The Journal «Aerospace Engineering and Technology» receives papers that have never been published before, that have scientific or practical originality. They have the following set of requirements:
- Text of article is created as a single file in MS Word 2003 or MS Word 2007.
1.1. Document fields – 2,0 cm.
1.2. Hyphenation – automatic.
1.3. Type – Times New Roman, 14 pt.
1.4. Line interval– single.
1.5. Text alignment – by width.
1.6. Paragraph indent – 0,5 cm.
- Article should be structured, should have an abstract, a list of key words(phrases), introduction, sections (subsections), conclusion and bibliography.
- The volume of the article – no less than 8 and no more than 16 pages.
- Article design:
4.1. First page contains UDK code (according to the valid classification http://pu.virmk.ru/doc/UDK/) in the top left corner.
4.2. Names and initials of authors are written after the line, the academic degree is indicated by a coma; information about every author is placed on a new line, positioning on the center (Times New Roman, 14 pt., bold-faced type).
4.3. The name of the department and the organization are placed on the center, after an empty line (Times New Roman, 14 pt., normal font).
4.4. The name of the article is centered on the line. Hyphenations are unacceptable in the title (Times New Roman, 16 pt., bold-faced type).
4.5. The annotation is written across the line (not less than 500 and no more than 1000 characters, Times New Roman, 12 pt.).
4.6. Keywords are list (not less 5 words or phrases, maximum three words per phrase) in Times New Roman, 12 pt.).
4.7. The main body of the article is written.
4.8. The introduction to the article is included as a separate paragraph in the main text. The text should be at least 1-1.5 pages. It should contain the formulation of the scientific problem, justification of its relevance, description of the current state of the issue, a brief review of previous research in Russia and abroad, accompanied by references to relevant publications, and statement of the problem solved in the presented work.
4.9. The Latin alphabet characters are typed with italic, Greece and Russian alphabets – with regular font. Mathematical symbols lim, ln, arg, const, sin, cos, min, max etc. are written with upright type.
4.10. Formulas are typed in editor MS Word. Numbering of formulas in on the right.
4.11. Figures and tables should be performed carefully, in the same style. They are placed in text right after the paragraph they were first mentioned. All tables and figures must be referenced in the text of the article. Type on figures and tables is 10 pt. (other sizes are allowed, but not less than 9 pt. and not more than 12 pt.).
4.12. The captions are placed after the figures and on the center, size – 12 pt.
4.13. Conclusion should contain the analysis of results, corollary on the subject of the article, solution of the problem or the author’s opinion about the results or about the problem in general. Size of conclusion is not less than half of a page (not less than 2000 characters, type Times New Roman, 12 pt.).
4.14. Article should contain References; every reference from it should be used in the text (type Times New Roman, 12 pt.).
4.14.1. The list should contain references to topical researches by domestic and foreign specialists, primarily articles published over the past 5 years in peer-reviewed (indexed) scientific periodicals.
4.14.2. The sources are numbered as they are mentioned in the article.
4.14.3. All the references in the text are marked with color in square brackets, for example: .
4.14.4. Sources in the references should contain all the information according to the current State Standard for Reference.
4.14.5. Bibliography should contain not less than 12 references.
4.14.6. Self-citation level – not more than 25% (it is about a quarter of references to author’s own papers).
4.15. The additional information should be placed in English after the References:
4.15.2. Article title.
4.15.5. References in English.
4.16. The date of sending the article to the editorial is specified in the end.
- The following additional information is provided after the article:
5.1. Information about each author (degree, title, position and place of work, e-mail), recommended English translation of the terms used in the article.