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Aims & Scope


Power Engineering and Engineering Thermophysics (PEET) is a dynamic, international open-access journal dedicated to disseminating cutting-edge research in power engineering and engineering thermophysics, including related areas. PEET's mission is to promote a multidisciplinary approach to research in engineering thermophysics, thermal engineering, power machinery, fluid machinery, and chemical process machinery, emphasizing the latest advances in these rapidly evolving fields. The journal invites diverse submissions, from in-depth reviews and research papers to concise communications and Special Issues on specific topics. PEET encourages contributions that not only delve into fundamental studies but also explore the application of these principles in related disciplines.

PEET aims to foster a detailed and expansive dialogue in scientific research, with no restrictions on paper length, allowing for full and reproducible documentation of results. Distinctive features of PEET include:

  • Every publication benefits from prominent indexing, ensuring widespread recognition.

  • A distinguished editorial team upholds unparalleled quality and broad appeal.

  • Seamless online discoverability of each article maximizes its global reach.

  • An author-centric and transparent publication process enhances submission experience.


The scope of PEET is comprehensive and detailed, addressing a wide array of specialized topics within the field:

  • Co-generation Systems: In-depth exploration of systems that simultaneously generate electricity and useful heat, focusing on efficiency, design, and technological advancements.

  • Building Energy Efficiency: Detailed studies on methods and technologies to reduce energy consumption in buildings, including passive and active strategies, energy management systems, and sustainable building materials.

  • Chemical Process Machinery: Analysis of the machinery used in chemical processes, focusing on design improvements, efficiency enhancements, and safety considerations.

  • Biomass Gasification Power Generation: Examination of biomass as a sustainable source for power generation, including process optimization, gasification technologies, and environmental impact assessments.

  • Heat Transfer in Cryogenic Systems: Studies on the heat transfer mechanisms in systems operating at extremely low temperatures, with applications in space technology, superconductivity, and liquefied natural gas.

  • Combustion Thermophysics of Coal: Research on the combustion properties of coal, including flame dynamics, emission control, and efficiency optimization.

  • Energy Utilization in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning: Investigations into the efficiency and environmental impact of refrigeration and air conditioning systems, including alternative refrigerants and advanced cooling technologies.

  • Photocatalytic Hydrogen Production: Exploration of hydrogen production methods using photocatalysis, focusing on catalyst development, reaction mechanisms, and system design.

  • Nano/Microsystem Temperature Delivery: Study of temperature control and management in nano and microsystems, relevant in semiconductor manufacturing, microfluidics, and nanotechnology.

  • Thermal Engineering: Broad research into thermal processes in engineering, including heat exchangers, thermal insulation, and system design for industrial applications.

  • Thermodynamic Cycle Theory and System Simulation: Advanced theoretical analysis and computer simulations of thermodynamic cycles, with applications in power plants, refrigeration cycles, and heat pumps.

  • Thermofluid Mechanics and Turbomachinery: Investigations into the fluid mechanics and dynamics in turbomachinery, including turbines, compressors, and pumps, focusing on performance optimization and design innovations.

  • Power Machinery and Engineering: Research on machinery used in power generation, transmission, and distribution, with a focus on technological advancements, reliability, and sustainable practices.

  • Fluid Machinery and Engineering: Studies on the design, operation, and optimization of fluid machinery, including hydraulic systems, fluid dynamics, and flow control technologies.

  • Engineering Thermophysics: Exploration of the physical principles in engineering processes, focusing on energy transfer, thermodynamic properties, and material behaviors at various temperatures.

  • Solar Energy Utilization: Innovative research on capturing and utilizing solar energy, including photovoltaic systems, solar thermal technologies, and solar power plant efficiency.

  • Oil Alternatives: Investigation of alternative energy sources to oil, including biofuels, hydrogen energy, and synthetic fuels, focusing on sustainability and environmental impact.

  • Fuel Cells: Advanced research in the development and application of fuel cell technologies, including materials, design, and system integration for various applications.

  • New Energy Vehicles: Exploration of electric, hybrid, and alternative fuel vehicles, focusing on energy systems, battery technologies, and infrastructure development.

  • Electric Vehicle Multi-Energy Power Control Systems: Study of control systems in electric vehicles for managing multiple energy sources, focusing on efficiency, integration, and smart grid compatibility.

  • Internal Combustion Engine Combustion and Emission Control: Innovations in internal combustion engines, addressing combustion efficiency, emission reduction technologies, and alternative fuels.

  • Automotive Powertrain and Control: Research on automotive powertrain systems, including advancements in transmission systems, drivetrain technologies, and vehicle dynamics control.