Special Issue "Complex Fluids and Flows: Algorithms and Application, Volume II"

A special issue of Fluids (ISSN 2311-5521). This special issue belongs to the section "Non-Newtonian and Complex Fluids".

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Special Issue Editors

Dr. Kannan N. Premnath
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Colorado Denver, CO 80204, USA
Interests: multiphase flows; turbulence; lattice Boltzmann methods for complex flows; thermal convective flows; non-Newtonian fluids; surface tension driven flow phenomena; kinetic theory; statistical mechanics of fluids
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Prof. Dr. Ramesh Agarwal
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Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, Washington University in St. Louis, 1 Brookings Drive, Campus Box 1099, St. Louis, MO 63130, USA
Interests: computational fluid dynamics (CFD); computational magnetohydrodynamics (MHD); electromagnetics; computational aeroacoustics; multidisciplinary design and optimization; rarefied gas dynamics and hypersonic flows, bio-fluid dynamics; flow and flight control
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Computational methods are at the heart of investigations in modern fluid dynamics, complementing theory and experimentation. They have become indispensable for simulations of complex fluids and flows, where features such as nonlinearity and/or nonlocality due to inertial effects or rheological constitutive equations, multiple scale effects, jumps in fluid properties across multi-fluid interfaces or non-continuum behavior pose significant challenges. In this Special Issue, we welcome papers that address the development and application of a variety of computational schemes for such problems, including the classical numerical techniques (finite difference, finite volume, finite element and spectral methods), mesoscopic methods including lattice Boltzmann methods, dissipative particle dynamics and other particle methods, as well as molecular dynamics. Our focus is on novel algorithms that simulate complex fluid motions efficiently and in a robust manner while delivering the required accuracy. Application areas include, but are not limited to, turbulence, non-Newtonian fluid flows, thermal convective flows, multiphase fluids, particulate systems, magnetohydrodynamic flows and microflows.

Dr. Kannan N. Premnath
Prof. Dr. Ramesh Agarwal
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • complex fluids and flows
  • computational schemes
  • classical numerical techniques
  • mesoscopic methods
  • turbulence
  • non-Newtonian fluid flows
  • thermal convective flows
  • multiphase fluids, particulate systems
  • magnetohydrodynamic flows
  • microflows

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