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Journal of Marine Science and Application

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期刊名称:Journal of Marine Science and ApplicationCSCD核心(2019-2020)
  • 主办单位:哈尔滨工程大学
  • 国内刊号:CN 23-1505/T
  • 国际刊号:ISSN 1671-9433
  • 出刊周期:季刊
  • 级别:CSCD核心(2019-2020)|梯队期刊(2019)|科技核心(2019自然科学)
《Journal of Marine Science and Application》(《船舶与海洋工程学报》),创刊于2002年,季刊,是由国际知名出版集团Springer和哈尔滨工程大学联合主办的英文科技期刊,现为中国高校内全面反映船舶与海洋领域学术研究水平的英文学术期刊,主要刊登中国船舶与海洋领域最新的科研成果和高水平的学术论文,旨在促进国际学术交流、推动国内船舶科技的发展。期刊具体内容涉及船舶工程(基础理论研究、船舶结构物设计、船舶性能研究、船舶结构动力学分析、造船技术、船舶材料、现代船舶设计与制造、水下航行器等)、海洋工程(海岸工程、港口航道、深海工程、海洋水文、海洋气象等)、船舶轮机工程、船舶电力与通信、船舶动力与机械、水声工程(水声材料研究、水下通信技术、水下声设备与仪器研究、水声探测技术等)、船舶经济学等。主要栏目:研究论文、动态。[查看详情]
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Instruction for Authors

Ⅰ Aims and Scope

Ⅱ Editorial Policy

Ⅲ Format of Papers

Ⅳ Submission of Papers

Ⅴ Download

Aims and Scope top

Provide a platform for scientists and engineers in a wide range of topics on marine science and engineering.

Publishes high level peer-reviewed papers.

No page limit and no publication fees.

Topics include, but are not limited to:

Naval architecture

Ocean engineering

Underwater technology

Ship resistance and propulsion

Ocean acoustics

Marine environmental engineering

Automatic navigation

Marine renewable energy

Polar and arctic engineering

Marine corrosion and protection

Marine science

Experimental technology of above

Engineering application of above

Editorial Policy top

Authorship

All the named authors have agreed with the submission, and each author must have contributed sufficiently to the paper. It is not under consideration for publication by any other journals. This work has not been published previously (besides the form of an abstract and some part of a published lecture). If the paper is accepted, it will not subsequently be published elsewhere in any other language without the written consent of publisher.

After submission, any changes to the author list, such as a rearrangement of the order of the authors, or the removal or addition of authors, must be approved by a signed letter from every author. The corresponding author must confirm the reason of the changes. And requests that are sent to the Journal Manager by the corresponding author must be forwarded to the each author.

Ethical responsibilities of authors

For information on ethics in publishing, please see http://www.springer.com/gp/authors-editors/journal-author/journal-author-helpdesk/before-you-start/before-you-start/1330

Disclosure of potential conflicts of interest

Authors must disclose all relationships or interests that could have direct or potential influence or impart bias on the work. Although an author may not feel there is any conflict, disclosure of relationships and interests provides a more complete and transparent process, leading to an accurate and objective assessment of the work.

Awareness of a real or perceived conflicts of interest is a perspective to which the readers are entitled. This is not meant to imply that a financial relationship with an organization that sponsored the research or compensation received for consultancy work is inappropriate.

Examples of potential conflicts of interests that are directly or indirectly related to the research may include but are not limited to the following:

● Research grants from funding agencies (please give the research funder and the grant number)

● Honoraria for speaking at symposia

● Financial support for attending symposia

● Financial support for educational programs

● Employment or consultation

● Support from a project sponsor

● Position on advisory board or board of directors or other type of management relationships

● Multiple affiliations

● Financial relationships, for example equity ownership or investment interest

● Intellectual property rights (e.g. patents, copyrights and royalties from such rights)

● Holdings of spouse and/or children that may have financial interest in the work

In addition, interests that go beyond financial interests and compensation (non-financial interests) that may be important to readers should be disclosed. These may include but are not limited to personal relationships or competing interests directly or indirectly tied to this research, or professional interests or personal beliefs that may influence your research.

The corresponding author collects the conflict of interest disclosure forms from all authors. In author collaborations where formal agreements for representation allow it, it is sufficient for the corresponding author to sign the disclosure form on behalf of all authors.

Examples of disclosures

The corresponding author will include a summary statement in the text of the manuscript in a separate section before the reference list, that reflects what is recorded in the potential conflict of interest disclosure form(s).

