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Malaysian Journal of Civil Engineering

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Discipline(s) / Subdiscipline(s):

     1. Engineering & Technology
         - Engineering

Print ISSN: 1823-7843
Publisher: Faculty of Civil Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Publication type: Print
Publication frequency: 3 time(s) per year
Journal Website: http://civil.utm.my/mjce/

Contact Info

Associate Professor Dr. Norhazilan Md. Noor
MJCE Editor-in-Chief
Reliability Engineering & Safety Assessment Research Group (RESA)
Department of Structures & Materials
Faculty of Civil Engineering
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
81310 Skudai Johor
MALAYSIA

E-mail : norhazilan@utm.my
(P) +607-5538704
(F) +607-5566157

MALAYSIAN JOURNAL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING (MJCE) is an international peer-reviewed journal published triannually by the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). It has been published since 1989 and is regarded as the longest-running scientific journal for Civil Engineering discipline in Malaysia. The journal publishes original papers, reviews, short notes, technical notes, and commentaries dealing with all aspects of Civil Engineering disciplines.

The aim of the journal is to provide alternative venue for promoting and disseminating new knowledge and research findings of high scientific standard among engineers, academicians, researchers, policy makers and other relevant professionals. The journal covers all aspects of civil engineering field which include structures, materials, construction management and IT, water supply and resources, hydraulics and hydrology, transportation and highways, geotechnique and soil mechanics, environmental engineering, engineering education and reliability engineering.

EDITORIAL INFORMATION:

Editor-in-Chief

Associate Prof. Dr. Norhazilan Md Noor (Malaysia)

Editorial Board

Assisstant Editor-in-Chief:
  • Dr. Norhisham Bakhary (Malaysia)
Editorial Board:
  • Prof. Dr. Mohammad Ismail (Malaysia)
  • Prof. Ir. Dr. Mahmood Md Tahir (Malaysia)
  • Dr. Khalida Muda (Malaysia)
  • Dr. Hisham Mohamad (Malaysia)
  • Dr. Ahmad Kueh Beng Hong (Malaysia)
Regional Editorial Board:
  • Prof. Ir. Dr. Mohamad Saleh Jaafar (Malaysia)
  • Prof. Dr. Zulkifli Yusop (Malaysia)
  • Prof. Dr. Roslan Hashim (Malaysia)
  • Prof. Dr. Meor Othman Hamzah (Malaysia)
  • Prof. Dr. Ir. Sr. Suhaimi Abdul Talib (Malaysia)
  • Prof. Dr. Bujang Kim Huat (Malaysia)
  • Prof. Dr. Aminuddin Abd Ghani (Malaysia)
International Editorial Board:
  • Prof. Dr. Jang-Ho Jay Kim (South Korea)
  • Prof. Van-Thanh Van-Nquyen (Canada)
  • Associate Prof. Dr. A.S.M Abdul Awal (Bangladesh)
  • Assistant Prof. Dr. Eun-Sung Chung (South Korea)
  • Dr. Mohamed A. Ismail Al Gellany (Canada)
  • Dr. Nurly Gofar (Indonesia)
Editorial Assistant:
  • Rosilawati Mohd Rasol

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:


GUIDES TO AUTHORS

Aims and Scope: All manuscript submissions to the MJCE should be in a Word ".doc" file or in a Word-compatible file with top, bottom, left and right margins set to one inch, Times New Roman 12 point font, and double spaced. The body of the paper, title page, references, tables, figures, and author notes should all be contained in a single file. The editors will remove personal and institutional identifiers before circulating the manuscript for blind review. Articles submitted will be reviewed and accepted on the understanding that they have not been published elsewhere. The length of articles should be between 3,000 and 6,000 words or approximately 7-15 printed pages (final version). The manuscripts should be written in English or Bahasa Melayu. Submission of review paper is only by invitation.

Manuscripts submitted to the MJCE should not be currently under review by another Journal or been made available in print (e.g., working paper series) or on the Internet. One copy of the manuscript should be sent as an e-mail attachment to MJCE@utm.my in one Microsoft Word (or Word-compatible) file.

Type of fonts: All texts, drawing, graph must be written using Times New Roman.

Language: Follow the spelling of the Oxford English Dictionary.

Paper title: The title should be brief (SMALL CAPITAL bold font 14).

       LIME STABILISED MALAYSIAN COHESIVE SOIL

Authors (full name): The author's name and affiliation should follow below the title. Use numbers to indicate affiliations (font 14)

       Abdul Aziz Chik1, Othman Che Puan, Chai Ming Jing

Affiliation: Position and full addresses including post codes (italic font 10)

       1Faculty of Civil Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 81310 Skudai, Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Abstract: Written in English or Bahasa Melayu. The abstract must be translated to English if paper is written in Bahasa Melayu (font 10).

Abstract: It should be a single paragraph of about 150 words.

       Keywords: Written in English or Bahasa Melayu up to 5 keywords. The keywords must be translated to English if paper is written in Bahasa Melayu (font 10 & Italic font 10).

Keywords: Roundabout; Circulating Flow; Entry Flow.

Body text: The main headings of the text should be bold and numbered in title case letterings while the sub-headings should be italicised and numbered (bold font 12 for main-heading and italic font 12 for sub-heading)

1.0 Main-Heading

1.1 Sub-Heading

Units: All units and abbreviations of dimensions should conform to SI standards.

Tables and Figures: Tables and figures should be incorporated in the text. Caption should be written above the table and at the bottom for figures (font 10). All illustrations and photographs must be numbered consecutively as it appears in the text and accompanied with appropriate captions below them.

References: References should be cited in the text according to Harvard referencing style as follows: "Veneklaas and Van (1990) found...", or "(Brooks et al. 1991)". References should be listed in alphabetical order, on separate sheets from the text. In the list of References, the titles of periodicals should be given in full, while for books should state the title, place of publication, name of publisher, and indication of edition.

Journal:
Burland, J.B., Potts, D.M and Walsh, N.M. (1981) The overall stability of free and propped embedded cantilever retaining walls, Essex. Ground Engineering, 14: 28-37.

Books:
Brown, R.J. and Nicol, R.D. (1987) Effects of Pedestrians Volumes on Left Turning Traffic. London: Heffers Printers Ltd., 89 pp.

Thesis:
Portela, A. (1992) Dual Boundary Element Increment Analysis of Crack Growth. Ph.D. Thesis, Wessex Institute of Technology, Southampton, 156 pp.

Chapter in book:
Johan, R. (1999) Fire management plan for the peat swamp forest reserve of north Selangor and Pahang. In Chin T. Y.and P. Havmoller (eds.) Sustainable Management of Peat Swamp Forests in Peninsular Malaysia Vol II: Impacts. Kuala Lumpur: Forestry Department Malaysia, 81-147.

Proceedings:
Diah, A.B.M and Nuruddin M.F. (1998) Concrete: Why Curing so Important for Engineers and Architects to Produce Durable Concrete Structures. Proceedings of 16'h Conference of ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organization. Pampanga, Philippines, 51-60.
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Immediacy Index 0.000
Rank 6/21,Q2(Engineering & Technology)

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