Instructions to Authors for the Formatting of CVFM2011 Papers

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EUROMECH 529
-

CARDIOVASCULAR FLUID MECHANICS

from theoretical aspects to diagnostic and therapeutic support
-

CVFM2011

27
-
29 June 2011, Faculty of En
gineering
-

University of Cagliari


Instructions to Authors for the Formatting of CVFM2011 Papers


L.K. Thomas
1
, J.L. Sanchez
2

and J.H. Freeman
1


1
Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Newport, NY 5005, Greenland

LKThomas@newport.edu


2
Department of Mechanical Engineering
, The University of Sevilla, 7009, Spain


ABSTRACT


Papers must begin with a brief and concise abstract.


1. INTRODUCTION



All papers submitted to the EUROMECH 529
-

Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics have to be formatted in
accordance with these instruction
s. This
Microsoft
-
Word
version of the document serves as a template.


Submitted papers that do not follow this formatting style will
not

be published.


2. PROCEEDINGS


Proceedings of the EUROMECH 529
-

Cardiovascular Fluid
Mechanics will be available to
registered participants.


3. SUBMISSION


Papers submitted and published will only be accepted in
Adobe PDF format with embedded fonts. Aim to have a file
size no larger than
4 megabytes. Do not include page numbers
in the final manuscript. The
Adobe
PD
F file must be named
CVFM2011
-
XXXX.pdf
, where XXXX is the paper number
assigned to your paper.


4. FORMAT


All papers must adhere to the specified format.


4.1 Length of paper

Offered papers should not exceed four (4) pages. Papers that
exceed the four
-
pa
ge limit will not be published.



4.2 Main text

The main text of the paper is in a Times Roman font with a
font size of 9 points. The main text is justified. There is a
blank line between paragraphs. The first word in a paragraph
is not indented.


4.3
Sections

All sections and subsections except the Abstract and
References are numbered. Section titles are in boldface
CAPITAL 10
-
point Times Roman font. Sub
-
sections are
numbered in the style 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, etc. Subsection titles are in
italicised Titlec
ase 9
-
point Times Roman font.



4.4 Title and list of authors

The title is in a 14
-
point boldface Arial or Helvetica font. It
should be in lower case. The first letter of a major word should
be in upper case.

The names of each author should be in a 10
-
point boldface
Arial or Helvetica font. Numbered superscripts indicating
authors’ affiliations should be indicated above the respective
authors’ names. The authors’ affiliations are also in 10
-
point
Arial or Helvetica font, and include the institution, po
st
-
code
and country. Include the respective numbered superscript of
the authors’ institution at the front of the institution by
-
line.
If all authors are from the same institution, superscripts are not
needed. Only the email address of the first author
is required.


5. FIGURES AND TABLES


Figures and tables are centred in the column of text. Neither
should fall outside the normal printed area of the page, which
is 170 mm wide by 248 mm high. Text in tables and figures
should be no smaller than font siz
e 8. Figures and tables are
sequentially numbered and labelled. Figure and table caption
tags (e.g. “
Figure 1
”) are in a 9
-
point
boldface

Arial or
Helvetica font while captions are in a 9
-
point Arial or
Helvetica font. If the caption is a single line, t
hen it should be
centred (see Table 1). If the caption is more than one line
long, then it should be justified. Figure 1 and Table 1 are
provided as examples. Although colour can be used in tables
and figures, it is strongly encouraged, where possible,
to
ensure that details are clear in black and white copies.




Figure 1
. This figure is centred. The caption is justified,
not centred because it is more than one line long.


R
θ

U


(mm/s)

δ (mm)

2200

442

64


Table 1
. The table and caption are centred.


6. EQUATIONS



All equations (mathematical and chemical) should be centred.
If an equation is numbered, the number should be flush against
the right margin. Some care should be

taken in ensuring that
long mathematical expressions are split correctly over lines, as
in










0
2
2
0
~
dt
x
x
φ
θ
θ
2
π
λ
=
Γ
j







]
sin
cos
[
2
1
x
B
x
A
n
n
k
n
n
n






(1)


If necessary use “times” (

) at the end of a line to indicate
multiplication is to be carried over to the next line.


7. MISCELLANEOUS




Use a hyphen (
-
) for compound words (three
-
dimensional), to link numbers, nouns or names (e.g.
Navier
-
Stokes, pages 27
-
85, etc).




Use quotation

marks correctly, as in “correct”
not
”incorrect”.




Abbreviations and acronyms should be defined when
used the first time, e.g. PIV (Particle Image
Velocimetry).




Try to avoid isolated lines of text where, for example, a
paragraph spills over a page. Often

a slight rewording
resolves the problem.




Avoid wasted white space around figures or a last page
that is almost empty.




Do not use footnotes.


8. FORMAT OF REFERENCES


References should be listed at the end of the paper in
alphabetical order (by first au
thor) and are formatted as shown
by the examples at the end of this document. They may be
cited by reference numbers or by author(s) with reference
numbers. For example, you can use “Wong
et al.

[3]” or just
“[3]”. Quinn and Militzer [1] is a journal arti
cle, [2] is a thesis,
[3] is a paper from a conference proceeding, [4] is a chapter
from a book and [5] is a book.

Journal titles, conference
names and book names should be italicised and should not be
abbreviated.


9. CONCLUSIONS


The conclusions section

should contain a brief summary.


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS


This template was provided by the CFVM2011 orgainising
committee and is adapted from the PIV09 template written by
J. Soria.


REFERENCES


[1] Quinn W.R. & Militzer J. (1989) Effects of non
-
parallel
exit f
low on round turbulent free jet.
International
Journal of Fluid Flow
,
10(2)
, 139
-
145
.


[2] Wong, C.Y (2004) The flow within and in the near
external field of a fluidic precessing jet nozzle,
Ph.D.

Thesis,

Department of Mechanical Engineering, The
Univers
ity of Adelaide.


[3] Wong, C.Y., Nathan G.J. & Kelso R.M. (2002) Velocity
measurements in the near
-
field of a fluidic precessing jet
flow using PIV and LDA. In, editor McIntyre T.,
Proc.
3
rd

Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid
Mechanics a
nd Combustion
, The University of
Queensland, Australia, 48
-
55, 2
-
3 December.


[4] Smith, C. R., Seal, C. V., Praisner, T. J. and Sabatyino, D.
R. (2000) Hydrogen Bubble Visualization in
Flow
Visualization
, editors T. T. Lim and A. J. Smits, Imperial
Colle
ge Press, 27
-
42.


[5] Lamb, H. (1906)
Hydrodynamics
, 3rd Edition, Cambridge
University Press.