This journal offers a unique forum for mechanical behaviour of soft materials including but not limited to polymers, elastomers, gels, rubberlike materials, soft biological materials and tissues.The journal aims at uniting considerations of various soft materials, which exhibit similarity in many aspects of their behaviour independently of the specific composition or biological function. The focus of the journal is on mechanics, chemo-mechanics, electro-mechanics, thermo-mechanics, biomechanics, failure and fracture of soft materials. It equally welcomes experiments, theory and computations and bridges the gap between mechanics and engineering applications.
Although soft solids are the main subject of the journal, it is sometimes difficult to distinguish soft solids from viscous liquids (soft matter), which might also be considered for publication in the journal.
- Konstantin Volokh
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- 27 days
- Submission to first decision
- 67 days
- Submission to acceptance
- 12,694 (2020)
Modeling orthotropic elastic-inelastic response of growing tissues with application to stresses in arteries
On the computational modelling of nonlinear electro-elasticity in heterogeneous bodies at finite deformations
Elasto-capillary circumferential buckling of soft tubes under axial loading: existence and competition with localised beading and periodic axial modes
A simple phenomenological approach for myocardial contraction: formulation, parameter sensitivity study and applications in organ level simulations
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