• 투고규정
  • 심사규정
  • Introductions for Authors
  • 1987년 10월 15일 제정
  • 1993년 7월 01일 개정
  • 1995년 12월 01일 개정
  • 2000년 12월 12일 개정
  • 2007년 12월 14일 개정
  • 2009년 9월 01일 개정
  • 2011년 6월 10일 개정
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  • 2014년 2월 28일 개정
  • 2015년 8월 13일 개정
  • 2017년 8월 25일 개정
  • 2019년 6월 28일 개정
  • 2019년 12월 13일 개정
제1조(목적)

한국화재소방학회(이하 "본 회"라 한다)의 논문지에 투고하는 논문은 본 규정에 따른다.<2019.12.13.개정>

제2조(투고자격)

본 회에 투고된 논문의 모든 저자들은 학회 회원을 원칙으로 한다. 다만 편집위원회에서 특별히 인정한 자는 예외로 할 수 있다.<2019.12.13.개정>

제3조(투고내용)
  1. 본 회에 투고할 수 있는 논문은 연구논문(Research Paper)과 기술논문(Technical Paper)으로서 다른 간행물 에 발표되지 아니한 것이어야 한다.
    <2019. 6. 28.개정>
  2. 연구논문은 독창성이 있고, 명백하며 오류가 없어야 하고, 기술 및 내용이 논리 있게 정리된 실험 또는 이론 및 해석을 포함하는 학술적 가치를 지니는 논문으로 정의한다.<2019.12.13.개정>
  3. 기술논문은 실용적 관점에서 화재안전과 관련된 새로운 기술, 공정 및 정책에 중점을 둔 것으로 한다.<2019.12.13개정>
  4. 투고된 논문은 다음의 화재 과학 및 소방에 관련된 것이어야 한다.<2019.12.13.개정>
    1. 화재화학·물리(Fire chemistry and physics)
    2. 화재역학(Fire dynamics)
    3. 감지 및 소화시스템(Detection and suppression system)
    4. 피난 및 인간행동(Evacuation and human behavior)
    5. 화재안전설계 및 관리(Fire safety design & management)
    6. 화재위험성평가(Assessment of fire risk)
    7. 화재조사(Fire investigation)
    8. 소방정책 및 관련법(Fire safety legislation)
    9. 구조 및 구급(Rescue and EMS)
    10. 기타 화재·소방 관련 분야
제4조(논문접수)
  1. 논문원고는 학회 홈페이지 온라인 투고시스템으로 제출하여야 한다. <2013.10.25.개정>
  2. 논문접수 후에는 저자를 변경할 수 없다. <2015.08.13.신규>
제5조(접수일)
  1. 논문의 접수일은 본 회의 온라인 투고시스템에 제출된 날짜로 한다.<2019.12.13.개정>
  2. 내용의 수정, 보완 등이 요구된 논문은 본 회에서 발송된 날로부터 1개월 이내에 저자로부터 회송되지 않을 경우에는 최초의 접수일은 무효가 된다.<2019.12.13.개정>
제6조(게재료)

논문의 투고 및 게재 시 소정의 논문심사료 및 논문게재료를 납부하여야 하며, 일반논문과 긴급논문에 따라 아래 표와 같이 분류된다.<2019.12.13.개정>

구분 논문심사료 면수 논문게재료 비고
일반논문 60,000원 6면 이하 180,000원 · 감사의 글 게재 시에 50% 가산
· 6면을 기준으로 추가면에 대하여 적용
7-8면 +40,000원/면
9면 이상 +50,000원/면
긴급심사 논문 120,000원 6면 이하 360,000원
7-8면 +70,000원/면
9면 이상 +80,000원/면
제7조(책임)

게재된 논문의 책임은 저자에게 있다.

