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Editors-in-Chief
    Hong-Nan Li
    Faculty of Infrastructure Engineering
    Dalian University of Technology
    Dalian 116024, China
    Satish Nagarajaiah
    Dept. of Civil and Environmental Eng.
    Rice University
    Houston TX 77005, USA
    Jeong-Tae Kim
    Ocean Engineering Dept
    Pukyong National University
    Busan 608-737, Korea
Associate Editor
    Ting-Hua Yi
    School of Civil Engineering
    Dalian University of Technology
    Dalian 116023, China
 
Managing Editor
    Prof. Chang-Koon Choi
    Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology
    Daejeon 305-701, Korea


 ESCI
 SCOPUS CiteScore: 2.8 (2020)
ISSN:2288-6605(Print) ISSN:2288-6613(Online)
Vol 8(4 issues) for 2021, Quarterly
Aims and Scope

The Structural Monitoring and Maintenance, An International Journal, aims at the valuable source of information and excellent publication channel for the global community of structural monitoring and maintenance of structures.

The journal publishes the high quality papers within the journal scope:

     ♦ Environmental loads and effects,
     ♦ Spot/Periodic/Permanent/Online monitoring,
     ♦ Identification/Diagnosis/Assessment/Decision analysis,
     ♦ Design/Retrofit/Maintenance/Renewal/Risk management
     ♦ and related areas of structural engineering.
Editorial Board

Prof. Francis T.K. Au
University of Hong Kong
Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong


Dr. Dong Bo
Inst for Infocomm Res(I2R)
138632, Singapore


Prof. Oreste S. Bursi
Univ of Trento
Trento 77-38123, Italy


Prof. Elsa de Sá Caetano
University of Porto
4200-465 Porto, Portugal


Prof. Steve C.S. Cai
Louisiana State University
LA 70803, USA


Prof. Joan R. Casas
Technical Univ of Catalunya
Barcelona 08034, Spain


Prof. Necati Catbas
niv of Central Florida
FL 32816-2450, USA


Prof. Gian Paolo Cimellaro
Politecnico di Torino
10129 Turin, Italy


Dr. C.F. Cremona
SETRA
Cedex 77487, France


Dr. Marco Domaneschi
Politecnico di Torino
10129 Turin, ltaly


Prof. Lev Eppelbaum
Tel Aviv University
Tel Aviv 69978, Israel


Prof. M.S. Fallahnezhad
Yazd University
Yazd, Iran


Prof. Spilios D. Fassois
University of Patras
Patras GR-26504, Greece


Prof. Branko Glišic
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544, USA


Prof. Stefan Hurlebaus
Texas A&M University
TX 77843-3136, USA


Dr. Sakdirat Kaewunruen
RailCorp - Track Eng.
Sydney NSW2000, Australia


Prof. Sher Bahadar Khan
King Abdulaziz University
Jeddah 21589, Saudi Arabia
Prof. C.W. Kim
Kyoto University
Kyoto 606-8501, Japan


Prof. Nam-Sik Kim
Pusan Nat'l University
Pusan 609-735, Korea


Prof. Jung Sik Kong
Korea University
Seoul 136-701, Korea


Prof. Tribikram Kundu
Univ of Arizona
AZ 85721, USA


Prof. Ying Lei
Xiamen Univ
Fujian 361005, China


Prof. Hui Li
Harbin Inst. of Tech.
Harbin, 150001, China


Prof. Qiu-Sheng Li
City Univ of Hong Kong
Kowloon, Hong Kong


Prof. Kenneth J. Loh
Univ of California
CA 95616-5294, USA


Prof. Paolo Maria Mariano
Univ of Firenze
Firenze I-50139, Italy


Prof. Alessandro Marzani
Univ of Bologna
Bologna 40136, Italy


Prof. Aldo Minardo
Second Univ. of Naples
81031 Aversa, Italy


Prof. Won-Bae Na
Pukyong Nat'l University
Pusan 608-737, Korea


Prof. Tomonori Nagayama
Univ of Tokyo
Tokyo 113-8654, Japan


Prof. Yi-Qing Ni
The Hong Kong Polytechnic U.
Kowloon, Hong Kong


Prof. Shamim Pakzad
Lehigh University
Bethlehem, PA 18015-4729, USA


Prof. Costas Papadimitriou
Univ of Thessaly
Pedion Areos 38334, Greece


Prof. Gyuhae Park
Chonnam Nat'l University
Gwangju 500-757, Korea


Prof. Carlo Pellegrino
Univ of Padova
9-35131 Padova, Italy
Prof. Costas P. Providakis
Technical U. Crete
Chania GR-73100, Greece


