Page 48 - Winter2018
P. 48

From Sputnik to SpaceX
Tsutsumi, S., Kato, S., Fukuda, K., Takaki, R., and Ui, K. (2009). Effect of de- flector shape on acoustic field of launch vehicle at liftoff. In Proceedings of the 47th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting including The New Horizons Fo- rum and Aerospace Exposition, Orlando, FL, January 5-8, 2009, p. 328.
Tsutsumi, S., Maruyama, S., Sarae, W., Terashima, K., Hiraiwa, T., and Ishii, T. (2016). Development of aero-vibro acoustics meth- ods for predicting acoustic environment inside payload fairing at lift-off. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140, 3096.
Varnier, J. (2001). Experimental study and simulation of rocket engine free jet noise. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Journal 39, 1851-1859.
Viswanathan, K., Spalart, P. R., Czech, M. J., Garbaruk, A., and Shur, M. (2012). Tailored nozzles for jet plume control and noise reduction. Ameri- can Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Journal 50, 2115-2134.
  CarolineP.Lubertisaprofessorofmath- ematics at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA. She obtained her de- gree in mathematics and her PhD in en- gineering from the University of Exeter, Devon, UK. Her aeroacoustics laboratory focuses on the noise emitted by turbulent
 Coanda wall jets, which are used in a multitude of industrial applications but, unfortunately, also often produce unwant- ed and harmful noise. Her research has recently focused on modeling the turbulence-generated noise emitted during lift- off of the Antares rocket, which resupplies the International Space Station and launches from Wallops Island, VA.
 NEWS from the Acoustical Society Foundation Fund
New James E. West Scholarship Fund
For over 25 years, The Society has sponsored a fellow- ship with the goal of supporting minority students in their pursuit of graduate-level degrees in acoustics. To be eligible for the fellowship, the applicant must have permanent residency or citizenship in the US or Canada and must also be a member of a minority group that is underrepresented in the sciences. This Fellowship ful- fills the highest goals of the Society. In the past, this fel- lowship has been funded each year out of ASA’s operat- ing budget.
At the recent ASA meeting in Minneapolis, the Ex- ecutive Council took action to assure the permanent support of the Fellowship by providing funds to the ASA Foundation Fund for long-term endowment.
The Foundation is set up for just this purpose and is pleased to be able to serve the Society in this manner.
The Fellowship will herewith be known as the James E. West Fellowship in honor of James E. West, former President of ASA, who was also a recipient of the Na- tional Medal of Technology and Innovation, and an elected member of the National Academy of Engineer- ing. Naming the Fellowship in this manner gives honor to leadership of ASA. Additional contributions can be directed to the Fund in Dr. West’s honor.
James H. Miller
Chair, Acoustical Society Foundation Board
   Mission of the Acoustical Society Foundation Board:
To support the mission of the ASA by developing financial resources for strategic initiatives and special purposes.
 ASFF For more information, contact James H. Miller at
 46 | Acoustics Today | Winter 2018

   46   47   48   49   50