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The DAMAS 2021 special issue of Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing

Some selected outstanding conference papers will be recommended to Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing.

Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing (MSSP) is an interdisciplinary journal in Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering with the purpose of reporting scientific advancements of the highest quality arising from new techniques in sensing, instrumentation, signal processing, modelling and control of dynamic systems. MSSP papers are expected to make a demonstrable original contribution to engineering knowledge, which should be significant in terms of advancement over established methods. Especially sought are papers that include both theoretical and experimental aspects, or that include theoretical material of high relevance to practical applications. MSSP is a leader in its field and research areas covered include:

· Signal processing in machine health monitoring

· Non-stationary and random vibrations

· Time series methods

· Rotor dynamics

· Signal processing in manufacturing/machining

· Powertrains and drivetrains

· Acoustics, waves and SEA

· Control of vibrations and noise

· Structural health monitoring

· Structural identification

· Nonlinear vibrations (including energy harvesting)

· Uncertainty quantification in engineering dynamics

The following research areas are considered to be outside the scope of MSSP:

· Multi-body dynamics and robotics, including control of robots

· Control of vehicles

· Theoretical control - papers better suited to a specialist controls journal

· Theoretical nonlinear dynamics without experimental validation

· Uncertainty quantification with no clearly defined relevance to engineering dynamics

Papers submitted to MSSP should include in the covering letter a clear statement of the original scientific contribution of the work. This should also be stated briefly in the Abstract and expanded upon in the Introduction. Also in the Introduction it is important to clearly define the specific problem treated with all conditions and assumptions made, and to place the contribution in relation to both the historical literature (usually in chronological order) and the state of art. The state of the art should, as much as possible, be summarised and classified but not given as a mere listing of papers. The specific reason(s) for introducing a new method or approach should become clear based on the presented state of the art. Any advantages of proposed methods over established techniques should be explained clearly and in detail, including comparative tests and experimental evidence wherever possible.




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