Industrial Combustion is the online journal of the IFRF and is dedicated to publishing the best research on the practical and theoretical aspects of combustion science in industrial applications. Rigorous peer review, combined with an exclusively on-line format which dispenses with programmed editions and volumes, means that high quality material is made available to the scientific community within days of its completion. Articles published in Industrial Combustion advance understanding of the scientific principles behind stationary combustion technologies. In accordance with the IFRF’s objectives, particular emphasis is given to scientific content which can ultimately lead to clean and efficient fuel conversion.
The IFRF has been in existence as a centre of excellence for combustion research since 1948, and has a well-established reputation for industry orientated combustion science. As such, Industrial Combustion is the place to read and to publish scientific articles for large scale industrial heating processes.
From the Editorial Office in Ottawa, Canada, Editor-in-Chief Peter Gogolek invites you to propose a paper covering your recent R&D work in industrial combustion.