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ISSN: 1559-3959
Aim
The journal has as its objective the publication and wide electronic dissemination of innovative and consequential research in mechanics of materials and deformable structures of all types. Analytical, computational, and experimental results must serve to clarify physical phenomena that typically involve small or large deformation states. Methods that can be generalized to a wider class of problems are encouraged.


Scope
Drawing from all areas of engineering, materials, and biology, the mechanics of solids, materials, and structures is experiencing considerable growth in directions not anticipated a few years ago, which involve the development of new technology requiring multidisciplinary simulation. The journal stimulates this growth by emphasizing fundamental advances that are relevant in dealing with problems of all length scales. Of growing interest are the multiscale problems with an interaction between small and large scale phenomena.

Peer Review
Every paper submitted to JoMMS is subjected to stringent peer review. An article that is favorably rated by external reviewers will be recommended by the handling editor to the whole Editorial Board, where it must receive the endorsement of a majority of Board members in order to be accepted for publication.

Indexing and Impact Factor
In 2009, JoMMS was included in the Thomson Reuter's Web of Science Science Citation Index. The 2014 impact factor of JoMMS was 1.038.

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