The December cover of JASA is now available! Check it out:

The cover image is Figures 2, panel c, of “Assessment of modal density and free path distribution in central-planned halls,” by Giulia Fratoni, Massimo Garai, and Dario D’Orazio. ASA Editor-in-Chief Jim Lynch says about the feature article:

Having recently heard an excellent lecture on ‘The Bells of Falmouth’ by retired Woods Hole Oceanographic engineer Ken Peal (yes, that’s the correct name), I became again interested in the modal patterns of bells and nearly circular reflecting rooms. The article ‘Assessment of modal density and free path distribution in central-planned halls,’ by Fratoni et al fits in that category, and presents an interesting acoustic study of three historic nearly circular rooms using both ray and mode theory. This should be a fun article for all acousticians to read.”

Some other research was also highlighted on the December JASA cover:

All the articles from the cover are free to read for a month after the cover is released, so be sure to check them out! You can find the whole issue at https://pubs.aip.org/asa/jasa/issue/154/6.

Dec JASA Cover

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