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Manuscripts may be submitted in English, Portuguese or Spanish. The text should be sent through the SciElo system by accessing the address ( http://submission.scielo.br/index.php/eagri/). The Editorial board checks the text for plagiarism, scope and format. Each article is submitted to at least three reviewers.
By submitting the manuscript, the corresponding author should fill in the system form with all the require information and also send a message to mailto:email@example.com assuming responsibility for the other authors, if any, as co-responsible for the scientific content of the article, according to Article 5 of Law No. 9610, which treats of the Copyright Law (please see item 4, at the end of this topic).
The correspondent author should also send to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org a declaration form stating that the article sent to Engenharia Agricola have not been submitted for publication to another agency, nor have been previously published, except in abstract form at scientific meeting (please see item 4, at the end of this topic).
2.1 Submission and publication
The publication fee is 310.00 (three hundred ten Reals), however if the first author is associated to SBEA and up to date with annuity, the fee is R$ 90.00 (ninety Reals).
Please wait the request from Editorial Committee to proceed the fee payments using the following options:
2.2.1 Bank transfer or account deposit
The fees can be paid by deposit in the following bank account:
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2.3. Considerations about fee payment and receipts
2.4 Translation and review
The translation of the articles submitted in Portuguese and Spanish and the review of the articles submitted in English will be paid by the author directly to the companies indicated by the editorial committee.
3. Guidelines for manuscript preparation
Title: Centralized, should be clear and concise, allowing prompt identification of the content of the study, trying to avoid words like: analysis, study and evaluation.
Abstract: The text should start on the same line of the item, be clear, succinct and mandatorily explain the intended objectives, trying to justify its importance (not including references), the main procedures adopted, the most significant results and conclusions, containing a maximum of 14 lines. Below should appear the keywords (six at most, trying not repeating the title) written in lowercase.
Introduction: Should be concise, in at most 50 lines, using recent literature (preferably peer reviewed articles published over last 5 years) and appropriate to formulate the problems addressed and the justification of the importance of the subject, making very clear the objective of the study.
Material and methods: Depending on the nature of the study, a characterization of the experimental area must be inserted, making clear the conditions under which the research was conducted. When the public domain methods are used only the reference will be sufficient, otherwise is required description of the procedures used, adjustments promoted, etc. Measurement units and symbols should follow the International System.
Results and discussion: The results should be compared with those of the literature presented in the Introduction and with others pertinent to the field of work, and discussed in the light of established knowledge, agreeing or disagreeing with scientific or technical explanations, but highlighting the importance and originality of such data. The wording of this item should be elaborated not only by reporting that the results obtained agree with or disagree with the results obtained by other researchers, but also, in a clear and concise way, seek to explain why the results were those and why they agree or disagree with the results presented in the literature
Conclusions: These should be based exclusively on the results of the study. Avoid repetition of results in subsequent listing, confronting what was obtained with the goals initially set. The conclusions should be written to facilitate interpretation of the article, without consulting other items of it.
Acknowledgments: Enter it, if any, after conclusions, succinctly.
References: Should be mentioned only the essential related to the manuscript, including only those mentioned in the text and tables, graphs or illustrations, appearing in alphabetical order and in capital letters. Avoid quoting abstracts, unpublished articles and personal communication. At least 50% of the references should be in the last 5 years and 90% of periodic articles.
Exceptional cases should be justified and will be reviewed by the Editorial Committee. The references in the text must also appear in capital letters, followed by the date:
SOUZA & SILVA (2005), or (SOUZA & SILVA, 2005); existing other references of the same author in the same year (other publications), it will be identified with lowercase letters (a, b, c) after the year of publication: SOUZA & SILVA (2005 a). For three or more authors, in the text will be quoted only the first author followed by et al., but in the final bibliography list other names should also appear. In quotation from quotation (to be avoided), identifies the directly consulted article, the author and / or the article mentioned in it as indicated: SILVA (2000) cited by PESSOA (2006). Following are some examples:
Annals of congress, simposiums, wokshops (to be avoided)
Figures and tables. Illustrations, graphics and photographs must be submitted with sufficient detail and size for the final composition, preferably in the same position of the text, could be colored and must also present the title in English. Graphics: may have colored parts, and the x and y axes with 1/2 pt, described with the same type and size of letters in the text (Times New Roman 12) and the legend in the lower position of it. They must be numbered in consecutive Arabic numerals. Tables: avoid extensive tables and unessential data, privileging average data; adapt their sizes to the usable space of the paper and place, wherever possible, only continuous horizontal lines, their captions should be concise and self-explanatory and should also display the title in English. Photographs: can be colored. In the discussion, compare the results with the data obtained in the Bibliography.
Equations: All equations that are part of the text should be aligned with the paragraph and numbered as follows:
3.2.2. Technical Article
Conclusions: When appropriate, should be written in a clear and concise manner, consistent with the goal established. Should not be a simple resubmission of other paragraphs of the article.
3.2.3. Review Article: It is the presentation, exclusively by a request of the Editorial Committee, of a study by gathering, analyzing and discussing an issue of importance to the Agricultural Engineering, and based on extensive literature search, allowing compilation of existing knowledge. Although with more stylistic freedom than in scientific articles, review articles should contain the following items: Title, Author(s), Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Review, Conclusions and References. The writing of these items should follow the same guidelines described for scientific articles, with the following particular remarks:
Review: follow the standards of the journal citation. If necessary, it can be divided by subjects in sub items. The essay should be critical and not just mere exposure of the issues; it must present a logical sequence in order of subjects and / or chronological. Whenever possible, should contain an analysis of comparative studies on the subject dealt.
4. Responsibility and declaration of originality
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