The Korea-Australia Rheology Journal offers broad, practical coverage of current research on the deformation and flow of materials. The editors place emphasis on experimental and numerical advances in the area of complex fluids. The journal offers comprehensive insight into characterization and understanding of technologically important materials with a wide range of practical applications.

  • Up-to-date reports on new understanding of the deformation and flow of materials
  • Focuses on experimental and numerical advances in complex fluids research
  • Offers insight on characterization of technologically important materials

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Editor-in-Chief
  • Kwang Soo Cho,
  • Peter Daivis
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Hybrid (Transformative Journal). Learn about publishing Open Access with us

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1.390 (2019)
Impact factor
1.339 (2019)
Five year impact factor
53 days
Submission to first decision
151 days
Submission to acceptance
8,682 (2020)
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Electronic ISSN
2093-7660
Print ISSN
1226-119X
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Co-publication with The Korean Society of Rheology and Australian Society of Rheology.
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