Focus and Scope
Focus and Scope
Fire Society Journal aims to provide cutting-edge research and practices in the management and technology of fire engineering, a forum for debate and reflection as well as an anchor point for many practitioners and academics programs.
Submission are invited concerning any theoretical or pratical treatment of fire technology, fire safety, design, development, management of fire technology and application (from various field of study) The subject of papers contributed may cover, but is not limited to:
- Discussion and exploration of new theory and knowledge of technology, innovation and sustainable development, fire protection, fire management, work safety and disaster
- Proficiency in the understanding technology design, fire protection, fire management, work safety, development and application derived from experimental data analysis.
- Case studies reporting insights and best practices regarding technology design, fire protection, fire management, work safety and development drawn from practices.
- Empirical observations resulting in original and significant conclusions or application papers in the above areas are also welcome.
There is no strict limitation on the length of submitted manuscripts. All manuscripts should be written in English and prepared in accordance with the guidelines of the journal. Manuscripts should be compiled in the following order: title, abstract, detailed description, acknowledgments (if any), references and author(s) information. Please visit Fire Society Journal manuscript style guidelines found in the journal's Web site: http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/fire/index for more detailed information on the submission requirements.
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