Volume 46 (2023)
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Volume 44 (2021)
Volume 43 (2020)
Volume 42 (2019)
Volume 41 (2018)
Volume 40 (2017)
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Volume 38 (2015)
Volume 37 (2014)
Volume 36 (2013)
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Number of Articles 382
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Acceptance Rate 35
Time to Accept (Days) 180
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The Journal of "Agricultural Engineering" is published quarterly by Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz with the aim of exchanging knowledge and thinking among researchers and specialists in soil science and biosystem engineering. The journal invites all experts and interested parties to publish their research findings through the Journal of Agricultural Engineering. Authors must first consider the goals and vision of the publication and then prepare and submit their article to this publication based on thematic relevance and according to the guidelines of the authors' guide. All manuscripts are checked by the plagiarism diagnostic software (Irandoc) to identify the originality of the articles. This journal is not a member of the International Committee on Ethics in Publication (COPE) but follows its principles and complies with the highest ethical standards in accordance with ethical laws.

Agricultural Engineering Journal examines, accepts and publishes all scientific articles derived from research studies and reviews in the fields of soil engineering and biosystem engineering in the following areas.

- Soil engineering sciences: soil chemistry and pollution, soil fertility and plant nutrition, soil biology and biotechnology, soil formation and classification, application of remote sensing in soil studies, soil management and land use, soil physics and mechanics, water-soil relationship and Plant, soil erosion and protection, oil pollution of soil and environment, dust.

-Biosystem engineering: designing and building systems, precise and intelligent agriculture, post-harvest technology, food industry machines, agricultural mechanization, robotics in agriculture, artificial intelligence, energy in agriculture, waste management and other research related to biosystem engineering.


Signing of a memorandum of understanding between Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz and the Scientific Association of Agricultural Machine Engineering and Mechanization of Iran

This is to inform all respected authors that on 2023.11.15, an agreement was signed between Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz and the Scientific Association of Agricultural Machines and Mechanization of Iran in order to cooperate in the publication of the journal.

 


Important Notice

According to the approvals of the editorial board of the Journal of Agricultural Engineering, considering that in all the articles submitted by the students, there will be correspondence with the supervisor, so the author is responsible for the article of the supervisor and they must send the article to the journal. In addition, the Journal of Agricultural Engineering will give the privilege to the second article sent by the responsible authors from 2023.09.12, that the second article will be prioritized for review and judging without paying a fee.

Research Paper Land Evaluation and Suitability
Prioritization of effective factors on determining the appropriate crop cultivation pattern by decision-making methods (case study: Silakhor plain)

Nikrooz Bagheri; Alireza Sabzevari; Ali Rajabipour

Volume 47, Issue 1 , April 2024, Pages 1-18

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2024.45449.1697

Abstract
  Introduction: One of the decision-making methods using quantitative data is multi-criteria decision-making, which helps the manager make rational decisions by considering different conflicting criteria. Planning for the optimal use of water and soil resources, in addition to their conservation, involves ...  Read More

Research Paper Land Evaluation and Suitability
Variability of some soil quality indicators under different land uses in a part of Lahijan region, Gilan province

Nazanin Khakipour

Volume 47, Issue 1 , April 2024, Pages 19-34

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2024.45535.1700

Abstract
  IntroductionSoil is a dynamic natural system and interface between land, air, water, and life, which performs vital services for human sustenance. The increasing population growth has led to the excessive use of this natural resource to provide food, clothing and other human needs. This has led farmers ...  Read More

Research Paper Soil Chemistry and Pollution
Changes in chemical components and soil organic carbon resistance index as a result of land use change in loess-derived soils of Toshan region, Golestan provinc

Alireza Abdollahpour; Mojtaba Barani Motlagh; Amir Bostani; Farshad Kiani; Farhad Khormali; REZA GHORBANINASRABADI

Volume 47, Issue 1 , April 2024, Pages 35-55

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2024.44158.1674

Abstract
  Introduction Soil organic carbon (SOC) is the largest source of terrestrial organic carbon and small changes in its components have many effects on global warming and carbon cycle. Soil organic matter (SOM) is considered as the most complex and least known component of soil, because it consists of plant, ...  Read More

Research Paper Agricultural mechanization
Estimating the number of agricultural machines required for rice production based on mechanization indexes in the central and southern regions of Guilan province

Roohollah Yousefi; Alireza Allameh

Volume 47, Issue 1 , April 2024, Pages 57-73

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2024.45750.1710

Abstract
  Introduction Mechanization is one of the main factors in the development of agriculture. Agricultural mechanization, as a basic approach in the production of agricultural products, provides goals such as timely performance of agricultural operations, reduction of production costs, reduction of labor ...  Read More

Research Paper Plant Nutrition, Soil Fertility and Fertilizers
The effects of silicon and some nutrients recovered from plant residues on their concentration in soil

samira mohamadi; Fardin Sadegh-Zadeh; Mohammad AIi bahmanyar; mostafa emadi; mahdi ghajar- sepanlu

