Metallurgy and Foundry Engineering

The journal will disseminate knowledge relating to the metallurgical and foundry engineering in general. The scope of the journal focuses on:

  • Extractive metallurgy including direct reduction, ironmaking, steelmaking, extraction of non‑ferrous metals and special metallurgical processes;
  • Physical metallurgy including materials technology, metallography, heat treatment, creep, corrosion, weldability, fatigue behaviour, testing of materials etc.;
  • Metal working including hot and cold rolling, forging, drawing, sheet forming and other unconventional processes;
  • Foundry engineering including theory and technology of melting and secondary metallurgy of ferrous and non‑ferrous alloys, moulding materials and technology, forming of castings, moulding machines, foundry furnaces and automation of foundry processes;
  • Application of numerical methods in metallurgy, foundry and in mechanical working of metals;
  • Heat engineering, including heat and mass transfer, combustion processes, environment protection.

Papers published earlier in the journals will not be accepted.



Points at journal ranking list - 2016

In 2016 Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland assigned 9 points to Metallurgy and Foundry Engineering.  
Posted: 2017-10-12

Points at journal ranking list

In 2015 Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland assigned 9 points to Metallurgy and Foundry Engineering (see the respective journal ranking list published by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education on 23.12.2015).  
Posted: 2016-03-25
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Vol 43, No 2 (2017)

Table of Contents


Michał Bartosiewicz, Adam Cwudziński
Alexandr Kasikov, Juri Neradovsky, Miłosz Andrzej Huber, Yekaterina Mayorova, Elena Rakitina, Nikolai Grishin
Aleksandra Franczak, Joanna Karwan-Baczewska
Małgorzata Perek-Nowak, Joanna Karwan-Baczewska
Łukasz Wzorek, Mateusz Wędrychowicz, Marcel Wiewióra, Piotr Noga, Tomasz Skrzekut, Agata Wzorek, Katarzyna Łyp-Wrońska