Scientific Works of National University of Food Technologies

 

 

ISSN 2617-1945

(online)

 

ISSN 2225-2924

(рrint)

 

 

Founder:

 

National University of Food Technologies

Kyiv, Ukraine

www.nuft.edu.ua

 

 

 

 

 

Crossref identifiers of articles

 

 

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Address of editorial office:

Scientific Works of National University of Food Technologies
National University of Food Technologies
Volodymyrska str., 68
Kyiv, 01601
Ukraine

 

E-mail: 

npnuht@ukr.net

 

Managing Editor:

Anastasiia Shevchenko

Ph. D., As. Prof., National University of Food Technologies, Ukraine

E-mail: 

npnuht@ukr.net

 

 

 

 

  • Editorial
  • Editorial board
  • For authors
  • Ethics, privacy

Articles with the results of fundamental theoretical developments and applied research in the field of technical and economic sciences are published in the journal "Scientific Works of National University of Food Technologies".

The journal "Scientific works of the National University of Food Technologies" is included in the list of scientific professional publications of Ukraine in technical (specialties - 121, 126, 133, 141, 144, 151, 162, 181) and economic (specialties - 051, 073, 075) sciences, category "B" (Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine № 975 of 11.07.2019), which may publish the results of dissertations for obtaining the doctor's and candidate's of sciences (Ph.D) degree.

The results of the research presented in the journal should be new, have connection with food science and be of interest to the international scientific community.

The journal "Scientific Works of National University of Food Technologies" has been published since 1938.

Topics of publications

Food technologies
Mechanical and electrical engineering
Biotechnology and microbiology
Food safety
Automation and information technologies
Economics, management and marketing
Physical, mathematical and chemical sciences
Labor protection, civil protection

Periodicity of the journal - 6 issues per year

Language of papers: Ukrainian, English.

The purpose of the scientific journal is to support and promote current trends in the development and implementation of best practices and the latest advances in the food industry.

Promising tasks of the publication are:

-development of basic and applied research in the field of technologies for creating innovative products;
-analysis and comparison of the results of best practices of domestic and foreign scientists;
- discussion of problems and prospects in the field of food technologies.

There are no publication or submission charges.

Reviewing process

Manuscripts of scientific articles are initially reviewed for compliance with all formal requirements for the subject, scientific profile, content, structure, scope and order of design. In case of discrepancy, the materials are returned to the authors for revision.

The level of uniqueness of the author's text is determined using the appropriate software. In case of non-compliance with the allowable percentage of uniqueness of the text, the materials are returned to the authors for revision.

After the initial review and plagiarism check, the manuscript is sent for double "blind review" (the reviewer does not know the author of the article, the author does not know the reviewer).

Copyright

The author is responsible for compliance with current legislation in the preparation of materials, including copyright rules and the accuracy of the facts (citations, references, names, titles, etc.). The published materials are the legal property of the publisher of the journal "Scientific Works of National University of Food Technologies", unless otherwise agreed. Manuscripts that have not previously been published in print and online and have not been submitted for publication in other journals are accepted for publication. The author who submits materials for publication retains all copyrights and grants the relevant publication the right of first publication, allowing the distribution of material indicating the authorship and source of the original publication, and agrees to place its online version on the website of the V. Vernadsky National Library and in open access in online network of the university. The author grants the editorial board the right to review and reject the materials submitted for publication.

The following license will apply to the article: CC BY

Only one article by the author (both own and co-authored) can be published in one issue.

Policy of identification and consideration of information or appeals on violations of the requirements of the Procedure for formation of the List of scientific professional publications of Ukraine, as well as elimination of such violations

In order to identify inconsistencies, as well as their further elimination, the editorial board monitors compliance with the requirements of the Procedure for the formation of the List of scientific professional publications of Ukraine.

Requests for violation of the requirements are sent to the official e-mail of the publication with the argument of the essence of the violation. If a violation is detected, the editorial office will take measures to eliminate it.

