Journal of Vibroengineering

Journal of Vibroengineering

publishes original papers presenting the state of the art in Vibroengineering of Dynamical Systems.

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Journal of Vibroengineering (JVE) ISSN (Print) 1392-8716, ISSN (Online) 2538-8460 is a prestigious peer reviewed International Journal specializing in theoretical and practical aspects of Vibration Engineering. It is indexed in Clarivative Analytics (Emerging Sources Citation Index - ESCI) and other major scientific databases. Established in 1997 and published 8 times a year (every 1.5 months), the journal attracts attention from the International Engineering Community.

The List of Principal Topics

  • Mechanical vibrations and applications;
  • Fault diagnosis based on vibration signal analysis;
  • Vibration generation and control;
  • Seismic engineering and applications;
  • Modal analysis and applications;
  • Vibration in transportation engineering;
  • Flow induced structural vibrations;
  • Oscillations in biomedical engineering;
  • Chaos, nonlinear dynamics and applications;
  • Oscillations in Electrical Engineering;
  • Accoustics, noise control and engineering applications;
  • Fractional dynamics and applications;

Journal is indexed in

  • CLARIVATE ANALYTICS: Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI).
  • SCOPUS: ELSEVIER Bibliographic Database.
  • EI COMPENDEX: ELSEVIER Bibliographic Database.
  • EBSCO:
    • Academic Search Complete;
    • Computers and Applied Sciences Complete;
    • Central and Eastern European Academic Source;
    • Current Abstracts;
    • Shock and Vibration Digest;
    • TOC Premier.
  • Gale Cengage Learning:
    • Academic OneFile Custom Periodical;
    • Science in Context.
  • INSPEC: OCLC. The Database for Physics, Electronics and Computing.
  • Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ):
  • Google Scholar:
  • CNKI Scholar:
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Publication dates

Issue 1
February 15th
Issue 2
March 31st
Issue 3
May 15th
Issue 4
June 30th
Issue 5
August 15th
Issue 6
September 30th
Issue 7
November 15th
Issue 8
December 31st
Clarivate Analytics
Journal of Vibroengineering is covered in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), which means all articles published in the journal are indexed in Web of Science at the time of publication.
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Editor in Chief

Prof. Minvydas Ragulskis

Kaunas University of Technology, JVE International, Lithuania

Founding Editor

Prof. Kazimieras Ragulskis

Lithuanian Academy of Sciences

Editorial Board
H. Adeli The Ohio State University, (USA)
V. Babitsky Loughborough University, (UK)
R. Bansevičius Kaunas University of Technology, (Lithuania)
M. Bayat Roudehen Branch, Islamic Azad University, (Iran)
I. Blekhman Mekhanobr – Tekhnika Corporation, (Russia)
K. Bousson University of Beira Interior, (Portugal)
A. Bubulis Kaunas University of Technology, (Lithuania)
R. Burdzik Silesian University of Technology, (Poland)
M. S. Cao Hohai University, (China)
Lu Chen Beihang University, (China)
F. Chernousko Institute for Problems in Mechanics, (Russia)
Z. Dabrowski Warsaw University of Technology, (Poland)
Y. Davydov Institute of Machine Building Mechanics, (Russia)
J. Duhovnik University of Ljubljana, (Slovenia)
S. Ersoy Marmara University, (Turkey)
A. Fedaravičius Kaunas University of Technology, (Lithuania)
R. Ganiev Blagonravov Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, (Russia)
W. H. Hsieh National Formosa University, (Taiwan)
V. Kaminskas Vytautas Magnus University, (Lithuania)
V. Kappatos University of Southern Denmark, (Denmark)
V. Klyuev Association Spektr – Group, (Russia)
G. Kulvietis Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, (Lithuania)
V. Lyalin Izhevsk State Technical University, (Russia)
R. Martonka Technical University of Liberec, (Czech Republic)
R. Maskeliūnas Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, (Lithuania)
L. E. Muñoz Universidad de los Andes, (Colombia)
N. Nistico University of Roma La Sapienza, (Italy)
V. Ostaševičius Kaunas University of Technology, (Lithuania)
A. Palevičius Kaunas University of Technology, (Lithuania)
G. Panovko Blagonravov Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, (Russia)
L. Qiu Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, (China)
S. Rakheja Concordia University, (Canada)
V. Ranjan Bennett University, (India)
V. Royzman Khmelnitskiy National University, (Ukraine)
G. E. Sandoval-Romero The National Autonomous University of Mexico, (Mexico)
M. A. F. Sanjuan University Rey Juan Carlos, (Spain)
E. Shahmatov Samara State Aerospace University, (Russia)
A. El Sinawi The Petroleum Institute, (United Arab Emirates)
G. Song University of Houston, (USA)
S. Toyama Tokyo A&T University, (Japan)
K. Uchino The Pennsylvania State University, (USA)
A. Vakhguelt Nazarbayev University, (Kazakhstan)
A. Valiulis Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, (Lithuania)
P. Vasiljev Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences, (Lithuania)
J. Viba Riga Technical University, (Latvia)
J. Wallaschek Leibniz University Hannover, (Germany)
Xiao-Jun Yang China University of Mining and Technology, (China)

Submission and publishing charges


Your manuscript should be submitted online via JVE Journal Management System (JMS)
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Your manuscript should be uploaded in Microsoft Word and Adobe PDF formats. Note that if your manuscript is accepted for publication, the manuscript will be reprocessed by JVE team. But to start with, manuscript format should conform the Paper Template.

