Manuscript Template for the Journal of Operation and Automation in Power Engineering

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Journal of
Operation and Automation

in
Power

Engineering
,
V
ol. 1,
N
o. 1,
Feb

201
3


Manuscript Template for the
Journal of
Operation and
Automation in Power Engineering


A
uthor1
1
,
A
uthor2

2


1
Department

of Electrical Engineering
,
University of Mohaghegh Ardabili
,
Ardabil
,
Iran
.


2
Name of Institution/Department, City, Country
.


ABSTRACT

Basic guidelines for the preparation of a technical work for the
Journal of Operation and Automation in Power
Engineering

(J
OAPE
) are presented. This document is itself an example of the desired layout (inclusive of this
abstract) and can be used as a temp
late. The document contains information regarding desktop publishing
format, type sizes, and typefaces. Style rules are provided, which explain how to handle equations, units, figures,
tables, abbreviations, and acronyms. Sections are also devoted to the p
reparation of acknowledgments,
appendices and references. The abstract is limited to 2
0
0 words
.

It should concisely state what was done, how it
was done, why, and what is the primary result and its significance.

The abstract

cannot contain equations,
figur
es, tables, or references.


KEYWORDS:

At

least four key words or phrases in alphabetical order, separated by commas
.


1. INTRODUCTION


This document provides an example of the
desired layout for a
JOAPE

paper and can be
used as a template for Microsoft Word versions
2003 and 2007. It contains information
regarding desktop publishing format, type sizes,
and typefaces. Style rules are provi
ded to
explain how to handle equations, units, figures,
tables, abbreviations, and acronyms. Sections
are also devoted to the preparation of
appendixes, acknowledgments and references.
The suggested length of a regular paper would
be
7
~1
5

pages in this sty
le.


2.
PAPER SIZE AND FORMA
T

This section describes how to prepare each part
of the final manuscript more specifically

Each
paper size should be A4 and the following
margins should be set:




Submission date

:
**

,
**
. , 20
12

Acceptance date :
-

,
-

, 20
12

Corresponding author :
H
.

Shayeghi

(
E
-
mail:
hshayeghi@uma.ac.ir
)

Left margin

25

mm

Right margin

25

mm

Top margin

30

mm

Bottom margin

25

mm

Heading

1
5

mm


3.
FONTS AND STYLE

3.1. First part

All
fonts

must be in Time New Roman, and the
font size of the title, authors


name, abstract,
and keywords is bold 1
6
pt, bold 1
2
pt, 1
0
pt, and
1
0
pt, respectively.


3.2. Paper body

The second part consisting of the paper body
must be edited in double column format, with
each column
75

mm in width and separated by
10

mm. The t
op
-
level

heading, usually called
section and numbered in
Arabic
numerals, shall
appear centered on the column with Time New
Roman capital bold 1
1
pt. The numbered level
-
two heading must be shown in Time New
Roman
10

pt font. The main text uses Time
Journal of
Operation and Automation

in
Power

Engineering, Vol.
XX
,
N
o.
X
,
XXXX


2

New Roman
10
pt w
ith spacing

1.15
.
All
paragraphs should be indented 0.35 centimeter,
except for the first paragraph of each section.


3.3. Subsection

The numbering of the subsection should take
the above form
.


4.

FIGURE / TABLE / EQU
ATION

4.1. Figure

and table

Clear
original figures in black and white should
be used. When submitting the final version of
the paper upon the request of the Editor who
handles the paper, please submit the original
graphics file separately along

with the Word
file
.

Figure and Table captions

should be
9
-
point boldface Times New Roman ("Figure
Caption" style). Initially capitalize only the first
word of each figure caption and
T
able title.
Figures and
T
ables must be numbered
separately.

Large figures and
T
ables may span both
columns, but may n
ot extend into the page
margins. Arrange these one column figures and
tables at either top or end of a page, or at the
end of the paper right before the references.



h

i

+1

=(i+1)

R

cos





h

i

ground

u

v

u



v



z

0

y

0

x

0



3

h

i

=i

R

cos



P(

u,v)



m

O

5

disk

level plan


Fig.
1
.

The caption must be shown after the figure.


Table 1.

The caption must be shown
before

the table.


A

B

C

(1)

150 %

16.3 %

18.2 %

(2)

31.1 %

33.8 %

29.8 %

(3)

13.3 %

12.1 %

11.1 %


All figures and tables must appear near, but
not before, their first mention in the text. Use
the abbreviation "Fig. 1", even at the beginning
of a sentence.

Use words rather than symbols or
abbreviations when writing figure axis labels to
avoid confusing the reader.


4.
2
.
Equation

The equations should be numbered serially
throughout the paper. The equation number
should be located to the far right of the line

in
parenthesis
. Equations are shown left
aligned

on the column.

