Mechanical Engineering

A section of Applied Sciences (ISSN 2076-3417).

Section Information

The Mechanical Engineering Section is open to receive high-quality papers reporting state-of-the-art technology in the fields of solid mechanics, machine design, advanced manufacturing processes as well as other basic phenomena in this field. The section welcomes rudimentary and challenging studies concerning the basic and advanced design of components and structures subjected to in-service loading conditions. Fluid dynamics and thermodynamics are included in this section. Download Section Flyer

Subject Area

  • Strength of materials and solid mechanics
    • Linear elastic solutions
    • Elasto-plastic solutions
    • Stress distribution in real components
    • Advance finite element modelling
  • Materials engineering design
    • Design of composites
    • Design of light alloys
    • Design of traditional materials
    • Design of cast iron
  • Thermodynamics
    • Heat transfer
    • Energy conversion
    • Internal combustion engines
  • Fluid mechanics
    • Fluid statics
    • Fluid dynamics
    • Applications for hydropower transmission
  • Mechanisms and machine design
    • Design against fracture
    • Design against fatigue
    • Engineering design and product design
    • Computer-aided design (CAD)
    • Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM)
  • Instrumentation and measurement
    • Stress and strain measurement
    • Thermodynamic measurement
    • Vibration measurement
    • Fluid mechanics measurement
  • Manufacturing engineering, technology, or processes
    • Welding
    • Bolted connections
    • Bonded connections
    • Advanced bonding processes
    • Advanced manufacturing processes
  • Vibration, control theory and control engineering
    • Vibration in real components
    • Design against vibration
    • Control systems
  • Mechatronics and Automation
    • Robotics
    • Servo-mechanics
    • Sensing and control systems
    • Computer-machine controls
    • Sensor design
    • Industrial automation

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Special Issues

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