25th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference (Aeroacoustics 2019)
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25th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference (Aeroacoustics 2019)

20 - 24 May 2019
Location: Delft, The Netherlands
Venue: Delft University of Technology


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The 25th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference (Aeroacoustics 2019) is the premier international forum for the field of aeroacoustics. Aeroacoustics 2019 provides an exceptional opportunity for scientists and engineers from industry, government, and academia to exchange knowledge and results of current studies and to discuss directions for future research.

 

Content questions or to request an abstract submission deadline extension, please contact the technical program organizers:

 

Submission Topics

 

The following topics will be discussed:

  • Acoustic/Fluid Dynamics Interactions
  • Active Control of Noise, Vibration and Flows
  • Advanced Testing Techniques
  • Airframe/High-Lift Noise
  • Computational Aeroacoustics
  • Duct Acoustics
  • Emerging Urban Aviation Noise (new since 2018)
  • General Acoustics
  • Integration Effects and Flight Acoustics
  • Interior Noise/Structural Acoustics
  • Jet Aeroacoustics
  • Loads/Sonic Fatigue
  • Propeller, Rotorcraft and V/STOL Noise
  • Sonic Boom
  • Turbomachinery and Core Noise


Special Session

 

The following Special Session is also accepting abstracts in addition to the topic list above. Click the “Submit a Paper” button above and select the desired session as the topic in your submission if you wish to submit an abstract to one of these sessions.

Special Session on IFAR Acoustic Liner Research 
Session Scope: The International Forum for Aviation Research (IFAR) consists of representatives from a number of national research labs and is established to enable information exchange on aviation research activities. One of the IFAR topics of interest is acoustic liner research. The purpose of this special session is to present results of progress achieved via this collaboration and to explore potential topics for further investigation. Specifically, this session will address two acoustic liner challenges. The first is for the comparison of results achieved in multiple labs with similar liners. The second is related to comparisons of 3-D aeroacoustic propagation codes against a benchmark dataset.
Session Contact: Michael G. Jones, NASA Langley Research Center, michael.g.jones@nasa.gov.

 

Student Paper Competition

 

Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to submit papers for consideration in the Aeroacoustics Student Paper Competition. Student papers should report on thesis work conducted by students in collaboration with faculty advisors. The student submitting a paper for consideration must be the primary author, and must have been a student at the time of the preceding AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference. Papers submitted by students must be presented by the primary author at the conference. The award will be selected on the basis of the technical quality of the paper, including its presentation. Papers not received by the student paper submission deadline or not presented by the student at the conference will not be considered for the award.

When submitting the abstract for the paper please select “Student Paper Competition” as the Presentation Type.

 

Technical Presenter Resources

 

Resource Files

Below are links to files useful for individuals who submit abstracts and present technical papers at AIAA forums and conferences. Early in the process, determine the extent of any Government or corporate approvals required for your paper, or visa requirements for travel, to preclude late submissions or paper withdrawals.

 

Journal Publication

AIAA has prior publication rights to any paper presented at its conferences. Authors who are seeking the opportunity for peer-reviewed publication are encouraged to submit their papers for consideration by one of the Institute’s archival journals: AIAA Journal; Journal of Air Transportation; Journal of Aircraft; Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics; Journal of Propulsion and Power; Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets; Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer; and Journal of Aerospace Information Systems. Our journal scopes and article types and author resources can be found here. You may submit your paper to a journal for review before the conference presentation date: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/aiaa.


Other Information

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For more information about technical program development and ScholarOne Abstracts for AIAA Forums, contact:


Haley Cox
Forum Program Coordinator
HaleyC@aiaa.org
+1.703.264.7564