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Word Template for ISOPE Journal (Revised 2015) Times Roman, bold-face, 12-point font and center

Author Name(s): Forename Middle Family name 10-point font and center
Dept. Affiliation, School/Corp. Affiliation 10-point font and center
City, State or Province, Country 10-point font and center

ABSTRACT NO HEADING

A short abstract (50 to 100 words) in a single paragraph should be included here .

In this sample paper, we describe and provide the formatting guidelines for submissions to an ISOPE journal. 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 your Word screen for example. This template places all material in a
7 key words. Please separate the keywords with commas. Example: rectangle of 19.19 x 24.00 cm (7.55" x 9.45"), beginning 1.30 cm
Wire, cable, rope, tension. (0.51") from the top of the page. The left and right margins are set as
1.20 cm (0.47). The text should be in two 9.15 cm (3.60") columns
NOMENCLATURE (Newspaper style) with a .89 cm (.35") center gutter.

Optional, but do not use unless it is absolutely necessary. If used, Text


place in alphabetical order, followed by any Greek symbols.
Text must be single-spaced using a Times Roman or Times New
INTRODUCTION Roman font, or other Roman font with serifs, as close as possible in
appearance to Times Roman throughout the paper. Use a 12-point font
The body of the paper begins with the Introduction. In the for the Title, a 10-point font for Author Name(s) and for Affiliation(s),
Introduction, state the purpose of the paper, or authors aim, so that a 9-point font for all body text, a 10-point font for Section Headings
the reader will have a clear concept of the objective(s). Following the and a 9-point font for Subsection Headings.
Introduction, text should be organized into logical parts or sections
that describe the problem, the means of solution, technical data or Text in the columns must be full justified.
substantiation and other information necessary to qualify properly the
results presented and conclusions drawn. Acknowledgments (where Paper Title
applicable), References, and Appendices (where applicable) follow the
Conclusions. The paper title with Times Roman or Times New Roman, bold-faced
in 12-point font should be centered in upper and lower case at the
A typical conference paper should not exceed 6000 words (6 typeset location shown, and is limited to a maximum of 120 characters
pages). A journal paper may exceed 6 typeset pages, but an additional including spaces. Two lines may be used.
charge will be applied.
Author Name(s)
FORMATTING
Author names in 10-point font should consist of first name and middle
Page Size (Subsection Headings should be bold) name or initials followed by the complete last name in upper and
lower case, centered under the title.
The page size MUST be set to Letter (8-1/2x11) on Page Setup of
Affiliation(s)
Equations
Use upper and lower case. Only one affiliation per author is allowed.
Do not include street address, postal code, email or fax numbers. Equations must be numbered consecutively from Eq. 1 to the end of
the paper including any appendices. Use the equation number when
Section and Subsection Headings referring to equations (Eq. 1, Eqs. 5 to 7, ...). Please take care to type
equations accurately.
Headings and subheadings appear throughout the text to divide subject
matter into logical parts and emphasize major elements and Equations should be left-justified. Enclose equation numbers in
considerations. Do not number them. parentheses and place flush right with right-hand margin of the
column.
Section Headings should be flush left in all UPPER case (CAPITAL
letters). 5+12=17 (1)

Subsection Headings should be bold and flush left in upper and lower Equations should be translatable and editable and not inserted as
case as shown. For subsection headings, a word like the or a is not images. Do not switch between .doc and .docx file formats, as this will
capitalized unless it is the first word of the header. create problems with the math. If possible, it is best to create the
manuscript document in .docx and stay with .docx format throughout.
Sub-subsection Headings. Sub-subsection headings should be treated
as an Italics paragraph lead-in. Sub-subsection headings should be 9- Figures
point, Italic, upper and lower case and the paragraph full justified.
Number figures consecutively and use the figure number when
Text Citation of References referring to a figure (Fig. 1) or figures (Figs. 2~3), ... Figures must
have a caption consisting of an abbreviated number, like Fig. 1, and
Within text of article, references to be cited by last name of author(s) brief title and should be placed below figure, left-justified.
and year of publication. Each reference to include last names of all
authors. For example: For good legibility, lines, letters and symbols must be of sufficient
weight (or darkness), size and thickness. Avoid using shades.
.....was discovered (Longuet-Higgins and Fox, 1977) Capitalize only the first word of labels unless it is part of a name that
Ueda and Rashed (1990) proposed requires capitalization of the entire name. E.g., Average velocity not
Sparrow (1980a) discovered ..... Average Velocity but North Sea is correct.
It was also noted (Sparrow, 1980b; Kheisin, 1992) that .....
Place Figures/Images in text as close to the reference as possible.
Last Page Figures may extend across both columns to a maximum width of
19.19 cm (7.55). However, figures preferably should fit within
The two columns on the last page should be as close to equal length as columns to minimize unused space.
possible.
Although digital versions of papers will be available in color, papers
Length are published in the journal in grayscale (black-and-white). Therefore,
be aware that line graphics must be distinguishable from one another
If possible, typical journal paper should not exceed 6 template pages when figures are printed in grayscale. Color spectrum scales should
(including illustrations). If a paper exceeds 6 journal pages, the authors follow a light-to-dark gradation pattern. Printing your figures out in
will be invoiced a mandatory excess page charge of $150 per page for grayscale may help determine potential clarity issues.
each page above 6.
Figures that are line-art should be scanned at 600 dpi, whereas
Tables screened figures should be scanned as grayscale at 300 dpi. Graphs
may be submitted in vector format (e.g., EPS).
It is often advantageous to place information in a tabular format as
shown here. Number tables consecutively and use table numbers when Please scan and save photos at 300 dpi, preferably in TIFF format. If
referring to a table (Table 1, Tables 2~3,...). you must use JPEG format, make sure the compression level is at
highest quality. Avoid downscaling of images: In Microsoft Word
Table 1. Table captions should be placed above table, left-justified follow the settings: File > Options > Advanced (scroll down to Image
Size and Quality) and check the option Do not compress images in
Margins Left Column Right Column the file.

