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Acceptance Rate: 28%

No. of Citations (WOS): 27

No. of Citations (Scopus): 56

No. of Citations (Google Scholar): 151

No. of Volumes: 7

No. of Issues: 14

No. of Articles: 116

No. of Contributors: 263

Contributing Countries: 9

Article View: 185,327

PDF Download: 94,460

Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer Research is an international journal (print and online) published bi-annually by Semnan University Press which was founded in 2013. It reports the latest and most creative research results in the fields of heat and mass transfer including conduction, convection, and radiation, phase change phenomena, heat exchanger design and testing, nuclear reactors, geothermal heat recovery, alternative energy systems, Emerging technologies such as Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS), Micro-channels, Fuel cell, Bio- and Nano-technology, Transport in Porous Media, Ice formation, and Melting, Reactor design, Microreactors, Multiphase reactors, Multiscale modeling, Transport phenomena related to multiphase reactors; Gas-solid reactions, Heat transfer in machinery and welding operations.

The Journal welcomes contributions that promote the exchange of ideas and rational discourse between practicing educators and Mechanical or Chemical engineering researchers all over the world. A broad outline of the journal’s scope includes peer-reviewed original research articles, technical reports, review papers, short communications, and notes to the editor. Thus high-quality research papers or reviews dealing with any aspect of heat and mass transfer are welcomed. Papers may be theoretical, numerical, or experimental. The journal is published in English. Accepted papers will immediately appear online followed by printed in hard copy.

The 2016 Impact Factors have been announced by English Journal Citation Reports (EJCR) of ISC and we are delighted that the Journal Of Heat and Mass Transfer Research has received an Impact Factor for the First time.

Current Issue: Volume 7, Issue 2, Summer and Autumn 2020 

3. Time Dependent Heat Source Estimation by Conjugate Gradient Method in Multi-Layers System for Hyperthermia of Breast cancer

Pages 117-129


Mohammad Mohammadiun; Mansoureh Shariatmadar tehrani; Mohammad Mohsen Shahmardan; Mohammad Hasan Kayhani

8. Modeling the Transient Absorption of Particulate Drugs in the Human Upper Airways

Pages 177-191


Reza Tabe; Roohollah Rafee; Mohammad Sadegh Valipour; Goodarz Ahmadi

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