List impact factors yang dimiliki beberapa jurnal bidang Civil & Structural Engineering diantara lebih dari 10.000 jurnal yang tercakup dalam Web of Science dan sudah mendapat Journal Impact Factors dari Thomson Reuters pada musim panas tahun 2014 (2013 Impact Factors). Di sisi teknik sipil, bidang ini berkaitan dengan perancangan, konstruksi, dan perawatan pada bangunan baik natural maupun buatan, termasuk jalan, jembatan, kanal, dam, dan gedung. Di sisi teknik struktur konstruksi, bidang ini termasuk bidang rekayasa teknik dan berkaitan dengan perancangan dan analisis atas struktur yang menopang atau menahan beban (load). Ada beberapa jurnal yang bisa didapatkan impact factors tahun 2012 sebagai data pembanding dan sumber pertimbangan dalam memilih medium publikasi Anda. Warna merah adalah penurunan impact factor, sedangkan warna hijau adalah kenaikan. List ini akan terus diperbaharui seiring dengan bertambahnya koleksi catatan saya.
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2013 Impact Factors: Civil & Structural Engineering
|Building and Environment|
Publishes original research papers and review articles related to building science and human interaction with the built environment, particularly on: technologies and integrated systems for high performance buildings and cities; thermal, acoustic, visual, air quality building science and human impacts; tools for the design and decision-making community, including tested computational, economic, educational and policy tools; solutions for mitigating environmental impacts and achieving low carbon, sustainable built environments.
|Journal of Wind Engineering & Industrial Aerodynamics|
Publishes all aspects of wind engineering: social and economic impact of wind effects; wind characteristics and structure, local wind environments, wind loads and structural response, diffusion, pollutant dispersion and matter transport, wind effects on building heat loss and ventilation, wind effects on transport systems, wind power generation, and codification of wind effects. Papers on these subjects describing full-scale measurements, wind-tunnel simulation studies, computational or theoretical methods are published, as well as papers dealing with the development of techniques and apparatus for wind engineering experiments.
|Computers and Geotechnics|
Devoted for an expeditious dissemination of new developments in the broad areas of soil and rock mechanics. Static, cyclic and transient loading situations are relevant. Contributions on constitutive models of geomaterials (soils, rocks, concrete, masonry, ceramics, etc.), computer analyses of physical models and adequately monitored prototype structures and application of computer techniques to design are especially welcome. Computer codes are not published but novel features of a code can form appendices.
|Archives of Civil and Mechanical Engineering|
Publishes both theoretical and experimental papers which explore or exploit new ideas and techniques in the following areas: structural engineering (structures, machines and mechanical systems), mechanics of materials (elasticity, plasticity, rheology, fatigue, fracture mechanics), materials science (metals, composites, ceramics, plastics, wood, concrete, etc., their structures and properties, methods of evaluation).
|Automation in Construction|
Publishes refereed material on all aspects pertaining to the use of Information Technologies in Design, Engineering, Construction Technologies, and Maintenance and Management of Constructed Facilities, within the journal’s purview: Computer-aided design, product modeling, decision support systems, classification and standardization, product data interchange; Computer-aided engineering, process simulation models, graphics; Robotics, metrology, logistics, automated inspection, demolition/remediation; Facilities management, management information systems, intelligent control systems.
|Cement and Concrete Composites|
Covers a wide range of composite materials such as fiber-reinforced cement composites, polymer cement composites, polymer impregnated composites, ferrocement, and cement composites containing special aggregate inclusions or waste materials. Original papers dealing with microstructure (as it relates to engineering properties), material properties, testing and test methods, fracture mechanics, durability aspects, composite mechanics/technology, modelling, design, fabrication and practical applications of these materials form the major themes of the journal. Provided there is sufficient linkage to properties defined at the material scale, papers concerning the behavior of structural components and systems, in situ performance, and field studies will also be accepted for review, as well as those concerning the repair and maintenance, serviceability behavior, and sustainability of structures made with these materials.
|Cement and Concrete Research|
Aims to cover: Processing, cement manufacture, mixing and rheology, admixtures and hydration. While the majority of articles will be concerned with Portland cements, we encourage articles on other cement systems, such as calcium aluminate; Structural and Microstructural Characterisation of the unhydrated components and of hydrated systems including: the chemistry, crystal structure, pore structure of cement and concrete, characterisation techniques, and structural and microstructural modelling; The properties of cement and concrete, including: fundamental physical properties; transport, mechanical and other properties, the processes of degradation of cement and concrete; and the modelling of properties, both as a means of predicting short and long performance, and as a means of relating a material’s structure to its properties; Applications for cement and concrete, including: concrete technology, fibre reinforcement, waste management, and novel concretes.
