at the author's expense; rates will be provided upon request. If you are providing color figures and do not want to pay to print the figures in color, please do not refer to the colors when describing the figure in the text or figure caption. Please be sure to call out all figures in the text in numerical order.
Tables: Tables cannot be embedded in the text or provided as a picture. Provide tables at the end of the article and be sure to call out the tables in numerical order in the text. A short descriptive title should appear above each table with a clear legend and any footnotes suitably identified below the table. All units must be included.
Footnotes: Footnotes should be identified in the text with symbols such as * † ‡ § || ¶ and cited consecutively within the paper. If you have many footnotes you can double the suggested symbols.
Please Carefully Follow the Reference Formatting: Incorrectly formatted reference lists or reference callouts in the text will be returned to the author to correct before processing for publication.
Reference Format: Cite references in the text using the last name of the author(s) and the year of publication, either as "(Doe and Johnson, 1992)" or "Doe and Johnson (1992)." For more than two authors, use "(Doe et al., 1992)" or "Doe et al. (1992)." If any references contain identical authors and year of publication, cite in the form of "Doe et al. (1992a)," "Doe et al. (1992b)." Order the reference list alphabetically and format according to the following samples.
Book: Nield, D.A. and Bejan, A., Convection in Porous Media, New York: Springer-Verlag, pp. 125-176, 2005.
e-Books: Buyevich, Yu.A. and Alexandrov, D.V., Heat Transfer in Dispersions, Connecticut: Begell House, accessed May 5, 2005, from http://www.begellhouse.com/ebook_platform/56b7e0bb224cdbbf/7f98f1e271b3e77a.html, 2005.
Edited Book: Yang, W. and Kim, J.H. Eds., Rotating Machinery, New York: Begell House, 1992.
Edited Book Chapter: Nishikawa, K. and Ito, T., Augmentation of Nucleate Boiling Heat Transfer by Prepared Surfaces, in Heat Transfer in Energy Problems, T. Mizushima and W.J. Yang, Eds., Washington, D.C.: Hemisphere Publishing, pp. 111-1182, 1982.
Conference Proceedings: Ma, T.M., Effects of Geometrical Shapes of Reentrant Grooves on Boiling Heat Transfer from Porous Surfaces, Heat Transfer 1986, Proc. of 8th Int. Heat Trans. Conf., San Francisco, CA, vol. 4, pp. 2013-2018, 1987.
Dissertation: Richmond, J., Steady State Thermal Conductivity, PhD, University of Connecticut, 2004.
Print Article: Nakayama, W. and Nakajima, T., Effects of Pore Diameters and System Pressure on Saturated Pool Nucleate Boiling Heat Transfer from Porous Surfaces, J. Enhanced Heat Trans., vol. 104, no. 2, pp. 286-291, 1982.
Online Scholarly Article: Author, A.A., and Author, B.B., Title of Article. Title of Journal, vol. 10, accessed June 10, 1999, from http://www.someaddress.com/full/url/, 1995.
Online Scholarly Article with DOI: Nesterov, D. and Dmitriev, G., Investigation of Loop Heat Pipe Oscillating Behavior using Numerical Simulation, Heat Pipes Sci. Technol., vol. 6, nos. 1-2, pp. 25-49, 2015. DOI: 10.1615/HeatPipeScieTech.2015012224
Paper or Poster: Authani A.R., Lang LE, Thomas I.M., and Leena V.W., Scientific Images that Change the World, paper presented at, VIIP 2012, Proc. of 3rd Int. Conf. on Visualization, Imaging and Processing, Madrid, Spain, 2012.
Patent: Inventor, A.A., Inventor, B.B., and Inventor, C.C., Cement Admixture. US Patent 4,586,960, filed June 26, 1984, and issued May 6, 1986.
Report: Robert, E.E. et al., Oxygen Absorption in the Atmosphere, Aerospace Corp., Los Angeles, CA, Tech. Rep. TR-0200 (4230-46)-3, Nov. 1988.
Chapter or Section: Author, A.A. and Author, B.B., Title of Article, in Title of Book or Larger Document (chapter or section number), accessed April 1, 2014, from http://www.someaddress.com/full/url/, 2000.
Nonperiodical: Author, A.A. and Author, B.B., Title of Document, accessed August 27, 2013, from http://www.someaddress.com/full/url/, 2011.
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