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来稿要求及注意事项:

1.论文应具有创新性、学术性、准确性、规范性和可读性。

2.具有学科前沿的科研论文优先刊登,来稿要求重点突出、论点明确、条理清楚、数据可靠、文字精练。

3.来稿不可一稿多投。欢迎广大高等院校及科研院所博士生和老师踊跃投稿。如果硕士生投稿,务必请导师严格把关后再投稿,同时,提供导师联系方式。投稿请至系统:http://dhdy.cbpt.cnki.net/, 下载作者登记表register.doc 和稿件一起上传至系统。

  

详细要求如下:

 

1.论文必须包括(1)论文题目;(2)作者姓名(作者姓名后加上中文名字,如ZHANG Hua-de (张华德));(3)作者单位;(4)摘要和关键词;(5)正文;(6)结论;(7)参考文献。在文稿首页页脚处写明论文由何科研项目资助以及项目编号等。 

2.论文题目的文字要简练通顺。

3.论文摘要尽量写成报道性摘要,包括目的、方法、结果和结论四部分,字数在100words左右。摘要不分段,也不引用文献。摘要应具有独立性和自含性,采用第三人称的写法。不可使用本文作者等作为主语,时态最好采用现在时态。关键词选词要准确、规范,能代表文中的主要内容,关键词一般38个。

4.正文部分应有大标题,如Introduction, Experimental, Results and Discussion, Conclusion等等,Introduction标题不排序,一级、二级、三级等采用“1”“1.1”“1.1.1”等。 

5.论文中的单位及变量符号采用SI制的国家单位,已废弃的单位不可使用,如长度单位用mkm,不能用英寸,重量单位用g, kg,不能用英镑等等,物理量(变量)用斜体,向量、矩阵用黑斜体,变量中的上下角标应注明,是数字的上下角标不用斜体。 

6.文中的TableFigure应放在文中的适当之处,用Table 1Fig. 1等表示,先见文字后见图表,不要放在文章的最后,同一内容用表就不可再用图,图表不可并用,并提供清晰的制版图。 

7.参考文献(References)引用主要的并与论文内容密切相关的文献,注出的文献应在文章中标注出,出现的顺序按参考文献的顺序在文章中出现,标注方法为用方括号将文献号码括起来标在右上方,引用的参考文献应是在国内外正式出版的最新的学术论文、图书、会议论文、技术报告、专利文献、学位论文等,未正式出版或未发表的文献不可引用。参考文献的著录格式如下:

1)期刊:  [序号] 作者.题名[J].期刊名称,出版年份,卷号(期号):页-.

2)书:   [序号] 作者.书名[M].版次(初版不写),出版单位,出版地点,出版年份:页-.

3)会议论文:[序号] 作者.论文名[C].会议名,会议地点,年份:页-.

4)专利文献:[序号] 专利申请者或所有者. 专利题名: 专利国别, 专利编号[P]. 公告日期或公布日期.

5)学位论文:[序号] 作者. 文章名[D]. 地点: 学校名称, 年份: 页-页.

 (6)
国际、国家标准:[序号] 标准编号,标准名称[S].

 (7)
电子文献:[序号] 作者.电子文献题名[电子文献类型/标识](类型:数据库用DB,计算机程序用CP,电子公告用EB;标识:磁带用MT,磁盘用DK,光盘用CD,联机网络用OL.(发表或更新日期)[引用日期].电子文献的出处或网址.建议在网址和相应的文献间建立起超链接.

注:文献作者3名以内全部列出,4名以上则列前3名,后加et al.多个作者中间用逗点或and相连。期刊名用斜体,卷号用黑体。

附:英文版投稿模板English_sample.doc  

Information for Authors

General
Papers submitted for publication should be new publications. Prior Publication in Conference proceedings of an abstract, summary, or other abbreviated, preliminary form of an abstract, summary, or other abbreviated, preliminary form of material shall not preclude publication in this journal when notice of such prior or concurrent publication given at the same time of submission. Papers should cover scientific and technical subjects, and they may report fundamental theoretical or experimental investigations, developments in textiles and related disciplines. All papers are refereed to ensure quality.

