AND SYSTEMS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
The Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology DonNTU
The regulation on the collection
Of the International Collection of Scientific Papers
"Progressive Technologies and Systems of Mechanical Engineering"
1. General provisions
1.1. This Provision is developed according to the current legislation.
1.2. This Regulation defines organizational-technological and substantive requirements of the International Collection of Scientific Papers "Progressive Technologies and Systems of Mechanical Engineering" (hereinafter the Collection).
1.3. The founder of the Collection (the certificate of registration of mass media No. 324 dated 06.08.2015, ISSN 2073-3216) and the publisher of the Collection is Donetsk National Technical University.
1.4. This Collection brings together leading scientists and specialists from different countries of the world and is designed for scientific and technical workers, engineers and specialists in the field of mechanical engineering.
1.5. The minimum frequency of Collection is 4 times a year, the maximum frequency and volume are not regulated.
1.7. The Chief Editor and the Editorial Board of the Collection are approved by the academic Council of Donetsk National Technical University.
1.8. Reorganization or termination of the Collection is carried out by the decision of the Academic Council of Donetsk National Technical University, or entered into force by court decision (which is informed about by the authorized body that registered the Collection).
1.9 The Collection is issued in an electronic form and posted on the website http://ptsm.donntu.org with the opportunity of the publication of the printed version of the Collection by the Publisher if necessary.
2. Requirements to the Collection and its distribution
2.1. Publication of articles in the collection is free for authors.
2.2. Published in the Collection materials should not have scientific and technical information containing information relating to the state, official or commercial secret. Each issue of the Collection (or the totality of the included articles) should be analyzed to confirm the possibility of open publication.
2.3. In accordance with the international legislation for the protection of intellectual property rights on each publication of the Collection is to have the copyright sign which consists of three elements:
the letter "C" enclosed in a circle, the name (title) of the owner of exclusive rights, the date of the first publication of the work.
2.4. An article in the Collection in published in Russian, Ukrainian or English.
2.5. The Collection has the Editorial Board which members represent industry knowledge related to the Collection, and have scientific degrees of doctors and candidates of respective branches of science. The list of the Editorial Board members is specified on one of the cover pages of the Collection.
2.6. The papers to be published in the Collection are necessarily reviewed. At least one specialist with the degree of Doctor of Sciences on the specialty of the article can be a reviewer. Only original papers not previously published in other publications come out in the Collection. The grounds for refusal of the publication of the article can be as follows: a mismatch of the material with the identified topics of the Collection; the discrepancy of the submitted for publication material with requirements as to the structure of the articles adopted in the Collection; a negative review of the submitted materials; failure by the author to observe the current legislation on copyright and related rights. Each paper is checked for plagiarism.
2.7. The procedure for the adoption of the publications and peer review and guidelines for authors should be posted on the journal site on the Internet.
2.8. The thematic structure of the Collection is determined by the owner of the Collection and its Editorial
Board. The following information is to be in each issue of the Collection:
• the name of the collection (complete) in Russian, the symbolism of
• the founders of the Collection;
• the surname, initials of the Chief Editor, The Editorial Board members;
• the ordinal number of the issue and the date of its publication (signature in print);
• ISSN index;
• the address of the Editorial Board, the publisher, the printing house;
• character (s) of copyright protection;
• other information specified by the current publication standards and specifications.
2.10. Circulation of the Collection is determined by the Publisher of the Collection in consultation with the Chief Editor.
3. The main goals and objectives of the Collection:
3.1. The primary purpose of the Collection is to publish some of the theory and practice of processing of products by progressive methods, achievements and ways of development of technological equipment, tooling, cutting tools and special coating to engineering products. Consideration of certain aspects of automation of production processes and reliability of process equipment. Lighting modern problems of materials science in mechanical engineering.
3.2. The main objective is to publish scientific works, inventions, research work on innovative projects, cutting-edge results of practical activities that provide information support to enterprises and organizations for the coordination of their efforts in the process of reforming, revival and further development of the engineering industry.
