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Comptes Rendus. Mécanique

About the journal



 

The Comptes Rendus - Mécanique are a peer-reviewed, open-access diamond electronic journal that publishes original research articles, journal articles, and texts reflecting the activity of the Academy des sciences in the field of mechanics: dynamic systems / solid mechanics / fluid mechanics / acoustics, waves, vibrations / automation, signal processing.


 

History

The Comptes Rendus de l'Académie des Sciences, created in 1835 by Arago, allows researchers to quickly share their work with the international scientific community. They publish short articles, announcements of significant new results, but also updates, conference proceedings and thematic issues.

The Comptes Rendus de l'Académie des Sciences include seven journals: Mathématique, Mécanique, Physique, Géoscience, Palevol, Chimie and Biologies.


 

Supports

This open access diamond policy is made possible by the support of several institutions:


Archiving Policy

The Journal's content is archived by CLOCKSS archiving system to ensure long-term availability.


 

Fees

There are no publication or subscription fees for Comptes Rendus Mécanique.


 

Indexation

The Comptes Rendus - Mécanique are indexed by: Scopus, INSPEC, Web of science.


 

Free access to all content

All its content is available for harvesting via a OAI-PMH server.


 

Impact Factor 2019

1,509 © Clarivate Analytics Journal Citation Reports 2020