Funding: This study was funded by X (grant number X).

Conflict of Interest: Author A has received research grants from Company A. Author B has received a speaker honorarium from Company X and owns stock in Company Y. Author C is a member of committee Z. If no conflict exists, the authors should state: Conflict of Interest: The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.

Plagiarism

In general, plagiarism can occur in two situations as follow:

(1) Using ideas and more than 7 consecutive words taken verbatim from the text of another publication without citation.

(2) Copying phrases or sentences of another person without putting quotation marks.

JMSA uses CrossChek to detect instances of overlapping and similar text in submitted manuscripts. Results may be used as a criterion for the analysis of the manuscript may eventually result in a rejection due to plagiarism, duplicate and/or redundant publication. If plagiarism is found, the journal will contact the author and, in some cases, the affiliations of authors.

CrossChek is a multi-publisher plagiarism detection initiative to screen published and submitted content for originality. You can know more information about CrossCheck by visiting www.crossref.org/crosscheck.html

Peer review policy

Journal of Marine Science and Application adopts a rigorous peer-review procedure. Firstly, CrossCheck ( www.crossref.org/crosscheck.html ) will be used for each manuscript to prevent scholarly and professional plagiarism and protect the original authors’ copyrights, typically within 3 working days. Then, all contributions will be sent at least two independent reviewers immediately after the first check. The editors will try their best to make final decisions on these papers within 6 weeks of the submission data. The identity of reviewers is confidential and manuscripts are considered private information. Authors are encouraged to suggest or recommend for exclusion reviewers when submit. Accepted papers will be normally published in half of a year.

Copyright

When the paper is accepted for publication, all author(s) should sign the Copyright Transfer Statement. It will ensure the widest possible protection and dissemination of information. The copyright transfer covers the exclusive right and license to reproduce, publish, distribute and archive the article in all forms and media of expression now known or developed in the future, including reprints, translations, photographic reproductions, microform, electronic form (offline, online) or any other reproductions of similar nature. If excerpts from other copyrighted works are included, the author(s) must obtain written permission from the copyright owners and credit the source(s) in the article. Please download the Copyright Transfer Statement[PDF] .

Digital preservation policy

Springer online Journal Archives

Springer has created a comprehensive body of scientific, medical and technical research documentation accessible to scientists, researchers and other professionals. They offer a total of 1.8 million archive records comprising approximately 800 journals formerly published by Kluwer, as well as, all content from Volume I, Issue 1, where available, from both the former Springer-Verlag and Kluwer.

CLOCKKSS

Springer Science+Business Media, publisher of one of the world’s most comprehensive online collections of scientific, technological and medical journals, books and reference works, announces a partnership with the community-governed archive cooperative CLOCKSS to preserve Springer content in the CLOCKSS global archive. Springer publishes over 1,700 journals and more than 5,500 new books a year, as well as the largest STM eBook collection worldwide. Springer is a founding member of CLOCKSS. The CLOCKSS archive allows research libraries and scholarly publishers, who launched CLOCKSS as a pilot program, to preserve and store its electronic content. once ingested, the econtent is kept safe and secure in a dark archive until it is triggered and the CLOCKSS Board determines that the content should be copied from the archive and made freely available to all, regardless of prior subscription.

Local Archive

We use a local facility to store a complete, accurate digital version of papers. The current format standards are .doc and .pdf; with most files being retained in both formats. We ensure that all the volumes published remain available through the digital archive.

Format of Papers top

Title Page

The title page includes a concise and informative title; the full names of all authors including their given names; the affiliation addresses (including city, post code and country) of all authors; and the contact details of the corresponding author (including telephone number, and email address). Ensure that the e-mail address of the corresponding author is kept up to date.

   Title

   The title should be suitable, concise and informative. The title should show the main idea and thesis, and be easy for information-retrieval. Avoid abbreviations and formulae. 

   Abstract

   The abstract can clearly describe the major findings reported in the manuscript. The abstract should state the purpose of the research, main method, the principal results and major conclusions. Use the same key words and phrases in the Title and Abstract, to increase the chances of being found by search engines. Organize messages logically and clearly, and make points flow and text readable to encourage the reader to read it through. References and non-standard or uncommon abbreviations should be avoided. 

   Keywords

   Provide 4 to 8 keywords, and avoid and, of, etc. These keywords reflect the specificity of the paper, and will be used for index.

