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Preparation of Papers for International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research


First Author, Second Author, Third Author
Abstract These instructions give you guidelines for preparing papers for IJSER JOURNALS. Use this document as a template if you are using Microsoft Word 6.0 or later. Otherwise, use this document as an instruction set. The electronic file of your paper will be formatted further at IJSER. Define all symbols used in the abstract. Do not cite references in the abstract. Do not delete the blank line immediately above the abstract; it sets the footnote at the bottom of this column. Dont use all caps for research paper title. Index Terms Minimum 7 keywords are mandatory, Keywords should closely reflect the topic and should optimally characterize the paper. Use about four key words or phrases in alphabetical order, separated by commas.

1 INTRODUCTION
HISdocumentisatemplateforMicrosoftWordversions 6.0 or later. If you are reading a paper version of this document, please download the electronic file from the te mplate download page so you can use it to prepare your manuscript. Whenyouopenthedocument,selectPageLayoutfrom the View menu in the menu bar (View | Page Layout), whichallowsyoutoseethefootnotes.Thentypeoversections ofthedocumentorcutandpastefromanotherdocumentand then use markup styles. Please keep the template at 8.5 x 11donotsetthetemplateforA4paper.Thepulldownstyle menuisattheleftoftheFormattingToolbaratthetopofyour Word window (for example, the style at this point in the document is Text). Highlight a section that you want to designate with a certain style, then select the appropriate nameonthestylemenu.Thestylewilladjustyourfontsand linespacing.Useitalicsforemphasis;donotunderline. Donot changethefontsizesorlinespacingtosqueezemoretext intoalimitednumberofpages.Pleasebecertaintofollow allsubmissionguidelineswhenformattinganarticleorit willbereturnedforreformatting. Tomodifytherunningheadings,selectView|Headerand Footer.Clickinsidethetextboxtotypethenameofthejournal the article is being submitted to and the manuscript identificationnumber.Clicktheforwardarrowinthepopup toolbartomodifytheheaderorfooteronsubsequentpages. IJSERstaffwilleditandcompletethefinalformattingof yourpaper.

2 PROCEDURE FOR PAPER SUBMISSION


2.1 Review Stage
Detailed submission guidelines can be found on the author resourcesWebpages.Authorresourceguidelinesarespecific toeachjournal,sopleasebesuretorefertothecorrectjournal when seeking information. All authors are responsible for understanding these guidelines before submitting their manuscript. For further information on both submission guidelines, authors are strongly encouraged to refer to
http://www.ijser.org.

2.2 Final Stage


For papers accepted for publication, it is essential that the electronic version of the manuscript and artwork match the hardcopyexactly!Thequalityandaccuracyofthecontentof theelectronicmaterialsubmittediscrucialsincethecontentis not recreated, but rather converted into the final published version. AllpapersinIJSERTransactionsareeditedelectronically.A final submission materials check list, transmission and compression information, and general publication materials canbefoundat:http://www.ijser.org.

2.3 Figures
Alltablesandfigureswillbeprocessedasimages.Youneedto embedtheimagesin thepaperitself. Please dontsendthe imagesasseparatefiles.

2.4 Copyright Form


An IJSER copyright form must accompany your final submission. You can get a .pdf, .html, or .doc version at

AuthornameiscurrentlypursuingmastersdegreeprograminelectricpowerengineeringinUniversity,Country,PH01123456789.Email: author_name@mail.com CoAuthornameiscurrentlypursuingmastersdegreeprograminelectricpowerengineeringinUniversity,Country,PH01123456789.Email: author_name@mail.com (Thisinformationisoptional;changeitaccordingtoyourneed.)

http://computer.org/copyright.htm. Authorsareresponsible

forobtaininganysecurityclearances.
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For any questions about initial or final submission requirements, please contact one of our staff members. Contactinformationcanbefoundat:http://www.ijser.org.

mathematical equations, please visit the IJSER styel guide:


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3 SECTIONS
Asdemonstratedinthisdocument,thenumberingforsections uppercaseArabicnumerals,thenuppercaseArabicnumerals, separatedbyperiods.Initialparagraphsafterthesectiontitle arenotindented.Onlytheinitial,introductoryparagraphhas adropcap.

Pleasenotethatmathequationsmightneedtobereformatted from the original submission for page layout reasons. This includesthepossibilitythatsomeinlineequationswillbemade displayequationstocreatebetterflowinaparagraph.Ifdisplay equationsdonotfitinthetwocolumnformat,theywillalsobe reformatted. Authors are strongly encouraged to ensure that equationsfitinthegivencolumnwidth.

