HIGH PRESSURE PHYSICS AND TECHNICS
Publication periodicity: once in three months
Foundation date: January of 1991
Founded by: The National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine,
DÏnetsk Institute for Physics and Engineering named after O.O.Galkin, NAS of Ukraine
|Editor-in-Chief V.N.Varyukhin (Ukraine)
|Associate Editor V.A. BELOSHENKO (Ukraine)
|Secretary E.G. PASHINSKAYA (Ukraine)
|Ya.E. BEYGELZIMER (Ukraine)
| V.D. BLANK (Russia)
|S.V. DOBATKIN (Russia)
|O.M. IVASISHYN (Ukraine)
|K.V. KAMENEV (United Kindom)
|V.I. KAMENEV (Ukraine)
|T.E. KONSTANTINOVA (Ukraine)
|G.G. LEVCHENKO (Ukraine)
|A.A. MINAYEV (Ukraine)
|N.V. NOVIKOV (Ukraine)
|S. POROVSKII (Poland)
|M.B. SHTERN (Ukraine)
|V.Z. SPUSKANYUK (Ukraine)
|L.T. TSYMBAL (Ukraine)
|R.Z. VALIYEV (Russia)
|V.A. VOLOSHIN (Ukraine)
SUBSCRIPTION 2009, INFORMATION
The journal publishes papers in physics, mechanics and technology reveal-ing the role of high pressure as an instrument to study and form the physical and mechanical properties of materials. Of prevailing interest are fundamental investi-gations revealing relationship of micro- and macroproperties as well as applied developments, based on the obtained results, with high pressure utilization to produce materials with the preset characteristics.
By submitting a paper for publication in the journal the authors imply that the paper has not been published previously nor has been submitted for publication elsewhere.
– Electronic and kinetic properties of solids.
– Physics of magnetic phenomena.
– Phase transitions.
– Spectroscopy of solids.
– Physics of strength and plasticity.
– Physical material science.
– Pressure treatment of materials, severe plastic deformations.
– High-pressure equipment, experimental technique, production equipment.
Apart from papers in high-pressure physics and technology the journal publishes results of investigations in co-operating fields on condition that they couled be utilized in the basic field.
«HIGH PRESSURE PHYSICS AND TECHNICS»
Instructions to Authors
The Editors ask Contributors to follow the rules set forth below for preparation of papers, otherwise they will be refused.
Contributions written in Russian, Ukrainian and English are welcome.
The manuscripts should de submitted in duplicate, typed in Word 7 or 97 program, type - 14 pts Times with 1,5 spacing on one side of A-4 size paper.
Margins: 3, 2, 1,5 cm (left, upper and lower, right, respectively). All pages should de numbered.
The manuscript should de read through and signed by the Author(s).
The electronic version (a diskette) of the paper should be submitted or it may be submitted by E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Preparation of Manuscript
The manuscript should consist of text of the paper, abstract, references, figure captions, figures, information about author(s).
1. The main text. The first page includes:
– PACS classification index;
– the name(s) of the author(s);
– the title;
– the name and address of the institute where the research work was done.
The title should be informative and brief without abbreviations (apart from conventional ones). Abbreviations used in the text should be interpreted where they are mentioned first.
Dimensions of physical quantities (in SI units) should be in English. In decimal numbers the decimal fractions are separated by point.
2. Tables should de typed on separate sheets, each table should have a number and a title. For values the units of measurements are necessary.
3. Formulae: it is desirable that the formulae are typed in the editorprogram for equations. All the indices should be in English. An exponent should be denoted as «exp» not by «e» raised to some power.
4. Figures. The drawings for the figures should be accurate and made on white paper or tracing paper. Sharp and contrasty glossy prints are acceptable. Each drawing should have a figure number, name(s) of author(s) and title of the paper written in soft pencil, if necessary note «top» and «bottom». In the electronic version, all the figures are in black-and-white version, submitted in separate files of the following formats: TIF, JPG, Origin, Corel Draw, Corel PhotoPaint, Adobe PhotoShop. A figure occupying all width of the page should have 14 cm along the horizontal, that one occupying 1/2 of the page - 7 cm. For figures in raster formats (bitmap), i.e. BMP, PCX, TIF, JPG, Corel PhotoPaint, Adobe PhotoShop, the permissible resolution - not lower than 300 dpi. In the file, image size along the horizontal, including captions along the axes, should be not lower than 800 pixels for the figure occupying 1/2 width of the page, and 1600 pixels - for that one occupying all the width.
5. Abstract (of less than 15 lines) should describe the aim of the paper, methods of reaching the aim, basic results. The abstract with name(s) of author (s) and title written in Russian and English is submitted on separate sheet.
6. References are listed at the end of the text in order they occur in the text. The bibliographic description includes author(s) names followed by:
a) a book - the title, Publishing Houses, year of edition (in parenthesis):
A.F. Ioffe, Physics of crystals, GIZ, Moscow (1929).
b) for an article in a journal - title, volume, issue, number of the first page of the article, year of edition (in parenthesis):
V.V.Kabanov, J.Demsar, B.Podobnik, and D. Mihailvic, Phys. Rev. B59, 1497 (1999).