Text

   Introduction

   State the purpose of the study and provide a background, avoiding a detailed literature survey or a summary of the results. The Introduction should not contain either results or conclusions.  

   Materials and Method

   Provide sufficient details to allow the work to be reproduced. Methods already published should be referenced without detailed description.

   Results

   The Results should be concise and true. Presentation of the same data in different forms should be avoided. 

   Discuss

   This should explore the significance of the results of the work. Avoid repeated information that already existed in the Introduction and Results sections.

   Conclusion

   The Conclusion is the final summary of the study. The main conclusions can be listed.

   Acknowledgements

   The contribution of colleagues or institutions can be acknowledged. The names of funding organizations should be written in full, but thanks to reviewers should not be included.

References

    Citation in text

    In the text, references should be cited using the basic form of the author-date consists of the  last (family) name of authors, and the year of publication of the work. 

Examples of text citations:

One author: (Vandermeer, 1990)

Two authors: (Sun and Wang, 2000; Cao and Xu, 2001)

Three or more authors: (Moons et al., 1997; Schlag et al., 2000a; 2000b)

    References list

    The references should be listed in alphabetical order of authors’ surnames. The number of references should be at least 25. References list should only include works that are cited in the text and that have been published. Please use the full names of journals, books and conferences. For a reference published other than in English, the language used should be noted at the end of the reference, e.g., (in Chinese).

     Miller TC, Tobin RL, Freisz TL, 1991. Stackelberg games on a network with Cournot–Nash oligopolistic competitors. Journal of Regional Science , 31 (4), 435-454. (Journals) DOI: xxx

     Hino T, Martinelli L, Jameson A, 1993. A finite-volume method with unstructured grid for free surface flow simulations. Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Numerical Ship Hydrodynamics , Iowa City, USA, 173-193. (Proceedings)

     Harker PT, 1987. Predicting intercity freight flows . VNU Science Press, Utrecht, the Netherlands, 20-25. (Whole books)  

     Prigogine I, 1976. Order through fluctuation: self-organization and social system. In: Jantsch E, Waddington C (Eds.). Evolution and Consciousness: Human Systems in Transition . Addison-Wesley, London, 93-134. (Monographs or chapters in edited books)

     Cone CD, 1963. The aerodynamic design of wings with cambered span having minimum induced drag . Langley Research Center, Virginia, United States, NASA Technical Report No. TR R-152. (Reports)  

     Hsin C, 1990. Development and analysis of panel methods for propellers in unsteady flow . PhD thesis, Massachusetts Institutes of Technology, Cambridge, 15-20. (Thesis)

     Carter RW, Eretkin RC, 2011. Induced surface flow wave energy converter. U.S. Pataent 8084873 B2. (A patent)

     ISO, 1982. ISO 4948-1:1982. Steels classification-Part 1: Classification of steels into unalloyed and alloy steels based on chemical composition. International Organization for Standardization, Geneva. (A standard)

     University of Sheffield Library, 2001. Citing electronic sources of information. University of Sheffield. Available from http://www.shef.ac.uk/library/libdocs/hsl-dvc1.pdf [Accessed on Feb. 23, 2007]. (A website)

Figures

Figures must be numbered by Arabic numerals, and be cited in text in consecutive numerical order. A caption giving the figure number and a brief description must be included. The caption should be understandable without reference to the text. Color figures are encouraged where they will enhance the presentation of the data, and they are free. No punctuation is placed at the end of the caption. If a figure has been published before, the authors must obtain permission from the copyright owner(s) for both the print and electronic formats and submit it with the manuscript. Figures should be cited in the text using the following format: Fig. 1, Fig. 1(a), Figs. 1 and 2, Figs. 1–3, or Figs. 1(a)–1(c).

 

Format At the revision stage, authors who have created their files using a drawing or painting program such as Visio, Origin, Excel, AutoCAD, Coreldraw, ANSYS, Matlab should provide the original files that can be edited. Authors who have created their files using a drawing or painting program should export the files to TIFF format. The figure’s magnification should be expressed by scale bars.

Resolution Adequate figure resolution is essential to a high-quality print and online rendering of your manuscript. Raster line art should carry an absolute minimum resolution of 700 dots per inch (dpi).

Line width The line width should generally be 0.5 pt . Please note that the actual line width changes with the scale of the figure.

