Advanced Journal of EngineeringOpen Access

Advanced Journal of Engineering[AJE] is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes original and high-quality research papers in all related areas. All papers published will be open access to all readers. To build a platform for scientific research and academic exchange for scholars, focusing on the development and research, introducing worldwide research, theory and practice, and promoting international exchanges.

ISSN: N/A (Print)
Frequency: Bimonthly
ISSN: 2771-9863 (Online)
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Indexing and Abstracting: CrossRef; ResearchBib; WorldCat; CiteFactor


Please visit "About" page to download the Template to edit your manuscript before submitting via the online system.

There is no “one-size-fits-all” rule for the manuscript pages. For different types of papers, please follow appropriate length.

Abstract. The abstract is not part of the text and should be complete in itself; no table numbers, figure numbers, references or displayed mathematical expressions should be included. Please follow these instructions to edit your paper before submitting. This guideline is to guide and assist authors before submitting their manuscripts. This template has been tailored for output on the A4 paper size. It should be suitable for direct inclusion in abstracting services and should not normally be 200-400 words in a single paragraph.
Keywords. Keyword one; Keyword two; Keyword three; Keyword four

1. Introduction
This template includes specific instructions for the papers submitted to the journal. This template has been tailored for output on the A4 paper size. Authors are encouraged to use the Microsoft Word template when preparing the final version of their manuscripts. The font of the whole paper should be Times New Roman.

2. Main Body
2.1. Paper
The paper should be written in English, and should be composed of title, author(s), abstract, keywords, introduction, main body (such as Literature Review , Methodology, Analyze, Result, etc.), conclusions, acknowledgement, references, and appendix. Paper size is US Letter (8.5” × 11” or 21.59 cm × 27.94 cm). All margins-top to 3.5 cm, bottom, left, and right-are set to 2.5 cm). The paper must be single column, single spaced. The font should be formatted in Times New Roman, 11 pt., except for special symbols and mathematical equations.

2.2. Title
The title should be no more than 25 words. The title should not include punctuation in the end, such as the point or question mark.

2.2.1. Abstract
The abstract should give readers concise information about the content of the article and indicate the main results obtained and conclusions drawn. It should be suitable for direct inclusion in abstracting services and should be 150-250 words in a single paragraph.

2.2.2. Keywords
There should be 3-8 keywords in the paper with the first letter capitally and divided by semicolon: “;”.

2.2.3. Numbers
Sections should be numbered with a dot following the number and then separated by a single space

3. Details
3.1. Figure
The figures should be clear and they should be numbered as Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure 3 etc. There should be annotations behind each figure. Figures should be clear and in proper size, and also, without any other language except English on it. Each figure should be mentioned in the text.

3.2. Formula
The formulas should be clear and editable. They should be numbered.

3.3. Table
The tables should be clear and editable. All tables should be numbered by Arabic numbers like Table1, Table 2, Table 3. etc. Each table should be mentioned in the text.

4. Conclusion
This part makes a brief summary of the whole paper. Usually, there should be one paragraph in this part. The references are numbered sequentially throughout the text, by [1], [2],[3], etc. Please use reference format as below.

The fund information should be included in this part. And the Acknowledgment are usually put in the end of the paper, between the reference and the content.

Conflicts of Interest
The authors should indicate about any conflict of interest in published papers, including the research funding, direct or indirect financial support, or any other assistance. Please make sure there is no conflict of interest.

[1] Author Surname, First Name Initials. (Year Published). Chapter title. Paper title. Publisher Location: Publisher.
[2] Author Surname, First Name Initials. (Year Published). Title. Journal Full Name, Vol. number(Issue number), page number.
[3] Author Surname, First Name Initials. (Year Published). Title. URL link.
[4] Author Surname, First Name Initials. (Year Published). Title (Level). Institution Name, Location.