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Unformatted text preview: Reference Format Note: Authors must reference the original source of a work, not a secondary source. All references must be complete prior to acceptance of a manuscript. The following list gives examples of commonly lacking information: Names of publishers (for books and proceedings) and their locations. Proceedings require the same information as other books. Inclusive page numbers or (for books) chapters. Complete journal names (no abbreviations unless part of actual title). Journal volume and issue numbers (or months). Locations of companies, universities, and societies in reports and papers. The DOI (Digital Object Identifier) should be incorporated in every reference for which it is available. A DOI is an identifier of intellectual property entities on digital networks. It provides a system for persistent identification and interoperable exchange of managed information. The use of DOIs as identifiers makes the management of intellectual property in a network environment easy and convenient and allows the construction of automated services and transactions. For more information on DOIs and their value, visit or For all references: Spell out everything except AIAA, NASA, NACA, AGARD, and NATO; months may be abbreviated. All references must be numbered and cited in numerical order in the text. Classified or export-restricted references, personal/private communications, and personal Web sites are not permitted. A reference that is not reliably available is of no use to readers. List all authors. Follow these examples for format: Chapter in a Book: [1] Turner, M. J., Martin, H. C., and Leible, R. C., "Further Development and Applications of Stiffness Method," Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis, 1st ed., Vol. 1, Wiley, New York, 1963, pp. 610. Journal Article: [2] Bhutta, B. A., and Lewis, C. H., "Large-Angle-of-Attack Viscous Hypersonic Flows over Complex Lifting Configurations," Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, published online 30 Nov. 1989; Vol. 27, No. 2, 1990, pp. 194204; also AIAA Paper 89-0269, Jan. 1989. [Note: Month acceptable if number is not available.] doi: xx.xxxx/x.xxxxx or (if published only electronically and not yet available in a particular journal issue): [2] Bhutta, B. A., and Lewis, C. H., "Large-Angle-of-Attack Viscous Hypersonic Flows over Complex Lifting Configurations," Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, published online 30 Nov. 1989. doi: xx.xxxx/x.xxxxx Proceedings/Transactions Articles: [3] Blottner, F. G., "Prediction of Electron Density in the Boundary Layer of Entry Vehicles with Ablation," The Entry Plasma Sheath and Its Effects on Space Vehicle Electromagnetic Systems, NASA SP-252, Vol. 1, Oct. 1970, pp. 219240. [4] Wirin, W. B., "Space Debris 1989," Proceedings of the Thirty-Second Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, AIAA, Washington, DC, 1990, pp. 184196. Company Report: [5] Bhutta, B. A., and Lewis, C. H., "PNS Predictions of External/Internal Hypersonic Flows for NASP Propulsion Applications," VRA, Inc., VRA-TR-90-01, Blacksburg, VA, June 1990. NASA Report: [6] Miner, E. W., and Lewis, C. H., "Hypersonic Ionizing Air Viscous Shock-Layer Flows over Nonanalytic Blunt Bodies," NASA CR-2550, May 1975. Meeting Paper: [7] Bhutta, B. A., and Lewis, C. H., "Aerothermodynamic Performance of 3-D and BentNose RVs under Hypersonic Conditions," AIAA Paper 90-3068, Aug. 1990. [8] Hobbs, D. E., "Experimental Investigation of Compressor Cascade Wakes," American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Paper 82-GT-299, April 1982. AIAA Book Series: [9] Sutton, K., "Air Radiation Revisited," Thermal Design of Aeroassisted Orbital Transfer Vehicles, edited by H. F. Nelson, Vol. 96, Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics, AIAA, New York, 1985, pp. 419441. Electronic Media: [10] von Hippel, T., "Contribution of White Dwarfs to Cluster Masses," Astronomical Journal [online], Vol. 114, No. 4, 1998, pp. 15361542, http://www.journals.uchicago. edu/AJ/journal/contents/v115n4.html [retrieved 13 April 1998]. [11] Richard, J. C., and Fralick, G. C., "Use of Drag Probe in Supersonic Flow," AIAA Journal on Disc [CD-ROM], Vol. 1, No. 2, Disc 1, AIAA, Reston, VA, 1996. [12] Vickers, A., "10110 mm/hr Hypodermic Gravity Design A," Rainfall Simulation Database [online database], [retrieved 15 March 1998]. Anonymous Report: [13] "Equations, Tables, and Charts for Compressible Flow," NACA Rept. 1135, 1953. [Note: Include month if available.] ...
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