Tables

Please set up Tables as editable text and not as images. Tables should usually contain three horizontal lines, without vertical lines. Each table must have a brief title that describes its contents. The title should be understandable without reference to the text. Details such as explanatory material, specific entries, and definitions of non-standard abbreviations should be put in table footnotes, not in the title. All tables must be mentioned in the text in consecutive order and must be numbered with Arabic numbers as Table 1, Table 2, etc.

Units

Please use the international system of units (SI). If other units are used, please give their equivalent in SI.

Variables and formulae

Variables, regardless of the context (formula, figure or table), should be presented in italics (e.g., x 1 ); if a variable represents a vector or a matrix, it should be in Italics & bold (e.g., x1).

Numerals and operators should never be italicized. Number consecutively any equations that have to be displayed separately from the text. For complex formulae, use the software " MathType " and define the sizes as follows:

(1) Full: 9.5 pt;

(2) Subscript/Superscript: 58%;

(3) Sub-subscript/Superscript: 42%.

Submission of Papers top

Please click http://mc03.manuscriptcentral.com/jmsa to start your submissions .

Register and Login

For New Authors

There will be a Create Account link in the top right corner of the Submission Website , or you can use the New User? Register here just to the right of the Log In. Follow the 3-step process for creating your account. Your User ID or Password cannot contain any spaces and your password must be at least 8 characters in length (the 8 characters must contain two or more numbers). If you want more details, please see the Author Guide .

For Registered Authors

If you already have an account, please do not register again. Simply enter using your previous username and password in the Log In page.

Forgot your password?

If you know you have an account but have forgotten your password, use the Password Help field and select GO. The system will send you an e-mail with your account information or link to reset your password. Please be sure to check your spam folder as our email is sometimes treated as spam.

Submitting a Manuscript

When you log in, you are taken to the Home page. The page may contain information from the journal, such as submission instructions and forms. Please click on the “Author” button.

The Author Dashboard is where you will create and manage your submissions. The left menu lists available options. When you first log on, you will see the option to Start New Submission. Later, you will see additional queues which indicate your manuscript’s progress through the submission process or actions you may need to perform.

To begin the submission process, select Begin Submission (or select from available submission methods.) The steps for submitting a manuscript are found using the Author Guide .

A manuscript ID like JMSA-xxxx-xx-xxxx will be assigned once your submission complete. Please include this ID in any further communication.

First Check by Editors

After submissions completed, you may need to wait for a few days for the editors to check English usage and scopes of the submissions. If a manuscript needs revision, the corresponding author will be notified by email. In such cases, please login the ScholarOne System and modify your submission. Please do not submit it again as a new submission .

Peer Review and Crosscheck Process

Each manuscript will be sent to reviewers immediately after the first check. The peer review process takes about 2 months. Meanwhile, CrossCheck ( http://www.crossref.org/crosscheck.html ) will also be used as part of the paper reviewing process to protect the original copyrights of authors. If you want the status of your submissions, you may log in to the ScholarOne System to check or send emails to the editorial office at jmsa@hrbeu.edu.cn directly.

Decision, Revision and Re-review

The editors will try their best to make final decisions on all manuscripts within 6 weeks of the submission data. A decision letter will be sent to the email of corresponding authors after peer review. Authors may also log in to the system to check the decision.

To start your revision, you will need to log back into your Author Center and find the Manuscripts with Decisions queue. Selecting this queue will display information on the right, click Create a Revision submit your revised paper. Please do not submit your revised paper again as a new submission . If your time has expired to create a revision and you will need to contact the journal office for an extension. If you have already started a revision, the revision is now located in the “Revised Manuscripts in Draft” queue. Select this queue and click Continue to finish your revised submission. Re-review may take another month to process.

Editing, English Language Polishing and Publishing

The publishing editor will contact you directly. Your accepted papers will be sent for English language polishing, which need your proof again. The manuscripts could be available online in 20 days when they are accepted usually. Paper publishing and printing usually takes 3~5 months.

Open Acess

JMSA offers an open choice to enable authors to publish their articles as Open Access (OA). All articles published open access will be immediately and permanently free for everyone to read and download. But an open access publication fee is payable by authors or their research funder. The open access publication fee is US$ 3000/€ 2,200 (excl. VAT). For more information on the Open Choice program please refer to the following link: www.springer.com/openchoice . However the authors can choose not to publish your papers as OA without any fee. And the authors need sign the Copyright Transfer Statement[PDF] and send the scanning copy back to the editorial office.

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