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ISSN: 2455-7749 . Open Access



Reliability Management and Resilience Optimization with IoT Technologies

Special Issue

Guest Editors

Prof. Hongyan Dui
School of Management,
Zhengzhou University, Zhengzhou, Henan, China.
Email id: duihongyan@zzu.edu.cn

Dr. Chao Zhang
School of Automation Science and Electrical Engineering,
Beihang University, Beijing, China.
Email id: cz@buaa.edu.cn

Dr. Yan Zan
School of data science,
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
Email id: zyan1982@126.com

Introduction and Aim & Scope

The reliability management and resilience optimization, primarily including complex systems, mechanical systems, infrastructure systems, etc., has been one of the most important concerns of society. Recently, the issue of resilience has attracted increasing attention from academia and industry, given that disruptive events are more frequent than ever before on a global scale. Resilience quantifies the ability of a system to react, absorb, adapt, and recover from disruptive events. In addition, with the accelerated pace of digital transformation and intelligent upgrading of the economy and society, the Internet of Things (IoT) has become an important part of the new systems. Sensor technologies, transmission technologies, and information fusion technologies have been implemented. The application of these IoT technologies has provided new ideas for reliability management and resilience optimization.

This special issue aims to collect articles that have theoretical studies and applications on resilience management and reliability optimization. The scope of this special issues covers following research areas, but not limited to:

  • complex systems
  • mechanical systems
  • infrastructure systems
  • smart cities
  • transportation system
  • power system
  • cloud computing reliability
  • statistics forecasting
  • digital twin
  • data-driven technologies
  • IoT technologies
Important Dates
   Manuscript submission opening: June 1, 2023
   Last date of submitting the manuscript: December 31, 2023

Manuscript Submission Information

Articles have to be prepared carefully according to the guide For Authors at the journal website https://ijmems.in/forauthors.php, and to be submitted through online IJMEMS Submission System at https://submission.ijmems.in . On the first page of the manuscript, before the title of the article, kindly write as “Article for the Special Issue on Reliability Management and Resilience Optimization with IoT Technologies”.

Authors should note that all articles submitted should be original and should not have been submitted anywhere else for consideration for publication. All articles will be reviewed in double blind review process as per the journal policy. More information can be found at the journal website at https://ijmems.in Or https://ijmems.in/ethicalissues.php




Recent Advances in Hydrodynamic Instabilities

Special Issue


Guest Editors

Dr. Satyvir Singh
RWTH Aachen University, Germany.
Email id: singh@acom.rwth-aachen.de

Dr. Yu Liang
New York University Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Email id: yu.liang@nyu.edu

Dr. Mukesh Kumar Awasthi
Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University Lucknow, India.
Email id: mukeshiitr.kumar@gmail.com

Introduction and Aim & Scope

Hydrodynamic instabilities are of great interest in many fields of industrial and scientific domains, with applications in astrophysics, inertial confinement fusion, supersonic combustion, combustion, lithotripsy, fragmentation of cancer cells, cooling of lightening channels and many more. The research of hydrodynamic instabilities establishes whether a flow is stable or unstable, and if so, how these instabilities produce turbulent mixing. There are various hydrodynamic instability types in fluid mechanics, such as Rayleigh-Taylor instability (RTI), Richtmyer-Meshkov instability (RMI), and Kelvin-Helmholtz instability (KHI). For instance, the RMI is a shock-accelerated hydrodynamic instability that occurs in combination with the KHI when an initially perturbed surface separating by distinct fluid properties is driven by an incident shock wave. This type of instability can be considered as the impulsive limit of RTI, where primary perturbations expand across the surface and ultimately emerge into a turbulent fluid mixing as the uniform gravitational acceleration increases. This Special Issue focuses on the most recent developments in theoretical, computational, and experimental contributions to all aspects of hydrodynamic instabilities.

Topics covered include, but are not limited to:

  • Hydrodynamic instability
  • Numerical methods
  • Turbulent flows
  • Shock waves
  • Multi-component flows
  • Magnetohydrodynamics flows
  • Combustion and flame
Important Dates
   Manuscript submission opening: April 1, 2023
   Last date of submitting the manuscript: September 30, 2023

Manuscript Submission Information

Articles have to be prepared carefully according to the guide For Authors at the journal website https://ijmems.in/forauthors.php, and to be submitted through online IJMEMS Submission System at https://submission.ijmems.in . On the first page of the manuscript, before the title of the article, kindly write as “Recent Advances in Hydrodynamic Instabilities”.

Authors should note that all articles submitted should be original and should not have been submitted anywhere else for consideration for publication. All articles will be reviewed in double blind review process as per the journal policy. More information can be found at the journal website at https://ijmems.in Or https://ijmems.in/ethicalissues.php



Smart Technologies for Enhanced System Performance

Special Issue

Guest Editors

Dr. Gunjan Soni
Department of Mechanical Engineering,
Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur, India.
Email id: gsoni.mech@mnit.ac.in

Dr. Arvind Keprate
Department of Mechanical, Electronics and Chemical Engineering,
OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway.
Email id: arvind.keprate@oslomet.no

Dr. Sameer Mittal
Unit of Information and Knowledge Management, Faculty of Management and Business,
Tampere University, Tampere, Finland.
Email id: sameer.mittal@tuni.fi

Dr. Gaurav Kumar Badhotiya
Faculty of Management Studies,
Marwadi University, Rajkot, Gujarat, India.
Email id: gkb.choudhary@gmail.com

Introduction and Aim & Scope

We are currently living in a digital age where devices can store data, exchange information, and control other devices. Since technological advancements have made it possible to gather and use data more effectively, improving process management and enabling better overall decision-making, digital is unquestionably the new norm for the majority of business functions. For data analysis and decision making, artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques have been implemented. These technologies are also used to diagnose and solve problems in industries such as manufacturing, agriculture, and medicine. Digital technologies have advanced rapidly and have the potential to improve system performance.

This special issue aims to understand the role of digital technologies in sustainable systems. It will also try to find the opportunities and challenges faced from these innovative technologies and discuss the methods and implementation procedures.

The scope of this special issues covers following research areas, but not limited to:

  • Machine learning for improving system performance
  • Artificial intelligence to enhance system capabilities
  • Metaverse for systems
  • Blockchain technologies for securing systems
  • Industry 4.0 technologies for smart systems
  • Predictive analytics for estimating system parameters
  • Smart technologies for sustainable systems
Important Dates
   Manuscript submission opening: March 1, 2023
   Last date of submitting the manuscript: August 31, 2023

Manuscript Submission Information

Articles have to be prepared carefully according to the guide For Authors at the journal website https://ijmems.in/forauthors.php, and to be submitted through online IJMEMS Submission System at https://submission.ijmems.in . On the first page of the manuscript, before the title of the article, kindly write as “Article for the Special Issue on Smart Technologies for Enhanced System Performance”.

Authors should note that all articles submitted should be original and should not have been submitted anywhere else for consideration for publication. All articles will be reviewed in double blind review process as per the journal policy. More information can be found at the journal website at https://ijmems.in Or https://ijmems.in/ethicalissues.php


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