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This document shows the required format and appearance of a manuscript prepared for KJAR journals. Formatting guidelines must be followed rigorously, since papers will not be typeset. Authors are advised to print this sample manuscript and use it as a reference while preparing their own paper, to ensure all guidelines are met.
You must designate one author as the “corresponding author”. This is the author to whom proofs of the paper will be sent. Proofs are sent to the corresponding author only.

  • Authors: Authors must use their professional university Email, other emails will not be accepted (In case the university does not provide an Email so a Gmail account will be accepted)

  • Google scholars: Authors must provide their google scholar during the submission of the paper or in the section of the biography at the end of the paper.

  • Citation and referencing: the author must follow the IEEE style which is explained at the reference section, authors are encouraged to use referencing tools to automate the references and citations.

  • EnglishAuthors are strongly encouraged to follow the principles of sound technical writing. In addition, good English usage is essential. Authors whose native language is not English may wish to collaborate with a colleague whose English skills are more advanced. A spell checker can be helpful to discover misspelled words such: Grammarly, but authors should also proofread their papers carefully prior to submission. Manuscripts that do not meet acceptable English standards or lack clarity may be rejected.

  • Font and formatting:Set your page as A4, width 210, height 297,you should use Times Roman for all the paper and margins as follows:

  • Left and right Margin 17.8 mm (0.7")

  • Top and bottom Margin – 17.8mm (0.7")

  • Column Width (3.33") and Gap between Columns (0.5")1.27cm.

Article Title

20pt, Bold

Author name

10pt, bold

Author affiliation



10pt, italic, bold



Heading 1

12pt, Capital, Center, Bold

Heading 2

10pt, Bold, Left



Figure captions

9pt, Center

Table captions

9pt, Center


This section allow the authors to describe the problematic proposed in this paper as well literature review regarding the discussed subject


This section must include a good technical information to allow the experiments to be repeated. The sources of all media (like name and location of manufacturer) or components of a new formulation must be provided.


In this section, include the rationale or design of the experiments as well as the results; reserve interpretation of the results for the Discussion section. Present the results as precisely as possible.


This section must provide an interpretation of the results in relation to previously published articles and to the experimental system at hand. It should not contain extensive repetition of the Results section or reiteration of the introduction.
    1. Figures and Tables

Place illustrations (figures, tables, drawings, and photographs) throughout the paper at the places where they are first discussed in the text, rather than at the end of the paper. Number illustrations sequentially (but number tables separately). Place the illustration numbers and caption under the illustration in 10 pt font. Do not allow illustrations to extend into the margins or the gap between columns (except 2-column illustrations may cross the gap). If your figure has two parts, include the labels “(a)” and “(b)”.

Figure 1Testing data- load current (amperes)
    1. Tables

Place table titles above the tables.

Table 1: Margin specifications


A4 Paper

US Letter Paper


18.5 mm

14.5 mm (0.58 in)



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