Special Issue "Fluid Dynamics: Mathematics and Numerical Experiment"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2023 | Viewed by 187
2. Southern Mathematical Institute of VSC RAS, Vladikavkaz 362027, Russia
Interests: non-linear dynamics; stability and bifurctaions; asymptotic analysis; averaging and homogenization; fluid mechanics; perceptive and chermosensitive motions; populational dynamics; mathematical modelling
Interests: mathematical modelling; computational fluid dynamics; modeling and simulation; numerical analysis; applied mathematics; engineering, applied and computational mathematics; computational simulation; numerical simulation; numerical modeling; numerical mathematics
Interests: mathematical modeling of convection-diffusion problems; iterative methods for solving linear algebraic equation systems; preconditioning of the linear systems of algebraic equations; constrained optimization problems; iterative methods for saddle point linear systems of algebraic equations
We cordially invite you to submit your research to this Special Issue. Despite the considerable recent advances in mathematical theory and numerical techniques for fluids, a multitude of challenging issues remain. Given the existing high-intensity investigations, it is very important to present every achievement to the research community, and a logical way to do so is by taking advantage of open-access publishing. This Special Issue in Axioms aims to provide such an opportunity to a wider range of researchers working in Fluid Dynamics. That is why it is our intention to set a wide scope for this Special Issue. We encourage the submitting of high-quality studies of boundary-value problems; developments in the numerical schemes; numerical, asymptotical, and exact solutions to concrete problems, analytical and numerical analyses of stability problems; and research into instabilities, bifurcations, and any other matters of such a kind with applications in Fluid Dynamics. Our scope covers but is not restricted to vortex dynamics, free boundary flows, water waves, shallow water and thin films, viscous incompressible fluid, stratified and compressible fluid, electro/magnetohydrodynamics, fluid–structure interactions, hemodynamics, microfluidics, and coupling the Keller–Segel systems to hydrodynamics.
Dr. Andrey Morgulis
Dr. Muhammad Adil Sadiq
Dr. Tatiana S. Martynova
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- fluid dynamics
- numerical methods
- reasonings asymptotics
- exact solutions
- nonlinear dynamics