The articles that contain theoretical or experimental research will be published. The articles must fully and clearly describe the written content of the problem.
1. Problem setting in general and its relationship to important scientific and practical tasks.
2.Analysis of the last research and publications which offer the solution of the problem and which are the basis of the study. Identify earlier unresolved parts of the problem.
3.Formulating of article purposes (the purpose of the study).
4.Description of the main argumentation of the obtained research results (solution).
5.Summary Research summary and prospects for further tasks in this area.
1.The article is available on CD or DVD media and printed (on a laser printer) on white sheets (A5). Page Setup: left - 1 cm; right - 2 cm; top - 2.0 cm; bottom - 2.0 cm; stitching - 1 cm; header or footer - 1.25 cm.
2.Head of article comprising: code 'YDK', name of the author(s), scientific degree. The interval between lines - 1.
Title must be short (no more than 8 words). In the article same terms, abbreviations and symbols to be used. Reductions must be decrypted when mentioned in the first time. Scientific notation, terms and units to be used in accordance with the valid standards. Formulas in text to be used without simple mathematical transformations. Either table or graph to be used, not both. References should be numbered in sequence in lie with the list, in square brackets.
3.Article title font ARIAL bold.
4.At the beginning of the article the annotation with a short content summary (2-3 sentences in italics) should be placed.
5.Text editor minimum MS WORD 6.0/7.0. For the main text font Times New Roman. Font size - 10 points with single-spaced rows. Indentation 1.27 cm.
6. List of literature should be placed at the end of the article according to the requirements of national standard (ÄÑÒÓ ÃÎÑÒ 7.1:2006). Literature sources are placed in the order of reference to them in the text. The volume of literature should not exceed 0.2 volume of the article.
7.After the list of literature, the article title, authors and abstract in English should be placed.
8.The article parts are defined with the subtitles in line with the article plan.
9.Page numbering in printed form only.
10.Printed original should contain the wet author's signature at the end.
1.Formulas in editors: MS Equation, Math Type. Use fonts: Times New Roman, Symbol (italics). The basic formulas font size - 10 points. Formulas should be aligned in the middle. Too long formulas should be split into elements.
2.After formulas there is an explanation to all symbols and coefficients. Symbols and ratios should be recorded in a new line. The first line should begin with the word "where" without two-spot. Only formula referred to should be numbered. Numbering of other formula is not recommended. Numbers should be represented with Arabic numerals in parentheses in the right edge of a page.
3.Formulas are part of a sentence. Punctuation rules should be followed.
1.Figures, graphs, diagrams, images should be placed inside the text. Represented on CD or DVD media files in *.JPG, *.TIFF. Their size and contrast should be clear to read.
2.The symbols should be placed above footnotes.
3.Signature of the picture begins with the word "Fig." and number in Arabic numerals.
1.Tables are placed in the text. Above the table its number should be put- Table 1 - and name. If there is only one table in the article, numbering is not needed. The table should not exceed the text field.
2.All symbols should be indicated in full, not abbreviated.
1.Personal data of the author (s): name, scientific degree, rank, place of work, position, home address, phone.
2.Referee report signed by the Doctor of Technical Science.
The submitted materials of article will be edited.