제8조(논문 체제)

연구논문 및 기술논문의 체제는 논문작성요령에 따른다.<2019.12.13.개정>

제9조(판권)

게재된 논문의 저작권은 저작권 이양동의서를 통해 본 회에 귀속된다.<2019.12.13.개정>

제10조(별쇄본)

논문지 온라인화를 통해 게재된 논문의 저자에게는 전자파일(논문표지, 목차 및 논문파일)이 무료로 제공된다. 그러나 저자의 별쇄본 요청 시 구입비용이 청구될 수 있다.<2019.12.13.개정>

제11조(원고의 작성)

원고는 "논문작성요령"에 따라 작성한다.<2019.12.13.개정>

제12조(재심청구의 불허)

“게재불가”로 판정된 논문에 대한 저자의 재심청구는 원칙적으로 허용하지 않는다.<2019.12.13.개정>

부 칙

(시행일) 본 규정은 2000년 12월 12일부터 시행한다.

부 칙

(시행일) 본 규정은 2007년 12월 15일부터 시행한다.

부 칙

(시행일) 본 규정은 2009년 9월 1일부터 시행한다.

부 칙

(시행일) 본 규정은 2013년 10월 25일부터 시행한다.

부 칙

(시행일) 본 규정은 2014년 2월 28일부터 시행한다.

부 칙

(시행일) 본 규정은 2015년 8월 13일부터 시행한다.

부 칙

(시행일) 본 규정은 2017년 10월 1일부터 시행한다.

부 칙

(시행일) 본 규정은 2019년 6월 28일부터 시행한다.

부 칙

(시행일) 본 규정은 2019년 12월 13일부터 시행한다.

  • 2000년 4월 11일 제정
  • 2000년 9월 10일 개정
  • 2000년 12월 12일 개정
  • 2011년 6월 10일 개정
  • 2016년 4월 8일 개정
  • 2019년 6월 28일 개정
  • 2019년 12월 13일 개정
제1조

본 규정은 "한국화재소방학회"에서 발간하는 논문지에 투고한 논문의 심사와 게재에 관한 사항을 규정한다.<2019.12.13.개정>

제2조

심사위원은 편집위원장과 편집위원이 위촉한다.<2019.06.28.개정>

제3조

논문의 심사는 2명의 심사위원에게 의뢰하고, 편집위원의 판단에 따라 추가 심사위원이 위촉될 수 있다. 단, 심사위원의 명단은 공개하지 아니한다.<2019.06.28.개정>

제4조

심사결과는 "게재가", "게재불가", "수정 후 게재", 그리고 "수정 후 재심"으로 구분한다.<2016.04.08.개정>

제5조

"수정 후 게재"로 판정된 논문은 심사위원이 지적하는 사항을 저자가 수정한 후 편집위원장의 확인한 후 게재한다. 단, 편집위원장이 판정하기 어려운 경우에는 편집위원회에서 결정한다.<2019.12.13.개정>

제6조

"수정 후 재심"으로 판정된 논문은 심사위원이 지적한 사항을 저자가 수정한 후 해당 심사위원에게 재심을 의뢰하여야 한다. 단, “수정 후 재심”은 2회에 한한다.<2016.04.08.개정>

제7조

심사내용은 저자에게만 통보하고 공개하지 아니한다.

제8조

심사위원이 "게재불가"로 판정하는 경우 그 이유를 구체적으로 심사평란에 제시하여야 한다.<2019.12.13.개정>

제9조

심사위원을 포함한 편집위원 중 2명 이상에 의해 "수정 후 게재" 와 "게재가"로 확정된 논문이 게재된다. <2019.12.13.개정>

제10조

일반논문과 긴급논문으로 투고된 경우에 심사위원은 심사의뢰를 받은 논문을 심사하여 각각 14일과 7일 이내에 논문심사의견서를 제출하여야 한다. 기간 내에 논문심사의견서를 제출하지 아니하는 경우 편집위원장 또는 편집위원은 심사의뢰를 취소할 수 있다. <2019.12.13.개정>

제11조

본 회는 심사위원의 심사의견서를 받은 후 1주일 이내에 저자에게 공개해야 한다.<2019.12.13.개정>

제12조

게재가 결정된 논문에 대해서는 편집위원장이 게재예정증명서를 발급할 수 있다.<2019.12.13.개정.>

제13조

심사위원에게는 논문심사에 따른 소정의 심사료를 지불한다.

