We are pleased to announce the expansion of Engineering Research Network (EngRN) with the addition of two new Subject Matter eJournals - Computational Fluid Dynamics eJournal and Environmental Engineering eJournal. The latter was split from the Civil & Environmental Engineering eJournal which has been renamed Civil Engineering eJournal to better reflect its new focus. If you are currently subscribed to Civil & Environmental Engineering eJournal, you will automatically be subscribed to the new Environmental Engineering eJournal.

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Description: This area includes content on civil engineering from any disciplinary perspective, often regarding structural or infrastructural systems in the public and/or private sectors. Topics include architectural engineering, construction engineering, earthquake engineering, forensic engineering, geotechnical engineering, hydraulic engineering, materials engineering, site development and planning, structural engineering, surveying, transportation engineering, and urban planning.

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Description: This area includes content on the use of numerical analysis and data structures to analyze and solve problems that involve fluid flows.

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Description: This area includes content on environmental engineering from any disciplinary perspective, often concerning solutions to environmental problems. Topics include green engineering, health and safety, hazardous materials, ocean engineering, sustainability, sanitation, and water resources engineering.

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