Manuscripts
The typical length of papers is between 5 to 10 pages of the Journal (3 000 to 5 000 words), but longer papers are acceptable when this is needed for a proper presentation of the material. When possible, illustrations should also be supplied on disk, preferably as a separate file from the text. Disks should be clearly marked with the name (s) of the authors and the file name, together with the version of the software being used. Disks should be sent with the final revised manuscript, and not the original submission. Material submitted for consideration by the editor should be addressed to Journal of Donghua University, 1882 west Yan-an Road, Shanghai, 200051, China.

Copyright
The submission of a paper will imply that, if accepted for publication, it will not be published elsewhere in the same form, in any language, without the consent of the Publisher. Requests for permission to reproduce illustrations or extracts from the text should be addressed to the Journal. Authors may reproduce the whole or part of their papers for use in their personal teaching or technical work, and may include illustrations or extracts from their work in books or reviews articles that they write.

Arrangements of papers
You should arrange your contribution in the following order:
1 Paper title, author's name, affiliation, full postal address. Affiliations and address of co-authors should be clearly
indicated. The title should be short, specific and informative. Acknowledement of financial support may be given if
appropriate.
2 Self-contained abstract of approximately 100 words, outlining in a single paragraph the aims, scope and conclusions of
the paper; four keywords or so, for indexing purposes.
3 The text, suitably divided under headings.
4 Acknowledgements (if any).
5 References (double spaced, and following the journal style).
6 Appendix (if any).

Style of text
Subdivide your paper in the simplest way possible, consistent with clarity. Headings and subheadings for different sections of the paper should be clearly indicated. Do not number the sections. Ensure that all figures and tables are mentioned in the text, and that all references are cited in number order. The presentation of tables, graphs and formulae should be kept to an absolute minimum and where possible the results from a series of investigations should be in table form or as a graph. The same data should not be presented in both tables and figures or given in the text. The preferred positions for all figures and tables should be indicated in the manuscript by the authors.

Units and abbreviations
All measurements and data should be given in SI units, or if SI units do not exist, in an internationally accepted unit. Use of symbols and abbreviations must in general conform with that of ISO 31: specification for Quantities, Units, and Symbols.

Mathematical and technical setting
Equations should be numbered consecutively with Arabic numerals in parentheses on the right hand side of the page. The meaning of all symbols should be explained in the text where they first occur. Journal style for letter symbols is as follows: variables, italic type; constants, roman type; matrices and vectors, bold type.

Tables
Tables should be numbered consecutively in Arabic numerals, and given a suitable caption. All table columns should have an explanatory heading, and, where appropriate, Units of measurement. Avoid the use of vertical rules. Tables should not duplicate results presented elsewhere in the manuscript, e.g, in graphs. A table is usually more effective than a graph or a paragraph of text for recording data.

Illustrations
All graphs, photographs, diagrams and other drawings should be referred to as Figures and numbered consecutively in Arabic numerals. Illustrations should be provided in camera ready form, suitable for reduction without touching. They will be photographically reduced in size, typically to fit one or two columns of the Journal (approximately 80 or 170 mm), and this should be borne in mind to ensure that lines and lettering remain clear and do not break up on reduction. The minimum amount of descriptive text should be used on graphs and drawings; label curves, etc. with single-letter symbols (i.e. a, b, c, etc. ) and place descriptive matter in the figure caption. Scale grids should not be used in graph unless required for actual measurements. Graph axes should be labeled with the variable written out in full, along the length of the axis, with the unit in parentheses (for example, length of sample (mm)). Lower case letters should be used throughout, with an initial capital letter for the first word only. Line original drawings on the tracing paper or white art paper. All required lettering and labeling should be marked on the photograph. Please note that photocopies of photographs are not acceptable. Color photographs are not acceptable. Authors should note that illustrations will not be returned unless specifically requested.

References
In the text, indicate reference to the literature by superior Arabic numerals in brackets which run consecutively through the paper. If you cite a reference more than once in the text, use the same number each time. Reference should follow the style in the Journal. Please ensure that references are complete, i.e., that they include, where relevant, author's name, journal or book title, year of publication, volume number (issue number), page number. If in doubt, please include all available information.