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Word Template for NCEVT Proceedings Times Roman, bold-face, 24 - point font and center

First Author Name: Forename Middle name Family name Bold, Italic, 10-point font and center Affiliation to Department/Institute. 9-point font and center
E-mail ID 9-point font and center

Second Author Name: Forename Middle name Family name Bold, Italic, 10-point font and center Affiliation to Department/Institute. 9-point font and center
E-mail ID 9-point font and center

ABSTRACT HEADING in capital Times New Roman 10 Point in bold face font.
A short abstract (50 to 100 words) in a single paragraph Times New Roman 9 Point Italic Font should be included here. In this sample paper, we describe and provide the formatting guidelines for submissions to the NCEVT ‘10 Conference Proceedings. Simply download this template from the web, and insert your information where applicable. These guidelines and template streamline the production process, promote uniformity of appearance, improve overall esthetics, and will enhance the interactive and functional aspects of the CD-ROM version. By conforming to the specs of this template, your paper will reflect the look of this document.

KEY WORDS: For library indexing and on-line searching, list
up to 7 key words. Please separate the keywords with semicolons. Example: Wire; cable; rope; tension. 9-point font & Bold, Italic

A typical conference paper should not exceed 6000 words (8 pages). FORMATTING

NOMENCLATURE Optional, but do not use, unless it is absolutely necessary. If used, place in alphabetical order, followed by any Greek symbols. INTRODUCTION The body of the paper begins with the Introduction. In the Introduction, state the purpose of the paper, or author’s aim, so that the reader will have a clear concept of the objective(s). Following the Introduction, text should be organized into logical parts or sections that describe the problem, the means of solution, technical data or substantiation and other information necessary to qualify properly the results presented and conclusions drawn. Acknowledgments (where applicable), References, and Appendices (where applicable) follow the Conclusions. Body Text Times New Roman 10 Point. Page Size (Subsection Heads Title Case Times New Roman 10 Point should be bold) The page size MUST be set to Letter (8-1/2”x11”) on “Page Setup” of your Word screen for example. This template places all material in a rectangle of 19.19 x 24.00 cm (7.55" x 9.45"), beginning 1.30 cm (0.51") from the top of the page. The left and right margins are set as 2.50 cm and 1.20 cm (0.47”). The text should be in two 9.15 cm (3.60") columns (Newspaper style) with a .89 cm (.35") center gutter. Text Text must be single-spaced using a Times New Roman font, Use a 24-point font for the Title, a 10-point font for Author Name(s), a 9-point font for Affiliation(s), a 10 point for all body text and all Section and Subsection Heads.

NCEVT’12

First Name Last name of first author

Page number

Paper Title Length The paper title with Times New Roman. Mark Bekker. Author Name(s) Typical conference paper should not exceed 8 pages including illustrations). Enclose equation numbers in parentheses and place flush right with right-hand margin of the column.. Every word in a must be capitalized except for short minor words such as “a”.. If a paper exceeds 8 pages. Table captions should be placed above table. email or fax numbers. 1980b. Maximum Two lines may be used. lines. “with” unless it is the first word of the header. postal code. 1977) Patel and Parikh (1990) proposed. “the”. It is often advantageous to place information in a tabular format as shown here. If only one address is needed. “at”.).. size and thickness. .39 cm) 9. “of”. Eqs. 5~7. “from”.3 cm) Right Column 0. “for”. and brief title and should be placed below figure.24 cm) 8. Tables 2. It was also noted (Johnson. preferably written with Equation Editor. “or”..96" (25. the equivalent SI Unit should be included as shown above. the authors will be charged a mandatory excess page charge of Rs. Each reference to include last names of all authors. Please take care to type equations accurately. Use the equation number when referring to equations (Eq. 1) or figures (Figs.. like Fig.. left-justified. Equations Equations are too numbered consecutively from Eq. The two columns on the last page should be as close to equal length as possible.51" (1. letters and symbols must be of sufficient weight (or darkness).. (1) NCEVT’12 First Name Last name of first author Page number . 5+12=17 Figures Number figures consecutively and use the figure number when referring to a figure (Fig. “and”. 50 per page for each page above 8.. bold-faced in 24point font should be centered in upper and lower case at the location shown. 1. Sub-subsection Heads. “into”. For two addresses. “in”.was discovered (Acharya-Shah and Talati. Table 1. For good legibility.07" (10.). Equations should be left-justified.3 cm) 0.. Figures must have a caption consisting of an abbreviated number. For Title and subsection heads. Sub-subsection heads should be 10-point. “by”. Place Figures/Images in text as close to the reference as Eq. Avoid using shades. 1.51" (1. Affiliation(s) Use upper and lower case. For example: . use two centered columns.… Wilkinson (1900a) discovered. “as”.96" (25.. Number tables consecutively and use table numbers when referring to a table (Table 1. “an”. and so on. centered under the title in italics.. 2~3). upper and lower case and the paragraph full justified.42" (11.35 cm) 9. leftjustified Margins Top Left Right Bottom Left Column 0.3 cm)* *The use of SI Units must be used for all weights and measures. references to be cited by last name of author(s) and year of publication. If other units are used. “to”.. Bold-Italic. and is limited to a maximum of 10 words.02" (20.. Subsection Heads should be bold and flush left in upper and lower case as shown. Do not include street address. ... Tables Author names in 10 point font should consist of first name and middle name initials followed by the complete last name in upper and lower case. “on”. Section and Subsection Heads Headings and subheadings appear throughout the text to divide subject matter into logical parts and emphasize major elements and considerations.. Sub-subsection heads should be treated as a bold paragraph lead-in.3 cm ) 4. 1 to the end of the paper including any appendices.2 cm) 4. Do not number them.. center all address text. . “if”.Last Page Text in the columns must be full justified. 1992) that.47" (1. Section Heads should be flush left in all UPPER case (CAPITAL letters). Text Citation of References Within text of article..

