Aims & Scope
International Journal of Structural Integrity is published in partnership with the European Aeronautics Science Network to bring together academic and industrial research in the area of Damage Tolerance Design and structural integrity. In its unique conceptualisation, the journal brings together the key players governing the sectors of universities, research institutes, the manufacturing industry, legislative bodies, SMEs, consultancy companies and maintenance companies
Coverage includes but is not limited to:
- Durability of Metallic and Composite Structures
- Design and structural assessment of Metallic and Composite Structures
- Advances in Fracture Analysis
- Environmental Effects and Structural Performance
- Examination of computational codes for Stress Analysis and Damage Tolerance
- Structural Performance evaluation of Metals, Composites, Hybrids and Polymers
- Repair technologies
- Surface Engineering and Structural Performance
- Coating Technology and Structural Performance
- Structural Ageing
- Nanomechanics and nanomaterials
- Evaluation of Joining Technologies
- Durability of Electronic Materials
- Scale Effects and Determination
- Probabilistic Approach to Damage Tolerance
- The journal circulates the state of the art in the area of structural integrity.
- The published works reflect extensive and expensive research projects.
- The published works usually have the quality control of big research centres and manufacturers.
- The published works encapsulate trends and problems usually not visible in traditional research papers.
- The journal will be the platform for dissemination and exploitation of large research projects usually funded by the European Union, NASA, NSF, etc.
- Consulting Companies
- Research Centres
Dissemination of Research Projects
It is within the policy of the International Journal of Structural Integrity to assist research consortia in disseminating their research findings. The journal is willing to publish, without scientific review, the whole or self sustained parts of the final research report. The submitted report should be signed by all members of the consortium and the outcomes should express their views only.
The published reports should not exceed 14 A4 pages including figures and artwork following the same writing instructions as those used for the articles (see Author Guidelines).
The International Journal of Structural Integrity is Indexed and Abstracted in:
- British Library
- EI Compendex
- Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) by Thomson Reuters;
- Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals
- ReadCube Discover
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