Special Issue: 85

Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics
for the journal WSEAS Transactions on Applied and Theoretical Mechanics


Prof. Sina Razvarz
Departamento de Control Automatico

Fluid mechanics, especially fluid dynamics, is the branch of applied science with many unsolved or partially solved problems. Fluid mechanics can appear mathematically complicated, and can better be resolved by numerical techniques, usually using computers. Computational fluid dynamics, derived from different disciplines of fluid mechanics and heat transfer is particularly dedicated to these methodologies to solving fluid mechanics and heat transfer problems. The solution to a fluid dynamics problem usually involves computing different characteristics of the fluid, like flow velocity, pressure, density, and temperature, in relation to space and time. This special collection aims to publish original research of scholarly value in theoretical and computational fluid dynamics with an emphasis on its recent advancements and its use in many industrial/academic applications. To this end, we are soliciting original research and survey articles addressing the topics listed below (but not limited to):


- Laminar and turbulent flows
- Flow controller, modeling and stability analysis
- Fluid transients and wave motion
- Flows in biological systems
- Multiphase flows
- Fluid-structure interaction flows
- Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids
- Flows combined with heat transfer
- Steady and unsteady flows
- Boundary layer flows
- Heat and mass transfer
- Computational fluid dynamics
- Nanofluids dynamics
- Thermodynamics analysis
- Pipe network
- Fault detection and control

How to submit:
You can upload your paper via the web site of the particular
WSEAS journal indicating in the Field: "Notes" the title of the Special Issue

Note that the Deadline for Paper submission is 31st December of 2021.
However the organizers review the papers and publish them in a continuous flow. You do not need to wait the acceptance of the other papers in your session to publish your paper. In case that your paper passes the first round of review (some times the second round of review), it can be published if you satisfy the reviewers' comments and remarks and the Editor-in-Chief decides that your paper You do not have to wait the peer review of the other papers in your Session.

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Prof. Nicholas Tritos from Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA, joined us as Associate Editor in our Journal WSEAS Transactions on Biology and Biomedicine

Prof. V.R.Singh Fellow-IEEE/EMBS-IMS, Fellow IET, National Physical Laboratory, India, joined us as Associate Editor in our Journal WSEAS Transactions on Biology and Biomedicine

Prof. George Vachtsevanos, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, joined us as Co-Editor-in-Chief in our Journal WSEAS Transactions on Computers


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