Australian University Rankings Guide

Energy Sources Part A: Recovery Utilization and Environmental Effects (ERA Journal)

Energy Sources Part A: Recovery Utilization and Environmental Effects is an ERA accredited research journal used as part of the evaluation of the ERA research rankings.

Energy Sources Part A: Recovery Utilization and Environmental Effects issns are issn1: 0090-8312 issn2: 1556-7036 issn3: 1556-7230.

The fields covered by Energy Sources Part A: Recovery Utilization and Environmental Effects as part of the evaluation of Australian university research excellence are:

Electrical and Electronic Engineering Research Rankings (Sub-Field)

Mechanical Engineering Research Rankings (Sub-Field)

Resources Engineering and Extractive Metallurgy Research Rankings (Sub-Field)

Other ERA-accredited journals supporting the evaluation of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering field include:

- Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Journal
- Energy Reports
- IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine
- IEEE Pervasive Computing
- IEEE Photonics Technology Letters
- IEEE Sensors Journal
- IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques
- IET Information Security
- IET Optoelectronics
- International Journal of Antennas and Propagation
- Journal of Micro/Nanolithography MEMS and MOEMS
- Molecular and Cellular Biomechanics
- Optica
- Optics Letters
- Optimal Control Applications and Methods


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