Journal of Applied Mechanics

Newest Issue: (July 2016, Volume 83, Issue 7)
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Research Paper | June 1980
Z. Hashin
   doi: 10.1115/1.3153664
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Amir Mohammadipour and Kaspar Willam
   doi: 10.1115/1.4033306
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Peng Wang, Kenneth M. Liechti and Rui Huang
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Book Review | June 1980
Robert D. Blevins, Author and R. Plunkett, Reviewer
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Technical Brief | July 2016
Jérôme Colin
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About This Journal

The purpose of the Journal of Applied Mechanics is to serve as a vehicle for the communication of original research results of permanent interest in all branches of mechanics. The majority of the papers published in the journal are full-length articles of considerable depth. Comments on published papers may be submitted in the form of discussion, which is subject to a rebuttal by the author.

Editor: Yonggang Huang
Northwestern University
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Frequency: Monthly (2015)

All areas of theoretical and applied mechanics are covered, including but not limited to: aerodynamics; aeroelasticity; biomechanics; boundary layers; composite materials; computational mechanics; constitutive modeling of materials; dynamics; elasticity; experimental mechanics; flow and fracture; heat transport in fluid flows; hydraulics; impact; internal flow; mechanical properties of materials; mechanics of shocks; micromechanics; nanomechanics; plasticity; stress analysis; structures; thermodynamics of materials and in flowing fluids; thermo-mechanics; turbulence; vibration; wave propagation; and any related areas.

ISSN: 0021-8936
eISSN: 1528-9036

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