American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Aerospace Engineering

Description

The objective of this special issue is to present advances and emerging cross-disciplinary approaches in the field of structural mechanics, computational mechanics, optimization techniques, engineering structures, structural design, earthquake engineering, spatial structures, materials science and many more. We aim to provide a forum for researchers across disciplines as well as for practicing engineers in various fields within structural engineering as proposed below.

The editors would like to encourage studies that outline the general development of the main disciplines of engineering structures as we know them today. Articles discussing methodologies and reviews of the current state of knowledge and opportunities for future research are especially welcome. In particular, this issue intends to provide a forum for a productive exchange of ideas and interaction among diverse technical and scientific fields such as structural, civil, mechanical, aeronautical as well as applied mathematics, statistics and computer science. The Special Issue “New in Aerospace Vehicles” is aiming to focus on Increasing efficiency in aerospace systems; Predictive safety in advanced systems; Aircraft propulsions; Novel solutions into all phases of flight projects; New wing design that could exponentially increase aircraft efficiency; Guiding and balancing the ships; Materials technology, Nanomaterials, Polymers and Composites, Morphing Materials; Drone, Actuators, Autonomous ships; Robot Arms, Dynamics, and Control, Robotics, Space Dynamics; Radar systems, GPS (Global Positioning System), Onboard electronics; Wireless Communication, Wireless Computing, Wireless Sensor Networks; X-Ray Crystallography, Robotics Sensor, Infrared thermography, Non-Destructive Testing (NDT); Emerging power electronic topologies and applications for power systems and motor drive for aerospace vehicles.

This issue will publish high-quality reviews and research articles. There is no restriction on the length of the papers. Full experimental and methodological details, as applicable, must be provided, and the special issue will be supported by American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences (http://thescipub.com/journals/ajeas). All submissions must adhere to the AJEAS journal's format requirements.

AJEAS is an open-access peer-reviewed technical journal which publishes original research contributions and is an unparalleled resource for key advances in the field of engineering. Scope of the journal includes, but not limited to, applied physics and applied mathematics, automation and control, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer engineering, computer science, data engineering and software engineering, earth and environmental engineering, electrical engineering, industrial engineering and operations research, information technology, and informatics, materials science, measurement and metrology, mechanical engineering, medical physics, power engineering, signal processing, and telecommunications. Manuscripts regarding original research proposals and research ideas are highly appreciated. Manuscripts containing summaries and surveys on research cooperation and future projects (as those founded by national governments or others) are likewise appreciated, as they provide interesting information for a broad field of users.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  1. Increasing efficiency in aerospace systems;
  2. Predictive safety in advanced systems;
  3. Aircraft propulsions;
  4. Thermal engineering systems;
  5. Turbomachinery / fluid power;
  6. Improved classical propulsion;
  7. Propulsion with gas turbines;
  8. Turbo-electric distributed propulsion;
  9. Jet propulsion;
  10. Modern Methods for Aircraft Power and Propulsion;
  11. Capturing solar energy to power a passenger drone;
  12. Novel solutions into all phases of flight projects;
  13. Recent traction systems for aerospace vehicles;
  14. The novel test stand for single-engine electric aircraft;
  15. New wing design that could exponentially increase aircraft efficiency;
  16. Electromagnetic flow control to enable natural laminar flow wings;
  17. Improved accuracy for greater drag reduction and fuel;
  18. Guiding and balancing the ships;
  19. Control of aircraft; Control systems, Diagnostics;
  20. Intelligent Algorithm for Spacecraft Rendezvous;
  21. Trajectory Optimization with Hybrid Propulsion System;
  22. Digital Signal Processing, Optimal Control, Performance Analysis;
  23. Statistical Signal Processing, Stochastic Simulation;
  24. Maintenance Planning & Control, Maintainability, Systems Safety Engineering;
  25. Materials technology, Nanomaterials, Polymers, and Composites;
  26. Morphing Materials, Morphing Planes;
  27. Drone, Actuators, Autonomous ships;
  28. Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Networks & Protocols, Computer Systems;
  29. Computing Methodologies and Applications, Internet of Things, Network Modeling and Algorithms, Finite Element Methods;
  30. Robot Arms, Dynamics, and Control, Robotics, Space Dynamics;
  31. Radar systems, GPS (Global Positioning System), Onboard electronics;
  32. Wireless Communication, Wireless Computing, Wireless Sensor Networks;
  33. X-Ray Crystallography, Robotics Sensor;
  34. Infrared thermography, Non-Destructive Testing (NDT);
  35. Gases, Fluid Dynamics and Plasmas;
  36. Hall effect thrusters;
  37. Gridded electrostatic ion engine;
  38. High-energy synchrotron;
  39. Linear Van de Graaff accelerator;
  40. Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN;
  41. Novel renewable energy converter and inverter systems;
  42. Virtual synchronous generators;
  43. Particle accelerators;
  44. Synchrotron radiation;
  45. Synchrotron light;
  46. High-voltage DC transmission systems;
  47. Electrical machines, drives, systems, and applications;
  48. New topologies for high voltage inverters and converters;
  49. Power electronics in the smart grid;
  50. AC/DC converters and inverters;
  51. Control and optimization of power electronic circuit;
  52. Pilots training.

Guest Editors

NameAffiliation
Shuhui Li Professor, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA
Francisco M. Marquez Professor, University of Turabo, United States
Antonio Apicella Professor, The Second University of Naples, Italy
Lorenzo Fedele Professor, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Sapienza University of Rome
Chun-Yi Su Professor, Concordia University, Canada
Florian Ion Tiberiu Petrescu Associate Professor, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania
Aaron Kombai Knoll Professor, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Antonio Concilio Professor, Italian Aerospace Research Centre, Italy

Important Dates

Manuscript Submission DeadlineOctober 01, 2020
Review Completed byDecember 15, 2020
Possible Publication DateDecember 30, 2020