Aims and Scope

Engineering Structures and Technologies is a peer-review journal which publishes original research papers. The journal presents new results of research, practical proposals and recommendations on the introduction of science and technical equipment in order to improve sustainable construction. Engineering Structures and Technologies also publishes review articles, book reviews, short communications and discussions related to any aspect of structural engineering. 

The scope of Engineering Structures and Technologies includes the following: structural engineering; infrastructure engineering; geotechnical engineering; wind engineering; fire engineering; blast engineering; risk-based design; reliability of building structures; structural stability; fatigue and fracture mechanics; structural mechanics; optimization of structures; experimental and numerical modelling; the practice of Eurocodes and standards; building information modeling; structural health monitoring; life assessment and structural integrity; materials of structures; constructions technology and management; structures production technology. 

Topics of interest to Engineering Structures and Technologies include:

  • buildings;
  • bridges and innovative structures;
  • environmentally responsive structures;
  • underground constructions;
  • offshore and onshore structures;
  • television and telecommunication masts;
  • transmission towers;
  • pipelines and pressure vessels;
  • marine structures.