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Cellulose

Identificadores:  ISSN 0969-0239 (impreso) 1572-882X (en línea)

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Cement

Identificadores:  ISSN 2666-5492 (en línea)

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Cement is a vital component of concrete, the most used human-made material on the planet. Roughly half of all products manufactured every year are comprised of cementitious materials. It is crucial and exciting to have an open access journal detailing the most innovative findings including translational research regarding cementitious binders. The aim of CEMENT is to broadly disseminate innovative research related to cementitious binders, concrete and composites incorporating these binders (e.g. reinforced concrete) in an open access format.
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Cement and Concrete Composites

Identificadores:  ISSN 0958-9465 (impreso) 1873-393X (en línea)

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This journal is designed to reflect current developments and advances being made in the general field of cement-concrete composites technology and in the production, use, and performance of cement-based construction materials. The word cement is interpreted in a wide sense, including not only Portland cement but also blended cements and other binding materials. In addition to novel aspects of conventional concrete materials, the journal covers a wide range of composite materials such as fiber-reinforced cement composites, polymer cement composites, polymer impregnated composites, ferrocement, and cement composites containing special aggregate inclusions or waste materials. Original papers dealing with microstructure (as it relates to engineering properties), material properties, testing and test methods, fracture mechanics, durability aspects, composite mechanics/technology, modelling, design, fabrication and practical applications of these materials form the major themes of the journal. Provided there is sufficient linkage to properties defined at the material scale, papers concerning the behavior of structural components and systems, in situ performance, and field studies will also be accepted for review, as well as those concerning the repair and maintenance, serviceability behavior, and sustainability of structures made with these materials.

The journal has within the above context several specific objectives. It wants to foster a better understanding of construction materials, provide a forum for unusual and unconventional materials, encourage the development of low cost energy saving materials and bridge the gap between materials science, engineering performance, environmental effects, in situ behavior, design/service life and construction. It is the intention of the journal to also publish special issues devoted to topics of current or emerging interest. The journal aims to provide a unifying basis for collaboration between materials scientists, engineers, designers and fabricators.
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Cement and Concrete Research

Identificadores:  ISSN 0008-8846 (impreso) 1873-3948 (en línea)

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The aim of Cement and Concrete Research is to publish the best research on cement, cement composites, concrete and other allied materials that incorporate cement. In doing so, the journal will present: the results of research on the properties and performance of cement and concrete; novel experimental techniques; the latest analytical and modelling methods; the examination and the diagnosis of real cement and concrete structures; and the potential for improved materials. The fields which the journal aims to cover are:

Processing: Cement manufacture, mixing and rheology, admixtures and hydration. While the majority of articles will be concerned with Portland cements, we encourage articles on other cement systems, such as calcium aluminate.
Structural and Microstructural Characterisation of the unhydrated components and of hydrated systems including: the chemistry, crystal structure, pore structure of cement and concrete, characterisation techniques, and structural and microstructural modelling.
• The properties of cement and concrete, including: fundamental physical properties; transport, mechanical and other properties, the processes of degradation of cement and concrete; and the modelling of properties, both as a means of predicting short and long performance, and as a means of relating a material's structure to its properties.
Applications for cement and concrete, including: concrete technology, fibre reinforcement, waste management, and novel concretes.

The journal's principal publications are original articles containing new information, major reviews and selected papers from important conferences. Discussion of published material and rapid communications will form part of the journal where appropriate. The journal will focus on papers with a broad interest, based upon their subject area, the quality of the research, the novelty of the results and the potential for assimilation of the findings.
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Ceramics International

Identificadores:  ISSN 0272-8842 (impreso) 1873-3956 (en línea)

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Ceramics International primarily deals with the fundamental aspects of ceramic science and their application to the development of improved ceramic materials. The journal particularly encourages papers that show how ceramic science can be used to improve the quality, reliability and performance of ceramics through the development of advanced materials and manufacturing techniques. Fabrication processes which Ceramics International concentrates on include all the advanced techniques employed to produce ceramic components of improved quality, reliability and performance. Ceramics International is particularly concerned with nanomaterials, including new nanocarbon materials, nanocomposites and hybrid materials.
Subjects covered in these areas include:

Powder Synthesis eg. solid state, chemical precipitation, hydrothermal, vapour phase, laser, plasma and SHS synthesis, polymer and gel processing.

Processing Methods Pressing, extrusion, injection moulding, rolling, calendering, electrophoretic deposition, casting, hot pressing (including isostatic), forging, plasma sintering, high pressure, ion-beam and laser processing.

Ceramics International covers process related topics including advanced coatings and sealants, surface finishing and conditioning and composite technology.

Materials covered by the journal include engineering, electrical, electro-optic, magnetic, nuclear and bioceramics, refractories, whiteware and heavy clay based products.

