Prognostics journal provides an international forum for the electronic publication of original research and industrial experience articles in all areas of prognostics, systems health management, and predictive analytics. Prognostics journal is an open access journal, which is freely available online to anyone, anywhere. The journal is committed to rigorous yet rapid reviewing. Final versions are published electronically (ISSN 2167-4167) immediately upon acceptance.
Prognostics: Call for PapersPrognostics journal welcomes original papers and topical contributions in multidisciplinary research on prognostics, diagnostics, management, and control of technical systems, bio- and socio-technical systems, as well as social formations and processes. Prognostics journal has a large number of active, experienced reviewers and excels at placing quality publications into the public domain in short periods of time. If you have unique work ready for peer-review, the editors of Prognostics would like to have the opportunity to be your publishing platform. All submissions are subject to the journal's highest quality double-blind peer review process. Accepted papers are published electronically in the current issue and freely available to read and download globally. To submit a manuscript click here.
Prognostics Topics: Applications
  • Advancing aerospace and military systems
  • Towards intelligent automotive electronics. Telematics
  • Structural health of individual structures
  • Nondestructive testing and evaluation
  • Manufacturing process, equipment proactive maintenance
  • Electronic prognostics in computer and device networks
  • Cloud computing. Delivering computing commodity
  • Nuclear power. Electrical grid
  • Oil and gas remote monitoring and diagnostics
  • Medical equipment and biodevices. Modern healthcare
  • Wearable sensors and systems. Telemedicine
  • Social networks dynamics
Vol 2, No 1 (2014)
Systems Prognostics
Prognostic Health Management of the DC Starter/Generator 1-16
Prognostic Health Management (PHM) and condition monitoring are often used in aerospace applications to provide comprehensive assessment of system health and to detect performance degradation for safety critical and maintenance intensive systems.
PJ Vol 2, No 1 (2014); doi:10.13176/12.542
Improving Aircraft Engines Prognostics and Health Management via Anticipated Model-Based Validation of Health Indicators 18-38
The aircraft engines manufacturing industry is subjected to many dependability constraints from certification authorities and economic background.
PJ Vol 2, No 1 (2014); doi:10.13176/12.541
Verification and Validation of Prognostic and Health Management 17-17
PJ Vol 2, No 1 (2014); doi:10.13176/12.538
Vol 1, No 1 (2013)