부칙

(시행일) 본 심사규정은 2000년 12월 12일부터 적용한다.

부칙

(시행일) 개정된 본 규정은 2011년 6월 10일부터 시행한다.

부칙

(시행일) 개정된 본 규정은 2016년 4월 8일부터 시행한다.

부칙

(시행일) 개정된 본 규정은 2019년 6월 28일부터 시행한다.

부칙

(시행일) 개정된 본 규정은 2019년 12월 13일부터 시행한다.

Introductions for Authors

pISSN 1738-7167 · eISSN 2508-6804

Fire Science & Engineering

Official Journal of Korean Institute of Fire Science & Engineering
(KIFSE)

Enacted 1987
Recently revised Dec 2019

Fire Science & Engineering (FSE) is the official journal of Korean Institute of Fire Science & Engineering (KIFSE). The journal classifies research into the following main fields within the fire science and engineering:


  1. Fire chemistry and physics
  2. Fire dynamics
  3. Detection and suppression system
  4. Evacuation and human behavior
  5. Fire safety design & management
  6. Assessment of fire risk
  7. Fire investigation
  8. Fire safety legislation
  9. Rescue and EMS
  10. Additional fields related to fire safety


Submissions from other fields of fire science and engineering, and from other areas within the fields above, are welcome. Papers are assessed only with regard to quality and their potential for fundamental and generic contribution to fire science and technology.

PUBLICATION TYPES

Full-length manuscripts should be complete and authoritative accounts of work which have special significance, general interest and which are presented clearly and concisely. The types of manuscript are classified into research paper and technical paper. The manuscript has not been published elsewhere, and should be original.


Research paper: This is full-length manuscript of value and interest to engineers. It should contribute to the experiment, theoretical approach or analysis of engineering works. Also it must be original, clear and error-free, and the description and content must be logically organized.


Technical paper: This focuses on new technologies, processes and policies related to fire safety from a practical point of view.

MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION

All manuscripts should be submitted via e-submission system available from: http://kifse.medone. co.kr/html/. Once you have logged into your account, the online system will lead you through the submission process in a step-by-step process. After entering all of the checklist items and information on the authors, manuscript title, abstract, keywords, and other details, you will be prompted to upload your files. Authors are requested to follow these introductions carefully to ensure that the review and publication of the article are swift and efficient. Manuscript will be returned to the authors if they are not presented according to these instructions.


Author eligibility: In principle, those who submit papers to this society should be members of the society. However, anyone who has been specially approved by the editorial board may submit a paper.


Submission date: Note that it is not possible to change the authors after submission. The date of submission will be the date submitted to the online submission system. The author(s) should submit the changed manuscript and the response within one month after the informing of reviewers’ comments. If the author(s) pass(es) this period, the editorial board can cancel the that manuscript.


Responsibility and Copyright: The author is responsible for the published paper. The corresponding author is required to sign an Author’s check list and a Copyright transfer agreement on behalf of all authors during the submission process. The forms of Author’s check list and Copyright transfer agreement can be found via the e-submission system.


Creative Commons Attribution License: This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses /by-nc/4.0/) which permits unrestricted non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.


Request of Reexamination: In principle, the request by author to reexamine a rejected manuscript shall not be allowed.


Please contact the editorial office if you have difficulty in submitting a manuscript.


Contact Us:
Editorial office of KIFSE (Korean Institute of Fire Science & Engineering)
Office No. 906, MSTC, 22, Teheran-ro 7-gil, Gangnam-Gu, Seoul 135-703, Republic of Korea
Tel: +82-2-555-2450
Fax: +82-2-3453-5855
E-mail: kifse@hanmail.net

PUBLICATION CHARGE

All submitted manuscripts shall be reviewed according to the policy of the editorial board for publication. After the review is complete and the editorial board decides to “accept” the manuscript for publication, the author of the paper shall pay the submission and publication charges.


