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UDC 11111
A. B. Authorname 1*, A. B. Authorname 2…
1Affiliation of the first author, postal address, contact e-mail
2Affiliation of the second author, postal address, contact e-mail
Abstract (1,000–1,200 characters with spaces, 250 words)
Subject: a description of the highly specialized field, in which the study was conducted. A brief description of the problems and shortcomings to be addressed in the study.
Purposes: a description of research purposes.
Materials and methods: a description of the materials and methods used.
Results: a comprehensive presentation of research results.
Conclusions: a reasoned justification of the value of the results obtained, recommendations for their use and implementation.
The mentioned parts of the abstract should have appropriate subheadings and the relevant information should be provided in these sections.
Keywords: at least 10 keywords.
Keywords are a search image of the scientific article. The articles can be searched for by keywords in all reference databases. In this regard, they should reflect the basic terminology of scientific research.
Acknowledgements (if necessary): people who helped the author prepare this article and organizations that provided financial support should be mentioned in this section. It is common courtesy to express gratitude to the anonymous reviewers.
The statement of the scientific problem, its relevance, its connection with the most important tasks to be solved, the importance for the development of a particular field of science or practical activity. The introduction should contain the information that will allow a reader to understand and assess the findings of the study presented in the article without additional reference to other literary sources. In the introduction the author also identifies the problems that have not been solved in previous studies and are to be solved in this article. In addition, the introduction expresses the main idea of ​​the publication, which differs significantly from present-day representations of the problem, complements or deepens already known approaches to it; attention is drawn to the introduction of new facts, conclusions, recommendations and regularities in scientific circulation. The purpose of the article follows from the statement of the scientific problem.
It is necessary to describe the main (recent) studies and publications mainly used by the author; current views on the problem; difficulties in developing this research topic; to highlight unresolved issues within the general problem, which the article is devoted to. It is advisable to consider 20 sources and compare the views of the authors; a part of literary sources must be in English. References to the mentioned (cited) literary sources are given in the text in a form of a number in square brackets [1]. The description of the sources is provided only in the reference list in order of mention in the text; footnotes are not allowed to be used for this purpose. Exceptions are references to official documents, laws, regulations, standards, etc., which should be given in footnotes.
This section describes the process of organizing the experiment, the techniques used, the equipment used; the detailed information about the object of research is given; the sequence of the research conduct is provided and the choice of methods used (observation, testing, experiment, laboratory experience, analysis, simulation, study and generalization, etc.) is justified.
In this part of the article the systematic author's analytical and statistical material should be presented. Research results should be described in sufficient detail so that a reader can trace its stages and evaluate the validity of the conclusions drawn by the author. This is the main section, the purpose of which is to prove a working hypothesis (hypotheses) by analyzing, generalizing and explaining the data. The results are confirmed if necessary by illustrations (tables, graphs, figures) that represent the original material or evidence in a short-hand form. It is important that the illustrated information does not duplicate the information that has already been mentioned in the text. The results presented in the article should be compared with previous works in this field created both by the author and other researchers. Such a comparison will additionally reveal the novelty of the study and make it objective. Research results should be summarized, but, at the same time, provide enough information to evaluate the findings. It should also be justified why these data were chosen for the analysis.
All names, signatures and structural elements of graphs, tables, schemes, etc. are drawn up in Russian and English.
The conclusion contains a brief statement of research results. The main thoughts of the main part of the article are summed up in this section. The repeated material should be better formulated with new phrases, which differ from those stated in the main part of the article. In this section it is necessary to compare the results obtained with the purpose indicated at the beginning of the work. In the conclusion the results of the comprehension of the topic are summed up; conclusions, generalizations and recommendations arising from the work are made, their practical importance is emphasized. In addition, the main directions for further research in this area are determined. It is recommended to include the attempts to forecast the development of the issues discussed in the concluding part.


The reference list is drawn up in Russian and English.
The bibliographic description of documents is made in accordance with the requirements of GOST R 7.0.5-2008.
First of all, it is necessary to refer to original sources from scientific journals included in global citation indices. It is recommended to use at least 20 literary sources. At least half of the sources should be published for the last 3 years and at least a quarter of the sources should be written in foreign languages. The reference to the source should be properly formed.
An example of the source formation:
1. Голицын Г.С. Парниковый эффект и изменения климата // Природа. 1990. № 7. С. 17—24. (Times New Roman 9, Normal, абзацный отступ 0,7 см, без интервалов сверху и снизу, фамилии и инициалы авторов выделяются курсивом)
2. Куликов В.Г., Колесниченко М.П., Гаевец Е.С. Проектирование технологий конструкционных теплоизоляционных пенокомпозитов // Научно-практический Интернет-журнал «Наука. Строительство. Образование». 2012. Вып. 1. Режим доступа: http://www.nso-journal.ru. Дата обращения: 29.04.12.
1. Beloglazov V.A. Prichinnyy kompleks prestupnosti: voprosy teorii i metodologii [Causation Complex of Crimes : Theoretical and Methodological Issues]. Moscow, 2003, 115 p. (In Russian)
2. Dymov D.E. Pravovye problemy zakonodatel’stva Rossiyskoy Federatsii ob othodakh proizvodstva i potrebleniya [Legal Issues of the Russian Legislation on Production and Consumption Wastes]. Available at: http://waste.com.ua/cooperation/2005/theses/dimov.html. Accessed: Dec 3, 2011. (In Russian)
3. Kudryavtsev V.N., Eminov V.E. Prichiny prestupnosti v Rossii: Kriminologicheskiy analiz [Causes of Crimes in Russia: Criminological Analysis]. Moscow, 2006, 112 p. (In Russian)
4. O perechne ob’ektov, podlezhashсhikh federal’nomu gosudarstvennomu ekologicheskomu kontrolyu [On the List of Objects of Federal Government Environmental Control]. Rossiyskaya gazeta [Russian Newspaper], Oct. 2, 2002. (In Russian)
5. Gosudarstvo i pravo [State and Law]. 1997, no. 1, pp. 110—119. (In Russian)
6. Fartyshev V. Literaturnaya gazeta [Literature Newspaper]. Dec 25, 1996. (In Russian)
7. Kulikov V.G., Kolesnichenko M.P., Gaevets E.S. Proektirovanie tekhnologiy konstruktsionnykh teploizolyatsionnykh penokompozitov [Design and technologies of structural heat-insulating foam composites]. Nauchno-prakticheskiy Internet-zhurnal «Nauka. Stroitel’stvo. Obrazovanie» [Science, construction, education]. 2012, no. 1. Available at: http://www.nso-journal.ru. Accessed: Sept 11, 2012. (In Russian)
The information about authors is provided in Russian and English.
Об авторах: фамилия, имя, отчество (полностью) — ученая степень, ученое звание, должность, подразделение, название организации (обязательно приводить в полной и краткой официально установленной форме, в именительном падеже), в которой работает (учится) автор, почтовый адрес организации, адрес электронной почты и номер телефона автора (с указанием кода города) (от левого края, Times New Roman 9, Normal, для выделенных сведений используется начертание Bold, интервал 12 пт сверху);
The information about authors in English is provided in full, without abbreviations of words. The officially established English-language names of organizations and their subdivisions are given. The elements describing a legal form of an institution (organization) in names of higher education institutions should be omitted. The officially abbreviated names (abbreviations) are given in brackets after full names.
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