Advances in Manufacturing Science and Technology offers an international publication forum for new ideas, insights and results related to manufacturing science and technology. The journal publishes original research papers and brief communiqués addressing topics at the forefront of manufacturing new science technologies. Emphasis is placed on the multi-disciplinary nature of the field. This will help readers wishing to become acquainted with related subjects through exposure to information on various aspects of materials research. The increasing spread of information on these subjects aids in shedding light on relevant topics about new technological materials and on processes beyond the scope of readers’ own core specialties.
We want Advances in Manufacturing Science and Technology to be a medium for papers on innovations not covered by journals devoted to either applied engineering or fundamental science.
The Editorial board appreciate the importance of ‘impact factor’ in authors’ choice of journal , but it can be seen from the high calibre of the Editorial Advisory Board members, the Editors themselves and, not least in having Sciendo as the publisher, that AMST will rapidly grow to be a major force in manufacturing science and technology topics.
Advances in Manufacturing Science and Technology publishes fundamental papers on:
- Manufacturing processes, production equipment and automation, product design and manufacturing systems,
- Welding, joining, machining, cutting etc,
- Rapid prototyping, rapid manufacturing - 3-D fabrication techniques,
- Manufacturing process monitoring, control and automation,
- High temperature materials production, materials degradation and their characteristics,
- Heat and mass transfer in alloys and steels,
- Continuum process modeling and simulation,
Papers submitted for publication should contain new experimental or theoretical results and their interpretation. Both laboratory and industrial practice fall within the scope of the journal.
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Jan Sieniawski, Politechnika Rzeszowska, Poland
Bartłomiej Wierzba, Politechnika Rzeszowska, Poland
Editorial Advisory Board
Pedro J. Arrazola
Dmitrij A. Baranov
Joao P. Davim
Numan M. Durakbasa
Krzysztof J. Kurzydłowski
Paul U. Thamsen
Stefan Berczyński, Zachodniopomorski Uniwersytet Technologiczny w Szczecinie, Poland
Anton Chyrkin, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Wit Grzesik, Politechnika Opolska, Poland
Adam Ruszaj, Politechnika Krakowska, Poland
Wojciech Zębala, Politechnika Krakowska, Poland
Krzysztof Rokosz, Politechnika Koszalińska
Bartłomiej Wierzba, Rzeszów University of Technology, Poland
Wojciech J. Nowak, Rzeszów University of Technoplogy, Poland
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1. Original articles to the journal of Advances in Manufacturing Science and Technology, AMST, are invited.
2. Submission of an article implies that the work described has not been published previously, that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere, that its publication is approved by all authors and tacitly or explicitly by the responsible authorities where the work was carried out, and that, if accepted, it will not be published elsewhere in the same form, in English or in any other language, including electronically without the written consent of the copyright-holder. To verify originality, your article may be checked by the originality detection service Crossref Similarity Check.
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1. Manuscripts are evaluated on the basis that they present new insights to the investigated topic, are likely to contribute to a research progress. It is understood that all authors listed on a manuscript have agreed to its submission. The signature of the corresponding author on the letter of submission signifies that these conditions have been fulfilled.
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3. The title page should carry: the title, the authors names, their affiliation and address of each of them, up to six key words to assist cross-indexing.
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6. The structure of the paper should be as follows:
- Abstract (a few sentences giving an insight about the motivation of performing of present work and brief summary of findings should be given here),
- Introduction (a background of the topic with proper references should be written here. At the end of introduction a motivation for performing present investigation should be given),
- Experimental (all descriptions of used materials, techniques of profiles production, parameters of manufacturing, as well as the detail information about the cross-sections production process, and all details of post-exposure analytical methods (e.g. backward extrusion, kind of microscopy involved in microstructure characterization, hardness measurement etc.) should be given here),
- Results and discussion (all obtained results should be presented and widely discussed with or without proper references),
- Conclusions (a list of conclusions formulated base on findings obtained in the frame of present work should be listed),
- Acknowledgment (optional),
- References (list of references cited in the article).
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3. Abbreviations should be used sparingly and given in full at first mention (e.g. "computer aided design (CAD)").
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4. Computer printouts will be reproduced photographically. To give good quality reproduction they need to be original printouts on plain white paper, printed in near letter quality (NLQ) or when possible with a laser printer. Always print programs unjustified, in a typeface with a fixed character width.
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References should be numbered consecutively in the order in which they are first mentioned in the text. Identify citations of references in text, tables and legends using numbers in square brackets (e.g. "as discussed by Kowalski "). In the reference list use the style of the examples below. When there are four or more authors list only the first one and "et al.".
1. Journal articles: W.C. Orlando, R.R. Colombo: New methods of ion implementation. J. Mater. Sci., 32 (1992) 45-62.
2. Book: J. Kosmol: Automatyzacja obrabiarek i obróbki skrawaniem. WNT, Warszawa 2000.
3. Chapter in a book or paper in a proceedings: J.C. Trappey: An automatic workholding verification system. Proc. Inter. Conf. Manufacturing and Technology of the Future (MSTF), Stockholm 1989, 23-34.
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