Template - Serbian Society for Computational Mechanics

Template for Preparing Paper for the Journal of the Serbian Society for
Computational Mechanics
First Author1,2, Second Author1, Third Author2*
Name and Address of Institute
Name and Address of Institute
Name and Address of Institute
*Corresponding author
Please use predefined styles with SDRM prefix for text formatting and do not type
unnecessary spaces and blank lines.
Abstract should contain the goal and the main results of the paper. It should not have any
formulas in it.
Length of the abstract should not exceed 1000 words.
Keywords: Keyword1, keyword2,….., keyword5
1. Introduction
The Introduction should introduce the reader to the subject of the paper, a review of the
previous works related to the topic of the paper.
Last paragraph should outline the paper organization, with the contents of sections and
2. Fundamental relations
Here, the basic theoretical considerations are presented. We analyze the general formulations.
The main text should be written using Times New Roman, with 10 pt and with bold sections
and italic subsections. The text should be around 20 pages maximum, including figures.
The equations are written in MathType, with size 10pt, with consecutive numbering and
f ( y )  By 2  C1 exp(  y / a3 )
where B, C1 and a3 are constants.
1.1 Subsection with details
We here describe details about the above general relations. The equations continue by
numbering, i.e.
1/ x
f1 ( x, y )   f  y  a  x 
1 
 Cx 2  C2 ln(  y / a3 )
We show how references should be used (Petrovic et al. 2007), or according to Ferrari (2007).
3. This is second section of the main text
In Section 1 we have analyzed the fundamental relations for the considered problem. Here,
computational details are given, following Gonzales (1997a).
Size of the Text. When the authors want to make a separate part within a section or subsection,
a title of that part can be used as shown here.
Figures for the Paper. Figures should be included within the text. It is desirable that figures in
CorelDraw (or another vector format) are provided so that some adjustments in size can be
made for the text in the Journal. Reference to figures is as follows: As can be seen from Fig. 1a,
the pressure is very high. Figures should be denoted by consecutive numbers,
Figures will be in black and white in the Journal
Fig. 1 Distribution of stress along the surface. (a) Normal stress; (b) Tangential stress
Tables should be included in the text, with the labeling as the figures:
Table title should be below the table.
Table 1. Coefficient determined experimentally and computed by approximate expressions
4. Conclusions
In the conclusions (and summary) the main results of the paper should be provided. The
conclusions should not be copy-paste text from the previous text and Abstract.
Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge support of the Ministry of Science of Serbia,
grant OI144-2/08; and City of Kragujevac, Contract 1224/08.
References should appear in alphabetic order.
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