International Journal of Architectural Engineering Technology is a peer-reviewed academic journal for propagation practice-based information on the engineering and technical issues on all aspects of building design and construction. We aim to publish the most complete and reliable information on the discoveries and current developments in the mode of original articles, review articles, case reports, short communications in all areas of the fields above. IJAET provides a platform to facilitate the exchange of information between architects and engineers and maintain the encroachment of engineers and architects.
Call for Paper: Filling the Gaps in Research on High Volume Fly Ash Based High Performance Concrete
Fly ash is the most potential replacement material in cement concrete due to its lower carbon footprint and often better life cycle performance. The modified concrete achieves higher strength, porosity, and heat of hydration and microstructure. It is very economical and environmental-friendly compared to standard cement paste.
This Special Issue is focused on studying, analyzing, and understanding various ongoing research works in High Volume Fly Ash Based High-Performance Concrete.
Call for Paper: The Acoustic Characteristics of Religious Buildings
One of the fundamental acoustic experiences in a culture is the sound of Religious Buildings.
This special issue explores the acoustic characteristics of religious buildings (e.g., temples, mosques, churches, etc.). We invite academics, architects, and acousticians to not only highlight the methods used but to seek new paths in this era of scientific convergence. We accept original research papers and review articles focusing on various topics with the architectural acoustics of religious buildings as the point of reference.
Topics covered include
- architectural culture
- planning and financing
- building-system integration
- structural and computer-aided design
- design and analysis of HVAC (Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning)
- fire protection and electrical system
- energy conservation
- conversion and renovation
- artistic practices and urbanism