Journal of Structural Fire Engineering

Journal of Structural Fire Engineering

ISSN: 2040-2317

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Aims & Scope

The objective of the Journal of Structural Fire Engineering (JSFE) is to report the state-of-the art and state of the practice on behaviour of structures subjected to high temperatures including fire. The journal will also bring the experimental and theoretical research and findings from advances in performance of structures in fire to engineering solutions and to assist in improving the fire safety of buildings by linking the scientific research in structural fire engineering with fire protection and by improving buildings fire codes, and fire design standards.


The Journal of Structural Fire Engineering welcomes submissions on the following topics: 

  • Numerical modelling; 
  • Practical applications;
  • Simple calculation models;
  • Experimental studies; 
  • Material behaviour at high temperatures;
  • Validation;
  • Case studies;
  • Codes of practice and design;
  • Analysis of whole structure behaviour.

The journal will cover all structural materials including steel, concrete, masonry, timber and aluminium.

The Journal of Structural Fire Engineering has been published quarterly since 2010.  

The Journal of Structural Fire Engineering is Indexed and Abstracted in:

  • EI Compendex.
  • Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) by Thomson Reuters;

Journal of Structural Fire Engineering is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald Engineering eJournals Collection. For more information, please email or visit the Emerald Engineering eJournals Collection page.

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