7. Figure captions - the same as Abstracts must be submitted written in the two languages.
8. Information about the authors is written on a separate sheet and must include:
– name, patronymic and family name of the author(s) without abbreviations;
– address(es) and phone(s) of authors (in office and at home);
– E-mail and Internet address.
The name of the author to whom correspondence is to be addressed should be underlined.
Paper title, Abstract, figures and captions in complex should convey to the reader the particular nature of the contents of the paper.
We pay the authors attention to the fact that starting from 2002 the journal «High Pressure Physics and Technology» is reviewed and indexed by the Chemical Abstracts journal, the Ukrainian Copyright Agency, the Ukrainian electronic journal «Dzherelo». For each issue of the journal there are (in Internet) Abstracts written in Russian and English that makes the journal available for the English - speaking specialists.
The journal «High Pressure Physics and Technology» is included in the Catalogue of periodicals of Ukraine for 2008 (subscription index 74528). Besides, the journal may be subscribed for at the Editorial office.
The journal is published once in 3 months (4 issues per a year).
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– for physical persons ÎÁ 3 months – 20
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ÎÁ 12 months – 80
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ÎÁ 6 months – 80
ÎÁ 12 months – 160
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Journal HPPT Content. Volume 19 N1 2009.
|KONSTANTINOVA T.E. Dislocation structure evolution in metal systems under high pressure
|PODREZOV YU.N. Mechanisms of structurization and features of mechanical behavior of nanomaterials of deformation origin
|BAKHTEEVA N.D., POPOVA E.V. Nanocrystallization features of amorphous aluminium alloys subjected to severe plastic deformation
|SAVINA O.V., BABUSHKIN A.N., SUKHANOV I.V., SUKHANOVA G.V. Thermoelectric properties of pure metals under high plastic deformations
|MELNIKOVA N.V., BABUSHKIN A.N., SAVINA O.V. Baric dependence of thermoelectromotive force of amorphous copper chalcogenides
|MATS A.V., KHAIMOVICH P.A. Barocryodeforming the è18î10ô steel
|VELIKODNYI A.N., KHAIMOVICH P.A., TICHONOVSKY M.A., ANDRIYEVSKAYA N.F., STAROLAT M.P., TICHONOVSKAYA T.M. Lowtemperature
semihydroextrusion of strongly deformed zirconium
|MALTSEVA L.A., NOSKOVA N.I., MALTSEVA T.V., KOSITSYNA I.I., OZERETS N.N., MISAR A.V., LEVINA A.V. The evolution of structure
and phase transformations in metastable austenitic steel at severe plastic
|STOLYAROV V.V., UGURCHIEV U.KH. Influence of pulsed current on deformation behavior of nanostructured shape memory TiNi alloy
|KORZHOV V.P. Sintered powder billets of electrocontact Cu–30% Cr alloy clad by cast alloy of the same composition
|BEZHENAR N.P., GARBUZ T.A., BOZHKO S.A., BELJAVINA N.N., MARKIV V.JA., OLEJNIK G.S. Phase composition and structure of cBN–TiB2–Al obtained by high-pressure sintering
|BOGATYREVA G.P., ILNITSKAYA G.D., MARINICH M.A., NEVSTRUEV G.F., PANOVA A.N., BILOCHENKO V.A., LESCHENKO O.V. Interrelation of physico-chemical and physico-mechanical properties
of synthetic diamond powders
|KHOMENKO A.V., PRODANOV N.V. Effect of asperities of diamond plates on behavior of ultrathin water film confined between them
|LYSENKO A.B., KRAVETS O.L., LYSENKO A.á. The mechanism and kinetics of formation of neodymium metastable modification in conditions of quenching from a liquid state
|RYZHKOVSKII V.M., GONCHAROV V.S., DYMONT V.P., MITYUK V.I. Structural transformations in zinc-containing alloys based on antimonide Mn2Sb under the influence of hot-pressing
|GOMONNAI A.A., GURANICH P.P., SLIVKA A.G., RIGAN M.YU., ROMAN I.YU. Pressure behaviour of pyroelectric coefficient in TlInS2 and TlGaSe2 layered crystals
|VARYUKHIN D.V., TARENKOV V.YU., DYACHENKO A.I., VAL'KOV V.I., GOLOVCHAN A.V., PODLESNY A.V. Resistive anomalies and current stimulation phase transition in junctions
|DAUNOV M.I., KAMILOV I.K., GABIBOV S.F. Application of hydrostatic pressure for estimation of the extent of fluctuation potential effect on energy spectrum of charge carriers in crystalline semiconductors
|MOLLAEV A.YU. Complex study of doped ferromagnetic semiconductors under high pressure
|BELYATINSKAYA I.V., FEL’DMAN V.I., MILYAVSKIY V.V., BORODINA T.I. Shock metamorphism of streaky amphibolite rock-forming
Journal HPPT Content. Volume 19 N2 2009.
