provides a forum for a broad blend of scientific and technical papers to reflect the evolving needs of
the structural engineering
and structural mechanics
communities. Particularly welcome are contributions dealing with applications
of structural engineering and mechanics principles in all areas of technology.
The journal aspires to a broad and integrated coverage
of the effects of dynamic loadings
and of the modelling techniques whereby the structural response
to these loadings may
The scope of Engineering Structures
encompasses, but is not restricted to, the following areas: infrastructure
engineering; earthquake engineering; structure-fluid-soil interaction; wind engineering; fire engineering; blast engineering; structural
reliability/stability; life assessment/integrity; structural health monitoring; multi-hazard engineering; structural dynamics; optimization;
expert systems; experimental modelling; performance-based design; multiscale analysis; value engineering.
Topics of interest include:
tall buildings; innovative structures; environmentally responsive structures; bridges; stadiums; commercial and public buildings; transmission
towers; television and telecommunication masts; cooling towers; plates and shells; suspension structures, smart structures; nuclear reactors;
dams; pressure vessels; pipelines; tunnels.
also publishes review articles, short communications
and discussions, book reviews, and a diary on international events related to any aspect of structural engineering.