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CiteScore 2016 indicates soaring impact of Extreme Mechanics Letters

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CiteScore is an impact factor based on a 3-year citation window, calculated using data from the Scopus database. CiteScore is free to use, comprehensive and transparent.

Based on the newly released CiteScore 2016, Extreme Mechanics Letters received a CiteScore of 3.70, which ranks it in 95th percentile among all Mechanical Engineering journals and 94th among all Mechanics of Materials journals. This represents a drastic increase of EML’s CiteScore from its 2015 figure (1.30), epitomizing the soaring impact of the journal. 

Extreme Mechanics Letters publishes rapid communication of research that highlight the role of mechanics in multi-disciplinary areas across materials science, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine and engineering; with an emphasis on the impact, depth and originality of new concepts, methods and observations at the forefront of applied sciences.

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