Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies

Terminology used in the title of the "Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies" - "enterprise technologies" should be read as "industrial technologies". "Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies" publishes all those best ideas from the science, which can be introduced in the industry. Since, obtaining  the high-quality, competitive industrial products is based on introducing high technologies from various independent spheres of scientific researches, but united by a common end result - a finished high-technology product. Among these scientific spheres, there are engineering, power engineering and energy saving, technologies of inorganic and organic substances and materials science, information technologies and control systems. Publishing scientific papers in these directions are the main development "vectors" of the "Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies". Since, these are those directions of scientific researches, the results of which can be directly used in modern industrial production: space and aircraft industry, instrument-making industry, mechanical engineering, power engineering, chemical industry and metallurgy.

Therefore, the scientists, associated with modern production, have the opportunity to participate in technology transfer to industry, publishing the results of their applied scientific researches. Industrialists, in turn, can draw scientific and practical information from the journal - each in their direction:

  • specialists in management and computer science - from volumes "Applied Information Technologies and Control Systems", "Mathematics and Cybernetics - Applied Aspects";
  • mechanical and design engineers - from the volume "Applied Mechanics";
  • production engineers - from volumes "Mechanical Engineering Technology", "Applied Physics", " Materials Science", "Technology of organic and inorganic substances and the Ecology";
  • production and power engineers - from the volume "Energy-saving technology and equipment".

The goal of the journal is to eliminate the gap, which occurs between the rapidly emerging new scientific knowledge and their introduction in the industry, which requires much more time. Industrial enterprises are active subscribers to the "Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies", and production engineers check the practical value of those scientific and technological ideas, which are recommended for implementation by scientists-authors of the ''Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies".

The objective of the journal in achieving the goal is forming a "scientific component" of modern technologies transfer from science to industry. Therefore, in the papers, published in the journal, the emphasis is placed on both scientific novelty, and practical value.

Vol 1, No 5 (85) (2017): Applied physics. Materials Science

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Table of Contents

Applied physics

Modeling the electrostatic control over depth of the introduction of intelligent sensors into a polymer composite material PDF
Igor Ivitskiy, Vladimir Sivetskiy, Victor Bazhenov, Darya Ivitska 4-9
Study of the features of the magnetic and crystal structures of the BaFe12-Х ALXO19 AND BaFe12-Х GaXO19 substituted hexagonal ferrites PDF
Vladimir Kostishyn, Vladimir Korovuchkin, Igor Isaev, Alex Trukhanov 10-15
Development of radioisotopic-plasma technology for the protection of radio electronic means from powerful electromagnetic radiation PDF
Oleh Vorobiov, Vitalii Savchenko, Alexander Sotnikov, Volodymyr Tarshyn, Tymur Kurtseitov 16-22
Development and analysis of mathematical models for the process of thermal conductivity for piecewise uniform elements of electronic systems PDF
Vasily Havrysh, Igor Ovchar, Jaroslav Baranetskyj, Jaroslav Pelekh, Paul Serduik 23-33
A study of an effect of the parameters of niobium-based ion cleaning of a surface on its structure and properties PDF
Hanna Postelnyk, Sergey Knyazev, Andrei Meylekhov, Vyacheslav Stolbovoy, Dmitriy Kovteba 34-39

Materials Science

Examining the effect of triboelectric phenomena on wear-friction properties of metal-polymeric frictional couples PDF
Sviatoslav Kryshtopa, Liudmyla Kryshtopa, Ivan Bogatchuk, Igor Prunko, Vasyl Melnyk 40-45
Analysis of structure and tribotechnical properties of plasma carbide-silicon coatings under conditions of elevated temperatures PDF
Liudmyla Pryimak, Andriy Dovgal, Yevheniia Puhachevska 46-53
Selective anodic treatment of W(WC)-based superalloy scrap PDF
Vadym Кovalenko, Valerii Kotok 53-58