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Welcome to JACT

JACT is fast. Only 5 to 7 months from submission to publishing thanks to electronic file exchange between you, the reviewers and the editors.
JACT is high quality. Peer-reviewed by internationally renowned experts who return review comments to ensure the highest possible quality.
JACT is transparent. The status of your manuscript from submission to publishing can be viewed on our website, greatly reducing the frustration of being kept in the dark, possibly for over a year in the case of some journals.
JACT is cost-effective. Submission and subscription are free of charge . Full-text PDF files are available for the authors to open at their web sites.

Latest Impact Factor (2018): 1.336
(Journal Citation Reports by Clarivate Analytics 2019)

New!
  • 2019.10.02: Two papers published in October are now freely downloadable.
  • 2019.09.27: Four papers published in September are now freely downloadable.
  • 2019.09.24: Outstanding reviewers of the year are awarded to four persons.
  • 2019.09.01: Outstanding papers of the year are awarded to three papers.
  • 2019.08.27: Four papers published in Augusut are now freely downloadable.
  • 2019.07.27: Five papers published in July are now freely downloadable.
  • 2019.06.28: Seven papers published in June are now freely downloadable.

  • Duaration Period from Submission to Publication

    Please note that the values are averages and the individual values vary depending on the situation.


    Scope of JACT

    Materials

    Maintenance and Rehabilitation

    • Material properties
    • Fresh concrete
    • Hardened concrete
    • High performance concrete
    • Development of new materials
    • Fiber reinforcement
    • Durability and repair
    • Strengthening/Rehabilitation
    • LCC for concrete structures
    • Environmant conscious materials

    Structures

    Other

    • Design and construction of RC and PC Structures
    • Seismic design
    • Safety against environmental disasters
    • Failure mechanism and non-linear analysis/modeling
    • Composite and mixed structures
    • Monitoring
    • Aesthetics of concrete structures
    • Other concrete related topics


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