An abstract (synopsis) in a periodical is a source of information on your paper’s content and findings.

An abstract (synopsis) has the following functions:

  • allows readers to identify the basic concept of your paper as well as its relevance and decide if the full text paper is of interest to them;
  • provides information on your paper and makes it unnecessary to read its full text version if it is of secondary interest to a reader;
  • is used in information (including computerized) search systems to find papers and information.

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  • The Editorial board is considering manuscript of papers (hereafter — manuscript) that correspond to the scientific profile of the Journal. The papers should not be published earlier and not transferred into editorial boards of other journals, if there is an agreement of transfer the right to publish articles. The Agreement form is filled out and signed by all the authors.
  • Prologue should contain the description of investigated problem with the analysis of previous publications as well as aim if the research and statement of a problem which is solved by authors. The analysis of the scientific sources should indicate that the author knows scientific achievements in the relevant field. The main part of the article should contain the description of the methodology, equipment, materials, object of study and cover fully the content of the research. The references to other authors’ works including foreign publications in the field (if available) are mandatory. Offered new methods should be accompanied by examples of their application with initial data on which calculations are carried out. In manuscript containing calculated models and methods the substantiation and description of mechanical model should precede to calculations and the mathematical model. In the results of experimental investigations and calculations with the using computer programs authors should give the characteristics of the research (testing) equipment, software. The results should be analyzed in terms of their correctness, scientific novelty and compared with the relevant scientific data. The formulated conclusions in a final part should follow from the manuscript.

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Scientific sections of the Journal:

  • General problems of mechanics
  • Mechanics of mobile machines
  • Computer mechanics
  • Engineering components
  • Dynamics, durability of vehicles and structures
  • Mechanics of deformed solids
  • Technological mechanics
  • Mechanics of tribo-fatigue systems
  • Nanomechanics
  • Biomechanics
  • Geomechanics
  • Composite mechanics
  • Mechanics of liquids and gases

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