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International Journal of Scientific Research in Engineering - IJSRE is an open access peer-reviewed online international journal published bi-monthly.
IJSRE provide a research platform to all students, scientists, researchers, academicians, industrialists, engineers and readers to share their ideas, knowledge, information and research findings among the people of their own fraternity.
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ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING TEXTILE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY CERAMIC ENGINEERING
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International Journal of Scientific Research in Engineering - IJSRE is an open access peer-reviewed online international journal published bi-monthly.
All manuscripts will be subjected to rapid peer review. Articles shall be accepted from any country provided submitted in English language only. Those of high quality which are not previously published and not already under consideration for publication will be published without delay. It is essential that authors prepare their manuscripts according to IJSRE specifications. Failure to follow them may result in papers being delayed or rejected. Therefore, authors are strongly encouraged to read the instructions carefully before preparing a manuscript for submission. Authors in the cover note to Editor-in-Chief should clearly mention whether the manuscript is to be considered as a Research Article, Review Article or Short Communication. The manuscript should be checked carefully for grammatical errors.
Manuscripts should be submitted to Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Scientific Research in Engineering - IJSRE as an E-mail attachment to: submitpaper.ijsre@gmail.com Manuscript is sent for review to the reviewers based on the topic of research. After the review, the necessary changes and comments on the manuscript were sent to the author within ten days from the date of submission. Confirmation of acceptance will be given once the author satisfies the comments and comply with the changes suggested. Confirmation about the acceptance of the manuscript will be sent to e-mail address of the corresponding author.

Note: Plagiarism (Copying others work) is an act of fraud and treated seriously by International Journal of Scientific Research in Engineering - IJSRE.
The content of the manuscript shall be organized in the following sequence and shall start on separate pages:

* Title page (including names and addresses of the authors, e-mail of corresponding author)
* Abstract (including at least 5 key words)
* References
* Appendixes (if necessary)
* Abbreviations used (if necessary)
* Tables and figures
* Text (consisting of introduction, materials and methods, results, discussion, conclusion and acknowledgements)

All animal experimental procedures followed must be approved by appropriate ethical committee. Author has to provide the ethical committee approval letter.
Page size A4 Portrait 8.27’’ X 11.69’’
Margins All Margins, 1 cm
Page number Numbered at bottom right
Footer/Headers None
Title 14 pt Times New Roman, bold, centered.
Author and CoAuthors 12 pt Times New Roman, centered, bold - author and all co-authors names in one line. The corresponding author should include an asterisk* at the end of the name.
Authors address Author for Correspondence: 10pt Times New roman right margin - giving a valid e-mail of the corresponding (main) author is a must. It should be indicated as* followed by 1.5 line spacing.
Abstract 12 pt Times New roman, bold, uppercase, full justification Normal - maximum 250 words
Text 12 pt Times New roman, full justification – 1.5 lines spacing between paragraphs. No indentation
Heading Major headings (Abstract, Results and Discussion, Acknowledgements, References, Keywords, Introduction, Materials and Methods) in upper case left-justified, 12 pt bold, Intermediate headings should be left justified, 12 pt
Tables Table must be embedded in your word document in sequence.
Correct “Table 1: Mobile source data………”
Incorrect “Table No. 1: Mobile source data ………”
Figures /Graphs Figures must be embedded in your word document in sequence. They should be created with a program that allows you to save them as gif, jpg or tiff format. Figures, tables or other materials copied verbatim or adopted from previously published materials, the author must have written permission from the copyright holder of that material (publisher and/or authors) for reproduction in your article. A copy of the permission release must be submitted with the manuscript. It is the author's responsibility to obtain permission. To be incorporated at the end of the manuscript with proper labeling
Correct : “Figure 1: Mobile source data………”
Incorrect : “Figure No. 1: Mobile source data………”
Graphs Graphs and bar graphs should preferably be prepared using Microsoft excel and submitted as Excel graph pasted on word.
All text should be fully justified. Please put all primary section titles in UPPER CASE letters and subheading in both Upper and Lower Case letters. Do not number your titles (for example, 1.0 Introduction; 2.0 Background). Do not use the tab key to indent blocks of text such as paragraphs of quotes or lists because the page layout program overrides the left margin with its own, and the tabs end up in mid-sentence.
Short communications are the one that should present new important findings in a brief form.
Review articles should include the extensive data collections with illustrative tables and diagrams. It describes recent advances in Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computing & Software, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Energy Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Micro & Nanotechnology. Authors should include abstract for the review articles also.
Research articles are considered for publication provided that the results of the significant portion of the research work is not published anywhere in any form either electronic or print.

Title page :
Title page should contain a clear and concise title of article, names and addresses of the authors, e-mail and contact details of the corresponding author. Names of the authors should appear as initials followed by surnames. The corresponding author should include an asterisk* at the end of the name.

Abstract :
Abstract should start on a new page after the title page, should not more than 250 words and describe the essential aspects of the investigation. No references should be cited in the abstract.

Keywords :
Keywords reflecting the major features of the work should be inserted and not more than five.

