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Guidelines for authors

Research articles, survey papers and short notes are accepted for exclusive publication in the «Eurasian Physical Technical Journal» in English

Thematic sections of «Eurasian Physical Technical Journal»

EAPhTJ publishes original papers in various fields of Fundamental and Applied Physics that cover, but are not limited to, the following areas:

  • Energy, Heat Physics
  • Hydrodynamics, Fluid Mechanics
  • Condensed Matter Physics (Material Sciences)
  • Technologies of the creation new material
  • Non-linear Physics
  • Modeling of the nonlinear physical processes
  • Engineering, Devices and methods of experiment
  • Ecological Aspects of New Technologies

All publishing manuscripts and short notes must have been recommended by a member of the editor board or by the organization (University), where the work was performed. The author who submitted an article for publication will be considered as a corresponding author.

The paper, short note or review paper shall include an abstract of the contents, not exceeding 200 words and keywords (no more than 10). The abstract must not coincide with the introduction or conclusive part of the work and must not contain references, abbreviations and other unknown words.

All articles should have list of keywords or terms (3 to 10) for indexing purposes.

The text of a paper must not exceed 8-12 pages including tables, figures (no more than 6) and references. A short note must not exceed 4-5 pages including no more than 2 figures. A review paper must not be more than 20 pages (including no more than 10 figures).

The text should be divided by Introduction, Theoretical part, Experimental technique, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, etc.

Printed copies shall be on good quality paper of International size A4. All texts must be printed in Microsoft Word. It is preferable to use the Times fonts. The text must be printed in 12 point letters, 1.5 intervals. There shall be a margin of 30 mm at the left-hand edge, of 15 mm at the fore edge, of 30 mm at the head of the page and of 30 mm at the tail. All pages must be numbered.

Acknowledgments may be shown at the end of the abstract.

All references must be numbered in the text (for example, [1], [2-4]) and listed in numerical order.

Equations in your paper have to be written using the Microsoft Equation Editor or the MathType ( for (Insert | Object | Create New | Microsoft Equation or MathType Equation).

Tables must be inserted into the text.

Figures should be prepared in a digital form suitable for direct reproduction. Figures shall be submitted on the separate sheets and not included into the text.

The following files must be submitted via e-mail:

  • Article text (*.doc);

  • Figures (fig1.jpg, fig2.pcx);

  • Figure captions (*.txt, *.doc).

The text file containing all Authors’ names, organizations, postal code, postal address, telephone, fax, E-mail, scientific topic of the paper.

It is possible to use rar or zip compressors and to transmit the files as an attachment.

Title page (specimen)



J.H. Smith, H.J. Cooper

Karaganda State University, Universitetskaya Str. 28, Karaganda, 100028, Kazakhstan,



Article text.

Reference Format (specimen)

  1. Kadyrzhanov K.K., Turkebaev T.E., Udovsky A.L. Physical bases of new technologies for the creation of stable metal multilayer systems. Almaty, 2001, 315 p.

  2. Novotny L., Hecht B. Principles of nano-optics. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2006, 539 p.

  3. Nahar J., Wahedra M. Elastic scattering of positrons and electrons by argon. Physical Rewiew A, 1987, Vol. 35, No. 5, pp. 2051-2064.

  4. Rivoalen H. Electro-tubular heat exchanger in chemical industry. Proceedings of 2th International Congress on Electricity Applications, Birmingham, 1996, pp. 29-39.

  5. Kussaiynov К. et al. Experimental research of aerodynamics of the system of the revolved cylinders in a turbulent stream. Proc. 7th International Symposium “Turbulence, Heat and Mass Transfer”, Palermo, 2012, pp. 577-580.


The authors should represent References according to the requirements of international journals on Physics, approximately such as «Harvard reference system».

For more information on references guidelines for journal publication you see:

The authors should to consult preliminarily for standard abbreviations of journal’s names.