|Construction and Building Materials|
Publishes a wide range of research and application papers which describe laboratory and numerical investigations or report on full scale projects. Also, it publishes detailed case studies and review articles, as well as short communications and discussions. The materials and technology covered include: cement, concrete reinforcement, bricks and mortars, additives, corrosion technology, ceramics, timber, steel, polymers, glass fibres, recycled materials and by-products, sealants, adhesives. The scope of includes, but is not restricted to, new works and repair and maintenance of the following: bridges, high-rise buildings, dams, civil engineering structures, silos, highway pavements, tunnels, water containment structures, sewers, roofing, housing, coastal defences.
|Energy and Buildings|
Topics covered include: Energy demands and consumption in existing and future buildings – prediction and validation; Indoor environment quality, including health and thermal comfort vis-à-vis energy; Natural, mechanical and mixed ventilation; Air distribution in buildings; Application of solar and other renewable energy sources in buildings; Energy balances in building complexes (residential, commercial, industrial, public and other buildings); Energy efficiency improvement measures of HVAC&R and other technical systems in residential, commercial, public and industrial buildings, and semi open built spaces; Heat recovery systems in buildings; Buildings and district heating and cooling; Energy conservation in built environment; Energy efficient buildings; Building physics; Energy sustainability, resilience and climate adaptability of buildings; Evaluation and control of indoor thermal and lighting systems; Building’s total performance and intelligent buildings; Links between architectural design, mechanical and lighting systems; New materials in buildings and their impact on energy demands; External and internal design conditions for energy efficient buildings; Building envelope materials and structure energy performance; Thermal energy storage and thermally active building systems – TABS; Energy performance of buildings and modeling predictive control; Zero CO2 emission – zero energy and energy plus buildings and their smart grid harmonized operation; Residential/municipal energy refurbishment and renovation; Life cycle energy efficiency of buildings and embodied energy; Architectural structure – construction energy efficiency; Energy related aspects of buildings after catastrophic events.
An international interdisciplinary journal bridging the fields of engineering geology, geomorphology, structural geology, geophysics, geotechnics, geochemistry, and geology. Geological studies must show relevance to engineering, environmental concerns, and safety. Topics of interest include hot-waste storage, groundwater rehabilitation, landscape planning, natural hazards (seismicity, hydrology, geomorphology, subsidence, slope stability), pollution and contamination, and remote sensing techniques including LiDAR.
Encompasses, but is not restricted to, the following areas: infrastructure engineering; earthquake engineering; structure-fluid-soil interaction; wind engineering; fire engineering; blast engineering; structural reliability/stability; life assessment/integrity; structural health monitoring; multi-hazard engineering; structural dynamics; optimization; expert systems; experimental modelling; performance-based design; multiscale analysis; value engineering. Topics of interest include: tall 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.
|Fire Safety Journal|
Its scope is purposefully wide, as it is deemed important to encourage papers from all sources within this multidisciplinary subject, thus providing a forum for its further development as a distinct engineering discipline. Topics covered include: Fire chemistry and physics; Fire dynamics (including gas explosions); Active fire protection systems, including detection and suppression; Passive fire protection methods; People/fire interactions (physical, physiological and psychological); Fire safety management; Assessment and quantification of fire risk (including acceptability of risk); Fire investigation; Fire safety design (including consumer items, industrial plant, transportation, buildings); Fire safety legislation; Fire safety education.
|Geotextiles and Geomembranes|
Provides a forum for the dissemination of information amongst research workers, designers, users and manufacturers, on: Geotextiles (permeable fabrics which, when used in association with soil, have the ability to separate, filter, reinforce, protect or drain) and Geomembranes (impermeable membranes used widely as cut-offs and liners). By providing a growing fund of information the journal increases general awareness, prompts further research and assists in the establishment of international codes and regulations.
|International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences|
Concerned with original research, new developments, site measurements and case studies in rock mechanics and rock engineering, particularly on the subject of rock mechanics and the application of rock mechanics principles and techniques to mining and civil engineering projects built on or in rock masses. These projects include slopes, open-pit mines, quarries, shafts, tunnels, caverns, underground mines, metro systems, dams and hydro-electric stations, geothermal energy, petroleum engineering, and radioactive waste disposal. Papers are welcomed especially on theoretical developments, analytical methods, numerical methods, rock testing, site investigation, and case studies.