6 HELPFUL HINTS
6.1 Figures and Tables
BecauseIJSERstaffwilldothefinalformattingofyourpaper, some figures may have to be moved from where they appearedintheoriginalsubmission.Figuresandtablesshould besizedastheyaretoappearinprint.Figuresortablesnot correctlysizedwillbereturnedtotheauthorforreformatting. Detailedinformationaboutthecreationandsubmissionof imagesforarticlescanbefoundat: http://www.ijser.org. We strongly encourage authors to carefully review the material postedheretoavoidproblemswithincorrectfilesorpoorly formattedgraphics. Place figure captions below the figures; place table titles above the tables. If your figure has two parts, include the labels(a)and(b)aspartoftheartwork.Pleaseverifythat thefiguresandtablesyoumentioninthetextactuallyexist. Figuresandtablesshouldbecalledoutintheordertheyareto appearinthepaper.Forexample,avoidreferringtofigure8 inthefirstparagraphofthearticleunlessfigure8willagain be referred to after the reference to figure7. Please do not include figure captions as part of the figure. Do not put captions in textboxeslinkedtothefigures.Do notput bordersaroundtheoutsideofyourfigures.PerIJSER,please usetheabbreviationFig.evenatthebeginningofasentence. DonotabbreviateTable.Tablesarenumberednumerically. Figuresmayonlyappearincolorforcertainjournals.Please verifywithIJSERthatthejournalyouaresubmittingtodoes indeedacceptcolorbeforesubmittingfinalmaterials. Donot usecolorunlessitisnecessaryfortheproperinterpretation ofyourfigures. Figures(graphs,charts,drawingortables)shouldbenamed fig1.eps,fig2.ps,etc.Ifyourfigurehasmultipleparts,please submitasasinglefigure.Pleasedonotgivethemdescriptive names. Author photograph files should be named after the authors LAST name. Please avoid naming files with the authorsfirstnameoranabbreviatedversionofeithernameto avoidconfusion.Ifagraphicistoappearinprintasblackand white,itshouldbesavedandsubmittedasablackandwhite file(grayscaleorbitmap.)Ifagraphicistoappearincolor,it shouldbesubmittedasanRGBcolorfile.

4 CITATIONS
IJSERstyleistonotcitationsinindividualbrackets,followed byacomma,e.g.[1],[5](asopposedtothemorecommon [1,5]form.)Citationrangesshouldbeformattedasfollows: [1],[2],[3],[4](asopposedto[1][4],whichisnotIJSERstyle). Whencitingasectioninabook,pleasegivetherelevantpage numbers[2].Insentences,refersimplytothereferencenumber,as in[3].DonotuseRef.[3]orreference[3]Atthebeginningofa sentence use the author names instead of Reference [3], e.g., SmithandSmith[3]show....Pleasenotethatreferenceswill be formatted by IJSER production staff in the same order providedbytheauthor.

5 EQUATIONS
If you are using Word, use either the Microsoft Equation EditorortheMathTypeaddon(http://www.mathtype.com) forequationsinyourpaper(Insert|Object|CreateNew| MicrosoftEquationorMathTypeEquation).Floatovertext shouldnotbeselected. Numberequationsconsecutivelywithequationnumbersin parenthesesflushwiththerightmargin,asin(1).First,usethe equation editor to create the equation. Then, select the Equation markup style. Press the tab key and write the equation number in parentheses. To make your equations morecompact,youmayusethesolidus(/),theexpfunction, or appropriate exponents. Use parentheses to avoid ambiguitiesindenominators.Punctuateequationswhenthey arepartofasentence,asin

r2 0

F ( r, ) dr d = [ r2 / ( 2 0 )]
0

exp( | z j zi | ) 1 J 1 ( r2 ) J 0 ( ri ) d .

(1)

Be sure that the symbols in your equation have been definedbeforetheequationappearsorimmediatelyfollowing. Italicizesymbols(T mightrefertotemperature,butTisthe unit tesla). Per IJSER, please refer to (1), not Eq. (1) or equation (1), except at the beginning of a sentence: Equation(1)shows....Alsosee TheHandbookofWritingfor the Mathematical Sciences, 1993. Published by the Society for IndustrialandAppliedMathematics,thishandbookprovides somehelpfulinformationaboutmathtypographyandother stylistic matters. For further information about typesetting

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TABLE 1 UNITS FOR MAGENTIC PROPERTIES

Statementsthatserveascaptionsfortheentiretabledonotneedfootnoteletters. a Gaussianunitsarethesameascgsemuformagnetostatics;Mx=maxwell,G =gauss,Oe=oersted;Wb=weber,V=volt,s=second,T=tesla,m=meter, A=ampere,J=joule,kg=kilogram,H=henry. Magnetization(A m1),notjustA/m.Donot label axes

with a ratio of quantities and units. For example, write Temperature(K),notTemperature/K.Table1showssome examplesofunitsofmeasure. Multipliers can be especially confusing. Write Magnetization(kA/m)orMagnetization(103A/m).Donot writeMagnetization(A/m)1,000becausethereaderwould notknowwhetherthetopaxislabelinFig.1meant16,000A/m or0.016A/m.Figurelabelsshouldbelegible,approximately8 to 12 point type. When creating your graphics, especially in complexgraphsandcharts,pleaseensurethatlineweightsare thickenoughthatwhenreproducedatprintsize,theywillstill belegible.Wesuggestatleast1point.

