The journal is published quarterly by the Tire Society, Inc., an Ohio not-for-profit corporation whose objective is to increase and disseminate knowledge of the science and technology of tires.
Topics of interest to journal readers include, but are not limited to: adhesion, aerospace, aging, agriculture, automotive, composite materials, constitutive modeling, contact mechanics, cord mechanics, curing, design theories, durability, elastomers, finite element analysis, force and moment behavior, groove wander, heat build up, hydroplaning, impact, manufacturing, mechanics, military, noise, pavement, performance evaluation, racing, rolling resistance, snow and ice, soil, standing waves, stiffness, strength, traction, vehicle dynamics, vibration, wear.
Tire Science and Technology is the world's leading technical journal dedicated to tires. The Editor publishes original contributions that address the development and application of experimental, analytical, or computational science in which the tire figures prominently. Review papers may also be published.
The journal aims to assure its readers authoritative, critically reviewed articles and the authors accessibility of their work in the permanent literature.