Manuscript Preparation Guidelines

Authors of a manuscript should adhere to the following Guidelines:

Title Title should be concise and cover the main theme of the article
Authorship List all authors’ information including names, academic positions and affiliations
Abstract Abstract must be available BOTH in Thai and in English (but on a separate page). Abstract should consist of the research motivation and/or objectives, scope as well as key results.
Introduction Introduction should give the background and literature relevant to the research problem of the article. The research objectives and scope should also be stated.
Materials and methods This section should be comprehensive enough to allow reader to repeat the work if necessary.
Results Results should be given via the use of appropriate figures and tables along with adequate captions.
Discussion Emphasize on main findings and, if applicable, discuss the work in relation to the literature.
Conclusion Summarize the main findings that should be emphasized. Recommendation and/or suggestion can also be made.

Use the number system by giving the reference number(s) in a bracket (e.g. [1], [1,2] or [1-3]) after the referenced statement or author(s).

In the Reference section, follow the following recommended formats:

Pongmalai, P., Devahastin, S., Chiewchan, N. and Soponronnarit, S., 2015, “Enhancement of Microwave-Assisted Extraction of Bioactive Compounds from Cabbage Outer Leaves via the Application of Ultrasonic Pretreatment,” Separation and Purification Technology, 144, pp. 37-45.
Farmer, R.C., Cheng, G.C., Chen, Y-S. and Pike, R.W., 2009, Computational Transport Phenomena for Engineering Analysis, CRC Press, Boca Raton.
Book Chapter
Devahastin, S. and Mujumdar, A.S. 2014, “Superheated Steam Drying of Foods and Biomaterials,” pp. 57-84, in E. Tsotsas and A.S. Mujumdar (Eds.) Modern Drying Technology, Vol. 5, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim.
Pongmalai, P., Devahastin, S., Chiewchan, N. and Soponronnarit, S., 2013, “Effect of Ultrasonic Pretreatment on Extractability of Glucosinolates from Cabbage Outer Leaves,” Proceedings of the 6th TSAE International Conference, Hua Hin, Thailand, pp. 119-122.
Tables and Figures

All Tables and Figures should NOT be directly inserted in the text. Tables and Figures should be summarized at the end of the manuscript, one table/figure per manuscript page.

Add table number, followed by the title of the table, above the table.
Add figure number, followed by the title of the figure, under the figure.

The authors should also ensure that the following important points have been taken into account:

  1. The submission has not been previously published, nor it is under consideration by any other journal.
  2. The submission file should be in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  3. Where applicable, URLs for the references have been provided.
  4. Thai manuscript should be prepared using Browallia UPC size 16 pt., while English manuscript should be prepared using Times New Roman size 12 pt.
  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements of the Journal.
  6. Since the Journal has published a number of papers in various areas, it is entirely possible that articles reporting the results that are similar to those in the submitted manuscript have already appeared in the Journal. Please ensure that appropriate credits are given to articles published previously in the Journal. This is to illustrate full familiarity with the literature and to avoid possible duplication of previous works.
  7. Please insert page numbers and line numbers the manuscript file.

Manuscript Submission

Send a manuscript file to Please also suggest 3 possible reviewers for the manuscript.