Stroitel'nye Materialy (Construction Materials) Journal provides space for the dissemination of innovative and original research and development in the field of construction and building materials, equipment and technology of the construction industry and their practical application. The journal publishes a wide range of innovative research and application papers which describe laboratory recearch, industrial implementations, mathematical modeling of processes, as well as the results of research on government grants and assignments.
Stroitel'nye Materialy (Construction Materials) Journal also publishes detailed case studies and some incisive review articles that contribute new understandings. We are focusing on all construction and building materials papers: such as material production and synthesis, its application, structural engineering and other.
The construction materials and technology covered include:
Concretes (reinforc, heavy, light, cellular, special and others)
Materials for road construction
Roofing and water-proofing materials
Materials on the Basis of Timber
Heat Insulation Materials;
Nano-materials and others Technologies and equipment for manufacturing building materials
Energy saving in industry and construction
Design and construction of industrial and civil facilities
Investments in the industry
Reviews of industry eventsIndustry analytics
The scope of Stroitel'nye Materialy (Construction Materials) Journal includes, but is not restricted to, materials, NDT and monitoring aspects of new works and repair and maintenance of the following: high-rise buildings, civil engineering structures, housing, industrial facilities, highway pavements, roofing.
Stroitelnye Materialy (Construction Materials) Journal provides for all researchers, engineers, architects and contractorses sential information that will help improve efficiency, productivity and competitiveness.
Acceptance of a manuscript for publication in the journal carries with it an understanding that the author, when requested, will fulfil an obligation to make all necessary changes to the comments of reviewers and editors. Authors are also requested to name independent referees together with institutional email addresses. The named possible referees must not be from their own institution.