Aims and Scope

The Asian Review of Civil Engineering is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original theoretical papers, applied papers, review papers, and case studies on all fields of civil engineering. 

The scope of the Journal encompasses, but is not restricted to the following areas: infrastructure engineering; transportation engineering; structural engineering (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 and so on); earthquake, hazards, structural dynamics, risks, and mitigation engineering; architectural engineering; environmental engineering; structure-fluid-soil interaction; wind engineering; fire engineering; multi-scale analysis; constitutive modeling and experimental testing; construction materials; composite materials in engineering structures (use, theoretical analysis, and fabrication techniques); novel computational modeling techniques; engineering economics.