3.3. To further improve publishing processes and transformation of the Collection in a more informative
and interesting source of new scientific knowledge and competences the Editorial Board has the following objectives:
• to improve the theme and the contents of this Collection, to make sure that the articles of both production and research plan are not detached from life, nature, and fully meet the objectives of the engineering industry, reflect ions issues vital for the regions;
• to enable more effective communication with businesses and regions, to hold more frequent reading conferences, to publish more information from the field and responses to the papers published in the Collection;
• to strengthen efforts of creating a positive image of the Collection, to help increase feedback from readers, i.e., to welcome the responses of readers with constructive and critical analysis of incoming articles;
• to support the informative character of the published materials, to increase the number of publications on new techniques and technologies, experience in the operation of modern equipment,
• to improve the timeliness of publication of scientific articles and the printing quality of the published
3.4. Editorial policy is based on the following principles:
• objectivity and impartiality in the selection of papers to be published;
• high demands on the quality of scientific research;
• mandatory review of articles by members of the Editorial Board;
• collegiality in decision making about the publication of the articles;
• availability and efficiency in communicating with authors;
• strict enforcement of copyright and related rights;
• strict adherence to the schedule of the issue.
3.5. The Editorial Board accepts for publication only original scientific and technical articles or reviews which were not unpublished previously.
3.6. The editors of the Collection do not accepted for publication the papers of a political nature and those that contain biased and incorrect assessment of other scientific works and other professionals.
3.7. The Editorial Board conducts systematic work to enable the collection in the international electronic library catalogs and scientometric databases for the purpose of entering into the global scientific information space increasing the rating of the collection and citation indices of its authors.
3.8. The Editorial Board condemns signs of plagiarism in articles as copyright infringement and violation of scientific ethics and takes all possible measures to avoid it. For this purpose editors should (if possible) comply with the recommendations of the Committee on publication ethics (COPE) http://publicationethics.org/resources/flowcharts.
3.9. The editorial Board hopes that its work will assist the development of national science.
4. The structure of papers
4.1. Publishing design of the Collection of articles includes the following elements:
• running headline;
• information about the authors;
• the title of the published material;
• abstract and key words (Russian and English);
• the text of the published material;
• list of references;
• the date of receipt of the manuscript by the Editorial Board;
4.2. The running headline of the contents of this publication must contain the following elements in this order:
• the title of the publication;
• the number and year of issue.
The running headline for each article is generated when publishing the design.
4.3. The UDC (universal decimal classification). UDC is mandatory for the materials of natural and technical subjects. It is placed before the information about the author and article title on a separate line, to the left.
4.4. Information about the authors includes:
• the author's name (initials and surname);
• academic title, degree and position;
• the name of institution or organization;
• the name of the country (for foreign authors);
• the email address of the authors.
The information about the academic title, degree, position can result in full or in abbreviated form (shrink on GOST 7/0/12-2011). In articles written by several authors their names are given in their adopted sequence.
4.5. The title of the published material is recommended to be placed after the information about the authors directly before the text of the annotation and highlighted by the printing means.
4.6. Abstract and keywords. Abstracts and keywords are presented in three languages (Ukrainian, Russian
and English). The abstract and keywords in the language of the published material is placed before the text of the published material after the title. (Keywords are placed on a separate line immediately after the annotation).
The abstract (with key words) in other languages is placed after the text of the article, the reference list and the date of receipt of the manuscript by the editorial Board. The information about the authors and the title of the article in the appropriate languages are given in front of them.
4.7. Name of the basic elements of the text of the article (problem definition and its connection with scientific and practical tasks; analysis of recent research and publications; goal and task of the study; presentation of the basic material and results; conclusions and directions for further research are recommended to be highlighted by the printing means.
4.8. The phrase "references" is to be in the title of the reference list which is placed immediately after the text of the published material list. The word "Bibliography" is not to be used in the title of the reference list. References should be arranged in accordance with the applicable standards of GOST 7.1-2003.
