International Journal of Engine Research

(The H4-Index of International Journal of Engine Research is 18. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-10-01 to 2023-10-01.)
The role of hydrogen for future internal combustion engines63
Simulation study on transient performance of a marine engine matched with high-pressure SCR system33
A correlation-based model order reduction approach for a diesel engine NOx and brake mean effective pressure dynamic model using machine learning27
Thermal efficiency improvement of super-lean burn spark ignition engine by stratified water insulation on piston top surface27
Statistically supported real driving emission calibration: Using cycle generation to provide vehicle-specific and statistically representative test scenarios for Euro 727
Future gasoline engine ignition: A review on advanced concepts26
A review of thermal barrier coatings for improvement in thermal efficiency of both gasoline and diesel reciprocating engines25
Investigation of ammonia and hydrogen as CO2-free fuels for heavy duty engines using a high pressure dual fuel combustion process25
Effects of alcohol addition to traditional fuels on soot formation: A review24
Collaborative investigation of the internal flow and near-nozzle flow of an eight-hole gasoline injector (Engine Combustion Network Spray G)24
An experimental investigation of the performance, emission and combustion stability of compression ignition engine powered by diesel and ammonia solution (NH4OH)22
Analysis of the interaction of Spray G and in-cylinder flow in two optical engines for late gasoline direct injection22
Spray-wall interactions in direct-injection engines: An introductory overview22
On the application of artificial neural networks for the prediction of NOx emissions from a high-speed direct injection diesel engine21
Prospective fuels for diesel low temperature combustion engine applications: A critical review21
Experimental investigations of mineral diesel/methanol-fueled reactivity controlled compression ignition engine operated at variable engine loads and premixed ratios20
The use of partial fuel stratification to enable stable ultra-lean deflagration-based Spark-Ignition engine operation with controlled end-gas autoignition of gasoline and E8518
The impact of piston thermal barrier coating roughness on high-load diesel operation18