Computational Biofluiddynamics: Advances and Applications
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2021) | Viewed by 36687
Interests: computational fluid dynamics; low Reynolds number aerodynamics; biomedical flows; active flow control; LES/DNS; Immersed Boundary Methods; fluid dynamics of locomotion (swimming and flying); biomimetics and bioinspired engineering; turbomachinery flows
Interests: computational mechanics; biofluids; biomechanics and biomimetics in flying and swimming; aeroacoustics; multi-scale and multi-physical modeling of the cardiovascular system; machine-learning and deep-learning
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Nearly fifty years have passed since two seminal events in the chronology of biofluiddynamics: the publication of Sir James Lighthill’s seminal monograph on mathematical biofluiddynamics and the groundbreaking, immersed boundary method-based simulations of flow in a beating heart by Charles Peskin. Since then, the field of computational biofluidynamics has experienced explosive growth, with applications extending to virtually all areas of physiological fluid dynamics as well as the fluid dynamics of biolocomotion. This expansion has been powered by new physical discoveries and significant improvements in physics-based, as well as data-driven methodologies, including models that couple flow with structural dynamics, aeroacoustics, chemistry, electrodynamics, heat transfer, and other physical domains. This Special Issue of Fluids seeks to highlight recent advances in computation and data-enabled techniques in biofluiddynamics and to showcase the state of the art in the application of these methods to physiological flows, fluid dynamics of biolocomotion, and bioinspired engineering.
Prof. Dr. Rajat Mittal
Prof. Dr. Hao Liu
Dr. Kourosh Shoele
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- computational fluid dynamics
- physiological fluid dynamics
- swimming and flying
- bioinspired engineering
- machine learning
- data-enabled methods