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JMSE Special Issue on "Marine Structures"

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Dear Colleagues,

Structural mechanics is an important field of engineering. The main goal of structural mechanics research is to ensure that the structures are safe and durable to prevent catastrophic situations, which can cause loss of lives, environmental pollution, and financial loses. Depending on the usage of the structure and the conditions that it is subjected to requires a special treatment during the analysis. Specifically, marine structures are subjected to harsh environmental conditions due to marine environment which can cause several different damage mechanisms including damages due to fatigue and corrosion. This Special Issue on “Marine Structures” will consider a wide range of areas related to marine structures including, but not limited to:

-          Structural analysis of ship structures
-          Structural analysis of offshore platforms
-          Structural analysis of naval vessels
-          Structural analysis of pipelines and subsea systems
-          Risk and reliability based approaches applied to marine structures
-          Structural health monitoring of marine structures
-          Corrosion
-          Ice-structure interactions
-          Collision mechanics
-          Inspection and repair of marine structures
-          Fatigue and fracture
-          Marine composites

This Special Issue will provide a compilation of numerical, experimental and analytical studies related to “Marine Structures” research.

Deadline for manuscript submissions:

30 June 2018

Dr. Erkan Oterkus

Guest Editor


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