The journal "Chemical engineering, ecology and resource saving"

Bulletin of National Technical University of Ukraine «Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute», Series «Chemical engineering, ecology and resource saving» is a scientific and technical professional journal addressed to specialists interested in processes and technologies for recycling raw materials for the creation of modern materials and means of production in the most economically advantageous and ecologically sound way.

Authors are advised to submit manuscripts in English or Ukrainian.
Reader category: scientists, teachers, graduate students, students.
Periodicity: 4 issues a year.
Year of foundation: 1982.
ISSN: 2617-9741 (Print)
ISSN: 2664-1763 (Online)

Attention! Special features of this electronic journal is that authors can add video files to the materials of the articles, so that they represent the results in a dynamic form. Visualization helps to simplify the perception of the results of simulation of dynamic systems, non-stationary processes, shape change and body transformation, and is useful in demonstrating the work of a research installation if necessary, e.g. Video files are formed as an optional annex to an article with the appropriate link in the text. The order for the creation and placement of video files is listed in the "Requirements to the article" link in the Guidelines for authors.

The journal has a DOI index and is placed in the register of scientific periodicals of Ukraine "URAN" Association on the open access platform Open Journal Systems (OJS) – http://chemengine.kpi.ua/ and contains abstracts of articles in English. Electronic copies of the collection are placed on the website of Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine in the section "Scientific resources".

The journal is indexed in DOAJ, WorldCat, Google Scholar, OpenAIRE, BASE science and information databases.

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