Brazilian Journal of Technology

The Brazilian Journal of Technology, published by the Brazilian Journals Publicações de Periódicos e Editora Ltda. (CNPJ 32.432.868/0001-57), came with the perception of some Brazilian professors that the technology theme needs more means of disseminating scientific research. It is a quarterly publication whose objective is to disseminate knowledge through the publication of scientific articles that present original contributions, both empirical and theoretical.

The Brazilian Journal of Technology is a partner of the Faculty of Industry of the Federation of Industries of the State of Paraná (FIEP), partner of the ISEPE Faculty, and it is the official journal of academic works of the Commercial Association of São José dos Pinhais (ACIAP), the city where our company is headquartered.

The papers published in the Brazilian Journal of Technology will receive the DOI - Digital Object Identifier, unique identification code of the paper.


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We are currently indexed in following databases:

- DOI - Digital Object Identifier, Latindex, Google Scholar, LivRe, Eurasian Scientific Journal Index - ESJI, Academic Resource Index - ResearchBib, Bielefeld Academic Search Engine - BASE and Sindexs.

 

- H index (Google Scholar): 2

Announcements

 

ANNOUNCEMENT: NEW INDEXING

 
New Indexing of BJT  
Posted: 2020-10-23 More...
 

ANNOUNCEMENT: DOI IDENTIFIER

 

BJT has just joined the public identifier DOI - Digital Object Identifier.


All published papers will have their DOI identifier.

 
Posted: 2020-10-23
 
More Announcements...

Vol 5, No 2 (2022)

Brazilian Journal of Technology, Curitiba, v. 5, n. 2, apr./jun. 2022

Published online in: 01/04/2022

Table of Contents

Editorial
Edilson Antonio Catapan
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63
Romário Batista da Silva, Daiane Regina de Freitas, Thais de Oliveira cardoso Brandão, Rafael Oliveira Chaves, Mariseth Carvalho de Andrade
64-81
María de Lourdes Cárcamo Solís, Maria Concepción Alvarado Méndez, Ramón Navarrete Reynoso, Erika Lourdes González Rosas, Dorian Rojas Balbuena
82-100
Eric Bem dos Santos, Hernande Pereira da Silva, Rayanna Barroso de Oliveira Alves, Jose Severino Bento da Silva, Jones Oliveira de Albuquerque
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101-117