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    PUT THE TITLE OF YOUR PAPER HERE

    THESE TWO LINES

    STND1 AUTHOR NAME 2 AUTHOR NAME

    Affiliation Affiliation

    RDTH3 AUTHOR NAME 4 AUTHOR NAME

    Affiliation Affiliation

    THTH5 AUTHOR NAME 6 AUTHOR NAME

    Affiliation Affiliation

    ABSTRACT

    The abstract of a paper gets centered in a smaller column width at the

    beginning of the paper. This column is 4 in. wide, with a .25 in. indent on either

    side. This abstract should be no more than 120 words. The abstract of a paper

    gets centered in a smaller column width at the beginning of the paper. This

    column is 4 in. wide, with a .25 in. indent on either side. This abstract should

    be no more than 120 words. The abstract of a paper gets centered in a smaller

    column width at the beginning of the paper. This column is 4 in. wide, with

    a .25 in. indent on either side. This abstract should be no more than 120 words.

    The abstract of a paper gets centered in a smaller column width at the

    beginning of the paper. This column is 4 in. wide, with a .25 in. indent on either

    side. This abstract should be no more than 120 words.

    INTRODUCTION

    The manuscript length must not exceed 8 pages.

Subheading Figures

    All figures must be numbered and have a caption. Figures should be numbered by the order of appearance, e.g., Figure 1. Figures should be referred to in text as ―as in Fig. 1,‖ ―(See Fig. 9.),‖ or ―. . . (see Fig. 6).‖ All figures

    should be referenced in the text and placed near where they are referenced. All figures should be proportionately sized. Callouts in sized figures should not be smaller than 6 pt. Any required credit statements or acknowledgments should be included as subcaptions. The word ―Figure‖ at the beginning of a sentence should be spelled out, but abbreviated Fig. elsewhere. Figures should be ―print-

    quality.‖

Subheading Tables

    All tables must be numbered and have a caption. Tables should be numbered by the order of appearance, e.g., Table 1. Tables should be referred to in text as ―as in Table 1,‖ ―(See Table 1.),‖ or ―. . . (see Table 7).‖ Tables should be placed in text as close to first reference as possible. All tables should be

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    proportionately sized. Any required credit statements or acknowledgments should be included as subcaptions. Tables should be ―print-quality.‖

Subheading References

    References are acknowledgments of other works used in the creation of another work. Within the text, references should be cited in numerical order according to their order of appearance. The numbered reference citation should be enclosed in brackets. Example: It was shown by Prusa [1] that the width of the plume decreases under these conditions.

    In the case of two citations, the numbers should be separated by a comma [1, 2]. In the case of more than two reference citations, the numbers should be separated by a dash [5-7].

    References to original sources for cited material should be listed together at the end of the manuscript; footnotes should not be used for this purpose. References should be arranged in numerical order according to their order of appearance within the text.

    References to journal articles, papers in conference proceedings, or any other collection of works by numerous authors should include:

    • last name of each author followed by their initials

    • year of publication

    • full title of the cited article

    • full name of the publication in which it appeared

    • volume number (if any) in boldface (Do not include the

    abbreviation "Vol." within the reference.)

    • inclusive page numbers of the cited article

    References to textbooks, monographs, theses, and technical reports should include:

    • last name of each author followed by their initials

    • year of publication

    • full title of the publication (in italic or underlined)

    • publisher

    • city of publication

    In all cases, the titles of books, periodicals, and conference proceedings should be underlined or in italics. A sample list of references follows. Note that there is a period at the end of ―et al.‖

    CONCLUSIONS

    Put conclusions here.

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

    Put acknowledgements here.

    NOMENCLATURE

    Put nomenclature here. Tab stop is set to .25 in.

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    REFERENCES

    [1] Kwon, O. K., and Pletcher, R. H., 1981, ―Prediction of the Incompressible Flow Over a

    Rearward-Facing Step,‖ Technical Report HTL-26, CFD-4, Iowa State Univ., Ames, IA. [2] Lee, Y., Korpela, S. A., and Horne, R. N., 1982, ―Structure of Multi-Cellular Natural Convection

    in a Tall Vertical Annulus,‖ Proceedings, 7th International Heat Transfer Conference, U.

    Grigul et al., eds., Hemisphere Publishing Corp., Washington, D.C., Vol. 2, pp. 221-226. [3] Sparrow, E. M., 1980a, ―Fluid-to-Fluid Conjugate Heat Transfer for a Vertical Pipe Internal

    Forced Convection and External Natural Convection,‖ ASME Journal of Heat Transfer, 102,

    pp. 402407. [4] Sparrow, E. M., 1980b, ―Forced-Convection Heat Transfer in a Duct Having Spanwise-Periodic

    Rectangular Protuberances,‖ Numerical Heat Transfer, 3, pp. 149167.

    [5] Tung, C. Y., 1982, ―Evaporative Heat Transfer in the Contact Line of a Mixture,‖ Ph.D. thesis, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY.

    [6] Amon, A., Jr., 1995, Electronic Packaging, John Wiley and Sons, New York.

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