|CHRONEOS A.I., GOULATIS I.L., VOVK R.V., ZAVGORODNIY A.A., OBOLENSKII M.A., PETRENKO A.G., SAMOILOV A.V. Atomistic models
for R1–xPrxBa2Cu3O7–d (R = Y and lanthanides) and related oxides
|METLOV L.S. Problems of evolution nonequilibrium thermodynamics for defects
|BUTKO V.G. Electronic structure of unidimensional lithium and potassium nanostructures
|TRUKHANOV S.V., KOZLENKO D.P., TRUKHANOV A.V. Crystalline and magnetic structures of anion-deficient manganite La0.70Sr0.30MnO2.85 influenced
by high pressure
|BAK-MISIUK J., ROMANOWSKI P., DOMAGALA J., MISIUK A., DYNOWSKA E., LUSAKOWSKA E., BARCZ A., SADOWSKI J., CALIEBE W. Ferromagnetic
nanoclusters in Si:Mn and GaMnAs annealed at high temperature–pressure
|BEZHENAR N.P., KONOVAL S.M., BOZHKO S.A., BELJAVINA N.N., MARKIV V.YA. Reaction interaction in cBN–Al system at high pressure
|NOVIKOV N.V., BOGATYREVA G.P., ILNITSKAYA G.D., NEVSTRUEV G.F., PETASJUK G.A., TKACH V.N., BOGDANOV R.K., ISONKIN A.M., ZAKORA A.P., ZAITSEVA I.N. Inclusions in crystals of synthetic diamond high-strength powders
|MELNIKOVA N.V., KADYROVA N.I., USTINOVA I.S., ZAYNULIN YU.G., BABUSHKIN A.N. Synthesis and electrical properties of high-pressure phases
|GRIBANOV I.F. Magnetic properties of Mn1–tCrtAs (0.1 < t < 0.3) alloys under pressure
|RYABTSEV S.I. Phase formation peculiarities and properties of nonequilibrium solidificated alloys with high positive energy of mixing
|POPOV V.V., RASSOLOV S.G., TKATCH V.I., MASLOV V.V., MAKSIMOV V.V., NOSENKO V.K., PETRENKO A.G. Effect of partial replacement of Ni with Co on thermal stability of amorphous and nanocomposite structures in Al86(Ni,Co)8Gd6 alloys
|MOLLAEV A.YU., KAMILOV I.K., ARSLANOV R.K., ZALIBEKOV U.Z., NOVOTORZEV V.M., MARENKIN S.F. Influence of manganese percentage on
characteristic points and phase-transition parameters on scale of high pressures in p-CdGeAs2:Mn
|MITIUK V.I., RYZHKOVSKII V.M., TKACHENKO T.M. The influence of hotpressing treatment on solubility of copper and zinc in manganese antimonide
with the NiAs-type crystal structure
|MOLLAEV A.YU., KAMILOV I.K., ARSLANOV R.K., ZALIBEKOV U.Z., ARSLANOV T.R., NOVOTORZEV V.M., MARENKIN S.F. Negative magnetoresistance
in p-InAs:Mn and p-CdGeAs2:Mn induced by high pressure
|SHAPOVALOV V.A. Magnetic centres with the initial high symmetry of nearest environment and structure symmetry of high order
|ALEXANDROV I.V., SITDIKOV V.D., BONARSKY YA.T. The evolution of crystallographic texture in copper subjected to severe plastic deformation by torsion under high pressure
|LAPTEV A.M., PERIG A.V., PODLESNY S.V. Mechanics of equal-channel angular pressing of strain-hardening material
|PAPIROV I.I., SHOKUROV V.S., PIKALOV A.I., SIVTSOV S.V., SHKUROPATENKO V.A. Ultrafine-grained magnesium alloy and tantalum produced
by severe plastic deformation
|BELOSHENKO V.A., MATROSOV N.I., CHISHKO V.V., DYAKONOV V.P., SENNIKOVA L.F., MIRONOVA O.N., MEDVEDSKAYA E.A., SHEVCHENKO B.A. Equal-channel multiangular pressing of multifibre superconducting composite
|ANDRIEVSKAYA N.F., OKOVIT V.S., RUDYCHEVA T.YU., STAROLAT M.P., STOROZHILOV G.E., TIKHONOVSKY M.A., KHAIMOVICH P.A., SHAPOVAL I.N. Evolution of the structure and properties of alloy NT-50 during severe plastic deformation
|TSISAR M.O., SHMYGERA R.S. Influence of functional layer on surface roughness
|BARONIN G.S., STOLIN A.M., PUGACHEV D.V., ZAVRAZHIN D.O., KOBZEV D.E., KOZLUKOVA YU.O., RAZININ A.K. Molecular-relaxation and structure-mechanical characteristics of composites based on ultrahigh-molecular weight polyethylene produced by liquid- and solid-phase extrusion