Mathematical Modelling of Engineering Problems
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Mathematical Modelling of Engineering Problems (MMEP) is a top-rated international quarterly reporting the latest mathematical models and computer methods for scientific and engineering problems. Considering the significance of mathematical modelling in engineering design, we are committed to circulating the new developments in engineering science, and solve engineering problems with the most advanced mathematical and computer tools. Therefore, we welcome original papers from scientists, engineers and technicians around the world, which focus on the design and application of mathematical models for engineering problems in mechanics, energy, civil, electrical, material, computer and industrial engineering, to name but a few. The papers should further our understanding of the said subjects, and make a significant original contribution to knowledge.
The MMEP is an open access journal. All contents are available for free, that is, users are entitled to read, download, duplicate, distribute, print, search or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without prior consent from the publisher or the author.
Focus and Scope
The MMEP welcomes original research papers, technical notes and review articles on various disciplines, including but not limited to:
- Mechanical engineering
- Energy Engineering
- Civil engineering
- Electrical engineering
- Material engineering
- Computer engineering
- Industrial engineering
- Electronics and Communication Engineering
- Aerospace engineering
- Geological Engineering
- Mining engineering
- Transportation engineering
- Biomedical Engineering
The MMEP is published quarterly in the last week of each March, June, September and December, with four regular issues (excluding special issues) and one volume per year.
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ISSN: 2369-0739 (print); 2369-0747 (online)