To make your equations more compact, you
may use the slash ( / ), the exp function, or
appropriate exponents. Italicize Roman symbols
for quantities and variables, but not Greek
symbols. Use
a long dash rather than a hyphen
for a minus sign. Use parentheses to avoid
ambiguities in denominators. Punctuate
equations when they are part of a sentence, as in

2
2 0
0
1
1 2 0
0
(,) [/(2 )]
exp( | | ) ( ) ( )
r
j i i
F r dr d r
z z J r J r d
   
    



  


(
1
).

Number equations consecutively with
equation numbers in pare
ntheses flush with the
right margin, as in (1). Be sure that the symbols
in your equation have been defined before the
equation appears or immediately following.
Italicize symbols (
T

might refer to temperature,
but T is the unit Tesla). Use Insert | Reference |
Caption to number equations. Refer to "(1),"
not "Eq. (1)" or "equation (1)," except at the
beginning of a sentence: "Equation (
2
) is ...".
Use two column tables to locate equa
tions and
their numbers properly in one line, as follows:

(
2
)

1 2 0
1 2
3
2
A
F B C A A A
J E
I I I A I AI I
Z Z

     


W
here
,

F
I

is the fault current. Be sure that
the border is off.


4.3. Abbreviations and
a
cronyms

Define abbreviations and acronyms the first
time they are used in the text, even after they
have been defined in the abstract. Abbreviations
such as IEEE, SI, MKS, CGS, sc, dc, and rms
do not have to be defined. Do not use
abbreviations in the title or heads unless they
are unavoidable.


Author 1
,
Author 2
: Manuscript Template




3

4.4.
Refere
nces and Citations

Number reference citations consecutively in
square brackets [1]. The sentence punctuation
follows the brackets [2]. Use commas for
multiple citations like this [3,4]. Refer simply to
the reference number, as in [3]. Do not use
"Ref. [3]"

or "reference [3]" except at the
beginning of a sentence: "Reference [3]
shows…".

List and number all bibliographical
references in
10
-
point Times at the end of your
paper ("REF" style).

Unless there are six authors or more give all
authors' names; do not

use "et al.". Papers that
have been accepted for publication should be
cited as "in press" [
4
]. Capitalize only the first
word in a paper title, except for proper nouns
and element symbols.

References should be complete in

JOAPE

style shown in the Reference section of this
article. An article should include vol., no.,
pages

and year
.


4.5. Some common mistakes

Be aware of these common mistakes:



The word "data" is plural, not singular.



The subscript for the permeability of
vacuum
µ
0
, and other common scientific
constants, is zero with subscript formatting,
not a lowercase letter "o".



In American English, commas, semi
-
/colons, periods, question and exclamation
marks are located within quotation marks
only when a complete thought or
name is
cited, such as a title or full quotation. When
quotation marks are used, instead of a bold
or italic typeface, to highlight a word or
phrase, punctuation should appear outside
of the quotation marks. A parenthetical
phrase or statement at the end o
f a sentence
is punctuated outside of the closing
parenthesis (like this). (A parenthetical
sentence is punctuated within the
parentheses.)



A graph within a graph is an "inset", not an
"insert". The word alternatively is preferred
to the word "alternately"

(unless you really
mean something that alternates).



Do not use the word "essentially" to mean
"approximately" or "effectively".



In your paper title, if the words "that uses"
can accurately replace the word "using",
capitalize the "u"; if not, keep using l
ower
-
cased.



Be aware of the different meanings of the
homophones "affect" and "effect",
"complement" and "compliment", "discreet"
and "discrete", "principal" and "principle".



Do not confuse "imply" and "infer".



The prefix "non" is not a word; it should be
joined to the word it modifies, usually
without a hyphen.



There is no period after the "et" in the Latin
abbreviation "et al.".



The abbreviation "i.e." means "that is", and
the abbreviation "e.g." means "for
example".


5
.
CONCLUSIONS

As outlined in the gen
eral Transactions/Journals
paper author’s guide, your complete submission
should include

a

hard copy plus any graphics
files and captions for figures, prepared as
required in
the

guide.


APPENDIX

Appendixes, if needed, appear before the
acknowledgment.
Subsections for this part also
should be numbered by alphabets.


ACKNOWLEDGMENT

The following is an example of an
acknowledgment. The author gratefully
acknowledges the
JOAEE journal editorial
board for their work

on the original version of
this document.


REFERENCES

[1]

K. S. H
ong

and C. S. Kim, “Linear stable sys
-
tems,”
IEEE Trans.
on
Evolutionary
Computation
, vol. 33, no. 3, pp. 1234
-
1245,
1993.


[2]

Z. Shiler
, S. Filter,

and S. Dubowski, “Time
optimal paths and acceleration lines of robotic
manipulators,”
Proc. of the 26
th

Conf.
on
Journal of
Operation and Automation

in
Power

Engineering, Vol.
XX
,
N
o.
X
,
XXXX


4

Decision and Control
,

pp. 98
-
99, 1987.

[3]

H. Shayeghi and A. Safari,

Title of paper with
only first word capitalized,


Journal of
Operation and Automation in Power
Engineering,

in press.

[4]

M. Young,
The Technical Writer’s Handbook
,
M
ill Valley, Seoul, 1989.