Sustainable Marine Structures

ISSN: 2661-3158 (Online)

Sustainable Marine Structures aims to provides a medium for the publication of latest original research papers that offers a rapid review and publication that freely disseminates research findings in the areas of Marine Structures Mechanics, Coastal Monitoring and Forecasting and more.

The journal also focuses on the issues of limiting human-caused damage to marine ecosystems from the development of ocean and coastal areas and on the utilization and conservation of ocean resources.

The scope of the papers in this journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • Naval Architecture
  • Ocean Sustainability
  • Marine Structures Design and Mechanics
  • Coastal Monitoring and Forecasting of Flood Risk Incidents including Coastal Erosion
  • Maritime Transport
  • Ocean Resources Utilization and Conservation
  • Ocean Space Utilization
  • Fluid-Structure Interaction
  • Oceanography
  • Deep-Sea Mining
  • Floating Body Dynamics
  • Materials for Ocean and Offshore Structures
  • Mega Structures in Marine Environment
  • Design of Submerged Bodies and Submarines 
  • High-Speed Crafts
  • Special Purpose Vessels
  • Marine Risers and Cables
  • Submersibles
  • Operations in Deep and Ultra Deep Waters
  • Wind Mill Structures in Marine Environment

Announcements

 

Sustainable Marine Structures is indexed by DOAJ!

 

We are pleased to share that Sustainable Marine Structures has been included in DOAJ! Since its inception in 2019, the journal has strictly adhered to the code of publication ethics and conduct, and each article has been rigorously reviewed to ensure the professionalism of the articles and the quality of the journal.

We are grateful for the contributions made by the editor in chief,  Professor Erkan oterkus, associate editor in chief, members of the editorial board, members of the editorial department, authors, external reviewers and readers. We will continue to publish high-quality articles and make greater contributions to marine sustainable development.

 
Posted: 2022-01-05
 
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Vol 4, No 1 (2022)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Erkan Oterkus

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Abstract: Marine environment is a harsh and challenging environment for both operators and analysers due to extreme weather conditions. As a result of these conditions, marine structures are subjected to extreme and/or cyclic loadings. This will then lead to various different damage modes i...
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Articles

Zhang ChunLing, Zhang Meng-Li, Wang Zhen-Feng, Hu Song, Wang Dan-Yang, Yang Sheng-Long

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Abstract: Argo has become an important constituent of the global ocean observation system. However, due to the lack of sea surface measurements from most Argo profiles, the application of Argo data is still limited. In this study, a thermocline model was constructed based on three key ther...
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Liang-Cheng Liu, Ge WANG, Jun-Yi SONG, Bi-Ru HU

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Abstract: Resolving the contradiction between Marine economic development and Marine ecological environment protection has become an unavoidable and sharp problem. The uncontrolled use of Marine antifouling technology will bring uncontrollable and even irreversible damage to the Marine biosphere, which wil...
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