Special Issue "Numerical Methods and Physical Aspects of Multiphase Flow"

A special issue of Fluids (ISSN 2311-5521). This special issue belongs to the section "Flow of Multi-Phase Fluids and Granular Materials".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2021.

Special Issue Editor

Dr. Amir Riaz
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Guest Editor
Mechanical Engineering, Maryland Energy Innovation Institute, 3127 Glenn L. Martin Hall, Building 088, USA
Interests: numerical methods for multiphase flow; multiscale modeling and simulation of multiphase flow in porous media, microchannels and heat exchangers; multiphase transport of mixtures in porous media; perturbation analysis of interfacial instability; carbon dioxide sequestration; enhanced oil recovery; boiling in low gravity

Special Issue Information

Dear  Colleagues,

Modeling and simulation of the coupled multiphase motion of immiscible fluids and the associated thermal transport is of fundamental importance in the study of a wide range of physical processes occurring in nature and engineered processes. Multiphase flow is important for the mixing of reactants in combustion and for the dispersion of pollutants in the atmosphere and the oceans. It plays an important role in the thermal packaging of electronics, in the thermal management of nuclear reactors, as well as the diagnosis and prevention of disease in biological systems.

Despite enjoying a long history of activity due to its central importance in nature and engineering applications, modeling and simulation of multiphase flow continues to receive wide attention due to the substantial challenges associated with the accuracy, efficiency, and robustness of simulation techniques as well as the modeling of physics related to the interfacial transport of mass, momentum, and energy. Over the years, numerous methods and approaches have evolved to address myriad aspects of these challenges.

This Special Issue aims to report novel numerical methods and new physical phenomena related to multiphase flow as well as provide an overview of recent developments, progress, and implementation of these methods in diverse applications, including bubbly flow, spray atomization, drop formation, viscoelastic solids, and thermal transport processes involving nucleate, film, and flow boiling processes.

Dr. Amir Riaz
Guest Editor

Manuscript Submission Information

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Keywords

  • multiphase flow
  • numerical simulation
  • phase change
  • nucleate boiling
  • flow boiling
  • viscoelastic solid
  • fluid solid interaction
  • dynamic contact line
  • interfacial jump conditions
  • instability

Published Papers

This special issue is now open for submission.
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