Offshore Structures. and Fox. For larger files. Footnotes Optional." Int J Offshore and Polar Eng. NCEVT’12 First Name Last name of first author Page number . EM (1980a)." Sparrow. No 1. Please be aware of the quality of your figures.in/events.. ISOPE. if your file size is smaller than about 2 MB after ZIP.htm CONCLUSIONS A brief summary of your research results should be included in this section toward the end of the paper. No 2. Vol 80." J Fluid Mech. "Dynamics of Ice Cover Interacting with Ocean and Atmosphere. Ueda. EM (1980b). "Forced-Convection Heat Transfer .g. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Acknowledgments may be made to those individuals or institutions not mentioned elsewhere in the paper that made an important contribution. Do not number them. 2 Example of an image Figures that are line-art should be scanned at 600 dpi. Figures must be accommodated in corresponding column width to minimize unused space. Y. DE (1992). whereas screened figures should be scanned as grayscale at 300 dpi." Proc 1st Pacific/Asia Offshore Mech Symp. Examples are: Kheisin. personal communication]”).ac.. and Rashed. Vol 3. Vol 3. SMH (1990). "Parallel Processing . “[Coyle.ac. MJH (1977). "Theory of the Almost Highest Wave: the Inner Solution. Protuberances. Title of books. send your file on a CD-ROM Fig. Please scan photos at 300 dpi. Appendixes may also be used for detailed descriptions of apparatus and other related material not essential to general presentation of subject. Footnotes should be 9-point and justified to the full width of the column. Private communications should be acknowledged within text. illustrations. 1 A sample line graph using colors which contrast well both on screen and on a black-and-white hardcopy List of References shall be arranged in alphabetical order of last name of first-named author for articles with more than one author. not referenced (e. Longuet-Higgins. Seoul. unless it is absolutely necessary.. Vol 12. Internal technical reports may be cited only if they are easily accessible to the public or any reader.possible. Sparrow. Submit to: E-mail if the file is less than 2 MB after ZIP to NCEVT Email to respective mail Addresses. For any further query / assistance please follow the link http://parul... periodicals and conference proceedings to be underlined or in italics. and photos. pp 315-328. but do not use. pp 149-167." Num Heat Transfer.. use the grayscale setting on your scanner. REFERENCES References to original (not secondary) sources for cited material is to be listed together at the end of the paper and should be justified ragged right.. pp 43-50. Fig.. APPENDIXES In highly mathematical paper it may be advisable to develop equations and formulas in appendix. and place photo into position on your electronic document. "Modern Method of . References should be published materials (excluding computer program manuals) accessible to the public. Final Manuscript E-mail your manuscript for review in WORD file. pp 721-41. ISOPE.in/ncevt12/format/ OR http://parul. MS.

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