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System design covers energy use both in buildings, including passive thermal design techniques, and in the process industries. For the latter, the design problems associated with the integration of components into overall plant are also covered.
It complements the Journal of Heat Transfer, which focuses on fundamental research. Contributions must have applied thermal engineering relevancy to an industry, an industrial process, or a device.
Components and equipment such as heat exchangers, heat pumps and refrigeration plants, applied thermal engineering pipes, combined heat and power and applied thermal engineering alternative cycles, polygeneration, combustion processes applied in thermal systems, heat transfer enhancement as applied to the above, and other unit operations involving thermal engineering processes.
Renewable and clean energy technologies such as solar thermal power plants, the integration of renewable energy with conventional processes, thermal management of fuel cells and batteries, and other alternative solutions for improving resource efficiency and reducing emissions.
Component through to system design covering energy use in both the process and power industries, and in buildings, including passive thermal design techniques.