Journal of Iron and Steel Research International publishes original papers and occasional invited reviews on aspects of research and technology in the process metallurgy and metallic materials. Coverage emphasizes the relationships among the processing, structure and properties of metals, including advanced steel materials, superalloy, intermetallics, metallic functional materials, powder metallurgy, structural titanium alloy, composite steel materials, high entropy alloy, amorphous alloys, metallic nanomaterials, etc..

  • Publishes critically reviewed original research of archival significance
  • Covers hydrometallurgy, pyrometallurgy, electrometallurgy, transport phenomena, process control, physical chemistry, solidification, mechanical working, solid state reactions, materials processing, and more
  • Includes welding & joining, surface treatment, mathematical modeling, corrosion, wear and abrasion

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Editor-in-Chief
  • Zhi-ling Tian
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1.213 (2019)
Impact factor
1.357 (2019)
Five year impact factor
49 days
Submission to first decision
250 days
Submission to acceptance
55,605 (2020)
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Electronic ISSN
2210-3988
Print ISSN
1006-706X
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