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1. The journal “Proceedings of higher educational establishments. Energy problems” has a thematic focus and publishes articles on fundamental and applied problems of energy sector.
2. The journal publishes the results previously published and is not intended for simultaneous publication elsewhere.
3. The author cannot publish more than one article in one issue.
4. Publications of a graduate students are free of charge.
5. The authors do not receive honorariums for their articles.
6. The manuscript must also be supplemented with:
• a cover letter from the organization in which the work is done;
• an expert report on the possibility of the publication of articles in the press;
1. The structure of a manuscript should be as follows: UDC (top left); article title; initials and surname of the authors; names of institutions where the work was done, their location (city); abstract and key words in Russian (abstract and key words in English placed in the end of the article before the bibliography). Introduction; Forums (paragraphs); Finally; References (no more than 20 sources). For the experimental work is recommended to have dedicated part of the article: introduction, methodology of the study, the main results, discussion of results, conclusions. Each article must end with conclusions, stating the main results of their importance for the theory and practice.
Information about each of the authors: surname, first name, middle name (in full); the full name of the organization – the place of work (study), its mailing address; current position, academic degree; phone numbers (work and home) with area code; E-mail; specify which of the authors (multiple authors) should be contacted for further correspondence or negotiation and his\her addresses or phone.
2. The Editorial office accepts the manuscript in the English language containing: the title of the article; abstract and keywords; bibliography; full information about the authors.
3. The manuscript of scientific articles should not exceed 10 pages, including figures; article under the heading “dissertations” – 4 pages, including figures; abstract – 2 pages.
4. The manuscript should be carefully verified and signed by all authors.
5. The manuscript is submitted in two copies and on a disc (CD-R / RW) in the format of Microsoft Word 2003. To reduce the risk of failure when reading data, it is desirable to make multiple copies of files.
6. The electronic version of the manuscript with the complete set of documents can be sent by E-mail.
7. When creating the document for submission on the computer follow the rules of the manuscript:
• Text of the article is typed in Times New Roman, size of 10.5 pt with line spacing “at least 12pt” and is printed on one side of a standard (A4) sheet of white paper. It should set the following margins: top – 2 cm from the bottom – 1.5 cm on the left – and right 4.5 cm – 2.5 cm. On the “Paper Size” select “Other” and set the width of a sheet of 21 cm, height of 25.5 cm. The indent of the first row should be strictly 1cm.
• In the digital values and the dimension it should be a sign for non-breaking space. Distinguish between a hyphen “-“, “minus” sign “-” and the dashes “-“. Shifts in words not to use. Do not use text formatting marks space.
• All abbreviations, except for generally accepted, decrypted at their first mention in the text.
• The values of physical quantities are given in SI units or permitted to use along with them.
• Formulas are typed in normal font using the formula editor Microsoft Equation 3.0, following the dimensions: plain text – 10.5 pt, Large index – 9 pt, small index – 8 pt, a major symbol – 16 pt, small symbol – 12 pt.
• Letters of the alphabet (as in the main text) are gaining in italics letters of the Greek and Russian alphabets – font. Mathematical symbols lim, lg, ln, arg, const, sin, cos, min, max, etc. dial font. The symbol should not merge with nadsimvolnym element.
• The length of the formulas should not exceed 10 cm. The big formula to be split into separate independent fragments.
• numbering and punctuation should be placed separately from the formulas in plain text. The formulas that are referenced in the text, numbered at the right margin of the page with Arabic numerals in parentheses.
• Figures, the number of which has to be logically justified, must have the extension together with MS Word (drawing MS Word, editors CorelDraw, Photoshop).
• The disk images must be submitted as separate files, preferably in TIF format with a resolution of 300 dpi.
• Requirements for the figures: the format – less than 10’8 cm; the thickness of the lines: the main – 2 pt, supporting – 1 pt. For symbols in the drawing, as well as for the caption label, use the font Times New Roman, size not less than 9pt. Pictures with more detail (complex charts, graphs) placed in the entire width of the page. (14 cm).
• Photos must be clear, glossy paper. Scanned photos are recorded in the files in TIFF, JPEG, GIF. Scan the image should be 300 dpi for the contrasting black and white drawings and 600 dpi – for grayscale.
• Tables should be numbered, subject headings, and run on a separate sheet. The width of the table should not exceed 14 cm.
• Authors should avoid repetition of the same data in the text, tables, graphs. Abbreviations may only be accepted. Figure Notes must strictly comply with the symbols in the text.
• References should be numbered in the order mentioned in the text in Arabic numerals, and are indicated in brackets.
• Literature sources is printed on a separate sheet and is made according to GOST R 7.0.5- 2008 “bibliographic references. General requirements and rules”. References to unpublished posts (except the protected dissertations) are not allowed. Foreign names are given in the text in Russian and in the reference list – in the original transcription.
8. The return of the manuscript for revision does not mean that the article has already been accepted for publication. The finalized version should be sent to the editorial office in duplicate together with its initial version, review and letter responding to comments from reviewer.
9. The revised version of the article is reviewed and considered by the editorial board again. The date of submission shall be the date of receipt in edition revised article.
10. The decision of the editorial board of acceptance of the article for publication or reject the authors report.
11. Wheels and manuscripts are not returned.
12. The authors sent a reprint their article.
13. If the authors fail to follow the Requirements the manuscript will not be accepted.