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Manuscript Preparation Instructions for Publishing in Computer

Modeling in Engineering and Sciences (CMES)


S.N. Atluri
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and K.. !athe
2
Abstract This document summarizes the instructions to authors for typesetting their
papers for publishing in Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences (CMES). All
authors are requested to adhere to these instructions in order to a!oid delays in the
typesetting phase once the paper is accepted for publication. This short document can be
!ie"ed as a sample paper# and "ill assist the authors in manuscript$preparation.
Ke"#ords% Manuscript preparation typeset format CMES.
$ %"pesetting soft#are
Authors are requested to submit electronic !ersions of their manuscripts in order to
facilitate an accurate typesetting once the papers are accepted for publication.
Manuscripts must be submitted in a medium "hich is accessible under Microsoft
&indo"s such as '.() floppy dis*ettes in +C format C,$- or .ip dis*s in +C format.
Manuscripts "hich are typeset using either /aTe0 or Microsoft &ord are acceptable.
Authors are encouraged to use either the customized /aTe0 macro or the template for
Microsoft &ord both of "hich can be do"n$loaded from the "eb$site%
http%11""".techscience.com1cmes1 to prepare the final !ersion of their manuscripts.
Authors are requested to submit the manuscript in /aTe0 source files (including the non$
standard macro pac*ages used) or in a &ord ,ocument 2ormat to facilitate tyepsetting.
Authors are also encouraged to submit a copy of manuscript in either postscript format or
in +,2 format along "ith the source files for the manuscript for proof reading purposes.
Authors may elect to submit t"o !ersions of their manuscript one for the printed !ersion
of CMES and the other for the on$line !ersion of CMES. 3llustrations in colour may be
used only in the on$line !ersion of CMES.
& 'rgani(ation of a paper
A paper for publication in CMES must contain a title names
and affiliations of the authors a list of *ey"ords a brief abstract at the beginning of the
main body a conclusion section at the end of main body and a list of references that
follo"s the conclusion section.
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3n the main body of the paper three different le!els of headings (for sections
subsections and subsubsections) may be used. The typesetting style for these headings is
presented in the ne0t section.
) %e*t la"out
The paper must be in a t"o$column format. The te0t should be placed in an area that is
488.9 mm (8:) in "idth and 669.; mm (<:) mm in height. The "idth of each column is
98.' mm lea!ing '.6 mm (=.46(:) space bet"een the t"o columns.
5se Times 4= point size single spacing e0cept for the heading as outlined belo". 5se
ne" roman type throughout e0cept for some mathematical symbols etc.
The title of the paper should be in bold Times 4> point size at the top of the document as
illustrated. This should be follo"ed by all the authors? names. Affiliations of the authors
should be presented as footnotes. 2ootnotes should be numbered consecuti!ely in arabic
numbers. The inde0 of the footnotes in superscript should be placed in the upper$right
corner of the "ord that is to be annotated. @ere is an e0ample
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. The title and the authors?
names should be centered in the document.
3.1 Headings
The first section should be labeled Abstract# and should contain a brief description of the
contents of the paper. The section of abstract should not be numbered. Subsequent
sections should be numbered consecuti!ely in arabic numbers starting from 4.
/e!el one headings for sections should be in bold# and be flushed to the left. /e!el one
heading should be numbered using arabic numbers such as 4 6 A.
/e!el t"o headings for subsections should be in bold$italic# and be flushed to the left.
/e!el t"o headings should be numbered after the le!el one heading. 2or e0ample the
second le!el t"o heading under the third le!el one heading should be numbered as '.6.
/e!el three headings should be in italic# and be flushed to the left. Similarly the le!el
three headings should be numbered after the le!el t"o headings such as '.6.4 '.6.6 etc.
3.2 Equations and mathematical expressions
T"o different types of styles can be used for equations and mathematical e0pressions.
They are% in$line style and display style.
3.2.1 In-line style
3n$line equations1e0pressions are embedded in paragraphs of the te0t. 2or e0ample
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mc E = . 3n$line equations should not be numbered .
3.2.2 Display style
Equations in display format are separated from the paragraphs of te0t. They should be
flushed to the left margin of the column. These equations should be numbered
consecuti!ely using arabic numbers. See Eq.4 for an e0ample.
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mc E = (4)
3.3 Figures
2igures (diagrams and photographs) should also be numbered consecuti!ely using arabic
numbers. They should be placed in the te0t soon after the point "here they are
referenced. 2igures should be centered in a column# and should ha!e a figure caption
placed underneath. Captions should be centered in the column in the format BB+igure $.
The te0t caption ACC "here the number of the figure follo"s the *ey "ord +igure
follo"ed by the te0t caption. 3llustrations must be submitted in digital format "ith a
good resolution. See 2ig. 4.
3.4 Tables
Tables should also be numbered consecuti!ely using arabic numbers. They should be
placed in the te0t soon after the point "here they are referenced. Tables should be
centered in a column and should ha!e a table caption placed abo!e. Captions should
centered in the column in the format BB%able $. The te0t caption ACC "here the number
of the
+igure $, Some functions of x
Table follo"s the *ey "ord %able follo"ed by the te0t caption. See Tab. 4.
%able $, Table caption
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44 46 4'
64 66 6'
- Citations
The author$year format of citation must be used for the references. 2or e0ample see
Atluri and Da*aga*i(4<9;). +lease cite all the authorsC names# please a!oid the use of )et
al). Do citation to the page number should be used. Citation to the figures should be in
the format of 2ig. 4. Citation to the tables should be in the format of Tab. 4
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. /eferences
All references should be listed at the end of the paper EAtluri and .hu (4<<9)#Atluri @an
and Shen (6==')F. The names of the authors should be in bold "ith the last name(s) first.
The year in "hich the paper is published follo"s the name(s) of the author(s). Gournal
and boo* titles should be in italic EAtluri (6==>)F.
Ac0no#ledgement Add an ac*no"ledgement "hen appropriate.
/eferences,
Atluri1 S. N. (6==>)% The Meshless Local Petrov-Galerkin MLPG! Metho". Tech.
Science +ress.
Atluri1 S. N.2 3an1 4.2 Shen1 S. (6==')% Meshless /ocal +atro!$Haler*in (M/+H)
approaches for "ea*lysingular traction I displacement boundary integral equations.
#ME$% #omp&ter Mo"elin' in En'ineerin' ( $ciences !ol. > no. ( pp. (=8J(48.
Atluri1 S. N.2 4hu1 %. (4<<9)% A ne" meshless local +etro!$Haler*in (M/+H) approach
in computational mechanics. #omp&t. Mech. !ol. 66 pp. 448J468.
Appendi* A E*ample of appendi*
Submit your paper to http%11submission.techscience.com
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