& Fluids is multidisciplinary. The term 'fluid' is interpreted in the
broadest sense. Hydro- and aerodynamics, high-speed and physical gas dynamics,
turbulence and flow stability, multiphase flow, rheology, tribology and
fluid-structure interaction are all of interest, provided that computer
technique plays a significant role in the associated studies or design
methodology. Applications will be found in most branches of engineering and
science: mechanical, civil, chemical, aeronautical, medical, geophysical,
nuclear and oceanographic.
will involve problems of air, sea and land vehicle motion and flow physics,
energy conversion and power, chemical reactors and transport processes, ocean
and atmospheric effects and pollution, biomedicine, noise and acoustics, and
magnetohydrodynamics amongst others. The development of numerical methods
relevant to fluid flow computations, computational analysis of flow physics and
fluid interactions and novel applications to flow systems and to design are
pertinent to Computers & Fluids.