 

Editor-in-Chief
Oleksandr Shevchenko

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2026-0224
npnuht@ukr.net

Managing Editor
Anastasiia Shevchenko

Ph. D., As. Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6215-4860
npnuht@ukr.net

Agota Giedre Raisiene

Ph. D. Hab., Lithuanian Institute of Agrarian
Economics, Lithuania https://app.webofknowledge.com/author/record/3287947 agotagiedre@ gmail.com

Atanaska Teneva 

Ph. D. Hab., As. Prof., University of Food
Technolodgies, Bulgaria
https://app.webofknowledge.com/author/
record/6905719?lang=ru_RU&SID=C1ikm
VKadQ3RdqgZ7Qk
atanaska_teneva@abv.bg

Anatoly Zainchkovskiy

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
kaf_ekon_pravo@ukr.net

Anatoly Ladanyuk

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5411-3284ladanyuk@ukr.net

Andrii Marynin

Ph. D., As. Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6692-7472
andrii_marynin@ukr.net

Brian McKenna

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., University College Dublin,
Ireland
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5750-964X

Valerii Myronchuk

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5825-4335
mironchuk vg@ukr.net

Vasyl Kyshenko

Ph. D., Prof., National University of Food
Technologies, Ukraine https://app.webofknowledge.com/author/record/19575831

Vasyl Pasichnyi

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-3219-1564
pasww1@ukr.net

Viacheslav Ivashchuk

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9678-0990
ivaschuk@nuft.edu.ua

Viktor Stabnikov

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
http://orcid.org/0000-0003-3738-8056

Volodymyr Zavialov

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-9382-9050
zavialov@nuft.edu.ua

Halyna Kolisnyk

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., Uzhhorod National
University, Ukraine
https://scholar.google.com.ua/citations?user=hdHkFTg
AAAAJ&hl=ru
halyna.kolisnyk@uzhnu.edu.ua

Halyna Polishchuk

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
http://orcid.org/0000-0003-3013-3245
milknuft@i.ua

Gerhard Schleining

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., The University of Natural
Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1321-9186
gerhard.schleining@boku.ac.at

Daiva Leskauskaite

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., Kaunas University of
Technology, Lithuania
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0344-2886
daiva.leskauskaite@ktu.lt

Iryna Shtuler

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National academy of
management, Ukraine
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0852-8526
Shkirka2002@ukr.net

Cristina L.M. Silva

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., University de Catolica,
Portuguesa
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-0495-3955
clsilva@porto.ucp.pt

Lada Shirinyan

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8349-2113
ladashirinyan@ukr.net

Larisa Arsenyeva

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0976-7625
ars-l@ukr.net

Nataliia Lutska

Ph. D., As. Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8593-0431
lutskanm2017@gmail.com

Oleksandr Butnik-Siverskyi

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2492-231X
busiv@ukr.net

Oleksandr Gavva

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2938-0230
gavvaoleksandr@gmail.com

Oleksandr Kurgaev

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5348-2734

Olena Derevianko

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1857-2862
oderevianko14@gmail.com

Olena Stabnikova

Ph. D. As., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
http://orcid.org/0000-0003-4156-3021

Paola Pittia

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., University of Teramo, Italy
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0020-9077
ppittia@unite.it

Volodymyr Kovbasa

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
https://app.webofknowledge.com/author/record/29000762
hlib@i.ua

Svitlana Bondarenko

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9429-3507
svitlana.bondarenko@ukr.net

Svitlana Litvynchuk

Ph. D., As. Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
https://app.webofknowledge.com/author/record/14819285

Serhii Chumachenko

Ph. D. Hab., As. Prof., National University of
Food Technologies, Ukraine
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-8894-4262
sergiy23.chumachenko@gmail.com

Huub Lelieveld

Ph. D. Hab., Prof., President of the Global
Harmonization Initiatives, Netherlands
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4233-7299
huub.lelieveld@inter.nl.net

 

 

 

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUSCRIPTS


The printed version of the manuscript should be submitted on A4 paper (margins of 2 cm, Time New Roman, type size 14, spacing 1.5) and the electronic version should be submitted in a Microsoft Word document. There should be no blank lines in the manuscript. No extra spaces are allowed between the words. All pages of the manuscript should be numbered. The size of the manuscript should be from 12,000 to 24,000 characters (as an exception, up to 40,000 characters).