Introduction :
Introduction should be brief, indicates the state of the art of the topic, background information and significance of the study by considering the relevant literature.

Materials and methods :
Materials and methods should be written clearly and in such detail that the work can be repeated by others. The research design, subjects, materials used, analytical methods, experimental methods, statistical methods and the level of significance chosen shall be clearly stated. This part should be as clear as possible to enable other scientists to repeat the research presented. In animal experimentation, ethical guidelines shall be followed.

Results and Discussion :
All data acquired from research and results based on experimental methods must be included. Discussion should relate the results to current investigation must be presented.

Conclusion :
Major findings of the study, their importance and relevance shall be summarized.

Acknowledgements :
Acknowledgements if any should be included supporting industries, financial grants and so forth may be included.

References

In-text citation Correct / Acceptable Format :
Respiratory tract infection is one of the most important infectious diseases worldwide. This infection is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in critically ill patients in developing countries. [1-3] Respiratory tract infections (RTIs), which involve the upper or lower respiratory tract, frequently occurs after birth. [4] RTIs, such as sore thoat, earache, laryngitis, common cold, otitis media, sinusitis, and mastoiditis, are the most frequently-occurred infections of all human diseases and have been frequently documented. [4, 5]

Incorrect / Not accepted :
Respiratory tract infection is one of the most important infectious diseases worldwide. This infection is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in critically ill patients in developing countries [1, 2, 3]. Respiratory tract infections (RTIs), which involve the upper or lower respiratory tract, frequently occurs after birth [4]. RTIs, such as sore thoat, earache, laryngitis, common cold, otitis media, sinusitis, and mastoiditis, are the most frequently-occurred infections of all human diseases and have been frequently documented (4, 5).
References of journal articles, books, chapters in book etc. should be cited as follows:

Journal Articles :
Eg:- Aalst, W. M. Van der, & Weijters, A. (2004). Process mining: a research agenda. Computers in industry, 53(3), 231–244.

Book References :
Eg:- Fundamentals of Computers E. Balagurusamy. Published by Tata McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd., 2009, ISBN 10: 0070141606 / ISBN 13: 9780070141605

Single/Multiple Authors :
Aalst, W. M. Van der, & Weijters, A. (2004). Process mining: a research agenda. Computers in industry, 53(3), 231–244.


Organization as Author :
IBM Research Group. RAM, Storage, etc parameters in participants for online mobile shopping. 2002; 32(15): 679-86.

Unknown Author :
20th century Processor heating solution may have a sting in the tail. IBM. 1998; 326(24).

Personal author(s) :
Aalst, W. M. Van der, & Weijters, A. (2004). Process mining: a research agenda. Computers in industry, 53(3), 231–244.

Editor(s), compiler(s) as author :
Aalst, W. M. Van der, & Weijters, A. (2004). Process mining: a research agenda. Computers in industry, 53(3), 231–244. 4th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill; 2010.

Author(s) and editor(s) :
Aalst, W. M. Van der, & Weijters, A. (2004). Process mining: a research agenda. Computers in industry, 53(3), 231–244. 6th ed. Pearson, editor.

Organization(s) as author :
Intel Reaserch Center; University of IITA, Department of Computer Science and Technology. Process mining: a research agenda. Computers in industry, 1999-2000. Kolkatta (India), 2001.

Conference proceedings :
Isyumov N, “Multiple Decision Criteria for recommendation Methods for Client-to-Business“, International Conference on Recommendation Algorithm, Rio De, Janerio, CTBUH, 2012.

Websites :
Boggs, Jhon, “Searching Algorithm”, March 2007, www.ijsre.in/paper/Serching-Algorithm.pdf
Tables and Figures must be embedded in your word document in sequence, indexed as Table 1 and Figure 1. Each table should have a short, descriptive title and numbered in the order cited in the text. Only MS word table format should be used for preparing tables. Graphs and bar graphs should preferably be prepared using Microsoft excel and submitted as Excel graph pasted on word. Photos or drawings must have a good contrast of dark and light. Legends of figures should be brief, but complete and self explanatory.

General Guidelines for units and symbols - The use of the international System of Units (SI) is recommended. Should be structured and limited to 250 Words. A brief summary of the research should be given under the subheadings Introduction, Methods, Results, and Conclusions.
Base unit SI Symbol
Length
meter M
Mass
gram G
kilogram Kg
microgram µg
Time
second S
minute min
hour H
day D
week W
month Mo
year Y
Amount of substance
mole mol
Area
square meter m2
Volume
cubic meter m3
liter L
milliliter Ml
microliter µl
Specification Example Correct style
Use lowercase for symbols or abbreviations Kilogram kg
Symbols are not followed by a period, exception end of sentence meter m
Do not pluralize symbols kilograms kg
When numbers are printed symbols are preferred 100 meters 100 m
Space between number and symbol 2mol
10mg
2 mol
10 mg
Place a zero before a decimal 0.01
Decimal numbers are preferable to fractions 0.75
Space used to separate long number exception four-digit numbers 1 500 000 1000