A REM - International Engineering Journal (old Rem: Revista Escola de Minas) is one of the first technical (mining and metallurgy) magazines in South America. It was founded in January 1936, and has specialized in the publication of articles concerning the Civil, Geological, Metallurgical and Materials, Mechanic and Energy and Mining Engineerings.
Its objective is to serve as a means of publication for original and technical-scientific works by national and foreign researchers in those areas. Original contributions (articles and letters) are accepted. Review articles are subject to invitation and/or review by the Editors.
The abbreviated title Rem: Int. Eng. J. should be used in bibliographies, footnotes and bibliographical references and strips.
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Editor [or Editors]
|Prof. Dr. Jório Coelho - https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5041-5085|
1. Civil Engineering
3. Mechanics and Energy
4. Metallurgy and materials
6. Petroleum Sciences
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Scope and Policy
The REM - International Engineering Journal (old REM - Revista Escola de Minas) is the first technical journal in South America. It was founded in January 1936 by students from the Escola de Minas de Ouro Preto and has since specialized in publishing articles in the fields of Civil Engineering, Geology, Metallurgy & Materials, Mining, and Mechanics & Energy.
Its objective is to serve as a publication medium for original technical-scientific works by national and foreign researchers in those areas. Original contributions (articles and letters) are accepted. Review articles are subject to invitation and/or editorial review.
Mandatory Reviewer Suggestion:
Authors may, upon request, transfer the copyright of the article to REM - Revista Escola de Minas (or grant REM the exclusive rights of publication and dissemination). This will ensure the broadest possible protection and dissemination of information under copyright laws.
Articles in open access do not require the transfer of copyright, and it remains with the author. By opting for open access, authors agree to publish the article under the Creative Commons Attribution License.
All content of the journal, unless otherwise identified, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
Form and preparation of manuscripts
Note: after the first peer review, whereupon additional information is requested by the reviewer, an additional 2 or 3 pages may be authorized.
Attention: The illustrations (photos, maps, tables etc.) should be inserted in the text and MUST BE SENT along with the text as jpg or tif or excel extensions.
Send of the manuscripts
Regular articles, focused on new data, may discuss any aspect of the areas that REM deals with. These articles are reviewed by at least two expert readers indicated by the Associate Editor
The article’s outline should maintain the following standard format for publication:
MANDATORY: about authors
The name of the authors should not be inserted in the article. Author data should also be sent in a separate WORD file.
Photos should be scanned at no less than 200 dpi.
Photos and Plates
REM can publish information on recent discoveries or developments in the above-mentioned fields. Letters should be concise, not more than 2 pages, including abstracts, illustrations, tables, bibliographic references, etc. They should be typed according to the standard publication format of REM articles.
Citations in the text and references
REM has a standard for presenting bibliographic references. These references should be cited as follows:
When citing literature in the text, use the following forms:
Bibliographic references should be listed at the end of the text, in alphabetical order by first author’s last name according to Documentation Regulation NBR-6023, (updated in 2018). Examples of which are given below:
Articles published in periodicals
SCHWARZ, D. Inclusões em esmeraldas (Emerald inclusion). REM - Revista Escola de Minas, v. 37, n. 4, p. 12-21, 1984.
SPIER, C. A., OLIVEIRA, S. M. B, SIAL, A. N., RIOS, F. J. Geochemistry and genesis of the banded iron formations of the Cauê Formation, Quadrilátero Ferrífero, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Precambrian Research, v. 152, n. 3-4, p. 170-206, 2007.
Articles published in serial publications
BARBOSA, O. et alli. Geologia da região do Triângulo Mineiro. Rio de Janeiro: DNPM/DFPM, 1970. 140 p. (Boletim 136).
VICALVI, M. A. & KOTZIAN, S. C. B. Ocorrência de microfauna estuarina no quaternário da plataforma continental de São Paulo. In: Projeto REMAC - Evolução sedimentar holocênica da plataforma continental e do talude do sul do Brasil. Rio de Janeiro: PETROBRAS, CENPES/DINTEP, 1977. p. 77-96. (Série Projeto-REMAC2).
Articles published regarding events
LINHARES, P. S. & COSTA, A. C. Aplicação de recipientes fechados na dissolução de rochas minerais (Closed container application for mineral rock dissolution). In: CONGRESSO BRASILEIRO DE GEOLOGIA, 33, 1984. Rio de Janeiro. Anais[...] (Annals...). Rio de Janeiro: SBG, 1984. V. 2, p. 4806-13.
VERAVIJT, A. et alli. Penetration testing. Rotterdam: A. A. Baldema, 1982. 922p.
GY, P. M. Definition of basic terms and notation. In: _____. Sampling of particulate materials. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1982. 431p. cap. 1, p. 11-21. (Developments in Geomathematics, 4).
SKINNER, B. J. The many origins of hydrothermal mineral deposits. In: BARNES, H. L. ed. Geochemistry of hydrothermal ore deposits. 2 ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1979. 798 p., cap. 1, p. 1-21.
Every article submitted to REM must pay the submission fee in the amount of U$ 20 (twenty dollars)
Publication Fee (article processing charge)
Every article accepted for publication in accordance with the rules of REM, is charged a publication fee that must be paid. Publication charges can be paid in two ways:
When the fee is covered by a voluntary donation, REM has a charge of US$100.00 per published page. Some research groups, government agencies, companies, or individuals include funds for publication costs in their scientific budgets. Authors would benefit by obtaining publication charge coverage in this manner.
For authors who have not been able to obtain a voluntary donation, REM charges a publication fee per approved article of US$200.00 (two hundred dollars)
Attention: The exchange rate (US$/real) adjustment will be made every three months