Aim & Scope
Case Studies in Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing (CSMSSP) provides an open-access platform for the dissemination of research outcomes that are usable in industrial engineering practice across a variety of engineering disciplines. The main aim of the journal is to provide the worldwide community of researchers and engineers, active in any fields of mechanical systems and signal processing, with a forum for the rapid publication of short, high-quality contributions, with the emphasis on industrial relevance and applicability. The scope of the journal will cover all aspects relating to the application of modern technologies in the dynamics of mechanical systems, diagnostics and health monitoring, signal acquisition and processing to be reported in the form of case studies.
By highlighting industrially relevant problems and challenges, and showcasing R&D demonstrations and success stories, Case Studies in Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing will contribute to increased industrial awareness of innovation in the application of state-of-art research techniques.
We invite you to join in the debate by contributing a short paper to Case Studies in Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, highlighting an industrial project you have been involved in, or presenting the practical outcome of a research project you have undertaken. We can offer rapid assessment of your work by industry experts and leading academics; unparalleled exposure on our ScienceDirect platform and the opportunity to showcase your innovation or share problems that you have encountered with other research engineers and academics.
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