Special Issue "Selected Papers from 21st IACM Computational Fluids Conference"
A special issue of Aerospace (ISSN 2226-4310).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (28 February 2022) | Viewed by 2348
Interests: aerospace engineering; mechanics; computer science
This Special Issue of Aerospace is cooperating with the 21st IACM Computational Fluids Conference, which will take place on October 17–21 2021 in Hangzhou, China. The International Association for Computational Mechanics (IACM) has organized 20 conferences under the name FEF (International Conference on Finite Elements in Flow Problems) from 1972 to 2019. Starting in 2021, the conference series will be renamed to the IACM Computational Fluids Conference (CFC).
The conference aims at covering all aspects of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), comprising topics from the most fundamental aspects to recent applications. It provides a world-wide forum for both academic researchers and industrial engineers to meet each other, to exchange information of all areas of fluid mechanics, and to discuss current and future advanced topics in the field.
The Special Issue, “Selected Papers from 21st IACM Computational Fluids Conference”, is designed to publish articles in the aerospace research field. The scope covers computational fluids problems, the fundamentals of mechanics and engineering science, flight vehicles, and propulsion and power systems. Some possible, but not limiting, keywords are listed below:
Fundamentals of Mechanics and Engineering Science
- plasma/non-equilibrium flow;
- fluid-structure interaction;
- conceptual design and optimization;
- high speed air breathing vehicles.
Propulsion and Power Systems
- fundamentals of propulsion;
- reaction flow;
- subsonic/supersonic combustion;
- new propulsion systems.
Authors of contributions relating to the above key topics are welcome to submit extended versions of their conference work to this Special Issue for publication in our journal Aerospace.
Prof. Dr. Yao Zheng
Prof. Dr. Song Fu
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