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The editor will evaluate all articles in The Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemical Engineering using the Online Journal System and the author can track the full procedure in the user's section. The published articles in soft copy form in The Journal of Engineering with Mathematical and Applied Science are freely accessible for educational, research, and library purposes, and the editorial staff of The JAFCE is not liable for copyright violations further than that reason.


Authors and readers can access the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemical Engineering (JAFCE) online for free. Authors retain full copyright, and users are free to reproduce, show, redistribute, and modify an article as long as the author(s) and Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemical Engineering (JAFCE) are credited, the modifications are noted, and the resultant work is licensed under the same terms. More information regarding our Licensing Arrangement can be found here Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemical Engineering (JAFCE) opinion section is not liable for unlawful infringement of copyright.


The Article In the JAFCE uses the PKP Preservation Network to support and preserve access to the information of its journals (PKP PN). To archive the online journal system (OJS) digitally, PKP has created the PKP Conservation Networks (PKP PN). The LOCKSS program provides decentralized and distributed retention, as well as smooth everlasting access and the protection of the creative content edition. Journals that are not included about any other preservation of digital program (such as CLOCKSS or Portico) can be maintained for long-term accessibility using the PKP PNImportant to consult the rising overview for further information more about PKP PN (a proposed paper for discussion). LOCKSS and CLOKSS preservation can also be used in this journal.


The following terms apply to authors who publish in Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemical Engineering (JAFCE):
• Authors maintain copyright and provide the journal initial publication rights, with the work licensed under license at the same time Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) which also enables others to share the job as long as the authorship and first publication in this magazine are acknowledged.
• Authors can negotiate into different, non-exclusive legal agreements for the distribution of the journal's original edition of their article (e.g., Publish it as a book or upload it to an institutional repository), with a note stating that it was first published throughout this journal.
• Authors are allowed and encouraged to publish their work on the internet (e.g., on their website or in institutional repositories) before too and during the application process, as it can result in fruitful discussions, along with citations of publications being made earlier and more frequently.


Articles submitted to Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemical Engineering (JAFCE) are initially evaluated for basic relevance to the journal's purpose and writing ability. Up to three referees read papers sent out for blind assessment. The average review time is 1-2 months. Articles more than 10,000 words in total or requiring reviewers with different forms of experience may take much longer to analyze. Researchers who want to review for the journal will go to register and fill out the form and 3-5 keywords that describe their points of interest, as well as their analytical and technical skills.

Once all four components of the review procedure have been met, the article will be sent to the reviewer via the editor for further consideration. In The Peer Review, two reviewers work together to evaluate substances. The observer can make a suggestion like this:

1. Submission Accepted: The essay has been accepted for publication without any substantive changes.
2. Revision Required: The article is forwarded to the Author to be edited with minimal changes (The article might be accepted for publication once the Author has submitted the amendment).
3. Resubmit for Review: Major revisions have been made to the article. Following the Author's revisions, the piece is resubmitted to the reviewer for another review (resubmit a maximum of three times), After the fourth review, if somehow the article isn't quite appropriate in content, the reviewer has the option of recommending Decline Publication.
4. Resubmit Elsewhere: In essentially, the article is deemed unsuitable and is recommended for submission to other journals.
5. Decline Submission: The reviewer has turned down the article (considered unsuitable for publication in a journal).


The COPE Principles of Visibility and Recommended Practice Guidelines, as well as the COPE Rules of Conduct, are completely compliant with these guidelines. More information can be found at the following link:

Section A: Authorship and publication
1. All papers submitted are subjected to a rigorous peer-review procedure by at least two international reviewers who are specialists in the field.
2. Confidential peer review is used in the review process.
3. Significance, soundness, importance, innovation, accessibility, and language are all aspects considered in the review.
4. Approval, acceptance of changes, or refusal are among the options.
5. There really is no assurance that a modified contribution will be recognized if writers are asked to modify and republish it.
6. Articles that are refused would never be re-evaluated.
7. The approval of the paper is governed by the applicable legal criteria for contempt, copyright laws, and duplication at the time.
8. Neither any research may be published in much more than one journal.

