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  Volume , Oktober 2014    ISSN 1411-1349    JUDUL MAKALAH  Nama pemakalah 1 TITLE (TIMES NEW ROMAN, 14 PT, JUSTIFIED) First author name, second author name, and so on (Times New Roman, 10 pt, line spacing 1, Align Text Left)  Institution name (Times New Roman, 9 pt)  Institution adress (Times New Roman, 9 pt)  First author’s email   (Times New Roman, 9 pt) ABSTRACT (ALL CAPITAL, TIMES NEW ROMAN, 12 PT, ALIGN TEXT LEFT ) TITLE (Times New Roman, 9 pt, Capital, Bold and Italic)  . Abstract is the summary of introduction, aim, method, result, and conclusion so readers can get the essence of this paper. The structure just written in one  paragraph with one column format, and no more than 250 words. The title is begin with capital, bold and italic font and aslo bilingual which is written both in Bahasa and English. Abstract in Bahasa is written first and followed by abstract in English. The abstract is written in Times New Roman, 9 pt, Italic, and single line  spacing. Three to five keywords are mentioned below the abstract, both in Bahasa and English. Keywords are words that mentioned frequently on this manuscript.  Keywords : (Times New Roman 9pt, italic, justified) INTRODUCTION (TIMES NEW ROMAN 12 PT, BOLD) his instruction is written for uniformity and simplicity of the manuscript format, and also to facilitate the publishing on proceeding. Manuscript is written using Word, with Times New Roman    10    pt  , single line spacing ,  justified  . Manuscript is written on two columns format with 1 cm spacing  between columns on A4 paper (210 mm × 297 mm), mirror margin. The title should be brief, informative, and no more than 4 rows. Manuscript consists of 8 sub-sections followed: 1.   Introduction: background, aims of writing, advantages of writing, and scope of problems (overview). 2.   Discussion: Contains of specific problems, theory (literature and opinion), how to solve the  problems, constraint or obstacle in solving the  problems) 3.   Conclusion: (Final of discussion and recomendation (if needed). 4.   Gratitude (if any) 5.   References 6.   Appendix (if any) Sub-section is written in capital  with Times New Roman, 12 pt.  Abbreviation should be written completely on its first writing. Foreign word is written italic . Picture is located symmetrically on column and single line spacing with the paragraph above. Picture is located on the top or the bottom on each page and is not in line with text. If the picture size is beyond the column width, the picture is located with one column format. Picture is located after its referenced on manuscript. Picture is provided with number and is sequenced. Picture caption is located below the picture with single line spacing from the picture. The caption is written 10  pt  , bold   , centered  . If the picture doesn’t fit in 1 column (Figure 1) then it is allowed to fit the picture in 2 columns (Figure 2). Picture 1. MBE 300 keV/20 mA Diagram (latex MBA) T  Volume , Oktober 2014    ISSN 1411-1349   Vol. , Oktober 2014 : 2 Table is written with Times New Roman, 9 pt/10  pt and located with single line spacing below the table title. Table title is written 10 pt (bold) and located above the table with single line spacing from the paragraph above and  justified as the example. Table is located immediately after its referenced. If the table has numerous lanes, it is allowed to use one column format on half or full page. If the table doesn’t fit in 1 column (Table 1) then it is allowed to fit the table in 2 columns (Table 2).  Table 1. Calculation of reliability for various operating time.  Number Operating time (hour) Reliability (R)  1 24 0,999 2 48 0,998 3 120 0,996 4 192 0,994 5 240 0,993 Picture 2. Flue gas treatment using electron beam scheme  Volume , Oktober 2014    ISSN 1411-1349    JUDUL MAKALAH  Nama pemakalah 3 Table 2. MBE power related with absorption dose, temperature, and gas emission removal efficiency (SO 2 and NO X )  Number Gas emission temperature Absorption Dose (kGy) MBE power (kW) Gas emission SO 2  Gas emission NO x    RE = 67,5% (coal quaility 1)  RE   = 52,9% (coal quaility 1) 1. 63 o C 0,13 kGy 5,60 kGy 60,97 2. 65 o C 1,58 kGy 5,60 kGy 60,97 3. 67 o C 3,57 kGy 5,60 kGy 60,97  RE   = 80,6% (coal quaility 2)  RE   = 52,9% (coal quaility 2) 1. 63 o C 0,88 kGy 5,60 kGy 60,97 2. 65 o C 3,84 kGy 5,60 kGy 60,97 3. 67 o C 6,23 kGy 5,60 kGy 67,83  RE   = 85,8% (coal quaility 3)  RE   = 52,9% (coal quaility 3) 1. 63 o C 1,87 kGy 5,60 kGy 60,97 2. 65 o C 5,46 kGy 5,60 kGy 60,97 3. 67 o C 7,77 kGy 5,60 kGy 84,61 DISCUSSION Discussion is provided on this part and directly discuss in specific problems after the overview problems is written before. The discussion has to be complete and comprehensive yet brief. At this part, author is allowed to mention his/ her study result, compare it with another study result and explain the study that has been done. Avoid the irrelevant comparison, and speculation that is not supported by data or fact. If there is an opinion from the author, please emphasize that the opinion is  personal opinion and based on relevant thinking. Discussion result can be displayed in picture, graphic, or table and the explanation is expected immediately if the study is qualitative. Discussion is written with Times New Roman , 10 pt, 1 line spacing, Justified.   CONCLUSION Conclusion must be able to answer the aim and the problem formula. Conclusion is the summary of study result in qualitative/ quantitative. Conclusion is written with Times New Roman , 10 pt, 1 line spacing, Justified.   GRATITUDE In this part, the author can write gratitude for  people or instituion who helped the study. REFERENCES Provided with number as corresponding reference, name is written in capital with no degree. Journal [1]   GUNAWAN S., MAULANA S., ANWAR K., dan WIDJAJA T., Rice bran, a potensial source of biodiesel production in Indonesia.  Industrial Crops and Products  33: 624-628, 2011. Book and part of a book [1]   GUNAWAN S., KASIM N.S., JU Y.H., Soybean oil dedororizer distillate: An integrated isolation and analyses system of its bioactive compounds. In: Jason E. Maxwell (Editor), Soybeans: Cultivation, Uses and Nutrition,  Nova Science Publisher, Inc., New York, U.S.A., p.309. 2011. [2]   AOCS Official Method Ce 3-74, D. Firestone, 5 th  Ed., Tocopherols and Sterols in Soya  Residue  by   GLC, Official Methods and Recommended Practices of the AOCS; American Oil Chemists’ Society: Champaign, IL, U.S.A, 1997. [3]   RUGGIERO, A.G.,  Nuclear Fusion of Proton with Boron , Brookhaven National Laboratory Report BNL-47989, September 1992.    Volume , Oktober 2014    ISSN 1411-1349   Vol. , Oktober 2014 : 4 Internet [1]   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_energy_resources_and_consumption, Accessed on December 18 th , 2008.
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