Three ASTM International Journals Receive Impact Factor Ratings

ASTM International has announced that three of its journals in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) have received impact factor ratings for the year 2022, a metric calculated each year by Clarivate Analytics.

Smart and Sustainable Manufacturing Systems (SSMS), launched in 2017, received a 1.0 IF. This journal fosters transdisciplinary research that crosses the boundaries of information science, systems engineering and engineering design, and more, with a focus on how to make manufacturing systems smarter and sustainable.

Advances in Civil Engineering Materials (ACEM), launched in 2012, received a 1.4 IF. It is ASTM's premier civil engineering journal, covering the properties and performance of civil engineering materials.

Lastly, Materials Performance and Characterization (MPC), launched in 2012, provides high-quality papers on both theoretical and practical aspects of the processing, structure, properties, and performance of materials used in transportation, aerospace, and more. It received a 1.1 IF.

All three journals are available in Google Scholar, Emerging Sources Citation Index, Scopus, Ei Compendex, and other scientific journal databases. For more information and to submit a paper, click on the following links for SSMS, ACEM, and MPC.

Two other ASTM journals continue to receive impact factor ratings. For 2022, the Journal of Testing and Evaluation (JTE) received an impact factor of 1.2 and the Geotechnical Testing Journal (GTJ) received an impact factor of 1.6. For more information and to submit a paper, click on the following links for JTE and GTJ.

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