Volume 4 - Number 2
Disseminating Today's Research Using The Latest Web
With rapid developments
in computer technology i.e. software and hardware development, both academia
and industry need to be well informed of CURRENT
developments in the important research area of ENGINEERING
SIMULATION. Computer technology is becoming all important
for engineering companies to be successful and of world class. Therefore,
the International Journal of Engineering Simulation (IJES) concentrates
on engineering software/hardware developments. The journal is web based
enabling the publication of current research with supporting graphics and
animation attachments. The journal invites submissions of papers, which
will be refereed by experts in the relevant field, with reference to the
originality and quality of the research and practical experiences demonstrated.
Papers are invited in areas related to the following topics:
- Computer software/hardware simulation tools and development.
- Virtual Reality and Virtual Prototyping
- Numerical analysis including;
Boundary Element, and
Papers must demonstrate (in a special section) how the software/hardware
can, or has been used in industry to provide improvements, and hence MUST
be industrially relevant.
- Fuzzy Logic.
- Neural Networks.
- Fractals and Chaos theory.
- Knowledge Based Systems.
- Design Optimisation Techniques.
- Materials Processing Simulations.
- Reverse Engineering.
- Rapid Prototyping.
- New sensors and Communication Networks.
Submission of Papers
Authors are invited to submit papers, by email only to the journal's
Chief Editors: Professor F. R. Hall & Professor M. Mihsein at
For details of paper format, please consult the Submissions guide.
There are NO deadlines for submission of manuscripts.
Each submitted manuscript will be reviewed within six weeks from the date
of submission, and successful manuscripts will be published in the next
scheduled journal's publication edition. The journal is published
For further information contact Dr. Ilias A. Oraifige (Journal Co-ordinator):
© Copyright 2000-2003 Professor F.R. Hall & Dr I. Oraifige, University of Wolverhampton.