Prof. Pizhong Qiao
Washington State University
WA 99164-2910, USA


Prof. B.N. Rao
Indian Inst of Tech Madras
Chennai 600036, India


Prof. Salvatore Salamone
Univ at Buffalo
NY 14260, USA


Prof. Gangbing Song
Univ of Houston
TX 77204-4006, USA


Dr. Jyoti K. Sinha
University of Manchester
Manchester, M13 9PL, UK


Prof. Christos Spitas
Delft Univ of Technology
Delft 2628CE, Netherlands


Prof. Wieslaw J. Staszewski
AGH University of Sci. and Tech.
30-962 Krakow, Poland


Prof. A.D. Tsonos
Aristotle Univ of Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki GR 54124, Greece


Prof. Humberto Varum
Univ of Aveiro
3810-193 Aveiro, Portugal


Prof. Volkovas Vitalijus
Kaunas Univ. of Technology
44312 Kaunas, Lithuania


Prof. Jinling Wang
Univ of New South Wales
Sydney NSW 2052, Australia


Prof. Qing Wang
Shandong Univ. of Sci.Technol
Qingdao 266590, China


Prof. Zhishen Wu
Ibaraki University
Ibaraki 316-8511, Japan


Dr. Ruqiang Yan
Southeast University
Nanjing 210096, China


Prof. Ka-Veng Yuen
Univ of Macau
Macao, China


Prof. Hyun Do Yun
Chungnam Nat'l University
Daejeon 305-764, Korea


Prof. Daniele Zonta
University of Trento
38123 Trento, Italy

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1. Submission of the paper
Authors are asked to submit manuscripts in PDF (or Latex) format electronically through the Techno-Press Manuscript Upload System (TeMUS) (http://www.techno-press.com/papers). Exceptionally, the special issue papers may be directly submitted to the Guest Editor. If you have difficulties in using TeMUS, please contact us at[smm@techno-press.com]. On receiving submitted papers, the system will issue the paper ID and Password to the corresponding author which may be conveniently used to check the status of submitted papers. Authors should carefully check if their paper satisfied all the requirements in the preliminary list before submission.

2. Preparation of the manuscript
General : The manuscripts should be in English and typed with single column and single line spacing on single side of A4 paper. Submitted papers will be published in regular technical paper only. The first page of an article should contain; (1) a title of paper which well reflects the contents of the paper (Arial, 16pt), (2) all the name(s) and affiliations(s) of authors(s) (Arial, 12pt), (3) an abstract of 100~250 words (Times New Roman, 11pt), (4) 5-10 keywords following the abstract, and (5) footnote (personal title and email address of the corresponding author (required) and other authors' (not mandatory)). The paper should be concluded by proper conclusions which reflect the findings in the paper. The normal length of the technical paper should be about 12-24 journal pages. Authors are advised to read the details in the Authors' Guide for guide and Template.
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References : A list of references which reflect the current state of technology in the field locates after conclusions of the paper. For details to prepare the list of references and cite them in the text, authors are advised to follow the introduction and the sample list in the Authors' Guide.

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All the submitted papers that have passed the preliminary check by the editors will undergo a rigorous peer-review process to judge their significance and originality. Those papers positively recommended by at least two expert reviewers will be finally accepted for publication in the Techno-Press Journals or after any required modifications are made.

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7. Open Access
There is an option of publishing your paper as Open Access. When you receive a formal acceptance email, you will find a link that you may click on to pay the Article Processing Charge (APC) for Open Access publishing.


Inaugural Issue yet to come.
Table of Contents
       
 
  • 2021  Volume 8      No. 1      No.2    No.3
     
  • 2020  Volume 7      No. 1      No.2    No.3    No.4
     
  • 2019  Volume 6      No. 1      No.2    No.3    No.4
     
  • 2018  Volume 5      No. 1      No.2    No.3    No.4
     
  • 2017  Volume 4      No. 1      No.2    No.3    No.4
     
  • 2016  Volume 3      No. 1      No.2    No.3    No.4
     
  • 2015  Volume 2      No. 1      No.2    No.3    No.4
     
  • 2014  Volume 1      No. 1      No.2    No.3    No.4
           

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