Numerical Fluids 2015
Numerical Fluids is one of the most devoted and established international forums on fluid flows, heat and mass transfer problems. For this special issue, authors were selected by the organizing committee of Numerical Fluids after exceptional contribution and presentation of their short papers at the 10th International Symposium on Numerical Analysis of Fluid Flow, Heat and Mass Transfer - Numerical Fluids 2015. This is a sufficient indication of Numerical Fluids 2015 achievement in applied and computational sciences and engineering, and its significant progress for being a platform for the exchange of latest scientific and technical information in the field and shaping of future directions and priorities for better scientific solutions for fluid flows, heat and mass transfer problems.
- A parallel wavelet adaptive WENO scheme for 2D conservation laws,Dependence of the separative power of an optimised Iguassu gas centrifuge on the velocity of rotor,Effect of adding nanoparticle on squeezing flow and heat transfer improvement using KKL model,Enhancement of heat transfer in a square channel by roughened surfaces in rib-elements and turbulent flow manipulation,Guest Editorial,Investigation of flow structures in a turbulent separating flow using Hybrid RANS-LES model,Natural convection of nanofluids in a cavity: criteria for enhancement of nanofluids,New types of chirped soliton solutions for the Fokas-Lenells equation,Numerical study of turbulent cavitating flows in thermal regime,Performance of UPFD scheme under some different regimes of advection, diffusion and reaction,Reactor modelling assessment for urea-SNCR applications,Reduced order modelling for efficient numerical optimisation of a hot-wall Chemical Vapour Deposition reactor,Section Header,Smoothed profile method and its applications in VIV,The weak solvability of the steady problem modelling the flow of a viscous incompressible heat–conductive fluid through the profile cascade,Unsteady MHD rear stagnation-point flow over off-centered deformable surfaces