Quick Guidelines

Before Start:

Please read Author’s Guidelines or read the following quick guidelines

Please Also Read Double-Blind Peer Review Guidelines

Important points:

-The manuscript pages must be less or equal to 25 pages including figures and tables, for review articles the number of pages may reach 35 pages.

-The manuscript one column

-The manuscript includes

  • Title in English & Arabic language.
  • Abstract in English & Arabic language.
  • Keywords in the English language.
  • Address (affiliation) for all authors.
  • Email and ORCID for all authors.
  • All references are in English and some may be written in Roman script.
  • All references must be arranged according to TJES references style (not APA style).

Text

  • The manuscript should be 1.5-spaced using A4 paper.
  • All margins (top, bottom, left, and right) should be 25 mm.
  • Use a normal Georgia font of 12 points for the text.
  • For textual emphasis use italic types all that must be in one column.
  • Use the functions table of your word processing program, not spreadsheets, to make tables. Tables are referred to in the text by “Table n” (capital T).
  • Place any figure legends or tables in the mentioned text.
  • Using the Blue color for Table, Eq. (no.), Fig. n, Figs. n1-n3 or n1,n5,  and Ref [no.] .
  • All figures and tables must be placed inside the manuscript (not at the end of the manuscript).
  • Figures are referred to in the text by “Fig.n” (capital F).
  • All figures and tables must be put in the preferred location in the body of the manuscript.
  • Using the figure wrap text format in the text as In line with the text.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

the aim

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS

requerment

Plagiarism

 

EDITORIAL PROCEDURE

Papers must present scientific results that are essentially new. They have to be written in English using either American or British spelling throughout.  All manuscripts are subject to peer review. Authors should submit their manuscripts to the Editorial Office online to facilitate even quicker and more efficient processing. Manuscripts that are returned to the authors for revision should be sent back within the deadlines; otherwise, they will be considered withdrawn. Rejected manuscripts will not be returned to the authors. Papers that didn’t conform to the journal norms may be returned to the authors for revision before being considered for publication. The author is responsible for the accuracy of the references.

TYPES OF MANUSCRIPTS

TJNR publishes original research articles, review articles, and technical notes, that adds significantly to the body of knowledge concerning science and engineering.

The Journal accepts 5 types of articles that are defined as follows:

1-Research Articles: A research article is a regular article that aims to present new findings. Manuscripts of Full-length Original Articles should include an abstract (Purpose, Methods, Results, and main Conclusion), Introduction, Experimental Methods, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgment, and References.  Figures, and Tables. Graphics, images, and diagrams should be submitted in a high-quality original format.

2-Review Articles: A review article is an article that aims to present comprehensively already existing findings. Review articles are intended to provide an updated perspective on a certain subject that could be relevant to the readership of the journal. Review articles should include an abstract…….etc., and new findings.

3-Technical Notes: A note is an article (regular or short) that aims to present rather new findings. Technical notes do not exceed four printed pages (including figures and tables). They are the appropriate form for new findings, original preliminary results, comments on papers published in the journal, or important new records. A Technical Note should not include an abstract. Technical notes will be reviewed as normal papers.

4-Selected Conference articles: Upon an agreement with the conference committee, selected papers may be published by the Journal in a special or regular issue. In this case, the editor will appoint in collaboration with the conference committee guest editors.

5-Erratum: a correction of a published text. As a general rule, publishers issue an erratum for a production error (i.e., an error introduced during the publishing process) and a corrigendum for an author’s error. It is usually bound into the back of a book, but for a single error, a slip of paper detailing a corrigendum may be bound in before or after the page on which the error appears. An erratum may also be issued shortly after its original text is published.

Categories

 -Electrical and Electronic Engineering
-Mechanical Engineering
-Environmental Engineering
-Chemical Engineering
-Civil and Structural Engineering  

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MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION

TJES publishes original research articles, review articles, and technical notes, that adds significantly to the body of knowledge concerning science and engineering.

The Journal accepts 5 types of articles that are defined as follows:

1-Research Articles: A research article is a regular article that aims to present new findings. Manuscripts of Full-length Original Articles should include an abstract (Purpose, Methods, Results, and main Conclusion), Introduction, Experimental Methods, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgment, and References.  Figures, and Tables. Graphics, images, and diagrams should be submitted in a high-quality original format.

2-Review Articles: A review article is an article that aims to present comprehensively already existing findings. Review articles are intended to provide an updated perspective on a certain subject that could be relevant to the readership of the journal. Review articles should include an abstract…….etc., and new findings.

3-Technical Notes: A note is an article (regular or short) that aims to present rather new findings. Technical notes do not exceed four printed pages (including figures and tables). They are the appropriate form for new findings, original preliminary results, comments on papers published in the journal, or important new records. A Technical Note should not include an abstract. Technical notes will be reviewed as normal papers.

4-Selected Conference articles: Upon an agreement with the conference committee, selected papers may be published by the Journal in a special or regular issue. In this case, the editor will appoint in collaboration with the conference committee guest editors.

5-Erratum: a correction of a published text. As a general rule, publishers issue an erratum for a production error (i.e., an error introduced during the publishing process) and a corrigendum for an author’s error. It is usually bound into the back of a book, but for a single error, a slip of paper detailing a corrigendum may be bound in before or after the page on which the error appears. An erratum may also be issued shortly after its original text is published.

GENERAL GUIDELINES

Manuscripts should be submitted using the Online Manuscript Submission and tracking system (OJS system). The manuscript must be prepared using Microsoft Word. A PDF file derived from Word can be used at the initial submission beside the Word file. However, the source files (MS Word file) of the revised manuscripts are required, PDF files are no anymore accepted at this stage. 

A Cover Letter should be submitted as a separate file, to clarify how the article will contribute to scientific knowledge. A Letter containing the authors’ Point-by-Point responses to reviewers’ comments is mandatory and should be submitted as a separate file along with the revised manuscripts.

SPECIFIC GUIDELINES

Article Title

The title is CAPITALIZED AND SET IN BOLDFACE (Georgia 22 point bold). 

Number of Pages

The manuscript pages must be less or equal to 25 pages including figures and tables, for review articles the number of pages may reach 35 pages.

Author’s Name and Affiliation

The author’s name(s) follows the title and is left on the page (Georgia 12 point). Last names should be spelled out in full and succeeded by the author’s initials. The author’s affiliation, complete mailing address, and e-mail address (all in font size 10 point, Georgia), ORCID, and phone number are provided immediately below the author’s name.

The maximum length of the abstract is 350 words. No literature references should be contained in the abstract. The abstract should briefly state the objective and approach and give a succinct summary of results and major conclusions should be drawn in one paragraph and a single column. Emphasis should be on what was found, not what was done.

Abstract

The maximum length of the abstract is 350 words. No literature references should be contained in the abstract. The abstract should briefly state the objective and approach and give a succinct summary of results and major conclusions should be drawn in one paragraph and a single column. Emphasis should be on what was found, not what was done.

Keywords

The author should provide five to seven keywords that clearly describe the subject matter of the paper and after the abstract for indexing purposes. The keywords must be arranged alphabetically.

Highlights

Highlights are 3 – 5 bullets points that help increase the discoverability of your article via search engines. These