STYLE NOTES FOR AUTHORS for preparation of Abstract
May 24-27, 2016 - Padova (Italy)
INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS
Researchers and engineers interested to contribute are requested to submit one-page abstract written in English, including preliminary results. The abstract should contain: a) topic(s) for which the paper is being submitted; b) title of paper; c) name(s) and affiliation of the Author(s), full address, d) telephone, fax number and e-mail address of the Corresponding Author; e) main text of the abstract.
Use Times New Roman font and 10-point type; single space; top and bottom margins of 2,5 cm, left and right margins of 3 cm (A4 format).
Abstracts should be sent via e-mail (both in .doc and .pdf format) to:
Abstract (.doc and .pdf) should be send by e-mail by
September 30, 2015
Abstract must be written in English
LIST OF TOPIC a.
Heating of metal billets, strips and wires b.
Heat treatments of metals c.
Melting of metals d.
MHD problems in metallurgical processes e.
EM stirring, casting, shaping, forming, levitation f.
Modelling for electromagnetic processing g.
Modern power supply h.
Microwaves and RF Modelling and Processing i.
Processes for new and innovative products j.
Biomedical Applications k.
Food Industry Applications l.
Sensors and actuators in electroheat processes m.
Optimization and process control
UNITS AND SYMBOLS
The use of SI units is required. Symbols used in equations should be explained directly below the equation in which they first appear.
References should be listed at the end of the paper in numerical order by text citation. In the text, reference citations should be by reference number, typed on the line and enclosed in square brackets. Journal references should include: each author's surname and initials, year of publication between brackets, title of the article
(where applicable), abbreviated journal title (underlined or preferably italic), volume number and page numbers.
References to books should include: each author's surname and initials, year of publication in brackets, name of book and editor (underlined or preferably italic), place of publication.
References to multi-author works should include: each author's surname and initials, year of publication in brackets, the title of the chapter (where applicable); "In": followed by the name of the book (underlined or preferably italic), initials and surname(s) of the editor(s) in brackets, volume and page number and place of publication.
The references should appear in the following form:
 Thorton, E.A., Wieting, A.R. (1980). Evaluating of finite-element formulation for transient conduction forced-convection analysis. Numerical Heat Transfer, 3, 281-295.
 Mecholsky, J.J., Freiman, S.W. (1981). Fractographic analysis of delayed fracture in ceramics. In:
Fractography and material science (L.N. Gilbertson, R.D. Zipp, Eds.), Vol. 2,124-198, Philadelphia.
 Otaki, T. (1971). Holding refrigerant in refrigerant unit. Progress in Refrigeration Science and Technology,
Proceedings of the XII International Congress of Refrigeration, Washington D.C. 1971, Avi Publishing
Company Inc., 535-544.
The authors must provide their declaration of not having used text, photographs and drawings copyrighted
PLEASE SEE SAMPLE PAGES ENCLOSED.
TITLE OF PAPERS
and M. Forzan
Department of industrial Engineering Padova University,
Via Gradenigo,6/a, 35131 Padova, Italy
*Correspondig Author e-mail, tel and fax number
Text of the introduction
TITLE OF PARAGRAF
Formula figures and table:
Figure 7. Dynamic response of model 2.
Table 1. Noticeable values of K for horizontal structures (
(z) K (
 Davenport, A.G. (1961). The application of statistical concepts to wind loading of structures. Proc. Instn.
Civ. Engrs., 19, 449-472.
 Davenport, A.G. (1962). The response of slender, line-like structures to a gusty wind. Proc. Instn. Civ.
Engrs., 23, 389-408.
 Vellozzi, J., Cohen, E. (1968). Gust response factor. J.Struct. Div., ASCE, 97, 1295-1313.
Equation number on right margin