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Journal of Applied Engineering and Technological Science (JAETS) is published by Yayasan Pendidikan Riset dan Pengembangan Intelektual (YRPI), Pekanbaru, Indonesia. It is academic, online, open access, peer reviewed international journal. It aims to publish original, theoretical and practical advances in Computer Science & Engineering, Information Technology, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunication, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Textile Engineering and all interdisciplinary streams of Engineering Sciences. Journal of Applied Engineering and Technological Science (JAETS) is published annually 2 times every June and Desember. The editor of Journal of Applied Engineering and Technological Science (JAETS) welcomes article submissions in accordance with the following guidelines:

  1. Articles have not been published or accepted for publication, or are being considered for publication elsewhere. In addition to the manuscript, a written statement should be attached which clarifies that the article is original and does not contain any elements of plagiarism.
  2. Types of articles suitable for publication include the following; research reports (laboratory, field, archives), conceptual ideas, studies, theory applications.
  3. Articles are written in English using academic language along with standard academic writing structure and composition. MManuscript typed with computer using Times New Roman font (Doc) one Column, on paper size 21 cm x 29.7 cm (A4), 1 spaced and in 11 point Times New Roman font, Minumum 6 pages in length including references, pictures, and tables.
  4. Article should be in form of essay which includes: Title, Author's name, Abstract, Keyword, Introduction, Literature Review, Methodology, Result and Discussions, Conlussion, Acknowledgement(optional),References.
  5. Title (English 13pt, Bold, Italic, Capital)

  6. Author’s name (12pt, bold)

    Author’s Affiliation (11pt)

    Email (11pt)

  7. ABSTRACT (10pt, Bold)

    Abstracts are written English with lengths of 150-200 words each and are tilted with times new roman 10 typed points with 1 spacing in 1 paragraph. Abstract is arranged with short sentences, clear, coherent, and systematic and can describe the research process from background, objective, method, research implementation, to the conclusion of research result.

    Keywords : (3-5 keywords)

  8. Introduction

    Introduction contains brief and concise research backgrounds, and objectives. Theoretical support is included in this section, similar research that has been done can be stated. 

    Note : Manuscript typed with computer using Times New Roman font (Doc) one Column, on paper size 21 cm x 29.7 cm (A4), 1 spaced and in 11 point Times New Roman font. There should be a top and a bottom margin of 3.0 cm, with right and left margins of length 3 cm.

  9. Literature Review

    A literature review is a survey of scholarly sources (such as books, journal articles, and theses) on a particular topic. It gives an overview of key findings, concepts and developments in relation to a research problem or question.

    All tables should be numbered with Arabic numerals. Every table should have a caption. Headings should be placed above tables, left justified. Only horizontal lines should be used within a table, to distinguish the column headings from the body of the table, and immediately above and below the table. Tables must be embedded into the text and not supplied separately. Below is an example which the authors may find useful.

    All figures is copying in the format of jpg or png. Below is an example of the figure :

     

    Fig. 1.  Magnetization as a function of applied field. (Note that “Fig.” is abbreviated and there is a period after the figure number followed by two spaces.)

  10. Research Methods

    This section contains a complete and detailed description of the steps undertaken in conducting of research. In addition, the research step also needs to be shown in the form of flowchart of research or framework step in complete and detailed including reflected algorithm, rule, modeling, design and others related to system design aspect.

  11. Results and Discussions

    Results and Discussion is a section that contains all scientific findings obtained as research data. This section is expected to provide a scientific explanation that can logically explain the reason for obtaining those results that are clearly described, complete, detailed, integrated, systematic, and continuous.

    The discussion of the research results obtained can be presented in the form of theoretical description, both qualitatively and quantitatively. In practice, this section can be used to compare the results of the research obtained in the current research on the results of the research reported by previous researchers referred to in this study. Scientifically, the results of research obtained in the study may be new findings or improvements, affirmations, or rejection of a scientific phenomenon from previous researchers
  12. Conclusion

    This section contains conclusions and suggestions. Conclusion is a brief, clear, and precise statement of what is obtained contains advantages and disadvantages, can be proven, and directly related to the purpose of research. Suggestion is a follow-up study that is still needed to refine the results of research in order to be efficient.

  13. Acknowledgement - optional

    Acknowledgements enable you to thank all those who have helped in carrying out the research. Careful thought needs to be given concerning those whose help should be acknowledged and in what order. The general advice is to express your appreciation in a concise manner and to avoid strong emotive language.

  14. References

    The References list contains only the literature that is really referred to in Times New Roman 11 point paper.  The style of APA (American Psychological Association) using in-text and reference list citations. The use of Mendeley, end note or other citation tools are very recommended.

    Referencing example :

    Book

    Mitchell, J.A., Thomson, M., & Coyne, R.P. (2017). A guide to citation. London, England: My Publisher

    Journal Article

    Mitchell, J.A. (2017). Citation: Why is it so important. Mendeley Journal, 67(2), 81-95

    Mitchell, J.A. (2017). Citation: Why is it so important. Mendeley Journal, 67(2), 81-95. Retrieved from https://www.mendeley.com/reference-management/reference-manager 

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