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Optimal Writing for Engineering Articles

Prof. Dr. Yousif Ismail Al Mashhadany


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Writing an expressive and accurate article may be a frightening task, and oftentimes, researchers do not recognize what to include and the way to switch the data. Fortunately, the engineering studies articles comply with the right order. It consists of a presentation that includes a hard clarification, a writing review, purpose of the paper, a section of strategies outlining of the techniques used, discoveries on this paper, conversation and application clips, design diagrams, final effects, and discussion, main conclusions, and in the end the sources(references) used. In this study, the sections are arranged into four chapters.

The first chapter is dedicated to defining the basic concepts in writing scientific studies and a number of the principal paragraphs in writing research in engineering disciplines, supplying a historical review on writing scientific studies and reviewing the forms of research articles with objectives of this study and the most important contributions made in it.

The second chapter provided an in-depth explanation of the paragraphs of the research article in the engineering disciplines and followed the methodology of careful analysis of all paragraphs of the research article, starting from the title to the method of writing references in the research article. The most important and accurate writing strategies are explained in each part of the article, and particular instructions are given to researchers to reach a very high-quality writing and obtain publication in high rank journals such as Scopes and Clarivate.

The third chapter took a case examination on the best strategies of presenting effects in electrical engineering research. Each method was discussed, analyzed, and recommendations have been written for researchers to reach high first-class in writing research in the area of electrical engineering. The fourth chapter offered the most essential conclusions of this article and defined the recommendations for future work.

In the fourth chapter, I would like to point out that there is no single method for writing that may be defined as a law in writing for scientific studies, but directives may be collected commensurate with the quantity of knowledge and work on this specialization to offer a roadmap that makes it easier for researchers to write a good article and publish.

  • Prof. Dr. Yousif Ismail Mohammed Al-Mashhadany, is a lecturer in Electrical Engineering Department – College of Engineering (Control Engineering). Senior member IEEE, He received the B.Sc. (1995), M.Sc. (1999), and Ph. D (2010) in Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the Rashid School of Engineering and Science / University of Technology in Baghdad/Iraq. He completes postdoctoral fellow research in electrical engineering - control department at the University of Malaya in Malaysia (UMPEDAC) in 2012.

    He works since 2004, a lecturer in the Department of Electrical Engineering/ Engineering College/ University of Anbar. He has many publishing that included three books, two chapters, fifty-one Journals paper most of them (Clarivate, Scopus and international journal), and forty-two conferences paper. He has 10 in H-index with Scopus, has 14 H-index with Google scholar, has 6 H-index in Web. Of Sciences with 230 reviews. Editor-in-Chief with Anbar Journal of Engineering Science.