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Non Destructive Testing (NDT), Materials and Structural Engineering
Submission Deadline: Dec. 30, 2014
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Non Destructive Testing (NDT), Materials and Structural Engineering publishes results of original research and development in all categories in the fields of NDT including infrared thermography, ultrasonics, radiography, electromagnetic, thermal and optical methods. In addition, the issue also emphasizes other areas of civil engineering, more particularly of the materials and structures.

Papers on all materials for construction such as cement, concrete, steel, composite etc are welcome. All original research works with modeling or/and experimentation for the characterization of the materials are also considered. The issue also focuses on the analysis of all types of civil engineering structures: buildings, bridges, etc. We strongly encourage all researchers, engineers, technicians, in academic establishments as well as industrial centers, to evaluate their research works by publishing the results in our issue.
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