Journal of Sound and Vibration

Abbreviated Title J. Sound Vib.
Publication Cycle 50 issues per year
Scope

The Journal of Sound and Vibration is an independent journal devoted to the prompt publication of original papers reporting the results of experimental and theoretical work providing new information on any aspect of either sound or vibration. It was founded and operates on the premise that the subject of sound and vibration requires a journal available equally to all the many kinds of specialists and practitioners concerned, so that it can maintain constant contact among them and thus make possible timely awareness both of areas of mutual interest and of techniques and discoveries in one area which may be applicable to others. To this end, the Journalís scope is generally inclusive. Specifically, papers on problems in vibration and sound from the engineering, physical, physiological, and psychological disciplines are included; papers on specialized topics such as stress propagation, vibration and/or sound radiation of structures, instrumentation and data analysis in sound and vibration, underwater acoustics, electroacoustics, noise and noise control, environmental aspects of sound and vibration, building acoustics and vibration, and vibroacoustic properties of materials are included: articles of current interest which transcend the usual specialization boundaries, and also articles introducing new fields of research or reviewing progress are included.

Editor Stuart Bolton, Purdue University, IN
Affiliation Institute of Acoustics
Contributions Original Work Only
Review Policy 2 Peer Reviews
ISSN 0022-460X
Reference http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/0022460X