General Call for Papers: Forensic Engineering

Forensic Engineering is inviting new submissions.

Editor-in-Chief: Professor Ted Donchev, Department of Civil Engineering, Surveying and Construction Management, Kingston University, London, United Kingdom

Forensic Engineering is a peer-reviewed international journal that publishes practice and research papers exploring the studies of constructed facilities and systems that fail to perform as intended, resulting in environmental, property, personal or economic damage.

The papers describe their investigation, assessment and remediation, with a focus on forensic method. Physical issues surround serviceability or critical limit-state damage, which may be caused by normal or exceptional actions, natural events, human actions, accidents, or inadequately conceived or executed design, construction, validation, operation, maintenance, modification, decommissioning, temporary works or innovation.

The journal addresses also the wider systems issues of climate change, commercial and contractual management, dispute resolution, research and education, and their impacts. State-of-the art papers, research reports and practical case studies are welcome, as well as shorter briefing articles and discussion contributions.

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The journal looks forward to receiving your paper.

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