Guide for authors

Editor-in-chief

Sergii Prykhodko

завідувач кафедри, д.т.н., професор

Sections of the article:

Introduction. In the introduction you can specify to which branch of science (industry) the studies referred to in the article belong, as well as substantiate the relevance of the problem solved by the author.

Analysis of recent studies and publications that have addressed the respective issue by other researchers, pointing out the parts of the general problem that have not been solved yet and are addressed in this article. It is strongly recommended to include in the analysis as recent sources as possible; at least 50% of the publications reviewed in this section should be published in the past 10 years. Sources that contain information about research not only by domestic, but also foreign scientists should be included in the review. Be sure to consider, analyze, and include in the reference list publication on the topic of the study (a few publications from different sources are advisable), published in periodicals indexed by scientometric databases Scopus or Web of Science, including foreign authors (referring to such sources should not be formal!). Referring to more than 2 sources without specifying their results and comparing them with the current scientific level is not allowed.

Statement of the purpose and objectives of the study. This section should clearly state the purpose of the article and provide a mandatory list of the problems that it solves.

Main body. The methodology of the conducted research is described and the obtained results are presented. Examples of practical solutions (results of experiments, graphs, diagrams, etc.) are provided that are sufficient to evaluate the adequacy of the proposed theoretical solutions and their practical relevance.
The material in the main body of the article should be new, obtained by the authors of the article in conducting their own research. Including a significant amount of previously known theoretical provisions, formulas, drawings, etc. is not allowed.
The calculations and simulations should be accompanied by baseline data, references to the methodologies used, and results together with their detailed analysis and assessment of adequacy.
The main body of the article may be divided into structural units in accordance with the tasks set by the authors in the previous section, the names of the units being printed in italics.

Conclusions. The obtained results of the study are summarized and the current prospects for further work in this area are presented. The points of the conclusions are given in accordance with the tasks in the section “Statement of the purpose and objectives of the study”. In order to substantiate the significance of the results obtained, it is reasonable to compare them with similar ones obtained previously by domestic and foreign researchers (if possible).

Reference list.

 

The scheme of organization of the article material

1UDC
2AUTHORS OF THE ARTICLE –
SURNAME, INITIALS
+ Scientific degree, place of work
3Article title
4Annotation+ keywords in the language of the original article
5Article text
6List of used sources with mandatory reference to them in the text [1, p.23]
7SURNAME, INITIALS + Article title + Annotation+ keywords

– all positions – in two languages: (If the article is in Ukrainian – then in Russian + English, if the article is in Russian – then in Ukrainian + English)

8Information about the author (authors) in Ukrainian and English:

  • Author’s name without abbreviations,
  • Science. degree, academic title, position,
  • place of work (full name,
  • without abbreviations, in the version
  • as it is presented in official documents / on the web-pages), city, country.
  • E-mail; ORCID ID