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Aims & Scope


Power Engineering and Engineering Thermophysics (PEET) (ISSN 2957-9627) is an international open access scholarly journal aimed at bringing together top-quality research across the entire spectrum of power engineering and engineering thermophysics, along with relevant work in related areas. The mission of PEET is to foster interdisciplinary research within engineering thermophysics, thermal engineering, power machinery and engineering, fluid machinery and engineering, and chemical process machinery, and highlight the latest developments in these continually evolving fields. We welcome original submissions in various forms, including reviews, regular research papers, and short communications as well as Special Issues on particular topics. Authors are encouraged to focus on fundamental areas of study, as well as the development of these principles to other related fields.

The aim of PEET is to encourage scientists to publish their theoretical and experimental results in as much detail as possible. Therefore, the journal has no restrictions regarding the length of papers. Full details should be provided so that the results can be reproduced. In addition, the journal has the following features:

  • Authors from non-English speaking countries will receive language support.
  • Every submission goes through a fair, rapid and rigorous peer review process overseen by full-time professional editors.
  • The publication process is author-friendly and transparent.


The scope of the journal covers, but is not limited to the following topics:

  • Co-generation
  • Building energy efficiency
  • Chemical process machinery
  • Biomass gasification power generation
  • Heat transfer in cryogenic systems
  • Multiphase flow combustion thermophysics of coal
  • Energy utilization in refrigeration and air conditioning
  • Photocatalytic hydrogen production
  • Nano/microsystem delivery and temperature
  • Thermal engineering
  • Thermodynamic cycle theory and system simulation
  • Thermofluid mechanics and turbomachinery
  • Power machinery and engineering
  • Fluid machinery and engineering
  • Engineering thermophysics
  • Solar energy utilization
  • Oil alternatives
  • Fuel cells
  • New energy vehicles
  • Multi-energy power control system of electric vehicles
  • Combustion and emission control of internal combustion engines
  • Automotive powertrain and control