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GUIDE de PRESENTATION 

TYPESCRIPTS

Submission of an article to the REVUE INTERNATIONALE D'HELIOTECHNIQUE will be taken to imply that it describes an original work not previously published, that it is not being considered elsewhere for publication, and that if accepted for publication it will not be published elsewhere in the same form, in any language, without the consent of editor and publisher. It is a condition of the acceptance by the editor of a typescript for publication that the publishers acquire automatically the copyright in the typescript throughout the world. Length: the maximum length is 6 pages (style: word (taille 11), interligne: 1.5,  une colonne) . Short communications will be accepted and should be identified as such.

ORGANIsATION  OF  THE  PaperS

Style: Standard format in presentation of material, under such headings as ABSTRACT, INTRODUCTION, EXPERIMENTAL, RESULTS,  CONCLUSIONS and REFERENCES.

Language: French or English language will be accepted.

Abstract: Each paper requires an abstract of 100-150 words summarizing the significant results coverage and findings. Short communications do not require an abstract

FIGURES

All figures should be numbered with consecutive Arabic numbers, have descriptive captions, and be mentioned in the text.

 EQUATIONS AND FORMULAE (MATHEMATICAL)

Mathematical equations should be typewritten, with subscripts and superscripts clearly shown. It is helpful to

identify unusual or ambiguous symbols when they first occur. To simplify typesetting, please use (1) the "exp"

form of complex exponential functions, (2) fractional exponents instead of root signs; and (3) the solidus (/) to simplify fractions.

 TABLES

Number tables consecutively with Arabic numerals and give each a clear descriptive caption at the top. Avoid the use of vertical rules in tables.

 UNITS

Metric units are preferred. If others are used, they should conform to standard practice. Acceptable abbreviations of units are given in the Style Manual of the Institute of Physics and similar publications.

 REFERENCES AND NOTES

References and notes are indicated in the text by consecutive superior Arabic numbers (without parentheses). The full list should be collected and typed at the end of the paper in numerical order. Listed references should be complete in all details including, in quotation marks, article titles in journals. Authors' initials should precede their names; journal title abbreviations should conform to Inspect (Physics Abstracts, etc.) practice. Examples:

[1] Martin J.E., " Materials for Photovoltaic Conversion", Rev. Int. Heliotech.. 44, 225, (1997)

 TEXT HEADINGS

Set first-level headings in the text over to the left, typed all in capitals (upper-case); begin the text on the following line. Second-level headings should be typed in small (lower-case) letters but with all main words capitalized; underline the heading and start the text on the next line. For third-level headings, only the first letter should be a capital; underline, then run on the text after three typewriter spaces.

 FIRST-LEVEL TEXT HEADINGS 
Second-level Text Heading 

Third-level heading With text run on.

 PROOFS

Authors will receive page proofs (including figures) by airmail for correction, which must be returned to the printer within 48 hours of receipt. Please ensure that a full postal address is given on the first page of the manuscript, so that proofs are not delayed in the post.

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