Ceramics International is particularly keen to attract papers which also deal with the science and design aspects of ceramics that are relevant to service performance and which cover the whole range of ceramic products.
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Ceramics-Silikáty

Identificadores:  ISSN 0862-5468 (impreso) 1804-5847 (en línea)

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Ceramurgia International

Identificadores:  ISSN 0390-5519 (impreso) 1878-2744 (en línea)

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Chalcogenide Letters

Identificadores:  ISSN 1584-8663 (impreso)

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Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification

Identificadores:  ISSN 0255-2701 (impreso) 1873-3204 (en línea)

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Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification is intended for practicing researchers in industry and academia, working in the field of Process Engineering and related to the subject of Process Intensification.Articles published in the Journal demonstrate how novel discoveries, developments and theories in the field of Process Engineering and in particular Process Intensification may be used for analysis and design of innovative equipment and processing methods with substantially improved sustainability, efficiency and environmental performance.

The Journal invites full-length research and succinct current-perspective articles from any branch of chemical engineering, particularly those concerned with themes such as equipment & plant miniaturization, alternative energy conversion & transport mechanisms, intensified hydrodynamics, structured environments, multifunctionality and intensified plant operation. Multidisciplinary papers and contributions from other disciplines, such as materials science, applied physics, electronics, fluid mechanics or energy technology, having impact on intensification of the chemical process industry are also welcome.

Occasionally, review papers will be published for individual fields of activity to illustrate and summarize scientific and/or technological progress.

The Journal presents advanced knowledge on engineering fundamentals and processes in such a form that it can be readily turned into practical applications.
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Chemical Engineering Science

Identificadores:  ISSN 0009-2509 (impreso) 1873-4405 (en línea)

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Chemical Engineering Science publishes papers on the fundamentals of chemical engineering, including the development of chemical engineering knowledge and process into and from other disciplines including biology, chemistry, physics, and applied mathematics. We welcome manuscripts describing original research, with significant results based on experiments and/or developments in theory. Such results may be the outcome of studies that range from the molecular level to the plant level. Increasingly, published research addresses and impacts global issues. We also will consider critical reviews of cutting-edge developments, and prospective authors are encouraged to contact an Executive Editor prior to submission.

Industrial areas covered by the journal include biotechnology, chemicals, energy, food, materials, microelectronics, nanotechnology, specialty chemicals and pharmaceuticals.

The journal classifies research into the following main fields within chemical engineering:

Biomolecular and biological engineering - the chemical engineering of molecular and cellular products or systems, including through the use of modern tools such as protein and enzyme engineering and directed evolution; all fields at the intersection of chemical engineering and biology, including systems biotechnology, tissue engineering, drug and therapeutic delivery and bioassay development;

Biochemical and bioprocess engineering - the chemical engineering of (bio-)processes where biology or biochemical approaches are used to effect a transformation of material including, but not limited to, studies in waste treatment, bioreaction engineering, high-throughput process development, molecular simulation of process performance, downstream processing and bioreactor modeling;

Energy, water, environment, and sustainability - chemical energy generation, conversion, storage, distribution and utilisation; water quality, water treatment and water analysis; green processes, waste minimization, environmental remediation and environmental impact;

Materials engineering - chemical engineering of materials synthesis, characterization, design and scale up of nanomaterials synthesis, multiphase phenomena, reverse materials engineering (i.e. process-informed definition of materials properties); materials including particles, thin films, membranes, multifunctional materials, hierarchical porous structures etc.; synthesis methods including chemical vapor deposition, atomic layer deposition, hydrothermal synthesis, colloidal synthesis, etc; nucleation and growth mechanisms and control for nanomaterials;

Particle technology - the chemical engineering of particulate systems, including studies on the fundamental phenomena of nucleation, growth, breakage, and aggregation; modeling of particle population dynamics; fluid dynamics of particulate systems in chemical processes; all process steps to manipulate the properties of particulate systems;

Process systems engineering - simulation, analysis, synthesis, optimization, and control of (bio-)chemical production systems based on mathematical modeling approaches; advanced modeling strategies for all process levels (molecular level, phase level, process unit level, plant level); advanced methods for model parameter identification and design of experiments;

Reaction engineering and catalysis - simulation and experiments on reaction kinetics, catalyst synthesis and characterization, reactor design, process intensification, multifunctional reactors, microreactors, multiphase reactors, molecular and quantum scale phenomena, density functional theory, multiscale modeling, transport phenomena related to multiphase reactors;

Separations science and technology - general principles: phase equilibria, mass transfer, mixing and phase segregation; processes and unit operations: distillation, absorption, liquid-liquid extraction, membrane processes, adsorption separation processes, ion-exchange, preparative chromatography, crystallization and precipitation, supercritical fluid separation processes, biochemical separation processes; equipment design.

Submissions from other fields of chemical engineering, and from other areas within the fields above, are welcome. Papers are assessed only with regard to quality and their potential for fundamental and generic contribution to chemical engineering.

For a list of Journal keywords, please click here.