Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics

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Edited By: Anil K. Chopra, Peter Fajfar, Masayoshi Nakashima

Impact Factor: 1.951

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 3/32 (Engineering Geological); 16/124 (Engineering Civil)

Online ISSN: 1096-9845

Associated Title(s): Structural Control and Health Monitoring, The Structural Design of Tall and Special Buildings

Overview


The Journal of the International Association for Earthquake Engineering.


Aims and Scope


Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics provides a forum for the publication of papers on all aspects of engineering related to earthquakes. The Editorial policy is to maintain a reasonable balance between papers from researchers and from design engineers so that the Journal will be useful to both groups. The problems in this field, and their solutions, are international in character and require knowledge of several traditional disciplines; the Journal will reflect this.

The main subject of the Journal is earthquake engineering in all its varied aspects, including seismology, tsunamis, ground motion characteristics, soil and foundation dynamics, wave propagation, probabilistic and deterministic methods of dynamic analysis, experimental behaviour of structures, and methods for earthquake resistant design and retrofit of structures that are germane to practicing engineers. It includes seismic code requirements and system identification, as well as supplemental energy dissipation, base isolation, and structural control emphasizing earthquake engineering. Papers on structural dynamics, which are concerned with other forms of dynamic loading but have relevance to earthquake engineering, will be welcome.

Opinion papers provide a forum for timely presentation and discussion of issues or topics based on technically sound observation, experience, or judgment for which proof or supporting research may not be available. Opinion papers should be succinct, especially if they lack supporting research, and should not exceed 11 pages.


Readership


Engineers, researchers and educators in civil engineering (in particular, earthquake engineering) · mechanical engineers and architects


Keywords


eartchquake engineering, structural dynamics, structural control, seismology, ground motion characteristics, soil amplification, soil failure, dynamic analysis, behaviour of structures, base isolation, seismic code requirements, tsunamis, journal, online journal, Wiley Online Library


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