High Temperatures-High Pressures

 

High Temperatures – High Pressures (HTHP) is an international journal publishing original peer-reviewed papers devoted to experimental and theoretical studies on thermophysical properties of matter, as well as experimental and modelling solutions for applications where control of thermophysical properties is critical, e.g. additive manufacturing. These studies deal with thermodynamic, thermal, and mechanical behaviour of materials, including transport and radiative properties. The journal provides a platform for disseminating knowledge of thermophysical properties, their measurement, their applications, equipment and techniques. HTHP covers the thermophysical properties of gases, liquids, and solids at all temperatures and under all physical conditions, with special emphasis on matter and applications under extreme conditions, e.g. high temperatures and high pressures. Additionally, HTHP publishes authoritative reviews of advances in thermophysics research, critical compilations of existing data, new technology, and industrial applications, plus book reviews.

The journal is listed in JCR and SCOPUS. Current (2019) normalized impact factor (SNIP) is 0.44.


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Announcements

 

new secure login

 

As part of our efforts to improve quality and safety of our services, we have replaced the http-based URL of our website by the new https (hypertext transfer protocol secure) protocol. The new login address

https://journals.sfu.ca/hthp/index.php/hthp/login

is already operational.

 
Posted: 2020-04-30
 

22nd ECTP postponed

 

Due to the Covid-19 crisis, the organisers of the 22nd European Conference on Thermophysical Properties, originally scheduled for September 2020 and to be held in Venice, Italy, have decided to postpone this event to 2023.

The 2020 Lifetime Award and the 2020 ECTP-Netzsch Young Scientist Award will be assigned and delivered in a dedicated event.

 
Posted: 2020-04-28 More...
 
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