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Every academic, researcher and scientist wishes to get his/her work published in a top engineering and technology publication. Most of them, however, are under the impression that this is entirely impossible. The fact of the matter is that anybody, no matter how inexperienced and unknown they are, can have their research published in any international journal Scopus of global repute, by simply taking a few steps to ensure that their research papers are of the topmost quality and fit for publishing in a world-class journal/publication operating within their specialization in the broad and extensive domain of engineering

  • Picking Journals Of Prominence & Relevance
    • As far as choosing the best international engineering journal and publication that is indexed by Scopus, to have your research published in is concerned, doing some digging and carefully thinking about the best journals in operation should help you single out the most pertinent journal for you to have your research paper published. 
    • To do this, you will have to first begin by looking for the best journals that are currently in operation within your specific field/discipline of interest and study.
    • Failing to find the best and most appropriate journal/publication for one to have their research work published in, will lead to – 
      • the loss of one’s reputation within the extended community of researchers and exploratory analysts across diverse fields of Engineering, 
      • the failure to have any impact on readers and audiences across the globe through your published research paper, 
      • the lack of any offers for collaboration from top scientists and professionals operating within your firm, 
      • the failure to acquire any offers for critical funding that will help you carry on your research work and projects for longer, etc. 
    • All these things can be easily avoided by simply spending some time to find out which the best and most appropriate journal for you to have your work published in is. 
    • In order to do so, one will have to put several factors into perspective, including – 
      • the relevance of the journal to their own stream of research within the domain of engineering, 
      • the number of readers and subscribers that a journal has throughout the world (the greater this number, the more people your paper if published, is likely to reach),
      • the reputation of the journal amongst the community of academics, researchers, and scholars who have previously authored papers that have been published by it, and 
      • the entire reviewing process followed by the journal and the typical time period for completion of the reviewing process (this will help you determine if you can actually invest the time that a particular journal takes to review a certain paper).
    • Carefully finding out the values for each of the factors listed above for every journal that you come across is the key to success in terms of your research paper having a profound and lasting impact on audiences and readers. 
  • Convincing The Best Journal To Have Your Paper Published In (As Per Your Research) With A Persuasive Cover Letter 
    • After conducting your research and singling out which journal amongst the hundreds of journals (within your specialization in the extended domain of Engineering) that you may have come across, you will now have to convince the authorities in charge of accepting papers at this journal to accept yours. 
    • Unless you are a veteran author who has had hundreds of research papers published across several popular and world-renowned journals before, you are not likely to be accepted easily.
    • This is because every journal puts its reputation and credibility on the line when accepting a research paper from an academic, researcher or scientist. 
    • Without being convinced of the – 
      • potency, 
      • pertinence to modern subjects, 
      • applicability to common challenges, and 
      • sheer ingenuity, 

of a research paper as well as the findings thereof, no journal (even if they are a small-time publication with a relatively small subscriber base) is likely to accept your research paper easily. 

