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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

  1. Papers can be submitted in English (3-10 pages including illustrations, photos, diagrams and tables)

Mandatory electronic documents should be submitted with site. https://jaer.nuaca.am/?journal=jaer&page=about&op=submissions

The paper (paper in *.doc, *.docx format, illustrations in *.jpg, *. jpeg, *.png format).

Font: Times New Roman, style: normal

Parameters of page

  • А4 format (210 х 296 mm)
  • Margins: 20mm from left, right, top and bottomА4 format (210 х 296 mm)
  • Indentions – 0.5 mm
  • Spacing between lines – Multiple – 1.2
  1. Article Formulation Requirements:

The article should have the following structure

The Title of the Article

It should briefly (no more than 10 words) and accurately reflect the subject of scientific research. The title should reflect the uniqueness of the author's scientific work.

Abstract

Must contain (up to 150 words) the following brief information about the submitted article:

1.

description of the subject (object) of the study, the purpose and objectives, actuality, novelty and practical significance of the scientific research,

2.

method (s) and methodology (if possible),

3.

scientific results obtained (theoretical and experimental results, factual data, discovered relationships and patterns),

4.

recommendations, assessments and proposals.

Keywords

Keywords are the way to search for a scientific article, as in all international bibliographic databases articles can be searched by keywords. In this regard, they should reflect the basic terminology of scientific research. It is necessary to include 3-8 keywords.

Introduction

The objective of Introduction - overview of the current state of the observed issues of the article, significance of scientific problems and its actuality.

Introduction should include a review of modern Armenian and foreign scientific achievements in the subject area, research and the results on which the work is based (Literature review). The literature review should emphasize the actuality and novelty of the issues considered in the study, on the basis of which the goals and objectives of the given work are set and described. The reference numbers to the source cited in the text are placed in square brackets strictly in sequence like [1], [2], ...

Introduction should contain information that will allow the reader to understand and evaluate the novelty and actuality of the research results presented in the article.

Materials and Methods

This section should clearly describe the methodology of the study. Formulas and mathematical expressions should be written in Microsoft Equation or MathType, Italic, 11 pt. The formulas are presented in a separate line, in the middle, and the main formulas are numbered on the right, in the form (1), (2), ...

Results and Discussion

In this part of the article, a systematic authorial analytical and statistical material should be presented. The results of the study must be described so that the reader can trace its stages and assess the validity of the conclusions made by the author. The main purpose of this section is summarizing and clarifying data to prove the working hypothesis (hypotheses) through analysis. The results, if necessary, are confirmed by tables, graphs, figures, which represent the source material or evidence. It is desirable to compare the results presented in the article with previous works in this area by both the author and other researchers. Such a comparison will additionally reveal the novelty of the work done, giving it objectivity.

Conclusion

Conclusion contains a brief description of the Materials and Methods section, as well as a brief statement of the research results. Here in compressed form, the main thoughts of the Results and Discussion section are repeated. In this section, it is necessary to compare the results obtained with the goal indicated at the beginning of the work. In Conclusion, the results of comprehension of the topic are summarized, conclusions, generalizations are made, and recommendations arising from the work are given, their practical significance is emphasized. In the final part of the article, it is desirable to include the prospects for the development of the research in this area.

Acknowledgments (if necessary)

This section, we refer to those persons who have assisted in the implementation of the study and those organizations that provide financial assistance.

References

The list of references should include from 10 to 30 sources (self-citations should be avoided), not taking into account references to regulations and internet resources. It is not recommended to refer to Internet resources that do not contain scientific information, textbooks, training and methodological manuals. It is known that the level of publication is determined by the completeness and representativeness of the sources; therefore, it is recommended to refer first of all to original sources from scientific journals included in the global citation indexes (Web of Science / Scopus). The sources should be relevant (mandatory use of original sources no older than 10 years).

The sources included in the References should be compiled according to «Numbered style» standard of Elsevier scientific publishing company.

Examples of presenting sources included in the References:

Please, note the DOI-s of articles if possible and provide the transliteration of the references, that are not in latin script.

Journal article

[1]. 

