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European Conference „BURIED FLEXIBLE ST
EEL STRUCTURES”




Rydzyna 23
-
24.04.2012





TITLE

OF THE PAPER



Name

SURNAME
*,
Name SURNAME
**

*)
scientific title, affiliation,
,
addres

**)
scientific title, affiliation,,
addres


TITLE OF THE PAPER


Sumary must be presented prior to main text (8
-
10 lines, font size 10
pt
).

T
he
format

of
your
p
aper can be obtained by overwriting on this
template
.

Ready papers to be u
p
loaded
through conference page
www.conference
-
flexiblestructures.com

or e
-
mail
ed

to:

secr
e-
tariat@conference
-
flexiblestructures.com


Issues not addressed here
inafter

can be clear
i-
fied through conta
c
t with Se
c
retariat of the Conference.

Paper should be pr
e
pared in
English.


Key words:

(11
pt
): (
maximum

2
l
ines
)



1.
GENERAL RULES


Text must be prepared in Word for
W
indows

in
Times New Roman

fonts
.
H
e
ight of fonts:

Paper t
itle 13 p
t.
(bold),
name of authors
11 pt.,
affiliation
,
su
m
mary
,

subtitles under drawings,

tables and subnotes

10

pt
.,
he
a
d
ers

9

pkt.,
ma
in text

11

pt.
Subnotes
1

must be marked with numbers
.

The beginning of a paragraph will
hav
e

10 mm

offset, with exce
ption of
the first one in a chap
ter

o
r subchapter. Print column is s
e
t

to

126

mm

x

200

mm.
On A4 format it gives foll
o
w
ing margines
:
top

56

mm,
bo
t-
tom

50 mm
, left

42 mm,
right

42

mm,
header and footnote

each

47 mm.
The
paper should con
t
a
in all necessary drawings and tables, etc.




2. CHAPTER TITLES





1

Footnote

2

First Name and Surname, Firs
t Name and Surname


Chap
ter titles are preceded with two blank lines
,
numbered are written with
cap
i
tal letters

(
12 p
t.
bold),
starting from left margin and followed by one blank
line.


2.1
Subchapters titiles

are preceded by one blank line

and written with small letters
(12 p
t.
, bold
).
The
text follows in the next line.


2.2 As headings


at even pages Authors names s
hould be used
,
at odd pages

the paper name or
part of it is overwritten on
“Instruction for Authors”

(
one line
).



3. FORMULAE
/ EQUATIONS


Formulae
are written with help of

Microsoft” equation editor

or compatibil
e
,
leaving before and after 6 p
t
space
.
Eq
uations to be numbered
a
t right hand side
,
first

digit in accordance with chap
t
e
r number eg.

3.x

2
d
x
A
I y A



(3.1)

Recommendations for writing physical and mathematical text according
to the inter
national ISO standards (see i.e. ISO Standar
ds Handbook
Quantities and units, UDC 389.15, printed in Switzerland 1993).



Quantities are usually printed in italic type i.e.:
x, a, e, C, F,



(a
quantity called pi, not recommended for use, but in principle)



Units are printed in Roman style m, kN, MPa, % (observe that % could be consi
d-
ered a unit 0,01). There should always be a space between the numerical value and
the unit (the space i
s instead of a sign for multiplication)



Numerical values are printed in Roman style



style
roman
style
roman
unit
value
numerical_














italic
Quantity

Examples


= 5,1 MPa;
p

= 5 % ;

Instruction for Authors

3




Mathematical operators are usually printed in roman type
i.e. sin, d,


(differentiation)
,



Ⱐ⡰椠


3,14159…), e base
of the natural logarithm, i =
1

, …

Examples
;
d
d
)
,
(
x
y
y
x
f

;
)
,
(
x
y
y
x
f





x
y
x
g
y
x
f
d
)
,
(
π
)
,
(
;
x
sin
;
Observe that the mathe
ma
tical opera
tors d and


are writ
ten in roman
style.



A subscript that represents a symbol for a physical quantity is printed in italic style.
Other sub
scripts are printed in roman style i.e.:


Upright subscripts

Sloping (italic) subscripts

C
g

(g: gas)

C
p

(
p

pressure, a quantity)

f
cc

(cc: concrete compression)

p
x

(
x: x
-

coordinate)


x
ik

(
i
,

k
: running numbers

Observe the difference between the signs
-



― (break sign, minus sign
(the length of the minus sign should be the same as for the + sign), dash),
i.e. 10

10

A consequence of the SI principal for units is that

style
roman
style
roman
unit
value
numerical_












italic
Quantity



;
In a diagram is almost always
shown numerical values. A conseq
uence of this is the way units should be
displayed in a diagram, see Figure 1.

4

First Name and Surname, Firs
t Name and Surname


f
s
/MPa
l
/m

Figure 1

What are displayed in most diagrams are numerical values (
quant
i-
ties
/units).



All symbols are to be described and explained.




4.

DRAWING
S/PICTURES AND TABLES


are to be included into the text
.
All drawings
/pictures

should be clear, and ce
a
r
i-
ly ma
r
ked with subtitles as follows:



Figure

1
.
General view


Number and name of a table must be given over it, e
.
g.


Table 1.

Test results



5. REFERENCES


are to be
laid out

in a sequence of citing
or

alphabetical order

as show
n

b
e
low
,
giving
an
exact bibliographic data
.


REFERENCES



Name I., Name I., (1996):
Title of book
, Place, Editor.

Name I., Name I., (1997): Title of wor
k,
Title of magazine/proceedings
,
18
, 2
(1997) p.38
-
43.