About Proceeding of Ocean, Mechanical and Aerospace -Science and Engineering-
The Proceeding of Ocean, Mechanical and Aerospace -science and engineering- (POMAse) with ISSN: 2443-1710 is an online professional proceeding which is published by the International Society of Ocean, Mechanical and Aerospace -scientists and engineers- (ISOMAse), Insya Allah, one volume in a year. The Proceeding has been accredited by Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia (Indonesian Institute of Sciences).
Indexed and Citations
The POMAse has already been indexed in: Google Scholar; International Society of Ocean, Mechanical and Aerospace -scientists and engineers-.
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- Total Citations : 211
- h-index : 7
- i10-index : 5
The mission of the POMAse is to foster free and extremely rapid scientific communication across the world wide community. The POMAse is an original and peer review article that advance the understanding of both science and engineering and its application to the solution of challenges and complex problems in naval architecture, offshore and subsea, machines and control system, aeronautics, satellite and aerospace.
The POMAse is particularly concerned with the demonstration of applied science and innovative engineering solutions to solve specific industrial problems. Original contributions providing insight into the use of computational fluid dynamic, heat transfer, thermodynamics, experimental and analytical, application of finite element, structural and impact mechanics, stress and strain localization and globalization, metal forming, behaviour and application of advanced materials in ocean and aerospace engineering, robotics and control, tribology, materials processing and corrosion generally from the core of the journal contents are encouraged.
Articles preferably should focus on the following aspects: new methods or theory or philosophy innovative practices, critical survey or analysis of a subject or topic, new or latest research findings and critical review or evaluation of new discoveries.