4.9. The date of receipt of the manuscript by the Editorial Board is an indispensable element of publishing of the article. It is preceded by the words: "Article submitted on..." The date of its submission to the Editorial Board is indicated after the reference list.
5.1. A person with higher professional education and experience of work on speciality not less than 5 years shall be appointed for the post of the Editor-in-chief
5.2. The Editor-in-chief is appointed and dismissed by the Academic Council of Donetsk National Technical University
5.3. The Editor-in-chief should be aware of :
• legislative and regulatory legal acts, guidance defining the main directions of development of the relevant sectors of the economy, science and technology;
• Ordinance, orders, directions, guidelines and regulations of higher authorities regarding publishing activity;
• domestic and foreign achievements in science and technology in the relevant field;
• the order of development plans for the publication of the journal;
• editing methods of scientific and technical manuscripts, the procedure for preparation of manuscripts for submission to production, page proofs, and print;
• state standards for terms, symbols and units;
• technology of printing production;
• fundamentals of labour legislation;
5.4. During the absence of the Editor-in-chief (business trip, vacation, illness, etc.) his duties shall be passed to the person appointed in the prescribed manner. This person acquires the corresponding rights and responsibility for improper and untimely discharge of his duties.
5.5. The Editor-in-chief has the following responsibilities:
• provides overall leadership of the Editorial Board of the journal edition and organizes articles and other information materials published in the journal;
• leads the development of projects of perspective and annual thematic plans for the publication of the Collection, plans drafting and preparatory work and schedules of the editorial and production processes of the publication;
• carries out control over observance of the established deadlines for the submission of manuscripts, putting them into a set, processing page proofs and production of literature in the light, as well as for the scientific content of the Collection and the quality of printing;
• organizes consultations with the authors for the purpose of assisting in the work on the manuscripts;
• takes incoming manuscripts, checks their compliance with registration rules and conditions provided by publishing contracts, sends manuscripts for review and editing;
• addresses issues related to the implementation by the authors of timely changes to the articles, the opinions of the editors on manuscripts and decides on approval or rejection of their publication, resolves disagreements between authors and editors, provides a uniform and rhythmic loading of editors, distributes the work between them and sets deadlines for the editing of publications in accordance with current regulations;
• carries out control reading of the manuscripts prepared for submission in production, organizes the discussion of the quality of edited material;
• participates in development of projects of artistic and technical design of the Collection;
• determines the quality of the received page proofs and in case of incompliance with the requirements of technical publications specification takes the decision to return in order for printing to the enterprise for further editing;
• signs edition in production, printing and publishing;
• establishes the causes of errors, typographical errors in magazines and perpetrators;
• carries out activities aimed at reducing the time of passage of manuscripts, economical use of funds for the publication of literature, improves the quality of the printing;
• promotes the involvement of the Collection and the Editorial Board of leading scientists and highly qualified specialists;
• prepares progress reports on the release of the Collection.
5.6. The Editor-in-chief has the right to:
• to contribute to the academic Council of Donetsk National Technical University the proposal for approval in the prescribed manner of the Editorial Board of the Collection, including the Deputy Editor and the Executive Secretary;
• to make proposals on issues associated with the translation of the Collection into a foreign language, participate in the preparation of the contract with the Publisher of the Collection in a foreign language, participates in its signature;
• may have other rights granted to him by the Academic Council of Donetsk National Technical University on the submission of the Academic Council of Donetsk National Technical University in the prescribed manner.
5.7. The Editor-in-chief is responsible:
• for the improper performance or failure to perform the duties under this job description, in the limits defined by the labor legislation;
• for non-compliance of the provisions of the Law on copyright and related rights relating to the rights of authors and the rights of the members of the Editorial Board (compilers) of the Collection;
• for offences committed in the implementation of their activities within the confines of current administrative, criminal and civil legislation;
• property damage — within the limits defined in the labor and civil legislation;
• irrelevant, outdated and non-scientific content of the Journal, its weak scientific level, for the lack of topics publications established by the Editorial Board, for not fulfilling the requirements of the present Regulation applicable to the activities of the Collection, regulatory documents and applicable law;
• for non-real-time, new section and biased presentation of materials in the Collection.
