Login or Register to make a submission.

Author Guidelines


An article should contain the following sections:

INTRODUCTION (problem statement in general terms and its relation to important scientific or practical tasks; analysis of the main publications in which a solution to this problem was started and on which an author is based, highlighting the previously unresolved parts of the general problem that the article is dedicated to; formulating of the article aims (task statement)).

EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE (used materials, research methods, experiment description, etc.).


FINAL SECTION (conclusions from this study and prospects for further research in this direction).

Sections can be divided into subsections, for example, EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE can be divided into subsections USED MATERIALS, RESEARCH METHODS, EXPERIMENT DESCRIPTION, etc.

When preparing the article, it is desirable that its bibliographic list should contain at least 8 references to literary sources, moreover it is desirable to refer to sources published no later than 15 years, mainly not later than 10 years.

The article should be typed in the Microsoft Word editor, A4 format, a volume of 3-7 pages, fields — 2 cm from all sides, font — Times New Roman 12, after 1.5 intervals.

On the first page, the UDC index is indicated in the upper left corner.

The second line is the authors (academic degree, initials, last name in the nominative case).

The third line in parentheses is the organization, city, country.

The fourth line is the article title.

From the fifth line - the main text of article with division into sections.

Figures and tables are placed in the test field, captions are placed under the figures. Photographs and drawings should be black and white and clear (300 dpi recommended for scanned).

A list of references is placed after the main text. References to the literature should be made in accordance with the requirements of DSTU 8302: 2015. Behind them a transliterated bibliographic list, which must comply with the requirements of ISO 690: 2010 (Harvard style), should be placed with the following additions: authors number is not limited to three, but all authors are indicated; surnames of authors are printed with a capital letter further small; initials are not preceded by a comma. For transliteration, it is recommended to use the converters http://translit.kh.ua/ (Ukrainian transliteration - online converter) and http://translit.ru/ (Translite in Russian) with the BGN conversion option choice.

The article design template can be found here.

A paper copy of the article and information about authors must be signed by all the authors.

Attached to the article:

  • Abstract in Ukrainian, Russian and English languages with indicating the article title, initials, last names in the nominative case of authors, organization, city, country (in three languages). The abstract should contain a summary of the article, including purpose and task of study, solution methods, new or non-standard methods of an experimental procedure (if any), main results, a conclusion (explicit or implicit) and a list of keywords. A volume of the abstract text is not less than 1800 characters, keywords - from 5 to 15.
  • Information about the article authors with indicating a person to whom the correspondence is entrusted.
  • A cover letter signed by the head of one from organizations where the authors work.

Articles whose design does not meet these requirements will not be considered by an editorial board.


Publication in «Scientific research on refractories and technical ceramics. Collection of scientific papers» is free of charge for all the authors.

The journal doesn't have any Arcticle processing charges.

The journal doesn't have any Article submission charges.

Privacy Statement

Editor-in-chief and editorial board of the publication “Scientific Research on Refractories and Technical Ceramics. Collection of scientific papers” are obliged not to disclose information about the accepted manuscript to all persons, with the exception of authors, reviewers, and other scientific consultants, without necessity.

Confidential information or ideas obtained during editing should not be disclosed by the editor or used for personal gain.

Any manuscript received by a reviewer for review should be treated as a confidential document. This work cannot be opened and discussed with anyone who does not have the authority to do so from the editor-in-chief.

Authors' names and email addresses will be used by “Scientific Research on Refractories and Technical Ceramics. Collection of scientific papers” solely for the purposes indicated by it, and will not be used for any other purposes or provided to other persons and organizations.