Formatting and Structure




1.Manuscripts should be double-spaced typed (including the abstract, references, and figure captions). Authors should adhere to using 12-point font size (Times New Roman) and single column format: A4 (210 x 297 mm) with 20 mm margins, or 8 1/2 x 11 in. with 1 in. margins and page numbers at the bottom to facilitate peer review.

2.Maximum 5,000 words or word equivalents for the entire submission (excluding references).

3.Units of Measurement: ONLY SI Units (including tables and figures).

4.Tables should be in portrait format (Each table is not to exceed a width of 150 mm (6 in.): Each table should have a title and a number, which is cited in the body of the main text. All numbered references must be cited in sequential order (that is, 1,2,3...). Do not create your table as an Excel file. Do not place tables as graphics, do not use text boxes within table cells, and do not place tables in landscape format. Do use a minimum of 8 pt. text size.

5.Figures should be in portrait format: Each figure should have a title and a number, which is cited in the body of the main text. All numbered figures must be cited in sequential order (that is, 1, 2, 3...). Figures are typically reduced before publication and, therefore, clarity in the original submission is essential.



Manuscript Structure



The suggested sections of a typical manuscript and the order are as follows:


1.Title - 90 Characters Maximum, including spaces between words.

2.Authors' Names and Affiliations - First name, middle initial (if any), last name (given name first, followed by family name or surname). For affiliations, list the institution and department names in full (if applicable), city, state/province, postal code, and country (if not the United States).

3.Abstract - 250 Words Maximum Include on the first page of the manuscript with a concise statement of the principal findings and conclusions.

4.Keywords - 9 Keywords Maximum used for indexing and other information-retrieval purposes.

5.Body of Main Text: All headings and sub-headings should be numbered consecutively (i.e. 1.0, 1.1, 1.2.1...etc). Typical sections may include:


7.Research Significance-100 Words Maximum that identifies the significance and potential impact of the reported work on the state of the art or state of practice

8.Analytical/numerical investigation or procedure (this may involve development of models and/or modification/application of existing procedures)

9.Validation/verification of results

10.Discussion of results

11.Summary and/or conclusions

12.Acknowledgments - If the author(s) wishes to recognize any individuals, organizations, or agencies for assistance or support for the reported work.

13.List of Notations, Definitions, and Symbols - Should be provided on a separate page, if not given in the main text. Do not format notations as a table and do not place notations or symbols in text boxes.

14.References - List author's last name (surname); first name and middle name initials (for all authors); title of the paper; name of the publication or periodical; name of the publisher, (city) and country of publication (if not the United States); volume number; issue number; (month) and year of publication; and inclusive page numbers.

14.1.The list of references can be submitted in numerical or parenthetical format. Numerical references must be cited in sequential order throughout the body of the text, i.e., 1, 2, 3,...

14.2.Sample numerical references:

[1] Meia, A.; Brown, S.; and Florens, T., Studies of Modern Turbulence Modeling Approaches, Journal of Turbulence vol(21) 3, 2000, p. 36.