1. The scope of a scientific article (depending on the type of the scientific article) is 20-60 thousand printed characters (about 10-25 pages); format – A4, orientation – portrait; indents – left 3 cm, right 1.5 cm, top and bottom 2 cm each; font – Times New Roman, colour – black, font size – 14; interval – 1.0.
  2. A scientific article submitted to the journal is expected to not have been previously published in other editions, the degree of originality (the presence of plagiarism is checked using a software) is at least 65%.
  3. The text of a scientific article is formatted as follows

Science: (E.g.) Technical sciences

 

UDC:

ORCID:

ARTICLE HEADING  

Author of the article (including co-authors):

surname, first name, patronymic (full, passport),

academic degree (if any),

workplace (full),

position (full)

E-mail address,

contact phone numbers

Abstract

Keywords:   

 

Above information must be provided in the same order in the Uzbek, Russian and English languages

 

TEXT OF THE ARTICLE

 

  1. Heading is an important part of the article, which should clearly reflect the topic. The heading is not expressed in an abstract or general way, hence it should be written in an academic style and present a proposed solution to the main problem and questions underlying the research topic. The number of words used in the heading of a scientific article should be no more than 10-12, and the number of keywords in the title should be at least 1-2 words. Only commonly used abbreviations are used in the heading.
  1. Abstract contains information about the scientific, theoretical and practical aspects of the research topic, i.e. a summary and description of the article.

In terms of its composition, abstract should comprise following:

subject, topic, purpose, relevance and problem of the research;

research method / methodology;

findings;

application of findings;

conclusions.

Based on the above information, abstract is written in the form of a single text and is not divided into paragraphs, sections.

The scope of the abstract is about 150-250 words. Use of repetitions, redundant words, detailed descriptions, copying statements from the text of the article, rewriting of exact title, use abbreviations, references to sources are not allowed.

  1. The keywords that make up the semantic core (basis, essence) of a scientific article are a list of important concepts and categories that are considered necessary to describe the topic and the study itself. In practice, these words help to find the article on the Internet. Therefore, when writing a scientific article (articles), special attention is to be paid to the semantic core of the topic.

The number of keywords should be within 6-8 words, which are sorted from general to specific, that is, starting with keywords related to the topic and problem, and ending with keywords related to the object and subject of the research. Neologisms, long phrases, related parts of speech are not used as keywords.

  1. The text of a scientific article is written according to the following requirements

 

1. Introduction

1.1. Topic’ relevance 

1.2. Purpose and problem of the article

 

1.3. Literature review or how other authors have approached to the problem posed in the article, what methods they used to address it, etc.

2. Materials and methodology

2.1. Detailed content of the study

2.2. Rationale for applied methods, methodology and research subject

3. Research findings

3.1. Analysis of the dynamics of the main indicators featuring the research subject (within the data that will form the basis for solving the problem posed in the article) and conclusions.

3.2. Retrieved scientific and practical findings, analysis of their effectiveness and reliability.

4. Analysis of the research findings The author analyzes facts, substantiates his opinion, states which of them he approves and which he denies, and explains his views.

4.2. Review of the hindrances and issues in the field of science that have arisen in course of the study.

4.3. Review of various methods, comparison of research findings with the those from other studies.

5. Conclusions

5.1. Conclusions and recommendations arising from the research findings

Notice! When interpreting results of the study, it is recommended to use legislative statements, statistical data, diagrams and graphs on the research subject.

  1. Figures and tables are given in the following order:
Figure

 

Fig. 1. Title (Font size 12, highlighted)

If there is only one figure in the article, it is not numbered (Fig. Title), in case there are several of them, these should be numbered accordingly.

The title of the table in the article is centered. The word “Table” is aligned to the right of the page. The table is not numbered if there is only one table, it is numbered in case there are several of them.

Table

or

Table 1

Table name

(font size 12, highlighted)

Font size 10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The data given in the table should be clear and concise.

  1. The editorial team of the journal recommend that authors use modern sources of information, scientific literature and research published over the past 5-10 years when compiling their lists of references (REFERENCES).

Links in the text are indicated in square brackets, along with a serial number of the source and the page from which the information was retrieved, e.g. [4, с. 151].

Citations in articles and materials are made according to the Harvard method.

An article must contain links to at least 20 sources

References to foreign editions should make at least 50%, 30 % of which – for articles listed in international databases Web of Science and (or) Scopus.

References to official documents are not given in the article, they are provided in the text itself, i.e.: title, date, number.

