Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

The journal publishes original and (mini)review articles covering the concepts of materials science, mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, energy and environment, mechatronics and robotics, fluid mechanics, tribology, cybernetics, industrial engineering and structural analysis. 
The journal follows new trends and progress proven practice in the mechanical engineering and also in the closely related sciences as are electrical, civil and process engineering, medicine, microbiology, ecology, agriculture, transport systems, aviation, and others, thus creating a unique forum for interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary dialogue.

 

Section Policies

Articles

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed
 

Peer Review Process

The peer review process is done in a closed way means reviewers and authors do not know each other. The number of reviewers involved is one person per article in the submit article process. The reviewer's judgment consists of content judgments, the appropriateness of the content to scholarly journals, and the references used. The review process takes approximately 2 (two) weeks. The reviewer's engagement principle is based on reviewer's competence in journal scholarship and involves reviewers from outside Untirta.

 

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

 

Publication Etics

  1. The manuscript presents complete and original information as well as objective data.
  2. Quotation source and reference cited in the manuscript must be informed.
  3. The manuscript is written concisely and clearly for efficiency.
  4. The manuscript is, at the same time, not being sent to and has never been published by another journal.
  5. Everyone involved in the research (students & supervisors) should be included in the team of writers.
  6. A writer who passed away should be included as a co-author.
  7. Authors must avoid fabrication (make up the data and results of a study).
  8. Authors must avoid falsification (manipulating research materials, equipment, process, changing the data or intentionally discarding data or results).
  9. Authors should avoid Plagiarism (taking ideas, processes, results or words without citing the sources).
  10. Authors should avoid Fragmentation (breaking research data into different themes of manuscript so that the discussion cannot become in-depth)
  11. The manuscript should not use copied materials from another article without permission.
  12. All materials/quotation earned from previous research, involving similar writers related to previous publications must be cited properly.