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9/2018

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OUR COVER PHOTO is a reproduction of Fig.2 from the paper by Coloschi et al., on pages 183-194. It shows the microstructures of the steels under analysis (described in the paper) in the as-milled condition. The white arrows indicate the steel rolling direction in each micrograph.

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The Journal of Pipeline Engineering has been accepted by the Scopus Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB) to be part of the Scopus database and to be included in the SciVerse Scopus index. It has also been accepted for inclusion in the Norwegian Social Science Data Services莓D頒egister for Scientific Journals (http://www.nsd.uib.no), accreditation for which is led by the Norwegian Association of Higher Education Institutions (http://www.uhr.no).

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About the Journal

Established in 2001, The Journal of Pipeline Engineering (incorporating the Journal of Pipeline Integrity) is an independent, international, quarterly journal, devoted to all aspects of engineering for oil, gas, and products pipelines.

Each issue of the quarterly Journal reviews technical advances in a wide range of engineering subjects, encompassing: new and emerging technologies and their applications; pipeline design; corrosion prediction, detection, and mitigation; inspection and integrity assessment methods and tools; defect assessment and maintenance prioritization; pipeline data management, integration and analysis; and other areas relevant to this expanding science.

Information for Authors

The Journal of Pipeline Engineering now uses the Open Journal Systems manuscript-management system, provided by Journal Editorial Services, for accepting and processing manuscripts, peer-reviewing, and informing authors of comments and manuscript acceptance.

Please go to http://jes-pipe-eng.com to submit your paper into this system: the necessary instructions can be found via links on the opening page. Manuscript files can be uploaded in text or PDF format.
See here for our notes for contributors.

Please contact the editor (see the link on the Contact page, above) if you require any assistance.

The Journal of Pipeline Engineering is published by:
Great Southern Press
PO Box 21, Beaconsfield
HP9 1NS, UK

in association with:

Clarion Technical Publishers
3401 Louisiana, Suite 110
Houston, TX 77002
USA


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