International Journal of Earthquake Engineering and Hazard Mitigation
ISSN (printed): 2282-7226. ISSN (electronic): 2282-6912.
The International Journal of Earthquake Engineering and Hazard Mitigation (IREHM) is a peer-reviewed journal that provide a forum to improve the practice of earthquake engineering topics, earthquake hazards mitigation, preparedness and recovery. The mission of this journal is to provide information needed for the different professionals involved in earthquake loss reduction objectives including civil, geotechnical, mechanical and structural engineers, geologists, seismologist, earth scientist, architectures and city planners, public officials, social scientists and researchers in all related disciplines. As the main aim of all researches is to reduce the hazard (e.g. earthquake) effects in the societies, the Editorial policy is to maintain a reasonable balance between papers from the earthquake engineering related subjects and from the hazard mitigation subjects so that the journal will be useful to both groups. Readership of IREHM are engineers, researchers and educators in civil and earthquake engineering, mechanical engineers, material engineers, social scientists, earth scientists and architects. Topics of the journal are: earthquake engineering, structural dynamics, health monitoring, structural control, seismology, ground motion characteristics, dynamic analysis, behavior of structures, base isolation, seismic code requirements, performance based design, wave propagation, probabilistic and deterministic methods in structural engineering, experimental behavior of structures, earthquake resistant design, retrofit of structures, system identification, dampers, soil amplification, soil failure, foundation dynamics, landslide, liquefaction, tsunamis, storms, floods, natural hazards, failure assessment, damage detection, smart structures, soil dynamic, structural collapse.
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