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International Seminar on Mineral Processing Technology 2016
A.Author1,*, B. Author2 and C.Author1
Dept. of Chem. Materials and metallurgical science, xyz University, India
Department of Metallurgical Engg. College of Engg, London, United Kingdom
*corresponding author(s): Email id
Abstract ID: Please include Abstract ID
Abstract should be of maximum 300 words. Please use “Times New Roman” font in size 12 with 1.5 line
spacing and fully justified alignment.
Keywords: At least five keywords should to be provided.
1. Introduction
In order to have a similar format for all manuscripts submitted to the MPT 2016, please use this
document, which is provided as a template for the full paper. The text should be submitted in MS- Word
format only. The maximum allowed size along with references is 6 pages inclusive of references and
figures. The text should be formatted in A4 format (210 mm x 297 mm), , with page margins of 15 mm
on the left and right sides, with single spacing, font “Times New Roman”, size “12”. Pages must not be
2. Equations, figures and tables
All equations should be marked with numbers on the right side, as follows:
ax + by + cz =0
A caption must be provided below each figure and table. Figures and tables must be numbered as shown
in the examples below (see figure 1 and table 1). Images in your document should be at least 600 dpi for
quality reproduction.
This is an example of a table.
Table 1: Example of table.
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*additional information, # additional information if any
This is an example of a Figure.
Figure 1: Schematic of experimental setup.
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American or non-European fonts (e.g. Asian fonts). Please therefore do not use Asian fonts, and verify
this by testing with a North American/European Acrobat reader (obtainable as above). Something as
minor as including a space or punctuation character in a two byte font can render a file unreadable.
5. References and Acknowledgements
References should appear at the end of the abstract. List citations alphabetically in the reference section.
As examples we cite the article by David et al. (1998) or the book by Batchelor (1967). If the citations
are in brackets please use this format (Fitt and Gonzalez, 2006). Your references should be published
materials accessible to the public. Internal technical reports may be cited only if they are easily accessible
(i.e., you provide the address for obtaining the report within your citation) and may be obtained by any
reader for a nominal fee. Proprietary information may not be cited. Private communications should be
acknowledged in the main text, not referenced (e.g., Robertson, personal communication).
Acknowledgements are optional and should be placed just before the references section.
We thank all contributors for their cooperation.
G. K. Batchelor. An Introduction to Fluid Dynamics. Cambridge University Press. 1967.
T. David, S. Smye, T. Dabbs, and T. James. A model for the fluid motion of vitreous humour of the
human eye during saccadic movement. Phys. Med. Biol., 43:1385-1399, 1998.
A. D. Fitt and G. Gonzalez. Fluid mechanics of the human eye: Aqueous humour in the anterior chamber.
Bull. Math. Biol., 68(1):53-71, 2006