|Journal of Constructional Steel Research|
Provides an international forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest developments in structural steel research and their applications. It is aimed not only at researchers but also at those likely to be most affected by research results, i.e. designers and fabricators. Original papers of a high standard dealing with all aspects of steel research including theoretical and experimental research on elements, assemblages, connection and material properties are considered.
|Journal of Terramechanics|
Devoted to scientific articles concerned with research, design, and equipment utilization in the field of terramechanics. It also provides a forum for those involved in research, development, design, innovation, testing, application and utilization of off-road vehicles and soil working machinery, and their sub-systems and components. The Journal presents a cross-section of technical papers, reviews, comments and discussions, and serves as a medium for recording recent progress in the field.
|Reliability Engineering & System Safety|
Devoted to the development and application of methods for the enhancement of the safety and reliability of complex technological systems, like nuclear power plants, chemical plants, hazardous waste facilities, space systems, offshore and maritime systems, transportation systems, constructed infrastructure and manufacturing plants. The scopes are: methods for reliability and probabilistic safety assessment; model and parameter uncertainties; aleatory and epistemic uncertainties, sensitivity analysis, data collection and analysis; engineering judgment and expert opinions; human reliability; test and maintenance policies; models for ageing and life extension; systems analysis of the impact of earthquakes, fires, tornadoes, winds, floods, etc.; codes, standards and safety criteria; operator decision support systems; software reliability; methods and applications of automatic fault detection and diagnosis; dynamic reliability; design and evaluation of man machine systems and human interfaces; design innovation for safety and reliability; safety culture; accident investigation and management. The journal does not normally publish articles that involve fuzzy sets and related non-probabilistic methods unless they contribute significantly to the solution of substantive problems related to the analysis of real systems.
|Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering|
Aims to encourage and enhance the role of mechanics and other disciplines as they relate to earthquake engineering by providing opportunities for the publication of the work of applied mathematicians, engineers and other applied scientists involved in solving problems closely related to the field of earthquake and geotechnical engineering. Fields covered: Seismology and geology relevant to earthquake problems; Elastodynamics: wave propagation and scattering soil and rock dynamics; Dynamic constitutive behaviour of materials; Mathematical methods: system methodology and identification in soil dynamics relevant to earthquake phenomena; Practical methods. Then, it also includes probabilistic methods in: seismology, geotechnical earthquake engineering; risk analysis; earthquake engineering reliability; interaction problems; soil structure interaction and fluid-soil interaction; instrumentation and experimental methods; inelastic and nonlinear problems; finite element analysis in dynamics and elastodynamics; earthquake case histories; tsunamis.
Devoted to integrated risk assessment for a wide range of constructed facilities such as buildings, bridges, earth structures, offshore facilities, dams, lifelines and nuclear structural systems. Its purpose is to foster communication about risk and reliability among technical disciplines involved in design and construction, and to enhance the use of risk management in the constructed environment. All aspects of quantitative safety assessment are of interest: Loads and environmental effects; Material properties; Prediction of response and performance; Treatment of human error and engineering judgment; Quality assurance/control; and Techniques of decision analysis and risk management.
Comprises an important and growing proportion of engineering construction with areas of application becoming increasingly diverse, ranging from aircraft, bridges, ships and oil rigs to storage vessels, industrial buildings and warehouses. Many factors, including cost and weight economy, new materials and processes and the growth of powerful methods of analysis have contributed to this growth, and led to the need for a journal which concentrates specifically on structures in which problems arise due to the thinness of the walls. This field includes cold-formed sections, plate and shell structures, reinforced plastics structures and aluminium structures, and is of importance in many branches of engineering.
|Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology|
Provides an international forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest research and developments in all areas pertaining to trenchless technology, widened the scope of TUST to cover the installation, repair, and renewal of underground pipelines, ducts, and cables while eliminating the need for continuous surface excavation. The techniques include pipe jacking, microtunnelling, auger boring, pipe bursting, pipe splitting, pipe ramming, directional drilling and steerable and non-steerable moling, together with all methods of relining and rehabilitation. The performance of newly installed and rehabilitated pipes equally lies within the scope of the journal, while the influence of trenchless technology on the surrounding environment is central to the debate on the subject. Publication of research dealing with the relative direct and social costs of traditional and trenchless pipe laying, with novel geotechnical applications of trenchless technology, and with locating and mapping of the existing buried utility service infrastructure is equally encouraged.
- Sianipar, C.P.M., Dowaki, K. (2014). Eco-burden in pavement maintenance: Effects from excess traffic growth and overload. Sustainable Cities and Society, 12, 31-45.