Author Guidelines

- We advise Authors to make online submission for all their work for publication in the JENGSCI.
Please note that Make a Submission button can be used for the submission that is available on Journal’s website.
- To make impartial decision JENGSCI uses double-blind peer review policy that means identities of the authors and reviewers are not revealed to each other.
- Two outcomes are possible for your submission, the first is an immediate rejection and the second is to send the submission for external review. After the review, Editor-in-chief will make decision to revise, reject or accept.
- JENGSCI will try to make prompt decisions on manuscript, however, please be patient for 8 to 10 weeks to receive the initial outcomes of your submission.
- In case of revision, Editor-in-chief can send the article for the review once again depending upon the intensity of requested revision.
- If authors fail to submit revisions in the given time, JEDS will treat the revision as a new submission.
- Authors must ensure that their submission is original, and they have obtained all the necessary permissions for the use of any third-party material. They should also cite all the references in a proper way

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Manuscript Template

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Word processing format: The accepted format for your manuscript is Word.

Manuscript structure

1)         Title: The manuscript should have a short concise and informative title.

2)         Authors: the names, affiliations, full address, and emails of every author should be submitted (Author information are needed after acceptance).

3)         Abstract: A single paragraph that gives an overview of the work.

4)         Keywords: list of keywords or phrases to describe the topic, applications, and utilization of the manuscript.

5)         Introduction: the introduction presents the study in a broad context, highlights its importance, defines the purpose of conducting it, and highlights its significance.

6)         Materials and methods:  In this section, the authors should describe in detail the methods used to conduct the work and to reach their results.

7)         Results: This section provides a concise and precise description of the experimental results, their interpretation, as well as the experimental conclusions that can be drawn.

8)         Discussion: Authors should discuss the results and how they can be interpreted and compared to previous studies.  The findings and their utilization should be presented, and future continuation might be suggested.

9)         Conclusions: This is an essential part of the manuscript it could also be included in the discussion section.

10)       Nomenclature: List all the variables used in the text and give a brief description of their meaning.

11)       Funding: Please add: “This research received no external funding” or “This research was funded by NAME OF FUNDER, grant number XXX”

12)       Acknowledgments: In this section, you can acknowledge any support given which is not covered by the author’s contribution or funding sections.

13)       Appendixes: This is an optional section to include additional details and data that may not be of interest to many readers.

14)       References: References should be numbered in order of appearance (including citations in tables and legends) and indicated in the text by a numeral or numerals in square brackets—e.g., [1] or [2,3], or [4–7]. References must be listed individually at the end of the manuscript. The authors are recommended to Include the digital object identifier (DOI) for all references where available.  Please follow the following format.

[1] Cha, C.K. and Jauria, Y., Recirculating Mixing Convection Flow for Energy Extraction, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 27, 1801-1810, (1984).

[2] Cochran, R.J. and Roy, R.E., Comparison of Computational Results for Natural Convection in a Square Enclosure, with Variable Viscosity, Benchmark Problem, Proc. of the 1995 ASME Cong. Part 1, 1112-1117, (1995).

[2] Ben Yedder, R., Du, Z.G. and Bilgen, E., Heat Transfer by Natural Convection in Composite Trombe Wall Solar Collector, Proc. ASME, Solar Energy Technology, 1989, San Francisco (J.T. Beard and H.C. Heuritt, editors), 8, 7,-13 (1989).

[3] Gebhart, B., Heat Transfer, Mc-Graw Hill, NY, (1971).

[4] Hoogendooren, G.J. and Afgan, N.H. (Editors) Energy Conservation in Heating, Cooling and Ventilating Buildings, Hemisphere Pub. Washington D.C. (1978).

[5] Yang, K.T., Natural Convection in Enclosures, In, Handbook of Single-Phase Convective Heat Transfer, (Edited by S. Kakac, R. Shah and W. Aung) Wiley New York, Chap. 13, (1987).

15)       Arabic Page: each manuscript must have a one-page summary in Arabic it has a

            Arabic title      العنوان

            Author’s names and affiliation in Arabic       أسماء المؤلفين ومعلواتهم

            Abstract and Keywords in Arabic      ملخص وكلمات مفتاحية بالعربية