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Old   October 24, 2019, 16:32
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I am filing my dissertation and need some image reproduction permissions. These were easy to get through the Copyright Clearance Center that links from each journal article for anything but JFM. The dropdown that appears only allows the user to request permission to reproduce a text excerpt or the full text. All other journals have figure as an option. Has anyone run into this? I emailed Cambridge University Press and they referred me back to the copyright.com Clearance Center who has not answered my inquiry. Can you really not reproduce images from JFM in a dissertation? Is there something about the process that I am missing?
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After getting bounced around a few times, here is the email I wrote to customercare@copyright.com

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Hello,

I am having trouble requesting permission to reproduce figures from any Journal of Fluid Mechanics articles in my dissertation, as the only options in the Clearance Center are 'full text' and 'text excerpt'. I was hoping you could assist me in requesting permission for the following images. I contacted Cambridge University Press to ask them directly and they referred me back to this specific email address because they no longer handle direct permission requests. 

Figure 5 from Duguet, Yohann, Philipp Schlatter, and Dan S. Henningson. "Formation of turbulent patterns near the onset of transition in plane Couette flow." Journal of Fluid Mechanics 650 (2010): 119-129.

Figure 1 and Figure 4 from Pringle, Chris CT, Ashley P. Willis, and Rich R. Kerswell. "Minimal seeds for shear flow turbulence: using nonlinear transient growth to touch the edge of chaos." Journal of Fluid Mechanics 702 (2012): 415-443.

Figure 2 from Wygnanski, Israel J., and F. H. Champagne. "On transition in a pipe. Part 1. The origin of puffs and slugs and the flow in a turbulent slug." Journal of Fluid Mechanics 59.2 (1973): 281-335.

Figure 7 from Nishi, Mina, et al. "Laminar-to-turbulent transition of pipe flows through puffs and slugs." Journal of Fluid Mechanics 614 (2008): 425-446

Figure 15 from Wedin, Hakan, and Rich R. Kerswell. "Exact coherent structures in pipe flow: travelling wave solutions." Journal of Fluid Mechanics 508 (2004): 333-371.


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A reply came 6 days later from rights@cambridge.org :

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Dear louie14,

1 Figure from:  DUGUET, Y., SCHLATTER, P., & HENNINGSON, D. (2010). Formation of turbulent patterns near the onset of transition in plane Couette flow. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 650, 119-129 © Cambridge University Press 2010

2 Figures from: Pringle, C., Willis, A., & Kerswell, R. (2012). Minimal seeds for shear flow turbulence: Using nonlinear transient growth to touch the edge of chaos. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 702, 415-443 © Cambridge University Press 2012

1 Figure from:  Wygnanski, I., & Champagne, F. (1973). On transition in a pipe. Part 1. The origin of puffs and slugs and the flow in a turbulent slug. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 59(2), 281-335 © 1973 Cambridge University Press

1 Figure from: NISHI, M., ÜNSAL, B., DURST, F., & BISWAS, G. (2008). Laminar-to-turbulent transition of pipe flows through puffs and slugs. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 614, 425-446 © Cambridge University Press 2008

1 Figure from: WEDIN, H., & KERSWELL, R. (2004). Exact coherent structures in pipe flow: Travelling wave solutions. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 508, 333-371 © 2004 Cambridge University Press

Thank you for your request to reproduce the above material in your forthcoming PhD thesis, for non-commercial publication. Cambridge University Press are pleased to grant non-exclusive permission, free of charge, for this specific one time use, on the understanding you have checked that we do not acknowledge any other source for the material. This permission does not include the use of copyright material owned by any party other than the authors. Consent to use any such material must be sought by you from the copyright owner concerned.

Please ensure full acknowledgement appears in your work.

Should you wish to publish your work commercially in the future, please reapply.

Further information can be found on our website at the following link: http://www.cambridge.org/about-us/rights-permissions/permissions/

Kind regards,

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In truth, I had already submitted my dissertation for publication by the time that email came. I was relieved nonetheless.

Hope this helps. Congrats on being done!
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