First International Symposium on Marine Propulsors smp’09, Trondheim, Norway, June 2009 smp’09 Symposium Publications Format Kourosh Koushan1, Sverre Steen2 1 Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute (MARINTEK), Trondheim, Norway 2 Department of Marine Technology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway ABSTRACT the instructions given in this template (not necessarily the Preparing a manuscript for delivery in Acrobat pdf format. template itself). Manuscripts must be prepared in English and must consist The Symposium Proceedings will be prepared from the of: title, full names of all authors, affiliation(s), abstract, pdf documents you submit. There will be no opportunity keywords, text, reference, tables and figures. The for corrections after submission. The responsibility for the manuscript generally should not exceed eight pages. The appearance of his/her paper remains to the Authors. 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We recommend the following affiliations, Name of the 2 PAGE SIZE AND COLUMNS institute, City, State/Province, Country, do not add street Manuscript should be prepared on one side of A4 paper names, P.O. Box numbers or zip codes to the affiliations. with two columns. All material on each page should fit 3.3 Abstract and Keywords within a rectangle of 17.0 cm x 25.0 cm, centered on A4 Every submission should begin with an abstract of about page, with a 0.5 cm space between two 8.25 cm columns. 200 words, followed by a set of keywords. The abstract The margin settings are: Top: 2.0 cm; Bottom: 2.7 cm; and keywords should be placed in the left column of the Left: 2.0 cm; Right: 2.0 cm. first page. The abstract should be a concise statement of 3 TYPESET TEXT the problem, approach, findings, and conclusions of the Submit your paper in pdf format. Make sure that the work described. security settings in the pdf allow printing and changing of 3.5 Subsequent Pages the document. The possibility for changing is solely for For pages other than the first page, start at the top of the the purpose of adding page numbers. You might use any page, and continue in double-column format. The two word processing or typesetting program to prepare the columns on the last page should be of equal length. pdf. The symposium provides Latex and Microsoft Word templates for your convenience. If there is doubt, follow 3.6 Notes 4.1.1 Subsubsections These should be avoided. Insert the information in the The heading for subsubsections should be in Arial 9-point text. In tables the following reference marks should be italic with initial letters capitalized. used: *, **, etc. and the actual footnotes are set directly 5 FIGURES/TABLES AND CAPTIONS underneath the table. Figures and tables should be numbered sequentially in the 3.7 References and Citations order cited in the text and legends of the figures must be References should be cited in the text with names (without placed at proper locations in the text. Figures and tables initials) and year written inside parentheses, e.g., "(Atlar should appear on appropriate pages and legends should 2004) ", "(Brewer et al 2004) " and "(Choi & Kinnas appear at the bottom of the sheet. Colorful figures are 2001) " , or with the year inside parentheses when names permitted in proceedings CD but only black and white appear explicitly in the text, e.g. "by Brewer et al(2004)." figures are available in printed proceedings. Offering At the end of the manuscript, list all references in original of photos is suggested for ensuring the quality of alphabetical order underneath the heading REFERENCES the photos in proceedings. Captions should be Times New (Heading without number tag). The references should be Roman 9-point bold. They should be numbered (e.g., typed in the same style of the body text (Times Roman 10- “Table 1” or “Figure 2”). Captions of the figures should point and 12-point line spacing) and second and further be placed below the appropriate figure, and captions of lines should be indented 4.0 mm. If several works by the the table should be placed at the top of the table. same author are cited, entries should be chronological: Footnotes may follow tables for further information. Larch, A.A. (1996a). Development ... 6 EQUATIONS Larch, A.A. (1996b). Facilities ... Use the equation editor of the selected word processing program. Equations are centered at each column. Number Larch, A.A. (1997). Computer ... equations consecutively and place the number at the end Larch, A.A. & Jensen, M.C. (1996). Effects of ... of the line, between parentheses. Refer to equations by Larch, A.A. & Smith, B.P. (1993). Alpine ... these numbers. See for example Equation (1) below: 4 In bibliographies the order for books and journals are R2 (1) Kt 1 k1 respectively: ca v tan Last name, First name or Initials (ed.) (year). Book title. Where ca = interface adhesion; δ = friction angle at City: Publisher. interface; and k1 = shear stiffness number. Last name, First name or Initials (year). ‘Title of REFERENCES article’. Title of Journal (series number if necessary) volume number (issue number if necessary): page Atlar, M. (ed.) (2004). First International Conference on numbers. Technological Advances in Podded Propulsion. The book title and Journal (Proceedings) title are School of Marine Science and Technology, University underlined. See the examples of references at the end of of Newcastle, UK. this article. References should be published materials Brewer, W. H., Newman, J. C., Burgreen, G. W. & Burg, accessible to the public. Internal technical reports, C. O. E. (2003). ‘A Design Method for Investigating proprietary information may not be cited. Private Cavitation Delay’. Proceedings of the 8th communications should be acknowledged, not referenced International Conference on Numerical Ship (e.g., “[Robertson, personal communication]”). Hydrodynamics, Busan, Korea. 3.8 Page Numbering Choi, J.-K. & Kinnas, S. A. (2001). ‘Prediction of Do not include page numbers in your submission. It will Nonaxisymmetric Effective Wake by a 3-D Euler be added when the publications are assembled. Solver’. Journal of Ship Research 45(1), pp.13-33. 4 SECTIONS Gibson, I. & Lewis, R. I. (1973). ‘Ducted propeller The heading of a section should be in Arial 9-point bold analysis by surface vorticity and actuator disk theory'. in all-capitals. Sections should be numbered. Proceedings of the Symposium on Ducted Propeller, RINA, Teddington, England. 4.1 Subsections Kerwin, J. E., Kinnas, S. A., Lee, J.-T. & Shih, W.-Z. The heading of subsections should be in Arial 9-point (1987). ‘A surface panel method for the hydrodynamic bold with only the initial letters capitalized. (Note: For analysis of ducted propellers’, Transactions of Society sub-sections and subsubsections, a word like the or a is of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers 95. not capitalized unless it is the first word of the header) White, F. (1986). Fluid Mechanics. 2nd ed. Mcgraw- Hill Book Company.
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