Year: 2020 Volume: 13 Issue: 2
Pages: 177
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Publication schedule
  • №4 December 2020
    Submission deadline: 1 October 2020
  • №1 March 2021
    Submission deadline: 20 January 2021
  • №2 June 2021
    Submission deadline: 1 April 2021
  • №3 September 2021
    Submission deadline: 20 June 2021
  • №4 December 2021
    Submission deadline: 1 October 2021

Electric charge relaxation in the polyethylene with mineral inclusions of diatomite

Condensed matter physics
  • 25
  • 510
  • Pages: 9-16

The efficiency of solar energy conversion by the CdS/por-Si/p-Si heterostructure: the dopant effect

Condensed matter physics
  • 10
  • 483
  • Pages: 17-26

Assessment of RANS turbulence models capabilities based on computational results for free convection developing near a suddenly heated vertical plate

Simulation of physical processes
  • 12
  • 502
  • Pages: 27-40

Fractional differentiation operation in the Fourier boundary problems

Mathematical physics
  • 12
  • 492
  • Pages: 41-52

Chains of fundamental mutually homogeneous functions with a common real eigenvalue

Mathematical physics
  • 9
  • 463
  • Pages: 53-71

General formulas for chains of fundamental mutually homogeneous functions with a common pair of complex conjugate eigenvalues

Mathematical physics
  • 3
  • 459
  • Pages: 72-88

Devices for steering particle beams in the accelerators based on crystals curved by scratching the grooves on the surface

Experimental technique and devices
  • 48
  • 545
  • Pages: 88-98

An electrically powered ion accelerator with contact ionization for perspective electrically powered thrusters

Physical electronics
  • 8
  • 470
  • Pages: 99-115

Imaging properties of computer-generated holograms: the phase distribution effect in the object’s space

Physical optics
  • 4
  • 437
  • Pages: 116-125

The fiber-optic interferometric schemes with multiplexed sensitive elements: an analysis of output optical power level

Radiophysics
  • 3
  • 433
  • Pages: 126-141

Production of K*-mesons in the copper-gold nuclei collisionsat √(s_NN) = 200 GeV

Nuclear physics
  • 5
  • 440
  • Pages: 142-151

Measurement of φ-meson’s nuclear modificatiion factors in the collisions of proton beams with aluminum nuclei at an energy of 200 GeV

Nuclear physics
  • 32
  • 471
  • Pages: 152-159

Determination of the effective Young's modulus of medium with microstructure typical for hydrogen degradation

Mechanics
  • 7
  • 438
  • Pages: 160-174