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High Temperature

High Temperature

Editor-in-Chief: Vladimir E. Fortov

ISSN: 0018-151X (print version)
ISSN: 1608-3156 (electronic version)

Journal no. 10740

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  • Prominent Russian journal, founded in 1963
  • Publishes original papers and reviews in high-temperature thermal physics
  • Reflects trends in thermal physics, presenting the results of contemporary experimental investigations

High Temperature (Teplofizika Vysokikh Temperatur), founded in 1963, is a prominent Russian physical engineering journal. Coverage includes properties and processes in low-temperature plasmas; thermophysical properties of substances including pure materials, mixtures and alloys; phase equilibria; heat and mass transfer phenomena in particular by forced and free convections, boiling and condensation processes, radiation and complex heat transfer; methods and instruments of experimental techniques; high temperature installations and equipment for power engineering applications and more.

The journal publishes original papers and reviews in high-temperature thermal physics, by Russian and international researchers. It reflects trends in thermal physics, presenting the results of contemporary experimental investigations; studies in the numerical simulation of complex thermal, gas-dynamics, and heat-and-mass-transfer processes; and the latest achievements in the theoretical description of the properties of high-temperature media.

Related subjects » Atomic, Molecular, Optical & Plasma Physics - Classical Continuum Physics - Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Engineering - Materials - Physical Chemistry

Impact Factor: 1.156 (2013) * 

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    High Temperature (Teplofizika vysokikh temperatur), founded in 1963, is one of the most prominent Russian journal in physical engineering, in which original papers and reviews are published, written by theoretical and experimental researches. The journal deals with problems concerning the properties and processes in low-temperature plasma; the thermophysical properties of substances including pure materials, mixtures and alloys; the properties in the vicinity of the critical point, equations of state; phase equilibrium; heat and mass transfer phenomena, in particular, by forced and free convections; processes of boiling and condensation, radiation, and complex heat transfer; experimental methods and apparatuses; high-temperature facilities for power engineering applications, and so forth. The journal reflects the current trends in thermophysical research. It presents the results of present-day experimental and theoretical studies in the processes of complex heat transfer, thermal, gasdynamic processes, and processes of heat and mass transfer, as well as the latest advances in the theoretical description of the properties of high-temperature media.

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    Original Russian Edition Copyright © 2010 by the Russian Academy of Sciences and Joint Institute of High Temperatures of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

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