Aim and Scope
The Premier Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences publishes high quality articles concentrating on all aspects of Engineering and Applied Sciences. All manuscripts will be blindly peer-reviewed by two reviewers. If a manuscript is adjudged suitable, it will be published as either a Research Paper, Review Paper or a Technical Note.

Manuscript Submission
Authors should upload their manuscript directly on this website. Submission of manuscript is on the condition that it is an original work of the author(s) and it has neither been published previously nor currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.

Manuscript Preparation
Manuscript should be written in English Language and typed in 11 point font size using Times New Roman in single spacing on A4 paper. A margin of 25 mm should be left at the sides. The paper should not exceed fifteen (15) pages, including figures and tables.

The manuscript should be organized under the following headings:

Title Page
The title page should contain the title of the article, authors' contact details such as names, institutional affiliations and corresponding author's email address. The page is also to contain the abstract, three or five keywords and may include the Introduction Section, etc. The abstract should not normally exceed 300 words in 11 point font size.

Under this section, introduce the problem, significance of the research, justification of the study, objectives and brief review of relevant literature.

This section should describe in detail the procedure used in conducting the study, including conceptual and operational definitions of the variables used in the study. It should be presented in simple clear terms in such a way that anyone can replicate the study using the reported methods. Subsections may be used and labelled accordingly. Full information (including model, specification, country of production) of all equipment used should also be clearly stated. The statistical package and software used for data analysis must be clearly stated with the version used. The text size of formula should be similar with normal text size. The formula should be placed in the middle and serial number on the right and must be presented using Equation editor. Also, values should be given to all equations presented in the manuscript.

Results and Discussion
In this section, author(s) should present the findings obtained from the collected data and the analysis performed on those data relevant to the discourse that is to follow. Report the data in sufficient detail to justify your conclusions. Mention all relevant results, including those that run counter to expectation; be sure to include small effect sizes (or statistically non-significant findings) when theory predicts large (or statistically significant) ones. Do not hide uncomfortable results by omission.

This should be brief and give a summary of the study in simple clear terms, there is no need to repeat and duplicate the findings earlier reported.

Authors should appreciate all funding agencies and everyone who contributed to the research and the manuscript.

All references to publications made should be cited at the appropriate position in the text and should appear at the end of the manuscript under a main heading (References). References should be listed alphabetically in the reference list. In the text, references should be indicated by author(s) surname(s) and year of publication e.g. (Agbede, 1992); Agbede and Ajagbe, 2004); (Tijani et al., 2020). References in the text should be organized chronologically (earliest to most recent). Use the following system for arranging references:

For Journals: Agbede, O. A. (1992). Characteristics of Tropical Red Soils as Foundation Materials. Nigerian Journal of Science, 26: 237-242.
Agbede, O. A. and Ajagbe, W. O. (2004). Solid Waste Management in South Western Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Issues, 2(1): 92-97.
Tijani, M. A., Ajagbe, W. O., Ganiyu, A. A., Aremu, A. S. and Ojewole, Y. N. (2020). Strength and Absorption of Sorghum Husk Ash Sandcrete Blocks. Premier Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 1(1): 1 - 7.

For Authored Books: Neville, A. M. (2011). Properties of concrete. 5th edition, Pearson Education Limited, Essex, England.
Olawale, S. O. A. and Tijani, M. A. (2019). Simplified Methods of Structural Analysis. Merit Publishers Limited, Lagos, Nigeria.

For Edited Books: Mital, A. and Anan, S. (1993). Handbook of Expert Systems in Manufacturing: Structure and Rules. Chiol, A.A. (Ed.), Chapman and Hall Ltd, London. United Kingdom.

For Proceedings: Tijani, M. A., Ajagbe, W. O., Ganiyu, A. A., Aremu, A. S. and Agbede, O. A. (2019). Properties of Sustainable Pervious Concrete Containing Recycled Concrete Aggregates. In Proceedings of the 2019 Civil Engineering Conference on Sustainable Construction for National Development, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, Pp 1-9.

For Unpublished Project/Thesis/Dissertation: Tijani, M. A. (2021). Compressive Strength and Hydraulic Properties of Pervious Concrete Made From Sorghum Husk Ash, Palm Kernel Shell and Recycled Concrete Aggregates. Thesis for Ph.D. Civil Engineering Department, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. 500pp.

For Standards: FMW (Federal Ministry of Works). (2013). Specification limits for materials and workmanship, revised 1997 Volume III. FMW, Nigeria.
ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials). (2003). Standard specification for concrete aggregates. C33-03, West Conshohocken, PA, USA. BSI (British Standard Institution). (1992). Specification for aggregates from natural sources for concrete. BS882, London, UK.

All the tables presented in the manuscript must be referred to in the text, captions (headings) should be placed on top of each Table, Use Times New Roman, 10 pt font for table captions (headings) and number all tables accordingly from Table 1 as they are referred to in the text. Please refer to tables with capitalization/Title case and unabbreviated (e.g., "As presented in Table 1)

This should include all drawings, smartArt, charts, graphs and objects. They must be numbered consecutively as they are referred to in the text. Please refer to figures with capitalization and unabbreviated (e.g. "As presented in Figure 1...", and not "Fig. 2" or "figure 2"). Place caption underneath every Figure and number them accordingly.

This include all photographs and images, the resolution of images should not be less than 118 pixels/cm when width is set to 16 cm. Images must be scanned at 1200 dpi resolution and submitted in jpeg or tiff format.