Materiales de Construcción


Founded in 1951 at the Technical Institute for Construction and Cement, Materiales de Construcción is a quarterly, scientific Journal published in English, intended for researchers, plant technicians and other professionals engaged in the area of Construction, Materials Science and Technology. Scientific articles focus mainly on:
- Physics and chemistry of the formation of cement and other binders.
- Cement and concrete. Components (aggregate, admixtures, additions and similar). Behaviour and properties.
- Durability and corrosion of other construction materials.
- Restoration and conservation of the materials in heritage monuments.
- Weathering and the deterioration of construction materials.
- Use of industrial waste and by-products in construction.
- Manufacture and properties of other construction materials, such as: gypsum/plaster, lime, composite materials, polymers, recycled materials, stone, brick and tile, glass, wood and so forth.

Materiales de Construcción is covered by ISI-WoS (Science Citation Index, SCI and Journal Citation Reports Science Edition, JCR), Scopus-Elsevier, and other relevant national and international databases.

Impact Factor 2013 (2 years): 0.734
Impact Factor 2013 (5 years): 0.870
Rank: 32/58 (Q3, Construction and Building)
Rank: 185/251 (Q3, Materials Science)
Source: ©2014 Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports®

Eigenfactor / Percentile 2011: 0.000732 / 27
Article influence/ Percentile 2011: 0.2434 / 27
Eigenfactor Category: Material Engineering
Source: © 2012 University of Washington eigenFACTOR®

SJR 2013: 0.595
Rank: 48/236 (Q2, Building and Construction)
Rank: 152/529 (Q2, Materials Science, miscellaneous)
Rank: 114/359 (Q2, Mechanics of Materials)
Fuente: ©2013 Scimago Research Group, Data Source: Scopus®

Materiales de Construcción publishes online accepted and corrected articles in advance to the printed edition. Access to all contents of this online edition is immediate and unrestricted.
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