Transactions of Tianjin University (ISSN 1006-4982) is an academic journal sponsored by Tianjin University under the administration of Ministry of Education of China. This bimonthly journal aims to address the growing scientific interests in energy related technologies.

The scope of Transactions of Tianjin University is intentionally broad that encompasses the multidisciplinary research of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science. It will include the topics such as Solar energy and photovoltaics, Hydrogen production and storage, Fuel cells, CO2 conversion and storage, Energy storage and conversion materials, Batteries and supercapacitors, Biofuels, New strategies for the clean utilization of coal and oil, etc.

Readership will include energy researchers, chemists, materials scientists, engineers, environmental and analytical scientists from academia and industry.

Transactions of Tianjin University is indexed by Engineering Index (EI), Scopus, Chemical Abstracts (CA), Cambridge Abstract, etc.

  • Publishes original research papers in the fields of natural science and engineering
  • Focuses on Mechanical Engineering, Precision Instruments, Chemical Engineering and Technology, Civil Engineering, Electronic Information and Electrical Automation

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  • Jinlong Gong
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