Flow Induced Noise and Vibration Issues and Aspects (FLINOVIA II)
Stephen Hambric and Amanda Hanford, Penn State CAVElena Ciappi, CNR-INSEAN (Italy)Paul Donovan, Secretary General I-INCEJenni Evans, Director Penn State Institute for CyberScience
CAVOrganizers and Sponsors
Organizers: Stephen Hambric and Amanda Hanford, Penn State Sergio DeRosa and Francesco Franco, University of Naples, Italy Elena Ciappi, CNR-INSEAN, Italy Jean-Louis Guyader, INSA de Lyon, France Randolph C.K. Leung, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Elena Ciappi, INSEAN, Rome, Italy
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Few Historical Infos
In Spring-Summer 2012 Sergio (De Rosa) and myself decided toorganize an event focused on fluid-structure interaction problems.
We involved Francesco (Franco) and together we started to focuson the target.
Finally, we shared the idea with some colleagues and the Committeewas:
Elena Ciappi, CNR-INSEAN, Marine Technology Research Institute,National Research Council of Italy.
Sergio De Rosa and Francesco Franco, Department of IndustrialEngineering Aerospace Section, Universit di Napoli Federico II.
Jean-Louis Guyader, Laboratoire Vibrations Acoustique, INSA-Lyon.
Stephen A. Hambric, Center for Acoustics and Vibration,Pennsylvania State University.
Randolph C.K. Leung, Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
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There are many conferences dealing with flow induced vibrations,structural acoustics, etc.
A completely different structure and organization.
FLINOVIA should be (and hopefully will be) the opportunity todiscuss and analyze scientific experiences.
The presentations should be long-lasting talks enough to openpotential dialogues or information exchanges among the scientists.
The audience could have an important role in contributingsignificantly to the scientific discussion.
No registration fees (no commercial interests): the event is fullysupported by the institutions.
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A Good Beginning
The first international symposium on Flow Induced Noise andVibration Issues and Aspects was held in November 2013 over 3 daysin Rome, hosted by the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR).
The opening lecture was given by William K. Blake.
There were 16 contributors from Italy, France, Sweden, UnitedStates of America, Canada, and China.
The scientific content truly spanned most issues and aspects of flowinduced vibration and noise (innovative experimental techniques,computational methods, reduced order models, etc.).
More than 100 people including many PHD students and post-docresearchers, industry delegates, IT Navy etc. attended this firstsymposium edition.
The first FLINOVIA was a great opportunity to gather together a diverse group of international investigators of flow-induced vibrations
and noise in an intimate setting, with a single continuous session.
This workshop model allowed for intense discussion among all participants, both during the presentations, and during breaks
and social events.
Having received many positive feedback regarding the organization and the structure of FLINOVIA, we decided to propose a second edition (thanks to Steve and PSU) and hopefully, in the future,
a third one
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The Book No proceedings; the speakers are strongly invited
to submit a paper to be collected successively in aresearch book. The Committee serves as EditorialBoard.
This second phase is important as the Symposium.
The first issue was completed in June 2014 and wasavailable on 24 November 2014: 16 chapters + apreface.
Up to date, there has been a total of 8770 chapterdownloads (more than 500 downloads per chapter).
The book was one of the top 50% downloadedebooks in the relevant Springer Collection for 2015and 2016.
All speakers and attendees received a free copy of the
Paul Donovan, Secretary General, International Institute for Noise Control Engineering
International Institute of Noise Control Engineering (I-INCE)
Raj SinghVP, Technical Activities, I-INCE
Academy Professor, The Ohio State University, USAEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
I-INCE web site: i-ince.org
Mission Inter-Noise Congress (annual) I-INCE Symposia Young Professionals Program
Founded in 1974 Worldwide consortium: Organizations concerned
with noise control, acoustics and vibration Primary focus: Unwanted sounds and vibrations
producing such sounds; engineering control INTER-NOISE Congress on Noise Control
Engineering (typically 700 to 1100 papers)2014 Melbourne, Australia2015 San Francisco, USA2016 Hamburg, Germany2017 Hong Kong2018 Chicago, USA2019 Madrid, Spain
Mission of I-INCE
Technical initiatives: On critically-importantnoise and vibration control issues ofinternational concern
Publishes: Quarterly magazine Noise/NewsInternational (NNI) jointly with INCE/USA
Provides access to: Over 10,000 inter-noisecongress proc. papers (in collaboration withINCE/USA)
Leadership role: Formulation of global noisepolicies
Technical Activities and Publications
I-INCE Symposium (2014): Cost-Benefit AnalysisNoise Barriers and Quieter Pavements, held at National
Academies in Washington, DC
I-INCE Symposia (2015): Progress on Consumer and Industrial Product Noise Reduction, held at National
Academies in Washington, DC
I-INCE Symposium (2016): Buy Quiet Symposium, held in Hamburg (Germany)
I-INCE Symposium (2017): Flow Induced Noise and Vibration Issues and Aspects (FLINOIVA II) 4000 EUR support from I-INCE
See i-ince.org for call for proposals 4
I-INCE Symposium Series (Recent Ones)
I-INCE Grants for Young Professionals (since 2010) 120 I-INCE grants awarded in 7 years since 2010 - out of about
250 applications Number of countries represented: 38 Countries Total Allocation by I-INCE for 9 years (2010-2019) = 88,500 EUR
Mentoring Workshop at INTER-NOISE Congress
Engage young professionals Professional mentoring issues (or
case studies) presented by worldrenowned experts
Informal discussions betweenyoung professionals and I-INCEleaders
Jenni EvansPenn State Institute for Cyberscience
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Jenni EvansDirector, Institute for CyberScienceProfessor of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science
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The ICS Mission:
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Regular events of cross-disciplinary interest
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30 talks from a diverse international community
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Time Session0840 1000 Flow
Forcing Functions (4)1000 1040 Coffee
1040 1200 Flow Sound Sources (4)
1200 1320 Lunch
1320 1500 Flow Experiments (5)
1500 1540 Coffee
1540 1700 Flow Numerical Methods (4)
1700 1800 Break
1800 2100 Evening Social Caf Laura
Time Session0840 1000 Vibroacoustic Response
Numerical Methods (4)1000 1040 Coffee
1040 1200 Vibroacoustic Response Innovative Applications (4)
1200 1320 Lunch
1320 1500 Vibroacoustic Response Experiments (5)
1500 1520 Closing and Coffee