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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 Solar Energy Engineering
ISSN: 0199-6231 Online ISSN: 1528-8986
The Journal of Solar Energy Engineering - Including Wind Energy and
Building Energy Conservation - publishes Research Papers that contain
original work of permanent interest in all areas of solar energy and
energy conservation as well as discussions of policy and regulatory
issues that affect renewable energy technologies and their
implementation. Review papers are accepted but should be discussed
with the Editor prior to submittal. The Journal also publishes a section
called Solar Scenery that features photographs or graphical displays of
significant new installations or research facilities.
Publishing periodicity – 6 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): 0.962
SCImago Journal Rank (SJR): 0.777
Impact factor: 1.904
*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.
Main subjects areas of the Journal:
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Physical Sciences
Energy
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Editors:
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
SOLAR OPTICS
Akiba Segal (2016)
Weizmann Institute of Science
SOLAR THERMAL
Werner Platzer (2017)
Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems
CONCENTRATED SOLAR THERMAL POWER
Mary Jane Hale (2018)
Black & Veatch
Marc Röger (2019)
Institute of Solar Research
SOLAR INTERGRATION
Carlos Coimbra (2018)
University of California at San Diego
ENERGY STORAGE
Nathan Siegel (2015)
Bucknell University
WIND ENERGY
Douglas S. Cairns (2019)
Montana State Univeristy
Yves Gagnon (2018)
Universite de Moncton
RESOURCE ASSESSMENT
Philippe Blanc(2018)
Mines ParisTech
SOLAR PROCESSES
Keith Sharp (2018)
University of Louisville
SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAICS
Geoffrey Klise (2018)
Sandia Laboratories
Alison Lennon (2018)
University of New South Wales
SOLAR CHEMISTRY AND BIOCONVERSION
Wojciech Lipinski (2017)
Australian National University
HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER MODELING
Nesrin Ozalp (2016)
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven)
BUILDING TOPICS
Jorge Gonzalez (2018)
The City College of New York
OFFICERS OF THE ASME
K. Keith Roe
President
Thomas G. Loughlin
Executive Director
James W. Coaker
Secretary/Treasurer
PUBLISHING STAFF
Philip Di Vietro
Managing Director, Publishing
Colin McAteer
Manager, Journals
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How to publish a paper
Send the manuscript and information about the author to the Editorial Board address:
[email protected]
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Manuscripts are accepted only by e-mail.
After a review, you will be sent a postal message in 30 days with a full cost estimate and
payment options.
Pay for processing the manuscript and publishing the paper by using the payment details
sent to you.
After the Journal has been published, we will send it to you immediately by mail.
Cost of services
Service
Cost
Article processing charge (APC - Submission and
publication of one manuscript in the Journal,
including figures and tables)
360 Euro
Payment options:
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Money transfer to a bank account in Euro to Australia, UK or the USA.
International payment system Skrill – payment from an organisation's business account in
Skrill.
 International payment system Neteller – payment from an organisation's business account
in Neteller.
 Payment shall be in Euro.
Contacts: International Agency for the Development of Culture, Education and Science
Level 7/ 30 Collins St, Melbourne, VIC 3000, Australia
www.iadces.org
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Instructions for Authors
Language
You can submit your manuscript as one file in Word format for review. Preferred fonts: Arial or
Times New Roman. Font size 12. Line spacing - 1.5.
Articles are accepted in the English.
Article size
The standard size of an article shall be no more than 5,000 words, though articles with more than
5,000 words will be accepted in separate cases if the subject demands such a size.
Shorter materials
Analytical notes and survey papers are also accepted.
Submission
All correspondence, including notifications on Editor’s decisions and requests for revisions, is
done by email.
References
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.
Formatting requirements
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.
Page numbering
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.
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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.
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Mathematical formulas
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.
Essential information placed on the title page
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Name of Journal, to which the author's paper is being submitted.
Paper title. Brief and meaningful. Titles are often used in electronic search systems. If
possible, avoid using formulas and abbreviations.
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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.
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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.
Abstract
A brief and factual abstract is required. It should contain a brief exposition of the objectives of
research, the basic results and conclusions.
Keywords
Please indicate maximum eight keywords. The key words will be used for indexing purposes.
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