A.Hazen, On Sedimentation. Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 53 (2), 1904, 45-71.

[2]. 

K.S. Gyunashyan, R.R. Sinanyan, Ye.H. Hayrapetyan, Constant "K" of the CD-1200 light range finder and the results of production tests. Geodesy and aerial photography, 4, 1996, 136-143.

[3].

J. van der Geer, J.A.J. Hanraads, R.A. Lupton, The art of writing a scientific article. J. Sci. Commun., 163 (3), 2000, 51-59.

[4].

M.M. Badalyan, Cementless concretes based on raw materials from Buryatia. Bulletin of Builders of Armenia (special issue), 8, 1999, 8-9.

[5].

T.V. Grunskoy, V.P. Perkhutkin, A.G. Berdnik, Analytical review of working conditions of underground personnel in the oil mines of the Yaregskoe Field. Perm Journal of Petroleum and Mining Engineering, 16 (4), 2017, 378-390.

[6].

E.A. Hayrapetyan, S.K. Petrosyan, V.G. Harutyunyan, A.A. Khachatryan, Vybor modulyatora sveta etalonnogo svetodal'nomera.  Bulletin of National University of Architecture and Construction of Armenia, 1, 2020, 50-57 (in Russian).

[7].

V.D. Eryomin, Opredelenie chastot i form sobstvennykh kolebaniy obolochek neklassicheskoy formy. Scientific  papers of  National University of  Architecture and  Construction of  Armenia,         1, 2015, 94-100 (in Russian).

 Book

[1].

Z.A. Atsagortsyan, Natural stone materials of Armenia. Stroyizdat, Moscow, 1967.

[2].

E.E.R. Mustel, V.N. Parygin, Methods of modulation and scanning of light. Nedra, Moscow, 1970.

[3].

W. Strunk Jr., E.B. White, The Elements of Style, third ed. Macmillan, New York, 1979.

[4].

A.N. Zavarickiy, Igneous rock. USSR Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 1960.

[5].

A.L. Goldenveiser, Teoriya uprugikh tonkikh obolochek. Nauka, Moskow, 1976 (in Russian).

[6].

L.V. Kantorovich, V.I. Krylov, Priblijionnye metody vysshego analisa. Fizmatgiz, Moscow, 1962
(in Russian).

 Book chapter 

[1].

G.R. Mettam, L.B. Adams, How to prepare an electronic version of your article, in: B.S. Jones, R.Z. Smith (eds.), Introduction to the Electronic Age. E-Publishing Inc., New York, 1999, 281-304.

[2].

G.A.Tiratsyan, Transcaucasia, in: B.A. Rybakov (ed.), The most ancient states of the Caucasus and Central Asia. Nauka, Moscow, 1985, 482-568.   

 

Conference Paper 

[1].

A.G. Beglaryan, K. S. Gyunashyan, Ye.H. Hayrapetyan, High precision light range-finder DVCD-1200 for linear comparator. Proceedings of 3rd international conference on contemporary problems of architecture and construction, Beijing, China, Nov. 20-24, 2011, 5-8.

[2].

V.M. Pankratov, A.I. Ivanov, A.F. Blinokhvatov, S.I. Baranovsky, Hydrochemical characteristics of Lake Mokhovoe. Collection of materials of the international scientific-practical conference "Environmental problems of the legacy of the Cold War and ways to overcome them", Penza, June 5-6, 2004.

[3]. 

T.L. Dadayan, Kh.G. Vardanyan, The decrease of seismic forces for multistory reinforce concrete shear wall-frame buildings with application of seismic isolation. Seismic resistance and rehabilitation of buildings: International Conference Seismics, Tbilisi, Georgia, May 29-30, 2014, 12-18.

   
   

 Patent 

[1].

K.S. Gunashyan,  E.A. Hayrapetyan, V.G. Harytunyan, Kh.V. Vardanyan, Microwave modulator-light demodulator, RR patent 1420367 (1988).

[2].

K.S. Gyunashyan, E.A. Hayrapetyan, Phase light range finder, RR Patent 1598613 (1990).

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