Da: Elsevier Journals [matscieng@els001.email-reaction.net]
Inviato: 23 April 2008 12:19
A: massimo.garai@mail.ing.unibo.it
Oggetto: Congratulations - You are one of our Most Cited Authors

Congratulations - You are one of our Most Cited Authors

Dear M. Garai, 

I am pleased to inform you, as corresponding author, that your article A simple empirical model of polyester fibre materials for acoustical applications, M. Garai, F. Pompoli, Volume 66 (2005), Issue 12, Pages 1383-1398 is one of the most cited articles from for the years 2002 to 2005*.

The popularity of your work suggests that it is of particular interest and value to researchers in the field, and we are delighted that you chose to publish it in our journal.

Congratulations again and we hope that you will continue to submit your articles to  Applied Acoustics.

Yours sincerely,

Chris Greenwell
Publisher,  Applied Acoustics

P.S. I would like to encourage you to share this news with the co-authors of your paper.

* Criteria for selection: 10 most cited articles for each year. Self citations not taken into account. Data source: www.scopus.com.

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