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Database Description:
ICE Publishing journals are the most comprehensive civil engineering serials portfolio in the world and provide a unique forum for dialogue between the worlds of research and practice.

The journal series, begun in 1836 with the flagship title Proceedings of the ICE – Civil Engineering, is the most highly established in the field and includes 34 international peer-reviewed journals covering every major aspect of civil engineering and construction, plus a developing portfolio in the burgeoning field of materials science.

The ICE Publishing journals archives date from 1836 and is fully searchable online. Containing 167 years of some of the most important research published in civil engineering, the Archive includes content from all of the ICE journals, including the highly influential and impactful Géotechnique, Magazine of Concrete Research, and Structures and Buildings.
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