Drying Technology - An International Journal
Drying Technology - An International Journal (DRT)
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Important note on Drying Technology!

Drying Technology will be completing 25 years of publication in 2007. The first two issues of the journal will be Special Anniversary issues. Authors interested in contributing to these special issues are invited to contact the Editor-in-Chief, Prof. A.S. Mujumdar at mpeasm@nus.edu.sg



Authors should visit http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/authors/ldrtauth.asp for information regarding submission of manuscripts to Drying Technology.

Address manuscripts to the Associate Editor: Dr. Sakamon Devahastin, Department of Food Engineering, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, 126 Pracha u-tid Road, Bangkok 10140, Thailand. Tel.: +662 470 9246; Fax: +662 470 9240; e-mail: sakamon.dev@kmutt.ac.th


Click here for statistical summary of papers published in DRT in 2005
Click the following links for A Tribute to Prof. A.S. Mujumdar, Guest Editorial and Contents of a special issue of DRT in honor of Prof. Mujumdar on the occasion of his 60th birthday

Tribute

Guest Editorial

Contents (Vol. 23, Nos. 1&2, 2005)

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Important information for authors of Drying Technology - An International Journal
Instructions for preparation of manuscripts
Important notes to contributors
Checklist for authors
Copyright transfer form
Checklist for Guest Editors of DRT
Review form (for referee)
Drying Technology FAQs
Common pitfalls of manuscripts receiving unfavorable reviews for DRT publication
Please include names, addresses and e-mail addresses of possible referees (up to five) with your letter of transmission. Please also enclose the above checklist for authors with your submitted manuscript.
DRT will be typeset as of 2001 (Volume 19). The final accepted version of the manuscript should be submitted in electronic form. Submissions not in electronic form may face a delay in publication. The version on the disk "MUST" exactly match the final version accepted in hardcopy (three hardcopies must be returned to the editor along with the disk). Failure to adhere strictly to the manuscript preparation instructions may prevent all or part of the material supplied on disk from being used in production and hence the delay in publication.
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