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ABSTRACT
A short abstract (100 words maximum) should open the paper. The purposes of an abstract are:
(1) to give a clear indication of the objective scope and results of the paper so that readers ma!
determine whether the full text will be of particular interest to them" (#) to provide $e! words and
phrases for indexing abstracting and retrieval purposes. The abstract should not attempt to
condense the whole subject matter into a few words for %uic$ reading.
INTRODUCTION
Because ASME typesets accepted papers prior to publication, it is not
necessary for authors to do more than structural formatting for the body of the
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paper. Figures and tables should not be inserted in the tet, but each should be
included on a separate page at the end of the paper. For readability, please be
sure to use double spacing.
A citation must appear for each reference in the reference section.
!itations should be consecuti"ely numbered using s#uare brac$ets %&'. (he
sentence punctuation follo)s the brac$ets %*'. Multiple references %*, +' or a
range of references %,--' should appear )ithin a single set of brac$ets. .n
sentences, refer simply to the reference number, as in %/'. 0o not use 12ef. %3'4
or 1reference %3'4 ecept at the beginning of a sentence5 12eference %3' sho)s ...
4. (he 2eferences should be in a separate section at the end of the paper.
E#uations should be numbered consecuti"ely beginning )ith (&) to the
end of the paper, including any appendices. (he number should be enclosed in
parentheses and set flush right in the column on the same line as the e#uation.
L!L"ON #ADS
(he tet should be organi6ed into logical parts or sections. 7eadings and
subheadings should appear throughout the paper to di"ide the sub8ect matter to
emphasi6e the ma8or elements. (hese headings assist the reader in follo)ing the
trend of thought and in forming a mental picture of the points of importance. 9arts
or sections may be numbered, if desired, but paragraphs should not be
numbered.
CO$%RI&#T R'INDR
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.f any material that is included in a paper is under copyright, the authors of the
paper are responsible for obtaining copyright permissions, including any
information re#uired by the copyright holder, and be able to produce such
permissions upon re#uest.
Le(el"T)o #eads
All papers should be concise regardless of length. :ong #uotations should be
a"oided by referring to sources. .llustrations and tables, )here they help clarify
the meaning or are necessary to demonstrate results properly, are desirable, but
they should be $ept to a practicable minimum, and included on indi"idual pages
at the end of the manuscript.
&evel'Three (eads
.t is ASME policy that S. units of measurement be included in all papers )ith the
;.S. customary units pro"ided in parentheses or in a supplementary table.
AC*NO+LD&'NT
9lease spell 1ac$no)ledgment4 in American English is )ithout an 1e4 after the 1g4
using it in the singular for the heading e"en if there are multiple
ac$no)ledgments. Specific company names should be mentioned only in the
ac$no)ledgment and not in the body of the manuscript.
,UNDIN&
A separate section listing funding sources should be included. (he full names
along )ith their abbre"iation should be included, e.g., ;.S. 0epartment of Energy
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NO'NCLATUR
) "ariables should appear in first column )ith the description in
second column, m
* all "ariables should appear in italics
tl t)o-letter abbre"iations should appear in italics
tla three-letter abbre"iations should not appear in italics
2e 2eynolds number and similar abbre"iations do not use italics
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R,RNCS
(Samples of the most commonly referenced materials are pro"ided. .f in doubt,
please refer to the latest editor of the +hicago ,anual of -t!le. 0<.s should be
pro"ided )hene"er possible for the greatest accuracy.
%&' =ing, >., and :o"ell, M. 2., *??*, @<n the Sliding Friction !haracteristics of
;nidirectional !ontinuous F29 !omposites,@ ASME Aournal of (ribology, 1-.(&),
pp. B-&+. 0<.5 &?.&&&BC&.,?**,BD-
%*' Barnes, M., *??&, @Stresses in Solenoids,@ A. Appl. 9hys., ./(B), pp. *???-
*??/. 0<.5 &?.&&&BC&.,?**,BD-
%+' Aones, A., *???, +ontact ,echanics, !ambridge ;ni"ersity 9ress, !ambridge,
;E, !hap. D. .SB=5 3-/-+-&D-&,/,&?-?
%,' :ee, F., Eorpela, S. A., and 7orne, 2. =., &3/*, @Structure of Multi-!ellular
=atural !on"ection in a (all Gertical Annulus,@ .roc. /th *nternational (eat
Transfer +onference, ;. Hrigul et al., eds., 7emisphere, Iashington, 0!, -, pp.
**&-**D.
%B' 7ashish, M., *???, @D?? M9a Iater8et (echnology 0e"elopment,@ (igh
.ressure Technolog!, 9G9-Gol. ,?D, pp. &+B-&,?.
%D' Iatson, 0. I., &33-, @(hermodynamic Analysis,@ ASME 9aper =o. 3--H(-
*//.
%-' (ung, !. F., &3/*, @E"aporati"e 7eat (ransfer in the !ontact :ine of a
Miture,@ 9h.0. thesis, 2ensselaer 9olytechnic .nstitute, (roy, =F.
%/' E)on, <. E., and 9letcher, 2. 7., &3/&, @9rediction of the .ncompressible
Flo) <"er A 2ear)ard-Facing Step,@ (echnical 2eport =o. 7(:-*D, !F0-,, .o)a
State ;ni"., Ames, .A.
%3' Smith, 2., *??*, @!onformal :ubricated !ontact of !ylindrical Surfaces
.n"ol"ed in a =on-Steady Motion,@ 9h.0. thesis,
http5CC))).cas.phys.unm.eduCrsmithChomepage.html
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,i0ure Ca1tions List
Fig. & !apitali6e only the first )ord in the caption
Fig. * 9unctuation is not used if the caption is a single sentence
Fig. + 9unctuation is used if a caption contains multiple sentences.
9unctuation is used to separate the multiple sentences.
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Ta2le Ca1tion List
(able & !apitali6e the first )ord in the caption
(able * 9unctuation is not included if the is only a single line in the caption
(able + (able notes should use superscript lo)ercase roman letters
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(able ,
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Information Re0ardin0 ,i0ures and Ta2les
Each figure and table should be included on a separate sheet (one figure
or table per page) at the end of the manuscript.
(ables can be created using Microsoft Iord.
Figures (graphics files) must be sa"ed as a (.FF, 9ostScript, or E9S
(Encapsulated 9ostScript) files for uploading indi"idually if the paper is
accepted for publication
ASME 9apers are targeted for 3 typeset pages, )hich is approimately
3??? )ords (3 typeset pages). ;sing &??? )ords for each typeset page,
figures can be estimated at J*B? 1)ords4 for each #uarter of a column
they )ill occupy.
(et in figures should be re"ie)ed for legibility for reproduction in the
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