Guide for Authors Info
Manuscripts should describe the original work of the authors that has not been previously published in a refereed journal and is not currently under consideration for publication in another journal. By submitting to the Journal, the authors are taking public responsibilities of the legality and originality of the work.
There are no submission or article processing charges to publish in the journal.
The manuscripts, not exceeding 15 pages (for review papers maximum 20 pages), including figures and tables. Each additional page costs 20 € per page.
The preferred format for submitting manuscripts online is Microsoft Word (.doc or docx). Do not submit your manuscript in PDF format.
The journal uses double blind peer review, which means that both the reviewer and author names are hidden from each other during the review process.
The manuscript should be prepared according to the Guide for Authors.
Authors may also suggest potential reviewers who are familiar with the technical aspect of their paper. These suggestions should be impartial.
Authors should submit their manuscripts online via the Journal's online submission system.
After the manuscript is submitted, the corresponding author will receive an acknowledgment confirming receipt and a submission ID number.
If article has been accepted for publications, each author must sign a Copyright agreement form and send the signed form, in electronic format, to the Editor, together with the final version of the article. This enable us (The Journal) to have the rights to the paper in order to ensure copyright protection against infringerment, and to disseminate your article, and our journal, as wide as possible.
The Authors can publish their accepted manuscripts as rapid publication after they pay a fee of 100 €.
If you have any questions about the online submission process, contact the Editorial Office by e-mail at email@example.com
The papers not prepared according to the instruction rules will be rejected.
Authors may wish to use professional language editing services to improve the written quality of their manuscript. Tribology in industry recommends Enago.
This is not mandatory and will not guarantee acceptance or preference for publication but will help ensure that the editors and reviewers fully understand the academic content of the article. The costs of language editing services are the responsibility of the author.