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Special Issue "Advances in Fluid Dynamics and Nanofluids"
A special issue of Energies (ISSN 1996-1073). This special issue belongs to the section "D3: Nanoenergy".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2023 | Viewed by 3566
Special Issue Editor
2. Laboratoire des Matériaux et Génie Energétique (LMGE), University of 20 août 1955-Skikda, Skikda 21000, Algeria
Interests: modeling and simulation; mathematical physics; fluid dynamics; computational physics; applied mathematics; engineering physics; computer engineering; communication engineering
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Special Issue in Processes: Advances in Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow (2023)
Special Issue Information
Given the massive increase in global energy needs, enhancing heat-transfer capabilities has become an extremely significant task in terms of energy savings considering that over 70% of the energy we utilize today is produced by heat.
The majority of the conventional fluids that are utilized as coolants have poor thermal conductivity, the main disadvantage for heat-transfer enhancement. However, modern technology has overcome this obstacle by providing fluids with solid nanometre-sized particles that improve heat transfer.
Original studies that demonstrate the importance of the proper consideration of heat and mass transfer phenomena in thermal and energy systems to improve their conversion efficiency, design and operating techniques are welcome.
This Special Issue, “Advances in Fluid dynamics and Nanofluids”, is dedicated to experimental, theoretical and computational investigations of the elementary characteristics of transfer phenomena in all aspects of fluid mechanics.
This Special Issue has also been organized to support the International Conference on Energy and Material Sciences EMS'2022, which will be held on November 16–17, 2022 in Skikda, Algeria. EMS'2022 is a global platform for researchers, academics, students and business professionals. We would be honoured if you could participate by sharing your experience with the global audience of energy and material sciences experts.
Prof. Dr. Fateh Mebarek-Oudina
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- fluid dynamics and nanofluids
- biological flows
- computational fluid dynamics
- electrical and magnetic effects in fluid flows
- experiments in fluids
- flows in porous media
- flows with complex boundary conditions
- flow visualization
- fluid–structure interactions
- free surface flows
- geological flows
- mathematics of fluids
- multiphase flows
- nanofluid flows
- rarefied supersonic flows
- statistical mechanics of flows
- turbulent flows
- viscous and non-newtonian flows
- energy transition and renewable energies
- simulations and modeling in the area of energy and/or materials