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The Korean Society of Automotive Engineers (KSAE) publishes the international journal for the dissemination of original research in all fields of AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY and ENGINEERING. The International Journal of Automotive Technology (IJAT) from KSAE is open to all researchers in the world for contribution, review, and publication. The contribution to this journal will exchange ideas among researchers in different parts of the world and also among researchers who emphasize different aspects of the foundations and applications of the field. The IJAT invites invaluable research results in the areas of automotive engineering related to the following topics:

- Engine/Emission Technology - Heat Transfer, Fluid and Thermal Engineering
- Automobile Chassis & Vehicle Dynamic - Automobile Body and Safety
- Materials and Recycling, Manufacturing - Fuels and Lubricants
- Automobile Electronics - Intelligent Vehicle / Transportation Systems
- Alternative Energy & Vehicle - Fuel Cell, Hybrid and Electrical Vehicle
- Other Fields of Automotive Engineering


Journal Title:International Journal of Automotive Technology
Journal Abbreviation:Int J Automot Technol
Publication Date:Vol. 1, no. 1 (2000) -
Publisher:The Korean Society of Automotive Engineers
DOI Prefix:10.1007/s12239
SC (SCI):Automotive Engineering
Electronic Links:www.ijat.net
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