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Aeroacoustics Research in Europe – 2021 Highlights
Call for Contributions

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1. Please name the country (ies) responsible for this highlight
2. Name of your CEAS-ASC National Representative (NFP)
3. Email address of your CEAS-ASC National Representative (NFP)

You may submit only one "highlight" contribution although you may be a co-author of someone else's contribution.

5. Your email address
6. Name of your institution
7. Please indicate into which of the following categories your contribution falls:
8. Title of your contribution
9. Has your contribution, or part of it, previously been published in an edition of Aeroacoustics Research in Europe –  Highlights? Yes
No

10. Has your contribution, or part of it, already been published (or been accepted for publication) in a peer reviewed journal?

This is a requirement*.

 

*Exceptions may be allowed (e.g. AIAA/CEAS Conference papers) through consultation with your NFP and Highlights editors.

Yes
No

10a. If you have answered yes to the question above, then please provide the DOI of the main journal publication on which this highlight is based. Failure to provide a DOI will most probably result in rejection of your contribution.

11. Summary of Highlight: Standard

If your contribution is standard, please type/paste the text of your contribution into this field (2000 character limit).

Refer to your equations as \ref{eqt1}, \ref{eqt2}, \ref{eqt3} etc.. See 13. below.

 

Refer to your references within the text as \cite{ref_surname_1}, \cite{ref_surname_2}, \cite{ref_surname_3} etc..

e.g. \cite{ref_Bennett_1}, \cite{ref_Bennett_2} etc. See 14. below.

You are required to edit your contribution down to a maximum of 2000 characters (approx. 300 words). Please note that the software will only allow 2000 characters and additional characters will be deleted. If your contribution is curtailed or is badly edited it will be immediately rejected.

12. Summary of Highlight: EU Project

Alternatively, if your contribution summarises the output from an EU project, please type/paste the text of your contribution into this field instead (4000 character limit).

Refer to your equations as \ref{eqt1}, \ref{eqt2}, \ref{eqt3} etc.. See 13. below.

 

Refer to your references within the text as \cite{ref_surname_1}, \cite{ref_surname_2}, \cite{ref_surname_3} etc..

e.g. \cite{ref_Bennett_1}, \cite{ref_Bennett_2} etc. See 14. below.

You are required to edit your contribution down to a maximum of 4000 characters (approx. 600 words). Please note that the software will only allow 4000 characters and additional characters will be deleted. If your contribution is curtailed or is badly edited it will be immediately rejected.

12a. If your contribution summarises the output from an EU project (Q 10) then please enter the name of the EU project and the name of the coordinator. Otherwise, leave blank.

13. Equations.

Equations within the text of your contribution are discouraged but, if required, should be kept to a minimum.

Enter equations here. They must be in Latex form, e.g.

\begin{equation}\label{eqt1}
St \equiv \frac{f L}{U} \approx \frac{n-\alpha}{M + \frac{1}{\kappa}}
\end{equation}

The label in the Latex form in this example, eqt1, should match the reference in your highlight contribution.

 

14. References.

A relevant but limited number of references (typically less than five) may be included here. This list must include prior publication of this highlight. This will allow the interested reader to learn more about the research. If you do not include the reference to the paper on which this highight is based the submission will be rejected.

Enter references here. They must be in Latex form, e.g.

@article{ref_surname_1,
title = {Aerodynamic noise reduction using dual-jet planar air curtains},
volume = {432},
pages = {192--212},
issn = {0022460X},
url = {https://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0022460X18303985},
doi = {10.1016/j.jsv.2018.06.036},
journal = {Journal of Sound and Vibration},
author = {Zhao, Kun and Alimohammadi, Sajad and Okolo, Patrick N. and Kennedy, John and Bennett, Gareth J.},
month = oct,
year = {2018},
}

For Conference papers use the @inproceedings option and include the AIAA Paper number in the "series" argument

@inproceedings{ref_surname_2,
title={Modal deconvolution method in a finite circular duct, using flush-mounted microphones},
author={Fauqueux, S. and Davy, R.},
booktitle={24th {AIAA/CEAS} Aeroacoustics Conference},
year={2018},
series = {{AIAA} 2018-3927},
publisher={AIAA},
address={Atlanta, Georgia},
doi = {10.2514/6.2018-3927}
}

The labels in the Latex forms in these examples, e.g. ref_surname_1, ref_surname_2, should match the reference in the text of your highlight contribution.

15. Please enter the names and contact details of the author(s) of this contribution. Include an email address for the lead author. Examples:


Written by Gar Bennett: gareth.bennett@tcd.ie, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, Ireland.

or


Written by M.Pott-Pollenske: michael.pott-pollenske@dlr.de, J.Delfs, DLR, Germany, A.Büscher, Airbus S.A., Germany, J. Reichenberger, EADS-IW, Germany.

16. Figures-optional. Email separately.

 

Figures associated with your contribution are encouraged but limited to no more than 4, ideally less. Within the text of your submission, refer to your figures as \ref{fig_surname_1}, \ref{fig_surname_2}, \ref{fig_surname_3} etc.. E.g. "As shown in Fig. \ref{fig_surname_1}". Then email each figure separately as an attachment: one figure per attached file. Name each of the attached files as: fig_surname_1, fig_surname_2, fig_surname_3 etc. as they appear in your contribution.

Email the attached files to gareth.bennett@tcd.ie. Please put Aeroacoustics Research in Europe – 2021 Highlights in the subject of the email and include the title of your contribution in the body of the email text so we can associate your files with your contribution.

 

Nota Bene:

  1. The figures must be submitted in accordance to the requirements of the journal. A general guideline on submitting graphics can be found at this address: http://www.elsevier.com/artworkinstructions.
  2. The following image formats are accepted: JPG, JPEG, EPS, PDF, TIF, TIFF, EPS but NOT PNG and should adhere to the guidelines of JSV.
  3. Graphics/Digital Photographs must be clear and of a high resolution. Keep in mind that the size of the figure is likely to be reduced, i.e. use sufficiently large symbols and notations.
  4. Figures not submitted in accordance with these requirements will result in your contribution being immediately rejected.
  5. Do not include the captions with the figures but rather enter them below in separate fields.

16a. Associated caption for figure 1

16b. Associated caption for figure 2

16c. Associated caption for figure 3

16d. Associated caption for figure 4

17. Any additional comments to National Representative

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