The review of the suggested title “Engineering Letters” (ISSN 1816-093X) is now completed. We are pleased to inform you that the title has been accepted for addition in Scopus by the Content Selection and Advisory Board. The title will be added to Scopus as soon as we have access to the first issues.
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