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Peer Review Process

  • Each manuscript is assigned an individual number that is used in all correspondence regarding the publication process.
  • Each submission is initially screened by Editor-in-Chief for its novelty and correspondence to the journal scope. Manuscripts that don’t suit the journal scope or lacking in originality may be declined by Editor-in-Chief and returned to the authors without review.
  • The journal uses a closed single-blinded peer review system.
    Editor-in-Chief appoints a minimum of 2 Reviewers from institutions other than the authors affiliation and handles the review process. Authors are requested to suggest potential Reviewers of their manuscript. However, final selection of Reviewers is made exclusively by Editor-in-Chief.
  • The review has a written form. The evaluation sheet is placed on the journal website … www.imp.gda.pl/transactions-of-iffm/
  • The Reviewer submits the evaluation sheet to the Editorial Office with a statement proposing either paper rejection or paper acceptance with one of the following options:
    • in the form as submitted,
    • after editorial corrections,
    • after essential improvements agreed with the reviewer,
    • if thoroughly rewritten and reviewed again,
    • if supplemented with additional investigations, rewritten and reviewed again.
  • Following the receipt of the reviews containing a unanimous conclusion with respect to the paper acceptance or rejection the Editor-in-Chief takes up a decision about the paper acceptance or rejection. The Editorial Office releases to Authors part of the review justifying the decision about publication, without information about the Reviewers.
  • The Editorial Office asks Authors of the contribution to introduce relevant correction and enhancements suggested by Reviewers and/or Editorial Office. Based on the obtained recommendations from Reviewers and response of Authors, Editor-in-Chief makes an ultimate decision about acceptance of the manuscript or its rejection for publication.
  • Editor-in-Chief may appoint an Editor with expertise in the relevant field, who is fully responsible for further handling the paper and giving an ultimate decision about its acceptance or rejection.
  • The review process should not exceed the period of 3 months.
  • Once a year the Editorial Office places on the journal website an up-to-date list of collaborating Reviewers.

Review Board (2015-2018)

Transactions of the Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery relies upon the expert assessment to maintain the high publication standards. All submitted manuscripts have been reviewed by at least two reviewers to  ensuring the quality and relevance of the published papers.

We appreciate their time and efforts in evaluating manuscripts as well as assistance with the improvement of recommend papers, and express our sincere thanks for their completely voluntary and uncompensated work.

Combined list of reviewers of articles submitted for publication in the Transactions of the Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery:

prof. Tadeusz Bohdal, Koszalin University of Technology
prof. Andrzej Błaszczyk, Lodz University of Technology, Institute of Turbomachinery
prof. Tomasz Dobski, Poznan University of Technology
prof. Zygfryd Domachowski, Gdańsk University of Technology
prof. Jerzy Głuch, Gdańsk University of Technology
prof. Krzysztof J. Kaliński, Gdańsk University of Technology
prof. Tadeusz Koronowicz, The Szewalski Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery PAS, Gdańsk
prof. Krzysztof Kosowski, Gdańsk University of Technology
prof. Janusz Kotowicz, Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice
prof. Tomasz Kowalewski, Institute of Fundamental Technological Research PAS, Warszawa
prof. Henryk Otwinowski, Czestochowa University of Technology
prof. Janusz Plutecki, Wroclaw University of Technology
prof. Mieczysław Poniewski,, Warsaw University of Technology
prof. Jacek Pozorski, The Szewalski Institute of  Fluid-Flow Machinery PAS, Gdańsk
prof. Marek Pronobis, Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice
prof. Romuald Puzyrewski, Gdańsk University of Technology
prof. Stanisław Sieniutycz, Warsaw University of Technology
prof. Jan Taler, Cracow Technical University of Technology
prof. Edward Walicki, University of Zielona Góra
prof. Kazimierz Wójs, Wrocław University of Technology
prof. Zbigniew Zarzycki, West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin
prof. Janusz Badur, The Szewalski Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery PAS, Gdańsk
prof. Dariusz Kardaś, The Szewalski Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery PAS, Gdańsk
prof. Jerzy Świrydczuk, The Szewalski Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery PAS, Gdańsk
prof. Andrzej Kajetan Wróblewski, University of Warsaw

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