The abstracts should be 1 (one) page in length. The abstracts accepted for presentation will be published in the “Abstract Book” on USB flash drive and issued to participants at the conference.
Note that the abstract for Tribo-lyon2013 must not exceed 1 (one) printed page and the submission can be found in the next section.
Max. 80 mm
Max. 220 mm
In order to get the instructions of formats (i.e. this template file), please go to the Tribo-lyon2013 online web page: http://tribo-lyon2013.sciencesconf.org, click the “Abstract Preparation” on the menu field in the left hand side and follow the instructions. Please, use this template file!
Submission of the abstract
You can fill in this template file and upload it as a Word file: the website will automatically generate a PDF file. You can upload directly a PDF file. The size of your file should be less than 5 MB. The process is complete when the message “Your submission has been saved” appears on the screen.
When finished, please go to the “Submission” > “My submissions” menu and make sure your abstract is well uploaded and the content is ok (special characters, figures, etc.).
Your abstract should be submitted by Mars 1, 2013, via tribo-lyon2013 homepage, http://tribo-lyon2013.sciencesconf.org
The abstract of Tribo-lyon2013 should be prepared in accordance with the instructions listed below:
1. Template: use this template,
2. Total page number: 1 (one),
3. Margins: 20 mm except the middle margin,
4. Submission of the abstract: by Mars 1, 2013, via tribo-lyon2013 homepage,
Notification of acceptance of the abstract is due for April 26th 2013.
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Submission of full length article
After notification of acceptance of your abstract for Tribo-lyon2013, you will be invited to submit a full length article in a special issue of Tribology International or Journal of Engineering Tribology before July 26th 2013.
Submission of the full length article directly to these journals proceeds totally online following the instructions of the Guide for Authors. Links to the journal websites are provided via tribo-lyon2013 website (“Full length paper submission” section).
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Akita, M., “Investigation of the Degradation of Solid Lubricants Exposed to Atomic Oxygen,” Proc. Int. Tribol. Conf., Yokohama 1995, 1, 1996, 235-241.
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