of the Conference will be published on digital media and the abstract
only will be distributed in a hardcopy booklet.
The Scientific Committee of the Eleventh International Conference on
CFD in the Minerals and Process Industries will evaluate all submitted full papers,
with each paper being independently refereed by at least two international
experts in the field.
It is intended to have both oral and poster presentations at the
conference. Full written versions of both the oral and poster papers
will be included in the proceedings and the format for each is
identical as described below.
Poster Format Details are:
We have allowed for A0 sized posters.
Each poster will have a 1.2m wide x 2m high board.
Authors should note the list of deadlines.
The conference organising committee has arranged for selected
papers to be published in special editions of the following
Applied Mathematical Modelling and
The Journal of Computational Multiphase Flows.
Deadline for receipt of the full paper is 30 June 2015
Abstract submissions have now closed.
For refereeing, an electronic copy of the paper is required,
which can be in either Microsoft Word format, or else PDF.
Authors are also required to complete the copyright
release form (right click to save to file).
INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS
A sample format of a
pdf page can be
downloaded here showing the layout and style
for headings, tables, figures, references etc.
Documents templates are available for MS-Word
(right click to save to a file) or a rich text
version can be
(right click to save to a file).
Paper size is to be A4.
It is recommended that the length of the paper is limited to six pages.
Page layout is double column of width 75mm with 10mm between columns.
The main text is single spaced with a 9-point, Times New Roman font.
It is intended to include papers in the conference proceedings,
which will be a digital volume (eg. USB drive etc.).
The paper should be in English and contain the following elements
in the order shown:
• Author names and addresses
(underline the presenting author)
• Abstract (no more than 150 words)
• Nomenclature list
• Text of the paper
The title should be concise and clearly reflect the contents of
the paper. It should be in bold, centred, 12-point Arial font.
The abstract should give a clear indication of the objective, scope
and results of the study presented in the paper. It should provide
keywords for indexing purposes.
Nomenclature should be listed in alphabetical order with the Greek
symbols following the English symbols.
The text should be divided into sections describing the objectives,
the description of the problem, the method of solution and any other
relevant information. The text should also include discussion of
any results presented and list the authors conclusions. SI
units should be used throughout.
Figures and tables should be embedded in the text and should appear
as close as possible after the first reference to them. The figures
should be of good quality to ensure satisfactory reproduction. Authors
are encouraged to include colour figures. Both figures and tables
should be numbered consecutively and have a caption beneath them.
Tables and figures which extend over the whole width of the page
should be placed either at the top or bottom of the page.
Subheadings may be used to divide the subject in any given
Equations should be numbered consecutively beginning with (1). The
number should be set flush right in the column. Care should be taken
to avoid confusion between lower case "l" (el) and the
Individuals and institutions that have made a significant contribution
to the contents of the paper may be acknowledged.
References must follow the style indicated in the
Animated result files for inclusion in the digital proceedings should
be in either mpeg or avi format. Multiple animations
can be included but the total size of the animations must be less
than 50 Mbytes. A brief title string for each animation should also
be provided in an accompanying text file.
All animations and other additional files need to be combined into
an archive .zip or .tar.gz file for uploading via the paper