Submission and publication fees: Submission and publication fees are divided into two categories according to the review period (general and urgent review process with 14 and 7 day review periods, respectively). The relevant contents are presented in the table below.


Type Submission fee Page Publication fee Note
General review
Process
60,000 won ~6 180,000 won · 50% of charge will be added if there is acknowledgement.
· If the manuscript exceeds the 6 pages, the author should pay an extra fee for each extra page.
7~8 +40,000 won/page
9~ +50,000 won/page
Urgent review
process
120,000 won ~6 360,000 won
7~8 +70,000 won/page
9~ +80,000 won/page

Electronic file and Offprints: Electronic PDF files such as journal cover, table of contents and paper are provided free of charge to authors of articles published online. However, a purchase fee may be charged at the author’s request for a printed copy.

PEER REVIEW PROCESS

Prior review process: Science Editing reviews all manuscripts received. A manuscript is first reviewed for its format and adherence to the aims and scope of the journal. If the manuscript meets these two criteria, it is checked for plagiarism or duplicate publication with Similarity Check (https://crosscheck.ithenticate.com).


Double-blind peer review: After confirming its result, it is dispatched to two peer reviewers in the field with relevant knowledge by the editor-in-chief or the editors. Then the authors’ names and affiliations are removed during peer review (double-blind peer review). Additional reviewer may be appointed at the editor's discretion. The reviewers are appointed in closed condition.


Acceptance criteria: The acceptance criteria for all papers are based on the quality and originality of the research including scientific and practical significance. Acceptance of the manuscript is decided based on the recommended decision of the reviewers.


Type of review result: Types of review result can be classified by “accepted”, “rejected”, “require minor revision” and “require major revision”. In principle, the manuscript that requires minor revision must be reviewed by the editor after reflecting he comments of the reviewers and can be published. If it is difficult for the editor to decide, it is decided by the editorial board. the manuscript that requires major revision must be reviewed by the reviewer again after reflecting the comments of the reviewers. However, the judgement of re-review after revision is limited to twice.


Review period: An initial decision will normally be made within two weeks or a week of receipt of a manuscript according to general or urgent review process. The reviewers’ comments are sent to the corresponding author by e-mail within a week. The contents of the review result shall be notified to the authors only and not disclosed. When a reviewer make a decision that rejects for acceptance, reviewer has to provide sufficient comments about decision. The manuscript determined as “require minor revision” and “accepted” by two or more editors including reviewers shall be published.


Maximum revision period: The corresponding author must indicate the alterations that have been made in response to the reviewers’ comments item by item. Failure to resubmit the revised manuscript within 4 weeks of the editorial decision is regarded as a withdrawal. The editor-in-chief may issue a certificate of expected publication for articles which have been determined to be published.


Peer review process for handling submissions from editors, employees, or members of the editorial board: All manuscripts from editors, employees, or members of the editorial board are processed same to other unsolicited manuscripts. During the review process, submitters will not engage in the selection of reviewers and decision process. Editors will not handle their own manuscripts although they are commissioned ones.

MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION

General formatting: Manuscripts of the original paper should be prepared using the manuscript templates provided by the e-submission system and not be exceed 20 pages. A manuscript should in general be organized in the following order: title, name(s) of author(s) and his/her(their) complete affiliation(s) written in both Korean and English, abstracts written in both Korean and English, keywords written in English, introduction, main body of paper including figures and tables, conclusions, acknowledgements, reference and appendices.


Essential title page information

  1. Title: The title should describe the purpose of the research and the main resutls.
  2. Corresponding author should be marked using †. Ensure that e-mail address, telephone and fax number are provided in the lower left hand corner of the title page (example: Corresponding Author. E-mail: kifse@daum.net, TEL:+82-2-555- 2450, FAX:+82-2-3453-5855).
  3. Author names and affiliations: if there are two or more authors and different affiliations, marks such as *, **, *** can be used (example: So-Bang Kim*, So-Bang Park**, So-Bang Lee***, So-Bang Hwang†).


