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Engineering Transactions

Engineering Transactions (formerly Rozprawy In┼╝ynierskie) is a refereed international journal founded in 1952.

The journal promotes research and practice in engineering science and provides a forum for interdisciplinary publications combining mechanics with:

  • Material science,
  • Electronics (Mechatronics),
  • Medical science and Biotechnologies (Biomechanics),
  • Environmental science,
  • Photonics,
  • Information technologies,
  • Other engineering applications.

The journal publishes original papers covering a broad area of research activities including:

  • Experimental and hybrid techniques,
  • Analytical and numerical approaches.

Review articles and special issues are also welcome.

Following long tradition, all articles are peer reviewed and our expert referees ensure that the papers accepted for publication comply with high scientific standards.

Engineering Transactions is a quarterly journal intended to be interesting and useful for the researchers and practitioners in academic and industrial communities.

Occasionally, special issues of the journal may be devoted to publication of all or selected papers presented at international conferences or other scientific meetings. However, all papers intended for such an issue are subjected to the usual reviewing and acceptance procedure.

Abstracted/indexed in:

Applied Mechanics Reviews, Current Mathematical Publications, Elsevier, EMBASE, Engineering Village, Inspec, Mathematical Reviews, MathSci, Reaxys, Scopus, Zentralblatt fur Mathematik.



Special issue for invited papers after the ICPS3 conference

The Editorial Board of Engineering Transactions decided to publish a special issue for invited papers after the conference "International Conference on Protective Structures (ICPS3), Newcastle, Australia 2015"  
Posted: 2014-12-15 More...

Special issue dedicated to prof. Piotr Perzyna

The Editorial Board of Engineering Transactions decided to publish a special issue of the journal collecting papers dedicated to Professor Piotr Perzyna.  
Posted: 2014-03-13 More...
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