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Australian Journal of
Structural Loading, Health Monitoring and Strengthening (AJSLHMS)

Welcome to "Australian Journal of Structural Loading, Health Monitoring, and Strengthening"This journal is a quarterly international peer-reviewed open access journal that publishes high-quality single blind peer reviewed papers in the structural Loading, health monitoring and strengthening field. The journal publishes the latest international research studies. We aim to encourage postgraduate students and top researchers to publish their experimental and numerical studies as fast as possible.

When the editor-in-chief receives a paper, it is first checked for originality and the contents to make sure the work is not published under similar titles. This part is essential because reviewers may not necessarily look for the originality of the papers. The figures should not be copied and they must be drawn appropriately. All equations must be typeset and they should not be in figure format. In addition, tables must be in table format.

Then editor-in-chief sends the paper to the editorial board members, who are responsible for finding two reviewers for review. After receiving reviewers' comments, if some corrections are needed, reviewers' comments are sent to the author(s) to make corrections within the specified time. This process continues until the article is either rejected or approved. Once a paper is accepted, its online version will be published quickly.  Any online paper would have a unique DOI number to ensure the other researchers can cite it during the publishing process.

Authors keep possession of the copyright for their papers, but permit anyone to download, reuse, reprint, modify, distribute and copy the content as long as the original authors and source are cited. Anyone can have access to the full text of the published articles in PDF format without any restriction.

The "Australian Journal of Structural Loading, Health Monitoring and Strengthening" is dedicated to the publication of cutting-edge research and development in following scope:

  • Condition assessments and condition-based maintenance and performance

  • Vibration and wave propagation methods

  • Advanced signal processing and interpretation techniques

  • Self-powered and low power sensors technology and management

  • Data mining and data management

  • Multi-functional materials and new sensor materials

  • Monitoring of aging structures and infrastructure

  • Monitoring of structural repairs

  • Sensor network design, data transmission, wired and wireless communication

  • Embedding technology

  • Sensor/structure integration technology

  • Development of self-repairable structures

  • Integration of structural health monitoring and control

  • Sensors for high temperature applications

  • In-situ sensors

  • Signal processing

  • Passive, active and semi active controls 

  • Dynamic stability

  • Artificial intelligence tools

  • Sensors for local damage detection

  • Optical fibre sensors for health monitoring

  • Remote control of monitoring systems

  • Corrosion sensors

  • Scour indicators

  • Load capacity ratings and service life estimations

  • Structural pathologies and diagnostic methodological approach

  • Traditional and innovative techniques

  • Non-destructive methodologies

  • Building performance simulation and durability

  • Rehabilitation of the constructed heritage

  • Adaptive rehabilitation and rehabilitation technologies

  • Seismic damage diagnosis and control

  • Solidification and stabilization

  • Seismic vulnerability and loss assessment

  • Rehabilitation of coastal structures

  • Advanced inspection and testing

  • Seismic retrofitting, repair and strengthening methods

  • Durability issues in harsh environments

  • FRP composites

  • Fire protection systems

  • Implementation of structural monitoring

  • Monitoring of high rise buildings and bridges

  • Performance assessment

  • Progressive collapse

  • Safety Evaluation

  • Strong-motion studies

  • Dynamic soil-structure interaction

  • Foundation design for earthquake loading

  • Seismic response of buildings, bridges, and other special structures

  • Lifelines earthquake engineering

  • Passive and active systems for earthquake protection

  • Design of Civil infrastructure and lifelines to withstand wind, tropical cyclones, thunderstorms and tornadoes

  • Construction material behaviour at high temperatures and analysis of whole structure behaviour under fire impacts

  • Fire numerical modelling

  • Codes of practice and design

  • Fire risk analysis in buildings

  • Facade material and design

  • Case studies

​CIVILICOM Pty Ltd, the publisher of "Australian Journal of Structural Loading, Health Monitoring and Strengthening" is registered in Australia.

The chief editor (Prof. Bijan Samali) is the contact person via Email (

Postal address: P.O. Box 410 Rural View 4740 QLD, Australia

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Volume 1, 2022
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