Journal of Technical Physics

Aims and scope

Journal of Technical Physics (formerly Proceedings of Vibration Problems) is a refereed international journal founded in 1959.

The journal is devoted mainly to the application of the phenomenological and continuum physics idea in:

  • mechanics,
  • thermodynamics,
  • electrodynamics,
  • coupled mechanical, electromagnetic and thermal fields,
  • plasmaphysics,
  • superconductivity,
and many other areas.

Papers published in the Journal of Technical Physics are original contributions of the authors, or survey articles dealing with theoretical or experimental aspects of physical problems listed above.

Occasionally, special issues of the journal may be devoted to publication of all, or selected papers presented at international conferences or other scientific meetings. However, all papers intended for such an issue are subjected to the usual reviewing and acceptance procedure.

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