Dear Friends! An International Agency for the Development of Culture, Education and Science(IADCES), in collaboration with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (USA) invites you to publish in the scientific periodical journal
Journal of Mechanical Design
ISSN: 1050-0472 Online ISSN: 1528-9001
The ASME Journal of Mechanical Design (JMD) serves the broad design community as the venue for scholarly, archival research in all aspects of the design activity with emphasis on design synthesis. JMD has traditionally served the ASME Design Engineering Division and its technical committees, but it welcomes contributions from all areas of design with emphasis on synthesis. JMD communicates original contributions, primarily in the form of research articles of considerable depth but also technical briefs, design innovation papers, book reviews, and editorials. Publishing periodicity – 12 issues/year. Part of the print run is dispatched to the libraries of major universities worldwide.
The Journal is intended for students, Master’s Degree students, post-graduate students, Ph.D. students, post-graduate degree seekers, recent graduates, instructors, and research workers in different countries.
The edition materials are posted in Scopus and Web of Science.
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP): 1.298
SCImago Journal Rank (SJR): 0.826
Impact factor: 1.688
*2016 Journal Citation Reports®, Thomson Reuters
The deadline for submitting papers for the next journal issue is 15 July 2017.
Issue dispatch date – within 180 workdays following the Articles submission deadline.
When submitting, there are no strict requirements to the format of references. Any references format style can be used, provided consistency is observed. If applicable, indicate the name/names of author(s), name of journals/books, titles of chapters /papers, year of publishing, number of volume /book, chapter and page. Using DOI is encouraged. The style of references accepted in the journal will be applied to the accepted article at the proofreading (layout) stage. Please pay attention that at the proofreading (layout) stage missing information may be indicted for the author to add.
We place no strict requirements to formatting, though all manuscripts shall contain essential elements needed for their processing, e.g., an abstract, keywords, introduction, means and methods, results, conclusions, graphical elements and tables with captions.
Place make sure that the pages of your paper are numbered sequentially because this is an essential requirement for your paper to be reviewed by your peers.
Electronic graphical presentation. General provisions
Make sure that your original graphical presentation uses identical text styles of the same size.
Number the illustrations according to their order in the text.
Use a logical means of assigning names to your files with elements of graphics.
Figures and tables in the text
Please make sure that the figures and tables in one file are located opposite the respective text in the manuscript, and not in the beginning or end of the file.
Please insert mathematical equations in an editable format rather than as an image. Insert simple formulas in line with the body text if possible and use a slash symbol (/) instead of a horizontal line for small fractions, e.g., Х/Y. In principle, variables should be in italics. Exponents are best to be indicated as exp. Number sequentially all equations, which are inserted separately from the body text (if the text has an explicit reference to such equations). Using software tools for processing the text
Please use as simple text formatting as possible. The majority of formatting codes will be replaced or deleted when the paper is processed. The electronic text should resemble a traditional manuscript as much as possible.
Name of Journal, to which the author's paper is being submitted.
Papertitle. Brief and meaningful. Titles are often used in electronic search systems. If possible, avoid using formulas and abbreviations.
Names of authors and place of employment. Please indicate clearly the name(s) and surname(s) of each author and check the names for correctness. Indicate the place of employment under the names, including the country of residence and, if available, the email of each author.
The author responsible for correspondence. Indicate clearly who will maintain correspondence at all stages of reviewing and publication, and also after publication. Make sure that the email address is indicated and that detailed contact information is indicated and updated by the author responsible for correspondence.
A brief and factual abstract is required. It should contain a brief exposition of the objectives of research, the basic results and conclusions.
Please indicate maximum eight keywords. The key words will be used for indexing purposes.