Visualization of Mechanical Processes
is a quarterly online international journal that was
established by the Central Aero‐Hydrodynamic Institute of Russia (TsAGI), the Asian
Society of Visualization (ASV) and Begell House Publishers. The journal will cover a wide
range of experimental and computational articles in the field of visualization, which covers
all areas of engineering and science. The fields may include topics related to academic
interest in aeronautics, astronautics, combustion, optical measurement, multiphase flow, heat
transfer, turbulent flow, acoustics, flow control, safety management technology, turbo
machinery, hydraulics, ocean and wind engineering, visual information, nano and micro
fluids and more.
The main purpose of the journal is to publish articles with visual‐digitized experimental
and computational data which will demonstrate facts to assist in understanding the
presented information. Each article submitted will not have been published elsewhere nor
simultaneously submitted for publication somewhere else.
The following types of articles will be accepted for publication in the journal:
: All publications shall be consistent and have high quality experimental
visualization illustrations with minimum comments about method and conditions in
which the results were received.
: Different reviews on the journal subjects are accepted if they contain a sufficient
amount of illustrated information.
: Original publications on the subjects of visualization are accepted if they
contain a sufficient amount of illustrated information.
Because the journal focuses on publishing visual experimental and computational data, a
limit of 35 Mb per article has been estimated for an average article. However, articles with
larger illustrations will be considered for publication and if accepted the editorial staff will
void the current file size restrictions.
Articles should be submitted through the Begell House Online Submission site by registering on the website (http://submission.begellhouse.com
). Author Instructions and
Templates for paper submission are available on the website http://www.begellhouse.com/forauthors/journals/08456987543b9011.html
Each article will receive at least two anonymous reviews.
"Visualization of Mechanical Processes" publishes what can't be visualized on paper!