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Fatigue of Aircraft Structures

The Journal of Institute of Aviation

Print ISSN - 2081-7738
Online ISSN - 2300-7591

The primary version of the journal is the online one.

The publication focuses on problems of aeronautical fatigue and structural integrity. The preferred topics include:

  • full-scale fatigue testing of aircraft and aircraft structural components,
  • fatigue of materials and structures,
  • advanced materials and innovative structural concepts,
  • damage tolerant design of aircraft structure,
  • life extension and management of ageing fleets,
  • structural health monitoring and loads,
  • fatigue crack growth and life prediction methods,
  • NDT inspections,
  • airworthiness considerations.

Why subscribe and read

Because, it gives information on recent works from the area of fatigue of aircraft structures. A lot of works are presented by domestic and worldwide researchers.

Why submit

Because, it gives you a chance for presentation your own works. Publication once a year. No publication charge.

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Instructions for Authors

All submissions must be an original work in English. We prefer submissions via email.

The structure of the published paper is, as follows:

  • the work title,
  • names of authors, their academic titles, affiliations, e-mail addresses,
  • key words,
  • work abstract,
  • introduction, containing the work object and purpose, the research and analytical methods, etc.

and at the end of the paper:

  • summary of the work,
  • references.

Technical parameters

  • recommended text editor: Microsoft Word,
  • format for the publication manuscript – A-4, margins 25 mm, single column text,
  • Times New Roman font, size 12 pt – recommended,
  • document should not contain author’s formatting, one should only select paragraphs, automatic update of the content of the document should be excluded,
  • mathematical formulas, equations, etc. must be created in Microsoft Word Equation Editor or the Design Science „Mathtype” editor, font size 12 pt,
  • illustrations are to be legible (able to be reduced or enlarged), font and font size on all illustrations should be of the same type,.
    illustrations may be embedded in the document, but it is desirable to enclose them in a separate graphic file with a resolution at least 300 dpi for the final format of illustrations,
  • for low resolution digital photo’s files attached to manuscript is desirable to add photo originals to scan them in a publishing office - which will increase the quality of publication, materials will be returned to the author,
  • if drawings or photographs copyrights are not owned by the author, indicate the source and permission to publish them.


Manuscript should be submitted in MS Word format together with PDF sample via email to the Editor of Fatigue of Aircraft Structures, Antoni Niepokólczycki, at antoni.niepokolczycki@ilot.edu.pl.

The peer-review and publication process:

Each manuscript is subjected to the pre-selection process by the Editorial Board within 2 weeks after its submission.
Next, if the result of the pre-selection process is positive, qualified reviewers will review the manuscript.
The accepted paper will be published online immediately after the proofreading and formatting processes.


Antoni Niepokólczycki, Institute of Aviation, Poland

Editorial Scientific Advisory Board
Prof. Anders Blom, Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), Sweden
Marcel Bos, National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR), The Netherlands
Dr. Ravinder Chona, US Air Force Research Laboratory, USA
Prof. Krzysztof Dragan, Air Force Institute of Technology, Poland
Jerzy Komorowski, JPWK Aerospace, Canada
Prof. Mirosław Rodzewicz, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Prof. Krzysztof Szafran, Institute of Aviation, Poland

List of Reviewers
Prof. Maciej Bossak, Institute of Aviation, Poland
Prof. Krzysztof Dragan, Air Force Institute of Technology, Poland
Prof. Michel Guillaume, ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
Dr. Jerzy Kaniowski, Poland
Prof. Małgorzata Karolus, University of Silesia, Poland
Prof. Jerzy Kozak, Institute of Aviation, Poland
Prof. Luigi Lazzeri, University of Pisa, Italy
Prof. Andrzej Leski, Institute of Aviation, Poland
Dr. Wojciech Manaj, Office of Technical Inspection (UDT), Poland
Prof. Grzegorz Socha, Institute of Aviation, Poland

Thematic Editors
Prof. Maciej Bossak, Institute of Aviation, Poland
Dr. Jerzy Kaniowski, Poland
Prof. Andrzej Leski, Institute of Aviation, Poland
Dr. Wojciech Manaj, Office of Technical Inspection (UDT), Poland
Dr. Antoni Niepokólczycki, Institute of Aviation, Poland
Prof. Grzegorz Socha, Institute of Aviation, Poland

Language Editors
Dominika Palmowska, Poland

Statistic Editor
Artur Markowski, Versita, Poland

Wydawnictwa Naukowe Instytutu Lotnictwa
Adres redakcji: Al. Krakowska 110/114?02-256 Warszawa

Antoni Niepokólczycki,
tel. +48 22 846 08 01 (ext.546)
e-mail: Antoni.niepokolczycki@ilot.edu.pl

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