Engineering and Applied Science Research (EASR), formerly known as KKU Engineering Journal (1974-2016), is a peer-reviewed open-access journal. The journal title has been changed since January 2017 (Vo.44 No.1 January-March 2017) to get more attentions from international readers and authors. The journal aims to publish high quality research works related to engineering and applied science disciplines.  

Journal Abbreviation  Eng Appl Sci Res
ISSN 2539-6161 (Print)
ISSN 2539-6218 (Online)
Start year: 1974
Language: English (since Vol.42 No.3, 2015)
Publication fee: free of charge 
Issues per year: 4 Issues

 Focus and Scope

Publication of the journal started in 1974. Its original name was “KKU Engineering Journal”. English and Thai manuscripts were accepted. The journal was originally aimed at publishing research that was conducted and implemented in the northeast of Thailand. It is regarded a national journal and has been indexed in the Thai-journal Citation Index (TCI) database since 2004. The journal now accepts only English language manuscripts and became open-access in 2015 to attract more international readers. It was renamed Engineering and Applied Science Research in 2017. The editorial team agreed to publish more international papers, therefore, the new journal title is more appropriate. The journal focuses on research in the field of engineering that not only presents highly original ideas and advanced technology, but also are practical applications of appropriate technology. 

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Vol 46 No 3 (2019)

Published: 2019-09-16

Mathematical models of a fluidized bed bioreactor using granular activated carbon (FBBR-GAC) for wastewater treatment

Rattapol Suksomboon, Chaiyan Junsiri, Sutawan Tangjitjaroenkit, Medhat Mohamed El-Moselhy, Surapol Padungthon


PLA blend /RHA permeable composite films for fruit packaging

Warangkana Choklob, Rakesh K. Gupta, Somjai Kajorncheappunngam


Design and performance evaluation of PEA IP over DWDM core networks

Chaowarit Boonta, Prasit Nakornrat, Nakrop Jinaporn


Container transport mode choice analysis with a binary logit model case study: Northeastern Thailand

Siradol Siridhara, Wilasinee Paonoi, Sutthipong Meeyai, Vatanavongs Ratanavaraha


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