Top 0.51" (1.3 cm) 0.51" (1.3 cm ) Footnotes


Left 0.47" (1.2 cm) 4.42" (11.24 cm)
Optional, but do not use, unless it is absolutely necessary. Footnotes
Right 4.07" (10.35 cm) 8.02" (20.39 cm)
should be 9-point and justified to the full width of the column.
Bottom 9.96" (25.3 cm) 9.96" (25.3 cm)*
*The use of SI Units must be used for all weights and measures. If CONCLUSIONS
other units are used, the equivalent SI Unit should be included as
shown above. A brief summary of your research results should be included in this
section toward the end of the paper.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Figure quality. The printer requires the figure file quality 300 dpi in
resolution or in vector format.
Acknowledgments may be made to those individuals or institutions
not mentioned elsewhere in the paper that made an important Submit to:
contribution.
IJOPE Technical Editor; editor@isope.org
REFERENCES www.isope.org
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. References should be published materials (excluding computer
program manuals) accessible to the public. Internal technical reports
may be cited only if they are easily accessible to the public or any
reader. Private communications should be acknowledged within text,
not referenced (e.g., [Coyle, personal communication]).

List of References shall be arranged in alphabetical order of family


name of the first-named author for articles with more than one author.
Do not number them. Titles of books, periodicals and conference
proceedings to be in italics. Volume, issue and page ranges should be
numbers only, e.g., Vol 4, No 1, pp 25-30 should be written as: 4(1), 25-
30. DOI (Digital Object Idendtifier) information is requested for
references, as available.

Examples are:

Dias, F, Ghidaglia, J-M, and Le Coq, G (2007). On the Fluid Dynamics


Models for Sloshing, Proc 17th Int Offshore Polar Eng Conf,
Lisbon, Portugal, ISOPE, 3, 18801888.
Graebel, WP (2007). Advanced Fluid Mechanics, Academic Press, 362
pp.
Kheisin, DE (1992). "Dynamics of Ice Cover Interacting with Ocean
and Atmosphere," Int J Offshore and Polar Eng, ISOPE, 3(1), 43-50.
Kim, CH (2008). Nonlinear Waves and Offshore Structures, World
Scientific, 516 pp.
Longuet-Higgins, MS, and Fox, MJH (1977). "Theory of the Almost
Highest Wave: the Inner Solution," J Fluid Mech, 80, 721-41.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0022112077002444.
Sparrow, EM (1980a). "Parallel Processing ...,"
Sparrow, EM (1980b). "Forced-Convection Heat Transfer ...
Protuberances," Num Heat Transfer, 12(2), 149-167. DOI:
10.1080/01495728008961752.
Ueda, Y, and Rashed, SMH (1990). "Modern Method of ... Offshore
Structures," Proc 1st Pacific/Asia Offshore Mech Symp, Seoul, Korea,
ISOPE, 3, 315-328.

APPENDIXES

For highly mathematical papers, it may be advisable to develop


equations and formulas in an appendix. Appendixes may also be
used for detailed descriptions of apparatus and other related material
not essential to the general presentation of the subject.

Final Manuscript

E-mail your manuscript for review in WORD file, after the file
attachment(s) is made less than 5 MB after ZIP.

You may also submit a LaTeX file accompanied by a corresponding


PDF file and all relevant package files, organized and labeled
properly.