REQUIREMENTS TO SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES WRITTEN IN ENGLISH
1. Publication of scientific and technical articles in the Gas Industry journal is free.
Articles submitted in violation of the rules of registration are not considered.
2. A set of documents required to submit an article:
– text of the article and graphic materials, designed in accordance with the requirements of the editorial board;
– Personal Data for each co-author;
3. The text of the article is provided in .doc or .docx (Word) formats: Times New Roman font; size 12; line spacing 1,5; no text auto-formatting and numbered lists.
The average article size is 15–17 thousand characters with spaces, including all materials.
Minimum volume: 12 thousand characters with spaces.
Maximum volume: 25 thousand characters with spaces. More lengthy articles may be shortened or divided into parts by the editors.
4. The article contains the following elements:
– heading (according to the Rubricator of the Gas Industry journal);
– UDC (assigned according to UDC-navigator of the State Public Scientific Technical Library)
– list of authors in the format: I.I. Ivanov, Candidate of Sciences (Engineering), Company's Name (City, Country), e-mail
– text of the article, divided into sections;
5. The abstract contains at least 200–250 words. Articles with shorter annotations are returned to the authors for revision.
Abstract translates into English, so the text should be clear, understandable, academic. It is not allowed to use too long sentences, parenthetical words, abbreviations (except for the names of organizations). The annotation should reflect: relevance, goals and scientific novelty of the research; brief description of research methods; most important results.
6. Keywords reflect the main content of the article and should contribute to finding the article in search engines.
Keywords: from 5 to 10 words; separated by a comma; nominative, singular (except for terms used only in the plural).
It is not allowed to use the names of companies or institutions and product brands as keywords.
7. The text of the article must be divided into sections. Articles without sections are returned to the authors for revision.
For example: Introduction, Research Methods, Experimental Data, Discussion, Conclusions.
Section titles may vary depending on the subject of the article.
In the Gas Industry journal, all physical quantities are given in the International System of Units. Before submitting the article, please make sure that the International System of Units is used for all quantities not only in the text, but also in the tables, graphs, and figures.
The use of abbreviations. Abbreviations are first introduced in the text (not in the abstract) after the first detailed mention of the phrase, in brackets after it. Further, the abbreviation introduced above is used throughout the text, including tables and figures.
Tables are typed in Word, numbered in order and arranged in the text as mentioned. References to tables in the text should be made in the format: Table. 1, table. 2, etc.
Each table contains:
– name in the format: Table 1. Structure of pipeline gas supply, billion m3;
– headings of columns and rows with indication of units of measurement (if the numerical values of these parameters are listed below).
The table cannot contain empty cells. If there is no value, then a dash is put.
Note to the table (if necessary) is issued under the table.
Variables and abbreviations mentioned in the table should be decrypted in the text of the article.
Please don't make very wide tables with landscape orientation and fine print.
Figures are numbered in order and arranged in the text as mentioned. References to figures in the text should be made in the format: Fig. 1, Fig. 2, etc.
Each Figure contains:
– figure caption in the format: Fig. 1. Dependence of gas flow rate on wellhead pressure: a) well 1; b) well 2;
– legend to the Figure (if necessary);
– scale ruler (for maps, drawings, macro- and micro-objects, which size is not obvious from the photo).
Diagrams are submited in Excel format. X and Y axes should be signed with indication of the parameter's name, units of measure, scale divisions and numbers to them.
Photos and drawings that are not diagrams or graphs are provided in .jpg format, file size is from 1Mb.
In the case of the submission of pictures in the formats .ai, .tif, .eps, you must send a small copies of them in .jpg for quick viewing.
If the Figure has been previously published by the authors or taken from another source, the title of the Figure must contain a reference to the source in the form of numbers in square brackets, and the data on the source are placed in the general list of references.
Formulas are made in Word Formula Editor.
Formulas are numbered in order in the format: (1), (2), etc.
The following elements are typed in Roman font:
– variables, denoted by Russian and Greek letters;
– the upper and lower indices of variables, denoted by Cyrillic and Greek letters, numbers;
– numbers, mathematical signs (+, -, etc.), mathematical functions (sin, cos, etc.);
– chemical elements.
The following elements are typed in Italic font:
– variables denoted by Latin letters;
– superscripts and subscripts of variables, denoted by Latin letters.
