Multiscale Science and Engineering
Multiscale Science and Engineering is a peer-reviewed, international journal that is aimed at promoting the communication and discussion of multiscale and multiphysics-related engineering. Multiscale Science and Engineering can be a home for scientists, researchers, and professionals who are interested in the multiscale (and/or multiphysics) science and engineering with interdisciplinary academic backgrounds including, but not limited to, mechanics, materials, physics, chemistry (coupled with mechanics or physics), biology (coupled with mechanics or physics), and computational engineering/science.
Multiscale Science and Engineering publishes review articles and original research articles whose topical scopes include, but are not limited to, the following.
- Multiscale and multiphysics-related engineering applications
- Multiscale behavior, properties, and characterization
- Multiscale modeling and simulations
- Multiphysics phenomena (e.g. optomechanics, chemomechanics, fluid-structure interaction, electromechanics, etc.)
- Nanoscale systems and materials
- Biology and mechanics (e.g. cell mechanics, protein mechanics, DNA mechanics, tissue mechanics, etc.)
- Micro/meso/small-scale mechanics
- Multiscale/multiphysics inverse problems
Multiscale Science and Engineering publishes a mix of review articles and original research articles, which are written based on computational and/or experimental research works. Multiscale Science and Engineering offers scientists, researchers, and professionals an opportunity to increase the visibility of their works in the community.
Strain-Gradient Elasticity Theory for the Mechanics of Fiber Composites Subjected to Finite Plane Deformations: Comprehensive Analysis
Chun Il Kim (January 2019)
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