Thermal Science and Engineering

ISSN: 2578-1782 (Online)

Thermal Science and Engineering (TSE) is an international open access journal that publishes original, high-quality research articles that span activities ranging from fundamental thermodynamic scientific research to the applied discussion of maximising thermodynamic efficiencies and minimising all heat losses. Topics cover thermal biology, nanotechnology, thermal energy transport, thermodynamics, thermal medical systems, and devices, etc.

Interests include related to all areas of thermal science and engineering, but are not limited to:

  1. Energy systems, efficiency, and sustainability
  2. Manufacturing of micro and macro devices
  3. Solar system
  4. Refrigeration system
  5. Combustion system
  6. Petrochemical processing
  7. Thermal transfer processes in the traditional fields
  8. Thermal biological and medical system
  9. New understanding of heat, air, moisture transfer, etc.


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Vol 5, No 2 (In Publishing)

Table of Contents

Original Research Article

Hui Luo , Kequn Li
VIEWS - 231 (Abstract)

Pages: 1-8
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Original Research Article

Yefeng Liu , Yuqing Wang , Danping Tang
VIEWS - 49 (Abstract)

Pages: 20-28
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Original Research Article

Lun Ma , Ji Xia , Yongjia Hu
VIEWS - 39 (Abstract)

Pages: 35-42
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Original Research Article

Jeffrey Leon-Pulido , William Steve Fajardo-Moreno , Mary Judith Arias-Tapia , Angel Dario Gonzalez-Delgado , Viktor Oswaldo Cárdenas-Concha , José Roberto Nunhez
VIEWS - 62 (Abstract)

Pages: 29-34
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Original Research Article

Henry Alberto Salinas-Freire , Osney Pérez-Ones , Susana Rodríguez-Muñoz
VIEWS - 38 (Abstract)

Pages: 43-53
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Original Research Article

Jinzhou Yan , Kunhai Wang , Lin Xing , Xin Guan
VIEWS - 38 (Abstract)

Pages: 54-59
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Original Research Article

Armando Jesus Cetina Quiñones , Ali Bassam , Gandhi Samuel Hernandez Chan , Jose Agustin Hernandez Benitez , Ignacio Hernández Reyes , David Lugo Chávez
VIEWS - 28 (Abstract)

Pages: 60-69
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Case Report

Hailiang Yang , Cheng Yang , Guangping Xie , Hua Li , Xiaoqian Ma
VIEWS - 229 (Abstract)

Pages: 9-19
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Research News: What is the zeroth law of thermodynamics?

By Jim Lucas Contributions from Ashley Hamer published February 02, 2022

Figure1:The zeroth law of thermodynamics (Image credit: Tim Sharp) 


Posted: 2022-03-01 More...

Thermal dynamics and electronic temperature waves in layered correlated materials

Figure 1. Setup.Cartoon of the layered correlated material impulsively excited on the top surface by ultrafast light pulses. We assume that the excitation drives a fast thermalization of the electronic population establishing an electronic temperature Thot on the topmost layers of the sample.

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