SEQUENCE OF STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS OF THE MANUSCRIPT

1. UDC index.
2. The title of the manuscript (in English, Ukrainian).
3. Initials and Last name of the authors in English, Ukrainian (no more than four authors).
4. An abstract in English, Ukrainian (not less than 1800 characters with spaces). The abstract should be highly informative, it is a separate text document in which the results of the research must be sum-marized. General phrases, insignificant details and well-known provisions shouldn’t be written in the abstract. Direct repetitions of any parts of the article should be also avoided.
5. A list of key words (5—6 words or key phrases in English, Ukrainian).
6. The structure of the text:
- Problem definition and its relationship with important practical tasks;
- Analysis of recent studies and publications related to subject matter of the manuscriptin particular, a review of the scientific achievements of foreign scientists;
- problem statement (statement of purpose of the manuscript);
- description of materials and research methods;
- presentation of the main material;
- conclusions and recommendations for further research (Manuscript Template).
7. A list of references (not less than 5) of their quotation should be presented after the text of the manuscript. Bibliographic descriptions should be made according to international slyle APA. Bibliographic descriptions should be submitted in the language of their edition. Links to unpublished materials are not allowed. The list of references should contain links only to recent and relevant studies. National standards, specifications, textbooks, lecture notes, laboratory workshops and other non-scientific literature must not be referenced. References to patents should be made in the text of the article, indicating only the number and title of the patent. The investigations of scientists from all over the world should be analyzed in the article. Based on the analysis of modern articles from English-language journals, the relevance of the topic in the world should be proved, the issues which need to be solved should be identified, and the purpose of the research should be formulated. In the list of references, the sources should be presented in alphabetical order. References to own publications should also be limited, as this reduces the scientific value of the article and the author's citation index.
8. Tables (in Word and Excel) can be submitted both in the text of the manuscript and in separate files (on separate pages). Each table should have a title, typed in bold, and its serial number if there are
several tables. The word “Tableˮ and number are printed in italics; the title is printed in bold. Tables should be in book format and fit freely in the height and width of the journal page.
9. Figures, images and tables should be performed in Corel Draw, Origin on white paper and placed both in the text and in separate files. Captions should be typed in bold directly under the figures. Images must be clear and contrasting (TIF, JPG with a resolution of 300 dpi); the size 6×9. Photos are printed in case of extreme necessity, if they provide information of the significant scientific value.
10. Mathematical formulas should be typed with the correct placing of upper and lower indices. The formulas should be numbered by Arabic numerals in parentheses at the right margin of the page. The indices of Ukrainian abbreviated words should be typed in bold and in lower case. The first word of an index, consisting of two abbreviated words, should be followed by a dot, and the second word has no dot. The numbers in the indexes are typed in upright font. Indexes should by typed in Latin letters and in italics. In formulas, the letters of Latin alphabet are typed in italics; Greek and Ukrainian letters are in upright font.
Chemical formulas should be typed in upright font. Mathematical symbols that make up the chemical formulas should be typed in italics.
Formulas should be put directly into the text. Simple formulas are typed from the keyboard, and complex — using the Microsoft Equation 3.0 object or MathType 5.6. Other equation editors are unacceptable. The characters are inserted only through the symbol table. The contraction of physical units must comply with the rules of the International System of Units (SI).
11. Information about the authors should be given as follows: second name (in uppercase letters), first name and patronymic (in full); academic title; position or profession, place of work; phone number, E-mail.
12. The date when the manuscript was received by the editorial board.
The use of automatic translation for any part of your text (manuscript, abstract, keywords) is not allowed. Translation must be of good quality.
The absence of any item listed above; absence of abstracts; non-compliance to the design requi-rements; spelling, grammatical, stylistic errors; automatic translation of any part of the manuscript are the grounds for refusal to accept the manuscript for publication.