Abstract

  1. A concise and factual abstract is required. The abstract written in English should not exceed 300 words in a structured format (see below).
    1. Purpose : State why the study was done, the main aim.
    2. Methods : State the essential information required to help understand the finding, including research subjects, experimental and numerical methods, and conditions.
    3. Results : State the main findings, including important numerical experimental values.
    4. Conclusion : State the main conclusion, highlighting controversial or unexpected observations.
    5. Keywords : These should be listed at the bottom of the abstract to be used as index terms, 5 words or less.


Main text

  1. The main text of the manuscripts should have pages for the INTRODUCTION, METHODS, RESULTS, CONCLUSIONS sections. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS paragraphs may be included following CONCLUSIONS. For reference, the SI system of units should be used throughout.
    1. METHODS: Methods: Explain the basic principles and approaches of experiments, numerical analysis and statistical methods according to the research purpose and subject. Also explain the specific process and conditions applied to the study.
    2. INTRODUCTION: Briefly describe the purpose(s) of the investigation, including relevant background information.
    3. RESULTS: RESULTS should be presented in logical sequence in the text, tables, and illustrations and repetitive presentation of the same data in different forms should be avoided. Any data mentioned in the Methods must be presented in the RESULTS section.
    4. CONCLUSIONS: Results should be interpreted for readers. Emphasize new and important observations. Do not merely repeat the contents of the Results. Explain the meaning of the observations with its limitations. The answer to the purpose of the research should be connected to the results.
    5. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: Include the names of those who contributed substantially to the work described in the manuscript, but who have not fulfilled the requirement for authorship. Also mention sources of funding for research or publication.


Tables and Figures

  1. Table: Tables are to be numbered in the order in which they are cited in the text. A table title should concisely describe the content of the table so that the reader can understand the table without referring to the text. (example: Table 1. Sizes Insulating Covers of Pole Transformer Bushings)
  2. Figure: All figures should be presented with high quality when the figure size was reduced as 7×7 cm.
  3. Figure captions: Ensure that each illustration has a caption. A caption should comprise a brief title and be written in English. Also, each figure should be referred as ‘Figure ~’ in the text. (example: Figure 1. Surface changes of insulation cover by temperature.)


Conflict of interest

  1. Any potential conflict of interest that could influence the authors' interpretation of the data, such as financial support from or connections to compaies, political pressure from interest groups, or academically related issues, must be stated.


Acknowledgments

  1. All persons who have made substantial contributions, but who have not met the criteria for authorship, are to be acknowledged here. All sources of funding applicable to the study should be stated here explicitly.


References

  1. All references cited in the text must appear in the References section, and all items in this section should be cited in the text as form of (1), (2), etc.
  2. References should be written in English.
  3. Abbreviations in the references list are as follows: □ ed.: edition, □ rev.ed.: revised edition, □ 2nd ed.: second edition, □ n.d.: no date, □ Ed.: Editor, □ Eds.: Editors, □et al.: and others
  4. Follow the style shown by the examples below.

    1. Journal arti cles(with DOI or Website)
      1. L. G. Blevins and W. M. Pitts, "Modeling of Bare and an Aspirated Thermocouples in Compartment Fires", Fire Safety Journal, Vol. 33, No. 4, pp. 239-259 (1999). Https://doi..org/10.XXXX/Surfix.

      2. W. K. Chow, Z. He and Y. Gao, "Internal Fire Whirls in a Vertical Shaft", Journal of Fire Science, Vol. 29, No. 1, pp. 71-92 (2011). Https://doi..org/10.XXXX/Surfix.

      3. S. C. Kim, "A Study on Fire Characteristics of Solid Combustible Materials Based on Real Scale Fire Test", Fire Science and Engineering, Vol. 27, No. 5, pp. 62-68 (2013). Https://doi..org/10.XXXX/Surfix.
    2. Books
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