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Manuscripts must be prepared as a Microsoft Word file.
Word document, Times New Roman, 11 points, exact line space.
Page margins are 2.5 for all sides.
The maximum length for articles is 15 pages.
Articles over 20 pages in length can only be considered on an exceptional basis.
A concise title of the paper.
Use bold 11-point Times Roman font.
Use uppercase for the title.
Make the title is centered.
Name(s) and surname(s) of author(s)
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Each article must include an abstract, of up to 250-300 words, that highlights the objectives, methods, results, and conclusions of the paper. The abstract should state briefly the purpose of the research, the principal results, and major conclusions.
The abstract body is typed in Times New Roman, italic, 11 pt.
Maximum 5 characteristic words explaining the subject of the paper (avoid, for example “of”, “and” ...) - separated by commas and typed Word Style in Times New Roman, italic, 11 pt.
Use bold, lowercase, 11 Times New Roman font for headings.
This should define the problem and, if possible, the frame of existing knowledge.
Materials and Methods
Materials and methods should be clearly presented.
Results and Discussion
Results should be clear and concise and give the significance of the results of the work. Data must not be repeated in figures and tables.
The discussion should interpret the results in reference to the problem outlined in the introduction and of related observations by the author/s or others.
A conclusion should be added if results and discussion are combined.
Tables and Figures
Numerated figures and tables, have to be implemented in the text, and obviously behind the paragraph in which they have been mentioned. Tables should have a short descriptive title.
The unit of measurement used in a table should be stated.
Tables should be numbered consecutively.
Figures should be prepared in GIF, TIFF, JPEG, or PowerPoint.
Tables and Figures should be appropriately cited in the manuscript.
Acknowledgments of financial support, advice or other kinds of assistance should be given at the end of the text under the heading "Acknowledgements". The names of funding organizations should be written in full.ReferencesUse IEEE style for references. For a summary of the IEEE references style, you can download the document from here.References should be numbered in brackets in the order of appearance in the text, e.g. , [3, 4], [7-11], etc. The full references should be listed at the end of the paper (left alignment) in numerical order of citation in the text.Data in references should be given in the following forms -For Journals Surname, N.N., Surname, N.N., “The full title of the article”, Journal Name, volume and issue, first and last page, year. DOI number. Kentli, F., Yilmaz, M., “Mathematical modeling of two-axis photovoltaic system with improved efficiency”, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 4(2), 40-43, 2015. Doi: – For BooksGumz, W., Gas Producers and Blast Furnaces, John Wiley and Sons Inc., New York, 2008.
– For Chapters
Sinak, Y., Models and Projections of Energy Use in the Soviet Union, in International Energy Economics (Ed. T. Steiner), Chapman and Hall, London, pp. 1-53, 1998.
– For Proceedings (Transactions, Book of abstracts, Proceedings on CD, etc.)
Gabrielsson, J., “Extract-Air Window: a Key to Better Heat Economy in Buildings”, Proceeding of 10th World Energy Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, Vol. 1, 1997, pp. 21-28
– For Thesis
Rowe, V. M., Some Secondary Flow Problems in Fluid Dynamics, Ph. D. thesis, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, 1966
– For Reports
Tsuji, Y., Shen, N. Y., Numerical Simulation of Gas-Solid Flows: I – Particle-to-Wall Collision, Report No. 62, Osaka University, Osaka, Japan, 1989
– For literature or data on web sites and documents without authors
International Engineering, Science and Education Group, http://www.inesegconferences.org