An international journal for the science and engineering of concrete and building materials.
Concrete is one of the most commonly used structural materials. Since it has been used in construction industry, it powers the constructional evolution. As so far there is no substitute for concrete to take place at least in the near future, concrete will remain important to sustain our growth and maintain the quality of life for humanity.
Concrete Research Letters (CRL) publishes as rapidly as possible manuscripts of high quality which addresses eminent topics related to concrete performance, production, durability, sustainability and applications. Being an international, peer-reviewed, online and open access journal, CRL presents a world-wide forum for the dissemination of knowledge among engineers, scientists and mathematicians working in the field of concrete.
The submission, review, and publication processes in CRL are comprehensively web-based in order to facilitate the major goal of rapid publication. In addition to its distinguished fast publication time (maximum 60 days of submission date) , CRL is the first short-communications publication devoted exclusively to Concrete research Starting in March 2010, CRL will publish four issues annually, aiming for bi-monthly publication frequency in five years time.