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Template for Full Paper Submission to the 5th ACF International Conference

A. Lastname1, B. Lastname1 and C. Lastname2 1 Department, Institution, City, Country 2 Department, Institution, City, Country 1 E-mail: email@address.ac.th
ABSTRACT: Instruction for the preparation of full papers for the 5th ACF International Conference is presented in this paper. This template provides you with an example of the layout and style, which we wish you to adopt during the preparation of your paper. Please make the abstract as short as possible (5~8 lines). Authors of papers should prepare the paper in a form suitable for direct photographic reproduction by the publisher. In order to ensure uniform style throughout the volume, all the papers have to be prepared strictly according to the instruction set below.

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INTRODUCTION

This is the instruction for the preparation of full papers to be published in the Proceedings of the 5th ACF International Conference [1]. Please follow the instruction carefully. Submit your full paper through the paper submission system no later than 15 June 2012. 2. 2.1 INSTRUCTION Format

Figures and photographs must carry numbers in the text (e.g. Fig. 1) and captions. Captions [2] should be complete enough to allow appreciation of the illustration without referring to the text. Lettering

The Paper should be prepared according to the instruction provided in this section. Use the format of this template and do NOT change it. Table 1 Editorial Instruction Item Paper size Length Margins Fonts Explanation Use A4 size (210 x 297 mm) Full papers should not exceed 6 pages Leave 2 cm as margins on top, 1.5 cm as margins at bottom and on left and right sides Use bold 14-point Times New Roman font for Title; 10-point Times New Roman font for Authors; 9-point Times New Roman font in 1.0 line spacing for text Figure 1 Insert figure caption here of the caption should be nearly as large as the typeface used for the text. 2.1.5 Equations Each equation should be confined to one column [3] wherever possible, as in Eq. (1), and the equation array environment may be used to split equation into several lines, for example in Eq. (1), or to align several equations. Equation should be kept 12 point or 1.0 line space from the above and the underneath text lines. U = D( 1, 2, 3, 4)R12 (a, 5)R13 (b, 6) R14 (c, 7)R23 (d, 8)R24 (e, 9)R34 (f, 10) 3. CONCLUSION

2.1.1 Headings All the headings should be in bold style. The section headings should be in CAPITAL LETTERS, the subsections in upper and lower case. Do not underline. Section and subsection headings should be left justified. After section headings and subsection headings, add a 6 point or 0.5 line space. 2.1.2 Paragraphs The first paragraph of each section needs no indentation. Paragraphs after the first paragraph of each section need 3 characters indentation at the first line. Leave no line space between the paragraphs. 2.1.3 Tables Tables should be presented as indicated in Table 1. Their layout should be consistent throughout the paper. Horizontal lines should be placed above and below label headings, below subheadings and at the end of the table. Vertical lines should be avoided. 2.1.4 Figures (1)

This instruction has shown how to prepare a full paper for publication in the Proceedings of the 5th ACF International Conference. We look forward to seeing you in Thailand. 4. [1] REFERENCES Tangtermsirikul, S., Ueda, T., and Me, U.I., "Asian concrete and other composites conference publications", Proceedings of Int. Conference on Asian Concrete Federal, City, Month Year, pp 133-137. Limsuwan, A., and Choi, K.J. "Concrete life cycle analysis and design issues," Journal of Asian Concrete Federation, Vol. 22, No. 9, 2002, pp 731-742. ASTM C490/C490M. Standard practice for use of apparatus for the determination of length change of hardened cement paste, mortar and concrete. American Society for Testing and Materials; 2008.

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References should be numbered and listed according to their appearance in the text.