Requirements for bibliographic descriptions in accordance with the international style of ARA

The in-text link should contain information about the author of the work (if the book without the author - editor), which is cited, the year of publication is indicated by a comma.
Examples:
1. If there is single autor:
Text, text (Author, year) text …
Text, text (Trikkalinou, 2017) text …
2. If there are 2-5 autors:
Text, text (Author 1, Author 2… & Author 5, year) text …
Text, text (Trikkalinou, Papazafiropoulou & Melidonis, 2017) text
3. If there more than 6 autors:
Text, text (Trikkalinou et al., 2017) text …
4. Reference to several works by different authors (simultaneously):
Text, text (Trikkalinou, 2017; Ustinov, 2012) text …

References

If the publication mentions no more than seven authors (if the book is without an author - editors), then the link must indicate all authors.
If the publication lists eight or more authors (if the book is without an author - editors), the link must list the names of the first six authors, then insert three dots (...) and add the name of the last author.
The titles of books and journals are indicated without abbreviations.
Examples:
1. Book by 1–7 authors:
Last name1, Initials1, Last name2, Initials2, Last name3, Initials3, Last name4, Initials4, Last name5, Initials5, Last name6, Initials6, & Last name7, Initials7. (Year). Book title: Subtitle (edition number). Place of publication: Publishing office.
Shulgin, V., Slobodyanyk, M., & Pavlenko, V. (2014). Chemistry. Kharkiv: Folio.
2. Book by 8 and more authors:
Last name1, Initials1, Last name2, Initials2, Last name3, Initials3, Last name4, Initials4, Last name5, Initials5, Last name6, Initials6… Last name of the last author, Initials. (Year). Book title: Subtitle (edition number). Place of publication: Publishing office.
Prusova, VG, Prykhach, OS, Dovgan, KL, Ostapenko, GG, Boyko, SO, Polishchuk, OO дар Bondar, GR (2004 ). Mathematics. Kyiv: Education
3. The book edited
Editor's Last name, Initials. (Ed.). (Year). Book title: Subtitle (edition number). Place of publication: Publishing office
Figol, N. (Ed.). (2009). Ukrainian language. Kyiv: NTUU "KPI".
4. Book without an author
Book title: Subtitle. (Year). (number). Place of publication: Publishing office.
Ukrainian language. (2009). Kyiv: NTUU "KPI".
5. Abstract or dissertation
Last name, Initials. (Year). Title of the work: Subtitle (Type of work with indication of the author 's scientific degree). University where the dissertation is defended, City
Salenko, O. (2001). Scientific bases of highly efficient hydrocutting. (Dissertation for the degree of Candidate of Technical Sciences). National Technical University of Ukraine "Kyiv Polytechnic Institute", Kyiv.
6. Matherials of conferences
Last name, Initials. (Year). Title of the speech, Information about the conference. Place of publication: Publishing office.
Polishchuk, O. (2008). Software Engineering, Proceedings of the Young Scientists Conference. Kyiv: Science.
7. Article from the journal
Last name, Initials. (Year). Article title: Subtitle. Journal title, Journal number, Pages.
Roik, M. (2014). The current state of registration of members of the genus Salix. Bioenergy, 1 (5), 21-23.
8. Online resources
BD of the document *. Available at: http: or doi:
* according to the examples above (books, journals, etc., but without information about the place of publication and publishing hoyse)
Dakhno, I. (2014). Intellectual property rights. Kyiv: CUL.
Available at: http://culonline.com.ua/full/959-pravo-intelect-vlasn_dahnopdf.html.
Hsueh, C. (2010). Weblog-based electronic portfolios. Educational Technology Research, 58 (2), 11-27.
doi: 10.1007 / s11423-008-9098-1.

The following documents are necessary to be sent to the e-mail address of the journal (npnuht@ukr.net):

- Electronic version of the manuscript;
- A review of the manuscript by a doctorate of the corresponding branch of science. If one of the authors is a doctorate him/herself, then a review is not necessary;
- A statement signed by the author(s) that the manuscript has not been published and is not submitted for publication;
- Extract from the meeting of the department / unit of the organization confirming that the manuscript is recommended for publication.

Editorial office address:
National University of Food Technologies
Volodymyrska str., 68,
building B, room 412, 01601, Kyiv, Ukraine

 

 

Rules and regulations on academic ethics

The Editorial Office strictly follows all rules and regulations recommended for all academic and scientific journals by COPE - the Committee on Publication Ethics (the official web site:https://publicationethics.org/resources).