6. The Editorial Board
6.1. The editorial Board is headed by the Editor-in-chief and responsible for the general scientific management of the Collection.
6.2. The Editorial Board encourages the formation of high-quality editorial portfolio; makes final decisions on acceptance and rejection of the material submitted for publication in the journal; shares responsibility for the high scientific level of the journal and its content with the editor of the Collection.
6.3. The Editorial Board of the Collection is approved by the Academic Council of Donetsk National Technical
6.4. The editorial Board of the Collection owns the copyright in the compilation of his releases.
7.1. The Editorial Board carries out all the process of editorial preparation of the publication, including the receipt, registration and storage of incoming articles, electronic typesetting and proofreading, quality control, supervision of the Collection at all stages of preparation for release, and also observance of priority of publication and schedule of the release of the Collection at all stages of preparation, signing in printing and distribution.
7.2. In its work, the Editorial Board is guided by the decisions of the Editor in chief and the Editorial Board of the Collection, as well as regulations and other normative documents in the field of periodicals.
7.4. The editorial staff of the Collection are assigned by the Publisher in consultation with the Editor-in- chief of the Collection.
7.5. Logistical support for the activities of the Editorial Board of the Collection and the editorial and production processes in the edition of the Collection is organized by the publisher and founder of the Collection separately in accordance with the concluded agreements.
7.6. Editors are responsible for all materials, published in the journal; they must:
• strive to meet the needs of readers and authors;
• continuously improve the contents of the Collection;
• ensure freedom of expression (within current legislation and ethical norms);
• ensure compliance with academic standards and internationally accepted ethical standards for scientific publications;
• avoid conflict of interests between the business requirements and the principles of intellectual activity;
• be ready to publish, if necessary, corrections, clarifications, retractions and apologies.
8. The Publisher Of The Collection
8.1. The publisher of the Collection is defined by its founder and the Editor-in chief.
8.2. The publisher of the Collection, the Editor-in chief determine the size and skill composition of the Editorial Board based on the volume of the Collection and its components, periodicity of release, its thematic focus and financial capabilities.
8.3. The publisher of the Collection organizes expense of the publishing process and the spread of the collection, provides (together with the founders) of the material and technical conditions for the functioning of the Collection; appoints and dismisses the staff of the editorial staff of the Collection.
8.4. To Finance the preparation, production and distribution of the Collection the publisher can bring in an order established by legislation of the funds of natural persons of the Russian and foreign organizations, extra-budgetary funds.
. 9. The selection and review of articles
9.1. Author(s) of the manuscripts of scientific, technical, economic, and socio-economic nature is to present the review made by a certified specialist (Dr., PhD) recommending for publication in the proceedings.
9.2. The author's manuscript of scientific, technical, economic, socio-economic character after being checked for plagiarism is sent in accordance with the profile of research or topics discussed in the manuscript of issues for review by the member of the Editorial Board of the Collection supervising the topic or experts recognized scientists and experts in this field (Dr., PhD) who has in the past 3 years publications on the subject of peer-reviewed articles.
9.3. Reviewers are notified that the manuscripts are the private property of the authors and relate to the information not subject to disclosure. Reviewers are not allowed to copy manuscripts for their needs.
9.4. The review is confidential. The review is considered confidential and is given to the author if necessary without the signature and the name, position and affiliation of the reviewer.
9.5. Breach of confidentiality is possible only in the case of the reviewer's statements about the unreliability or falsification of materials described in the manuscript.
9.6. If in reviewing the manuscript there is an indication of the need of correction, it is sent to the author for revision. In this case the date of submission shall be the date of return of the revised manuscript.
