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Advanced Computational Methods in Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer

Submission Deadline: 28 February 2023 (closed)

Guest Editors

Prof. Mohammad Mehdi Rashidi, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
Prof. Mikhail Sheremet, Tomsk State University, Russia
Dr. Morteza Khoshvaght-Aliabadi, Islamic Azad University, Iran


Dear CFD, Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics, Solid Mechanics Communities, we are honored to inform you that we will launch a high-impact special issue regarding advanced topics in computational methods for Engineering and Heat Transfer for Nano Technology. Nowadays, FM-HT researches are very important in Science, Engineering, and Technology. The covering topics for this special issue can be addressed as (but not limited to): fluid flow and heat transfer in the porous medium, drying technology, insulation of buildings, conventional and compact heat exchangers, design of nuclear reactors, geothermal systems, microfluidics, nanofluidics, multiphase flows, phase change materials applications, wind tunnel, turbulence modelling (URANS, RANS, DES, LES, DNS), oceanic & atmospheric flows, electronics cooling, heat pipes, thermal energy systems, HVAC systems, blood flow, filtration, building energy efficiency, ordinary and partial differential equations in FM-HT, frost and Ice formation, convective flow, fractional calculus in FM-HT, physics of fluids, interfacial phenomena, renewable energy systems, energy recovery from solid waste, thermal system design and optimization, adsorption. It is an excellent opportunity to combine original manuscripts on the considered topics to present useful guidelines for future researches, performance enhancement of solar energy systems such as solar air and water heaters, solar ponds, etc., thermal management of batteries, different types of chemical and photobioreactors.


• Analytical, experimental, and numerical methods for fluid mechanics and heat transfer
• Advanced computational fluid dynamics
• Un-conventional CFD techniques
• Particle methods
• High-performance energy conversion
• High-performance computational methods
• Experimental design and validations
• Solid Mechanics…

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