Sources and literatures are provided in accordance with requirements of international scientific and technical databases and are written in Latin script as ‘REFERENCES’ (Literature List). The applied text transliteration system on the platform: http://translit.ru/.

 

The list of references is made in strict accordance with the form below, depending on the nature of the source. The list of references is compiled in the same sequence as the references to them listed in the text of the article (not in alphabetical order or not dividied into types of sources!).

 

 

REFERENCES

 

(E.g. Literature, monographs, collections)

  1. Lindorf L.S., Mamikoniants L.G., eds. Jekspluatacija turbogeneratorov s neposredstvennym ohlazhdeniem [Operation of turbine generators with direct cooling]. Moscow, Energija Publ., 1972, 352 p.
  2. Kanevskaya R.D. Matematicheskoe modelirovanie gidrodinamicheskih processov razrabotki mestorozhdenij uglevodorodov [Mathematical modeling of hydrodynamic processes of hydrocarbon deposit development]. Izhevsk, 2002. 140 p. Izvekov V.I., Serikhin N.A., Abramov A.I. Proektirovanie turbogeneratorov [Design of turbo-generators]. Moscow, MEI Publ., 2005, 440 p.

 

(E.g. Reference to periodicals)

  1. Zagurenko A.G., Korotovskikh V.A., Kolesnikov A.A., Timonov A.V., Kardymon D.V. Tehniko-jekonomicheskaja optimizacija dizajna gidrorazryva plasta [Techno-economic optimization of the design of hydraulic fracturing]. Neftjanoe hozjajstvo – Oil Industry, 2008, no. 11, pp. 54-57.

 

(E.g. Reference to electronic journals)

  1. Kontorovich A.E., Korzhubaev A.G., Eder L.V. Forecast of global energy supply: Techniques, quantitative assessments, and practical conclusions. Mineral’nye resursy Rossii. Jekonomika i upravlenie, 2006, no. 5. (In Russ.) Available at: http://www.vipstd.ru/gim/content/view/90/278/ (accessed 22.05.2012).

 

(E.g. Reference to Internet resources)

  1. Kondrat’ev V.B. Global’naja farmacevticheskaja promyshlennost’ [The global pharmaceutical industry]. Available at: http://perspektivy.info/rus/ekob/
    2011-07-18.html/ (accessed 23.06.2013).

 

(E.g. Reference to digital resources with DOI)

  1. Zhang Z., Zhu D. Experimental research on the localized electrochemical micro-machining. Russian Journal of Electrochemistry, 2008, vol. 44, no. 8, pp. 926-930. DOI: 10.1134/S1023193508080077/.

 

(E.g. Reference to conference materials)

1. Sen’kin A.V. Voprosy vibrodiagnostiki uprugih kosmicheskih apparatov [Issues of vibration diagnostics of elastic spacecraft]. Problemy teorii i praktiki v inzhenernyh issledovanijah. Trudy 33 nauch. konf. RUDN. – Problems of the Theory and Practice of Engineering  Research. Proc. Russ. Univ. People’s Friendship 33rd Sci. Conf., Moscow, 1997, pp. 223-225. (In Russ.)

 

(E.g. Reference to translated pieces of work)

  1. Timoshenko S.P., Young D.H., Weaver W. Vibration problems in engineering. 4th ed. New York, Wiley, 1974. 521 p. (Russ. ed.: Timoshenko S.P., Iang D.Kh., Uiver U. Kolebanija v inzhenernom dele. Moscow, Mashinostroenie Publ., 1985. 472 p.).
  2. Brooking A., Jones P., Cox F. Expert systems. Principles and case studies. Chapman and Hall, 1984. 231 p. (Russ. ed.: Bruking A., Dzhons P., Koks F. Jekspertnye sistemy. Principy raboty i primery. Moscow, Radio i svjaz’ Publ., 1987. 224 p.).

 

(E.g. Reference to dissertations and theses)

  1. Semenov V.I. Matematicheskoe modelirovanie plazmy v sisteme kompaktnyj Diss. dokt. fiz.-mat. nauk [Mathematical modeling of the plasma in the compact torus. Dr. phys. and math. sci. diss.]. Moscow, 2003. 272 p.

 

(E.g. Reference to patents)

  1. Palkin M.V. e.a. Sposob orientirovanija po krenu letatel’nogo apparata s opticheskoj golovkoj samonavedenija [The way to orient on the roll of aircraft with optical homing head]. Patent RF, 2006, no. 2280590.
 

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