The Journal of Civil and Hydraulic Engineering (JCHE) is a pioneering, international open-access journal dedicated to disseminating the latest advancements in civil and hydraulic engineering. Our mission is to cultivate a comprehensive understanding and innovative solutions in a range of subfields including civil structures and materials, hydraulic and geotechnical engineering, and water resources management. JCHE is committed to promoting the integration of theory and practice, encouraging the submission of original works in various formats such as reviews, regular research papers, short communications, and special issues on specific topics. Our focus is on the articulation of novel concepts, methodologies, and technologies that propel forward the knowledge and application in these interrelated fields.
The objective of JCHE is to be a leading source for in-depth research and insights, encouraging authors to present their findings with extensive detail for replication and broader understanding. Thus, the journal imposes no restrictions on the length of papers, emphasizing the importance of comprehensive documentation. Additional features of the journal include:
Every publication benefits from prominent indexing, ensuring widespread recognition.
A distinguished editorial team upholds unparalleled quality and broad appeal.
Seamless online discoverability of each article maximizes its global reach.
An author-centric and transparent publication process enhances submission experience.
The scope of JCHE encompasses a broad spectrum of topics within civil and hydraulic engineering, including but not limited to:
Civil structures and materials: Exploring the latest developments in construction materials and methodologies.
Geotechnical and foundation engineering: Investigating soil mechanics, foundation design, and their impact on structures.
Underground and tunnel engineering: Delving into the challenges and innovations in subterranean construction.
Road, bridge, and railway engineering: Focusing on the design, maintenance, and sustainability of transportation infrastructure.
Civil engineering disaster prevention: Addressing the strategies for mitigating natural and man-made disasters.
Building environment and energy application engineering: Exploring sustainable practices in building design and energy management.
Electrical and intelligent buildings: Integrating smart technologies for efficient and responsive building environments.
Engineering hydrology and water resource utilization: Examining the dynamics of water flow and its practical applications.
Agricultural and rural water conservancy: Focusing on water management in agricultural and rural contexts.
Hydraulics and river dynamics: Studying fluid mechanics and its application to river systems.
Harbor, waterway, and coastal engineering: Addressing the challenges of constructing and maintaining maritime infrastructure.
Hydraulic machinery and systems: Exploring the design and application of hydraulic systems.
Water resources and hydropower engineering: Delving into the sustainable harnessing of water for energy.
Ecological water conservancy: Investigating the intersection of ecology and water management for sustainable practices.
Smart water conservancy: Integrating technology for enhanced water management.
Risk assessment in hydraulic engineering: Analyzing the potential risks and safety measures in hydraulic projects.
Water economy: Studying the economic aspects of water resource management and policy.
Urban water supply and drainage science: Exploring the technologies and methodologies for urban water management.
Urban sewage treatment and resource utilization: Focusing on innovative approaches to waste water management and recycling.
Water environment pollution control and restoration: Addressing the challenges in maintaining and restoring water quality.
Regional and urban water ecological environment systems: Investigating the integration of water management in urban planning.
Risk control in water ecological environments: Assessing and mitigating risks in water-related ecosystems.