SDHM: Structural Durability & Health Monitoring
Aims and Scope: In order to maintain a reasonable cost for large scale structures such as airframes, offshore structures, nuclear plants etc., it is generally accepted that improved methods for structural integrity and durability assessment are required. Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) had emerged as an active area of research for fatigue life and damage accumulation prognostics.
This is important for design and maintains of new and ageing structures. The potential benefits include:
Structural Durability and Health Monitoring publishes original, high quality research papers, communications, and review articles
related to structural health monitoring and durability. The aim of the journal is
to bring together latest scientific and technological developments in the field.
The scope of the journal is multidisciplinary and contributions are sought from engineers, material scientist and applied mathematications.
Papers are sought that contribute to the following general topics related to Structural Durability and Health Monitoring: