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A Multi-Disciplinary, Refereed International Journal of FELIP India.
FELIP is a special interest group of professionals who strive to enable best practices in learning methodologies. It is governed by a council consisting of eminent engineers, academicians, researchers and technologists from IITs / NITs / technical universities, researchers from renowned organizations like DRDO /CSIR and also representatives from professional bodies like NASSCOM, NAFEMS and the Institution of Engineers (India). The primary charter of FELIP is to enable transformation of engineering students into industry-ready professionals through sustained quality-learning practices. The activities of FELIP include industry oriented training programs, workshops, mission-mode projects, pooled placements. Under the aegis of FELIP, programs has been successfully conducted for the past few years in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Kerala, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh etc., with experts from renowned organizations.
FELIP a registered professional organization has launched an International Journal (IJEASAM) to promote outstanding work in design engineering, analysis and additive manufacturing. This Initiative is totally supported and powered by NAFEMS which supports a co-publishing partnership between FELIP and NAFEMS for the publication of selected conference proceedings organized at NAFEMS world and NAFEMS Regional congress every time.
About NAFEMS: NAFEMS is an International Association for the Engineering Modelling, Analysis and Simulation Community. It is a non-profit organisation established in the year1983.
Its principal aims are to:
Engineering analysis, modelling, simulation, and systems engineering are becoming ever more embedded in the product development process across all industries in every part of the world and the focus is on the practical application of techniques such the Finite Element Method for Structural Analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Multibody Simulation and in Additive Manufacturing. In addition to end users from all industry sectors, our stakeholders include technology providers, researchers and academics.
NAFEMS e-learning has been providing world-class training in FEA, CFD and related technologies in a virtual learning environment since 2009.
Most of the research and experiments in the field of engineering have devoted significant efforts to modelling and simulation of various complicated phenomena and processes occurring in engineering systems. IJEASAM provides an international forum and refereed authoritative source of information on the development and advances in engineering modelling, simulation and additive manufacturing contributing to the understanding of different complex engineering systems.
The objective of IJEASAM is to establish an effective channel of communication among those in academia, industry and others concerned with engineering modelling, analysis, simulation and additive manufacturing, enabling and networking technologies and industrial practice through research and also to promote and coordinate developments in the above mentioned areas. The international dimension is emphasised in order to overcome cultural and national barriers and to meet the needs of accelerating technological and ecological changes in computer aided engineering and simulation technology.
Readership : IJEASAM is intended to serve as a forum for professionals, academicians, researchers, policy makers, practitioners and developers to exchange ideas and results for the advancement of computer aided engineering and simulation technology.
IJEASAM publishes original papers, review papers, technical reports, case studies, conference reports, management reports, book reviews, notes, commentaries and news.
Preparing articles :
Sample Articles :
For reference, sample articles are available from the homepages of all published journals.
Article Preparation :
An original article would normally consist of 5000-7000 words (excluding figures, tables and references), although high-quality articles which exceed 7000 words would be considered.
All articles must be written in UK English.
Submissions may be formatted in single or double spacing, preferably in Times New Roman size 12 fonts. All accepted articles will be correctly formatted for publication.
The text of the article should include the following
Conference Papers :
If your article is based on a conference paper which may have been published elsewhere, it is important that you observe the following:
The submitted article must have been substantially revised, expanded and rewritten so that it is significantly different from the conference paper or presentation on which it is based. The article must be sufficiently different to make it a new, original work. As a guide, you should aim to have more than 50% new material. This is a matter of judgment and will be based on a comparison of the submitted article with the original conference paper.
The original conference paper should be supplied by the author with the expanded article for the purpose of comparison.
All such articles will be subject to the same review process as any other submitted article.
If the original conference paper on which the extended paper is based has been published elsewhere, or the copyright has been assigned to the conference organisers or another party, authors should ensure that they have cleared any necessary permission with the copyright owners. Articles will not be accepted, post-review, for publication unless such written permissions have been provided along with author copyright forms.
Title, Abstract, Keywords, Addresses, Biographical Notes :
Please assist us by following these guidelines:
* Author details should not be included in the article, and are only required when completing relevant sections of the online submission form.
References and Notes :
FELIP journal use standard (name and date) short reference system for citations in the text with a detailed alphabetical list at the end of the article. It is imperative to ensure that all works cited in the text are included in the References section.
Footnotes should be avoided, but any short, succinct notes making a specific point may be placed in number order following the alphabetical list of references.
References should be made only to works that are published, accepted for publication (not merely 'submitted'), or available through libraries or institutions. Any other source should be qualified by a note regarding availability.
Full reference should include all authors' names and initials, date of publication, title of article, title of publication (italics), volume and issue number (of a journal), publisher and form (books, conference proceedings) and page numbers.
All illustrations, whether diagrams or photographs, are referred to as Figures. If any figures appear in colour, please note that they will only appear in colour in the online version; in the printed version they will be in black and white. If the quality of the colour figure supplied is not suitable to be produced in colour, it will also be shown in black and white in the online version. Figures should ideally be black and white, not colour, and numbered sequentially. However, if colour is essential to the figure please send a good quality colour image. Please place them at the end of the article, rather than interspersed in text.
Units of Measurement :
FELIP journal follow the Système International (SI) for units of measurement.
It should not be assumed that the reader is familiar with specific national institutions or corporations. Authors are encouraged to approach their chosen topic with an international perspective.
Special attention should be paid to identifying units of currency by nationality.
Acronyms should be translated in full into English. (See also 'Translated works' below.)
Translated Works :
Difficulty often arises in translating acronyms, so it is best to spell out an acronym in English (for example, IPR – Intellectual Property Right).
Similarly, labels and suffixes need careful attention where the letters refer to words which have been translated.
The names of mathematical functions may change in translation - check against an English or American mathematical reference text.
Submitting articles : All journals require the submission of articles via our online submissions system before submitting:
To submit : You need to register to use our submission system. This is a one-time process.
Already registered with us as an author, editor or reviewer? : If you already have a user account as an author with IJEASAM, select the title you wish to submit to and log in. You will be taken to the relevant submissions system.
Need to register? : Start registration now by selecting the journal title that you want to submit to:
Copyright, author rights, responsibilities and entitlements :
In accordance with academic and professional protocols, IJEASAM cannot accept an article if it is not the author's original work, has been published before (but see our notes regarding conference papers), or is currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. The article must not contain any libellous or unlawful statements or in any way infringe the rights of others. A full statement of our Ethical Guidelines for Authors (PDF) is available. The author must be the owner of the copyright and be entitled to sign the Author Copyright Agreement. In submitting an article, the author complies with these conditions.
If/when an article is accepted for publication, Author Copyright Agreements should be submitted via the online submission system, along with the final accepted version of the article. Each author must sign a copyright agreement (Author Copyright Agreement) form after reading the Explanatory Notes below. Signatures of all authors may appear on one form or be sent on individual forms. Each form must list the names of all authors of the article under the title of the article at the top of the form, and must reflect the order given in the article. We would expect a "Corresponding Author" to be responsible for the collection and provision of the copyright assignment from each author.
IJEASAM is wholly committed to the highest standards of publishing, founded on rigorous double-blind peer review. In all that we do, we work to ensure the widest possible access to the articles that we publish, to enhance the reputation of the author, the journal, its Editor and Editorial Board, and the value that we add as publisher in both printed and online forms.
The transfer of copyright is standard practice in journal publishing. This enables us, as the publisher, to negotiate subsidiary licences to database aggregators and document supply companies, and allows permissions to reproduce articles in books, course packs, electronic reserve or for library loan to be handled efficiently and with sensitivity to changing library and reader needs.
This relieves authors of a time-consuming and costly administrative burden. It also enable us to defend and enforce authors' rights against plagiarism, copyright infringement, unauthorised use and, most important for authors' professional reputation, breach of authors' moral rights. Authors of accepted articles will receive a PDF file of their published article. Hardcopies of journal issues may be purchased at a special price for authors from FELIP.
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