Engineering Science & Technology

ISSN: 2717-5235 (Print) 2717-5243 (Online) Description

With the main research interests being engineering science and engineering technology, Engineering Science & Technology aims to disseminate latest scientific theories, research results and innovative methods among scientists and engineers from engineering disciplines.

The journal covers a broad spectrum of engineering sciences and technologies: Engineering physics, Mechanical engineering, Computational engineering, Engineering psychology, Engineering management, Engineering bionics, Informatics and bioinformatics, Electrical engineering, Civil engineering, Agricultural engineering, Medical engineering, Chemical and metallurgical, Energy and mining, Aerospace, Electronics, Photonics engineering, Communication engineering, Resource-saving technologies, Mechatronics, Operational Engineering.

The Journal EST welcomes authors to submit your research articles, reviews, case studies, letters and conference reviews to the Journal for publication.

Latest Articles

Open Access Article

Evaluation of Geotechnical Properties of Black Cotton Soil Reinforced with Sisal Fibre for Waste Containment Application

by Paul Yohanna, Pollum Johnson, Bongko Ponpyal Victor, Abdulrahman Badamasi, Fwanshak Gaius Mije, Terseer Ako, Aniekpeno Bassey Bassey

ABSTRACT: Compacted Black Cotton Soils (BCS) used in geotechnical constructions such as dams and clayey liners in waste containment facilities can suffer from cracking due to swelling and shrinking during...

Open Access Article

Effects of Flow Parameters on the Characteristics of Biogas Flames in a Crossflow Air Stream

by A. Harish, V. Raghavan

ABSTRACT: This study presents the flame characteristics of laminar cross-flow non-premixed biogas-air flames established in a boundary layer using ANSYS Fluent. The validated numerical model is...

Open Access Article

Combustion Characteristics and Flame Stability of a Methane-Air Mixture in Micro-Structured Systems

by Junjie Chen

ABSTRACT: Cavities are effective in improving the ability of a flame in micro-structured systems, but the mechanism for increased flame stability remains unclear. Numerical simulations are performed to...