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2022 Editor’s Choice Collection

Mechanical Engineering at Taylor & Francis

As global leaders in Mechanical Engineering publishing, Taylor & Francis is proud to support research that is designed to address many of the greatest needs affecting our global society.

Covering publishing Mechanical Engineering high Impact Factor journals, our portfolio is full of evidence based and cutting-edge research to help practitioners and academics accomplish legitimate, objective conclusions and further their own research and knowledge bases.

By publishing Open Access, you can contribute to the open scholarship and accessibility of research worldwide– and help to act as a useful resource to fellow academics who may want to build upon your work.

Maximize the impact of your mechanical engineering research through rapid publication, increased visibility, and discoverability. Our journals have strong editorial boards of prominent and respected academics from diverse regional and institutional backgrounds ready to support your work. 

Explore our 2022 Editor’s Choice Mechanical Engineering free to access articles. Get a glimpse into why our journals have a longstanding reputation for publishing high-quality research. 

Chlorella algae powder with wooden scoop isolated on white background.

A new approach to investigate the hydration process and the effect of algae powder on the strength properties of cement paste.

Google Home Hub Smart Speaker Displaying the Weather

AI-powered virtual assistants nudging occupants for energy saving: proactive smart speakers for HVAC control

Reportage of the Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG production of printing machines worker during final control of a test print

Our journals focus on research on applications to solve nanotechnology, aerospace, thermoplastic, and manufacturing systems.

“Using fast-growing and invasive algae as a commercial additive in cement could potentially be a significant breakthrough for the manufacturing of sustainable cementitious materials and lowering of carbon footprint in buildings and infrastructure.”

Dr. Steven Goh, Editor-in-Chief of Australian Journal of Mechanical Engineering
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