This editorial is intended to accomplish at least three objectives. First, to familiarize readers and contributors with the goals of the latest Editor regarding the direction of the journal. Second, to describe the unique relationship that this journal has with the ASME Turbo Expo (TE) conference, and the resulting nuances concerning reviews, recommendations to publish, and quality that are passed from the conference to the journal. Third, to elaborate on the changes in the user community that demand the journal content keep pace, with the consequence that the quality bar for that content also be continually rising.

The mission of the ASME journals is simply put as “Setting the standard for engineering knowledge.” The purpose and scope of the Journal of Turbomachinery (JT) [1] are this, “The journal publishes the best technical papers worldwide that advance the state of the art (SOA) of...

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