The purpose is to collect research, forensic and engineering output of the highest scholarly standards synthesized in the 10 years passed since the event.
Multidisciplinary and international contributions are especially encouraged. Topics of interests include: WTC 1, 2, 5 and 7, the crash, fires, structural response, collapse, forensic conclusions, experiments, modelling, Fire and Rescue intervention, human behaviour, building design, post-collapse fires and recovery, previous attacks on WTC and related subjects.
Submissions will be accepted until 11th Nov 2011 at: http://fire.edmgr.com (choose article type "World Trace Center") .
The call for papers flyer can do downloaded here. Please spread the word, we are looking for a wide range of high quality submissions.
For further information, contact the Associate Editor of this special issue: Dr Guillermo Rein, The University of Edinburgh.
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