Types of Papers
ACT publishes chiefly scientific papers, technical
reports, discussions and JCI Committee
reports. Occasionally, invited review articles, case studies, and selected articles from JCI
conferences may be considered for publication.
Scientific papers should report original scientific research work on concrete technology,
covering pertinent topics on materials, structures and environments.
Technical papers should be high-quality scientific articles that contribute to progressof
concrete technology. [Sample paper]
Technical reports should convey (deliver) the latest advances in modern design and
construction of concrete structures, development of new materials and novel testing methods,
as well as innovative techniques on concrete technology.
Discussions should include significant comments or queries concerning the content of a
scientific paper or technical report published in a previous ACT issue. Discussions should
be concisely documented and limited to 2,000 words. 00