About the Journal of Rheology Online
The Journal of Rheology® formerly the Transactions of The Society of Rheology, is published six times per year by The Society of Rheology, a member society of the American Institute of Physics, through AIP Publishing LLC.
It provides in-depth interdisciplinary coverage of theoretical and experimental issues drawn from industry and academia. The Journal of Rheology is published for professionals and students in chemistry, physics, engineering, material science and mathematics.
For more than 50 years, this distinguished journal has been a vital resource for researchers working in the fields as diverse as polymer physics and fluid mechanics. It presents experimental results, phenomenological models and microscopic theories dealing with the rheological behavior of complex materials including foods, paints, plastics, lubricants, ceramics, coatings, glaciers, and biological fluids. This journal continues Transactions of The Society of Rheology (1957-1977) and Journal of Rheology (1929-1932).
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Publication History of the Journal of Rheology
JOR has had three distinct lifetimes: (a) 1929-1932, as the Journal of Rheology; (b) 1933-1939, when the journal was subsumed as a section in Vols. 4-10 of the journal Physics (as discrete sections called "Rheology Numbers") and then the Journal of Applied Physics; and (c) 1957-present, initially named Transactions of The Society of Rheology and beginning with Vol. I, numbered with Roman numerals through Vol. VIII, then with Arabic numerals from Vol. 9 forward, and then renamed Journal of Rheology from Vol. 22 forward. As part of restoring this seminal content to JOR Online, JOR subscribers have access to the full text of older articles appearing in Vols. 4-10 of JAP (listed below). Simply log in with your JOR username and password when prompted. While the JOR search engine binds 1930-32 and 1957-present content together, the articles of interest to rheology researchers appearing in JAP between 1933 and 1939 must be searched from JAP using pertinent query terms (searching of JAP is free to all users).
Note to users:This volume listing provides an aggregation of all Journal of Rheology (JOR) content since the journal's inception in 1929. JOR has had three distinct lifetimes:
1929-1932: As the Journal of Rheology
1933-1939: When the journal was subsumed as a section in Vols. 4-10 of the journal Physics (as discrete sections called "Rheology Numbers") and then the Journal of Applied Physics
1957-1977, initially named Transactions of The Society of Rheology and beginning with Vol. I, numbered with Roman numerals through Vol. VIII and 9-21
1978-present, the Journal of Rheology (previously Transactions of The Society of Rheology) switched to Arabic numerals starting at Volume 22 and forward.
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The Journal of Rheology® (ISSN: 0148-6055), formerly the Transactions of The Society of Rheology, is published six times per year (Jan./Feb., Mar./Apr., May/Jun., Jul./Aug., Sep./Oct., and Nov./Dec.), one volume per year, by The Society of Rheology, a member society of the American Institute of Physics, through the American Institute of Physics, Suite 1NO1, 2 Huntington Quadrangle, Melville, NY 11747-4502. See below for current subscription rates. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to AIP Circulation and Fulfillment Division, Suite 1NO1, 2 Huntington Quadrangle, Melville, NY 11747-4502. Periodicals postage paid at Huntington Station, NY, and additional mailing offices.
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Editor's Notice: Letters to the Editor, for publication, represent an important way for readers to call attention to errors or omissions in published manuscripts. These are always welcome and are earnestly solicited. The Editor would also welcome critiques concerning the journal and its contents that are not meant for publication and would be appreciative of receiving readers' views with regularity. Please be sure, however, that such more personal comments are marked clearly as being "not for publication."
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