EWADE on the Web
EWADE on the Web
Presentations from READ/EWADE 2020
and Open Access Papers
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Find here only the presentations and papers with selected aircraft design related topics from READ/EWADE 2020.
The presentations have been published and archived with a DOI at EWADE's Community on the ZENODO Repository of the EU.
Find here only the seven selected presentations from 2020 published by EWADE on Zenodo.
Presentations and Papers
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The presentations are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY)
Journal AEATFurthermore 13 presentations were converted to journal papers and were published at Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology (AEAT) in the Special Issue: Research & Education in Aircraft Design (READ/EWADE Symposium) in Vol. 93 (2021), Iss. 9. Unfortunately, only two of the papers are available Open Access. They are included in the table above.
The Guest Editorial was written by Prof. Dr. Tomasz Goetzendorf-Grabowski. The editorial also gives a summary of the workshop. See the abridged version of the editorial on this site.
READ's ProceedingsMore papers and the abstracts from READ/EWADE2020 can be found on READ's page, which is archived here.
Archiving StrategyWe have an EWADE Archiving Strategy! Starting with EWADE 2013, documents are stored in PDF/A and archived in Zenodo. Zenodo is a repository made available by the European Union. With PDF/A and Zenodo documents should be available, discoverable, and reproducible for the next decades (or even centuries):
Available (stored): Long term archiving is done via Zenodo by the European research center CERN. Data is stored in CERN's Data Center. Both data files and metadata are kept in multiple online replicas and are backed up to tape every night. (See FAQ).
Discoverable (citable): The internationally known Digital Object Identifier (DOI) is used. The DOI is a code (example: 10.5281/zenodo.18916) and a respective persistent link (example: http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.18921). With help of this adaptable link the storage location of the document will be found even if the storage location might change. In this case the DOI is from Zenodo. Zenodo is member of DataCite which registers the DOI for each upload and keeps the link from the DOI to the data at Zenodo.
Reproducible (readable): Documents have to be stored in a sustainable format that allows the document to be read in years to come. Today this is by no means assured. On the contrary, it is feared that our decade will become known as the "Digital Dark Age". The solution is to use the PDF/A standard. The standard ensures documents can be reproduced using whatever available software in the future. A key requirement of PDF/A towards reproducibility is to have all the information necessary for proper display of the document embedded in the file, no encryption, and no password protection on the document.
Authors can find hints on how to produce PDF/A for EWADE on Information for Authors: Producing PDF/A.
Last update: 12 February 2022
Internet-Presentation: Scholz http://www.ProfScholz.de