About AMTM


Archives of Mechanical Technology and Automation


Statute of the journal

The archer of the present version of the magazine was Research Works of Committee of Mechanical Engineering Polish Academy of Sciences Poznan Division. The first number (vol. 1) came out in January 1980 by Poznan University of Technology Publishin House. Since 1984 the magazine has been changed of its title to Archives of Mechanical Engineering and Technology, because it was wielded by the contemporary Committee of Mechanical Engineering Polish Academy of Sciences Poznan Division.
In 1993 the magazine has been changed of its title to Archives of Mechanical Technology and Automation (from vol. 11). In years 1995-2007 (vol. 15-27) the journal was published as a annual set of two issues (No 1 and 2) and from 2008 (from vol. 28) as a quarterly journal (No 1-4).
 

In ATMIA quarterly, we publish original articles on the construction and operation of technological machines and devices, especially concerning:

- casting and sintering
- welding and adhesion
- heat treating and heat-chemical treating
- metal forming
- plastic materials processing
- abrasive machining
- electric discharge machining
- measurements and control
- designing of processes and automation, robotisation and operation of technological machines and devices
- mounting of machines and devices
- research on joined and hybrid technological processes

In the 30 years of publishing, ATMiA presented 1470 articles from 73 national and 47 foreign academic, research and industrial institutions.

The Archives of Mechanical Technology and Materials does not accept papers in the following areas:
- Simulation with no experimental verification or which gives no new insight into the investigated field,
- Experimental results which do not provide a convincing analytical or physical explanation of observed behavior.

During the period of 35 years of the magazine, 1482 articles.

 
In 2015 the magazine changed its name to the Archives of Mechanical  Technology and Materials and was transformed from a quarterly magazine to an annual one.
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