Innovations in Production Engineering

Innovations in Production Engineering is peer-reviewed Journal that provides a platform which aspires to cover all the aspects of recent innovations in Automation and Automobile Engineering. The Journal includes Operations Research, Soft Computing, Quality and Applied Statistics, Manufacturing Automation and E-Business, Human Factors, HCI Information Technology, Management, Industrial Technology, Management, Product Lifecycle Management, Production and Operations Management.

The scope of the Journal covers Research Articles, Review Articles, Methodology Articles, Short Communications, Case Study/ Case Reports, Research Reports, Monographs, Special Issues, Editorials research articles, Reviews, short communications and scientific commentaries in all the frontier areas of Production Engineering and its applications.

Mr. Krishna Lok Singh
Principal Scientist
CSIR-National Aerospace Laboratories, Bengaluru

Dr. S A Mohan Krishna
Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering, Mysuru

Dr. A.K.M. Sadrul Islam 
Imperial College of science & technology, London

Anil Neerukonda Institute of Technology, Visakhapatnam

Dr sunil kumar
Assistant Professor
BIT Sindri Dhanbad , Jharkhand

Dr. Eng. Ahmed Kadhim Hussein
College of Engineering University of Babylon, Iraq

Dr. Parveen Sharma
Associate Professor
Lovely Professional University, Phagwara,Punjab

Dr P. Vamsi Krishna
Associate Professor
NIT Warangal, Telangana

Dr. K.S.Seetharama
Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering, Bengaluru

Peer Review Policy

The peer review process for journal publication is essentially a quality control mechanism.

After an editor receives a manuscript, the first step is to check that the manuscript for quality, originality, validity and whether appropriate method has been followed. If it does, then the editor moves to the next step, which is peer review. Peer review is the critical assessment of manuscripts submitted to journals by experts who are usually not part of the editorial staff. The editor will send the manuscript to two or more reviewers. The peer reviewers will then prepare a report that assesses the manuscript, and return it to the editor.

After reading the peer reviewer's report, the editor will decide to do one of three things: reject the manuscript, accept the manuscript, or ask the authors to revise and resubmit the manuscript after responding to the peer reviewers’ feedback. If the authors resubmit the manuscript, editors will sometimes ask the same peer reviewers to look over the manuscript again to see if their concerns have been addressed. This is called re-review.

The final decision on the manuscript is taken by the editor. Only when there are any conflict issues, the editor-in-chief of the journal is involved.

Journal decision-making process

After a paper is submitted to a journal, the journal editor screens the manuscript and decides whether rejected if it is found to be of insufficient quality, outside focus and scope of the Journal or if they are considered not original.

Editors-in-chief have full authority over the entire editorial content of the journal and the timing of publication of that content with no interference from journal owners. Editors should defend the confidentiality of authors and peer reviewers (names and reviewer comments).

Author will receive prompt acknowledgement of submission of articles. If acknowledgement is not received within two weeks, please contact the Administrative Office, preferably by e-mail.


The manuscript should be in English and prepared on the following lines:- Title: Title should be brief, specific and informative, the scientific name(s) in italics/underlined.

Authors: Names of authors to be typed, in capitals unaccompanied by their degrees, titles etc.

Address: Address of the institution where the work was carried out is given below the name(s) of author(s). Present address of correspondence should be given as footnote indicating by asterisk the mark (*), the author to whom the correspondence is to be addressed.

Abstract: The Abstract should be informative and completely self-explanatory, briefly present the topic, state the scope of the experiments, indicate significant data, and point out major findings and conclusions. The Abstract should be in about 100 to 150 words. Standard nomenclature should be used and abbreviations should be avoided. No literature should be cited.

Key words: Following the abstract, key words not more than 8 (Eight ) that will provide indexing references should be listed and in alphabetical order.

Introduction: This should be brief and the review of the literature should be relevant to the theme of the paper. Extensive review and unnecessary detail of earlier work should be avoided.

Materials and Methods: It should describe an appropriate methodology etc. but if known methods have been adopted, only references are cited. It should comprise an experimental design and techniques with experimental area and institutional with year of experiment.

Results and Discussion: It should be combined to avoid repetition. The results should not be repeated in both tables and figures. The discussion should relate to the significance of the observations.

Conclusion and Acknowledgement: Table numbers should be followed by the title of the table, Line drawings/photographs should contain figure number and description thereof. The corresponding number(s) of Tables, Figures etc should quote in the text. Size of tables and figures should be below 1 MB.

References: Author(s) – Family name and initials. Title of article (Italics). Title of Journal (Abbreviated) , Publication year; Volume (Issue): Pages.

1. Srivastava N, Diwakar M, Ajnara J. Evaluation of Nanostructured Metal Ceramic Coatings for solar thermal Applications. IJNS. 2008; 336(7646): 701–4p. (Journal publication less than three Authors)

2. Hanna JN, McBride WJ, Brookes DL, et al. Hendra virus infection in a veterinarian. Med J Aust. 2006; 185(10): 562–4p. (Journal publication having more than three Authors)

3.. Srivastava N, Diwakar M. Evaluation of Nanostructured Metal Ceramic Coatings for solar thermal Applications. Psychol Sport Exerc. 2007;10(4):422–34p. doi:10.1014/j.psychsport.2007.03.007. (Electronic article – with DOI number)Page/Line.

Number: Authors are requested to mention Page number and Line number to each line in the MS for easy and quick review. Text Alignment, line spacing, word count, figures, tables etc. must be as per format.

Vol 1, No 1 & 2 (2021)

Mechanical Properties of Banana Fiber Reinforced Polyester Composites
Santosh Tiwari , Alok Agrawal

Yet To Be Published