Aim & Scope
Aim & Scope
Its aim is to explore the knowledge of automotive professionals and to meet the needs of both academia and industry in terms of research and development. This Journal will be an endeavour to promote research, innovation and new ideas in various fields of automotive technology for journal publication. One of the objective of this Journal is to provide a platform for the publication of articles covering a wide range of automotive and its allied subjects. Manuscript published in this journal will receive very high publicity and acquire a very high reputation in the automotive and research communities. It is a peer-reviewed, quarterly publication.
This Journal provides broad coverage of all aspects of automotive and its related areas. Major areas of emphasis include: Advance Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS); After treatment System; All-terrain Vehicle Technology; Alternate Fuels; Artificial Intelligence; Automotive Electronics; Automotive Lightweight Technology; Automotive Safety; Autonomous / Connected Vehicles; Computational Fluid Dynamics; Computer Aided Engineering; Computer Aided Design; Control Systems; Durability; Electric & Hybrid Vehicles; Emission; Energy; Environment Research; Finite Element Methods; Heat Transfer; Homologation; HVAC; Impact Biomechanics; Industrial Management; Innovation and Collaboration; Materials & Manufacturing; Mechanics of discrete systems; Noise, Vibration and Harshness; Off Highway Vehicle; Powertrain Technologies; Prototyping; Recycling; Simulation; Steering & Braking; Suspension; Testing, Validation & Certification; Tyres; Vehicle Design; Vehicle Dynamics. The Journal considers original Research Papers for publication.
Categories of Manuscript
ARAI Journal of mobility Technology invites manuscripts dealing with broad areas and all aspects of mobility technology. Manuscripts that were previously published in part or full or papers that are under consideration elsewhere are NOT acceptable.
The Journal considers the following two broad categories of manuscripts for publication:
1. Original Research Papers: These are manuscripts predominantly devoted to reporting ORIGINAL research investigations in the mobility technology, including research in one of the core areas. The manuscript should adhere to the following format and page limitations (see below).
2. Review Articles: Review articles should contain the current state of knowledge or recent advances in the field, integrating basic background principles and practice, or summarizing with a critical analysis of the field or consensus view of controversial topics in automotive field. Review articles should provide comprehensive and updated information of the topic that and be presented in a quite useful format for researchers, students, industrial scientists, and others professionals. Manuscripts must not be more than 50 double-spaced pages including references (excluding figures and tables).