International Journal of Refrigeration

IJR
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International Journal of Refrigeration: IJR

 

2.779 Impact Factor in 2016 | 12 issues per year

 ranked 22nd out of 130 mechanical engineering journals | ranked 12th out of 58 thermodynamics journals 

 

 

The International Journal of Refrigeration (IJR) is essential reading for all those wanting to keep abreast of:

 

  • research and industrial news in refrigeration,
  • air-conditioning,
  • and associated fields.

 

This is particularly important in these times of rapid introduction of alternative refrigerants and the emergence of new technology. 

 

Access the complete archives of the IJR 

As of January 2017, IIR membership will include access to the complete archives of the IJR online.

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Content

As well as key research papers written by top specialists, the IJR also publishes:

 

  • review articles,
  • papers presented at IIR conferences and congresses,
  • short reports and letters describing preliminary results and experimental details,
  • and letters to the Editor on recent areas of discussions and controversy.

 

Other features include:

 

  • upcoming refrigeration events,
  • conference reports,
  • and book reviews.

 

 

The Editor-in-Chief, Professor Felix Ziegler (Germany), the Regional Editors, the International Advisory Board and high-profile reviewers ensure that this journal comprises high-quality articles and maintains an excellent citation index in the fields of thermodynamics and mechanical engineering.

 

 

Special issues

The journal has published special issues on alternative refrigerants and novel topics including condensation, heat pumps, carbon dioxide, ammonia, hydrocarbons, magnetic refrigeration at room temperature, sorptive cooling, phase change materials and slurries, ejector technology, compressors and solar cooling.

 

 

For additional information, including guidance for authors visit www.elsevier.com/locate/ijrefrig/

 

 

  

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