Inter alia, we would like to pay the attention of all our authors (especially potential ones) as well as the attention of all our reviewers to the following regulations of COPE which we treat as the most essential for our everyday activities

  1. All editors, from editor in chief to managing and guest editors, are responsible for guaranteeing all authors a reasonable balance between the freedom of expression on the one hand and academic integrity on the other
  2. At any point of time the authors of the already published articles have the right to request a retraction, publish an apology, clarification and/or correction. The managing editor is expected to support this intention of the authors, however, they may also request additional explanation before publishing such information.
  3. Editors are responsible for determining whether a potential submission really fits the journal’s scope and framework. The decision that the text does not fit either of them should be delivered directly to the author(s) together with the explanation why so and (optional) recommendation on alternative publication opportunities.
  4. Editors are responsible for explaining double-blind peer-review procedures to both authors and independent reviewers. All reviewers are supposed to get regular (at least once a year) email notifications with reminders and updates on the related rules and procedures
  5. Editors are responsible for annual revision of internal academic publishing rules and double-blind peer-review standards
  6. New editors do not have the right to reverse the decision of previously employed editors, the only exception being an external complaint filed regarding plagiarism or other academic misconduct.
  7. Editors are responsible for double confidentiality and proper encoding of all texts before they are being sent for blind review
  8. Articles containing criticism of previously published works (in this journal or elsewhere globally), encouraging scientific debate and/or presenting negative results should be treated equally to regular articles describing authors’ original results. Articles of this category should be also subject to standard double-blind peer-review.
  9. In case the editors have detected plagiarism and have sufficient evidence to prove it - they have the right, officially or independently, to contact the author’s employer, the Ministry of Education in the related country or other regulatory authority so that to report the case of plagiarism.
  10. If the case of plagiarism has been reported externally, the editors are expected to fully cooperate on it and provide all necessary evidence they have, with the only exception - the names of the blind reviewers involved in this case.
  11. Editors are seen as responsible for informing international databases and online libraries if there is a case of retraction. Editors, however, cannot be responsible for the timing of updates in the involved databases and libraries.
  12. This journal restrains from all advertising activities as such and concentrates on publishing activities. In exceptional cases advertisement can be published though. Published advertisement is supposed to be directly related to academic research, higher education and conferences within the scope of the journal.
  13. All situations presented as the conflict of interests should be resolved according to COPE regulations. In such situations editors (or publishers on their behalf) are expected to find a similar case among those described on the official site of the COPE and act accordingly.

Editorial privacy policy. GDPR compliance

Editorial Board and editorial office are strongly committed to maintain trustful relations with all authors and all reviewers.

In May 2018 we updated our internal rules and code of conduct so that to comply fully with the acting GDPR  policies.

The core provisions of the editorial privacy policy are the following:

  1. Editors which are in direct communication with authors, current and/or potential, are responsible for keeping all personal data of the latter strictly confidential.
  2. The Editorial Board and the editorial office should not use any personal data provided by authors and reviewers for private purposes, including those of solely research/academic nature (customer survey or marketing research, for example)
  3. If the Board or the editorial office plans to conduct a survey among authors and/or reviewers, individuals participating in it must be informed in advance and must be asked for a signed permission.
  4. The Board and/or the editorial office is free to share personal information on the authors strictly in one case - when plagiarism has been detected and there is an ongoing formal investigation launched by a third party.
  5. Authors’ work affiliation and contact email are published on the introductory page of each article. This data is considered to be open-access. If an author objects to have their email published - they should inform the editorial office about this once their text has been approved for publishing (blind review results are available).
  6. Authors’ job affiliation is considered globally as being integral part of articles’ indexation in international databases, therefore, this sort of information is treated as open-source data and all authors are encouraged to provide their formal affiliation in the course of texts’ submission.
  7. The Editorial Board and the editorial office will never share personal contact information (telephone numbers, emails, skype name etc.) with any third parties, private or business.
  8. The minimum term of any personal data retention is 1 calendar year since the   day of the first contact. The editors maintain the right to delete any personal data on the authors and/or reviewers earlier than 1 year if the text has not been approved for publication (reviewer is not cooperating with the editorial office anymore).
  9. If any individual has received an email from the editorial office due to technical error or human mistake (typo in an email address, for example), we ask them to delete this email as soon as possible and notify the sender as soon as possible.
  10. If you want all your personal data be deleted from our internal editorial records - please, contact our managing editor via email.