Proceedings of the ICE - Engineering and Computational Mechanics
Published/Hosted by Thomas Telford.
ISSN (printed): 1755-0777. ISSN (electronic): 1755-0785.
Engineering is the application of science for the benefit of man. Mechanics offers us a means of determining the state of motion or rest of a body subject to forces, and so is intrinsically important for civil engineers. Engineering and Computational Mechanics publishes refereed papers and other short contributions on fundamental applied mechanics in civil engineering. Practically oriented papers are particularly welcome. Papers cover solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, the behaviour of granular materials, structural, stress and strain analysis, and the dynamics of structures and fluid/structure interactions. Papers specifically covering materials science or soil and rock mechanics will not normally be included. However, contributions dealing with problems at the interfaces between geotechnical engineering, structural engineering and fluid mechanics may be considered. Similarly, papers dealing with the application of materials in engineering mechanics are also welcome.
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