Subject areas

 

General Subjects of Power Engineering

 

 

Steam-Turbine, Gas-Turbine, and Combined-Cycle Plants and Their Auxiliary Equipment

Heat and Mass Transfer and Properties of Working Fluids and Materials

Energy Conservation, New, and Renewable Energy Sources

 

Steam Boilers, Power-Plant Fuel, Burner Devices, and Auxiliary Equipment of Boilers

 

Nuclear Power Stations

 

Metals and Strength Analysis

 

Water Treatment and Water Chemistry

 

Automation and Heat Control in Power Engineering

 

District Heating Cogeneration and Heat Networks

 

Environmental Protection

 

Electrical Part of Thermal and Nuclear Power Plants

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




About


The creation of the journal Teploenergetika was initiated by Academician Vladimir A. Kirillin. The first issue of the journal was published in January of 1954, and in 1974, the publication of its full English version was launched as Thermal Engineering.

The founders of the journal are
the Russian Academy of Sciences and
the Technical Society of Power and Electrical Engineers.

Russian version of the journal is published and translated into English by the International Academic Publishing Company MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica (www.maik.ru) and the publisher of the English version is Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

The purpose of the journal is to inform its readers about the current state of thermal science and engineering applications in Russia and countries near and far abroad, about experience in operating thermal plants and the state of research and development work in the CIS, about possible solutions of major scientific and technological problems in the field of thermal engineering. The journal aims at an audience of engineering staff of power plants and power engineering industry, construction, assembly installation, and design organizations, researchers, educators, and undergraduate students in the field of relevant specializations.

The journal is included in bibliographic abstract and citation databases Scopus and RISC.

Among the best Russian journals, Thermal Engineering has been selected for participation in a joint project of RISC AND THOMAS REUTERS aimed at promoting journals to the citation index WEB OF SCIENCE.

The journal is included in the list of periodical publications recommended by the Higher Attestation Commission for publication of main results of master's and doctoral theses.
The Journal has won the competition for the state support of programs for the development of Russian scientific journals.

The journal is availble online by subscription here



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The journal is published monthly in Russian and English languages (as Thermal Engineering).

Russian version of the journal is published and translated into English by the International Academic Publishing Company MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica.

 

The Russian version of the journal "Teploenergetika" ISSN 0040-3636

 

The English version of the journal Thermal Engineering

ISSN PRINT: 0040-6015;

ISSN ONLINE: 1555-6301

 

Chief Editor: Alexander Klimenko

 

CiteScore 2016 – 0.4

SJR 2016 – 0.328

H-index Scopus 2016 – 12

SNIP 2016 – 0.913

 

CiteScore 2015 – 0.21

SJR 2015 – 0.249

SNIP 2015 – 0.826

H-index Scopus 2015 – 11

 

 

RISC Imact factor 2016– 1.392

Hirsch index 2016 – 11

Herfindahl index 2016 – 595

Science Index 2016 – 1.635

 

RISC Imact factor 2015 – 1.081

Hirsch index 2015 – 10

Herfindahl index 2015 – 580

Science Index 2015 – 1.362 

 

Thermal Engineering is abstracted and/or indexed in:

Astrophysics Data Systems (ADS), SCOPUS, EI-compendex, INSPEC, CEABA-VtB, Google Scholar, PASCAL, Academic OneFile, Summon by Serial Solutions, Gale, OCLC, INIS Atomindex, SCImago

 

The journal Thermal Engineering has been recognized as one of the best eight Russian journals in RISC specialized in power engineering published on the Web of Science platform as a database of the Russian Science Citation Index.



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