INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PREPARATION AND FORMAT
OF A CAMERA-READY PAPER: SIXTH INTERNATIONAL
CONFERENCE
ON
 

UNCONVENTIONAL ELECTROMECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
ALUSHTA, THE CRIMEA, UKRAINE, SEPTEMBER 24-29, 2004

*** Only on the 1st page, please leave a free field for organizers: 4 cm from the top margin ***
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NAME & SURNAME OF THE AUTHOR(S) [12pt]
Affiliation, address [12pt]
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TITLE OF THE PAPER
[14 pt Bold, centred]
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Key words: Here 5 - 8 key words should be presented. [12pt]
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Abstract: Should include only the main information about the content. It should not exceed
8 - 10 lines with a single indentation. [11 pt]
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1. HEADINGS [12 pt Bold, in capitals]
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_ __ __The language of papers is English. The full text should contain an even number of pages (four or six). The paper should be prepared and printed in one column format on A4 size paper (297 x 210 mm). Typing is to be single spaced, left and right justified, and as close as possible to the fonts used in Table 1. An empty line should separate chapters, figures and tables. Headings should be presented as given in this instruction. The first line of each paragraph should be indented by 1.25 cm. No full stop should be put at the end of a heading when written in capitals. No single letter or conjunction should be left at the end of a line. Numbering of pages will be done by the publisher. Authors should write the number of each page at its back (by pencil in the right top corner). The text should be printed in laser quality (300 dots/in or better) on a high quality white sheets paper. Each contribution should be supplied in 2 paper copies and, in addition, on a diskette or e-mail. Note that failure to comply with the requests of the instructions may result in your paper being omitted from reviewing and publication in the Conference Proceedings.
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1.1. Subheadings [12 pt Bold]
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Leave a 6 pt spacing between the subheading and the text it is applying to.
Required page parameters:
First page: top margin 6 cm, left margin 2.5 cm, right margin 2.5 cm, bottom margin 3 cm;
Next pages: top margin 2 cm, left margin 2.5 cm, right margin 2.5 cm, bottom margin 3 cm.
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2. FIGURES AND TABLES

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..............The table caption should be typed above the table, and that of a figure beneath the figure. In both cases the caption should be typed single spaced flush to left-hand and right-hand sides of the table (figure) with its last line being centred. A one line caption should be centred. Figures up to 90 mm wide should be wrapped around by the text. Use the abbreviation "Fig. 1". Around the contour of the figure should be a free field up to 7 mm wide. Avoid placing figures and tables before their first mentioning in text.
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TABLE 1. Required font parameters

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Title of the paper
Abstract, references, tables and figure captions
Heading
Subheading

Text of the paper
TIMES NEW ROMAN, 14 PT BOLD, CAPITAL
Times New Roman, 11 pt
TIMES NEW ROMAN, 12 PT BOLD, CAPITAL
Times New Roman, 12 pt Bold
Times New Roman, 12 pt
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3. EQUATIONS
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..............Number equations consecutively with equation numbers in parentheses flush with the right-hand margin, as in (1):
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Ua = Ub = Uc = I•R ............. .... ................................................(1)
(an editor of equations to be used!)
...............Be sure that the symbols in the equation have been defined before the equation appears or immediately following. Use "(1)", not "Eq. (1)" or "equation (1)", except at the beginning of a sentence: "Equation (1) is...".
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4. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
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................In this place, the authors gratefully acknowledge the contributions (scientific and financial) of various persons and institutions. [12 pt].For example:
Financial backing: Polish State Committee for Scientific Research Grant No. 108/E-364/BW/97
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5. REFERENCES [12pt Bold]
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............References should be collected at the end of the paper. The system in which they should be numbered is shown below [11 pt]:
1. Yamamura S. Theory of linear induction motors (2nd ed.). University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo, 1978.
2. Gieras J.F. Electrodynamic forces in electromagnetic levitation systems. Acta Technica CSAV, 1982, No. 5, pp. 532 - 545.
3. Afonin A., Szymczak P., Bobako S. Linear drives with controlled current layer. Proc. First Int. Symp. on Linear Drives for Industry Applications LDIA'95. Japan, 31 May - 2 June 1995,
pp. 275 - 278.