The Structural Engineer network stands as an authoritative guide to design and construction for this specialized and powerful consumer. Structural engineers must continuously expand their knowledge of the fundamentals while also keeping up with new information. They need a resource that identifies critical information and displays it in a concise and understandable format. Structural Engineer offers complete coverage of industry trends, introduction to new products, technical how-to’s, code developments, and powerful tricks and techniques. To complete the package, Structural Engineer also covers legal issues, marketing, and business management.
General: Contributors are encouraged to query the editor before submitting editorial, although this is not a requirement. An outline, abstract, or informal description of the article are all acceptable formats for the query. Unsolicited news and product releases are accepted via e-mail. A brief biography of the author is appreciated. Feature articles are accepted via e-mail or postal mail on a CD. Contributors must disclose financial, economic, or professional interest or affiliations that may influence the position taken or methods advocated in their submissions.
The editor prefers that press releases be sent via e-mail, either within the body of the message or as an attached Microsoft Word document..
Feature articles must be submitted exclusively to Structural Engineer for first publication. If it is declined by Structural Engineer, it may be submitted elsewhere for publication.
Content: Articles should be authored with consideration of our audience and their daily work. News events, research developments, emerging technologies, management issues, and technical engineering information are all appropriate topics. All contributions are subject to editing for length, content, and appropriate style.
Length: News articles should be 300 to 800 words in length and focus on topical issues rather than detailed technical information. Technical feature articles are to be 1,200 to 2,000 words in length and technical in nature. They generally take a "how to" tone and detail some aspect of structural engineering and design. Non-technical feature articles of 1,000 to 1,500 words in length will also be considered for publication.
Artwork: Contributors are encouraged to submit artwork. Digital images at a resolution of 300 dpi at 4x5 inches or larger in JPG, EPS, TIFF, or PSD format are the preferred format, but color prints (no smaller than 4x6 inches) may be accepted. Graphs, charts, and renderings are also welcome. Please e-mail images, post on an ftp website, or send via postal mail on a CD.
Copyright: All published contributions become the property of ZweigWhite, and may be reproduced again at any future time in print, electronic, or other format at the discretion of the publisher.
THE 2014 EDITORIAL CALENDAR containing a list of topics scheduled for the year will be available soon! For more information, please contact the editor.
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