Yes, authors are required to pay in two steps.
Note: The method of payment is written on the main page of the Journal's website.
No, the only way to submit the manuscripts to the Journal of Hydraulics is through the account (login section in Journal's website), and the manuscripts sent to the email will not be considered in the reviewing process.
Yes, the corresponding author can, at any stage by sending a formal request, withdraw the manuscripts from the reviewing process.
The authors can be notified of the status of the articles submitted at any stage after submitting the article by logging in to the account. It is also possible to send email and phone calls in the days and hours specified on the “Contact Us” page.
Yes, it is necessary for all the manuscripts to have titles, authors' names and affiliations, abstract and key words in English.
Note: In the “Guide for Authors” section, there are detailed descriptions of the English language sections.
The DOI or the Digital Object Identifier is a unique alphanumeric string assigned to identify both print and electronic sources. Currently, all reputable international publishers use this identifier to identify their publications.
As the Journal of Hydraulics is open access, the access to all published articles is free of charge through the journal’s website for all individuals.
Yes, according to the editorial board of the Journal of Hydraulics decision all submissions will be evaluated prior to review for similarity and Plagiarism.
In accordance with the approval of the editorial board of the Journal of Hydraulics and the board of directors of the Iranian Hydraulic Association (IHA), to thank the Journal of Hydraulics' reviewers, for every three reviewed manuscripts (since the beginning of year 2018), the Journal's reviewers don’t have to pay fee for one manuscript.
No, students' manuscripts should be submitted in collaboration with the professors and faculty members of universities and centers authorized by the Ministry of Science Research and Technology. The Journal of Hydraulics will review the manuscripts of other specialists in hydraulic science if approved by the editorial board.