Journal for Recent advances in Built Environment (JRABE) is a new peer-reviewed journal. JRABE publishes original papers resulting from research in Civil and Architectural engineering in the built environment. This journal covers topics mentioned below leading to a holistic approach that will benefit the community.
JRABE will strive to offer you the fastest possible speed of publication, without compromising on the quality of our peer-review process.
Developments in the Built Environment cover the following topics but are not limited to:
Innovative building materials;
Maintenance and repair work assessment;
Recyclability, transformability, reusability of materials and components;
Structural Health Monitoring;
Construction engineering management,
Building Information Modelling (BIM);
Computer aided design and simulation;
Finite element modeling
Energy efficiency, energy harvesting;
Earthquake engineering, heritage structures;
Life cycle assessment; predictive modelling
Structural analysis, assessment, design, and testing;
Sustainable buildings and construction;
System safety and reliability.
Developments in the Built Environment welcome the following types of papers:
Full research papers;
Short communications: suitable for providing fast dissemination of important new outcomes and technical discussion in the field of built environment.
Short papers (max. submitted length of 6 pages incl. references) addressing new ideas that may still be in a preliminary stage, opinions, and results.