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Article Title and Author Data

Please follow the following style guide.



  • Article title: This information should be placed at the top of the first page in 18 point, Times New Roman in Title case, and centered. This style is defined under the style menu of this document as "TITLE".

  • Author listing: 12 point, Times New Roman, centered. This style is defined under the style menu of this document as "Author".

  • Author Affiliations: 12 point, Times New Roman, centered under the author name. This style is defined under the style menu of this document as "Affiliations". Information for each author such as email, department or college, university, city, state and zip can be listed.


Author name(s): Thomas Harlow

Junior, Department of Chemical Engineering

Penn State University

University Park, PA 16802

THarlow@psu.edu
Jason Killoran

Senior, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Penn State University

University Park, PA 16802

JKilloran@psu.edu
Abstract – Please submit the penultimate draft of your article via the Open Journal System website at http://library.queensu.ca/ojs/index.php/ijsle/about/submissions#onlineSubmissions. Deadlines for submissions are due May 30 and December 30. All papers must include an Abstract with the submission. The Abstract and Index Terms text should be 12 point Times New Roman, full justified and contained within one paragraph. Begin the Abstract (as above) with the word Abstract - in Times New Roman italic. The entire Abstract should be bold. Do not indent. Use a dash after the words “Abstract.” Begin the Index Terms (as below) with the word Index Terms - in Times New Roman italic. Do not indent. Use a dash after the words “Index Terms”. Do not cite references in the abstract. The abstract should be approximately 150 – 200 words. Avoid using abbreviations and acronyms in the abstract.
Index Terms - About four, alphabetical order, key words or phrases, separated by commas.

Page Layout

These instructions (adapted from the FIE format) serve as an electronic template for Microsoft Word, and give you the basic guidelines for preparing publication-ready papers for the Journal. Please carefully follow the instructions provided in these guidelines to ensure uniformity.


When you open this document, select "Print Layout" (or "Page Layout" for Macs) from the "View" menu, which will allow you to see both the page and the endnotes. You may then type over sections of this document by using cut and paste into this document in order to preserve the formatting styles embedded in this document.

The pull-down style menu is at the left of the Formatting Toolbar (or in the "Formatting Palette" for Macs). For example, if you click on this word, the style at this point in the document is "Body Text." To use these built-in style guides, highlight a section that you want to designate with a certain style, and then select the appropriate name on the style pull down menu.


All papers must follow the following layout:

  • 8 1/2" x 11" paper size

  • Portrait Orientation

  • One-column format for the body of the document

  • Top margin: 1.0"

  • Bottom margin: 1.0"

  • Left and right margins: 1.0"

  • Indents - first paragraph of section - none

  • Indents - all other paragraphs - .25"


Spelling and Grammar

Please make consistent use of US punctuation marks and spelling. For example,



  • Put commas and periods inside of quotation marks. (Semi-colons, however, go outside.)

  • Use double “quotation” marks rather than single ‘scare’ quotes.

Paper Body Format

The following is information pertaining to the format of the paper. Use one line of space between text and section headings. Use one line of space between text and captions, equations, tables, and footnote. Use spell checking. Do not use hyphenation. Please use the following Font and alignment instructions.


Body Text:

12 point, Times New Roman, full justified, single space, no blank lines between the paragraphs. Indents - first paragraph of section - none (this style is defined under the style menu of this document as “First Paragraph”), Indent - all other paragraphs - .25 inch. This style is defined under the style menu of this document as “Body Text.” Follow the examples shown in this document.



Section Headings:

12 point, Times New Roman, bold, centered, use Small Caps, leave one blank line above and below. For example, “Page Layout” on page one of this document is a Section Heading. This style is defined under the style menu of this document as “Section Headings.” The Section Heading style will automatically provide proper spacing between sections.



Section Sub-headings:

12 point, Times New Roman, italic, left justified, leave one blank line above and below. For example, “Body Text” on this page is a Section Sub Heading. This style is defined under the style menu of this document as “Subheading.” The Section Sub-heading style will automatically provide proper spacing between sections.




Bullets:

10 point, Times New Roman, left justify and indent the text 0.25 inch. Insert a blank line after the bullet list but not before, follow the examples in this document (this style is defined under the style menu of this document as “Bullets”).


Photographs
Photographs should be resized using an external photo editor to reduce the final size of the document. This is important due to bandwidth issues.
Figures and Tables

Center all figures and tables. Do not abbreviate “Table”; use Roman numerals to number tables. Use the following format guidelines for Figures and Tables:



  • Figure and Table headings: 12 point, Times New Roman UPPERCASE, centered. Place below the figure and above the Table, (this style is defined under the style menu of this document as "Figure Heading")

  • Leave one blank line above and below each Table or Figure.

  • Figure and Table captions: 8 point, Times New Roman, Small Caps, centered. Place below the figure or table headings (this style is defined under the style menu of this document as "Figure Caption")

  • Table text: 8 point, Times New Roman, (this style is defined under the style menu of this document as "Table text")

Table I and Figure 1 below illustrates proper Table and Figure formatting. Avoid placing figures and tables before their first mention in the text. Please use only the “Symbol Font” for all your symbols, or embed all your different symbol fonts within the file when you save the document.


TABLE I

Point Sizes and Type Styles



Points

Place of Text

Type Styles

12

10

12



12

10

12



12

12

12



12
12
12

18


Table number

Table text

Figure and Table Headings

Figure and Table Captions

Footnote text

Reference list

Abstract

Index Terms

Section Titles

Main Text and Equations


Subheadings
Authors’ names

Title


Roman numerals
UPPERCASE

Small Caps


Bold

Italic

Italic


Small Caps, Bold
Center justified; Title Case




Figure 1


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Acknowledgment

The preferred spelling of the word "acknowledgment" in American English is without an "e" after the "g." Use the singular heading even if you have many acknowledgments. Please put the sponsor acknowledgments in this section; do not use an endnote.


Headers and Footers

Please refrain from using Headers or Footers except for page numbers as embedded in this document.


Endnotes and References

Please use the Footnote/Endnote feature in Microsoft Word to insert notes at the end of the document. To insert an endnote in Word place the curser at the end of the sentence and select the “Insert” menu and then select “footnote” using the “end of the document” and “auto numbering” options. The endnote text should be 10 point, Times New Roman, single-spaced, left justified, no space between the paragraphs. This style is defined under the style menu of this document as “Endnote Text.” See the example at the end of this document.i (P.S. If you have problems inserting a footnote because Microsoft Word wants to break the text and start a new page, then instead of starting with a new document, use this document and cut and paste your material over the material in this file.)

All references should be made in endnote form according to the following (Chicago 15th) style. The first time a source is cited, full details should be given so that no bibliography is needed. Repeated citations should be specified with shortened form. Do not use “Ibid.” Use the following as examples:


Wendell Berry, “The Ecological Crisis as a Crisis of Character,” in The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture (San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 1986), 42.
Berry, “The Ecological Crisis as a Crisis of Character,” 44.
Eugene S. Ferguson, Engineering and the Mind’s Eye (Cambridge, MA and London, UK: MIT Press, 1993), 222-24.
Gene Moriarty, “Three Kinds of Ethics for Three Kinds of Engineering,” IEEE Technology & Society Magazine 20, no. 3 (2001), 55-6.
Berry, “The Ecological Crisis as a Crisis of Character,” 40.



i The endnote text should be 10 point, Times New Roman, single-spaced, left justified, with no space between the paragraphs. This style is defined under the style menu of this document as “Endnote text.”




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