Section B: Responsibilities of authors
1. Authors should attest that their manuscripts are their creations.
2. Authors may attest that perhaps the manuscript has not yet been previously published.
3. The authors should certify that their paper wasn't under consideration for publication anywhere.
4. Authors are required to participate in the peer review system.
5. Authors must issue public apologies or corrections if they did something wrong.
6. Each of the authors listed in the paper really should have made a meaningful contribution to the study.
7. All information inside the study must be actual and genuine, according to the authors.
8. Authors should really disclose any potential conflict of interest to the Editors.
9. All resources utilized in the preparation of the manuscript must always be identified by the authors.
10. Authors shall notify the Editors of any inaccuracies they find in their published manuscript.

Section C: Obligations of the reviewers
1. Every detail about articles must be kept confidential and treated as private information by reviewers.
2. Reviews must be neutral and free of personal insults to the author.
3. Reviewers may explain their opinions properly and provide evidence to back them up.
4. Reviewers must look for pertinent publications that the authors haven't included.
5. Reviewers may alert the Executive editor to just about any significant resemblance or overlapping between both the article under evaluation or any other published paper of which they are personally aware.
6. Reviewers must avoid reviewing manuscripts in that they have a competing, cooperative, or other connection or relationship with any of the authors, organizations, or institutions associated with both the articles.

Section D: Obligations of the editor
1. Editors retain complete control over whether or not an article is accepted or rejected.
2. Editors are already in charge of the publication's content and general quality.
3. Editors must always heed the writers' requirements and when striving to improve the magazine, consider the readers.
4. Editors must ensure that the articles are of excellent quality and that the academic credentials are accurate.
5. Whenever necessary, editors should issue correction pages or make modifications.
6. Editors must be aware of the many sources of research financing.
7. Editors will make decisions exclusively on the importance, uniqueness, simplicity, and applicability of the paper to the scope of the publication.
8. Editors must not reject their own judgments or those of prior editors unless there is a compelling cause to do so.
9. Editors may protect reviewers' confidentiality.
10. Editors may make absolutely sure that overstudy they publish follows internationally acknowledged ethical criteria.
11. Editors must only consider a paper if they are reasonably convinced it will be accepted.
12. Whether or not such a work is published, editors may intervene if they detect dishonesty or acknowledge, and make every effort to find a solution to this issue.
13. Editors must not refuse articles based on suspicions; evidence of misbehavior should have been provided.
14. Employees, authors, reviewers, and members of the board must not have any potential conflict of interest, according to editors.

Plagiarism Detection Policy
The scientific publication relies heavily on the peer-review process. JEMAS considers a significant need to assist the scientific community in all aspects of the research process and publishing morality as part of its commitment to protecting the integrity of the academic record. All submitted manuscripts must be free from plagiarism contents. Before publishing their article to the journal, all authors should utilize a plagiarism checking tool to analyze for resemblance (To check for plagiarism, please utilize iThenticate or Turnitin). Editors will be using a Turnitin, to verify the similarities of articles in this journal. iThenticate is a piece of software. If plagiarism is suspected or detected, the manuscript will be rejected immediately.

The comparability rate would be evaluated again once the final camera is prepared. Any manuscript's total similarity percentage must not exceed 25 percent, as well as the similarity percentage to a particular source really shouldn't exceed 15 percent.

Repositories Policy

Self-Archiving Policy for Authors
Because Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemical Engineering (JAFCE) is an Open Access publication, authors are free to make their work publicly available under the terms of the Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license:
• Authors who write under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license are free to share and redistribute their work on websites and platforms.

Guidelines for repurposing open-access content
Whenever uploading, disseminating, or repurposing Freely Accessible publications, the journal should be clearly identified as the source and proper citation information provided. In addition to the Version of Record, authors should deposit the URL/DOI of their published article in any repository.

We highly encourage authors to submit the Revision of Record while making their paper accessible under the provisions of their Freely Accessible license. This ensures that individuals viewing your material through such repositories have accessibility to the definitive version, increasing the likelihood that your work will be accurately referenced.