Journal of the American Ceramic Society

Cover image for Vol. 97 Issue 11

Edited By: David J. Green, John Halloran, David W. Johnson Jr, Lisa Klein

Impact Factor: 2.428

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 1/25 (Materials Science Ceramics)

Online ISSN: 1551-2916

Associated Title(s): International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, International Journal of Applied Glass Science

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OnlineOpen – Wiley’s Open Access Option

Choosing OnlineOpen makes your article open access and freely available to all on Wiley Online Library, including those who don’t subscribe to the journal. OnlineOpen fulfills funding agency mandates that require grantees to archive the final version of their article. Wiley will also immediately deposit your OnlineOpen article in PubMed Central and PMC mirror sites.

The cost for OnlineOpen is US$2,550 for American Ceramic Society members and US$3,000 for non-members, which can be paid by the author, the author's funding agency, or the author's institution.

Copyright and open access licenses

Authors choosing OnlineOpen will retain copyright in their articles and will be offered a choice of creative commons licenses.

All Research Councils UK (RCUK) and Wellcome Trust funded authors will be directed to the Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY).

All other authors (non- RCUK and Wellcome Trust funded authors) are free to choose a CC-BY, Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial (CC-BY-NC), or Attribution-Non-Commercial-NoDerivs (CC-BY-NC-ND) license.

For more information about open access license terms and conditions click here.

Compliant with funder mandates - Open Access policies

OnlineOpen is fully compliant with open access mandates – meeting the requirements of funding organizations where these apply, including but not limited to:

Research Councils UK: MRC, BBSRC, AHRC, ESRC, EPSRC, NERC, STFC
The Wellcome Trust
Austrian Science Fund
Telethon Italy
NIH
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI)

For more information on funder mandates and open access policies please click here.

As the author, you can decide to publish your article with open access once it has been accepted for publication. After acceptance you will receive an email from Author Services with a link to your ‘My Publication’ page. From here you can choose the OnlineOpen option, and arrange payment of an open access publication fee (US$2,550 for American Ceramic Society members, US$3,000 for non-members) by clicking on ‘Make my article OnlineOpen’ and choose a Creative Commons license by clicking on ‘Choose license’. Alternatively, you can go direct and complete the payment of the open access publication fee via the OnlineOpen Form.

A number of funders and institutions have arrangements with Wiley to pay the open access publication fee on behalf of their investigators. Please find out if your institution or funder will pay your open access fee: Institutional and Funder Open Access Payments.

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"I have always enjoyed and benefited from my interaction with Wiley both as a user of and contributor to Wiley publications.  In the specific case of the publication “Mathematical Modeling of Flow and Heat Transfer Phenomena in Glass Melting, Delivery, and Forming Processes” (Choudhary, Venuturumilli and Hyre, International Journal of Applied Glass Science, Vol 1, pp 188-214, 2010),  I chose to open the paper for free using Wiley's OnlineOpen publication option for the following reason - as one of the “founding fathers” of three-dimensional mathematical modeling of glass melting processes and a long term practitioner of mathematical modeling transport phenomena in materials processing, I felt it proper to share my insights with the fellow members of the modeling community.  Publishing with OnlineOpen helped my article become one of the most frequently downloaded publications in this journal and I have received many positive comments and parts of this paper have been used for training and educational purposes. I found Wiley staff very professional and easy to work with during the OnlineOpen publication process."

-Manoj Choudhary,

Manoj Choudhary discusses his IJAGS paper

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