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International Journal of Pavement Research and Technology

International Journal of Pavement Research and Technology

Editor-in-Chief: J.-R. Chang; C. Wu

ISSN: 1996-6814 (print version)
ISSN: 1997-1400 (electronic version)

Journal no. 42947

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  • Covers all aspects of pavement engineering and technology
  • Publishes research papers, review articles, and discussions
  • Provides a great platform to promote exchange of ideas among pavement engineering communities around the world

Starting from Volume 12 in 2019, International Journal of Pavement Research and Technology publishes with Springer Nature Singapore.

Aim & Scope

The objective of the International Journal of Pavement Research and Technology is to provide a platform to promote exchange of ideas among pavement engineering communities around the world. The journal attempts to disseminate information on all aspects of pavement engineering and technology developed through research and practical experiences.

The journal is published bi-monthly, in January, March, May, July, September, and November each year (six issues in each volume). Contributions in the form of research paper, review, or discussions will be considered for publication. To cover a wide range of pavement engineering disciplines and industrial applications, the journal includes the following topics:

  • Advanced analytical and computational techniques in pavement engineering
  • Pavement mechanics and pavement design
  • Pavement construction, performance, management, maintenance, and rehabilitation techniques
  • Pavement materials
  • Pavement recycling
  • Pavement surface and subsurface drainage
  • Environmental issues associated with pavement materials and construction
  • Accelerated and full-scale pavement testing
  • Non-destructive testing
  • Innovative design method and practice
  • Pavement-vehicle interaction and safety issue
  • Pavement Preservation
  • Pavement Instrumentation

Related subjects » Civil Engineering - Structural Materials

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SCOPUS, Google Scholar, EBSCO Discovery Service, EI Compendex, OCLC WorldCat Discovery Service, ProQuest-ExLibris Primo, ProQuest-ExLibris Summon, Transport Research International Documentation (TRID)

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    The objective of the International Journal of Pavement Research and Technology is to provide a platform to promote exchange of ideas among pavement engineering communities around the world. The journal attempts to disseminate information on all aspects of pavement engineering and technology developed through research and practical experiences.

    The journal is published bi-monthly, in January, March, May, July, September, and November each year (six issues in each volume). Contributions in the form of research paper, review, or discussions will be considered for publication. To cover a wide range of pavement engineering disciplines and industrial applications, the journal includes the following topics:

    • Advanced analytical and computational techniques in pavement engineering
    • Pavement mechanics and pavement design
    • Pavement construction, performance, management, maintenance, and rehabilitation techniques
    • Pavement materials
    • Pavement recycling
    • Pavement surface and subsurface drainage
    • Environmental issues associated with pavement materials and construction
    • Accelerated and full-scale pavement testing
    • Non-destructive testing
    • Innovative design method and practice
    • Pavement-vehicle interaction and safety issue
    • Pavement Preservation
    • Pavement Instrumentation
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