Aims and Scope


The aim of the Iranian Society of Mechanical Engineers (ISME) is to publish the “Iranian Journal of Mechanical Engineering Transactions of ISME” as a symbol of the unceasing and unrelenting efforts of its employees, to realize its goals and ideals, which is to expand and improve engineering sciences and techniques in the Islamic society of Iran in order to respond to The most essential economic and industrial needs of the country are the promotion of science and human knowledge. Therefore, the “Iranian Journal of Mechanical Engineering Transactions of ISME” is published with the aim of presenting the latest scientific and research achievements in the field of mechanical engineering. This Journal publishes the research results of professors, students, researchers and industrial researchers in all branches of mechanical engineering that lead to providing innovation and expanding the boundaries of knowledge in this field. Considering the existing weakness of the country's industry in the field of technology production and the tendency of industrial universities to produce scientific products instead of technology production, it is necessary for the editorial boards of research journals to directly lead to the production of technology or to help meet the country's industrial needs.



The articles in this journal are published in four main branches of mechanical engineering: Solid Mechanics, Dynamics and Control and Vibration Systems, Fluid Mechanics, and Heat Transfer. Topics such as mechatronics, biomechanics, environment, materials, aerospace and automotive engineering, and transportation systems, which are either subsets of mechanical engineering or interdisciplinary topics related to mechanical engineering, are also accepted topics in the journal of Iranian Society of Mechanical Engineering and might be submitted to the journal.

  • Bio, Micro and Nano Mechanics
  • Design and Reliability of Mechanical Systems
  • Dynamics, Vibration and Control
  • Energy and Environment
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Manufacturing and Production
  • Mechanical Engineering Education and Globalization
  • Solid Mechanics
  • Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
  • Vehicles and Transportations