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International Journal of Engineering & Applied Sciences accepts original articles in the fields of engineering and applied sciences. IJEAS covers research in Applied Sciences, Mechanical and Civil Engineering, and Applied Mathematics is also accepted. Manuscripts should be prepared using the word processing software Microsoft Word. The general appearance of the manuscript should be as follows. Contributions are classified as research papers, Technical notes and review articles. Research papers should be a record of original research and approximately 18 pages in length. Short communications should be no longer than 10 pages. Review articles are also published but normally only on invitation. Interested authors should consult the Editor before preparation of such articles. Only work not previously published will ordinarily be accepted. If any tables or illustrations have been published elsewhere, it is the author’s responsibility to secure the necessary permission from the original publisher. Each manuscript must also be accompanied by a cover letter. All manuscript will be double blind peer reviewed and scanned by iThenticate® to prevent plagiarism.

  1. Title should be short but informative, centered, bold, and in capital letters with letter size 12 pt Times New Roman fonts.
  2. Name(s) of the author(s) should be given three lines below the title, centered, italic, lower case, and size 12 pt. Full addresses of the authors should be given.
  3. Abstract should be given two lines below the authors name(s) without any indents, size 10 pt. The paragraph should begin with Abstract and should not exceed 200 words highlighting the main points of the manuscript. Keywords should be given one line below the abstract without any indents; size 10 pt. Maximum 5 keywords should be given.
  4. Manuscripts should be typed in single column format on one side of the paper (A4) with a 2.5 cm. margin for all sides, 12 pt Times New Roman font and one line spacing. Manuscripts should not exceed 15 pages including tables, figures and references. The manuscript includes the figures and tables.
  5. All sections and subsections should be numbered.
  6. Tables and figures should be prepared in related computer software(s) and others should be drawn according to technical drawing rules. Tables should be numbered and placed on the corresponding table. Figures should be numbered and placed under the corresponding figure. Description of the figures should be given one line under the figure caption. All figures and tables must be cited in the text. Figures and Tables must be incorporated into the main text. Figures and Tables including captions must be given in the manuscript as embedded.
  7. Equations should appear centered and their numbers should appear flushed right in parentheses. A blank line should be left before and after the equation line.
  8. Units should be metric and follow SI convention.
  9. Citations within the body of a paper are given as Arabic numerals.  These numerals are of the same type size and font as the text material; the numerals are enclosed in brackets [ ]; and the numerals precede any text-related punctuation that may appear.  Multiple references are given within a single set of brackets. The following are examples of reference citations that conform to the IJEAS style:


[1] Reddy, J.N., Energy Principles and Variational Methods in Applied Mechanics, John Wiley & Sons,  2nd Edition, 2002


[2] Wei, G.W., Zhao, Y.B.  and  Xiang, Y., Discrete singular convolution and its application to the analysis of plates with internal supports,  I Theory and algorithm.  International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 55, 913-946, 2002.


[3] Viola, E.,  Tornabene, F., Ferretti, E., Fantuzzi, N., Soft core plane state structures under static loads using GDQFEM and Cell Method, International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering and Sciences (ICCES2013), Seattle, USA, 24-28 May 2013.


[4] Cookson, A.H., Particle Trap for Compressed Gas Insulated Transmission Systems, 1985, US Patent 4554399.

Clearly indicate who is responsible for correspondence at all stages of refereeing and publication, including post-publication. On the manuscript, the corresponding author should be identified by an asterisk and footnote. Ensure that telephone and fax numbers (with country and area code) are provided in addition to the e-mail address and the complete postal address.

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