December 3, 2020

Author Agreement Wear Journal

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Abstracts of all submissions, whether a complete document or a shorter submission, should summarize the purpose and approach of the given problem, indicate the material reviewed, and outline key findings concisely and concisely. Trade or product promotion is unacceptable. Submissions at Wear are evaluated by experts to assess the quality of the archives, the clarity of communication and the novelty of their contributions to the science and technology of wear. This agreement will enter into force on the date of the acceptance of the shipment entitled [Creative Commons Section, if any] [Journalname] is issued under a license [name of Creative Commons license] to allow certain types of reuse without authorization. By submitting this agreement, the author agrees to apply a compulsory license to the presentation after the publication of a license [name of the Creative Commons license]. Main information on the Title page. Incisive and informative. Titles are often used in information recall systems. Avoid abbreviations and formulas whenever possible.

Please clearly state each author`s first and last name and verify that all names are correctly written. You can add your name in parentheses in your own script behind the English transliteration. View the authors` belonging addresses (where the actual work was done) under the names. List all memberships with a tiny letter immediately after the author`s name and before the corresponding address. Include the full postal address of each membership, including the name of the country and, if available, the email address of each author. Corresponding author. Make it clear who will handle the correspondence at all stages of arbitration and publication, even after publication. This responsibility involves answering future questions about methodology and materials. Make sure the email address is indicated and the contact information is updated by the author concerned. Present/permanent address.

If an author has moved since the creation or visit of the book described in the article, a “current address” (or “Permanent Address”) may be indicated as a footnote to the author`s name. The address to which the author actually made the work must be retained as the main address of membership. High-ranking Arabic numerals are used for these footnotes. The following types of manuscripts are welcome on all topics of the magazine (see separate list): An author has been designated as the corresponding author with contact information: `E-mail address` Complete Postal Address Elsevier supports Sharing Responsible Find more information on how to share your published searches in Elsevier Newspapers.

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