Aims and Scope

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemical Engineering (ISSN: 2583-2441) is an international open access journal which provides an advanced forum for studies that reflect the breadth and interdisciplinarity of agriculture. It publishes surveys papers, regular research papers and brief communications. Our aim is to encouraging the scientists and researchers to publish their experimental and theoretical results more detail as conceivable. Consequently, there's no confinement on the length of the papers. The complete exploratory points of interest must be given so that the results can be reproduced.

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemical Engineering gives a gathering for publishing papers which development in point by point understanding of the relationship between in the related fields. It publishes in all the aspects of weeds, invasive species, Precision agriculture, Sustainable agriculture, Conservation agriculture, Organic agriculture, Crop protection, Crop breeding and genetics, Crop nutrition, irrigation, Crop physiology, Pests and diseases, Ecological agriculture, Animal breeding, Animal nutrition, Soil physics, Soil chemistry, Soil microbiology, Soil and water quality, Irrigation and water use efficiency, Livelihoods, Rural communities and aid, Machinery, Remote sensing, Geographical Information System, Post-harvest, Animal and plant inspection, Product freshness, Environmental influences on production and products, Impact of changing environments. It is intended to publish only high-quality papers containing material not published elsewhere.

Article types

For publication in Regular Issues, JAFCE encourages contributions of the following article types:

Regular Paper. Regular Papers are unique papers that include a wide range of information, summaries of the study work in detail, offering a well-developed overview of findings in important engineering, maths and applied science  disciplines. They must include enough and self-contained knowledge in order for readers to be able to reproduce investigations and analyses. There is no limit to how long you can write.
Rapid Communication. Quick Communications are short publications focused on the rapid publication of fresh research findings that are intended to capture the attention of and benefit academics operating in relevant engineering, math and applied science domains. An introduction nor more and over 150 words should have been included, as well as a list of acceptable references. Other than this Rapid Communications, on the other hand, must not be separated into portions. The total duration, comprising tables and figures, is four written pages (around 4,000 words), The reference list, on the other hand, may run to a fifth page.
Brief Note. Quick Notes are concise reports on noteworthy advancements in instrumentation, fabrication techniques, field measurements, and conceptual analyses, as well as a repository of information relevant for applied physics, such as key materials properties.  Researchers are working in applied physics should be interested in the study topic described. A summary of no more than 100 words should be included, as well as a list of acceptable references. Brief Notes should never be separated into parts in any other way.

The maximum length, including tables and figures, is three printed pages (around 3,000 words), The reference list, on the other hand, may run to a fourth page.

JAFCE also publishes the following categories of invited articles:

Invited Review. Invitation Reviews are in-depth studies on the history and current level of research in a given sector of engineering and applied physics. This should strive to widen the scope of applied physics by providing non-specialists with observations of the field.
Special Review. Exceptional Reviews will be authored by special researchers who will provide background information on their studies.

JAFCE also produces Special Issues based on international events in addition to the regular issues.  Honorary Editors solicit contributions for Extraordinary Issues, which are subject to the very same peer-review criteria as articles published in JAFCE problems.