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Strain Journal

Strain News: Journal Special Issue entitled 'Multi-Modal (Full-Field) Characterization in Experimental Mechanics'. Submission deadline: 31 August, 2021

Strain is an International Journal, founded by the BSSM, it is published by Wiley. Strain contains leading-edge research on the measurement of the mechanical behaviour of structures and systems. In particular the design, implementation, and validation of experimental methodologies to characterise materials, structures, and systems. The Journal includes papers from all engineering disciplines dealing with material behaviour and degradation under load, structural design and measurement techniques. Although the thrust of the journal is experimental, numerical simulations and validation are included in the coverage.

Strain welcomes papers that deal with novel work in the following areas:


  • Experimental Techniques
  • Non-destructive Evaluation Techniques
  • Numerical Analysis, Simulation and Validation
  • Residual Stress Measurement Techniques
  • Design of Composite Structures and Components
  • Impact Behaviour of Materials and Structures
  • Signal and Image Processing
  • Transducer and Sensor Design
  • Structural Health Monitoring
  • Biomechanics
  • Extreme Environment
  • Micro- and Nano-scale Testing Methods


Experimental Techniques

Experimental Techniques is an interdisciplinary publication of the Society for Experimental Mechanics focusing on state-of-the-art technical innovations, sophisticated applications and developments in experimental mechanics and dynamics.



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