PAPER ABSTRACT FORMATTING REQUIREMENTS

 

A paper abstract should include a brief summary of the research objective, the methods used and analysis of the results.

An abstract should not contain general statements concerning the problem.

An abstract should comprise a 1- or 2-full-page text with illustrations either in jpg or gif format. The text in Microsoft Word format should have the following formatting characteristics: А4 paper size, 2.5 cm margins, 12-point Times New Roman font, 1.25 first line indent, single spaced, justified text. All formulas should be inserted with the help of Microsoft Equation editor.

The file name should be the first author’s surname_the Conference track code (e.g., klimanova_1.doc).

The first line should indicate the Universal Decimal Classification (UDC) code. Below the code there should be a 1.5 spacing and the paper title in capital bold letters, a 1.5 spacing and the authors’ full names, a 1.5 spacing and the name of the institution and the city (in italic), a single spacing and the e-mail,
a double spacing and the text of the abstract, a 1.5 spacing and the references followed by the first author’s e-mail.

 

Note: The paper scientific supervisor should be indicated in the list of co-authors as the last one.                                                                                                                                            


Abstract sample

UDC 629.78

MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF VARIABLE MODES OF A THREE-SHAFT GAS TURBINE LPC WITH A FREE TURBINE

Ivanov I.I., Petrov P.P.

Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow

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The paper presents mathematical modeling of variable modes of a 9-stage axial low-pressure compressor of a three-shaft gas turbine. The compressor is regulated by changing the angles of the inlet guide vane and two rotary rows of the guide vanes [1].

 

The work is supported by RFBR grant ХХ-ХХ-ХХХХХ\ХХ dated ХХ.ХХ.ХХХХ

 

REFERENCES

1. Egorov I.N., Kretinin G.V., Fedechkin K.S. Case Study of Axial Flow Compressor’s Stage Optimization // All-Russian Scientific-Technical Journal “Polyot”. 2007, No. 12, Pp. 28-34.