Transactions of FAMENA

International Scientific Journal
University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture
Ivana Lucica 5, Zagreb, Croatia

Editor-in-Chief: Hrvoje Kozmar

Former Editors-in-Chief:

   Bojan Jerbić (2020-2022)                                                 Ivo Alfirević (2002-2020)

Founding Editor: Ivo Alfirević

ISSN 1333-1124                                                        eISSN 1849-1391

Transactions of FAMENA will carry articles describing fundamental developments in the field of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture on the theoretical, computational and experimental aspects.

The editing of the Journal has been partly supported by the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia.

Aims & Scope

Aerospace Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Biomechanics Energetics, Engineering Design, Experimental Methods, Industrial Engineering, Machine Tools and Machining, Materials Science, Mathematical Modelling and Simulation, Mechanical Design, Mechanics & Fluid Mechanics,
Nanotechnology, Naval Architecture, Numerical Methods, Process Planning, Quality Assurance, Robotics & Mechatronics,

Vol. 47 No. 3, 2023
  • Dengxue Cao, Yu Gu, Wei Lin: Fault Diagnosis Based on Optimized Wavelet Packet Transform and Time Domain Convolution Network (pp.1-14) (pdf)
  • Bashir Salah, Ali M. Alsamhan, Waqas Saleem, Razaullah Khan, Ahmed: 3D Simulation of a Yogurt Filling Machine Using Grafcet Studio and Factory IO: Realization of Industry 4.0 (pp.15-30) (pdf )
  • Karthick K, Magudeeeswaran G:
    Effects of Gas Metal Arc Welding Variants on the Mechanical and Microstructural Characteristics of AISI 304 Stainless Steel (pp.31-46) (pdf)
  • Abdelkader Djebli, Abdelghani Baltach, Mostefa Lallam, Mostefa Bendouba: Numerical Analysis of Plate Thickness Effect on Residual Stress Distribution around a Cold Expanded Hole (pp.47-59) (pdf )
  • Dražen Kustura, Frane Vlak, Tomislav Matić, Marko Vukasović: The Out-of-plane Static Analysis of Thin-walled Curved H-beams (pp.61-78) (pdf )
  • Labinot Topilla, Serkan Toros: Analysis of the Fracture Behaviour of Dual-phase Steels Using the GISSMO and Johnson Cook Models (pp.79-95) (pdf )
Vol. 47 No. 2, 2023
  • Francis Gnanamuthu, Shanmuga Sundaram Anandan: Experimental Studies of Metal Oxide Suspended Nanofluids on the Enhancement of the Thermal Performance of Heat Pipes (pp.1-12) (pdf )
  • Kuppusamy Sengottaiyan, Mangudi Rangasamy Swaminathan, Charles Augustine Vencent, Govindaraj Kumaresan: Spray Characteristics of a Rotating Fuel Injector in a Direct Injection Diesel Engine (pp.13-29)(pdf )
  • Zhongfeng Zhang, Qingwen Xue, Lixia Wen, Weihua Peng, Han Shao, Wenzhi Fu: Study on Multi-step Forming Paths for Double Curved Parts of 1561 Aluminium Alloy (pp.31-44) (pdf)
  • Jurica Sorić, Matej Stanić, Tomislav Lesičar: On Neural Network Application in Solid Mechanics (pp.45-66) (pdf)
  • Wafa Taktak, Riadh Elleuch: Experimental Investigation Into the Effect of Cold Rolling on Fracture Toughness and Mechanical Properties of AA5754 H111 Aluminium Alloy (pp.67-78) (pdf)
  • Jun Liu, Jiandang Xing, Xiaodong Ruan, Jian Song, Di Wu: Analysis and Design of the Reconfiguration Motion Qualities of a Deformable Robot Based on a Metamorphic Mechanism (pp.79-97) (pdf )
Full text articles at Hrcak, Portal of scientific journals of Croatia

CiteScore: 1.3
Impact Factor: 1.3
5-Year Impact Factor: 1.0
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP): 0.578
SCImago Journal Rank (SJR): 0.286

Journal Metrics

Indexing & Archiving
  • Transactions of FAMENA (ISSN 1333-1124 (Print), ISSN 1849-1391 (Online)) is a peer-reviewed, international journal presenting state-of-the-art research in the area of mechanical engineering and naval architectures, and is published four time per year.
  • High visibility: indexed in WOS – Web of Science, Scopus and other major databases and archiving systems.
  • Open access, rapid publication and  peer-reviewed manuscripts.


University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture
Ivana Lucica 5, 10002 Zagreb, Croatia

Writing, made simple.

“Everyone can write, but not everyone is a writer. What makes the difference is the keen eye for detail and beauty.”