Rock Mechanics Bulletin

Open access

ISSN: 2773-2304
CN: CN10-1987/O3

Rock Mechanics Bulletin

Open access

Rock Mechanics Bulletin is a multi-disciplinary open access journal on the broad field of geomechanics and rock engineering. The journal covers a broad range of disciplines including but not limited t...

Rock Mechanics Bulletin is a multi-disciplinary open access journal on the broad field of geomechanics and rock engineering. The journal covers a broad range of disciplines including but not limited to civil, mining, hydraulic, petroleum, geothermal and geotechnical engineering, and engineering geology.

The mission of the Rock Mechanics Bulletin is to publish the most original and state-of-the-art developments in geomechanics and rock engineering and provide a platform of information and knowledge exchange on the frontier of scientific research.

Submissions are welcomed on all relevant topics in geomechanics and rock engineering, particularly on theoretical developments, analytical and numerical methods, laboratory and field observations, case studies and timely reviews on selected subjects.

Society affiliation

Chinese Society for Rock Mechanics & Engineering (CSRME) was formally established on March 5, 1985 with the approval of the National Economic System Reform Commission of the People's Republic of China and the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST). It runs as an academic mass organization for serving scientific and technological wo...

Chinese Society for Rock Mechanics & Engineering (CSRME) was formally established on March 5, 1985 with the approval of the National Economic System Reform Commission of the People's Republic of China and the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST). It runs as an academic mass organization for serving scientific and technological workers who are engaged in rock mechanics and geotechnical engineering across the country. The CSRME currently has 51 branches,21 local societies, 76 group members and more than 100,000 individual members, covering water conservancy and hydropower, coal and oil, geology and mining, environmental protection, national defense engineering. It is well-known domestically and internationally as an important academic organization in the field of rock mechanics and geotechnical engineering with extensive influence across industries, departments and disciplines.

For more detailed information, please visit http://www.csrme.com/.

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