Archives of Hydro-Engineering and Environmental Mechanics (formerly Archives of Hydro-Engineering and Archiwum Hydrotechniki) cover the broad range of research disciplines related to hydro-engineering, including: hydrodynamics and hydraulics of inlands and sea waters, hydrology, hydroelasticity, ground-water hydraulics, water contamination, coastal engineering, geotechnical engineering, geomechanics and structural mechanics.
The main objective of Archives of Hydro-Engineering and Environmental Mechanics is to provide an up-to-date reference for civil engineers and scientists involved in the applications of mechanics to the analysis of various phenomena encountered in the natural environment, those occurring due to human activities, as well as to the problems arising from the influence of the environment on man-made structures and objects. Theoretical, experimental and practice-oriented papers on various topics, such as those mentioned above, are welcomed. Review papers are also invited. Occasionally, special issues containing papers presented at international conferences and other scientific meetings may be published.
All papers (in regular and special issues) are selected for publication through a peer review process, based on their significance and research originality.
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