6.3 Footnotes
Numberfootnotesseparatelyinsuperscripts(Insert|Footnote)1. Placetheactualfootnoteatthebottomofthecolumninwhichit iscited;donotputfootnotesinthereferencelist(endnotes).Use letters for table footnotes (see Table 1). Please do not include footnotesintheabstractandavoidusingafootnoteinthefirst columnofthearticle.Thiswillcauseittoappearoftheaffiliation box,makingthelayoutlookconfusing.
Fig. 1. Magnetization as a function of applied field. Note that Fig. is abbreviated. There is a period after the figure number, followed by one space. It is good practice to briefly explain the significance of the figure in the caption.

6.4 Lists
The IJSERstyleis tocreatedisplayed lists if the numberof itemsinthelistislongerthanthree.Forexample,withinthe textlistswouldappear1)usinganumber,2)followedbya closeparenthesis.However,longerlistswillbeformattedso that: 1. Itemswillbesetoutsideoftheparagraphs.
1 Itisrecommendedthatfootnotesbeavoided(exceptfortheunnumbered footnotewiththereceiptdateonthefirstpage).Instead,trytointegratethe footnoteinformationintothetext.

Figure axis labels are often a source of confusion. Use wordsratherthansymbols.Asanexample,writethequantity Magnetization, or Magnetization M, not just M. Put unitsinparentheses.Donotlabelaxesonlywithunits.Asin Fig. 1, for example, write Magnetization (A/m) or

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Items will be punctuated as sentences where it is appropriate. Itemswillbenumbered,followedbyaperiod.

6.5 Theorems and Proofs


Theoremsandrelatedstructures,suchasaxiomscorollaries,and lemmas,areformattedusingahangingindentparagraph.They beginwithatitleandarefollowedbythetext,initalics. Theorem1. Theorems,corollaries,lemmas,andrelatedstructures follow this format. They do not need to be numbered, but are generallynumberedsequentially. Proofsareformattedusingthesamehangingindentformat. However,theyarenotitalicized. Proof. Thesameformatshouldbeusedforstructuressuchas remarks,examples,andsolutions(thoughthesewouldnot haveaQ.E.D.boxattheendasaproofdoes).

inthe manuscript istheordertheywill appearinthe final paper,i.e.,referencessubmittednonalphabetizedwillremain thatway. Pleasenotethatthereferencesattheendofthisdocument areinthepreferredreferencingstyle.Withinthetext,useet al.whenreferencingasourcewithmorethanthreeauthors. Inthereferencesection,giveallauthorsnames;donotuseet al.Donotplaceaspacebetweenanauthors'initials.Papers thathavenotbeenpublishedshouldbecitedasunpublished [4]. Papers that have been submitted or accepted for publicationshouldbecitedassubmittedforpublication[5]. Please give affiliations and addresses for personal communications[6]. Capitalizeallthewordsinapapertitle.Forpaperspublishedin translationjournals,pleasegivetheEnglishcitationfirst,followed bytheoriginalforeignlanguagecitation[7].

7.3 Additional Formatting and Style Resources


Additional information on formatting and style issues can be obtained in the IJSER Style Guide, which is posted online at: http://www.ijser.org/.Clickontheappropriatetopicunderthe SpecialSectionslink.

7 END SECTIONS
7.1 Appendices
Appendixes,ifneeded,appearbeforetheacknowledgment.In theeventmultipleappendicesarerequired,theywillbelabeled AppendixA,AppendixB,etc.Ifanarticledoesnotmeet submissionlengthrequirements,authorsarestronglyencouraged tomaketheirappendicessupplementalmaterial. IJSER Transactions accepts supplemental materials for review with regular paper submissions. These materials may be publishedonourDigitalLibrarywiththeelectronicversionofthe paperandareavailableforfreetoDigitalLibraryvisitors.Please seeourguidelinesbelowforfilespecificationsandinformation. Anysubmittedmaterialsthatdonotfollowthesespecifications will not be accepted. All materials must follow US copyright guidelinesandmaynotincludematerialpreviouslycopyrighted byanotherauthor,organizationorcompany.Moreinformation can be found at http://www.ijser.org.

CONCLUSION

Although a conclusion may review the main points of the paper, do not replicate the abstract as the conclusion. A conclusionmightelaborateontheimportanceoftheworkor suggest applications and extensions. Authors are strongly encouraged not to call out multiple figures or tables in the conclusionthese should be referenced in the body of the paper.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT
TheauthorswishtothankA,B,C.Thisworkwassupportedin partbyagrantfromXYZ.

7.2 Acknowledgments
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. AvoidexpressionssuchasOneofus(S.B.A.)wouldliketo thank....Instead,writeF.A.Authorthanks....Sponsor and financialsupport acknowledgments areincluded in the acknowledgment section. For example: This work was supportedinpartbytheUSDepartmentofCommerceunder Grant BS123456 (sponsor and financial support acknowledgment goes here). Researchers that contributed information or assistance to the article should also be acknowledgedinthissection.

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7.3 References
Unfortunately, the Computer Society document translator cannothandleautomaticendnotesinWord;therefore,typethe referencelistattheendofthepaperusingtheReferences style. See the IJSERs style for reference formatting at:
http://www.ijser.org transref.htm.Theorderinwhichthereferencesaresubmitted

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