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Progress in Scale Modeling, an International Journal (PSMIJ), an open access scholarly journal based at the University of Kentucky Institute of Research for Technology Development, publishes new experimental, numerical, and theoretical results of scale modeling. PSMIJ provides an open forum for researchers and users of scale modeling to share and discuss current challenges and progress. See the Aims & Scope page for more information.

Recent Accepted Papers

Review Articles

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Similitude theory applied to plates in vibroacoustic field: a review up to 2020
Alessandro Casaburo, Giuseppe Petrone, Francesco Franco, and Sergio De Rosa

Research Articles

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Towards scaling laws for DDT in obstructed channels
Elaine S. Oran and Vadim N. Gamezo

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Scale modeling of dust capture through a flooded-bed dust scrubber integrated within a longwall shearer
Sampurna Arya, Ashish Kumar, Kozo Saito, Thomas Novak, and Adam Levy

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Scale and numerical modeling to determine operating points of a non-clogging Vortecone filter in mining operation
Ashish R. Kumar, Sampurna Arya, Adam Levy, Steven Schafrik, William C. Wedding, and Kozo Saito

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The model area in successful lean transformation and scale modeling
William Cooper, M. Abbot Maginnis, David Parsley, and Kozo Saito

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Cracking during flame spread over pyrolyzing solids
Yen Nguyen, Indrek S. Wichman, and Thomas J. Pence