SNAME Journal in Thomson Reuters Web Index

By Eric Haun
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
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SNAME Journal of Ship Production and Design Now Included In Thomson Reuters Web of Science Index of Scholarly Literature

The Journal of Ship Production and Design (JSPD) published by the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) has been accepted for coverage in the Thomson Reuters Web of Science Index of Scholarly Literature.

The SNAME Journal of Ship Research has been indexed in the Web of Science for many years.

The Web of Science is recognized as one of the world’s leading source of scholarly research data. The index is the only interface to include subject-specific, unbiased, curated content on emerging trends based on citation activity of the most impactful global and regional journals, books and proceedings.

The quarterly SNAME Journal of Ship Production and Design (JSPD: ISSN# 2158-2866, US $335.00, International $365.00, SNAME Members US $75.00, International, $90.00) features original and timely technical papers addressing problems of shipyard techniques and production of merchant and naval ships. The online edition of JSPD is available free to SNAME members.

The quarterly SNAME Journal of Ship Research (JSR: ISSN# 0022-4502, US $335.00, International $365.00, SNAME Members US $80.00, International, $95.00) publishes highly technical papers on applied research in hydrodynamics, propulsion, ship motions, structures and vibrations.

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