9.7. In case of disagreement with the reviewer's opinion the author of the manuscript has the right to provide a reasoned response to the Editorial Board. The manuscript may be sent for additional review or to the Board of Editors.
9.8. The decision on publication after the review made by the Editor-in chief (Deputy editor), and if required by the Board.
9.9. The Editorial Board informs the author about the decision upon request.
A reasoned refusal of the manuscript not accepted for publication is sent to the author by the Editorial Board.
9.10. The following papers are not reviewed:
• articles of members of Academies of Sciences, if the member of the Academy is the only or the first author of the publication;
• informational, promotional, image articles, messages and ads.
9.11. Reviews are kept in the office for 5 years.
10. Requirements for the articles
10.1. The text of the manuscript is a volume of 5 to 10 pages (always full pages), A4 (210 x 297 mm) with margins: top and bottom 30 mm, and the left and right 25 mm. The pages are not numbered (numbering is to be done in pencil in the lower right corner). The manuscript of the article is to be made using the editor WinWord (version 6.0), font Times New Roman, made in accordance with the sample design, line spacing - 1,0, font 12 PT. Manuscript is to be submitted in two copies.
10.2. The order of the registration. Materials must meet the following structural scheme: UDC, initials and surnames of authors, academic degree and title (decrease GOST 7.0.12-2011), the full name of organizations and countries, phone/Fax, E-mail, title of the article, the abstract in the language of the article, keywords, main text, conclusions, list of references, two additional annotations in two other languages (c phrases, at the bottom of the first page, you must specify the copyright symbol - ©. UDC printed in capital bold letters in the upper left corner without derogating from the top of the field. On the next line right bold lowercase letters the initials and surnames of authors with scientific degrees and ranks, on the following lines – the full name of organizations and countries (comma-separated, right). On the next line in italics to the right phone/Fax number and email address of one of the authors. In one interval - the title of the article, printed in capital bold letters, without hyphenation, centered, maximum three rows. In one interval of the annotation with keywords (the word abstract is not written) bilingual font, 10 pt, italic. In one interval – the materials of the paper, font 12 pt (language – authors, line spacing 1.0). At the bottom of the first page of the article you must specify the copyright symbol - ©. Between the relevant sections of the article need to make space. (see the sample of materials).
10.3. Graphic material (drawings, graphs, charts) should be performed in the format *.bmp, *.gif, *.PCX, *.dwg, *.jpg with dimensions not less than 60x60 mm embedded objects (in course materials). All positions are marked on the figure should be explained in the text. The position of the figure should be clockwise. Its number and title is indicated under each picture e.g.: Fig. 3. Diagram of the device. The text of the name of the figure is grouped with a picture. Each figure should have one space on top and bottom.
10. 4. Formulae and mathematical symbols should be clear. The indicators of the degree and the index must be less than signs, and executed in accordance with the formula editor Microsoft Equation. The formulas numbered (on the right in parentheses and not deviating from the right margin), only if in the text there are references. One interval should be between the extreme signs of the formulas and the text. Formulae are in italics.
The style of the formulae for Microsoft Equation: Full - 12 pt, Subscript/Superscript - 10 pt, Sub-Subscript/Superscript - 8 pt, Symbol - 12 pt, Sub-Symbol - 10 pt.
10. 5. All tables should have a title and the number and placed after the reference in the text, for example: table 2. Classification of couplings. Each table should have one space on top and bottom.
10.6 The list of references should be given at the end of the article in accordance with GOST 7.1.2003. The list of references should be compiled in order of appearance in the text. References are enclosed in square brackets. The number of bibliographic sources must be at least 5, 3 of the sources must be published within the last 5 years.
10.7. The file must be named by the names and initials of the authors
in accordance with the work (for example:
10.8. The materials of the manuscript are submitted without any bends.
10. 9. Materials not meeting the listed requirements and the scope of this compilation, and submitted to the editorial Board late will not be published.