ASPS Conference Proceedings
ASPS Conference Proceedings (ISSN 2830-909X) is the official record of ASPS and/or Partner conference meetings. It is a collection of papers, available via asps-journals.com and doi.org, which corresponds to the technical presentations given at the concerned conference.
Journal of Renewable Energy and Technology
Journal of Renewable Energy and Technology (ISSN 2716-8123) is a peer-reviewed biannual journal publishes in both electronic and print versions in the field of renewable energy systems and related topics and technologies.The PRSE provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. The objective of this journal is to communicate recent and projected advances related to Renewable Energies & technology dealing with many disciplines such as Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and other related fields. The journal welcomes research and review papers in English that provide information not previously published in journals and dealing with various topics and technologies of renewable energy systems. The JRET also publishes special issues containing the best papers selected from various conferences relating to the above scope.
Energy and Thermofluids Engineering
The Energy and Thermofluids Engineering (ISSN 2716-8026) is a peer-reviewed bi-annual journal has been established to create knowledge on the relevant field. The objective of the journal is to disseminate the recent progress and projected advances on all energy related knowledge to the scientific community. The journal focuses three main areas: renewable energy, conventional energy, and thermofluids engineering. Therefore, the journal scope is overlapped with broad discipline of Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Material Science/Engineering, Architectural Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Engineering. Furthermore, the journal considers environment, policy, economics and management issues related to energy.
Journal of Geomechanics and Geoengineering
The Journal of Geomechanics and Geoengineering (ISSN 2716-7992) is concerned by communicating recent and projected advances in the application of the principle of mechanics to earth-materials and covers many engineering disciplines such as foundation engineering, slope engineering, tunneling, rock engineering, engineering geology, geotechnical earthquake engineering and geo-environmental engineering.
Progress in Civil and Structural Engineering
The Progress in Civil and Structural Engineering (ISSN 2716-800X) is a peer-reviewed bi-annual journal concerned by publishing recent theoretical, computational and experimental developments in civil and structural engineeringand their application to all types of structures. The PCSE aims to be an intersection of Civil engineering and other disciplines such Earthquake engineering, Vibration Engineering, Health Monitoring and Artificial Intelligence.
Journal of Composite and Advance Materials
The Journal of Composites and Advance Materials (ISSN 2716-8018) is a peer-reviewed bi-annual journal dedicated to publish, assign and administrate high quality team of researchers, scientists and engineers. The objective of this journal is to publish recent works in the field of polymers, natural fibres, synthetic fibres, Natural/Synthetic fibres based composites, advance materials and its application for various filed such as Polymer science and Technology, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical engineering and Material Science/Engineering.
Progress in Construction Materials
The Progress in Construction Materials (ISSN 2716-8050) is designed to reflect current developments and advances being made in the general field of construction materials technology, production, use, and performance. The PCM journal aims to provide a forum targeted for engineers and scientists around the world to present and discuss various topics covering a wide range of construction materials. The journal publishes full research papers, review papers and short communications.