Article processing charges

The publication costs of an article are paid from an author's research budget, or by their supporting institution, in the form of Article Processing Charges of 500 EUR.

Refund Policy

Once an article has been accepted for publication, any Article Processing Charges on the article become due. The submitting author assumes responsibility for the Article Processing Charges, and JVE International will not issue refunds of any kind.

Editor's Pick

Dynamic analysis of offshore wind turbine blades under the action of wind shear and fluctuating wind

  • A theoretical model including FSI was established for wind turbine rotating blades.
  • The dynamic responses under four conditions were analyzed.
  • Dynamic characteristics under the combined action or only wind shear were carried out.
  • Results provide references for reliability operation and optimal design of blades.

A VCM-based novel whole-spacecraft vibration isolation device: simulation and experiment

In the launching process, the spacecraft situated in an extreme dynamic environment may withstand by various dynamic loads such as noise loading in the fairing, motor excited vibration, shock of the separation devices, etc. To achieve a successful launching, the device called whole-spacecraft vibration isolator is usually installed between the adapter and the spacecraft to prevent the later from being damage. A novel WSVI device, which composed of supporting leaf springs, voice coil motors (VCM) and actuator supports, is designed to suppress the structural vibration of the spacecraft in this paper. The novel WSVI device features small space footprint and light weight, and satisfy the design requirement of vibration isolation without changing of the Payload Adaptor Fitting structure. A dynamic model of the WSVI device is established to evaluate the performance of the system. The dynamic characteristics and responses subjected to external excitation are studied for the spacecraft installed with WSVI. The vibration isolation performance is analyzed after turning the VCM into passive dampers. The results show that the novel WSVI device, which can reduce the amplitude of vibration response of the spacecraft significantly, is valid for vibration suppression of the spacecraft.

A new weak fault diagnosis method based on multi-scale wavelet noise tuning cascaded multi-stable stochastic resonance

For detecting the weak fault diagnosis submerged in heavy noise, a new method called multi-scale cascaded multi-stable stochastic resonance (MCMSR) is studied. The method can effectively extract weak fault diagnosis from noise background using multi-scale wavelet noise tuning stochastic resonance (SR). Firstly, input signal with noise is decomposed by multi-scale wavelets transformation, and each scale signal is adjusted by scaling factor, then the decomposed signal is used as the input of cascaded multi-stable systems to achieve the detection of fault diagnosis. If the input signal is a large parameter signal, to conform to the conditions of SR, the decomposed signal must be processed by twice sampling. The simulation and experimental signals are carried out to test the feasibility of the method. From the signal to noise ratio (SNR) comparison curves of original signal, SR output signal and MCMSR output signal plotted together, we can find that the useful signal can be enhanced by MCMSR method than SR method. The experimental results indicate that the MCMSR can extract fault diagnosis from heavy background noise.

Review Process

All manuscripts will be assigned to at least two qualified reviewers through 7 steps described below. Decisions will be made as rapidly as possible, and the journal strives to return reviewers’ comments to authors within 6-12 weeks.

On receiving an article, the Editorial office will pre-screen your manuscript in 1 week. The Editor in charge of the manuscript will check whether the manuscript is valid, does fall into the scope of the Journal, the presentation language is fluent, and the contribution to the state of the art is clear.

Following is a formal review process accomplished by external anonymous reviewers. Please note that the final decision on the acceptance / rejection of your manuscript is upon the Editor-in-Chief or one of the Associate Editors.

  1. Manuscript Submission – A manuscript code is assigned to every submission – authors are urged to use this code for any further communication regarding this manuscript. The manuscript is assigned to one of the Associated Editors (members of the Editorial Board of the Journal).
  2. Pre-reviewing (Editorial Office) – Initial Screening of the Manuscript – the Manuscript can be rejected or forwarded to the peer review process at this stage. A Reject decision can be immediately reached if the anti-plagiarism software does show a non-satisfactory score (over 5 %).
  3. Peer Review – External Anonymous Reviewers are assigned (if the manuscript is not rejected up to this point).
  4. Reviewer’s reports are collected by at the Editorial Office of the Journal. The Associated Editor is either rejecting the Manuscript – or requesting a revision from the authors based on the Reviewers’ comments (Minor, Major Revision requests or the Reject recommendation).
  5. Authors return their revised manuscript to the Editorial Office. The Associated Editor is taking a decision – Accept, the Second Round of Revision, or Reject – the decision is communicated to the Authors. The process is iterated to the point No. 2 if an additional revision is requested by the reviewers.
  6. Authors are allowed to perform two rounds of revisions. If Reviewers are not convinced by the arguments of authors after the second round of revisions – the manuscript is automatically rejected. In case the two assigned reviewers do have conflicting recommendations, a judge reviser (usually selected from the members of the Editorial Board of the Journal) is invited to give a final recommendation.
  7. The final decision is communicated to the Authors.

Conditions of Acceptance

Each article submitted to JVE will be accepted or rejected according to the originality, contribution to the state of the art in the field, the fitness to the scope of the Journal, quality of content, and presentation of the submitted manuscript.

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