Archives of Hydro-Engineering and Environmental Mechanics cover the broad area of 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, structural mechanics, etc.
The main objective of Archives of Hydro-Engineering and Environmental Mechanics is to provide an up-to-date reference to the engineers and scientists engaged in the applications of mechanics to the analysis of various phenomena appearing in the natural environment, due to human activities as well as to the problems connected with the influence of the Nature on human-made structures and objects. Such problems have usually been studied using applied mathematics and mechanics tools. Theoretical, experimental and practice-oriented papers on various topics, such as those mentioned at the beginning, are welcomed. Papers are selected for publication through a peer review process based on their significance and originality. AHEM is opened to all scientists and engineers from Poland and abroad. Full versions of the publications since 1994 are available from the articles data base.
|Editor-in-Chief:||Prof. dr hab. inż. Kazimierz Szmidt|
|Co-Editor:||dr hab. inż. Ryszard Staroszczyk|
|Prof. Eugeniusz Dembicki, Gdańsk, Poland
Prof. Michele Jamiolkowski, Torino, Italy
Prof. Yafei Jia, Oxford, Mississipi, USA
Prof. Józef Kubik, Bydgoszcz, Poland
Prof. Janusz Kubrak, Warszawa, Poland
Prof. Wojciech Majewski, Gdańsk, Poland
Prof. Marek Mitosek, Warszawa, Poland
Prof. Paweł Rowiński, Warsaw, Poland
Prof. Augustin Sanchez-Arcilla, Barcelona, Spain
Prof. Fumio Tatsuoka, Ph.D., Tokio, Japan
Prof. Romuald Szymkiewicz, Gdańsk, Poland
|Mr Janusz Pultyn
Institute of Hydro-Engineering IBW PAN
Kościerska 7, 80-328 Gdańsk-Oliwa, Poland
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