Volume 47, Issue 1 , April 2024, Pages 75-93

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2024.45495.1698

Abstract
  Introduction: Recovery of nutrients from plant residues is a sustainable and economical method in agriculture. Considering the important role of nutrients, it is essential to supply these elements in the soil and achieve the appropriate yield. The amount of nutrients in the plant residues after harvesting ...  Read More

Research Paper Post Harvesting Technology
Study of the effect of high-power ultrasound waves on the survival of two types of bacteria in tomatoe's washing effluent

Mozhgan Azhdar; Narges Shahgholian; Hassan Zaki Dizaji; mansour amin

Volume 47, Issue 1 , April 2024, Pages 95-109

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2024.45553.1705

Abstract
  Introduction: These days, most of the disinfectants used in the food industry such as chlorinated compounds are dangerous and harmful. Common methods of removing all types of pollution have many disadvantages for human health and the environment. It is possible to help preserve the environment and human ...  Read More

Research Paper Soil, Water and Plant Relationships
Effects of Different Moisture and Salinity Levels on Some Morphological Traits and Yield of Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) in Field Condition

Hossein Beyrami; Hossein Parvizi; Amir Parnian; Hadis Hatami

Volume 47, Issue 1 , April 2024, Pages 111-127

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2024.45547.1702

Abstract
  ABSTRACTIntroductionSoil and water salinization is a worldwide problem, especially in irrigated areas, causing decrease in crop yield and the continuous loss of arable fields. Halophytes are the natural genetic source of salt tolerance traits and can be used for revegetation and remediation of salt-affected ...  Read More

Research Paper Precision Agriculture
Weed detection in fields using convolutional neural network based on deep learning

Adel Taherihajivand; kimia shirini; sina samadi Gharehveran

Volume 47, Issue 1 , April 2024, Pages 129-142

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2024.45327.1688

Abstract
  Introduction In many countries, on average, more than 50% of people's food comes from grains, and nearly 70% of the cultivated area of one billion hectares of the world is dedicated to grains. A variety of weeds grow along with cereals in the fields, which can reduce crop yield due to competition for ...  Read More

Effect of Tillage and Planting Methods in Hill Slopes on Soil Erosion and Wheat Grain Yield under Rain Fed Conditions in Kermanshah Province

Jalal Zakii; Mohammad Asoodar; Morteza Almasi

Volume 35, Issue 2 , March 2013, , Pages 1-12

Abstract
  The erosion in dryland causes decrease in yield and soil quality, especially in slope lands with conventional tillage. To investigate the effects of tillage and planting methods in slope lands on erosion and yield of rain fed wheat, an experiment was conducted in 2007-2008 at Kermanshah Province. The ...  Read More

Ergonomic Evaluation of the Posture of Dates Packinghouse Workers by REBA Method
Volume 37, Issue 1 , September 2014, , Pages 13-22

Abstract
  This study was conducted among dates’ packinghouse workers with the objectives of a) determining of MSDs prevalence and b) evaluating level of exposure to MSDs risk factors. The results of this study can be used to develop MSDs preventive strategies in the workplace and improve workers’ health. ...  Read More

Application of gypsum and manure on improving the amount of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium in leaves and seeds of wheat under salinity stress

Arezoo Mohammadi; Mohammad Bahmanyar; Mehdi Ghajar Sepanlou

Volume 36, Issue 1 , September 2013, , Pages 1-11

Abstract
  Salinity limited plant growth and will decrease the yield with decrease in solution osmotic pressure, nutrient imbalance and toxicity of some specific elements. Application of amendment materials such as gypsum and cattle manure can adjust the undesirable effects and increase the nutrient elements in ...  Read More

The Effects of Different Sizes of Particles of a Superabsorbent Polymer on Water Holding Capacity of Two Different Soil Textures

Atefeh Dashtbozorg; Gholamabbas Sayyad; Iraj Kazeminezhad; Mousa Mesgarbashi

Volume 36, Issue 1 , September 2013, , Pages 65-75

Abstract
  Superabsorbent polymers are water containers that absorb and retain large quantities of water when applied to the soil. These materials release the absorbed water, allowing the plants to consume adequate amounts of water at all growth stages. One of the best options for increasing the irrigation efficiency ...  Read More

Estimating Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Using Cesium-137 Method: A Case Study (Raymaleh Watershed, Lorestan)

Hamid Matinfar; Manouchehr Kalhor; Afshin Shabani; Saleh Arkhi

Volume 35, Issue 2 , March 2013, , Pages 37-54

Abstract
  The rate of soil erosion and sediment yield estimation in the catchment areas is considered as an important factor for soil and water conservation practices. Due to difficulties and restrictions in common soil erosion methods, applying a high accuracy method with lowest cost and time consuming would ...  Read More

Applicable Energy and Renewable Energies
Evaluation of anaerobic digestion of municipal waste and biogas production efficiency in combination with animal waste

Davood Mohammadzamani; Mahdi Jafari; Mohammad Rasooli

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 17 May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2024.46033.1712

Abstract
  Introduction The yield of methane production in the anaerobic digestion processes of municipal organic solid waste alone is low. Adding animal waste or other additives to municipal solid waste as feed for anaerobic digestion system not only increases the relative composition of methane, but also increases ...  Read More

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