Supporting Publications

Computers & Fluids

The International Journal of Railway Technology (IJRT) is an international journal dedicated to research, development and application in the scope of railway systems. The goal of the journal is to provide an international platform for researchers and experts to promote, disseminate and discuss the recent developments and advances in the field of railway technology. Furthermore, this publication aims to encourage the interaction and collaboration between universities, research centers, railway operators and industry in order to identify problems, propose solutions and indicate directions of future research.


Journal of Rail Transport Planning & Management

Journal of Rail Transport Planning & Management aims to stimulate the quality of service for railway passengers and freight customers by improving the knowledge on effectiveness and efficiency of capacity management, timetabling, management and safety of railway operations. It covers the whole range of light rail, metro, heavy and high-speed railway systems.


Advances in Engineering Software

The objective of Advances in Engineering Software is to communicate recent and projected advances in computer-based engineering techniques. The fields covered include mechanical, aerospace, civil and environmental engineering, with an emphasis on research and development leading to practical problem-solving.

The journal publishes research papers, survey papers on key application areas, short communications and technical notes, discussions, software reviews and book reviews.


Computers & Structures

Computers & Structures publishes advances in the development and use of computational methods for the solution of problems in engineering and the sciences. The range of appropriate contributions is wide, and includes papers on establishing appropriate mathematical models and their numerical solution in all areas of mechanics. The journal also includes articles that present a substantial review of a field in the topics of the journal.

With the modern use of computers and numerical methods to model and solve problems, the traditional boundaries between the fields of solid/structural mechanics and fluid mechanics hardly exist any longer, and multiphysics problems are solved that involve all aspects of mechanics. The word 'structures' must therefore now be interpreted in a broad sense including solids, fluids and multiphysics.


Computer Methods in Applied Engineering

Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering. The development of computer methods for the solution of scientific and engineering problems governed by the laws of mechanics was one of the great scientific and engineering achievements of the second half of the 20th century, with a profound impact on science and technology. This is accomplished through advanced mathematical modeling and numerical solutions reflecting a combination of concepts, methods and principles that are often interdisciplinary in nature and span several areas of mechanics, mathematics, computer science and other scientific disciplines as well.


Computers & Fluids

Computers & Fluids is multidisciplinary. The term 'fluid' is interpreted in the broadest sense. Hydro- and aerodynamics, high-speed and physical gas dynamics, turbulence and flow stability, multiphase flow, rheology, tribology and fluid-structure interaction are all of interest, provided that computer technique plays a significant role in the associated studies or design methodology.

Applications will be found in most branches of engineering and science: mechanical, civil, chemical, aeronautical, medical, geophysical, nuclear and oceanographic. These will involve problems of air, sea and land vehicle motion and flow physics, energy conversion and power, chemical reactors and transport processes, ocean and atmospheric effects and pollution, biomedicine, noise and acoustics, and magnetohydrodynamics amongst others.


Organised by
 
  • Elsevier
  • CCP
Exhibitor
 
  • ACCISA
  • AIT Austrian Institute of Technology
Media Partner
 
  • Global Railway Review
  • VIA LIBRE