Variables' explication is given immediately after their first mention in the formula, indicating the units of measurement. For example: s = vt, where s – distance, m; v – speed, m/s; t – time, s. If the variable is a dimensionless quantity, then instead of the units of measure it should be written: dimensionless quantity.
To denote one physical quantity, the same variables are used. Especially if the article contains formulas from different sources, then the author's task is to unified the notation for variables.
If the article contains more than 10 variables, please provide a separate list in the form of the table with their explication and the units of measurement (in addition to the above explication in the text).
The authors are solely responsible for the accuracy of the list of references. Editors have the right to remove references that cannot be verified. References are numbered in the text as they are mentioned in square brackets: , , [3–5].
An example of references in Russian.
1. Иванов И.И., Петров П.П., Сидоров С.С. и др. Название статьи // Название журнала. 2018. № 1. С. 1–10.
2. Кузнецов К.К. Фундаментальные основы вычислений. М.: Наука, 2005. 550 с.
3. ГОСТ 201111-1–2018. Название [Электронный ресурс]. Режим доступа: http://www.dsdsdsd (дата обращения: 20.12.2018).
4. Smith S.S. Article Name // Journal, 2018, No. 1, P. 1–10.
5. Патент № 11111111 РФ. Название / И.И. Иванов, П.П. Петров, С.С. Сидоров и др. Заявл. 01.01.2001, опубл. 03.03.2003 [Электронный ресурс]. Режим доступа: http://www.dsdsdsd (дата обращения: 20.12.2018).
An example of references in English.
1. Ivanov I.I., Petrov P.P., Sidorov S.S., en al. The Name of the Article. Nazvanie zhurnala = Name of the Journal, 2018, No. 1, P. 1–10. (In Russian)
2. Kuznetsov K.K. Fundamentals of Computing. Moscow, Nauka, 2005, 550 p. (In Russian)
3. State Standard GOST 201111-1–2018. Name [Electronic source]. Access mode: http: //www.dsdsdsd (access date: December 20,2018). (In Russian)
4. Smith S.S. Article Name. Journal, 2018, No. 1, P. 1–10.
5. Patent number 11111111 of the Russian Federation. Name / I.I. Ivanov, P.P. Petrov, S.S. Sidorov et al. 01.01.2001, publ. 03.03.2003 [Electronic resource]. Access mode: http: //www.dsdsdsd (access date: 12/20/2018).
The following references are not allowed:
– to articles and abstracts of conferences without specifying the journal, year, number, interval of pages;
– to books without city, publisher, total number of pages;
– to links to documents without indicating the output (electronic source).
List of references should include no more than 20–30 sources. At the same time, references to no more than 4 works for each co-author of the article are allowed. Please analyze the list of references before submission of the article. It is desirable that the references on the sources of the last 5–7 years predominate in it.
If English is the main language of the article, the following elements will be translated into Russian.
If Russian is the main language of the article, the following elements will be translated into English.
– Article title;
– list of authors;
– tables' data;
– figures' data.
Automated translation is not submitted.
Each author signs the article. Signing the article, the author thereby transmits the right for its publication to editors, guarantees its originality and certifies that neither article nor figures hereto have been published previously and are not sent for publishing in other editions.
After a positive review, the authors enter into a License Agreement with the publishing house.
The author must have accurate and complete information on the research described in the article, which can be provided upon request.
The author has no right to submit one article for publication in several journals. In case of use the information, which was previously published, the author must make the reference on this source.
The author is responsible for adherence to the national and local laws. The author must obtain approval for publication from the organization that conducted research.
Presence or absence of potential conflict of interests must be stated (e.g. competing interests that, in the author's opinion, may have direct or indirect influence on the process of publication).
In case of significant error identification in the publication, the author is obliged to notify the editor immediately. During the whole process of publication, the author must cooperate with the editor and publisher, adding and streamlining text, and correcting the article if necessary. In case of significant error, inaccuracy, etc. identified after the publication, the editors reserve the right to withdraw the published article.
The author takes responsibility for a possible plagiarism of the text, figures, etc. Any violation of copyrights will be reviewed according to the COPE algorithm.
14. Introduction of amendments to the papers.
In case of any paper revision (conditioned by the review, editor's request, self-initiated addition to the paper) any amendments shall be introduced in the review mode.
15. Agreement on the pre-print layout.
All remarks shall be introduced in the form of comments in the pdf-layout. In simplified Adobe Reader versions there is a function of marking and inserting comments to the marked abstract. In more advanced versions there are wider possibilities for inserting comments. Other programs have similar functions.