  • This is why writing a cover letter has become the norm for academics and researchers who are desperate and eager to have their papers published by a certain journal. 
  • These cover letters are sent to the authorities in charge of reviewing papers and accepting them for publishing in their journals, and are written with the intention of persuading these people that by publishing their paper, the journal is likely to profit – 
    • monetarily, 
    • by elevating its reputation, 
    • from the profoundness of the insights detailed within the paper, 
    • the groundbreaking and pioneering nature of the research specified, and 
    • the notoriety that the publication will gain as a result of publishing this paper. 
  • Making sure that your cover letter touches all of these points is guaranteed to get your paper published by any journal, no matter how great its reputation might be. 
  • Don’t Be Dejected If Your Paper Gets Rejected
    • Rejection is part and parcel of the entire publication business, and one shouldn’t be dejected or sad about being refused to be published by a popular journal or publication.
    • More often than not, members of the reviewing committee make mistakes because –
      • they mistook the meaning or intention of a research paper and failed to comprehend its true purpose, and 
      • they didn’t spend enough time reviewing the paper carefully, because they were burdened by an excessive workload. 
    • The right thing to do is to take things in your stride and to not take things personally or as a sign of your inability or lack of talent and skill.
    • Instead, you should think of rejections as a learning experience from which you have a lot of knowledge to obtain, that will, in turn, help you become stronger and make better and more informed decisions later on. 
    • Learn from where you went wrong, even if you don’t think you’ve made a single mistake, and the mistake was on the part of the reviewing committee.
    • Think about why the reviewing committee mistook the intention of your research and try to make things simpler as well as more straightforward so that there is no room for any misconceptions to be had on the part of the reviewing committee. 
    • Doing this is not only helpful in making things easier for future reviewing committees but also the quality of your paper, in terms of – 
      • the coherence of the ideas/concepts mentioned, 
      • the flow and structure of the research study, 
      • the reliability of the entire paper, and 
      • its simplicity (in terms of getting even the most uninitiated to understand your work and find it interesting). 
    • The mistake that many academics, researchers, scholars, and others keen on getting their work published by top engineering journals (both the inexperienced ones as well as those who’ve had multiple papers published) make is that they try to make the language too technical and complex. 
    • While some do this unintentionally, many do this because they are under the impression that doing this will help them find favor in the eyes of the reviewing committee and impress them. 
    • This is however far from the truth, because the primary aim of every author looking to have his/her research published by top journals and publications, is for their work to have the maximum impact possible. 
    • By making their research paper incredibly technical and complex they fail to fulfill this purpose and instead realign their goal to that of pandering to the reviewing committee. 
    • And although members of the reviewing committee are often highly qualified research professionals themselves, they are not looking for the journal with the most complex language and the highest number of technical terms. 
    • They simply only value – 
      • the quality of the research that was carried out, 
      • the consequence and impact of the outcomes/findings/conclusions accrued, 
      • the ingenuity of the research methodologies, approaches and strategies adopted, 
      • the appeal of the research paper and its findings to their reader/subscriber base, and 
      • the influence that the paper is likely to have on the discipline and all research carried out thereafter. 
    • Making sure your research paper has all these qualities, while also ensuring that the concepts and ideas described within are done so in the simplest language possible, is sure to have you impressing any reviewing committee, no matter which journal/publication they belong to. 
  • Amplify, Elevate & Intensify The Ideas Of Your Paper
    • Aside from ensuring that the concepts illustrated in the simplest language possible, another key factor to amplify the ideas and concepts enumerated within your paper is to use – 
      • statistics, 
      • images, 
      • illustrations, 
      • graphs, 
      • pie charts, 
      • tables, etc. 
    • Incorporating such elements within your research that shed further light on essential points, without having to explain them in words is key to grabbing the readers attention and retaining it. 
    • This is something that all veteran authors do for their papers to have a profound impact on the reviewing committees of the journals that they submit their papers to. 
    • Not only does this improve the readability and amplify the ideas described within your research paper, but they also prove to members of the reviewing committee that you are submitting your paper to that you are in fact the consummate professional, who cares about his/her research work. 
    • Doing so is bound to get any researcher, academic and scientist, no matter how inexperienced they are, to get their research papers published by the biggest journals and publications operating within their specific niche in the extended domain of engineering and technology. 
    • Engineering and technological concepts (irrespective of which branch of engineering and technology) can often be bland when described plainly.
    • Supplementing these descriptions with high-quality illustrations, images, graphics, stats, graphs and the like, will aid immensely in elevating the significance of these concepts. 
    • However, when doing so, it important to use only the most relevant and authentic of stats, illustrations, and figures to supplement the ideas detailed within your paper. 

Taking all the above-mentioned factors into consideration should help anyone, however, inexperienced in authoring research papers they may be, have their research published in any top international engineering and technology Scopus publication of global repute. 

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