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Special Issue "The Advances in Fluid Mechanics"
A special issue of Applied Sciences (ISSN 2076-3417). This special issue belongs to the section "Mechanical Engineering".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2022) | Viewed by 17940
Special Issue Editor
Interests: thermal engineering; hydrodynamics; numerical modeling; fluid mechanics; numerical simulation; energy; computational fluid dynamics; turbomachinery; fluid structure interaction; industrial engineering
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Special Issue Information
Dear fluid mechanics community,
The comprehensive use of fluid mechanics has always been of key relevance for the development of human beings though numerous applications from the classical field of engineering, with its different sub-disciplines, to physics or even to medicine by modelling simple or complex flows, including Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids. The progressive implementation of new techniques as computational fluid dynamics (CFD) has experienced a great increase over the last few decades as its use has become more feasible for most experts worldwide.
Generally speaking, the goal of turbulence modeling is to reproduce as accurately as possible these flow physics with a reasonable computational effort. In some cases, turbulence is modeled by the Reynolds Averaged Navier–Stokes (RANS) methods, where the ensemble averaging tends to remove the unsteady part. RANS models generally perform satisfactorily in less complex flows, whereas in more complex scenarios may result inappropriate.
A completely different approach is represented by the so-called large eddy simulation (LES) method, where the large-scale energy-containing eddies are solved directly, while the effects of smaller-scale eddies are simply modeled, resulting in models which are more expensive than RANS models in terms of computational cost.
As Guest Editor, I cordially invite you to present works that rigorously show new concepts, developments, and complete and comment on the state-of-the-art developments in the field, referring to the general phenomenon of fluid mechanics, covering aero/hydrodynamics, CFD, heat transfer and other related fields, to be published in this Special Issue, providing originality, usefulness, clarity, and well-founded conclusions.
Dr. Jesús María Blanco
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- Artificial neuronal network
- computational fluid dynamics (CFD)
- cooling techniques
- flow control
- heat transfer
- interaction fluid-structure
- large eddy simulation (LES)
- offshore applications
- Reynolds Averaged Navier–Stokes (RANS) methods