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Electronic Journal of Structural Engineering (EJSE)

The Electronic Journal of Structural Engineering (EJSE) is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal. Since its inception in 2001, EJSE has been at the forefront as one of the world's first digital journals, providing an international forum for the dissemination and discussion of cutting-edge research and practical applications in structural engineering. Published by Electronic Journals for Science and Engineering - International (EJSEI), based in Australia, EJSE continues to play a vital role in advancing the field. If you are planning to submit your work to EJSE, please visit: Submissions Page

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Vol. 24 (2024): Special Issue: Global Hemp Manufacturing and Commercialisation Opportunities
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Discover the latest insights from the Global Hemp Summit 2023 with our special issue featuring five groundbreaking papers. Held at the University of Melbourne on 27-28 September 2023, this summit brought together experts to explore the potential of hemp across various domains. From analyzing market opportunities for hemp-lime composites in construction to evaluating the feasibility of producing hemp-based insulation, these papers offer valuable perspectives on harnessing the power of hemp for sustainable solutions. With topics ranging from microwave-assisted pyrolysis for waste management to establishing hemp value chains in Northern Australia, these papers provide actionable insights for researchers, policymakers, and industry professionals interested in unlocking the potential of hemp. Dive into this special issue to uncover the transformative possibilities of hemp for a greener and more sustainable future.

Published: 2024-04-29

Special Issues

  • Market opportunity analysis: What market factors influence and determine hemp-lime composites becoming a mainstream building product?

    Glennan Donoghoe
  • An Overview of Microwave Assisted Pyrolysis for Waste Management, with Some Thoughts about Processing Industrial Hemp and Other Woody Wastes

    Graham Brodie, Mohan V. Jacob
  • Processing of hemp and cannabis residue into non-adhesive chipboards and wall panels

    Yaakov Anker, Edward Bormashenko, Yelena Bormashenko, Zeev Mor Haim, Yaniv Knop
  • Potential of Establishing Industrial Hemp Value Chains in Northern Australia

    Induni Mahisha Kumari Vijaya Kumar, Muhammad Sohail Mazhar, Shah Nawaz
  • Assessing the opportunity for producing hemp-based insulation in the Australian market

    Philip Christopher, Lu Aye, Neda Nematollahi, Tuan Ngo
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