Journal of Rehabilitation in Civil Engineering
J. Rehabil. Civ. Eng.
Facts & Figures
Start Publication: February 2013
Acceptance Rate: 28%
Submission to Initial Assessment: 5 days
Submission to Final Decision: 120 days
No. of Volumes: 10
No. of Issues: 27
No. of Articles: 247
No. of Indexing Databases: 11
No. of Reviewers: 290
No. of Contributors: 536
Contributing Countries: 7
Article View: 253,187
PDF Download: 194,877
View Per Article: 1025.05
PDF Download Per Article: 788.98
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The Journal of Rehabilitation in Civil Engineering is an international open-access journal (print and online) published quarterly by Semnan University press which was founded in 2012. This journal has initially been published biannually until 2018, while it is being published quarterly as of 2019. It reports the latest and the most creative research results in entire rehabilitation fields of civil engineering, including roads and bridges, buildings, structures, slopes, foundations, experiments and tests of structures or sites, etc, in the form of articles. The Journal seeks to bridge and integrate the intellectual, methodological, and substantive diversity of rehabilitation in civil engineering, and to encourage a vigorous dialogue between civil engineering scholars and practitioners. It aims to promote the theory and practice of civil engineering science and technology, innovation, engineering, and management.
The Journal welcomes contributions which promote the exchange of ideas and rational discourse between practicing educators and civil engineering researchers all over the world. A broad outline of the journal’s scope includes peer-reviewed original research articles, case, and technical reports, reviews and analyses papers, short communications and notes to the editor, in interdisciplinary information on the practice and status of research in civil engineering science and technology. Thus high-quality research papers or reviews dealing with any aspect of rehabilitation in civil engineering are welcomed. Papers may be theoretical, numerical, analytical, or experimental. The journal is published in English. Accepted papers will immediately appear online followed by printed in hard copy.